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 The Church Intelligencer

Volume 3 - 1886

Issue 1 – January 1886

P.1-2 – “Church Reform – The False and the True”, editorial.

P.3-6 – “Queen Elizabeth’s Crucifix”

P.7 – “Church Reform”, press comments.

P.7-9 – “Bishop Ryle on the Position of the Laity”, ‘I suggest, in the first place, that no conclave or synod of Anglican bishops ought ever to be held without the presence and assistance of the laity.’

P.10 – “Requiem Mass of the E.C.U.”, ‘A “Requiem Mass” was celebrated on the Vigil of St Andrew’s Day for the souls of defunct members of the E.C.U.’

P.11-12 – “Bishop Thorold’s Charge”, ‘The English Churchman of November 19 contains some well-deserved strictures upon this remarkable charge.’

Issue 2 – February 1886
P.15-16 – “The House of Laymen”, editorial.

P.16-19 – “Mr Bell-Cox on Jurisdiction”, ‘The Rev J Bell-Cox, availing himself of that immunity from criticism which belongs to all utterances which are “six feet above contradiction” delivered an attack upon the Chancery Court of the Archbishop of York.’

P.19-21 – “Article XXXI”, ‘The stern and uncompromising language of our Thirty-first Article has always been a thorn in the side of the Romanisers.’

P.24-26 – Communications relating to the Rev J Bell-Cox and his having to pay legal costs.

Issue 3 – March 1886
P.29-31 – “Church Reform – From the Lay Standpoint”, a statement issued by the Council.

P.31-33 – “The Advertisements of Queen Elizabeth”

P.34-35 – “Church Reform”, ‘The Ritualists are seriously alarmed at the proposal to admit the laity into parochial councils.’

P.37-40 – “The Liverpool Ritual Case”, correspondence.

Issue 4 – April 1886
P.43-44 – “Church Patronage”, editorial.

P.44-46 – “The Advertisements of Queen Elizabeth”, continued from P.33.

P.48-49 – “Proposed Deification of Bishops”, ‘A plea for a system of seminary priests moulded on the Ignation model of implicit obedience has just been issued by the Rev G W Worlledge.’

P.50-51 – “The National Church Reform Union”, A statement concluding with ‘Those, persons, therefore, who seek to disestablish and disendow the National Church, and those who refuse to enable the laity to participate in the work of the Church would, if they gained their end, make it more than ever difficult to bring religious teaching home to the mass of the people.’

P.52-53 – “Archdeacon Farrar on the Church”, ‘The magnificent sermon . . . has been issued for distribution by the Church Association.’

Issue 5 – May 1886
P.57-59 – “Mr Albert Grey’s Church Boards Bill”, Editorial giving ‘. . . reasons why it is undesirable that Mr Grey’s Bill should pass into law without serious modifications of detail.’

P.59 – Rev Dr Concanon elected Member of Council.

P.59-61 – “Church Reform”, Resolutions adopted by three Branches of the Association, ‘That the duty of the Establishment being to safeguard the sacred interests of the Protestant Reformed religion, the consideration of these ought to be paramount in any scheme of Church Reform’.

P.63 – “Ornaments of the Church – after the use of Lincoln”, ‘What an impressive edifying spectacle is presented by a group of Divines ‘sitting’ to have their clothes photographed.’ (Complete with photograph)

P.64 – “Jesuits at Work”, Lord Robert Montagu, on his reversion from Popery, published a remarkable statement.

Issue 6 – June 1886
P.71 – “The Confirmation of Bishop Moorhouse”, editorial.

P.72-80 – “The Spring Conference”, proceedings.

P.81-83 – “The Doctrine of the Church of England on the Holy Communion Restated”, a review of the book authored by Revd F Meyrick – ‘This book is remarkable and valuable as a sign of reaction against modern ritualism . . . ‘

Issue 7 – July 1886
P.85 – “The Romeward Movement”, editorial.

P.92-93 – The Bordesley and Liverpool cases, further details.

P.95-97 – Further comments on Revd Meyrick’s book (from P.83).

Issue 8 – August 1886
P.99 – “Ritual Litigation”, editorial.

P.101-105 – “The Injunctions of Queen Elizabeth”

Issue 9 – September 1886
P.113 – “The New Roman Morality”, editorial.

P.114-117 – “Bishop Cosin’s Notes on the Book of Common Prayer”

P.120-122 – “The Liverpool Case”, proceedings

Issue 10 – October 1886
P.127 – “Sheppard v Bennett”, editorial.

P.128-132 – “Bp Cosin’s Notes and the Revision of 1661”, further notes, continuing from P.117.

Issue 11 – November 1886
P.141 – “Anglican Popery”, editorial.

P.142-145 – “Does the Prayer Book Recognize Non-Communicating Attendance?”

P.146-148 – “Church Reform”, comments upon a Manchester Guardian article.

Issue 12 - December 1886
P.155 – “The Bristol Conference”, editorial.

P.159-168 – “The Autumn Conference”, proceedings of the conference at Bristol.

 

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