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2nd cl Abp of Cant Abp of York acres Andrew's Asst Author Bart Bees Bishop Bp of Ches Bp of Ely Bp of G Bp of Lich Bp of Lon Bp of Ox Bp of Pet Bp of Rip Bp of Salis Bp of St Bp of Wor Carl Chap Chapel charge Charles Chich Church College Deac Duke Earl East Edward Essex Fell Formerly Formerly P. C. Francis Frederick George Glebe Hall Head Mast Henry Herf Hill House James John John's Coll Joseph Kent King's Late Llan Lond London Lord Mary Mary's Norfolk North P. C. of St P. C.'s Inc Parsonage Patron Paul's Peter's present Queens R.'s Inc Rectory Richard Robert Rural Dean Scho School Sermons South Surrogate Theol Thomas Tithe Tithe-App Tithe-Imp Trin Trinity Trip Trustees Univ Vicarage West William Wrang
Side 266 - A Vindication of the Doctrine of the Church of England on the Validity of the Orders of the Scotch and Foreign Non-Episcopal Churches.
Side 266 - The Nature of Christ's Presence in the Eucharist; or, the True Doctrine of the Real Presence Vindicated; in opposition to the fictitious Real Presence asserted by Archdeacon Denison, Mr. (late Archdeacon) Wilberforce, and Dr. Pusey : with full proof of the real character of the attempt made by those authors to represent their doctrine as that of the Church of England and her divines.
Side 69 - Bode.— The Absence of Precision in the Formularies of the Church of England Scriptural and Suitable to a State of Probation : Being the Hampton Lectures for 1855.
Side 266 - Parts in 1. 8vo. sewed, 2s. 6d. — A LETTER to a LAY FRIEND, in Answer to Inquiries respecting the State of Things in the Church, and the Course which the Present Crisis demands from those who tender its Welfare. Second Edition, enlarged. 8vo. sewed, Is. — TRACT 90 HISTORICALLY REFUTED ; or, a Reply to a Work by the Rev. F. Oakeley, entitled, " The Subject of Tract 90 Historically Examined.
Side 300 - Whose are the Fathers ? or the Teaching of certain AngloCatholics, on the Church and its Ministry, contrary alike to the Holy Scriptures, to the Fathers of the first Six Centuries, and to those of the Reformed Church of England. With a Catena Patrum of the First Six Centuries, and of the English Church of the latter half of the Sixteenth Century.