Secondary Sources ~ The Directory of Public Worship

A brief apologie for the sequestred clergie. VVherein (among other things) this case of conscience is judiciously handled: whether any minister of the Church of England may (to avoid sequestration) omit the publike use of the liturgie, and submit to the directory. In a letter from a sequestred divine, to Mr. Stephen Marshall by John Allington (DPW)
A directory for the publique worship of God, throughout the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland : together with an ordinance of parliament for the taking away of the Book of Common-Prayer and for establishing and observing of this present directory throughout the Kingdom of England, and dominion of Wales : with propositions concerning church government and ordination of ministers by Henry Roborough (DPW)
A new directory for the public worship of God: founded on the Book of common order, 1560-64, and the Westminster directory, 1643-45 by Free Church of Scotland (DPW)
A scourge for the directorie, and the revolting synod. Which hath sitten this 5. yeares, more for foure shillings a day, then for conscience sake. By Judge Jenkins by David Jenkins (DPW)
A view of the new directory and a vindication of the ancient liturgy of the Church of England; in answer to the reasons pretended in the ordinance and preface, for the abolishing the one, and establishing the other by Henry Hammond (DPW)
American Presbyterians and the Directory for Worship, 1645–1989 by Stanley R. Hall (DPW)
American Presbyterians, the Directory for Worship, and Changing Patterns of Sacramental Practice by Robert Milton Winter (DPW)
Brief and Perspicuous Text: Plain and Pertinent Doctrine: Behind Of the Preaching of the Word in the Westminster Directory by Bryan D. Spinks (DPW)
Directory for the public worship of God: on the basis of that agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, A.D. 1644 ; recommended for use in the Presbyterian Church of England by the Synod, 1898 by Presbyterian Church of England (DPW)
Divine Rule Maintained: Anthony Burgess, Covenant Theology, and the Place of the Law in Reformed Scholasticism by Stephen J. Casselli (DPW)