Chalice

Unitarian Historical Society

LIST OF THE ARTICLES AND NOTES WHICH HAVE APPEARED
IN THE TRANSACTIONS SINCE 1917

2007 onwards compiled by DAVID STEERS

1917- 2006 compiled by ANDREW M HILL

Volume 1:1 (1917)
Walter H. Burgess 'Work in the field of Unitarian history' TUHS 1:1 (1916) 1-10
R. Mortimer. Montgomery 'The deeds of the Free Christian Church Horsham' TUHS 1:1 (1916) 10-22
'An open trust: note on the Ditchling trust deed' TUHS 1:1 (1916) 23-4
C. J. Street 'The old nonconformity at Norton, Derbyshire 1' TUHS 1:1 (1916) 25-54
John C. Warren 'Early records of a Presbyterian congregation [High Pavement, Nottingham]' TUHS 1:1 (1916) 55-87
Alfred Amey 'The Old Meeting, Framlingham' TUHS 1:1 (1916) 88-92
Notes and Queries 1-4 TUHS 1:1 (1917) 96

Volume 1:2 (1918)
Fred W. Powicke 'Apology for the nonconformist Arians of the 18th century' TUHS 1:2 (1917) 101-128
C. J. Street 'The old nonconformity of Norton, Derbyshire 2' TUHS 1:2 (1917) 129-154
Rees Jenkin Jones 'The origin sand history of the Old Meeting House, Aberdare' TUHS 1:2 (1917) 155-176
R. M. Montgomery 'The deeds of Westgate Chapel, Lewes' TUHS 1:2 (1917) 177-190
Walter H. Burgess 'The church book of the General Baptist Chapel at Turners Hill and Horley' TUHS 1:2 (1917) 191-218
'An historic legal decision [Bowman v. Secular Society, Ltd]' TUHS 1:2 (1917) 219-252
Notes and Queries 5-9, TUHS 1:2 (1918) 253-255

Volume 1:3 (1918)
A lawyer 'The deeds of Essex Chapel [London]' TUHS 1:3 (1918) 262-275
'High Street Chapel, Plymouth' TUHS 1:3 (1918) 275
Amherst D. Tyssen 'The Old Meeting House, Banbury, and its successor the Unitarian Church' TUHS 1:3 (1918) 276-302
William Whittaker 'The open-trust myth' TUHS 1:3 (1918) 303-314
Walter H. Burgess 'John Pounds' TUHS 1:3 (1918) 315-317
Notes and Queries 10-14 (Note 13, WH Burgess, Cranbrook Chapel) TUHS 1;3 (1918) 318-320

Volume 2:1 (1919)
John C. Warren 'From Puritanism to Unitarianism in Lincoln' TUHS 2:1 (1919) 1-31
Francis Nicholson and Ernest Axon 'Roger Baldwin' TUHS 2:1 (1919) 32-46
Clement E. Pike 'Protestant dissenting congregations ministered to by the Rev. J. B. Pike in the years 1780-1810' TUHS 2:1 (1919) 47-60
J. Lionel Taylor 'The common history of our churches' TUHS 2:1 (1919) 61-89
R. J. Jones 'Our Welsh hymn book' TUHS 2:1 (1919) 90-94
Notes and Queries 15-23 (Note 22 Little Portland St Chapel, London) TUHS 2:1 (1919) 95-98

Volume 2:2 (1920)
Herbert McLachlan 'Manchester Socinian Controversy' TUHS 2:2 (1920) 1-8
Amherst D. Tyssen 'The Presbyterians of Bloxham and Milton, near Banbury' TUHS 2:2 (1920) 9-32
R. M. Montgomery 'An old pamphlet [about the Conventicle Act is Suffolk, 1670]' TUHS 2:2 (1920) 33-42
'List of London nonconformist ministers 1689' TUHS 2:2 (1920) 42-43
Walter H. Burgess ed. 'A document by a member [Thomas Brewer 1620] of the Pilgrim Fathers' Church' TUHS 2:2 (1920) 44-48
Notes and Queries 24-31 TUHS 2:2 (1920) 49-53

Volume 2:3 (1921)
Stephen G. Lee 'Nonconformist schools under persecution 1662-1714' TUHS 2:3 (1921) 59-64
Herbert McLachlan 'The Christian Brethren movement' TUHS 2:3 (1921) 65-91
C. J. Street 'The Hollis family and Harvard College' TUHS 2:3 (1921) 92-97
'Rev. Alexander Gordon's eightieth birthday' TUHS 2:3 (1921) 98-99
'List of west country divines with dates of ordination' TUHS 2:3 (1921)
Notes and Queries 32-41 (Note 33, Evans George Eyre, Chowbent Chapel) TUHS 2:3 (1921) 100-104
'A list of West Country divines [Exeter Assembly 1731]' TUHS 2:3 (1921) 109-111
War memorial [World War 1 at Essex Hall] TUHS 2:3 (1921) 112-114

Volume 2:4 (1922)
Francis Nicholson and Ernest Axon 'The manuscripts of William Shepherd at Manchester College, Oxford' TUHS 2:4 (1922) 119-130
Clement E. Pike 'Pews and benches [Bridgwater]' TUHS 2:4 (1922) 131-137
Herbert McLachlan 'Seventeenth century Unitarian tracts' TUHS 2:4 (1922) 138-166
'Roll of Honour [World War 1]' TUHS 2:4 (1922) 167
Notes and Queries TUHS 2:4 (1922) 168-178
'List of trustees of Plymouth Meeting House 1768' TUHS 2:4 (1922) 186-188
'Certificate recommending Joseph Lawton for ordination 1709' TUHS 2:4 (1922) 189

Volume 3:1 (1923)
R. V. Holt 'Strata in the formation of Unitarian Church tradition' TUHS 3:1 (1923) i1-19
Dionysius Loriczy 'The Hungarian Unitarian Church part 1 How it became known to Unitarians in England' TUHS 3:1 (1923) 20-39
Clement E. Pike 'Evolution of church government in a Presbyterian congregation [Bridgwater]' TUHS 3:1 (1923) 40-51
'Excommunication among Welsh Independents [a letter from Ann John to Rev. Titus Evans (1809-64)' TUHS 3:1 (1923) 51-52
'Trust deed of Portsmouth General Baptist Chapel' TUHS 3:1 (1923) 53-59
Notes and Queries 60-75 (Notes 61, 64, 65, 67, 68 & 69, Evans GE, Tenterden, Essex St, Sidmouth, Dover, Liverpool Benn's Garden etc., and Portsmouth High Street), TUHS 3:1 (1923)

Volume 3:2 (1924)
Henry W. Foote 'The Harvard school of hymnody' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 89-110
Dudley Wright 'English Unitarian hymn writers' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 111-20
Dionysius Loriczy 'The Hungarian Unitarian Church Part 2 Foundation of the Unitarian Church' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 121-134
Ernest Axon 'The Mort family and Lancashire nonconformity' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 135-147
Herbert Perry 'Historical notes on the Stockport Unitarian church' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 148-152
'An early licence' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 153-4
'A sermon register [Silvanus Gibb]' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 155-159
Notes and Queries 72-79 TUHS 3:2 (1924) 160-172 (Notes 72-75 : Evans, G E Ilfracombe, Stannington, Barnstaple and Topsham Chapels)
'Letter of Bishop Ferencz' TUHS 3:2 (1924) 182-183

Volume 3:3 (1925)
Herbert McLachlan 'The old Hackney College 1786-1796' TUHS 3:3 (1925) 185-205
Earl Morse Wilbur 'Some Unitarian shrines on the continent' TUHS 3:3 (1925) 206-216
Clement Edwards Pike 'Unitarian liturgies' TUHS 3:3 (1925) 217-223
'British and Foreign Unitarian Association centenary exhibition' TUHS 3:3 (1925) 224-248
Old Meeting Birmingham 3:3 (1925) 249-271
'Notes and Queries 80-91' TUHS 3:3 (1925) 272-283 (Notes 82 & 83, Evans GE, Stockport & Leeds, Mill Hill Chapels)

Volume 3:4 (1926)
Alexander Gordon 'Servetus in 1531-1532' TUHS 3:4 (1926) 301-303
Alexander Gordon 'Servetus and the Spanish Inquisition' TUHS 3:4 (1926) 304-310
Ernest Axon 'Buxton Chapel' TUHS 3:4 (1926) 311-334
E. Rosalind Lee 'The Unitarian Church, Melbourne, Victoria' TUHS 3:4 (1926) 335-349
Earl Morse Wilbur 'The meaning and lesson of Unitarian history' TUHS 3:;4 (1926) 350-360
Herbert McLachlan 'More letters of Theophilus Lindsey' TUHS 3:4 (1926) 361-377
'The Kenrick Letters 9-' TUHS 3:4 (1926) 378-407
'Notes and Queries 92-97'TUHS 3:4 (1926) 408-414 (Note 96, Evans, GE, Ancient Chapel of Toxteth; original register, 1778-1855)

