The croupier announces, intoning as does a high-church curate, "There is seven hundred and forty pounds in the bank, gentlemen."
That certainly was a high-church dinner—that one tonight was.
His lordship is a critic with high Tory principles, and high-church notions.
The high-church party owes him canonization, as I said to the bishop yesterday.
Annoyed by wrangling sects, she may have too strenuously paraded her high-church principles.
His position as a high-church Whig, however, was an anomalous one.
Literature was represented by a lady who had written a high-church novel, and fashion by the publisher who had produced it.
"He is undoubtedly the just fruit of our own toleration," repeated the high-church rector.
Our high-church chaplain proved to be our only really useful man, at Aspinwall, after all.
This man was dressed something in the style of our own high-church divines, except that his black coat was longer, I think.