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140. Adam Street (8): Church Association, Historical, address

140. Adam Street (8): Church Association, Historical, address

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P.12 – Library formed for the general purposes of the Church Association. Communications to be directed to the Editor at 8 Adam Street, Adelphi.
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P.12 – Library formed for the general purposes of the Church Association. Communications to be directed to the Editor at 8 Adam Street, Adelphi.

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Sunday, 17 January, 2010
 
Church Association Monthly Intelligencer 
 
Volume I - 1867-8
Every issue of the Intelligencer carries particulars of new Branches being formed and detailed accounts of the proceedings of a selection of such branches.
 
Church Association
formed in 1865Chairman of Council
 –
John Campbell ColquhounVice Chairman
 –
T R Andrews
Issue I
 
 –
Missing
Issue II
 
 –
April 1867P.1
 – “
The Council of the Church Association have had for some timeunder their consideration various plans designed to arrest theprogress of Romanizing Ritualism in our Church.
. . .
These plansmay be stated as four:- 1st To ascertain and vindicate the law of theChurch by a prosecution for practices considered illegal; 2nd Tostrengthen the law of the Church by an enactment directed againstthe most obnoxious practices of Ritualism; 3rd To enlarge the powerof the Bishops, and give them a discretionary jurisdiction to regulatethe performance of public worship; 4th To refer the whole questionsto a Royal Commission.
 P.3
 –
Earl of Shaftsbury
 –
Bill to declare the use of Romanizingvestments illegal.P.4
 –
Series of relevant lectures recorded.
Priesthood
Rev HughMcNeile DD;
Ritualism
Very Rev Francis Close DD;
The Mass in theChurch of England
Rev R P Blakeney;
The Confessional
Rev J CMiller DD;
No Peace with Rome
Rev M Hobart Seymour MA;
WhyWere Our Reformers Burned?
 
Rev J C Ryle
BA.P.6
 –
Local Associations formed at Birkenhead, Bristol, Carlisle,Cheltenham, Derby, Devonport, Folkestone, Gloucester, Hulme,Lambeth, Leamington, Reading, Ryde, Salford, Southport, Taunton,Tunbridge Wells, Weston-super-Mare, Wolverhampton and York.P.9
 – “
The Ladies and the Priests. . . . Lord Shaftesbury, whenpresiding at the great anti-ritualistic county meeting at Dorchester,said, not very gallantly, but we fear not very untruly, that the ladies hadto answer for the prevalence and success on priestly pretensions. . ..
 P.10
 –
Article
Ultra-ritualism described 200 years ago.
 P.12
 –
Library formed for the general purposes of the ChurchAssociation. Communications to be directed to the Editor at 8 AdamStreet, Adelphi.
Issues III
 –
V
 
 –
Missing
Issue VI
 
 –
August 1867P.53
 –
Attention drawn to Romanizing influences in the OxfordDiocese. Illustrations of stone
altar
and stone reredos in the ParishChurch of Bloxham
 –
near Newbury.P.55
 –
Article
The Law as it affects Stone Altars and Crucifixes.
 P.57
 –
Article
Address to the Lay Members of the Council of ChurchAssociation to the People of England.
. Local Associations formed atBath,
Salop
and Burton-on-Trent.
Issue VII
 –
September 1867P.70
 –
Second
Address to the Lay Members of the Council of ChurchAssociation to the People of England.
 P.73
 –
Correspondence with the Archbishop of Canterbury re
RealPresence
Declaration; letter with 37 signatures which included sixpeers and two MPs.P.81
 –
Illustration of stone
altar
and reredos in St Philip and StJames
Church, Oxford with reference to other churches in that citywith
instances of pronounced character
.
Issue VIII
 
 –
October 1867P.91
 –
Dr Pusey argues the difference between older Tractarianismand current Ritualists.P.92
 –
Illustration of
Ritualistic
window in St Thomas
, Oxford.
Church Association MonthlyIntelligencer
>>Introduction >>Volume 1 (1867-8) >>Volume 2 (1868-9) >>Volume 3 (1869-70) >>Volume 4 (1870-1) >>Volume 5 (1871-2) >>Volume 6 (1872-3) >>Volume 7 (1873) >>Volume 8 (1874) >>Volume 9 (1875) 
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>>Index >>Church Association MonthlyIntelligencer 
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