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Modern History Sourcebook:
The Tracts for the Times, 1833-1841


From Appendix in: H. P. Liddon, Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey. Vol. III. London: Longman, Green, 1894, pp. 473-480.


VOLUME I

Tract

1833.

I

Sept. 9.

Thoughts on the Ministerial Commission. 4 pp. Ad Clerum [J. H. Newman].
II

Sept. 9.

The Catholic Church. 4 pp. [J. H. Newman].
III

Sept. 9.

Thoughts respectfully addressed to the Clergy on alterations in the Liturgy. The Burial Service. The Principle of Unity. 8 pp. [J. H. Newman].
IV

Sept. 21.

Adherence to the Apostolical Succession the safest course. On Alterations in the Prayer-book. 8 pp., Ad Populum. [J. Keble].
V

Oct. 18.

A short address to his Brethren on the Nature and Constitution of the Church of Christ, and of the Branch of it established in England. By a Layman. 15. pp. [J. W. Bowden].
VI

Oct. 29.

The Present Obligation of Primitive Practice. A sin of the Church. 4 pp., Ad Populum. [J. H. Newman].
VII

Oct. 29.

The Episcopal Church Apostolical. 4 pp. [J. H. Newman].
VIII

Oct. 31.

The Gospel a Law of Liberty. Church Reform. 4 pp. [J. H. Newman].
IX

Oct. 31.

On Shortening the Church Services. Sunday Lessons. 4 pp., Ad Populum. [R. H. Froude].
X

Nov. 4.

Heads of a Week-Day Lecture, delivered to a Country Congregation. 6 pp. [J. H. Newman].
XI

Nov. 11.

The Visible Church. Letters I and II. 8 pp., Ad Scholas. [J. H. Newman].
XII

Dec. 4.

Richard Nelson. No. 1 Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. 16 pp. [Thos. Keble].
XIII

Dec. 5.

Sunday Lessons. The Principle of Selection. 11 pp., Ad Populum. [J. Keble].
XIV

Dec. 12.

The Ember Days. 7 pp., Ad Populum. [Alfred Menzies].
XV

Dec. 13.

On the Apostolical Succession in the English Church. 11 pp. [W. Palmer, revised and completed by J. H. Newman].
XVI

Dec. 17.

Advent. 8 pp., Ad Populum. [B. Harrison].
XVII

Dec. 20.

The Ministerial Commission: A Trust from Christ for the Benefit of His People. 7 pp., Ad Populum. [B. Harrison].
XVIII

Dec. 21.

Thoughts on the Benefits of the System of Fasting enjoined by our Church. 28 pp. [E. B. Pusey].
XIX

Dec. 23.

On arguing concerning the Apostolical Succession. On Reluctance to confess the Apostolical Succession. 4 pp. [J. H. Newman].
XX

Dec. 24.

The Visible Church. Letter III. 4 pp., Ad Scholas. [J. H. Newman].

1834.

XXI

Jan. 1.

Mortification of the Flesh a Scripture duty. 4 pp., Ad Populum. [J. H. Newman].
XXII

Jan. 6.

Richard Nelson. No. II. The Athanasian Creed. 18 pp. [Thos. Keble].
XXIII

Jan. 6.

The Faith and Obedience of Churchmen the strength of the Church. 4 pp. [A. P. Perceval].
XXIV

Jan. 25.

The Scripture View of the Apostolical Commission. 11 pp., Ad Populum. [B. Harrison].
XXV

Jan. 25.

The great Necessity and Advantage of Public Prayer (extracted from Bishop Beveridge's Sermon on the subject). 8 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
XXVI

Feb. 2.

The Necessity and Advantage of Frequent Communion (extracted from Bishop Beveridge's Sermon on the subject). 23 pp. A reprint.
XXVII

Feb. 24.

The History of Popish Transubstantiation (by John Cosin, Bishop of Durham). 16 pp. A reprint.
XXVIII

Mar. 25.

The same, concluded. 24 pp.
XXIX

Mar. 25.

Christian Liberty, or, Why should we belong to the Church of England? By a Layman. 11 pp., Ad Populum. [J. W. Bowden].
XXX

Mar. 25.

The same, continued. 8 pp., Ad Populum. [J. W. Bowden].
XXXI

Apr. 25.

The Reformed Church. 4 pp., Ad Clerum. [J. H. Newman].
XXXII

Apr. 25.

The Standing Ordinances of Religion. 8 pp., Ad Clerum. [C. P. Eden].
XXXIII

May 1.

