Order of Contents
The Early Writers
“The early writers are still important, especially for their documents.” – Owen Chadwick
Fuller, Thomas – The Church History of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until 1648, vol. 1, 2, 3 1868
Dixon was strongly Anglican.
Burnet, Gilbert – The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, vol. 1, 2, 3, 4 1839
Ecclesiastical Memorials Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it, and the Emergencies of the Church of England, under King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary I: with large appendixes, containing original papers, records, etc., vol. 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 3.2 1822
Historical Collections of the Life and Acts of John Aylmer, Bishop of London in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, wherein are Explained many Transactions of the Church of England, and what methods were then taken to preserve it, with respect both to the Papist and Puritan 1821 280 pp.
Documentary Annals of the Reformed Church of England, being a Collection of Injunctions, Declarations, Orders, Articles of Inquiry, etc., from the year 1546 to 1716, with notes Historical and Explanatory, vol. 1, 2 1844
Makower, F. – The Constitutional History and Constitution of the Church of England 1895 560 pp.
“Impossible to read, but a mine of information.” – Owen Chadwick
Heppe, Heinrich – The Reformers of England and Germany in the Sixteenth Century: Their Intercourse and Correspondence. A Historical Sketch and Original Documents Buy 1859 225 pp. with an Appendix containing twelve primary source letters in Latin
Elton, G.R. – The Tudor Constitution: Documents and Commentary Buy 1960 528 pp.
Tanner, J.R. – Tudor Constitutional Documents: AD 1485-1603, with a Historical Commentary 1922 665 pp.
Gee, Henry & William Hardy – Documents Illustrative of English Church History, compiled from Original Sources 1896 705 pp.
“Fullest upon the sixteenth century.” – Owen Chadwick
Parker, T.M. – The English Reformation to 1558 175 pp. 1960
Powicke, F.M. – The Reformation in England Buy Oxford
M’Crie, Thomas – Annals of English Presbytery: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time 1872 345 pp.
Drysdale, A.H. – History of the Presbyterians in England: their Rise, Decline and Revival 1880 655 pp.
English Presbyterian Eloquence, or Dissenters’ Saying Ancient and Modern, collected from the Books and Sermons of the Presbyterians, etc. from the Reign of Queen Elizabeth to the Present Time, wherein it appears that the Presbyterians have constantly attempted to subvert the Fundamental Articles of the Christian Faith, to abolish the doctrine and discipline of the Church established by law, etc. 1720 155 pp.
Dalton, Hermannn – John A Lasco: his Earlier Life and Labors: a Contribution to the History of the Reformation in Poland, Germany and England 1886 390 pp.
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Frere, W.H. – The English Church in the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I, 1558-1625 1904 430 pp.
Gairdner, James – The English Church in the Sixteenth Century from the Accession of Henry VIII to the Death of Mary 1903 450 pp.
Hutton, William Holden – The English Church from the Accession of Charles I to the Death of Anne, 1625-1714 1903 380 pp.
Selborne, Lord – Notes on Some Passages in the Liturgical History of the Reformed English Church 1878 215 pp.
Perry, George – History of the Reformation in England 1895 265 pp. in Epochs of Church History
The Oxford Reformers
Seebohm, Frederic – The Oxford Reformers: John Colet, Erasmus and Thomas More, being a history of their fellow-work 1913 550 pp.
Shaw, W. Hudson – Introductory Lectures on the Oxford Reformers: Colet, Erasmus and More 1893 88 pp.
Elton, G.R. – England under the Tudors Buy 1955 520 pp.
The Theology of the Anglican Church
Kirby, W.J. Torrance – The Theology of Richard Hooker in the Context of the Magisterial Reformation 1993 78 pp.
big systematic in Historical theology
Link PRDL Anglicans, my systematic theology page
John Parker Society, link
From a Roman Catholic Viewpoint
The Reformation in England, 3 vols. Buy 1952 ff.
Hughes was a Roman Catholic priest and historian, to be distinguished from Philip Edgcumbe Hughes.
“Best exposition of the Roman Catholic point of view.” – Owen Chadwick
Rome and the Counter-Reformation in England Buy 1942
After The Glorious Revolution of 1689
The Presbyterian Reporter, being a Register of Parliamentary Proceedings and Public Documents Relating to the Dissenting Chapels’ and Endowments’ Bill for the Protection of the Presbyterians in England and Ireland not Subscribing to Articles of Christian Faith of Human Compilation 1844 445 pp.