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    CoEQR, The Church of England Quarterly Review, 1 - 40, Volume 7, Jan 1840, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Announcing the retirement of the previous editor, this "statement of principles" represents the views of Henry Christmas, although elsewhere he states he took responsibility from the April 1840 issue. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Ancient Christianity, 298 - 317, Volume 7, Apr 1840, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), prob., This appears to be the predecessor April 1840 article referred to in a series of article by Christmas regarding what he calls "Evangelical High Churchman." [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Office of a Bishop, 1 - 27, Volume 8, Jul 1840, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Henry Christmas is generally credited with the invention and promotion of the term "evangelical high churchmen," which debuts here. Christmas had just taken over as editor of the Church of England Quarterly Review. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Defenders of the Faith, 257 - 282, Volume 8, Oct 1840, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Uses the term "evangelical high churchmen" which Christmas invented and promoted. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Primitive Doctrine of Regeneration, 1 - 32, Volume 9, Jan 1841, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Used Christmas's expression "Evangelical High Churchman." [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Church and the Wesleyans, 255 - 301, Volume 9, Apr 1841, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Uses Christmas's phrase, "Evangelical High Churchman." [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Tracts for the Times, 469 - 480, Volume 9, Apr 1841, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), The introduction is clearly in the voice of the editor who took responsibility before April 1840 and disassociates himself from previous articles on the Tracts for the Times. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Montgomery's Sanderson, 109 - 121, Volume 10, Jul 1841, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Uses the term "evangelical high churchmen" which Christmas invented and promoted. Proclaims it has been "our endeavour" since April of 1840. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Tracts of the Anglican Fathers, 257 - 275, Volume 10, Oct 1841, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Attributed by Peter Toon, Evangelical Theology 1833–1856: A Response to Tractarianism, Marshall, Morgan & Scott, 1979. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Parker Society, 1 - 28, Volume 11, Jan 1842, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Henry Christmas, editor of COEQR, was intimately involved with the Parker Society; further, this article uses Christmas's catch phrase "Evangelical High Churchmen; as editor he seems to have usually contributed the lead article. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Church of Rome and Oxford Theology, 257 - 285, Volume 11, Apr 1842, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Uses the term "evangelical high churchmen" which Christmas invented and promoted. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Afghanistan and the Graeco-Bactrian Coins, 79 - 92, Volume 12, Jul 1842, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), prob., The editor of the COEQR, Henry Christmas, was a noted numismatist. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Mr. Faber's Provincial Letters, 252 - 277, Volume 12, Oct 1842, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Used Christmas's expression "Evangelical High Churchman." This article expresses the same sentiments as several other Christmas articles in COEQR. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Power and Prospects of Russia, 450 - 476, Volume 35, Apr 1854, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Christmas published works on Russia and on Turkey in 1854 using some of the same wording as in this article. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Church Preferment, 1 - 27, Volume 36, Jul 1854, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), possib., This article is closely linked to the "Proposed Church Reform" lead article in COEQR Jul 1855. The historical look back is typical of Henry Christmas; in an earlier stint as editor he regularly reserved for himself the lead article. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, The Ottoman Empire, 183 - 230, Volume 36, Jul 1854, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), Christmas's recently published (1854) works on Russia and on Turkey are listed as source books for this essay; this is described as a follow up to the Apr 1854 COEQR essay "Power and Prospects of Russia" which is by Christmas. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Society of Antiquaries, 397 - 412, Volume 37, Apr 1855, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), This seems to be tied to the 1855 "letter on the present condition and future prospects of the Society of Antiquaries of London; addressed to the Rt. Hon. The Earl Stanhope" listed in Worldcat as by Christmas. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Russia, Austria, and Turkey, 413 - 449, Volume 37, Apr 1855, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), prob., In 1854 Henry Christmas, editor of COEQR, published memoirs of the lives and reigns of Czar Nicholas I of Russia and Abdul Khan, the Sultan of Turkey. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Proposed Church Reforms, 1 - 30, Volume 38, Jul 1855, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), possib., This article is closely linked to the "Church Preferment" lead article in COEQR Jul 1854. Both may be by the editor Henry Christmas; in an earlier stint as editor he regularly reserved for himself the lead article. [review] (10/17)

    CoEQR, Life of Napoleon III, 163 - 197, Volume 38, Jul 1855, Henry Christmas (Noel-Fearn), prob., Christmas's biography of Napoleon III is the subject of, but not critically reviewed by, this article. Christmas was editor of COEQR at this time. [review] (10/17)

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