General bibliography

Beattie, David Johnstone, Brethren: the Story of a Great Recovery, rpt. (Kilmarnock, 1944) 336 pp. (CBA 880)

'The Brethren Movement in the world today', Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal, no. 25 (1973)

Brierley, Peter, Christian Brethren as the Nineties Began (Carlisle, 1993) 112 pp. (CBA 9697)

Brown, Graham, The Brethren Today: a Factual Survey (Exeter, 1980) 72 pp. (CBA 1775)

Burnham, Jonathan David, 'The Controversial Relationship between Benjamin Wills Newton and John Nelson Darby', University of Oxford D.Phil. thesis, 1999,

Carter, Grayson, 'Irish millennialism: the Irish prophetic movement and the origins of the Plymouth Brethren', [chpt 6 of] Anglical Evangelicals: Protestant Secessions from the Via Media, c. 1800-1850 (Oxford, 2001) 470 pp. (CBA 15090)

Coad, Frederick Roy, A History of the Brethren Movement: Its Origins, Its Worldwide Development, and Its Significance for the Present Day, 2nd ed. (Exeter, 1976) 336 pp. (CBA 3195)

Collingwood, William, The "Brethren": A Historical Sketch (Glasgow, 1899) 30 pp. (CBA 191, 1178, & 5606 (4))

Conard, William W., Family Matters: (a brief overview of the people, places, and potential of the Brethren movement, with a special emphasis on North American developments) (Wheaton, 1992) 138 pp. (CBA 11847)

Cousins, Peter, The Brethren (Exeter, 1972) 63 pp. (CBA 5200)

Embley, Peter L., 'The early development of the Plymouth Brethren', [chpt 7 of] Patterns of sectarianism, ed. B.R. Wilson (London, 1967) pp. 213-243 (CBA 5860)

Embley, Peter L., 'The origins and early development of the Plymouth Brethren', Ph.D. dissertation, Cambridge, 1967, 278 pp. (CBA 5620)

Herzog, Johann Jacob, Les Frères de Plymouth et John Darby, leur Doctrine et leur Histoire, en Particulier dans le Canton de Vaud (Lausanne, 1845) 92 pp. (CBA 13623 (2))

Ironside, Henry Allan, A Historical Sketch of the Brethren Movement, rev. ed. (Neptune, NJ, 1985) 219 pp. (CBA 10342)

McDowell, Ian, A Brief History of the "Brethren": Lessons from History for Christian Brethren Assembly Leaders and Others (Sydney, 1968) 60 pp. (CBA 3820)

McDowell, Ian, 'The influence of the Plymouth Brethren on Victorian society and religion', Evangelical Quarterly, vol. 55 (1983) no. 4 (CBA 13180)

Miller, Andrew, "The Brethren", Commonly So-called, a Brief Sketch of their Origin, Progress, and Testimony (London, [?1879]) 166 pp. (CBA 1523 & 2556); slightly revised and abbreviated by G. C. Willis (Kowloon, c. 1980) 213 pp. (CBA 8110 & 10329)

Neatby, William Blair, A History of the Plymouth Brethren (London, 1901) 348 pp. (CBA 10567); 2nd ed. (London, 1902) 358 pp. (CBA 3294 & 3262 (3))

Noel, Napoleon, The History of the Brethren, 2 vols. (Denver, 1936) (CBA 1701)

'On Being with the Brethren', Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal, no. 10 (1965)

Ouweneel, Willem J., Het Verhaal van de "Broeders": 150 Jaar Falen en Genade (Winschoten, 1977-8) 2 deel (CBA 3928)

Rowdon, Harold Hamlyn, The Origins of the Brethren, 1825-1850 (London, 1967) 323 pp. (CBA 1023)

Rowdon, Harold Hamlyn, Who are the Brethren and Does it Matter? (Exeter, 1986) 48 pp. (CBA 9764)

Stunt, Timothy C. F., From Awakening to Secession: radical evangelicals in Switzerland and Britain 1815-35 (Edinburgh, 2000)

Teulon, Josiah Sanders, The History and Teaching of the Plymouth Brethren (London, 1883) 220 pp. (CBA 1113 & 1524); anr ed (London, 1899) 220 pp. (CBA 2159)

Veitch, Thomas Stewart, The Story of the Brethren Movement (London, 1933) 108 pp. (CBA 1522)

Whately, Elizabeth Jane, Plymouth Brethrenism, 2nd ed.. (London, 1877) 127 pp. (CBA 5486); 6th ed (London, 1879) 128 pp. (CBA 12009)

'WHY I Left the Brethren', Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal, no. 8 (1965)