Puseyism


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Synonyms for Puseyism

principles of the founders of the Oxford movement as expounded in pamphlets called 'Tracts for the Times'

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Warren, The Causes and the Cure of Puseyism, 169-70.
As Owen Chadwick points out, the Society at its outset was far from being Tractarian, but by the early 1840s it was targeted in the anti-Tractarian reaction by damaging accusations that there was a 'connexion between Puseyism and the zeal for church architecture' (The Victorian Church.
Young reported that ~Macaulay was much incensed to find that a young peer of intellectual tastes had never read Don Sebastian: he put it down to Puseyism, whereas, really, it was a case of spring-cleaning'.