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 The Oxford Movement
Twelve Years 1833-1845


by R. W. Church, M.A., D.C.L.,
Sometime Dean of St Paul's, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford


London: Macmillan & Co. 1894

Transcribed by The Revd R D Hacking
AD 2003



Chapter I
The Church in the Reform Days

Chapter II
The Beginning of the Movement--John Keble

Chapter III
Richard Hurrell Froude

Chapter IV
Mr. Newman's Early Friends--Isaac Williams

Chapter V
Charles Marriott

Chapter VI
The Oxford Tracts

Chapter VII
The Tractarians

Chapter VIII
Subscription and Matriculation and Admission of Dissenters

Chapter IX
Dr. Hampden

Chapter X
Growth of the Movement, 1835-1840

Chapter XI
The Roman Question

Chapter XII

Chapter XIII
The Authorities and the Movement

Chapter XIV
No. 90

Chapter XV
After No. 90

Chapter XVI
The Three Defeats: Isaac Williams, Macmullen, Pusey

Chapter XVII
W. G. Ward

Chapter XVIII
The Ideal of a Christian Church

Chapter XIX
The Catastrophe

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