Biographies of English Catholics in the eighteenth century

being part of his projected continuation of "Dodd"s church history" ; edited by John Hungerford Pollen and Edwin Burton. by Kirk, John

Publisher: Burns and Oates in London

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Statementby John Kirk :
ContributionsBurton, Edwin Herbert, 1870-1925., Pollen, John Hungerford, 1858-1925.
The Physical Object
Pagination293p.,22cm
Number of Pages293
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Open LibraryOL18157851M

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Biographies of English Catholics of the Eighteenth Century Hardcover – January 1, by edited by John Hungerford Pollen and Edwin Burton the Reverend John Kirk (Author)Author: edited by John Hungerford Pollen and Edwin Burton the Reverend John Kirk. John Hungerford Pollen () was an English Jesuit, known as a historian of the Protestant Reformation.

Little is known about Edwin Burton. "John Kirk (), Roman Catholic priest and antiquary decided to write a continuation of Charles Dodd's Church History of England (), covering the history of eighteenth-century English Catholicism. Biographies of English Catholics in the eighteenth century.

London, Burns & Oates, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Kirk; John Hungerford Pollen; Edwin H Burton. Genre/Form: Biographie: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kirk, John, Biographies of English Catholics in the eighteenth century.

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Thomas Haydock (–), born of one of the oldest English Catholic Recusant families, was a schoolmaster and publisher. His dedication to making religious books available to fellow Catholics suffering under the English Penal Laws came at great personal cost.

Germans were the only non-British group allowed to live in the colonies. Great Britain originally promoted emigration to the colonies as a means of ridding itself of excess population but cut back in the eighteenth century, opening the colonies to a more diverse group of settlers.

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The Evangelical Movement in the 18th century tended to emphasize the Protestant heritage of the Church, while the Oxford Movement in the 19th century emphasized the Catholic heritage.

The best books published during the 18th century (January 1st, through December 31st ). A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Thomas Haydock (–), born of one of the oldest English Catholic Recusant families, was a schoolmaster and publisher.

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