Volume 4 :1 (1927)
W. G. Tarrant and Joseph Worthington 'University Hall, London' TUHS 4:1 (1927)1-15 Alexander Gordon 'Nonconformity at Coseley' TUHS 4:1 (1927) 16-23
Herbert McLachlan 'The Taylors and Scotts of the Manchester Guardian' TUHS 4:1 (1927)24-34
W. G. Tarrant 'The story of the Inquirer' TUHS 4:1 (1927) 35-44
G. Randall Jones 'Notes on the history of the Eastern Union of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches' TUHS 4:1 (1927) 45-57
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate and other treasures [Ainsworth, Alcester, Allostock, Altrincham, Astley, Atherstone, Atherton, Banbury, Bath, Battle]' TUHS 4:1 (1927) 58-65
'The Kenrick Letters 20-32 ' TUHS 4:1 (1927) 66-82
'Notes and Queries 98-100' TUHS 4:1 (1927) 83-87

Volume 4:2 (1928)
Walter H. Burgess 'The General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 101-105
Alexander Gordon 'Date of a catechism [Racovian Catechism in the British Museum]' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 106-107
Hugh Warnock 'Short sketch of the origin and progress of nonconformity in Walsall' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 108-119
Ernest Axon 'Notes on 17th century Lancashire ministers named Lawton and Walker' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 120-137
Walter H. Burgess 'The Unitarian Church at Sidney' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 138-155
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate and other treasures [Belper, Bessels Green, Bewdley, Billingshurst, Birkenhead, Birmingham: Old meeting, Church of the Messiah and Newhall Hill, Blackley, Bloxham, Bolton: Bank Street}' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 156-167
'John Cooper the Cheltenham Unitarian' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 168-171
'Two certificates [John Crompton 1659/60 and Samuel Crompton 1686/7 TUHS 4:2 172-173
'The Kenrick Letters 33-43' TUHS 4:2 (1928) 173-197
'Notes and Queries 101-110 , TUHS 4:2 198-202

Volume 4:3 (1929)
Ronald P. Jones 'Chapel and service' TUHS 4:3 (1929) 214-218
H. W. Stephenson 'Hackney College and William Hazlitt 1' TUHS 4:3 (1929) 219-247
Herbert McLachlan 'The diary of a Leeds layman 1733-1786' TUHS 4:3 (1929) 248-267
Hugh Warnock 'Unitarian ministers of Walsall and their predecessors' TUHS 4:3 (1929) 268-276
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate etc [Boston: Spain Lane, Bradford, Bradwell, Bridgwater, Bridport, Brighton, Bristol: Lewin's Mead]' TUHS 4:3 (1929) 277-289
Alexander Gordon 'Early Scottish Unitarians [correspondence of James Purves and Thomas Fyshe Palmer]' TUHS 4:3 (1929) 290-295
'The Kenrick Letters 44-53' TUHS 4:3 (1929) 296-313
'Notes and Queries 111-119 TUHS 4:3 314-321

Volume 4:4 (1930)
H. P. Roberts 'The history of the Presbyterian Academy Brynllywarch-Carmarthen 1662-1682' TUHS 4:4 (1930) 333-364
Walter H. Burgess 'James Martineau and Sunday School work' TUHS 4:4 (1930) 365-375
H. W. Stephenson 'Hackney College and William Hazlitt 2' TUHS 4:4 (1930) 376-411
Ronald A. M. Dixon 'James Priestley and Cumberland University, USA" TUHS 4:4 (1930) 412-416
Ronald A. M. Dixon 'Recollections of Dr. Priestley by John Ryland' TUHS 4:4 (1930) 417-429
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate etc [Bromsgrove, Bury (Lancs), Bury-St. Edmunds, Buxton,
Canterbury]' TUHS 4:4 (1930) 430-439 'The Kenrick Letters 54-61' TUHS 4:4 (1930) 440-457
'Notes and Queries 120-127 (Note 120, Unitarian Baptists at Newcastle-uopn-Tyne) TUHS, 4:4 (1930) 458-463

Volume 5:1 (1931)
Walter H. Burgess 'John Knowles and Henry Hedworth: seventeenth century Unitarian pioneers' TUHS 5:1 (1931) 1-16
Herbert. E. Perry 'The ministers' monthly meting in the Manchester district' TUHS 5:1 (1931) 17-23
H. P. Roberts 'The history of the Presbyterian Academy Brynllwarch-Carmarthen 2' TUHS 5:1 (1931) 24-42
Ronald A. M. Dixon 'Priestley's daughter and her descendants 1' TUHS 5:1 (1931) 43-68
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate and other treasures [Canterbury: Greyfriars and Blackfriars]' TUHS 5:1 (1931) 69-77
'The Kenrick Letters 62-69' TUHS 5:1 (1931) 78-88
'Notes and Queries 128-136' TUHS 5:1 (1931) 89-97

Volume 5:2 (1932)
Bernard M. Allen 'Priestley and the Birmingham riots' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 113-132
N. L. Frazer 'The claim of Batley Grammar School to be the alma mater of the Rev. Dr. Joseph Priestley, F.R.S..' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 133-144
Ronald A. M. Dixon ' Joseph Priestley, the offer to him of French citizenship and membership of the National Assembly of France' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 145-147
Ronald A. M Dixon ' "Taking the census" a play written for his grandchildren by Joseph Priestley.' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 148-156
H. P. Roberts 'Early Unitarian schoolmasters and schools in Wales' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 157-164
H. W. Stephenson 'Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Unitarianism' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 165-184
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate and other treasures [Chatham, Cheshunt, Chester]' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 185-191
'The Kenrick Letters 70-77' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 192-201
'Joseph Chamberlain and popular education' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 201-203
'[Thomas Sadler's funeral address for] George Eliot' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 203-206
'Notes and Queries 137' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 206
'Exhibition of Priestley relics in the Art Gallery, Birmingham' TUHS 5:2 (1932) 220-222

Volume 5:3 (1933)
'Priestley bicentenary' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 225-226
H. J. Rossington 'Our indebtedness to Priestley: commemorative address on Joseph Priestley , March 13, 1933, at the Midland Christian Union annual meetings' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 227-243
Ernest Axon 'Yorkshire Nonconformity in 1743' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 244-261
G. Harold Clennell 'Memorials of an ancient Presbyterian meeting house at Cirencester' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 262-287
Ronald A. M. Dixon 'Priestley's daughter and her descendants 2' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 288-298
Ronald and Bernard Allen 'Was Priestley responsible for the dinner which started the 1791 riots? [with reply by Bernard Allen and rejoinder by Ronald A. M. Dixon' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 299-323
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate and other treasures [Chesterfield, Chichester: Baffin's Lane and East Gate, Chorley, Cirencester, Cockermouth, Colchester]' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 324-332
'Letter from Thomas Belsham' TUHS 5:3 (1933) 333-336
'Notes and Queries 138-146' (Note 140 Evans GE, Long Sutton Chapel) TUHS 5:3 (1933) 337-341

Volume 5:4 (1934)
Lawrence Hall 'Toxteth Park Chapel in the 17th century' TUHS 5:4 (1934) 351-383
Arthur Hickmott 'George's Meeting House, Exeter TUHS 5:4 (1934) 384-392
George Pegler 'The Meeting House at Newcastle-under-Lyne' TUHS 5:4 (1934) 393-410
Ronald A. M. Dixon 'Priestley's daughter and her descendants 3' TUHS 5:4 (1934) 411-416
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate and other treasures [Colyton, Congleton, Coseley, Coventry]' TUHS 5:4 (1934) 417-424
'A petition of Rev. John Knowles' TUHS 5:4 (1934)425-426
'An original letter from Philip Doddridge' TUHS 5:4 (1934) 426-428
'[Letter from ] Rev. Thomas Belsham to his sister' TUHS 5:4 (1934) 429-430
[4 Additional Kenrick Letters ] TUHS 5:4 (1934) 430-438
[Letter by Joseph Priestley to Rev. Joseph Willard] TUHS 5:4 (1934) 438
'Notes and Queries 147-154' TUHS 5:4 (1934) 439-443

Volume 6:1 (1935)
Alexander Gordon 'Joseph Bealey' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 1-2
C. V. Wedgwood 'Sir John Hewley 1619-1697' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 3-13
Lilian Beard 'Unitarianism in the Potteries from 1812' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 14-28
David Paterson 'John Wright "the determined defender of the right of free discussion''' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 29-44
Anne Holt 'John Johns: Liverpool's first minister to the poor' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 44-50
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate etc. [Cradley, Crediton, Crewkerne, Cullompton, Daventry, Dean Row, Derby, Devizes]' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 51-61
'Preface of "Memoirs of Dissenting Churches" [Stourbridge and Lye Waste]' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 62-66
[Letter: William Turner I (1714-1794) to Mr. Matthews] TUHS 6:1 (1935) 66-68
'Extract from minute book, Unitarian Chapel, Newcastle-under-Lime, Staffs' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 68-72
'Petition to Parliament promoted by the Kent and Sussex Unitarian Association, 1833' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 72-73
'Notes and Queries 155-159' TUHS 6:1 (1935) 74-76

