Issue 1 - January 1875
P.1 - "Collect To Be Used in the Present Crisis"
P.2 - The association's publications, Tracts XXX - XXXVIII and Leaflets XIX - XXI are recorded.
P.4-5 - "The memorials to the Queen and the Bishops" - Friends of the Association are encouraged to sign these memorials, some 96,000 signatures are already reported.
P.14-20 - "The christian Ministry" additional article by Mr. Valpy, following his on P.380 of Volume VIII.
P.20-25 - The Mackonochie Case - Judgment and press comments.
Issue 2 - February 1875
P.47-49 - Further proceedings on the Mackonochie and prestbury cases.
P.50-53 - "The Capel-Liddon Corresondence"
P.56-59 - "The Monuments of Superstition"
P.60-83 - "The Capel-Liddon Controversy" - further correspondence.
Issue 3 - March 1875
P.87-88 - "Lord's Supper. A. D. 1674" - An illustration and comment.
P.88-89 - "Memorials to the Queen and archbishops" - some 150,000 signatures have been recorded.
P.90 - "A. M. D. G. What do English Clergymen Mean By Using the Sign of the Jesuits?"
P.91-106 - "Annual report"
Issue 4 - April 1875
P.120-127 - "Episcopal Address" - by both Archbishops and 24 of the English Bishops.
P.127-131 - "The Christian Ministry" - further article by Mr Valpy following his earlier writings in Volume VIII and P.20 of this Volume.
P.132-145 - "Annual Meeting" - Proceedings
P.146- 155 - "Exeter reredos case" - Judgment.
Issue 5 - May 1875
P.160 - Appeal for funds.
P.161-162 - "Memorial Against Vestments and the eastward position" - The memorial was signed by 146,650 Members of the Church of England, a list of prominent subscribers is given.
P.164-177 - "Convocation and the Rubrics" - The proceedings and canon Swainson's speech in Convocation.
Issue 6 - June 1875
P.192-199 - "Public Worship Regulation Act" - Address by the Association Council to Churchwardens and others.
P.199-202 - "The eastward Position - reasons against" by Rev R P Blakeney.
P.203-231 - The Spring Conference - Proceedings.
P.231 - "Letter from rev A R Mackonochie to the Archbishop of Canterbury"
Issue 7 - july 1875
P.236 - Tracts XXXIX-XLIV published.
P.237 - "Memorial to the Queen Against Vestments and the Eastward Position" - Schedule of the 140,481 signatories, including peers and senior military personnel.
P.239 - Detail of the Mackonochie case.
P.239-241 - "Church Hymnals. The Special Need in Case of Selection."
P.241-247 - "The Christian Ministry. Is it Sacerdotal in its Functions?"
P.249-253 - "The Rev W E Jelf on Confession"
Issue 8 - August 1875
P.268 - "The Sacerdotal System of 1640"
P.269-273 - "Vestments" by Rev W Milton.
P.273-276 - "Is the Church of England Worth Preserving?"
P.277-281 - "The Ornaments Rubric"
P.283-286 - "The Rev A H Mackonochie's Letter to the Bishop of London" and comments.
P.287-294 - "Public Worship Regulation Act, 1874"
Issue 9 - September 1875
P.303-305 - The Mackonochie case continues.
P.308-312 - "The Testimony of the Zurich Letters" - Article on the collection of 16th century letters published by the Parker Society.
P.312-317 - "Rubrical Observance" - letters, including one by Rev J C Ryle.
P.317-318 - "The Church Association and the Public Worship Regulation Act"
P.320-323 - "The Old Catholics' Conference at Bonn"
P.325-326 - "The Secret Origin of Ritualism"
Issue 10 - October 1875
P.335-350 - "The Church of England is protestant" - Historical testimony to the Protestantism of the Church of England from her articles, formularies, constitution, high church authorities and convocation.
P.350-356 - "Public Worship Regulation Act" - Correspondence.
Issue 11 - November 1875
P.384-395 - "The Zurich Letters" - continued from P.312.
P.396-399 - "Historical Record of the Attempt to Convert the Table into an Altar, and Testimony to the Proper Position of the Celebrant"
Issue 12 - December 1875
P.407 - Rt Rev Bishop Alford elected Vice-President.
P.409 - Further paragraph on the Mackonochie case.
P.411-466 - "The Conference at Liverpool" - Proceedings
P.467-470 - "The Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol on the Churches of England and Rome"