Anti-Catholicism in Victorian England

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Routledge, Aug 13, 2019 - History - 236 pages

First published in 1968, this book provides an introduction to the subject of anti-Catholicism in Victorian England and a selection of illustrative documents. It demonstrates that Victorian ‘No Popery’ agitations were in fact almost the last expressions of a long English tradition of anti-Catholic intolerance and, in reality, the legal and socia


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The AntiCatholic Tradition
Papal Aggression
Gladstone and Vaticanism
Speech of the Duke of York against Catholic claims 1825
Address of the Grand Orange Lodge against Catholic Emancipation 1828
AntiMaynooth Propaganda 1845
Lord John Russelľs Letter to the Bishop of Durham 1850
A Sermon on Papal Aggression 1850
Sir Robert Inglis on the Ecclesiastical Titles Bill 1851
The Blight of Popery
Archbishop Manning on the Temporal Power 1866
A Lecture on Ritualism
Results of the Ecclesiastical Titles Act the Report of 1867

The Catholic Emancipation Act 1829
The Orange Oath and Rules 1834
The AntiMaynooth Address 1845
A Letter on the Maynooth Question 1845
Report of the Convent Inquiry 1871
W E Gladstone and the Vatican Decrees 1874
J H Newmans reply to Gladstone 1874
A pamphlet on the Trial of Bishop King 1891

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E. Norman

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