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Help and advice for Totnes - A reply to the Bishop of Exeter (1852) - index

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A reply to the Bishop of Exeter's second arraignment of his metropolitan, in his letter to the Archdeacon of Totnes

oppugning the validity of the orders of the foreign non-episcopal churches:

To which is annexed a rejoinder to Chancellor Harington on the same subject.

by

William Goode, MA, FSA.

London: Thomas Hatchard. pp. iv, 97, one advt.

Prepared by Michael Steer

Tractarian and Editor of the Christian Monitor, Rev. William Goode, M.A., F.S.A, was rector of All Hallows, the Great and the Less, in London, a church demolished in the 1890s. The publication records a phase during a stormy debate known as the Gorham Case, between the Evangelicals and Tractarians in the early days of the Oxford Anglican Movement. The root of the bitter and at times acrimonious dispute seems to have been the issue of baptismal regeneration - the notion that the Divine Life in the Soul takes place whenever the sacrament is properly administered. The Evangelical clergy of the Exeter diocese, led by John Hatchard, Vicar of St Andrew's, Plymouth, and son of John Hatchard the publisher, openly challenging Bishop Phillpotts over the orthodoxy of his domestic chaplain, William Maskell. This rare and much sought-after book was produced digitally from a copy in the Harvard University Library collection and can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

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Alley, Dr 51
Ambrose 34
Andrews, Archbishop 49, 56, 60
Aquinas, St Thomas 27-30, 32
Armacanus, Alexander Patricius 32
Augustine, Saint 22
Aylmer, Dr 36
Bacon, Lord 56
Bancroft, Archbishop 14, 55-6, 79-80
Bellarmine 34, 55
Beveridge, Bishop 15
Beza 51-2
Bilson, Bishop 37-8, 52
Bingham 22, 67, 70
Birch, Dr 53-4
Bonaventura 30, 32
Bramhall, Archbishop 20, 56
Brett 89
Bridges, Bishop 51
Burnet, Bishop 14-5, 21, 49, 53, 81
Caesar, Julius 74
Calvin 5
Canning, Rt Hon George 63
Carstares 60
Charles I 59,
Charles II 81
Churton, Archdeacon 37, 44, 46, 77
Claget, Dr 56
Cooper, Bishop 51
Cordel, Mr 43
Cosin, Bishop 18, 26-8, 43-5, 52-3, 56, 81-2
Cox, Dr 36, 52
Crakenthorp, Dr 56-7
Cranmer, Archbishop 29, 36
Davenant, Bishop 56
De Laune, Dr 53-4
Dodwell 89
Douglas, Archbishop John 85
Downham, Bishop George 56
Durandus 33
Ecgbright, Archbishop 35
Edward VI 11, 36, 51
Elfric 35
Elizabeth I 11, 36-7, 51, 53-6
Eutychius 88
Field, Dean 17, 26, 28, 31, 43, 56
Fleetwood, Bishop 53
Forbes, John 59-60
Forbes, Bishop Patrick 59, 71-2
Gawthorn, Mr 7-8, 89
Goode, Rev William, MA, FSA 77, 79
Grindal, Archbishop 36, 52
Hal, Alexander 30
Hall, Bishop 54, 56-7
Hallam, Mr 55-6, 60
Hammond 11-2
Hardouin 35
Harington, Chancellor 37, 44, 46, 49, 57, 77, 79, 81-9
Henry VIII 23, 45
Hey, Professor 10
Heylin 55, 80
Hickes 89
Holland, Dr 55
Hooker 15, 37-8, 45, 51, 53
Hooper, Bishop 36
Horn, Bishop 52
Howley, Archbishop 56
James I 46-9
Jewell, Bishop 15, 51-2
Keble, Mr 53
Knox, John 85
Larroque, Monsieur 69
Laud, Archbishop 18, 54-5
Lawson 84-5
Leighton, Archbishop 20-1, 48-9
Lombard, Peter 26-7, 29-30
Lyndsay 81-2
Macaulay, Mr 47
Mary, Queen 36
Mason, Archdeacon 25-6, 42-4, 56, 81-2, 88
Meletius 22
Morinus 30-1, 64-6
Morison 52,
Morrison 84, 88
Morton, Bishop 56
Murray 6
Neyle, Bishop 55
Palmer 8
Parker, Archbishop 36, 52
Parkhurst, Bishop 52
Pearson, Bishop 13, 38, 41-2
Phillpotts, Bishop Henry (of Exeter) (throughout)
Philpot, Archdeacon 36
Pilkington, Dr 51
Pratt 54
Prynne 55
Ridley 36
Rogers 14
Sancroft, Archbishop 56
Sanderson, Bishop 38-42
Sandys, Archbishop 52, 86
Saravia, Dr 51
Scott, Dr John 60
Secker, Archbishop 56
Sharp, Dr 49, 60
Sherlock, Dean 56
Socinus 11
Soto, Dominicus a 32
Spottiswood, Archbishop 79-80, 84
Stapledon, Bishop 34
Strype 20, 51-2
Tenison, Dr 60
Theodoret 67
Tillotson, Archbishop 53-4
Tomline, Bishop 15, 56
Travers 19, 53
Usher, Archbishop James 56, 82
Volkelius 11
Wake, Archbishop 56, 89
Ward, Samuel 82
Watson, Mr 35
Whitaker, Dr 51
White, Bishop Francis 58-9
White, Dr John 58
Whitgift, Archbishop 19-20, 43, 51-2, 54, 85-6
Whittingham 85, 88
Willet, Dr 56