General

Wilbur, Earl Morse. A Bibliography of the Pioneers of the Socinian-Unitarian Movement in Modern Christianity, in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Holland. Sussidi eruditi, vol. 1. Rome: Edizioni di storia e letteratura, 1950. (80 p.; 26 cm.) [Ref. Z7845.U5 W5 (also stacks)]

A table of contents appears on pp. [79]-80.

Sand, Christoph. Bibliotheca antitrinitariorum. 1684. Reprint, Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii Polskiej Akademii Nauk, Biblioteka pisarzy reforma cyjnych, 6. Varsoviae [Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe], 1967. (xvi, 316 p. 17 cm.; Facsimile reprint of Freistadt [i.e., Amsterdam], 1684 ed.) [Ref. Z7845.U5 S2 1967]

The Bibliotheca antitrinitariorum is a brief biographical dictionary of all antitrinitarian writers from the Reformation to 1684, with an account of their writings. It was prepared for publication by Benedict Wiszowaty, who appended eight brief writings on the history of Polish Socinianism.

Wallace, Robert. Antitrinitarian biography; or, Sketches of the lives and writings of distinguished antitrinitarians; exhibiting a view of the state of the Unitarian doctrine and worship in the principal nations of Europe, from the reformation to the close of the seventeenth century: to which is prefixed a history of Unitarianism in England during the same period. 3 vols. London: E. T. Whitfield, 1850. [Ref. BX9867.W3]

Includes a chronological table of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century antitrinitarianism and a 392-page historical introduction to British Unitarianism in Volume 1. The biographical entries are arranged in approximate chronological order, with partial bibliographical information. (Certain irregularities in bibliographical citations should be noted: e.g., Latin titles of works by non-English writers are translated into English; see 'Preface,' esp. pp. xxvi-xxix.) Materials in the Appendix in Volume 3 are cross-referenced in the text.

Williams, George Huntston. The Radical Reformation. 3d ed. Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, vol. 15. Kirksville, Mo.: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1992. (xlvi, 1516 p.; ill.; 23 cm.) [Ref. BR307.W5 1992 (also stacks)]

Indexes include an index of source documents; an index of creeds, confessions, canons, etc.; an index of councils, colloquies, synods and debates; and an index of scripture references. Maps appear on lining papers. Includes bibliographical references (pp. 1313-1382).

Wilbur, Earl Morse. A History of Unitarianism. Volume 1: Socinianism and Its Antecedents. Volume 2: In Transylvania, England, and America. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1945-52. [BX9831.W49 1945 v.1-2]

Great Britain

Ouren, Dallas L. Some Major Unitarian Chapels in Great Britain. 2 vols. N.p., 1984. (2 v.: ill.; 29 cm. Photocopy of handwritten manuscript.) [Ref. BX9834.O87 1984]

'Very rough draft.' Includes notes on the ministers and buildings of various British congregations. Bibliographic references are incomplete and appear within the body of the manuscript, primarily titles and dates of publications by the various ministers. A list of congregations appears at the beginning along with a few illustrations.

Ouren, Dallas L. Some Presbyterian/Unitarian Chapels/Churches of the British Isles. [Cambridge: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, 1982?] ([103] leaves; 29 cm. Photocopy of typescript; title page note reads 'Evans, revised & abridged.) [Ref. BX5203.E9 O97 (also folio stacks)]

Includes a bibliography of British Presbyterian and Unitarian writings (leaves 2-5). Entries are arranged by town and include names and dates of ministers and relevant bibliographic references. Also includes the following lists, arranged at the end of the manuscript: Journals; Presidents of the BFUA (1825-1928) and of the General Assembly (1929-1982); Anniversary Sermons (1826-1976); and Officers of Manchester College (1793-1981) and the Unitarian Home Missionary College (1854-1914).