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Anti-Catholicism in Eighteenth-Century England, C. 1714-80: A Political and Social Study
Introduction - approaches, evidence and qualification the social functions of anti-Catholicism the transmission of anti-Catholic feeling the first Jacobite rebellion 1718-1746 the Gordon riots.
The Church of England, c. 1689-c. 1833 : from toleration to Tractarianism
1. Introduction: The Church and Anglicanism in the long 'eighteenth century' John Walsh and Stephen Taylor Part I. The Pastoral Work of the Church: 2. The eighteenth-century Reformation: the pastoral
The History of the University of Oxford
St Winifred, Bishop Fleetwood and Jacobitism*
  • C. Haydon
  • History
    Studies in Church History
  • 2011
During the Middle Ages, the cult of St Winifred was the most important of the many Welsh cults centred on wells. Winifred’s story was recounted in two medieval Lives: the Vita prima by Pseudo-Elerius
The Anti-Catholic Activity of the S.P.C.K., C. 1698–1740
THE SOCIETY for Promoting Christian Knowledge was established in 1698. From its inception, one of its aims was to combat the spread of Catholicism in Britain and elsewhere. At the end of the