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Danger apprehended from the French Revolution.—Evangelicalism.
-Starting point of Evangelicalism. — The existence of the Party in the
Church of England how explained. – Burke's definition of a Protestant.

— The earlier generation of Evangelicals.—The “Serious Clergy.”-
Hervey.-Grimshaw.-Berridge. - Romaine.—Toplady.—Fletcher, of
Madeley.—Daniel Rowlands. - Rowland Hill.—Expulsion of six Un-
dergraduates from Oxford.—The later Evangelicals.- Isaac Milner. -
Milner's Church History.- Joseph Milner.– Newton.—Cowper.—The

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CHAPTER III.

The CEREMONIAL REVIVAL AND THE LAW COURTS.

Ritualism, so called. --All religion ritualistic. —The Church in Eng.
land particularly so.—Neglect of Ceremonial in Eighteenth Century.
- The Religious revival necessitated a Ritualistic revival.— The Archi-
tectural Society.— The Camden Society. - The Ecclesiological Society.

pp. 429-475

CHAPTER VI.

ECCLESIA ANGLICANA.

Antiquity of the English Church.—The Saxons and Angles.—Pope

Gregory the Great.-Augustine.—Theodore.-Synod at Hertford. -

The first English Parliament.—The State neither established nor en-

dowed the Church.— Tithes.—Lay-patronage.--Inequalities of Livings.

—The Pope's Primacy, but not Supremacy, recognized in England. -

Augustine not a successful missionary.- The Norman Conquest.-Pope

Innocent III. and King John.-Magna Charta.- Papal Exactions.-

Removal of the Papal Chair to Avignon.—The Great Schism.— Need

of a Reformation.—Henry VIII.—The English Reformation due to

Convocation.— The Royal Supremacy.—Suppression of the Monasteries.

-Edward VI.—Mary.—Elizabeth.—Pope Pius IV. approves of the

English Prayer-Book.—Pius V. excommunicates the Queen. -Serious

flaw in the Papacy.-Identity of the English Church. pp. 476-520.

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