Church Association was founded in 1865. The Monthly Intelligencer was first published in 1867.
Objects of the Association
To Uphold the Doctrines, Principles, and Order of the United Church of England and Ireland, and to counteract the efforts now being made to pervert her teaching on essential points of the Christian faith, or assimilate her Services to those of the Church of Rome, and further to encourage concerted action for the advancement and progress of spiritual Religion.
The details are taken from the bound copies of the journal.
Volume 1 - March 1867 to January 1868
Volume 2 - March 1868 to February 1869
Volume 3 - March 1869 to February 1870
Volume 4 - March 1870 to February 1871
Volume 5 - March 1871 to February 1872
Volume 6 - March 1872 to February 1873
Volume 7 - March 1873 to December 1873
Volume 8 - January to December 1874
Volume 9 - January to December 1875
Volume 10 - January to December 1876
Volume 11 - January to December 1877
Volume 12 - January to December 1878
Volume 13 - January to December 1879
Volume 14 - January to December 1880
Volume 15 - January to December 1881
Volume 16 - January to December 1882
Volume 17 - January to December 1883
Two well-known names appear frequently in the early pages of the 'Intelligencer', those of the Revd J C Ryle and the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury