Good old days
To all sincere Lovers of their Religion, And of their Country ; of Truth, Learning, Charity, and Moderation ; to all honest Admirers of the good old Days of their best and wisest Fore-fathers, this first Part of the Primitive Liturgy Is most humbly dedicated.
This book is reviewed in The Historical Register, volume 11, 1727
It has been used as Laudator temporis acti (Praiser of past times) in Roman times.
-  The Primitive Liturgy: for the Use of the Oratory, John Henley, 1727, third edition, unnumbered page before p. 74
-  The Historical Register, volume 11, 1727
-  The Complete Tradesman, volume 2, part 2, page 7
- Spenser, Henry McDonald (May 1918). "Laudator Temporis Acti". The Lotus Magazine. 9 (8): 386. Retrieved 26 May 2014.
- Finkelstein, Norman H. (1999). The Way Things Never Were: The Truth About the "Good Old Days" (1st ed.). New York: Atheneum. ISBN 978-0689814129.
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