Sunday, 10 February 2013

SECTS IN ENGLAND.

—The following is a list of denominations certified to the Registrar-General

Apostolics,
Armenian New Society,
Baptists,
Baptized Believers,
Believers in Christ,
Bible Christians,
Bible Defence Association,
Brethren Calvinists,
Calvinistic Baptists,
Catholic and Apostolic Church,
Christians,
Christians who object to be otherwise designated,
Christian Believers,
Christian Brethren,
Christian Eliasites,
Christian Israelites,
Christian Teetotallers,
Christian Temperance Men,
Christian Unionists,
Church of Scotland,
Church of Christ,
Countess of Huntington's Connexion,
Disciples in Christ,
Eastern Orthodox Greek Church,
Eclectics,
Episcopalian Dissenters,
Evangelical Unionists,
Followers of the Lord Jesus Christ,
Free Grace Gospel Christians,
Free Gospel Church,
Free Christians,
Free Church (Episcopal),
Free Church of England,
Free Union Church,
General Baptist,
General Baptist New Connexion,
German Lutheran,
German Roman Catholic,
Greek Catholic,
Hallelujah Band,
Independents,
Independent Religious Reformers,
Independent Unionists,
Inghamites,
Jews,
Latter Day Saints,
Modern Methodists,
Mormons,
New Connexion of Wesleyans,
New Jerusalem Church,
New Church,
Old Baptists,
Original Connexion of Wesleyans,
Plymouth Brethren,
Peculiar People,
Presbyterian Church in England,
Primitive Methodists,
Progressionists,
Protestants adhering to the Articles of the Church of England 1 to 18 inclusive, but rejecting order and ritual,
Providence Quakers,
Ranters,
Reformers,
Reformed Presbyterians or Covenanters,
Recreative Religionists,
Refuge Methodists,
Reform Free Church of Wesleyan Methodists,
Revivalists,
Roman Catholics,
Salem Society,
Sandermanians,
Scotch Baptists,
Second Advent Brethren,
Separatists (Protestant),
Seventh Day Baptists;
Swedenborgians,
Testimony Congregational Church,
Trinitarians,
Union Baptists,
Unitarians,
Unitarian Christians,
United Christian
United Free Methodist Church,
United Brethren or Moravians,
United Presbyterians,
Unitarian Baptists,
Welsh Calvinistic Methodists,
Welsh Free-Presbyterians,
Wesleyan Methodist Association,
Wesleyan Reformers,
and Wesleyan Reform Glory Band.  

The Sydney Morning Herald 3 December 1867,

[Definitely all 'CERTIFIED'. . . . .]

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