He was the original of Mortimer Collins's Canon Tremaine in Sweet and Twenty.
Collins's Philosophical Enquiry concerning Human Liberty.
Churton Collins's Voltaire in England (1886), and J.
Hudson's Introduction to the Philosophy of Herbert Spencer (up to 1895); and for a useful summary of his chief doctrines by Spencer himself, his preface to Collins's Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy.
M.P.'s; Rymer's Foedera; Collins's Sydney State Papers; Nichols's Progresses of Elizabeth.
Collins'S Life Of Sir John A.
Ward) and in Collins's Peerage, and the Correspondence of Lord Clarendon with James, earl of Abingdon,1683-1685(Clarendon Press, 1896).