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Pamphlet No. 1 series from the Church of England Association of New South Wales : established to uphold the principles of the Protestant Reformed Church of England
Bib ID 1664804
Format BookBook
Author
Church of England Association of New South Wales
 
Printer (Sydney : Geo. Loxton)
Description Sydney : The Association, 1886 
16 pages ; 22 cm. 
Series

Pamphlet (Church of England Association of New South Wales) ; no. 1.

Full contents
  • Circular letter not to leave the Church
  • Memorial to the Bench of Bishops from the Clergy
  • Memorial to the Bench of Bishops from the Laity
  • The Primate's replies to the clergy and laity
  • The Bench of Bishop's joint reply to the petitions from the clergy and laity
  • Ritualism a Romeward movement
  • The tendency towards ritualism
  • Abstract of points decided in the Ecclesiastical Courts declaring the illegal vestments, ceremonies and ornaments of the Church.
 
Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 8258

Subjects Church of England -- New South Wales.  |  Church of England -- Customs and practices.  |  New South Wales -- Church history.

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