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The Church of England c.1689–c.1833
From Toleration to Tractarianism

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John Walsh, Stephen Taylor, Jeremy Gregory, Viviane Barrie-Curien, Mark Smith, John Spurr, Mark Goldie, Craig Rose, Jonathan Barry, Martin Fitzpatrick, G. M. Ditchfield, Elizabeth Elbourne, R. Arthur Burns, W. R. Ward, Jeffrey S. Chamberlain, Jan Albers, Peter Nockles
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  • Date Published: March 2011
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  • After decades of neglect there has been a resurgence of interest in the history of the Church of England in 'the long eighteenth century'. This volume of essays brings together the fruits of some of this research. Most of the essays have been written, not by traditional ecclesiastical historians, but by political, social and cultural historians, a fact which reflects the diversity of approaches to the study of the Church of England in the eighteenth century. As a whole, the volume demonstrates that religion and the Church can no longer be regarded as a discrete subject in the history of eighteenth-century England, but are central to a full understanding of its life and thought.

    • Major reassessment of eighteenth-century Church of England
    • Mixes new work from younger scholars with important pieces by senior figures, e.g. John Walsh, doyen of English religious historians
    • Latest contribution to general overview of eighteenth century, linked to work of Jonathan Clark, Linda Colley etc.
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    • Date Published: March 2011
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511880810
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    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 task of Anglican clergy after 1689 Jeremy Gregory
    3. The clergy in the diocese of London in the eighteenth century Viviane Barrie-Curien
    4. The reception of Richard Podmore: Anglicanism in Saddleworth 1700–1830 Mark Smith
    Part II. Crisis and Reform:
    5. The Church, the societies, and the moral revolution of 1688 John Spurr
    6. John Locke, Jonas Proast, and religious toleration, 1688–1692 Mark Goldie
    7. The origins and ideals of the SPCK 1699–1716 Craig Rose
    8. Cultural patronage and the Anglican crisis: Bristol c.1689–1775 Jonathan Barry
    9. Latitudinarianism at the parting of the ways: a suggestion Martin Fitzpatrick
    10. Ecclesiastical policy under Lord North G. M. Ditchfield
    11. The foundation of the Church Missionary Society: the Anglican missionary impulse Elizabeth Elbourne
    12. A Hanoverian legacy?: diocesan reform in the Church of England c.1800–1833 R. Arthur Burns
    Part III. Identities and Perceptions:
    13. The eighteenth-century Church: a European view W. R. Ward
    14. Portrait of a High-Church clerical dynasty in Georgian England: the Frewens and their world Jeffrey S. Chamberlain
    15. 'Papist traitors and Presbyterian rogues': religious identities in eighteenth-century Lancashire Jan Albers
    16. Church parties in the pre-Tractarian Church of England, 1750–1833: the 'Orthodox' - some problems of definition and identity Peter Nockles.

  • Editors

    John Walsh, University of Oxford

    Colin Haydon

    Stephen Taylor, University of Reading

    Contributors

    John Walsh, Stephen Taylor, Jeremy Gregory, Viviane Barrie-Curien, Mark Smith, John Spurr, Mark Goldie, Craig Rose, Jonathan Barry, Martin Fitzpatrick, G. M. Ditchfield, Elizabeth Elbourne, R. Arthur Burns, W. R. Ward, Jeffrey S. Chamberlain, Jan Albers, Peter Nockles

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