Accommodating High Churchmen: The Clergy of Sussex, 1700-45

Accommodating High Churchmen: The Clergy of Sussex, 1700-45

by Jeffrey S. Chamberlain, Chamberlain

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Accommodating High Churchmen: The Clergy of Sussex, 1700-45 by Jeffrey S. Chamberlain, Chamberlain

What happened to High Churchmen in eighteenth-century England? Contending that high-church clergymen did not simply acquiesce to government after the Janoverian accession, as has often been claimed. Jeffery Chamberlain explores the complex accommodation that was forged between the secular powers and the clergy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780252023088
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Publication date: 06/28/1997
Series: Studies in Anglican History
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 6.35(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.95(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xiii(4)
List of Abbreviations xvii
Introduction 1(12)
1. The High-Church Ethos and Its Development
13(23)
2. High Churchmanship in Sussex, 1688-1734
36(31)
3. Patronage, Politics, and Churchmanship: Wooing the Clergy, 1715-34
67(39)
4. Toryism, High Churchmanship, and the Election of 1734
106(32)
5. The Clergy and the End of Tory Opposition in Sussex, 1740-46
138(27)
Conclusion 165(4)
Selected Bibliography 169(16)
Index 185

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