Tractarians

   This word (from the Latin tractus, meaning a "course" or "space") refers in general to publications that advocate a particular course of action. The Tractarians were supporters of the Oxford movement, which began in the Church of England around 1833 and expressed its proposals in Tracts for the Times.

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