|Document Reference||Os C 59|
|Title||Letter from Rev. J. Carr, Brattleby, Lincolnshire, to J.E. Denison; 10 Jan. n.y. |
|Date||10 January 1845 (c)|
|Content Description||Expresses in detail views on proposed Oxford statute; refers to work of Dr Ward and reviews of his work [The Ideal of a Christian Church?]; discusses Elizabethan articles of faith in context of current religious controversy; refers to [Renn] Hampden's Latitudarian party.|
F 1-2 is complete letter.
F 3 is entitled 'Liberal interpretations of the Statute' which includes extracts from and discussion of Elizabethan articles of faith and includes Latin quotations.
F 4 refers to expulsion from Oxford University.
|Term||religious affairs, Elizabethan articles|
|religious affairs, Oxford Movement|
|religions, Church of England|
|religions, Catholic Church|
|publications, 'Ideal of a Christian Church'|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA9627||Ward; William G. (1812-1882); Dr; Roman Catholic theologian||1812-1882|
|NA9506||Hampden; Renn D. (1793-1868); Bishop of Hereford||1793-1868|
|NA9628||Galland; John (fl 1809-1868); Rev.; vicar of Kelstern, Lincolnshire 1836-65||fl 1809-1868|
|NA9629||Carr; John (-1861); Rev.; rector of Brattleby Lincolnshire 1835-61||-1861|
|NA199||Denison; J. Evelyn (1800-1873); 1st Viscount Ossington; M.P. Speaker of House of Commons 1857-72 created Viscount Ossington 1872||1800-1873|