Volume 6:2 (1936)
Herbert McLachlan 'The Irish Academies' TUHS 6:2 (1936) 91-102
N. Bishop Harman 'The Old Meting House, Bessell's Green 1' TUHS 6:2 (1936) 103-115
O. M. Griffiths 'Side lights on the history of ... Lewin's Mead Chapel, Bristol' TUHS 6:2 (1936) 116-129
H. W. Stephenson 'A seventeenth century philanthropist (Thomas Firmin 1632-1697) 1' TUHS 6:2 (1936) 130-147
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate and other treasures [Devonport, Diss, Ditchling, Dorchester: hall Gate and Pease Lane' Dover: Presbyterian and General Baptist, Dudley, Duffield]' TUHS 6:2 (1936) 148-162
[Letter from Richard Price to unknown 15 November 1784] TUHS 6:2 (1936) 163-165
'[Letter} from Joseph Priestley to Rev. M. Maurice [25 August1792] TUHS 6:2 (1936) 165-166
'Notes and Queries' 160-165 (Note 160 & 162 Burgess WH, Dean Row & Billingshurst Chapels) TUHS 6:2 (1936) 167-176

Volume 6:3 (1937)
W. Byng Kenrick 'Sir Austen Chamberlain' TUHS 6:3 (1937) 191-193
H. John McLachlan 'The old nonconformity in Fulwood [Sheffield] 1 William Ronksley and Fulwood Old Chapel' TUHS 6:3 (1937) 194-204
Fred Kenworthy 'A Unitarian chapel in Paris' TUHS 6:3 (1937) 205-208
R. M. Montgomery 'A note on Acts of Parliament dealing with denial of the Trinity' TUHS 6:3 (1937) 209-212
N. Bishop Harman 'The Old Meeting House, Bessell's Green 2' TUHS 6:3 (1937) 213-222
H. W. Stephenson 'A seventeenth century philanthropist (Thomas Firmin, F.R.S.., 1632-1697) 2' TUHS 6:3 (1937) 222-245
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate etc. (Dukinfield, Elland, Enfield, Evesham, Exeter, Failsworth, Framlingham, Frenchay, Fulwood) TUHS 6:3 (1937) 246-261
Herbert McLachlan ed. 'Caleb Rotheram and the Kendal Academy (1733-52)' TUHS 6:3 (1937) 262-276 'Notes and Queries' 166-168, TUHS 6:3 277-279

Volume 6:4 (1938)
H. R.E. Palfrey 'Early nonconformity in Stourbridge' TUHS 6:4 (1938) 293-309
Ernest Axon '"Reverend" and some other styles of nonconformist ministers' TUHS 6:4 (1938) 310-329
H. John McLachlan 'The old nonconformity at Fulwood II Fulwood Old Chapel and its ministers' TUHS 6:4 (1938) 330-353
H. W. Stephenson 'A seventeenth century philanthropist (Thomas Firmin, F.R.S.., 1632-1697) III' TUHS 6:4 (1938) 354-378
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate etc [Gainsborough, Gee Cross, Gloucester, Gulliford, Hale]' TUHS 6:4 (1938) 379-386
'Liverpool Domestic Mission Society [first annual meeting 1838]' TUHS 6:4 (1938)387-393 'Notes and Queries 169' TUHS 6:4 (1938) 393

Volume 7:1 (1939)
R. V. Holt 'The growth of toleration' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 1-11
Anne Holt 'Minutes of the Warrington Classis 1719-1722' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 12-17
Fred Kenworthy 'The Toleration Act of 1689' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 18-30
J. Islan Jones 'The struggle between conformists and nonconformists in Hindley Chapel 1641-1698' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 31-49
W. H. McCafferty 'The psalmody of the Old Congregation in Belfast' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 50-63
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate etc [Halifax, Hapton, Headcorn, Hinckley, Hindley, Honiton, Horsham, Hull, Hyde: Gee Cross, Ilkeston. Ilminister, Ipswich, Kendal, Kenilworth, Kidderminster, King's Lynn: Presbyterian, Kingswood, Kirkstead]' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 64-75
'A religious discussion society at Lye-Waste in 1790' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 76-78
Lawrence Hall 'Extracts from family letters [Thomas and William Holt] of one hundred years ago' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 79-9
'Two letters from the Rev. J. J. Tayler [one to Robert Nicholson 4 December 1840 and one on baptism 23 February 1847] ' TUHS 7:1 (1939) 96-98

Volume 7:2 (1940)
Lawrence Hall 'The Clough Fund' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 109-140
John C. Ballantyne 'Origins of Essex Church' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 131-138
J. Islan Jones 'The history of the Presbyterian or Protestant Dissenting Church, Hindley II 1700-1812' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 139-162
John Heys 'Longsight Free Christian Church, Manchester' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 163-178
George Eyre Evans 'Our communion plate etc. [Knutsford, Lancaster, Leeds: Mill Hill and Call Lane, Leicester, Lewes, Lincoln, Liverpool: Toxteth and Temple Court (Octagon) ]' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 179-190
Walter H. Burgess 'Changing ministers at Chichester in 1817' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 191-197
Walter H. Burgess 'George Eyre Evans: an appreciation' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 199-203
'Letter of condolence from W. H. Channing to a Liverpool friend on the death of her son, 1856' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 204-205
'Notes and Queries 170' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 205
'Essex Church: the boy monument [to founders of Sunday Schools]' TUHS 7:2 (1940) 208-209

Volume 7:3 (1941)
A. Elliott Peaston 'Nineteenth century liturgies' TUHS 7:3 (1941) 215-225
Anne Holt 'The Seddon letters: letters from the Rev. John Seddon [1725-1770] to his wife, together with other letters, for the most part to Seddon' Part 1 TUHS 7:3 (1941) 226-238
Felix Holt 'The Rev. William Smith, F.L.S.. of Ballymoney' TUHS 7:3 239-242

Volume 7:4 (1942)
Herbert McLachlan 'New light on an old Unitarian circle [Christopher Crell and friends]' TUHS 7:3 (1941) 255-268
Anne Holt 'The Seddon letters : Part 2 ' TUHS 7:3 (1941) 269-289
A. Elliott Peaston 'Dr. Martineau and the "Ten Services"' TUHS 7:3 (1941) 290-293

Volume 8:1 (1943)
Herbert McLachlan 'Walter Herbert. Burgess [1867-1943]' TUHS 8:1 (1943) 1-4
G.K.Brown 'Scots theologians and English Unitarians' TUHS 8:1 (1943) 5-16
R. Travers Herford 'Joseph Hanson [1774-1811]: the weavers' friend' TUHS 8:1 (1943) 17-26
F. H. Amphlett Micklewright 'A footnote to the Happy Union on 1690' TUHS 8:1 (1943) 27-34
G. F. Nuttall 'Alexander Gordon's "Obiter Dicta" from the Dictionary of National Biography' TUHS 8:1 (1943) 35-38
'Notes and Queries [re C.F.Mouett 'The early letters and career of Theophilus Lindsey Notes and Queries 1942' TUHS 8:1 (1943) 38

Volume 8:2 (1944)
R. Mortimer Montgomery 'The significance of the Dissenters Chapels Act of 1844' TUHS 8:2 (1944) 45-51
Frederick Hankinson 'Dissenters Chapels Act' TUHS 8:2 (1944) 52-57
Fred Kenworthy 'The Unitarian tradition in Liberal Christianity' TUHS 8:2 (1944)58-67
J. M. Connell 'Dickens' Unitarian minister, Edward Tagart' TUHS 8:2 (1944) 68-83
Felix Holt 'The Hincks family' TUHS 8:2 (1944) 84-85
'Notes and Queries' TUHS 8:2 (1944) 88

Volume 8:3 (1945)
Herbert McLachlan 'Bridgwater Academy 1688-1756?' TUHS 8:3 (1945) 93-97
Harry Lismer Short 'The architecture of old meeting houses' TUHS 8:3 (1945) 98-112
H. G. Wilson 'One hundred years of religious and social work in Birmingham: the Church of the Messiah Domestic Mission' TUHS 8:3 (1945) 113-121
F.H.... Amphlett Mickelwright 'A new approach to Unitarian history' TUHS 8:3 (1945) 122-129
Ernest Axon 'The Hincks family' TUHS 8:3 (1945) 131
Volume 8:4 (1946)
H. John McLachlan 'John Thomson M. D... Unitarian layman 1782-1818' TUHS 8:4 (1946) 137-157
E. Swindells 'The old register and account books of Platt Chapel [Manchester]' TUHS 8:4 (1946) 158-162
W. M. McCafferty 'Alexander Gordon and the Ulster Journal of Archaeology' TUHS 8:4 (1946) 163-164
W. M. McCafferty 'Alexander Gordon and John Scott Porter' TUHS 8:4 (1946) 165
J. Arnold Williams 'The Nottingham Presbyterian Classis [1656-60]' TUHS 8:4 (1946) 166-171
H. John McLachlan '[Job] Orton [1717-1783] and [Benjamin] Davies [1756-1811] correspondence' TUHS 8:4 (1946) 172-179
H.E.Palfrey 'The architecture of the old meeting houses [Stourbridge] TUHS 8:4 (1946) 181

