William Palmer of Worcester, 1803-1885

the only really learned man among them
  • 317 Pages
  • 3.46 MB
  • English
Univeristy Microfilms International , Ann Arbor, MI
Palmer, William, -- 1803-1885., Oxford move
StatementWilliams Seth Adams.
LC ClassificationsBX5199.P27 A37 1973a
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 317 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19311420M

Palmer, William Overview. William Palmer of Worcester, ; the only really learned man among them by William Seth Adams Antiquities of the English ritual: and a dissertation on primitive liturgies by William Palmer (Book)   PALMER, WILLIAM (–), theologian and ecclesiastical antiquary, only son of William Palmer, military officer, of St.

Mary's, Dublin, was born on 14 Feb. He graduated B.A. at Trinity College, Dublin, inand, after taking holy orders, migrated to Oxford, where he was incorporated at Magdalen Hall 20–23 Oct.and. Second Letter To The Rev. William Palmer, M.a., Of Worcester College, Oxford: Demonstratively Proving The Church Of England To Be An Heretical And Church, The Mere Creature Of Human Invention [Verax Catholic layman, Palmer William ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before Fourth Letter To The Rev. William Palmer, M.a., Of Worcester College, Oxford: On The Way To Find The True Church Of Christ On Earth, On Satisfaction, Of Rome, Infallibility, Eucharist, Etc., Etc.

[Verax Catholic layman, Palmer William ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before William Palmer of Worcester Origines Liturgicæ; or, Antiquities of the English Ritual and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies. Oxford University Press, COVID Resources.

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During a visit to Oxford in quest of contributors for his magazine, he established relations with John Henry Newman [q. v.], William Palmer (–) [q.

v.] of Worcester College, Richard Hurrell Froude [q. v.], John Keble [q. v.], and Arthur Philip Perceval [q. v.]; and towards the end of July Palmer, Perceval, and Froude visited him. A second letter to N. Wiseman, D.D.: on the foundation of the Romish doctrines of satisfactions, indulgences, purgatory, and suffrages for the dead / by William Palmer Palmer, William, [ Book: ] At National Library.

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This significant document by traditional High Churchman William Palmer of Worcester () has been transcribed by Dr. Tod Jones of the University of Maryland.

Palmer narrates several church controversies connected with the Tracts for the Times, and explains the divergence of ritualism from pre-Tractarian High Churchmanship.


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Palmer, figlio unico dell'ufficiale militare William, nacque a Dublino nel Si laureò nel al Trinity College della città natale, per poi spostarsi ad Oxford, dove divenne uno dei primi sostenitori del Movimento di Oxford, pubblicando nel l'opera Origines Liturgicæ, or Antiquities of the English Ritual and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies, ma fu presto.

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