The following quotes show that Spurgeon accused Pusey (and his followers) of
1. Attempting to Re-unite Anglicanism with Catholicism
Nowadays Dr. Pusey dreams that the Anglican and the Russian Church may be united, and then perhaps the Romish may chime in—and so once more all may be one. A mere dream! A mere chimera of a kindly but whimsical brain! If it should ever come to be a reality it would prove to be an upas tree at the roots of which every honest man must at once lay his axe. But what did the Savior mean, "That they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me"?
Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 12
spoke of idolatry as being buried at Athens and consigned to its tomb at Rome, but it lives in the Puseyism of the present hour; men are naturally idolaters, and it is nothing but idolatry which nowadays, in the
toyshops of the Tractarians is polluting the simplicity of our worship by thrusting their childish symbols
and emblems before the sublime truth that God is to be worshipped in spirit, and only to be approached
through the atoning sacrifice of His only-begotten Son.
The Heart - A Den of Evil