Volume 9:1 (1947)
Fred Kenworthy 'The story of Walmsley Unitarian Chapel [Lancashire] 1 TUHS 9:1 (1947)^1-20
Herbert McLachlan 'Thomas Nettleton M. D... 1683-1741/2' TUHS 9:1 (1947) 21-27
Harry Lismer Short 'The gesture of the minister at the Lord's Supper' TUHS 9:1 (1947) 28-34
'Letter of Dr. Richard Price to Lord Shelburne' TUHS 9:1 (1947) 35
'Chowbent Chapel and its ministers' TUHS 9:1 (1947) 35-37
'A quaint trust deed {Gatacre Chapel, Liverpool]' TUHS 9:1 (1947) 37-38
Herbert McLachlan 'Errors in the press' TUHS 9:1 (1947) 38-39

Volume 9:2 (1948)
Fred Kenworthy 'The story of Walmsley Chapel [Lancashire] 2' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 57-77
C. Gordon Bolam 'Some account of the annual meeting of Presbyterian ministers of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire: established 1798 1' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 78-100
Frederick T. Wood 'Britannia Puritanica: a manuscript by Joseph Hunter' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 101-107
'Baxter's works in chapel libraries' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 108-109
'Hibbert lectures' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 110
Herbert McLachlan 'Dudley-Newbury Academy 1689?'-1695' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 110-112
Herbert McLachlan 'An epitaph in Mill Hill Chapelyard, Leeds' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 113
A. J. Martin 'The centenary of Yr Ymofynnydd'' TUHS 9:2 (1948) 118-120

Volume 9:3 (1949)
C. Gordon Bolam 'Some account etc., part 2' TUHS 9:3 (1949) 125-145
Harry Lismer Short 'The evolution of Unitarian church building' TUHS 9:3 (1949) 146-153
Robert Mortimer Montgomery 1869-1948 TUHS 9:3 (1949)154-156
Roger Thomas 'Thomas Newman 1655-1742' TUHS 9:3 (1949) 157-159
John J. Evershed 'A short account of the Free Christian Church, Billingshurst etc' TUHS 9:3 (1949) 160-174
'Presbyterian (Unitarian) Chapel, Stourbridge 1698-1948' TUHS 9:3 (1949) 175-176

Volume 9:4 (1950)
Harry Lismer Short 'The importance of the seventeenth century in Unitarian history' TUHS 9:4 (1950) 189-200
Dorothy Tarrant 'Unitarians and Bedford College' TUHS 9:4 (1950) 201-206
James Mason Bass 'A farmer's chapel going 1812-1829 [Samuel Mason 1761-1829]' TUHS 9:4 (1950) 207-220
'Letter of John Taylor of Norwich' TUHS 9:4 (1950) 221-222
Charles E. Surman '[Letters of London Presbyterian ministers'] TUHS 9:4 (1950) 222-225
Herbert McLachlan 'Diary of a Bolton Layman [Charles James Darbishire]' TUHS 9:4 (1950) 225-231
L. A. Garrard and Herbert McLachlan 'Dobson memorial tablet in the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth' TUHS 9:4 (1950) 237-238
'[Extracts] from journal and letters of Samuel Curwen, Judge of Admiralty etc. [1775-1784]' TUHS 9:4 (1950) 238-239

Volume 10:1 (1951)
Herbert McLachlan 'Thomas Collier : a seventeenth century religious liberal' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 1-5
Harry Lismer Short 'From Watts to Martineau: a century of Unitarian hymn books in England' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 6-18
H. G. Wilson 'The Ministers' Benevolent Society' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 19-23
'The will of John Knowles, Gloucester Unitarian and friend of Henry Hedworth and Thomas Firmin' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 24-25
'Mill Hill, Leeds and a Ministerial appointment 1817' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 26-29
'Letter of a General Baptist minister [Benjamin Marten 1769-1823 to the General Baptist Church Dover] TUHS 10:1 (1951) 29-31
Anna Laetitia Barbauld 'An episode at Warrington Academy [poem]' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 32-33
'Ancestry of Henrietta Busk 1845-1936' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 33-34
J.W.Ashley Smith 'Where was John Short?' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 43
'Charles Beard and University College, Liverpool' TUHS 10:1 (1951) 45-48

Volume 10:2 (1952)
Harry Lismer Short 'From "first cause" to "indwelling light" the influence of American hymns on English Unitarian worship in the nineteenth century' TUHS 10:2 (1952) 53-65
Duncan P. Stewart 'The Woolton Mechanics' Institute' TUHS 10:2 (1952) 66-90
Anne Durning Holt 'Benn's Garden Chapel [Liverpool]' TUHS 10:2 (1952) 91-101
H. John McLachlan 'The arrest and imprisonment of John Knowles' TUHS 10:2 (1952) 102-104
Herbert McLachlan 'John Ashworth 1779-1851' TUHS 10:2 (1952) 105-106

Volume 10:3 (1953)
C. G. Bolam 'Some remarkable passages in the life of William Bilby (1664-1738) with an appendix' TUHS 10:3 (1953) 123-141
Harry Lismer Short 'Macclesfield's first Unitarian minister [John Palmer]' TUHS 10:3 (1953) 142-147
John Rowland 'Christ Church (Unitarian', New Road, Brighton: a short history' TUHS 10:3 (1953) 148-160
Roger Thomas 'A curious discrepancy in the Heads of Agreement, 1691' TUHS 10:3 (1953) 173

Volume 10:4 (1954)
E. Basil Short 'Lydgate Chapel [West Yorkshire]: the date of the building' TUHS 10:4 (1954) 181-184
F. J. Hamblin 'A minister's wife of the eighteenth century [Elizabeth Bury 1644-1720]' TUHS 10:4 (1954) 185-192
Charles E. Surman 'The Presbyterian Classical system 1646-1660' TUHS 10:4 (1954) 193-202

Volume 11:1 (1955)
Herbert McLachlan; 'A Liverpool lady's journal a century ago [Caroline Thornley 1822-1880]' TUHS 11:1 (1955) 1-19

Volume 11:2 (1956)
J. Islan Jones 'Daniel Jones and his fund' TUHS 11:2 (1956) 29-37
Stanislaw Kot 'Polish Brethren and the problems of communism in the 16th century' TUHS 11:2 (1956) 38-53
Herbert McLachlan 'Earl Morse Wilbur, scholar and traveller' TUHS 11:2 (1956) 54-68

Volume 11:3 (1957)
Ronald P. Jones 'Memories of the origin and building of Ullet Road Church, Liverpool (1896-1899)' TUHS 11:3 (1957) 77-82
A. Elliott Peaston 'The influence of the Theistic Prayer Book' TUHS 11:3 (1957) 83-87
H. John McLachlan 'William Shaen (1820-1887)' TUHS 11:3 (1957) 88-89
'A treatise not against that apostolic community' [Polish Unitarian document] TUHS 11:3 (1957) 90-104

Volume 11:4 (1958)
Fred Kenworthy 'Herbert McLachlan' TUHS 11:4 (1958) 113-116
Roger Thomas 'Presbyterians, Congregationals and the Test and Corporation Acts' TUHS 11:4 (1958) 117-127
Allan A. Brockett 'The Presbyterian Committee of Thirteen in Exeter' TUHS 11:4 (1958) 128-146
Bruce Findlow 'The Free Catholic movement' TUHS 11:4 (1958) 147-162
E. Rosalind Lee 'An episode in the history of the Old Meeting House, Birmingham, illustrated in some letters ... of Thomas Eyre Lee' TUHS 11:4 (1958) 163-175

Volume 12:1 (1959)
Ian Sellers 'Unitarians and the Labour Church movement' TUHS 12:1 (1959) 1-6
Fred Kenworthy 'The East Cheshire Union of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches 1859-1959: a centenary sketch' TUHS 12:1 (1959) 7-26
A. Elliott Peaston 'The revision of the Prayer Book by Dr. Samuel Clarke' TUHS 12:1 (1959) 27-38
H.W.Stephenson '[American] Unitarian hymn writers' 39-40
Roger Thomas 'A 1686 indulgence and its licences' TUHS 12:1 (1959) 41-42

