Hence we account for the existence of the two orders of clergy who officiate at our altars—the evangelical and the Tractarian.
He had seen the Tractarian Movement from a distance, in due perspective.
On the secession of Newman he became the virtual leader of the Tractarian movement.
This Tractarian movement was interrupted by the arrival of Mrs. Mavick.
It was determined to transform the Pilgrim's Progress into a Tractarian book.
In 1833 arose the Puseyite or Tractarian controversy as it was called.
The finding of the court, however, was reversed by the privy council, and its judgment dealt a new blow at the Tractarian party.
She has practised vagaries—Tractarian sometimes, and sometimes Methodist.
The goodwill of the Tractarian firm (if we may so express it) has now been acquired by men with very different aims and methods.
The Tractarian movement has undoubtedly been one of the chief causes of this.