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Alcuin Club Tracts. I. The Ornaments Of The Rubric By J. T. Micklethwaite, F.S.A. Supplement To The Third Edition. by J. T. Micklethwaite
Anglican Liturgies by J. H. Arnold
English or Roman use? (Alcuin Club tracts) by E. G. P. Wyatt
Ornaments of the Rubric Second Edition (Alcuin Club Tracts #1) by Mickelthwaite J. T.1
The Uniats and their rites : a paper read before theAlcuin club on November 20, 1924 by S. Gaselee
A Directory of Ceremonial by A. S. Duncan-Jones3
The Parish Clerk, and His Right to Read the Liturgical Epistle by Cuthbert Atchley4
Reservation: Its purpose and method with a letter on Reservation by Walter Howard Frere! (Prayer Book revision pamphlets by Alcuin Club10
A directory of ceremonial by Alcuin Club13
A Directory of Ceremonial Pt. 1 by A. S. Duncan-Jones13
Ceremonial pictured in photographs : a companion volume to the Directory of Ceremonial14
Linen ornaments of the church by Percy Dearmer17
Cassock and gown by H. J. Clayton18
A Directory of Ceremonial Pt. 2 by A. S. Duncan-Jones19
A Directory of Ceremonial, Part 219
A Directory of Ceremonial- Part II (Seasons) : Alcuin Club Tracts XIX19
Processions; a Dissertation, Together with Practical Suggestions by Colin Dunlop20
Thoughts on the Shape of the Liturgy by H. N. Bate24
Notes on Episcopal ornaments and ceremonial by Francis C. Eeles25
A Plea for the Prayer of Oblation (Alcuin Club Tracts XXVI) by Clarence Leo Berry26
The liturgical movement : its origin and growth by James Herbert Srawley27
Cross and crucifix in Christian worship and devotion by Cyril Edward Pocknee32
Cross and Crucifix in Christian Worship and Devotion (Alcuin Club Tracts, 32)32

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