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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edburton Church

    held eight times a year, but by 1903 weekly. 84 During the 20th century there has been a strong High Church tradition in the parish. A mid-morning Sunday eucharist with vestments was established, 85 and the successful campaign of opposition

    Nuthurst Church

    in 1884 there were three Sunday services. 87 In 1885 the church choir adopted cassocks and surplices, and the High Church character which that implied was also expressed later in interior fittings added to the church, especially the rood erected

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 Religion

    owned by the earls of Derby , was High Church from the 1860s , at St. Thomas 's the dean and chapter appointed an AngloCatholic vicar in 1909 , and High Church services were introduced at St. John 's in

    Modern Colchester Social history

    Mary Magdalen 's 1877-90 . St. Pet er's church maintained a strong Evangelical tradition. 69 From the 1860s a High Church tradition developed at St. Leonard 's and from the 1880s at St. Giles's , All Saints' and St. James's

    Willesden Churches

    asst. curate by 1881 , two by 1896 , three by 1907 . Attendance 1903: 360 a.m.; 477 p.m. High Church tradition broken 1906 but restored in 1970 s. 31 Iron church 1869. 32 Brick bldg. in plain Gothic style

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nid ymddengys ei fod yn gallu dyfalu y canlyniadau; ac er ei fod yn gwneyd a RyIw ar yr High Church, nid ydyw yn seinie yr s udgorn i alw dynion i'r frwydr. Prin y mae y i frawddeg ganlynol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn brawddegau byrion, cynwys- a fawr, S nerthol. Un mlynedd ar ddeg yn ol, 1 derbyniodd wahoddiad i'r Free High Church *n rEdinburgh; 9'r hwn y cydsyniodd, er fi syndod i lawer, ac er mawr alar i bobl Glasgow. h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ymddamgosodd yn y Noneon- fvrmist gan un sydd yn galw ei bun yn High Church Rector. Y mae yr offeiriad hwn wedi ei daraw a syndod wrth sylwi ar y sale y mae cynrychiolwyr y gwahanol bleidiau Eglwysig wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i .Ydynt,y msent yn gwrthdystio, ond beth am hyny? a o Yr ydym yn gwbl o'r nu farn s'r High Church Rector, 1 ii yr hwn yn y Nonconformist yr wythnos ddiweddaf, r mewn llythyr tra gallaog, sydd yn dychwelyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enill, Yn r E ys Loegr, ma adfywiad o'r fath ymawedi rhedeg dros gyfr~an helaeth, ye enwedl'g y~i~ih yr High Church; ac wedi dwy ~ryth 1wer.. 1I ni, ym~ddengys rhai o arferian y .blaid hon ye . neilldoobell.o fad yn Subscribers-only content

 

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