Volume 12:2 (1960)
Mortimer Rowe 'The Old Meeting Church, Birmingham High Court (Chancery Division), 1960' TUHS 12:2 (1960) 53-68
Ian Sellers 'The Pro-Boer movement in Liverpool' TUHS 12:2 (1960) 69-84
Fred Kenworthy 'Rivington Chapel' TUHS 12:2 (1960) 85-86
G.F.Nuttall 'D.N.B. Supplement 1959 [Unitarian references] TUHS 12:2 (1960) 69-84

olume 12:3 (1961)
J. Howard Hodson 'The manuscript sources of Presbyterian history' TUHS 12:3 (1961) 98-110
Harold J. Abrahams and Wyndham D. Miles 'The Priestley-Levi debate' TUHS 12:3 (1961) 111-129
Fred Kenworthy 'Heresy at Hale Chapel' TUHS 12:3 (1961) 130-132

Volume 12:4 (1962)
Fred Kenworthy 'from authority to freedom in church life: the Act of Uniformity and Unitarian dissent' TUHS 12:4 (1962) 141-154
C. Gordon Bolam 'John Relly Beard and the new function of Unitarianism in the 1850s' TUHS 12:4 (1962) 155-162
H. John McLachlan 'Centenary of a great Remonstrant [Fletcher Blakely (1783-1862)]' TUHS 12:4 (1962)163-169
Restoration of "[Richard] Baxter's [pulpit [New Meeting, Kidderminster]' TUHS 12:4 (1962) 170-172

Volume 13:1 (1963)
Jeremy Goring 'Some neglected aspects of the Great Ejection of 1662' TUHS 13:1 (1963)1-8
A. Elliott Peaston 'Historic Prayer Book revisions' TUHS 13:1 (1963) 9-12
N. Caplan 'The numerical strength of nonconformity 1669-76; Sussex' TUHS 13:1 (1963) 13-18
H. John McLachlan 'The tercentenary of a Unitarian pioneer [Thomas Emlyn]' TUHS 13:1 (1963) 19-21
R. D. Woodall 'Crediton [meeting house]: Britain's largest cob building' TUHS 13:1 (1963) 22-23

Volume 13:2 (1964)
L. Baker Short 'Thomas Fyshe Palmer: from Eton to Botany Bay' TUHS 13:2 (1964) 37-68
D. G. Wigmore-Beddoes 'How the Unitarian movement paid its debt to Anglicanism' TUHS 13:2 (1964) 69-79
R. D.. Woodall 'Bowden Hill Chapel, Crediton' TUHS 13:2 (1964) 80-84
'A list of Unitarian churches [Edmund Kell papers, Southampton Record Office]' TUHS 13:2 (1964) 85-86

Volume 13:3 (1965)
Iowerth C. Peate 'A Unitarian romantic [Iolo Morganwg]' TUHS 13:3 (1965) 97-110
John Creasey ed. 'The Birmingham riots of 1791, a contemporary account' TUHS 13:3 (1965) 111-117
H. John McLachlan 'James Martineau and Theodore Parker's favourite hymns' TUHS 13:3 (1965) 118-121
C. E. Surman 'Isaac Watts, schoolmaster' TUHS 13:3 (1965) 122-123

Volume 13:4 (1966)
W. Arthur Boggs 'Without dogma, without creed, English Unitarianism during the first two thirds of the nineteenth century' TUHS 13:4 (1966) 141-154
John Creasey 'Some dissenting attitudes to the French Revolution' TUHS 13:4 (1966) 155-167
Roger Thomas 'Lapsus Calamy' TUHS 13:4 (1966) 168-171

Volume 14:1 (1967)
Alan Ruston 'Radical nonconformity in Hackney 1805-1845' TUHS 14:1 (1967) 1-9
L. Baker Short 'William Christie and the first Unitarian church in Scotland 1' TUHS 14:1 (1967) 10-27
Alan Seaburg 'Missionary to Scotland: Caroline Augusta Soule' TUHS 14:1 (1967) 28-41

Volume 14:2 (1968)
Lajos Kovacs 'the Unitarian Church in Romania' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 55-67
Harry Lismer Short '[The Edict of] Torda [Transylvania] and World History' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 68-71
Joseph Ferencz 'The first international Unitarian publication [1567]' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 72-77
L. Baker Short 'William Christie and the first Unitarian church in Scotland 2' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 78-92
[Monologue by James Beard 1843-1917, son of John Relly Beard] TUHS 14:2 (1968) 93-94

Volume 14:3 (1969)
Roger Thomas 'When is a Unitarian not a Unitarian' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 107-118
H. G. Tibbutt 'Some Bedfordshire links with Unitarians and Liberal Christians' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 119-113
Russell E. Richey 'Theophilus Lindsey: some manuscript sermons and an intellectual vignette' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 134-146
Alan Ruston 'The Non-con Club and some other Unitarian clubs 1783-1914' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 147-161
D. T. O'Rourke 'Copyright, blasphemy and the Unitarians' TUHS 14:2 (1968) 162-165

Volume 14:4 (1970)
A. B. Downing 'From Max Müller to Karl Marx: a study of E. M. Geldart, scholar of Balliol' TUHS 14:4 (1970) 171-189
Andrew M. Hill 'The death of ordination in the Unitarian tradition' TUHS 14:4 (1970) 190-208
G. M. Ditchfield 'A Quaker-Unitarian encounter in 1801' TUHS 14:4 (1970) 209-217
H. John McLachlan 'John Mapletoft and Thomas Firmin' TUHS 14:4 (1970) 218-220

Volume 15:1 (1971)
Franklin K, Pochaska 'Public worship: an eighteenth century debate' TUHS 15:1 (1971) 1-14
Michael R. Parkinson 'Thomas Tylston Greg 1858-1920' TUHS 15:1 (1971) 15-24
H. John McLachlan 'More letters of Theophilus Lindsey and Robert Hibbert' TUHS 15:1 (1971) 25-29

Volume 15:2 (1972)
Russell E. Richey 'Joseph Priestley: worship and theology 1' TUHS 15:2 (1972) 41-53
C. Gordon Bolam 'The association of dissenting ministers in Northamptonshire 1' TUHS 15:2 (1972)54-64
Andrew M. Hill 'Conservation of archives' TUHS 15:2 (1972) 65-67

Volume 15:3 (1973)
Alan P. F. Sell 'The social and literary contribution of three Unitarian ministers [Thomas Bowen, Edward Myers, Peter dean] in nineteenth century Walsall' TUHS 15:3 (1973) 77-97
Russell E. Richey 'Joseph Priestley: worship and theology 2' TUHS 15:3 (1973) 98-104 C. Gordon Bolam 'The association of dissenting ministers in Northamptonshire 2' TUHS 15:3 (1973) 105-110
Fred Kenworthy 'C. Gordon Bolam (1907-1973)' TUHS 15:3 (1973) 111-112

Volume 15:4 (1974)
H. John McLachlan 'Theophilus and Hannah Lindsey: two hundred years later' TUHS 15:4 (1974) 118-129
Kenneth Gill Smith 'Willaston School [Nantwich]' TUHS 15:4 (1974) 130-136
Kenneth Twinn 'Finding ones way to the Moores]' TUHS 15:4 (1974) 137-138
'Letters from Theophilus Lindsey to Harry Toulmin' TUHS 15:4 (1974) 139-144
Andrew M. Hill 'Fred Kenworthy (1909-1974) TUHS 15:4 (1974) 146-147

Volume 16:1 (1975)
Christopher J. Wright 'Crabb Robinson's schooldays: daily life in a late eighteenth century school' TUHS 16:1 (1975) 1-12
Colin J. Gibson 'tercentenary of Dr. Isaac Watts' TUHS 16:1 (1975) 13-21
Alan Jones 'William Durning's account of sermons preached in Renshaw Street Chapel. Liverpool, 1818' TUHS 16:1 (1975) 22-30
'Andrew George Malcolm, M. D..' TUHS 16:1 (1975) 31-33
'Biographer [Andrew Kippis] of the circumnavigator [James Cook]' TUHS 16:1 (1975) 33
'Tenterden Old Meeting House' TUHS 16:1 (1975) 34-35

Volume 16:1 (1975) supplement
Harry Lismer Short 'The founding of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association' 16:1 (1975) supplement 1-25

Volume 16:2 (1976)
David Oswald Thomas 'Proposed protest concerning dissenters: Richard Price and the Earl of Chatham' TUHS 16:2 (1976) 49-62
A. Elliott Peaston 'The Unitarian liturgical tradition: table indicating relationship of [123] Unitarian liturgies to the Prayer Book (1741-1974)' TUHS 16:2 (1976) 63-81
Edwin Welch 'Correspondence of Theophilus Lindsey with the Countess of Huntingdon 1762-9' TUHS 16:2 (1976) 82-93
'In memoriam Harry Lismer Short' TUHS 16:2 (1976) 95

