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- Catalogue of Gospel Tracts and Other Works Sold by John K. Campbell (1847) by J.K. Campbell (1847, 65 pp)
- Catalogue of Gospel Tracts and Other Works Sold by John K. Campbell (1853) by J.K. Campbell (1853, 33 pp)
- Missions Account by G.V. Wigram (1866)
- Two Letters written by the late Baron Pigott after taking his place among “Brethren.” by Sir Gillery Pigott (13 pp) 4
- List of Meetings (Login Required) (1873)
- List of Meetings (Login Required) (1877)
- References (Login Required) (Mar 1880)
Very interesting list of meetings and contacts, in Great Britain, abroad, and at sea, that were in the 'exclusive' fellowship just prior to the division in 1881
- List of Meetings (Login Required) (1882)
First list after the division of those that remained with Park Street. Many new and temporary meeting places can be seen!
- A Letter on the Division by F.W. Grant (19th Dec 1884)
- Papers Concerning the N.H.H. Division (1887)
A collection of papers that gives good insight into what is known as the Grant division. Thankfully in the reunion between the Grant and Kelly-Lowe brethren, the KLC brethren were free to acknowledge this act was 'sin and unrighteousness'. Amazingly the TW brethren will still hold this was 'of God', but their ecclesiastical position necessitates them to and shows the falsehood of the whole thing. Particularly liked this on the last page: "At the judgement-seat of Christ you cannot, as so many of you do now, shelter yourselves by saying the assembly decided, and you could not but concur. This may quiet your conscience here, but there "every one of us shall give account of himself to God." "
- Matters Relating to Montreal 1884
Reprinted papers from 1884 and onwards concerning the events with Mr Grant
- A Short Statement of the Grant Controversy by John Ruskin Gill
"An Answer to an Enquiring Brother" circa 1915 - Partisan piece written against F.W. Grant
- A Few Faithful Remarks in the Form of a Dialogue on a Tract Entitled "A Familiar Conversation about the Plymouth Brethren" (circa 1850, 33 pp)
- A Simple Plain Reply to “A Second Familiar” but Calumnious “Conversation about the Plymouth Brethren. By W. T. H.” (circa 1850, 27 pp) 2
- The Brethren: With an Appendix Containing Some Notice of the Mention Made of Them in Mr. Winslow's Silver Trumpet by William Kelly (circa 1850, 32 pp)
- The Loose Ground of Gathering, and Neutral Position as to Chist Examined: by Thomas Newberry (1861, 23 pp) 2
- The Plymouth Brethren (so called) by Edward Crowley (Sep 1865)
"Who they are--their creed--mode of worship, etc., explained in a letter to his friends and relations."
- A Caution to the Readers of "A Caution against the Darbyites." [By J. E. Howard.] With a few words on “The close of twenty-eight years' association with J. N. D.” [By W. H. Dorman] by John Jewell Penstone (1867, 31 pp) 1
- The Brethren A Brief Sketch of their Origin, Progress and Testimony by Andrew Miller (1879) - (External Link)
PDF of Miller's Book
- Remarks on Millers, 'The Brethren, their Origin, Progress and Testimony' by A.P. Cecil (1880)
Critical remarks on Andre Miller's pamphlet. Some good points, but a danger of an apparent 'false spiritualism' in refusing to describe ourselves' at all.
- Exclusiveness: Its Ground and History. by J.B. Stoney (circa 1890)
- Reply to Captain Hall's pamphlet, entitled "An address to the Christians," &c. by Charles Garbett (1839, 33 pp)
- Westport Darbyism Exposed by Joseph D'Arcy Sirr (1843, 36 pp)
- Address to the Christians Commonly Called Plymouth Brethren, on Liberty of Ministry and Gift by Robert Govett (1847, 28 pp)
- The Novel Doctrines, as Recently Taught in "The Bible Treasury," Tested by the Word of God (1857)
Writing against the Brethren's prophetic interpretations.
- A Statement of Facts [in reference to certain charges brought by a Mr. D. against some members of the family of a Mr. G.]. (1857, 23 pp) 16
- A letter to the “Plymouth Brethren” on the Recognition of Pastors by Henry Grattan Guinness (1863, 26 pp)
- Precious Truth 1865-1868 (1865) - (External Link)
Periodical with a number of articles attacking JND with other useful historical info.
