Orthodox Churchman's Magazine
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Orthodox Churchman's Magazine

The Orthodox Churchman's Magazine was an English High Church monthly, appearing from 1801 to 1808. It was launched in March 1801, as William Pitt the younger resigned from government over Catholic emancipation, and took an anti-Catholic editorial line.[1] It was initially edited by William Hamilton Reid. The Magazine was hostile to deists, Latitudinarians, Methodists and Unitarians, and its tone was set from the first issue by the High Church views of William Stevens.[2][3]


Contributors included:


  1. ^ James J. Sack (27 May 1993). From Jacobite to Conservative. Cambridge University Press. p. 232. ISBN 978-0-521-43266-5.
  2. ^ Francis Edward Mineka (1944). The Dissidence of Dissent: The Monthly Repository, 1806-1838, Under the Editorship of Robert Aspland, W. J. Fox, R. H. Horne, & Leigh Hunt. With a Chapter on Religious Periodicals, 1700-1825. University of North Carolina Press. p. 62.
  3. ^ Robert M. Andrews (7 May 2015). Lay Activism and the High Church Movement of the Late Eighteenth Century: The Life and Thought of William Stevens, 1732-1807. BRILL. p. 211. ISBN 978-90-04-29379-3.
  4. ^ A New Analysis of Chronology: In which an Attempt is Made to Explain the History and Antiquities of the Primitive Nations of the World, and the Prophecies Relating to Them, on Principles Tending to Remove the Imperfection and Discordance of Preceding Systems. author; and sold. 1812. p. 610.
  5. ^ Lee, Sidney, ed. (1895). "Pearson, Edward" . Dictionary of National Biography. 44. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
  6. ^ Lee, Sidney, ed. (1896). "Polwhele, Richard" . Dictionary of National Biography. 46. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
  7. ^ John Watkins; Frederic Shoberl (1816). A Biographical Dictionary of the Living Authors of Great Britain and Ireland: Comparising Literary Memoirs and Anecdotes of Their Lives; and a Chronological Register of Their Publications, with the Number of Editions Printed; Including Notices of Some Foreign Writers Whose Works Have Been Occasionally Published in England. Colburn. p. 291.
  8. ^ Public Characters of All Nations: Consisting of Biographical Accounts of Nearly Three Thousand Eminent Contemporaries, Alphabetically Arranged. Sir Richard Phillips & Company. 1823. pp. 498-9.

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