Volume 16:3 (1977)
Andrew M. Hill 'The successors of the remnant: a bicentenary account of St. Mark's Unitarian Church, Edinburgh 1: before 1776 until 1822' TUHS 16:3 (1977) 102-123
H. John McLachlan 'Some reflections on [W.} George and Dorothy Tarrant's contribution to Unitarian history and hymnology' TUHS 16:3 (1977) 124-132
Malcolm P.A. Court 'Non-subscribing Presbyterians and the Irish census in the 19th century: an example of confusion for statisticians' TUHS 16:3 (1977) 133-135
Alan Ruston 'The Gravel Pit Chapel, Hackney' TUHS 16:3 (1977) 136-137
Margaret Phelan 'The Guild Movement' TUHS 16:3 (1977) 137-139
H. John McLachlan 'A modern Leonardo: Sir George Cayley 1773-1857' TUHS 16:3 (1977) 139-140

Volume 16:4 (1978)
Andrew M. Hill 'The successors of the remnant: a bicentenary account of St. Mark's Unitarian Church, Edinburgh 2: from 1822 until 1976' TUHS 16:4 (1978) 149-175
Ian Sellers 'The Risley case' TUHS 16:4 (1978) 176-187
John Roberts 'The Van Mission' TUHS 16:4 (1978) 188-193
H. John McLachlan 'William Hazlitt 1778-1839' TUHS 16:4 (1978) 194-195

Volume 17:1 (1979)
Charles A. Howe 'British Universalism 1787-1825: Elhanan Winchester. William Vidler and the gospel of universal restoration' TUHS 17:1 (1979) 1-14
Alan Ruston 'Two Unitarian in France during the Revolution [Helen Maria Williams and John Hurford Stone]' TUHS 17:1 (1979) 15-28
P. Ollerhead 'Unitarianism in Crewe 1860-1840' TUHS 17:1 (1979) 29-36
'William Smith F.L.S... (1808-1857)' TUHS 17:1 (1979) 37

Volume 17:2 (1980)
Duncan S. McGuffie 'William Ellery Channing's religion and its influence' TUHS 17:2 (1980) 45-53
David L. Wykes 'John Paget M. D.. of Transylvania' TUHS 17:2 (1980) 54-72
H. John McLachlan 'Links between Transylvania and British Unitarians from the 17th century onwards' TUHS 17:2 (1980) 73-79
Leonard Smith 'Unitarians and the Gothic Revival' TUHS 17:2 (1980) 81-87

Volume 17:3 (1981)
John Seed 'Jeremiah Joyce, Unitarianism and the radical intelligentsia in the 17990s' TUHS 17:3 (1981) 97-108
Andrew M. Hill 'Unitarian congregation in Great Britain: a location list of their records 1' TUHS 17:3 (1981) 109-124
R. D. Woodhall 'Topsham Unitarian Chapel: a forgotten Devon cause 125-128 TUHS 17:3 (1981) 125-128
Alan Ruston 'William Wilberforce and Unitarianism' TUHS 17:3 (1981) 129-131
H. John McLachlan 'A curiosity of Welsh Unitarian literature [Charles Lloyd Particulars of the life of a dissenting minister (1813)] TUHS 17:3 (1981) 132-134

Volume 17:4 (1982)
H. John McLachlan 'The Non-subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland: its heritage and ethos' TUHS 17:4 (1982) 144-154
Andrew M. Hill 'Unitarian congregation in Great Britain: a location list of their records 2' TUHS 17:4 (1982) 155-169
John Seed 'Unitarian ministers as schoolmasters 1780-1850: some notes' TUHS 17:4 (1982) 170-176
'An unpublished letter from Cardinal Newman [to Charles Robert Newman 12th March 1862]' TUHS 17:3 (1981) 177-178
H. John McLachlan '[Letter] John Bright to Mary Carpenter' 16th May 1876]' TUHS 17:3 (1981) 178-179

Volume 18:1 (1983)
H. John McLachlan 'Joseph Priestley: chronology, brief bibliography and some observations' TUHS 18:1 (1983) 2-4
D. Elwyn J. Davies 'Priestley and Wales' TUHS 18:1 (1983) 5-8
Alan Ruston 'Priestley and the Gentleman's Magazine' TUHS 18:1 (1983) 9-13
H. John McLachlan 'The enigma of the Priestley memorial tablet : a probable solution [at New Meeting, Birmingham]' TUHS 18:1 (1983) 14-21
Helen M. Nicholson 'Brief account of the life of the ministry of William Turner on Newcastle upon Tyne 1761-1859' TUHS 18:1 (1983) 22-32
R. E. Goddard 'West Ham Lane Unitarian Christian Church, Stratford [London] 1857-1891 the first thirty years' TUHS 18:1 (1983) 33-45
[More record locations] TUHS 18:1 (1983) 46-50
'The New Meeting Society's reaction to Priestley's death' TUHS 18:1 (1983) 51-53

Volume 18:2 (1984)
G. M. Ditchfield 'A Unitarian view of English dissent in 1807' TUHS 18:2 (1984) 1-16
Peter B. Godfrey 'Joseph Hunter 1783-1861' TUHS 18:2 (1984) 17-23
Alan P. F. Sell 'Retirement denied: the life and ministry of Noah Jones (1725-1785)' TUHS 18:2 (1984) 24-38
Brian A. Packer 'The founding of the Liverpool Domestic Mission and its development under the ministry of John Johns' TUHS 18:2 (1984) 39-53
[More record locations] TUHS 18:2 (1984) 54

Volume 18:3 (1985)
Alan Ruston 'Unitarian trust funds: the Hibbert and the Rawdon' TUHS 18:3 (1985) 138-151
Helen M. Nicholson and H. John McLachlan 'Correspondence of Theophilus Lindsey and William Turner of Wakefield and his son (1771-1803)' TUHS 18:3 (1985) 152-164
[More record locations] TUHS 18:3 (1985) 164
H. John McLachlan 'An early nineteenth century common place book [of William Langley Beale 1865-1936]' TUHS 18:3 (1985) 165-166
Graham Murphy 'Ullet Road Church Library, Liverpool' TUHS 18:3 (1985) 167

Volume 18:4 (1986)
Robert K. Webb 'Views of Unitarianism from Halley's comet' TUHS 18:4 (1986) 180-195
H. John McLachlan 'Domesticity and romance in Victorian Ulster: peeps into a Non-Subscribing past [from letters addressed to Rev. George Hutton 1806-1860]' TUHS 18:4 (1986) 196-218
Alan Ruston 'The Unitarian correspondence of W. E. Gladstone: the British Library mss' TUHS 18:4 (1986) 219-224
Helen M. Nicholson 'A Unitarian vestry library [Hanover Square, Newcastle upon Tyne] TUHS 18:4 (1986) 225-226
[More record locations] TUHS 18:4 (1986) 236

Volume 19:1 (1987)
A. Phillip B. Hewett 'The social conscience of John Cordner' TUHS 19:1 (1987) 1-14
Alan R. Griffin 'William Hollins: the human dimension' TUHS 19:1 (1987) 15-23
Willard C. Frank Jr. 'Harry Toulmin and William Christie in Virginia 1793-1801' TUHS 19:1 (1987) 24-37
Alan Ruston 'When did the Presbyterian Chapels become Unitarian? The Dissenters' Chapels Bill petitions' TUHS 19:1 (1987) 38-40
H. John McLachlan 'A Dickensian touch [Kenilworth] TUHS 19:1 (1987) 41-42

Volume 19:2 (1988)
L.A.Garrard 'The Unitarian contribution to New Testament study in the 20th century' TUHS 19:2 (1988) 63-70 Andrew M. Hill 'Channing and British Unitarianism: sowing the seeds' TUHS 19:2 (1988) 71-77
Alan Ruston 'The omnibus radical : Rev. Henry Solly' TUHS 19:2 (1988) 78-91
D. Elwyn Davies 'Education and radical dissent in Wales in the 18th and 19th centuries 1' TUHS 19:2 (1988) 92-101
David Wykes 'Dissenting academy or Unitarian seminary? Manchester College at York (1803-1840)' TUHS 19:2 (1988) 102-112
H. John McLachlan 'The Scott collection: letters of Theophilus Lindsey and others to Russell Scott' TUHS 19:2 (1988) 113-129
'Bibliography: list of the historical works of H. John McLachlan' TUHS 19:2 (1988) 130-135
Volume 19:3 (1989)
G. M. Ditchfield 'Some Unitarian perceptions of Dr. Johnson' TUHS 19:3 (1989) 139-152
David Young 'Rev. Michael Maurice 1766-1855' TUHS 19:3 (1989) 153-167
Alan Ruston 'Unitarianism in Cornwall' TUHS 19:3 (1989) 168-180
D. Elwyn Davies 'Education and radical dissent in Wales in the 18th and 19th centuries 2' TUHS 19:3 (1989) 181-194

Volume 19:4 (1990)
Jeremy Goring 'Unitarianism: history, myth or make-believe' TUHS 19:4 (1990) 213-227
Digby Tantem 'Samuel Gaskell, distinguished psychiatrist, and his family' TUHS 19:4 (1990) 228-237
Alan Ruston 'Unitarianism in Northampton - Rev. John Horsey to Sir Philip Mansfield' TUHS 19:4 (1990) 238-251
H. John McLachlan 'Joseph Priestley and the study of history' TUHS 19:4 (1990) 252-263