- Truth and Opinion. A letter to John Eliot Howard (1866, 65 pp) 2
"On Church Discipline and Christian Charity in their Relations to Supposed Error."
- A Caution Against the Darbyites by J.E. Howard (1866, 44 pp) 2
- The Exclusive Brethren: Their Origin and Discipline. (1867, 64 pp) 1
- The Recent Doctrines of the Five. Mr. Darby's New Bible, and Mr. Kelly's Justification of It. By One who Writes on Behalf of Many (1868, 27 pp)
- High Church Claims of 'The Exclusive Brethren', A Series of Letters to Mr J.L. Harris - Letter 1 by W.H. Dorman (30th Sep 1868)
- High Church Claims of 'The Exclusive Brethren', A Series of Letters to Mr J.L. Harris - Letter 2 by W.H. Dorman (14th Oct 1868)
- High Church Claims of 'The Exclusive Brethren', A Series of Letters to Mr J.L. Harris - Letter 3 by W.H. Dorman (28th Oct 1868)
- High Church Claims of 'The Exclusive Brethren', A Series of Letters to Mr J.L. Harris - Letter 4 by W.H. Dorman (14th Nov 1868)
- High Church Claims of 'The Exclusive Brethren', A Series of Letters to Mr J.L. Harris - Letter 5 by W.H. Dorman (15th Dec 1868)
- Remarks on a Tract entitled “The Intercession of Christ”, and on the second part of a paper entitled “The Three Appearings” in “Things New and Old,” for November, 1868. by [Signed, M. J. S., i.e. Matthew James Starling?] (1869, 49 pp)
- High Church Claims of 'The Exclusive Brethren', A Series of Letters to Mr J.L. Harris - Letter 6 by W.H. Dorman (18th Jan 1869)
- Sixteen Questions on the Rationalistic and Ecclesiastic Tendencies of Darbyism by Thomas Ryan (1870)
- The Plymouth Brethren: Their Rise, Divisions, Practice, and Doctrines by Edward Dennett (1870, 65 pp) 1
- Discipline and Position of the Churches; Considered in Connection with what is Commonly Known as the Exclusive System by Samuel John Deck (1871, 44 pp)
- Remarks on John Nelson Darby's Church Fellowship and Discipline. by S.F. Kendall (1871) - (External Link)
With many interesting historical notes, particularly on the 'sufferings controversy.'
- On the Teaching of the Exclusive Brethren by An Inclusive (1875)
- "Mark them that Cause Divisions" (1875)
Written in reply to 'On the Teaching of the Exclusive Brethren by An Inclusive'
- Darbyism: Its Rise, Progress, and Development (Login Required) by Henry Groves (1876)
- Life among the Close Brethren (Login Required) by Dr Alexander Murdoch (1890)
Critical account of the Exclusive Brethren
- Is Not the Lord Among Us? by A.H. Burton (circa 1907, 12 pp) 1
- The Arrow of the Lord's Deliverance (Login Required) by W. Corrie Johnston (circa 1890)
Concerning matters among the meetings in New Zealand, and other things touching on the Grant and Stuart divisions.
- The Church of God Versus the Churches of Men by W. Corrie Johnston (circa 1900, 224 pp)
An Antidote to "A SHORT CATECHISM ON BRETHRENISM," BY ME. D. M'LENNAN
- An Open Letter to Mr B.C Greenman by A. I. Campbell (1923)
Very interesting piece describing exercises towards reunion between Stuart and Glanton brethren in the UK between 191-1920.
- List of Works Sold or Published by T. Weston (1898)
Comprehensive list of books being sold by T. Weston
- Letter to C.J. Cox (Login Required) by C.A. Hammond (27th Sep 1937)
Letter relating to various personal matters as well as interesting snippet regarding the publication of Napoleon Noel's book on 'The History of the Brethren.' It appears Mr Hammond was not keen on the book being published at all, which explains why this was done by Christopher Knapp in the USA.
- An Open Letter to the Editor of the Witness regarding a 'Slanderous Charge of Untruthfulness' Against Mr W. J. Hocking (Login Required) by W.F. Knapp (17th Mar 1938)
Letter to Henry Pickering
- The Brethren Since 1870 by W.R. Dronsfield (circa 1970) - (External Link)
History of divisions and the reunions culminating in the coming together of the KLC and Glanton brethren.
