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Edward Bouverie Pusey
Standard Name: Pusey, Edward Bouverie
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|Cultural formation||Cecil Frances Alexander|
|Cultural formation||Annie Besant|
|Cultural formation||Elizabeth Charles|
|Cultural formation||Charlotte Guest|
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|Friends, Associates||Harriett Mozley||
Being well-connected, HM met many of the shapers of literary and religious opinion of the 1840s. She delighted in gatherings of brilliant talkers, and enjoyed visiting Clapham in South London, home of an influential...
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JHN , Richard Hurrell Froude , Edward Bouverie Pusey , and others began anonymously publishing their series Tracts for the Times, as a statement of principles for the Tractarian , or Oxford Movement.
Drabble, Margaret, editor. The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press, 2000.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Caroline Frances Cornwallis||
The letters in Christian Sects (which is headed by three quotations, one of them from St John's Gospel) are said to have been exchanged between one of the editors of the Small Books, and...
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Edna Lyall||
The Burges children's father, though he is against Pusey ism, is broad-minded
about Puseyites as he is in other respects: visitors to their house include not only Anglicans but Moravians , a Baptist ...
Lyall, Edna. The Burges Letters: A Record of Child Life in the Sixties. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1902.
22 August 1800
Edward Bouverie Pusey , academic and theologian, was born at Pusey, Berkshire.
Edward Bouverie Pusey contributed to Tracts for the Times, the influential series which had given the Tractarian Movement its name.
26 March 1845
The first two Anglican sisters arrived at 17 Park Village West (near Regent's Park in London) to take up residence with the Sisterhood of the Holy Cross , a newly-founded nursing order which was the...
16 September 1882
Edward Bouverie Pusey , academic and theologian, died at Ascot Priory, Ascot, Berkshire.