The five-volume edition of the Complete Works of Frances Ridley Havergal by the Havergal Trust totals 8,014 pages and is full of gold.
It was the goal of David Chalkley, the compiler and editor, to “lick the platter clean” so that the reader could be fully introduced to Frances, her life, her family, and the people who were important to her. There is only one item that has never been found, and that is Frances’ pamphlet, The Five Benefits.
All the items in the edition are written by F.R.H. unless specified otherwise.
Volume I – 1,334 pages
Behold Your King: The Complete Poetical Works of Frances Ridley Havergal
- The Poetical Works of Frances Ridley Havergal, the Nisbet edition
- Poems not found in Nisbet’s Poetical Works
- Echoes from the Word
- Royal Gems and Wayside Chimes
- Red Letter Days
- Poems by William Henry Havergal, Jane Miriam (Havergal) Crane, Ellen Prestage (Havergal) Shaw, and Maria V. G. Havergal
Volume II – 1,316 pages
Whose I Am and Whom I Serve: Prose Works of Frances Ridley Havergal
- “One Hour with Jesus”
- My King
- Royal Commandments
- Royal Bounty
- The Royal Invitation
- Loyal Responses
- Kept for the Master’s Use
- Starlight Through the Shadows
- “All Things”
- “Him with Whom we have to do”
- “Hints for Lady Workers at Mission Services”
- “The Approaching Mission Services”
- “Mottoes for Open Air Mission Workers”
- “The Dream Cathedral”
- “Christmas Decorations”
- “United Bible Reading”
- “Words about Work”
- “Holiday Work”
- “Our Swiss Guide”
- “Hinderers and Hindrances”
- “I also . . . for thee”
- “Excerpts : on Music, etc.”
- “I do not fear death.”
- Specimen Glasses for the King’s Minstrels
- F.R.H.’s last, uncompleted “Specimen Glass” on Horatius Bonar
- Miriam Crane’s “Specimen Glass” on F.R.H.’s hymns
- Miriam Crane’s “Specimen Glass” on William Henry Havergal’s hymns
- Hints on Bible Marking by Mrs. Stephen Menzies
- My Bible Study for the Sundays of the Year
- Treasure Trove
- Home Words Birthday Book
- Open Letter “To the Members of the Young Women’s Christian Association”
- Prefaces and Items by F.R.H. on Music
- “Hints for Irish Society Collectors”
- “How Much for Jesus” and Other Items Published in Periodicals
- Never Say Die by Samuel Gillespie Prout, edited by F.R.H.
- Bible studies by F.R.H.
Volume III – 916 pages
Loving Messages for the Little Ones: Works for Children by Frances Ridley Havergal
- Bruey: A Little Worker for Christ
- The Four Happy Days
- Little Pillows
- Morning Bells
- Morning Stars
- Ben Brightboots and Other True Stories, Hymns, and Music
- Lilies and Shamrocks
- A Wise and Holy Child by William Henry Havergal
- “The Sister of ‘A Wise and Holy Child’ ” by Maria V. G. Havergal or possibly by F.R.H.
- Streamlets of Song for the Young and other poems for young people
- Sacred Songs for Little Singers, words by F.R.H., music by Alberto Randegger
- “The Children’s Triumph,” words and music by F.R.H., and other songs.
Volume IV – 1742 pages
Love for Love: Frances Ridley Havergal: Memorials, Letters, and Biographical Works
- Memorials of Frances Ridley Havergal by Maria Vernon Graham Havergal
- Article on Great Campden House by Maria V. G. Havergal
- Frances Ridley Havergal as a Sunday-School Teacher
- Articles on Elizabeth Clay and Cecilia Havergal Grant
- Letters by the Late Frances Ridley Havergal edited by Maria V. G. Havergal
- Swiss Letters and Alpine Poems by F.R.H., edited by Jane Miriam (Havergal) Crane
- The Last Week by Maria V. G. Havergal
- Dr. John Tinson Wrenford and Frances Ridley Havergal
- Lilies and Shamrocks by Caroline W. Ashby and F.R.H. (Included in Volume III, this is included here also.)
- Frances Ridley Havergal as a Musician
- Poems In Memoriam after F.R.H.’s Death
- Published Articles and Letters after F.R.H.’s Death
- Published Notices on the Havergal Memorial Fund
- Published Reviews of Items Written by F.R.H.
- The Autobiography of Maria Vernon Graham Havergal edited by J. Miriam Crane
- Records of the Life of the Rev. William Henry Havergal, M.A. by J. Miriam Crane
- Statements of Appreciation for W.H.H.
- Published Articles about W.H.H.
- The Pastor Remembered and the Brethren Entreated, memorial volume on W.H.H., by Charles Bullock and Andrew James Symington
- “The Havergal Family: Some Lingering Memories” by S. B. James
- Outlines of a Gentle Life (biography of Ellen Prestage Havergal Shaw) by Maria V. G. Havergal
- Pleasant Fruits by Maria V. G. Havergal
- Cripple Joseph by Maria V. G. Havergal
- Footprints and Living Songs by Emily M. Coombe, F.R.H., and J. Miriam Crane
- Memorials of Little Nony by her mother, Mrs. Heywood
- Within the Palace Gates by Charles Bullock
- Near the Throne by Charles Bullock
- The Sisters by Charles Bullock
- Chapters on F.R.H. and W.H.H. in The Crown of the Road by Charles Bullock
- Scriptural Remembrances of a Faithful Pastor about Charles Busbridge Snepp, with other pieces by or about Rev. Snepp
- Article on J. C. Ryle by Charles Bullock
- Frances Ridley Havergal by Thomas Herbert Darlow
- Article by Lewis H. Court, Havergal College, and poem by Oswald Chambers
- Frances Ridley Havergal : Worcestershire Hymnwriter by Janet Grierson
- Singing for Jesus by Janet Grierson
- Articles by Janet Grierson, and brief essays by Stanley Ward
- “Fanny Crosby’s British Counterpart” by Warren Wiersbe
- “The Farewell Sermon” by Rev. J. H. Rogers, St. Paul’s Church, Leamington, November 26, 1876
- Six Lectures on the Ark of the Covenant by Rev. William Henry Havergal
- Sermons, Chiefly on Historical Subjects from the Old and New Testaments Volume I, the Old Testament, by William Henry Havergal
- Sermons, Chiefly on Historical Subjects from the Old and New Testaments Volume II, the New Testament, by W.H.H.
- A third volume of Sermons by W.H.H. and John East
- Quotations by or about C. H. Spurgeon on F.R.H.
- Publication of Books by F.R.H. Before and After Her Death
(Various newspaper and magazine articles, letters, and advertisements are also given in a number of places in Volume II and Volume IV.)
Volume V – 2706 pages
Songs of Truth and Love: Music by Frances Ridley Havergal and William Henry Havergal
- Introductory essays on Frances Ridley Havergal as a musician
- Havergal ’s Psalmody and Century of Chants—primarily music by William Henry Havergal, edited by F.R.H.
- Songs of Grace and Glory—hymnal edited by C.B.Snepp (words) and F.R.H. (music)
- Sacred Songs for Little Singers—words by F.R.H., set to music by Alberto Randegger (Included in Volume III, this is included here also.)
- Songs of Peace and Joy—words by F.R.H., set to music by Charles H. Purday
- Loyal Responses—with music—words and music by F.R.H.
- Art Songs and other scores by F.R.H.
- Music by William Henry Havergal
- Music by Henry East Havergal
- Scores with words by F.R.H. set to music by other composers