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (17th Sep 1897)
Thank-you for a parcel, remonstrance against "The Clapham Sect", and exhortation to the islands
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (8th Oct 1897)
The “All-day-ministry” as they call it, took place in defiance of protests. It is a struggle for retrogradism in the shape of loose ministerialism, and W. W. F. puts himself forward ...
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (20th Dec 1897)
"I fear too that he may have been influenced by a shameless meeting at Clapham where G. K. of Birmingham poured out his vials on my head. "
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (18th Feb 1898)
Mr K unwilling to put W.W.F's contributions in the B.T.
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (3rd Mar 1898)
"You need not scruple, if F. were to propose a visit now, to decline till he gives up his O. B. ministerialism. He persists, and thus corrupts brethren and makes division. Such we are to avoid though not outside; but the end will be their getting outside somehow."
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (5th Apr 1898)
Written from Southampton mainly about the 'Clapham', 'All Day Ministry' problem.
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (5th May 1898)
Mainly related to the 'Fereday' trouble
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (6th Apr 1899)
"D. confronted F. with going to W(alter). S(cott). (one of the worst of the Stuartites) along with K. and M. He boldly justified, though obliged to own that we regard him as heterodox. “He would look into it when he got home”!!!"
- The Present Agitation (Login Required) by W.W. Fereday, George Kenwrick, E. Mayo (9th Jun 1899) 2
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (15th Jun 1899)
Relating to matters with W.W. Fereday
- Recent Correspondence (Login Required) by W.W. Fereday (Oct 1899) 1
Summary of the difficulties from W.W.F's viewpoint.
- Manuscript Letter (Login Required) by W.W. Fereday (4th Nov 1899) 2
- Postcard to Mr John Cox (Login Required) by William Kelly (10th Jan 1900)
Note about a meeting coming with WW Fereday at Bennett Park Hall, as well as other matters, and a comment on the Boer War!
- Manuscript Letter of Luther Norman (Login Required) (29th Jan 1900) 1
- Recent Letters (Login Required) (Feb 1900)
- Memorandum of an Assembly Meeting held at Carfax Square, Clapham (Login Required) (19th Feb 1900) 1
Asking for a delay in the 'excomunication' of W.W.F.
- A Notice to To Enquirers (Login Required) by W.W. Fereday (22nd Feb 1900) 1
- Manuscript Letter of Mr Bridges to Mr Dale (Login Required) (23rd Feb 1900) 1
A seemingly impartial account of proceedings.
- Private Circular re Kenilworth Meeting and the 'Putting Away' of W.W.F. (Login Required) (5th Mar 1900) 1
- Manuscript Letter (Login Required) by W.W. Fereday (Nov 1900) 2
- Reunion Principle (Login Required) (1926)
Pamphlet detailing an address by W.J. Hocking as well as an earlier appeal by William Kelly, and other details relating to the reunion
- I Will Speak that I May Be Refreshed by F.E. Hathway (1930)
including A Draft Appeal by William Kelly (1908)
- Circular Letter (Login Required) (12th Mar 1938)
Account of a meeting held between Kelly-Lowe-Continental brethren and those who left in the Tunbridge Wells schism
- Circular Letter (Login Required) (29th Apr 1938)
Supplement to the circular dated 12th March 1938
- The Grace and Love of God Towards His Failing People (Login Required) by L Trigge
Review of the re-union by a Canadian TW brother
- A few Papers Relating to Assembly Affairs in Germany by W.J. Hocking (1937)
- Extract from the "Believers Magazine" on the Union of "Lowe" and "Open" Brethren (Login Required) by Fred Butcher (Nov 1937)
Interesting page from the 'Believers Magazine'. William Hoste makes favourable mention of a communication from Fred Butcher, who pioneered much in assembly-planting in Czechoslovakia.
