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LECTURES

ON

CERTAIN HIGH-CHURCH PRINCIPLES

COMMONLY DESIGNATED BY THE TERM

PUSEYISM.

BY

THOMAS MADGE.

LONDON:

LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS.

1844.

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paring them for the press, the Author has availed

himself of the opportunity of making various alter- '

ations and additions, with the view of rendering

them less unworthy of the favourable attention

with which they were at first received. The po

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pular cast which they necessarily assumed as oral

addresses has been retained in their printed form,

both from the difficulty of reconstructing them

without entirely destroying their identity, and be

cause it is for the people generally, and not for the

learned particularly, that they are designed.

London, February 20, 1844.

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ON THE PRINCIPLES, SPIRIT AND TENDENCY OF

ANGLO-CATHOLICISM OR PUSEYISM.

Page

Introductory remarks.—Reasons for entering on the sub..
ject of these lectures.—The Oxford Tracts—their origin and
the doctrines contained in them.—Distinction between high-
churchmen and low-churchmen.-Principles and character
of Archbishop Laud-identity of his school with that of the
Anglo-Catholics.—Approximation of Puseyism to Romanism
-its exclusiveness-its intolerance..

A POSTOLIC SUCCESSION.

Statement of the doctrine—its meaning in the vocabulary
of high-churchmen-examination of the scriptural ground

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