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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Volume XII. The Romantic Revival.

XII. The Oxford Movement.

§ 15. Liddon.


In historical study, the influence was no less conspicuous. William Stubbs, the greatest English historian of the nineteenth century, was a convinced tractarian and spoke of Pusey, whom he assisted in literary work, as “the master.” Henry Parry Liddon, the greatest preacher of the period, whose sermons at St. Paul’s were, for twenty years, a conspicuous factor in the life of London, was the disciple, the friend and the biographer of Pusey. His Bampton lectures on the Divinity of Christ were worthy to rank with the great dogmatic treatises of the older divines. And their successors remain to the present day.   29

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