- A Letter Addressed to the German Brethren in Fellowship with the Bund (1938)
Translated by W.J. Hocking from the French
- Letter to (Mr George Cox)? (Login Required) by W.J. Hocking (3rd Oct 1938)
Hard to decipher letter relating mainly to matters on the Continent
- Letter from Passaic signed by brethren across the United States (Login Required) (1st May 1939)
Letter from the 'Kelly/Lowe' brethren in reply to one from the 'Grant' brethren
- Memo. of a meeting held Jan. 14, 1946, at 124 E. 27th St., N. Y. C. (Login Required) (14th Jan 1946)
Meeting amongst the Morry-Grant company
- Memorandum of a Conference held at 5917 Chestnut Street, Philadelpha - May 25th 1946 (Login Required)
Report of a conference held between 'Kelly/Continental' and ''Grant'' brethren
- Report of a Joint Meeting at Passaic (Login Required) (3rd Jan 1950)
Details of a meeting between 'Kelly-Continental' and 'Grant-Stuart' brethren
- Letter from saints in NZ associated with below item (Login Required) (30th Jan 1950)
- Letter from Danville, IL, to the 'Kelly-Lowe' meetings in the USA & Canada (Login Required) (Mar 1950)
Letter from the 'Kelly-Lowe' meeting at Danville, Illinois to other meetings in that fellowship in the USA giving details of worldwide exercises towards a resumption of fellowship
- Circular amoungst the K-C/G brethren (Login Required) (Oct 1970)
Report of a labourers' conference and other exercises towards reunion
- Union With What ? (Login Required) by R W Nelson (10th Nov 1971)
Very good analysis of reunion with Glanton
- An Appeal and Reply to the Draft Letter of October 1972 addressed to assemblies about the reunion with Booth-Glantons (Login Required) (10th Nov 1972)
Excellent protest about reunion with Glanton with interesting remarks on the position of the 'Continental' brethren
- Resume of Exercises towards Reunion (Login Required) (30th Jan 1973)
Summary of dates and events published by K-C/M brethren
- Resume of a Brother's Conference (Login Required) (24th Jan 1974)
Conference amoungst the 'Botth-Grant/Glanton' brethren held in Chesapeake, Virginia, January 10th-12th 1974
- Circular Letter from 3 Brothers to KCM meetings in USA (Login Required) (24th Jan 1974)
Short circular about a joint meeting with the "Booth-Grant" brethren scheduled for February 18th
- Summary of a Brothers' Meeting (Login Required) (18th Feb 1974)
Joint meeting (between K-C/M and B--G/G brethren) held at Bermuda Bible Hall, St. Louis, Missouri
- Circular from St. Louis, Missouri to KCM meetings in USA (Login Required) (19th Feb 1974)
Report of joint meeting held February 18th
- Circular to K/M and B/G Meetings in the USA from St Louis (Login Required) (8th May 1974)
Very interesting letter reporting the responses from the various assemblies and proposing that fellowship be resumed, despite it also being clearly stated that not all meetings had replied yet
- Circular to "Kelly" meetings in the UK (Login Required) (5th Jun 1974)
Announces that fellowship with the 'Glanton's' will resume the 30th June 1974 - assume from the very similar letter in October that it did not actually take place at this time
- Circular to 'Kelly' and 'Glanton' groups in the British Isles (Login Required) (Oct 1974)
Notice announcing a full resumption of fellowship, with many signatures attached (seemingly all of 'Glanton')
- *Is it of God, or of Man? by Derrick Atkins
Small but excellent treatise on the reunion with Glanton
- List of Gatherings in the UK (Login Required) (1961)
- List Of Meetings Great Britain and Ireland 1982 (Login Required)
- Are We Drifting from Divine Principles? by William E. Pietsch (circa 1920) 1
- "Something not of the Spirit of God" - Concerning Union with Glanton (circa 1928)
Correspondence between C.Crain, Samuel Ridout, William Banford, and Paul J. Loizeaux.
- A Brief Statement of the Principles of the Assemblies Gathered to the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ
- Letter from an Assembly in Philadelphia (Login Required) (9th Apr 1951) 1
Letter explaining how the assembly plans to move to a more open position.
- Reasons for our Position Toward Open Brethren (1894)
Letter signed by many American brethren, reprinted and commended to the Stuart fellowship in the UK
- A Last Appeal by F.C. Jennings (Aug 1913)
Appealing for full fellowship between the Grant and Open Brethren.
