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Tract 1: Thoughts on the Ministerial Commission - To the clergy. "I fear we have neglected the real ground on which our authority is built,--our Apostolical descent." 9 September, 1833.
Tract 2: The Catholic Church - To the clergy. The Church ought not to be at the beck and call of the State. 9 September, 1833.
Tract 10: Heads of a Week-Day Lecture, Delivered to a Country Congregation in --shire - On the bishops as successors of the Apostles. 4 November, 1833.
Tract 11: The Visible Church, Letters 1 and 2 - Why is it not enough to be spiritually minded and to hold orthodox doctrine? If there is a Church Invisible, what is the use of a Church Visible? 11 November, 1833.
Tract 15: On the Apostolical Succession in the English Church - By W. Palmer; revised and completed by John Henry Newman. 13 December, 1833.
Tract 19: On Arguing Concerning the Apostolical Succession - If proofs demanded for the necessity of apostolic succession are unconvincing to opponents, we must remember that our first responsibility is to act in accordance with our Christian faith. Debating with outsiders is far less important. 23 December, 1833.
Tract 20: The Visible Church, Letter 3 - At this point, Newman still shared his countrymen's horror at "Popery". The visible Church as scriptural, which can only weaken corrupt systems. 24 December, 1833.
Tract 21: Mortification of the Flesh a Scripture Duty - On fasting. 1 January, 1834.
Tract 31: The Reformed Church - The Church has fallen away from her first love. Repudiating others' errors is little good if there is no unity and love in the reformed Church. 25 April, 1834.
Tract 33: Primitive Episcopacy - On missionary dioceses in the early Church, and how the physical size of a see often had to do with how many Christians were in the vicinity. 1 May, 1834.
Tract 34: Rites and Customs of the Church - The writings of the Fathers can be trusted on matters of Christian worship which may be mentioned only in passing or not at all in Scripture. 1 May, 1834.
Tract 38: Via Media, Number 1 - A dialogue between "Laicus" and "Clericus." The former is worried that claims to apostolicity mean that the Anglican church is no different that the "Popish" church against which the Reformers rebelled. 25 July, 1834.
Tract 3: Thoughts Respectfully Addressed to the Clergy on Alterations in the Liturgy - Deplores contemporary pleas to restore parts of the Anglican liturgy to an earlier style, to modernize some terminology, to make the worship service longer or shorter. Wary of the "taste for criticism." Considers in particular the rite for burial. 9 September, 1833.
Tract 41: Via Media, Number 2 - The dialogue continues. "A number of distinct doctrines are included in the notion of Protestantism: and as to all these, our Church has taken the via media between it and Popery." However, the Church of England is in need of a second Reformation. 24 August, 1834.
Tract 45: The Grounds of Our Faith - If the faults of Calvinism and Roman Catholicism are easy enough to see, what are the dangers of Protestantism? 18 October, 1834.
Tract 47: The Visible Church, Letter 4 - If the visible Church is of vital importance, what can be said of the salvation of professing Christians who belong to Protestant sects rather than to the Catholic and Apostolic Church? 1 November, 1834.
Tract 6: The Present Obligation of Primitive Practice; A Sin of the Church - Apostolic Succession ought to mean adhering to the doctrine of the early Church, not merely a chain of imposition of hands. The Eucharist ought to be made available every Lord's Day. 29 October, 1833.
Tract 71: On the Controversy with the Romanists - (Against Romanism, Number 1). The Established Church has been "from long security ignorant why we are not Roman Catholics." 1 January, 1836.
Tract 75: On the Roman Breviary as Embodying the Substance of the Devotional Services of the Church Catholic - (Introduction only). Newman discovers the Roman Breviary, although he accuses the Roman Church of defrauding the people of its benefits by using Latin. Pre-Reformation history of the Divine Office. 24 June, 1836.
Tract 79: On Purgatory - (Against Romanism, Number 3). Distinguishes between doctrine and practice. Says that although the doctrine sounds innocent enough, the practical expressions are most objectionable. 25 March, 1837.

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