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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Clarke, W. K. Lowther (William Kemp Lowther), b. 1879.
Eighteenth century piety.
London, Society for promoting Christian knowledge; New York, The Macmillan Co. 
|Named Person:||Henry Newman|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
W K Lowther Clarke
|Notes:||"First published 1944."
"Contributes to the history of the S.P.C.K. first by summarising the books published by the society in the eighteenth century: secondly by telling the story of ... Henry Newman, secretary from 1708 to 1743."-Pref.
|Description:||vii, 160 p. plates, ports. 22 cm.|
Henry Newman, 1670-1743 --
Henry Newman and the Du Quesnes --
Some notes on charity schools: Anniversary sermons ; Finance ; A teacher's manual ; A reader ; A letter to Princess Sophia ; Workhouse schools ; Welsh circulating schools --
The homilies --
A Suffolk grammar school --
Patrick Gordon and his geography --
Thomas Bray --
George Horne, William Jones, and William Stevens --
Good Mrs. Trimmer --
The church in Crabbe's poems --
A parish priest in the eighteen-thirties --
Mr. Brocklehurst of Lowood --
Charles Dickens and the church --
An Evangelical protest --
English church life in 1850 --
Mrs. Ewing and her books --
A family budget: the Crawleys of Hogglestock --
An illustrated prayer book.
|Responsibility:||by W.K. Lowther Clarke.|