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THE

SURE HOPE

OF

RECONCILIATION.

BY

THE AUTHOR

OF

“ PROPOSALS FOR CHRISTIAN UNION."

LONDON:
JAMES DARLING,

LITTLE QUEEN STREET, LINCOLN'S-INN-FIELDS.

1847.

LONDON: PRINTED BY GEORGE BARCLAY, CASTLE STREET,

LEICESTER SQUARE,

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ADVERTISEMENT.

This little book is designed to be a sequel to a pamphlet published last spring. It has no pretensions to learning or research : its facts lie on the surface of history, or are taken from books in the hands of most persons The author is not so sanguine as to expect that he shall be able to carry his reader along with him; but should he rise from the perusal of these pages with a kindlier feeling towards his separated brethren, a quickened recollection of the miseries in which thousands of his fellow-countrymen are involved, and an earnest purpose

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to do what he can to ameliorate their condition, spiritual and temporal—should this, under God, be the result, the writer's end will have been accomplished.

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For Anti-Reformation read Ante-Reformation, where it occurs.

CONTENTS.

Author's Pamphlet—Catholic Doctrines-Schlegel — Particular

Results of Movement, no ground to despair— Plan of Work
-Church of England not mere Sect, nor State Church-Idea
of Christianity-Monarchical Principle-Primacy–Virtues of
Pontiffs in Old Time — Rights of Episcopate — Stephen and
Cyprian—Gregory the Great and John the Faster— Fall of
Roman Empire - National Churches - Right of Separation
involved Duty of Reunion - Schism of Papacy – The Re-
formation—The Reformers not to blame—The People clear
-A Plea for Henry VIII. ........................ 1

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