- A Few Facts Concerning Independency (Login Required) by C. Knapp
Remarks on conditions among the Grant Brethren and the drift towards fellowship with 'Open' Brethren
- Summary of the Mory-Grant Trouble (Login Required) by Arnold Eberhard (4th Mar 1926)
- Summary of Evidence Presented in the Grant-Mory Discussion, during the course of 34 regular meetings, and several special meetings. (Login Required) (8th Mar 1926)
- Notes of a Meeting Held at 6917 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia In Mory-Grant Matter (Login Required) (12th Nov 1926)
- Letter to E.Harshaw, G. McCandless & S. Ridout (Login Required) by W.R. Nelson (21st Mar 1927)
- Letter to 5917 Chestnut Street from Hunter & Allison Streets (Login Required) (23rd Mar 1927)
Refusing fellowship with James Boyd
- Letter to 5917 Chestnut Street from 9 brothers within and 4 others (Login Required) (23rd Mar 1927)
Exhortation to refuse fellowship with James Boyd
- Letter to H.A. Ironside, J. Anderson Baillie, William Haigh, J.B. Gottshall from 9 Brothers in West Philidelphia (Login Required) (28th Mar 1927)
Mainly on teaching of James Boyd.
- Letter from Philadelphia (Login Required) (7th May 1927)
- Letter from Hunter & Allison Streets to Saints in USA & Canada (Login Required) (7th May 1927)
Inviting to a general conference regarding conditions at Chestnut Street
- Letter to 5917 Chestnut Street from Assembly on Hunter & Allison Streets (Login Required) (15th Jun 1927)
- An Accoount of the Meeting at 5917 Chestnut Street Held Monday Night, June 27th 1927 (Login Required) (29th Jun 1927)
- Letter to E.C. Roberts of Detroit (Login Required) by C.A. Mory (23rd Jul 1927)
With references to Inglis Fleming
- An Open Letter to our Brethren in the United States and Canada giving Facts and Conditions that make Necessary our Withdrawing from Fellowship with the 5917 Chestnut Street Gathering in Philadelphia because of the Presence of Unjudged Evil (Login Required) (15th Aug 1927)
- To the Brethren signing "on behalf of the Assembly," at Plainfield, N.J. (Login Required) by C. Knapp (22nd Aug 1927)
- An Open Letter (from Jacksonville, Florida) to the Brethren Signing the August 7th Paper from Plainfield (Login Required) (25th Aug 1927)
- Letter to the Assembly at Plainfield N.J. (Login Required) by R. Wallace (28th Sep 1927)
- Letter from Saints Separated from 5917 Chestnut St to Assembly at Plainfield N.J. (Login Required) (14th Oct 1927)
- Letter from 5917 Chestnut Street to Hunter and Allison Streets (Login Required) (18th Oct 1927)
- Letter from Jacksonville, Florida (Login Required) (1st Nov 1927)
- Letter from Buffalo, N.J. to 'Those who have withdrawn from 5917 Chestnut Street' (Login Required) (1st Dec 1927)
- Supplement to Reply to A.S. Loizeaux's Open Letter (Login Required) by Howard D. Lewis & A.W. Seippel (26th Dec 1927)
- An Open Letter to A.S. Loizeaux (Login Required) by R. Wallace (30th Dec 1927)
- Drafted Letter from Windsor, Ontario (Login Required) (11th Jan 1928)
- Letter to W.R. Nelson, from Assembly at Sheboygan, Wisc (Login Required) (15th Jan 1928)
- Letter to A.S. Loizeaux (Login Required) by S.W. Mauger (25th Jan 1928)
- Letter from Saints Separated from 5917 Chestnut St (Login Required) (21st Feb 1928)
Announcing separation of some from the assembly at 5917 Chestnut Street
- Letter to Mr George Mackenzie (Login Required) by R.J. Little (23rd Mar 1928)
- Letter from 5917 Chestnut Street to York, PA (Login Required) (28th Mar 1928)
Mainly about the teaching of James Boyd
- Letter from Saints Separated from 5917 Chestnut St to Saints in USA, Canada & Elsewhere (Login Required) (16th May 1928)
Defending the starting of breaking of bread in separation from 5917 Chestnut Street
- A Letter on Following Leaders (Login Required) by C. Knapp (18th May 1928)
- Letter and Attachments Refuting Mr. Booth (Login Required) (Jul 1928)
- In Whose Eye is "The Beam"? (Login Required) by C. Knapp (5th Jul 1928)
- Letter to C.A. Mory (Login Required) by Inglis Fleming (10th Sep 1928)
Also on the teaching of R.T. Little
- Letter from Saints in Elizabeth, New Jersey to West Philadelphia (Login Required) (30th Dec 1928)
Communicating a break of fellowship