Having set aside the Catholic liturgical books, the Protestant Church of England then found itself on occasion obliged to recreate certain rites as necessity arose. The volume aims at presenting a considerable number of these from manuscript and printed sources, and is furnished with ample appendices. The complexity of material involved suggests the usefulness of listing the acts and the sources drawn upon. Twenty-nine main texts are printed, together with a large number of other relevant documents.
English Orders for Consecrating Churches
- Henry Bradshaw Society