Primitive Episcopacy. 7 pp., Ad Scholas. [J. H. Newman].
XXXIV

May 1.

Rites and Customs of the Church. 8 pp., Ad Scholas. [J. H. Newman].
XXXV

May 8.

The People's Interest in their Minister's Commission. 4 pp., Ad Populum. [A. P. Perceval].
XXXVI

June 11

Account of Religious Sects at present existing in England. 7 pp., Ad Populum. [A. P. Perceval].
XXXVII

June 24.

Bishop Wilson's Form of Excommunication. 8 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
XXXVIII

July 25.

Via Media. No. I. 12 pp., Ad Scholas. [J. H. Newman].
XXXIX

July 25.

Bishop Wilson's Form of Receiving Penitents. 4 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
XL

July 25.

Richard Nelson. No. III. On Baptism. 15 pp., Ad Populum. [John Keble].
XLI

Aug. 24.

Via Media. No. II. 12 pp., Ad Scholas. [J. H. Newman].
XLII

Aug. 24.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. I, Sunday. 15 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
XLIII

Sept. 21.

Richard Nelson. No. IV. Length of the Public Service. 16 pp., Ad Populum. [Thos. Keble].
XLIV

Sept. 29.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. II, Monday. 4 pp. (2nd ed. 8 pp.), Ad Populum. A reprint.
XLV

Oct. 18.

The Grounds of our Faith. 6 pp., Ad Clerum. [J. H. Newman].
XLVI

Oct. 28.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. III, Tuesday. 4 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
XLVII

Nov. 1.

The Visible Church. Letter IV. 4 pp., Ad Clerum. [J. H. Newman].

VOLUME II

XLVIII

Nov. 30.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. IV, Wednesday. 4 pp. (2nd ed. 10 pp.), Ad Populum. A reprint.
XLIX

Dec. 25.

The Kingdom of Heaven. 12 pp., Ad Clerum. [B. Harrison].
L

Dec. 26.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. IV, Wednesday (continued). 4 pp. (2nd ed. 7 pp.), Ad Populum. A reprint.

1835.

LI

Jan. 6.

On Dissent without reason in Conscience. 16 pp., Ad Populum. [R. F. Wilson].
LII

Undated.

Sermons for Saints' Days and Holidays. No. 1, St. Matthias. 8 pp., Ad Clerum. [J. Keble].
LIII

Feb. 24.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. V, Thursday. 4 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
LIV

Feb. 2.

Sermons for Saints' Days and Holidays. No. II, The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. 12 pp., Ad Populum. [J. Keble].
LV

Mar. 25.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. V, Thursday (continued). 8 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
LVI

Mar. 25.

Holy Days observed in the English Church. 7 pp., Ad Populum. [J. W. Bowden].
LVII

Mar. 25.

Sermons for Saints' Days and Holidays. No. III, St. Mark's Day. 15 pp., Ad Populum. [J. Keble].
LVIII

April 19.

On the Church as viewed by Faith and by the World. 7 pp., Ad Populum. [J. W. Bowden].
LIX

April 25.

The position of the Church of Christ in England, relatively to the State and the Nation. 8 pp., Ad Clerum. [R. H. Froude].
LX

Mar. 25.

Sermons for Saints' Days and Holidays. No. IV, St. Philip and St. James. 12 pp., Ad Populum. [J. Keble].
LXI

May 1.

The Catholic Church a Witness against Illiberality. 4 pp., Ad Clerum. [A. Buller].
LXII

May 1.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. V, Thursday (continued). 8 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
LXIII

May 1.

The Antiquity of the existing Liturgies. 16 pp., Ad Clerum. [R. H. Froude].
LXIV

June 11.

Bishop Bull on the Ancient Liturgies. 4 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint.
LXV

June 29.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. VI, Friday (abridged). 4 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint. After the first edition, No. 65 is a tract of 32 pages, containing the unabridged form of Bishop Wilson's Med iations for Friday and Saturday. See No. 70.
LXVI

July 25.

On the Benefits of the System of Fasting prescribed by our Church. Supplement to Tract 18. 16 pp., Ad Clerum. [E. B. Pusey].
LXVII

Aug. 24.

Scriptural Views of Holy Baptism. pp. 1-48, Ad Clerum. For a description of the later editions of this tract, see [Liddon's Life of E. B. Pusey] vol. i. pp. 352-354. [E. B. Pusey].
LXVIII

Sept. 29.

