Taylor, Stephen & Fincham, Kenneth (2017). Episcopalian Identity, 1640-1662. In The Oxford History of Anglicanism. I: Reformation and Identity c.1520-1662. Milton, Anthony Oxford University Press. 457-482.
Stephen Taylor (2010). George III’s recovery from madness celebrated: precedent and innovation in the observance of royal celebrations and commemorations. In From the Reformation to the permissive society. A miscellany in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Lambeth Palace Library. Stephen Taylor & Melanie Barber Church of England Record Society. 18: 211-267.
Taylor, Stephen (2010). The restoration of the dean and canons in 1660. In St George’s Chapel, Windsor. History, architecture, furnishings. Essays in honour of Eileen Scarff. Saul, Nigel & Tatton-Brown, Tim Dovecote Press. 125-133, 244-245.
Taylor, Stephen (2009). An English dissenter and the crisis of European protestantism: Roger Morrice’s perceptions of European politics in the 1680s. In War and religion in Europe 1648–1713. Onnekink, David Ashgate. 177-195.
Taylor, Stephen (2007). The clergy at the courts of George I and George II. In Monarchy and religion. The transformation of royal culture in eighteenth-century Europe. Schaich, Michael Oxford University Press. 129-151.
(2004). 'Sir Robert Walpole', 'Edmund Gibson (bishop of London)', 'Benjamin Hoadly (bishop of Winchester)', 'William Wake (archbishop of Canterbury)', 'Queen Caroline (of Ansbach)', and others. In Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. LVI, LVII, X, XXII, XXVII.
Stephen Taylor (2004). Un Etat confessionel? L’Eglise d’Angleterre, la constitution et la vie politique au XVIIIe siècle. In L’identité anglicane. Alain Joblin & Jacques Sys Artois Presses Université. 141-154.
Taylor, Stephen & Parry, J. P. (2000). Parliament and the Church of England from the Reformation to the twentieth century. In Parliament and the Church, 1529–1960. Taylor, Stephen & Parry, J. P. Edinburgh University Press. 1-13.
Stephen Taylor (1999). Bishop Edmund Gibson’s proposals for church reform. In From Cranmer to Davidson. A Church of England miscellany. Stephen Taylor The Boydell Press. 169-202.
Stephen Taylor (1998). Queen Caroline and the Church of England. In Hanoverian Britain and Empire. Essays in memory of Philip Lawson. Stephen Taylor, Richard Connors & Clyve Jones The Boydell Press. 82-101.
Stephen Taylor (1995). "Dr Codex" and the whig "pope": Edmund Gibson, bishop of Lincoln and London, 1716–48. In Lords of Parliament: studies 1714–1914. R.W. Davis Stanford University Press. 9-28, 183-191.
Stephen Taylor (1995). The government and the episcopate in mid-eighteenth-century England: the uses of patronage. In Patronages et clientélismes 1550–1750 (France, Angleterre, Espagne, Italie). Charles Giry-Deloison & Roger Mettam Centre d’Histoire de la Région du Nord et de l’Europe de Nord-ouest and Institut Français du Royaume-Uni. 191-205.
Taylor,Stephen & John Walsh (1993). The Church and Anglicanism in the “long” eighteenth century. In The Church of England c. 1689 – c. 1833. From Toleration to Tractarianism. Walsh, John, Haydon, Colin & Taylor, Stephen Cambridge University Press. 1-64.
Taylor, Stephen (1989). The bishops at Westminster in the mid-eighteenth century. In A pillar of the constitution: the House of Lords in British politics 1640–1784. Jones, Clyve Hambledon Press. 137-163.
Taylor,Stephen & Barber, Melanie (2010). From the Reformation to the permissive society. A miscellany in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Lambeth Palace Library. Church of England Record Society. The Boydell Press.
Taylor, Stephen (2007). The Entring Book of Roger Morrice. Volume 4: 1687–1689. The Boydell Press.
Taylor, Stephen & Wykes, David (2005). Parliament and Dissent, 1689–1914. Edinburgh University Press.
Taylor, Stephen & Smith, Mark (2004). Evangelicalism in the Church of England c.1790–c.1890. A Miscellany. Church of England Record Society. The Boydell Press.
Taylor,Stephen & Parry, J. P. (2000). Parliament and the Church, 1529–1960. Edinburgh University Press.
Taylor, Stephen (1999). From Cranmer to Davidson. A Church of England miscellany. Church of England Record Society. The Boydell Press.
Taylor,Stephen, Richard Connors & Clyve Jones (1998). Hanoverian Britain and Empire. Essays in memory of Philip Lawson. The Boydell Press.
Taylor,Stephen & Clyve Jones (1998). Tory and whig. The parliamentary papers of Edward Harley, 3rd earl of Oxford, and of William Hay, M.P. for Seaford, 1716–1753. Parliamentary History Record Series. The Boydell Press for the Parliamentary History Yearbook Trust.
Walsh, John, Taylor, Stephen & Haydon, Colin (1993). The Church of England c.1689 – c.1833. From Toleration to Tractarianism. Cambridge University Press.
(2000). Whigs, tories and anticlericalism: ecclesiastical courts legislation in 1733. Parliamentary History19(3): 329-355.
Taylor,Stephen & Clyve Jones (1996). Viscount Bolingbroke and the composition of an opposition protest in the house of lords in 1734 on the election of the Scottish representative peers. Yale University Library GazetteLXXI: 22-31.
(1996). Whigs, bishops and America: the politics of church reform in mid-eighteenth-century England. Historical Journal36: 331-356.
(1994). Plus ça change.? New perspectives on the revolution of 1688. Historical Journal37(2): 457-470.
(1993). Archbishop Potter and the dissenters. Yale University Library GazetteLXVII(3-4): 118-126.
(1992). "The fac totum in ecclesiastic affairs"? The duke of Newcastle and the crown's ecclesiastical patronage. Albion14: 409-433.
(1992). William Warburton and the alliance of church and state. Journal of Ecclesiastical HistoryXLIII: 271-286.
(1989). British politics in the age of Holmes. Parliamentary History8: 132-141.
(1988). Church and society after the Glorious Revolution. Historical JournalXXXI: 973-987.
Taylor, Stephen (1985). Sir Robert Walpole, the Church of England and the Quakers Tithe Bill of 1736. Historical Journal28: 51-77.