The love affairs of Lord Byron

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Some, alienated by the modernization of the liturgy, have been offended by what they consider a diminution of the mystery and venerability of church ritual with respect to the introduction of the vernacular, new hymns, and guitar playing at services. The Jewel in the Crown had gone and with it went much of the rationale for other colonies such as Ceylon, Burma, Aden, the Suez Canal even Malta which had all been colonies designed to support the infrastructure of a maritime Asian Empire organised around India.

Pages: 412

Publisher: University of Michigan Library (January 1, 1910)

ISBN: B003AM8908

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