Scriptural views of Holy Baptism (continued). pp. 49-104, Ad Clerum. [E. B. Pusey].
LXIX

Oct. 18.

Scriptural Views of Holy Baptism (concluded). pp. 105-208, Ad Clerum. [E. B. Pusey].
LXX

Oct. 28.

Bishop Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. VII, Saturday (abridged). 4 pp., Ad Populum. A reprint. After the first edition, the unabridged form of Bishop Wilson's Meditations for Saturday is printed as par t of No. 65; and the 'Notes to the Scriptural Views of Holy Baptism' (Tracts 67, 68 and 69), pp. 209-295 [E. B. Pusey], are reckoned as No. 70.

1836.

VOLUME III

LXXI

Jan. 1.

On the Controversy with the Romanists (No. I, Against Romanism), 35 pp., Ad Clerum. [J. H. Newman].
LXXII

Jan. 6.

Archbishop Ussher on Prayers for the Dead (No. II, Against Romanism). 60 pp. A reprint.
LXXIII

Feb. 2.

On the Introduction of Rationalistic Principles into Religion. 56 pp., Ad Scholas. [J. H. Newman].
LXXIV

Apr. 25.

Catena Patrum. No. I. Testimony of Writers in the later English Church to the doctrine of the Apostolical Succession. 56 pp., Ad Populum. Printed also simultaneously as the Appendix to E. B. Pusey's 'Earnest Remonstr ance to the Author of "The Pope's Letter," &c.' See Tract 77. [J. H. Newman, (sometimes attributed to B. Harrison)].
LXXV

June 24.

On the Roman Breviary as embodying the substance of the Devotional Services of the Church Catholic. 148 pp. (2nd ed. 207 pp.), Ad Clerum. [J. H. Newman].
LXXVI

Sept. 29.

Catena Patrum. No. II. Testimony of Writers in the later English Church to the doctrine of Baptismal Regeneration. 56 pp. [J. H. Newman].
LXXVII

Nov. 1.

An Earnest Remonstrance to the Author of 'The Pope's Letter.' 35 pp. A reprint. First issued on April 25, 1836. [E. B. Pusey].

1837.

VOLUME IV

LXXVIII

Feb. 2.

Catena Patrum. No. III. Testimony of Writers in the later English Church to the duty of maintaining, Quod semper, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus traditum est. 118 pp., Ad Populum. [H. E. Manning and C. Marriott].
LXXIX

Mar. 25.

On Purgatory (Against Romanism, No. III). 61 pp., Ad Clerum. [J. H. Newman].
LXXX

Undated.

On Reserve in communicating Religious Knowledge, Parts I-III, 82 pp. [I. Williams].
LXXXI

Nov. 1.

Catena Patrum. No. IV. Testimony of Writers in the later English Church to the doctrine of the Eucharistic Sacrifice. with an historical account of the changes in the Liturgy as to the expression of that doctrine. 415 pp. ( 2nd ed. 424 pp.). [E. B. Pusey].
LXXXII

Nov. 1.

The Preface, Title-Page, and Contents to Volume IV. The Preface includes 'Letter to a Magazine on the subject of Dr. Pusey's Tract on Baptism.' 42 pp. [J. H. Newman].

1838.

VOLUME V

LXXXIII

June 29.

Advent Sermons on Antichrist. 54 pp. [J. H. Newman].
LXXXIV

Aug. 24.

Whether a Clergyman of the Church of England be now bound to have Morning and Evening Prayers daily in his Parish Church. 45 pp. [Thos. Keble, conclusion from p. 35 by G. Prevost].
LXXXV

Sept. 21

Letters on the Scripture proof of the Doctrines of the Church. Part I. 115 pp. [J. H. Newman].

1839.

LXXXVI

Mar. 25.

Indications of a superintending Providence in the preservation of the Prayer-book and in the changes which it has undergone. 100 pp. [I. Williams].

1840.

LXXXVII

Feb. 2.

On Reserve in communicating Religious Knowledge (conclusion). 144 pp., Ad Clerum. [I. Williams].
LXXXVIII.

Mar. 25.

The Greek Devotions of Bishop Andrews, translated and arranged. 96 pp. [J. H. Newman].

END OF VOLUME V.

LXXXIX.

Undated

On the Mysticism attributed to the Early Fathers of the Church. 186 pp. [J. Keble].

1841.

XC.

Jan. 25.

Remarks on certain passages in the Thirty-nine Articles. 83 pp. [J. H. Newman].

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