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Exclusive Brethren

Balding, G., Epitome of the Ramsgate sorrow: Dates and Facts, with a Few Notes by the Way, 2nd ed. (London, 1882) 48 pp. (CBA 101)

Butler, Dudley, Historical Facts 1909-1928: [a collection of documents concerning J. Boyd compiled by] (D. Butler) [and] published by the [Mory-Grant] New York gathering (New York, n.d.) 71 pp. (CBA 13023)

Chalmers, William, 'Brief History of the Testimony on the Moray Coast' [Exclusive history in north-east Scotland], MS [1949]

Cuendet, F., Souvenez-vous de vos Conducteurs. 1re partie: J. N. Darby et une Nuée de Témoins; 2e partie: Aperçu sur le Réveil dans les Pays de Langue Française, 1810 à 1850, et la Période qui l'a Suivi (Nyon, 1936) 122 pp. (CBA 6484); (Vevey, 1966) 153 pp. (CBA 2147)

Dronsfield, W. R., The "Brethren" since 1870, (originally written as a sequel to A. Miller's "The Brethren, Commonly So-called") (n.pl., c. 1966) 27 pp. (CBA 5796); rpt (Ramsgate, 1993) 76 pp. (CBA 13647)

Hobbs, P. B., 'The Woodmancote Papers, 6. The Stuart Brethren: A Personal Recollection', privately printed, n.d., 17 pp.

Life Among the Close Brethren. Reprinted from "The British Weekly" (London, 1890) 116 pp. (CBA 1035)
Shuff, Roger, 'Open to closed: the growth of exclusivism among Brethren in Britain 1848-1953', Brethren Archivists and Historians Network Review, vol. 1 (1997-8), pp. 10-23
Taylor/Symington/Hales Brethren

Adams, Norman, Goodbye, Beloved Brethren (Aberdeen, 1972) 162 pp. (CBA 1631)

Aebi-Mytton, Jill, 'An Exploratory Study of the Mental Health of former members of the Exclusive branch of the Plymouth Brethren', M.Sc. Counselling thesis, Goldsmiths' College, 1993, 903 pp.

Calvey, Hubert, The Confrontation of James Taylor Junior, Leader of the "Exclusive Brethren", and His Supporters, 3 vols. (Southport, 1965-7) (CBA 13660)

Fear, John L., Exclusive Pedigree (Oxford, 1996) 248 pp. (CBA 14731)

Field, Marion, Don't Call Me Sister! (Woking, 1993) 172 pp. (CBA 10637)

Field, Marion, Shut up Sarah (Godalming, 1996) 255 pp. (CBA 14743)

Gardiner, Alfred John, The Recovery and Maintenance of the Truth (Kingston-on-Thames, 1951) 238 pp. (CBA 1150); 2nd ed. (Kingston-on-Thames, 1953) 331 pp. (CBA 984 & 1151)

Nilsson, Christer, Sekternas Sekt: de Exklusiva Plymouthbröderna (Stockholm, 1986) 87 pp. (CBA 13551)

Stott, Robert (ed.), "If we walk in the light", Aberdeen and New York, 1970. [Containing a transcript of the] (Saturday afternoon reading with J. T[aylor]) Jr. in Aberdeen, 25th July 1970) [and copies of subsequent correspondence] (Brighton, 1970) 63 pp. (CBA 5872)

Wilson, Bryan Ronald, 'The Exclusive Brethren: a case study in the evolution of a sectarian ideology', [chpt 9 of] Patterns of Sectarianism, (ed.) B. R. Wilson (London, 1967) pp. 287-342 (CBA 5859)

Wilson, Bryan Ronald, "A sect at law: the case of the Exclusive Brethren", Encounter, vol. 60 (1983) pp. 81-87 (CBA 5861)

Wood, Christine, Exclusive By-path: the Autobiography of a Pilgrim (Evesham, 1976) 141 pp. (CBA 9276)

Churches of God (or 'Needed Truth')

Chamings, Arthur (comp.), Some papers and letters in connection with the separation of the 1880's and 1890's, typescript, 1987

Doodson, Arthur T. (ed.), The Search for the Truth of God (Bradford, 1947)

Macdonald, Norman S., One hundred years of Needed Truth Brethren, 1892 to 1992: a historical analysis, typescript, [1992]

Oxley, Charles A., "The 'Needed Truth' assemblies", Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal, no. 4 (1964) pp. 21-32

Park, Jim J., The Churches of God: Their Origin and Development in the 20th Century (Leicester, 1986) 108 pp. (CBA 13476)

Willis, Gordon, 'The Churches of God: pattern and practice', [chpt 8 of] Patterns of sectarianism, (ed.) B. R. Wilson (London, 1967) pp. 244-286 (CBA 5858)