The school of Anglican preachers and theologians living under
King Charles I, the Interregnum and Charles II are known collectively
as the Caroline Divines. Selected writings of the Caroline Divines were collected by adherents
of the Oxford Movement and published in the extensive (and never
completed) Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology.
Duty of Daily frequenting the Publick Service of the Church.
By John Adamson, M. A. Rector of Burton-Coggles in Lincolnshire.
London: Printed by Ben. Griffin for Samuel Keble, at the Turk's-Head,
over against Fetter-lane, in Fleet-street, 1698.
Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology
Charles the Martyr