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BC, 93, Merewether on Popular Errors [of religion], 486 - 495, Volume 22, Nov 1824, Charles Lloyd, possib., This summons to withstand Latitudinarianism and the political influences of Dissent sounds like a call to arms from an outspoken champion of the Church of England; his association with the Hackney group was strong. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)
BC, 145, Bishop Doyle on Ireland, 317 - 327, Volume 23, Mar 1825, Charles Lloyd, prob., Here, as in no. 288, Doyle (under the initials J. K. L.) is attacked: see that evidence. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)
BC, 184, View of the Roman Catholic Doctrines [Henry Phillpotts vs. Charles Butler], 94 - 149, Volume 1, Oct 1825, Charles Lloyd, Claimed in Lloyd to Robert Peel, Nov. 30, 1825; the article was extensively quote as by Lloyd in a Newman letter to Richard Jelf. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)
BC, 279, Low and Garbett's Letters to Dr. Milner, 489 - 493, Volume 1, Apr 1827, Charles Lloyd, prob., This is a continuation of the "battle" between Church of England and Church of Rome which began with no. 38; Lloyd wrote no. 184 and prob. No. 288. (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)
BC, 288, Charges of the Archbishops for Dublin and Cashel [William Magee and James Doyle using J.K.L. (James, Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin)], 131 - 166, Volume 2, Jul 1827, Charles Lloyd, possib., Lloyd was a rabid anti-Catholic and especially anti-Doyle (Watson, Memoir, I, 280). (Esther Houghton working file) [review] (08/16)