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Oxford Movement.

High* Ch. movement in the interest of Anglo-Catholicism; began 1833 at Oxford, Eng. Leaders: J. Keble,* J. H. Newman,* E. B. Pusey.* Adherents include F. W. Faber,* R. H. Froude,* H. E. Manning,* C. Marriott,* W. H. Mill,* F. Oakeley,* W. Palmer* (1803–85). See also Anglo-Catholics; England, C 7; Tractarianism.

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