Consecration of bishops -- Catholic Church, [Church of England, etc.] -- Early works to 1800. : All are not sheep, that wear sheeps cloathing. : Being Mr. True Friend's letter to a Rt. Rev. prelate of our Church; Containing Some Irregularities committed by --- and others: Wherein also is laid down the Character of a true Bishop. With a Word or Two to all the worthy Patrons of Livings, throughout England. To which is added the character of a good parson, imitated from Chaucer, and enlarged.
Consecration of bishops -- Church of Ireland -- Sermons. : A distinction of orders in the Church defended upon principles of public utility : in a sermon preached in the Castle-Chapel, Dublin, at the consecration of John Law, D. D. Lord Bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh, September 21, 1782. By William Paley, A. M. Archdeacon of Carlisle.
Consecration of bishops -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : A sermon preached at the consecration of the Right Reverend Fathers in God : Gilbert Lord Bishop of London, Humphry Lord Bishop of Sarum, George Lord Bishop of Worcester, Robert Lord Bishop of Lincolne, George Lord Bishop of St. Asaph. On Sunday 28. October, 1660. at S. Peters Westminster. / By John Sudbury, one of the prebendaries of that church.