Catalog Record: Tracts for the times | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Tracts for the times / by members of the University of Oxford [J.H. Newman , J. Keble, W. Palmer, R.H. Froude, E.B. Pusey, I. Williams, and others]

Related Names: Williams, Isaac 1802-1865., Froude, Richard Hurrell 1803-1836., Palmer, William 1803-1885., Pusey, E. B. 1800-1882., Newman, John Henry 1801-1890., Keble, John 1792-1866.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for J.G.F. & J. Rivington ; 1839-1866.
Subjects: Church of England > Doctrines.
Tracts for the times (University of Oxford)
Oxford movement.
Note: Vol. 1: 1833-4, New ed.; v. 2, pt. I: 1834-5; v. 2, pt. II: 1834-5 is 2nd. enl. ed.; v. 3:`1853-6, new ed.; v. 4: 1836-7; v. 5: 1838-40.
Tract XC has special t.p. and is dated 1866.
Vols. 3, [4] and [5] are without t.p.
Individual tracts vary as to edition.
Physical Description: 5 v. in 6 ; 22 cm.
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