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Asterisked works are those with a wider remit which none the less have important material on the development of this particular diocese

  • Baker, W. J. (1981), Beyond Port and Prejudice. Charles Lloyd of Oxford, 1784–1829 (Orono: University of Maine P).
  • Barnard, L. W. (1989), John Potter. An eighteenth-century archbishop (Ilfracombe: Arthur H. Stockwell Ltd.).
  • Barnard, L. W. (1998), Thomas Secker. An eighteenth-century primate (Lewes: Book Guild).
  • Best, G. F. A. (1964), Temporal Pillars. Queen Anne’s Bounty, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, and the Church of England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Burns, A. (1999), The Diocesan Revival in the Church of England c.1800–1870 (Oxford Historical Monographs, Oxford: Clarendon Press).
  • Clapinson, Mary, ed. (1980), Bishop Fell and Nonconformity. Visitation Documents from the Oxford Diocese, 1682–83 (Oxfordshire Record Society, 52).
  • Clark, A., ed., (1895), Memoirs of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe, in Camden Miscellany, 9 (Camden Society, ns, 53).
  • Horn, J. M., ed. (1996), Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1541–1857. Volume VIII: Bristol, Gloucester, Oxford and Peterborough dioceses (London: Institute of Historical Research).
  • Jenkins, A. P., ed. (1991), The correspondence of Thomas Secker, bishop of Oxford, 1737–1758 (Oxford: Oxfordshire Record Society, 57).
  • Jukes, H. A. L., ed. (1957), Articles of enquiry addressed to the clergy of the diocese of Oxford at the primary visitation of Dr. Thomas Secker, 1738 (Banbury: Oxfordshire Record Society, 38).
  • Keene, N. (2003), John Fell: Education, Erudition and the English Church in Late Seventeenth-Century Oxford, History of Universities, 18:1, 62–101.
  • Marshall, E. (1882), Diocesan Histories: Oxford (London: SPCK).
  • Marshall, W. M. (1983), Episcopal Activity in the Hereford and Oxford Dioceses, 1660–1760, Midland History, 7, 106–20.
  • Marshall, W. M. (2003), The dioceses of Hereford and Oxford, 1600–1760’, in J. Gregory and J. S. Chamberlain (eds.), The national church in local perspective. The Church of England and the Regions, 1660–1800 (Woodbridge: Boydell), 197–222.
  • Marshall, W. M. (1978), The Administration of the Dioceses of Hereford and Oxford 1660–1760, PhD dissertation, University of Bristol.
  • Mead, A. H. (1965), Richard Bagot, Bishop of Oxford, and the Oxford Movement, 1833–1845’, (BLitt dissertation, University of Oxford).
  • Pearce, S. S., ed. (1913 for 1914), A Report of the Oxford Clergy AD 1593, Report of the Oxfordshire Archaeological Society, 59, 45–70.
  • Taylor, Stephen (1993), Archbishop Potter and the dissenters, Yale University Library Gazette, 67, 118–26.

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