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F. D. Maurice and the Crisis of Christian Authority$

Jeremy Morris

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It is possible to include here only works specifically consulted for this book, or to which reference has been made in the footnotes. The few manuscript sources are detailed in the appropriate footnotes. A comprehensive bibliography of Maurice's writings, compiled by G. J. Gray, was included by F. Maurice in his Life of his father (1884), and then published separately in 1885. Additional material by and about Maurice can also be found in the bibliographies to F. M. McClain, Maurice, Man and Moralist (1972), and D. Young, F. D. Maurice and Unitarianism (1992).

Works by F. D. Maurice consulted for this book

The Metropolitan Quarterly Magazine (4 nos., in 2 vols., London, 1825–6); articles by F. D. Maurice:

‘The Age of Folly’, nos. 1–4.

‘John Milton's A Treatise on Christian Doctrine’, no. 1.

‘The New School of Cockneyism’, nos. 1 and 3.

‘A Supplementary Sheet to Bentham's Book of Fallacies’, no. 2.

‘On Pastoral Poetry’, nos. 3 and 4.

‘The Diary of Mr. Papster from the year 1790 to 1827’, no. 3.

‘The Prose of Poets’, no. 4.

‘Montgomery's “Pelican Island” ’, Westminster Review, 8 (1827).

‘Theobald Wolf Tone's Memoirs’, Westminster Review, 9 (1828).

The Athenaeum (London, 1828–); articles by F. D. Maurice:

‘Sketches of Contemporary Authors, No. 1’, 16 January 1828.

‘No. 2. Mr Jeffrey and the Edinburgh Review’, 23 January 1828.

‘No. 3. Mr Southey’, 29 January 1828.

‘No. 4. Mr Cobbett’, 12 February 1828.

‘No. 5. Mr Wordsworth’, 19 February 1828.

‘No. 6. Mr Moore’, 22 February 1828.

‘No. 7. Mr Brougham’, 29 February 1828.

‘No. 8. Percy Bysshe Shelley’, 7 March 1828.

‘No. 9. Sir Walter Scott’, 11 March 1828.

‘No. 10. Sir James Mackintosh’, 18 March 1828.

‘No. 11. Maria Edgworth’, 28 March 1828.

‘No. 12. Lord Byron’, 8 April 1828.

‘No. 13. Mr James Mill’, 18 June 1828.

‘No. 14. Mr Crabbe’, 30 July 1828.

‘Review of S. L. Blanchard's Lyric Offerings’, 30 July 1828.

‘Review of T. Davies's Estimates of the Human Mind’, 6 August 1828.

‘Review of A. & J. C. Hare's Guesses at Truth’, 13 August 1828.

‘London University and King's College’, 15 October 1828.

(p.210) ‘Spanish and Italian Refugees’, 5 November 1828.

‘The Spanish Exiles’, 26 November 1828.

‘The Universities of Europe and America. Cambridge No. I’, 3 December 1828.

‘The Universities … Cambridge No. II’, 17 December 1828.

‘Review of J. C. Hare's The Children of Light’, 31 December 1828.

Eustace Conway; or, the Brother and Sister (London: Bentley, 1834).

Subscription no Bondage, or the Practical Advantages Afforded by the Thirty‐Nine Articles as Guides in all the Branches of Academical Education (Oxford: Parker, 1835).

The Kingdom of Christ, or Hints on the Principles, Ordinances, and Constitution of the Catholic Church in Letters to a Member of the Society of Friends, 1st edn. (3 vols., London: Darton & Clark, 1838).

Has the Church, or the State, the Power to Educate the Nation? (London: Rivington, 1839).

Reasons for Not Joining a Party in the Church: A Letter to the Ven. Samuel Wilberforce (London: Rivington, 1841).

The Kingdom of Christ, or Hints to a Quaker Respecting the Principles, Constitution and Ordinances of the Catholic Church (2nd edn., London: Rivington, 1842; 4th edn., London: Macmillan, 1891).

Three Letters to the Rev. W. Palmer (London: Rivington, 1842; 2nd edn., 1842).

On Right and Wrong Methods of Supporting Protestantism: A Letter to Lord Ashley (London: Parker, 1843).

‘Introduction’ to William Law, Remarks on the Fable of the Bees (Cambridge: Macmillan, 1844).

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