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  • From all these things the natural inference would seem to be that the authoress is neither High-Church nor Low-Church nor Dissenter, but a tolerant member of what is styled the Broad-Church party -- a party in which we are obliged to say that breadth and toleration are by no means universal.

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  • The Broad-Church party, in the English Church, among whose most eminent exponents have been Frederic Robertson, Arnold of Rugby, {237} F.

    Brief History of English and American Literature


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