Developments, 9 (first quotation); Nevins, Practical Thoughts: Thoughts on Popery, 93 (last quotation).
lies in our own divisions, and in the extraordinary conduct of the Puseyites
It is hardly surprising that Crabb Robinson grew increasingly alarmed at Wordsworth's Puseyite
Charlotte commented sardonically on Willie Weightman's High Church views on the Apostolic Succession and her father had temperedly branded Arthur Bell Nicholls, a Puseyite
Angus Easson's extensive headnotes to the separate items include information about journals--religious/political orientation, editorial staff, and circulation figures--as well as about reviewers, emphasizing the range of standpoints (including Christian Socialist, Utilitarian, Evangelical, Puseyite
, High Tory, and Unitarian) from which the novels were reviewed.
The project continued into and beyond Hopkins' Puseyite
years, and marks a direct link between the Oxford Movement proper and the early Anglo-Catholicism of the 1860s.