Volume 20:1 (1991)
G. M. Ditchfield 'Priestley riots in historical perspective' TUHS 20:1 (1991) 3-16
David L. Wykes '"The spirit of persecutors exemplified": the Priestley riots and the victims of the church and king mobs' TUHS 20:1 (1991) 17-39
Ian Sellers 'Spanning Victoria and Edward: two urban ministries [James L. Haigh 1858-1937 and Charles Roper 1855-1927 ] around 1900' TUHS 20:1 (1991) 40-55
Owen Stinchcombe 'Elizabeth Malleson (1828-1916) and Unitarianism' TUHS 20:1 (1991) 56-61
Alan Ruston 'Clementia Taylor (1810-1908)' TUHS 20:1 (1991) 62-68

Volume 20:2 (1992)
Brian Packer 'Nonconformity in Tenterden: 1640-1750' TUHS 20:2 (1992) 81-97
Emily Bushrod 'The diary of John Gent Brooks - a Victorian commentary on poverty (1844-1854)' TUHS 20:2 (1992) 98-113
David Steers '"The bare-headed minister" - the radical career of James Vint Laughland' TUHS 20:2 (1992) 114-125
Alan Ruston 'The Lawrence family: 19th century Unitarian Forsytes?' TUHS 20:2 (1992) 126-136
S. M. Ditchfield 'Two unpublished letters of Theophilus Lindsey' TUHS 20:2 (1992) 137-142

Volume 20:3 (1993)
Alan Ruston 'Killed fighting for their country: two Unitarian ministers [E.S... Russell 1882-1917 Walter Short 1879-1917]' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 151-160
G. M. Ditchfield 'The Lindsey-Wyvill correspondence' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 161-176
Philip Noble Tindall 'Roman Catholics and Unitarians: an account of reciprocal help and comfort 1' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 177-186
Tony Rail 'Looted Priestley and [William] Russell correspondence in the Public Record Office, London: Part 1 - three letters to Joseph Priestley' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 187-202
Notes: TUHS 20:3 (1993)
A .K. Ross 'Samuel Gaskell' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 203-205
Alan Ruston 'The Unitarian field marshal [Sir Neville Chamberlain 1820-1902] and snooker' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 206-210
'Burials in Sussex' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 211-212
Alan Ruston 'The papers of Rev. J. A. Pearson' TUHS 20:3 (1993) 212-214

Volume 20:4 (1994)
Arthur J. Long 'What did Mr. Gladstone say in 1844 - the Dissenters' Chapels Act after 150 years' TUHS 20:4 (1994) 233-257
Alan Ruston 'W. E. Gladstone and the Dissenters' Chapels Bill' TUHS 20:4 (1994) 258-266
Alan Ruston 'Dissenters' Chapels Bill - a contemporary account' TUHS 20:4 (1994) 267-270
Philip Noble Tindall 'Roman Catholics and Unitarians: an account of reciprocal help and comfort 2' TUHS 20:4 (1994) 271-282
R. S. Roper and Alan Ruston 'The Rochdale Pioneers - 150th anniversary' TUHS 20:4 (1994) 283-286
Leonard Smith 'Unitarians and the second phase of co-operation' TUHS 20:4 (1994) 287-296
Leonard Smith ' H. V. Mills and the Westmoreland Commune' TUHS 20:4 (1994)

Volume 21:1 (1995)
Ruth Watts 'To civil and religious liberty the world over' TUHS 21:1 (1995) 1-14
Alex Kolaczkowski 'Jerom Murch and Unitarianism in Bath 1833-45' TUHS 21:1 (1995) 15-29
Andrew M. Hill 'William Adam: Unitarian missionary' TUHS 21:1 (1995) 30-42
Arthur J. Long 'The Dissenters' Chapels Act after 150 years' TUHS 21:1 (1995) 43-55
Eric H. Cossee 'The influence of James Martineau in the Netherlands' 56-58 TUHS 21:1 (1995)
Alan Ruston 'Pioneer Preachers' 62-64 TUHS 21:1 (1995)

Volume 21:2 (1996)
David Steers 'The origin and development of the Domestic Mission movement in Liverpool and Manchester' TUHS 21:2 (1996) 79-103
Alan Griffin 'Sunday schools in the East Midland mining district in 1841' TUHS 21:2 (1996) 104-116
Alan Ruston 'London's east End Domestic Mission - Spicer Street, Buxton Street and Mansfield Street' TUHS 21:2 (1996) 117-135
E. Basil Short 'The beginnings of Bridport nonconformity' TUHS 21:2 (1996) 136-142

Volume 21:3 (1997)
Keith Gilley 'Gertrude von Petzold' TUHS 21:3 (1997) 157-172
David L. Wykes '"A good discourse, well explained in 35 minutes": Unitarians and preaching in the early nineteenth century' TUHS 21:3 (1997) 173-190
Tony Rail 'Looted Priestley and Russell correspondence etc.: part 2, six letters to William Russell (1740-1818)' TUHS 21:3 (1997) 191-204
Alan Ruston 'New light on Joseph Cooke' 205-212 TUHS 21:3 (1997)
Ralph Waller 'Scenes of Manchester College from the eyes of James Martineau' TUHS 21:3 (1997) 213-217

Volume 21:4 (1998)
Leonard Smith 'A great let-down and its legacy': the new Theology and the Order of the Brotherhood of the Pioneer Preachers' TUHS 21:4 (1998) 235-253
Grayson M. Ditchfield 'Unitarians and philanthropy 1760-1810' TUHS 21:4 (1998) 254-268
Alan Ruston 'Unitarian attitudes towards World War 1' TUHS 21:4 (1998) 269-284
Tony Rail 'William Russell 1740-1818' TUHS 21:4 (1998) 285-295
Tony Cross 'James Martineau and Rodolph Suffield' TUHS 21:4 (1998) 296-301
Marten Hutt 'John Aikin: biographical memoirs of medicine in Great Britian (1780) TUHS 21:4 (1998) 302-310

Volume 22:1(1999)
Phillip Hewett 'A faith transplanted: the Unitarian expereince in Canada, Australia and New Zealand' TUHS 22:1 (1999) 1-17
Ruth Watts 'Unitarians and education 1800-1860' TUHS 22:1 (1999) 18-36
Rachel Eckersley 'John Cartwright: radical reformer and Unitarian?' TUHS 22:1 (1999) 37-53
Alan Ruston 'Robert Spears - the Unitarian dynomo' TUHS 22:1 (1999) 54-67
Cliff Reed ' Bedfield Unitarian Chapel' TUHS 22:1 (1999) 68-75
Peter Godfrey 'Notes: records held at Essex Hall' TUHS 22:1 (1999) 76-78
Alan Ruston 'Walter Lloyd and the Open Trust Myth' TUHS 22:1 (1999) 79-81

Volume 22:2 (2000)
Gerald Parsons 'Unitarians & Bishop Colenso 1862-65', TUHS 22:2 (2000) 97-110
Garth Turner 'Unitarian Preachers in Liverpool Cathedral 1933', TUHS 22:2 (2000) 111-129
Grayson.M.Ditchfield 'Some Unitarian Wills in the age of Lindsey', TUHS 22.2 (2000) 130-141
Virginia Clark 'Stamford St Chapel 1868, a Unitarian First for Women's Suffrage', TUHS 22.2 (2000) 142-149
Alan Ruston 'Note - Unitarians killed in World War 1, TUHS 22.2 (2000) 150

Volume 22:2 (2000) - Supplement
Obituaries of Unitarian Ministers 1900-1999, Index and Synopsis, Compiled by Alan Ruston, 164-246

Volume 22:3 (2001)
Arthur Long 'Unitarian Thought in the 20th century Part 1, TUHS 22:3 (2001) 247-260
Tony Cross 'RR Suffield's Croydon ministry 1870-1877, TUHS 22:3 (2001) 261-274
David Steers 'Samuel Haliday 1685-1739', TUHS 22:3 (2001) 275-289
Robert K Webb 'Six Years with the New DNB', TUHS 22:3 (2001) 290-312

Volume 22:4 (2002)
James Martineau: A Retrospect
Valerie Sanders 'James and Harriet: Brother and Sister', TUHS 22:4 (2002) 322-338
Ralph Waller 'James Martineau: the Critical Mind and the Will to Believe', TUHS 22:4 (2002) 339-354
J. Frank Schulman ' Martineau on the Ministry', TUHS 22:4 (2202) 355-370
Alan Ruston ' James Martineau and the Unitarian Association', TUHS 22:4 (2202) 371-383
Jeremy Goring 'Martineau, Maurice & Newman', TUHS 22:4 (2002) 384-392
Andrew Brown 'Martineau's Hymn Books', TUHS 22:4 (2002) 393-408
Alan Ruston 'Review Article - the Women's Suffrage Movement', TUHS 22:4 (2202) 409-410

TUHS: LIST OF ARTICLES 2003-2006 (to appear in TUHS 2007)

Volume 23:1 (2003)
Andrew Hill ' The Obscure Mosaic of British Universalism An Outline and Bibliographical Guide, TUHS 23:1 (2203) 421- 444.
Arthur Long 'Unitarian Thought in the Twentieth Century Part 2', TUHS 23:1 (2003) 445- 464.
Tony Cross 'Damning Sin she has no mind to: Harriet Martineau and William Taylor's reputation' TUHS 23:1 (2003) 465- 471.
Jeremy Goring 'Young Tom Paine: Wesleyan Methodist or Rational Dissenter? TUHS 23:1 472- 478.
Notes: Henry Solly TUHS 23:1 485-486; Simon F McDonald TUHS 23:1 (2003) 486.
Supplement: List of articles and notes which have appeared in the Transactions 1917-2002, compiled by Andrew Hill, TUHS 23:1 (2003).

