The Bibliography is divided into primary and secondary sources. The Primary Sources section begins with archives (including manuscript and printed reports). The archives are listed in alphabetical order. For convenience of reference, both manuscript and printed materials have been included within each archive listing. Where relevant, material within each archive relating to a specific individual has been listed under a separate subheading. After the archives, the sermons of the six individuals with whom this study is concerned are listed in alphabetical order of preacher, followed by sermons and tracts of other individuals that are pertinent to the study. The next four sections list parliamentary papers; directories; newspapers; and items from nineteenth-century religious periodicals and journals respectively. The final section includes reports from various churches and other voluntary societies.
Secondary sources are grouped together, followed by theses and unpublished manuscripts.
Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society Archives (held at Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society (Pilgrim Homes), Head Office: Nasmith House, 175 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2AL.)
Aged Pilgrims' Asylum, Camberwell, Minute Book, 1837-47.
Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, Camberwell, Lady Visitors' Minutes, 1835-52.
Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, Casebook, fos. 1-5140.
Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society Minute Book, 1825-32.
Annual Reports of the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, Rules of the Society, London 1852.
Forty-Fifth Annual Report of the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Society, London, 1852.
Minute Book for Bethel Asylum, Havil Street, Camberwell, including Indenture of 17 September 1841, between William Peacock, and Joseph Irons, Joseph Barber Wilks, and James Duthoit.