Author:Mackenzie Edward Charles Walcott

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Mackenzie Walcott
English clergyman and antiquarian


  • The English Ordinal: Its History, Validity, and Catholicity (1851)
  • William of Wykeham and His Colleges (1852)
  • Handbook for Winchester Cathedral (1854)
  • The English Episcopate: Biographical Memoirs, 5 parts (1858)
  • Guide to the Cathedrals of England and Wales (1858); new ed. enlarged, 1860; the descriptions of the cathedrals were also published in separate parts.
  • Guide to the South Coast of England (1859)
  • Guide to the Mountains, Lakes, and North-West Coast of England (1860)
  • Guide to the East Coast of England (1861)
  • Minsters and Abbey Ruins of the United Kingdom (1860)
  • Church and Conventual Arrangement (1861)
  • Priory Church of Christchurch, Twyneham (1862)
  • The Double Choir Historically and Practically Considered (1864)
  • Interior of a Gothic Minster (1864)
  • Precinct of a Gothic Minster (1865)
  • Cathedralia: A Constitutional History of Cathedrals of the Western Church (1865)
  • Battle Abbey (1866); 2nd ed. 1867.
  • Memorials of Stamford (1867)
  • Sacred Archæology: A Popular Dictionary (1868)
  • Traditions and Customs of Cathedrals (1872); 2nd ed. revised and enlarged, 1872.
  • Scoti-Monasticon: The Ancient Church of Scotland (1874)
  • Constitutions and Canons Ecclesiastical of the Church of England (1874)
  • The Four Minsters round the Wrekin (1877)
  • Early Statutes of the Cathedral Church of Chichester (1877)
  • Church Work and Life in English Minsters (1879)
  • St. Paul at Athens: A Sacred Poem (1851)
  • Dedication of the Temple: A Sacred Poem (1854)
  • The Death of Jacob: A Sacred Poem (1857)
  • "A Legend of Carlisle: The Scottish Gate" in Once a Week (magazine), Series 1, 6 (1862)
  • Leaflets, by M. E. C. W. (1872)
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