Volume 23:2 (2004)
Joseph Priestley 200th Anniversary of his death GH Ditchfield 'The Preceptor of Nations Joseph Priestley and Theophilus Lindsey, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 495-512.
David L Wykes 'We have lived very quietly and comfortably here Jospeh Priestley at Hackney September 1791- April 1794, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 513- 527.
Alan Seaburg, The last Universalist Ministers in Britain: George MacGregor-Reid and Arthur Peacock, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 530- 562.
Andrew Brown, A Brush with the Unitarian Ministry: JH Muirhead, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 563- 567
Note: Priestley and the Hackney Congregation, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 528-529
Supplement: Table of Contents and Index 1999-2002.

Volume 23:3 (2005)
Unitarian College Manchester 150th anniversary
Alan Rimmer 'Anne Dawson's Diary 1721-1722', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 575-583.
Arthur Long and Alan Ruston 'Unitariariorum in Anglia: a Latin Message to Transylvania Part 1', TUHS 23:2 (2005) 584-594.
Frederick Hale 'Sidney Spencer on Christianity, Pacifiicsm and the Spanish Tragedy', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 595 -614, with Editor's note on Sidney Spencer (1888-1974).
David L Wykes 'Training Ministers suited to the wants of the less educated classes; the establishment of the Unitarian Home Misssionary Board' TUHS 23:3 (2005) 615-624.
Leonard Smith 'The 1851 Religious Census and the Unitarian Home Misssionary Board 1854', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 625-628.
Alan Ruston 'A Sandwich of Principals', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 629- 632.
Note: A Martineau Jewish Marriage ceremony 1842? TUHS 23:3 (2005) 644.
Supplement: Obituaries of Unitarian Ministers 1900-1999, corrections and additions, TUHS 23:3 (2005).

Volume 23:4 (2006)
James Martineau 200th Anniversary of his birth
Audrey Burrell 'Thomas Percival - pioneer of medical and social reform', TUHS 23:4 (2006) 649- 662.
Arthur Long and Alan Ruston 'Unitariorum in Anglia Part 2', TUHS 23:4 (2006) 663- 670.
Alan Ruston 'James Martineau - Political, Social, Personal', and two Reviews of books on Martineau, TUHS 23: 4 (2006) 671- 688.
Notes: Sir Neville Chamberlain and Snooker, TUHS 23:4 (2206) 689-690;
Ramsey MacDonald, Unitarian Lay Preacher, TUHS 23:4 (2006) 690- 692;
Joseph Cooke, transcript of a letter, TUHS 23:4 692-693.
Supplement: Obituaries of Unitarian Ministers 1850-1899, Index and Synopsis, compiled by Alan Ruston.

Volume 24:1 (2007)
Unitarian Historical Society – on line
Alison Kennedy 'Paths to History – John Kenrick'
Matthias Jochumsson 'National Poet and Unitarian protégé Thórunn Erlu Valdimarsdóttir'
Tony Cross 'A Unitarian Ministry of "quite special happiness" RR Suffield in Reading'
Notes: James Martineau and the USA
TUHS: List of Articles 2003-2006
Reviews, Theses, Deaths of Vice Presidents
Supplements: Volume 23 Table of Contents and Index
Obituaries of Unitarian Ministers 1800-1849, Index and
Synopsis, compiled by Alan Ruston

Volume 24:2 (2008)
"Deconsidered by Men" Women and the British Unitarian Movement before 1904 – Ann Peart
A Unitarian Saint? Theophilus Lindsey 1728-1808 – G.M. Ditchfield
The Chamberlains and Unitarianism – Alan Ruston
The Religion of Crabb Robinson – Timothy Whelan
Notes from the West Country – Brian Packer
In Memoriam
Reviews
Articles
Unitarian Classics on CD ROM
Digital availability of Transactions

Volume 24:3 (2009)
Unitarian MPs in the 19th century – D.W. Bebbington
Priestley's Connections with Catholics and Jews – Simon Mills
G.Eyre Evans and Topsham – Roger Thorne
Notes from the West Country – Brian Packer
Reviews
Supplement: 'Unitarian Members of Parliament in the Nineteenth Century: A Catalogue', compiled by D.W. Bebbington

Volume 24:4 (2010)
Editorial announcement
"Corporate Suicide is the next best thing that lies before them": the Unitarian General Baptists around 1828 - Andrew M. Hill
Radical Politics and Unitarian Piety: The Life and career of Benjamin Flower, 1755-1829 - Timothy Whelan
William Ewart Gladstone – a Unitarian connection? - Alan Ruston
Scholarship or the Practical skills of the Ministry? Manchester College at York - David L. Wykes
Review
Articles
Surman Online Index.

Volume 25:1 (2011)
New Editor
William Hincks in Canada – Phillip Hewett
Unitarian Hymnbooks 1795-1914 – Alan Ruston
Unitarians after the French Revolution: Theophilus Lindsey Letters 1791-1801 – G.M. Ditchfield
Service Faithfully Performed: Charles Coe - David Craven
Note: For Everything a Season: Bedfield Unitarian Chapel – Clifford Reed
Articles
Reviews

Volume 25:2 (2012)
British Unitarianism in the 20th century – a survey - Alan Ruston
Unitarian Worship during the 20th century - Andrew M. Hill
'Ideals Live On': D. Basil Martin - Gerard Charmley
Unitarians at the Southern Mechanics' Institutes - Jana Sims
Notes: A Unitarian Murder 'Refusal to Support a Corrupt Church'
Reviews
Unitarian history on the Web
1662-2012 Commemoration

Volume 25:3 (2013)
Note from the Editor
Newcome Cappe at York - Andrew M. Hill
The Kingdons of Exeter and Colyton - Brian Packer
Professor Robert Keifer Webb - Leonard Smith, Andrew M. Hill and David L. Wykes
Reviews
Note - William Youatt, Unitarian minister and leading vet
Articles

Volume 25:4 (2014)
'Dissenting Academy or Unitarian Seminary? Manchester College in the early twentieth century' by Alan Ruston
'Philip Doddridg's Youth's Scheme, with a previously unpublished letter' by Tony Rail and Beryl Thomas
'From Manchester to Auckland: Jessie Heywood and the Auckland Unitarian Church' by Wayne Facer
'Rev Thomas Loveder' by John Pile
Reviews
Notes
Articles
Supplement: 'Obituaries of Unitarian Ministers 1800-2014' by Alan Ruston

Volume 26:1 (2015)
Essays in Honour of Alan Ruston
William Tayleur of Shrewsbury (1712-96): A case study in eighteenth-century lay religious leadership, G.M. Ditchfield
The contribution of British naval officers to the advancement of nineteenth-century Unitarianism, Leonard Smith
Wilhelm Benecke, Crabb Robinson, and 'rational' faith, 1819-1837, Timothy Whelan
Educating students for the Unitarian ministry in the early nineteenth century, David L. Wykes
The extraordinary life and death of Edward Hammond (1818-1867), Daniel Costley
William Gaskell's place in Unitarian history, Ann Peart
The Rev John Orr of Comber, county Down and Cambridge, Massachusetts, David Steers
In trust for the worship of God? Or Robert Spears' last stand. Frederick Sydney Morris and St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, York, Andrew M. Hill
Bibliography of Alan Ruston's published historical works
Supplement: Notes (Website, papers of W.G. Tarrant), Reviews.

Volume 26:2 (2016)
Bells and Bell-ringing in Unitarian Chapels with an Inventory of their Locations - Leonard Smith
Selling Manchester College: 1949 and the aftermath - Alan Ruston
Harriet Martineau and 'safety' in the after-life - John Warren
Reviews
Unitarian Historical Society website and online resources

Volume 26:3 (2017)
Francis Dávid (Dávid Ferenc, c.1520-1579) - Donald A. Bailey
Socinians Out – Dr Williams's Trust in the 1840s - Alan Ruston
The Centenary of the Unitarian Historical Society - David Steers
Note - James Martineau – a neglected source - Alan Ruston
Record Section – an unpublished letter of James Martineau - David Steers
New PhD Thesis at the University of Kent - Valerie Smith
Reviews
Obituaries

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