Isaac Williams

Welsh Anglican priest and tutor at Oxford University. He was a student of John Keble and a prominent member of the Oxford Movement.

Isaac Williams

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  • Lyra Apostolica (1836), co-authored with Richard Hurrell Froude and John Keble and John Henry Newman
  • Thoughts in Past Years (1838, anon.)
  • The Cathedral, or, The Catholic and Apostolic Church in England (1838)
  • Hymns translated from the Parisian Breviary (1839, anon.)
  • The Baptistery, or the way of eternal life (1842, anon.)
  • Hymns on the Catechism (1843)
  • Some Meditations and Prayers to explain the Pictures by Boetius a Bolswert in “The Way of Eternal Life,” (1844)
  • Sacred Verses, with Pictures (1845)
  • The Altar (1847, anon.)
  • The Christian Scholar (1849, anon.)
  • The Seven Days, or the Old and New Creation (1850, anon.)
  • The Apocalypse, with Notes and Reflections (1852)
  • Sermons on the Epistle and Gospel for each Sunday and for some of the Chief Festivals (1853), in 2 vols.
  • The Christian Seasons (1854, anon.)
  • Sermons on the Epistle and Gospel for the Saints' Days and other Holy Days (1855)
  • Sermons on the Characters of the Old Testament (1856)
  • Female Characters of Holy Scripture (1859)
  • Beginning of the Book of Genesis (1861)
  • Plain Sermons on the Catechism ()
  • Devotional Commentary on the Gospel Narrative (1869–70), in 8 vols.
  • On Reserve in Communicating Religious Knowledge

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Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.

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