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" It would be in fact a second Reformation: — a better reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth. "
Middle Temple Records: 1501-1603 - Page 50
by Middle Temple (London, England) - 1917
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1864 - 557 pages
...the land, through the political changes of the last 150 years, and it must be restored. It would be in fact a second Reformation: — a better reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth. No time was to be lost, for the Whigs had come to do their worst,...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1864 - 393 pages
...the land, through the political changes of the last 1 50 years, and it must be restored. It would be in fact a second Reformation: — a better reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth. No time was to be lost, for the Whigs had come to do their worst,...
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History of My Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1865 - 379 pages
...the land, . through the political changes of the last 150 years, and it must be restored. It would be in fact a second Reformation : — a better reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth. No time was to be lost, for the Whigs had come to do their worst,...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1865 - 393 pages
...changes of the last 150 years, and it must be restored. It would be in fact a second Reformation J — a better reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth. v No time was to be lost, for the Whigs had come to do their worst,...
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The Right Honourable W. E. Gladstone: a Political Review

1865
...the Tractarianmovement was to uphold — "Primitive Christianity; to effect a second Befonnation — a better Reformation ; for it would be a return, not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth, to that Primitive Christianity which was delivered for all time by...
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Ritualism: doctrine not dress, notes of lectures

1868
...ancient religion had well-nigh faded away out of the land and must be restored. It would in fact be a second Reformation, a better Reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century but to the seventeenth,] No time was to be lost. Bishoprics were being suppressed, Church property...
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The ritualistic movement in some of its springs and issues

Norman Lockhart Walker - 1874 - 181 pages
...the political changes of the last one hundred and fifty years, and it must be restored. It would be, in fact, a second Reformation; a better reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventh." In this spirit he commenced the issue of those celebrated Tracts for...
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Characteristics from the Writings of John Henry Newman: Being Selections ...

Church history - 1874 - 447 pages
...the land, through the political changes of the last 150 years, and it must be restored. It would be in fact a second Reformation ;—a better Reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth. No time was to be lost, for the Whigs had come to do their worst,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 137

English literature - 1874
...through the political changes of the last hundred and fifty years, and it must ho restored. It would be in fact a second Reformation — a better reformation...— for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, hut to the seventeenth." But the divines of the Caroline period had no leanings to Rome, such...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a History of His Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - 1875 - 388 pages
...the land, through the political changes of the last 150 years, and it must be restored. It would be in fact a second Reformation : — a better reformation, for it would be a return not to the sixteenth century, but to the seventeenth. No time was to be lost, for the Whigs had come to do their worst,...
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