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    Alison, Archibald (male) 12/29/1792 - 05/23/1867 Scottish University of Edinburgh

    Historian and lawyer; wrote at least 50 articles for Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine; noted high Tory, opposed to Parliamentary reform; wrote History of Europe during the French Revolution (1833-1842); attacked Malthus. See Boase I: 47, ODNB.

    Armstrong, John Rutherford (male) 08/22/1813 - 05/16/1856 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Bishop of Grahamstown; influenced by Oxford Movement; wrote The Pastor in his Closet (1847), Sermons on the Festivals (1845), Tracts for the Christian Seasons (1848–9, 1849–50), Sermons for the Christian Seasons (1852–3), Tracts for Parochial Use (1852–3), and Parochial Sermons (1854); worked for church penitentiaries. See Boase I: 84-5, ODNB.

    Bandinel, James (male) 1814 - 1893 English Wadham College, Oxford

    Cleric and writer; Rector of Emley; wrote Lufra; or the convent of Algrarve: a poem in eight cantos (1851), Milton Davenant (1852), and other works; wrote for the English Review and Ainsworth's Magazine. See Boase IV: 256, ODNB.

    Berens, Venerable Edward (male) 1777 - 04/07/1859 English Christ Church, Oxford

    Cleric; vicar of Shrivenham, Archdeacon of Berkshire; wrote A Memoir of the Life of Bishop Mant (1849), Twenty-Three Short Lectures on the Church Catechism (1851), Advice to Oxford Freshmen (1853), and other works. See Boase I: 250.

    Biber, George Edward (male) 09/04/1801 - 01/19/1874 German

    Writer and cleric; born in Germany but naturalized by vote of parliament; vicar of Holy Trinity, Roehampton; wrote for the English Review, the Churchman's Magazine, the Literary Churchman; edited John Bull. See Boase I: 269, ODNB.

    Churton, Edward (male) 02/10/1800 - 07/04/1874 English Christ Church, Oxford

    Theologian and Spanish scholar; archdeacon of Cleveland; member of Hackney Phalanx; wrote Memoir of Joshua Watson (1861); wary of Pusey and Newman; edited Englishman's Library, which sought to counterbalance Tracts. See ODNB.

    Colquhoun, John Campbell (male) 01/23/1803 - 04/17/1870 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Biographer and politician; M.P.; wrote Short Sketches of Some Notable Lives (1855), Life in Italy and France in the Olden Times (1858), William Wilberforce, His Friends and Times (1866). See Boase I: 686. ODNB.

    Gladstone, William E. (male) 12/29/1809 - 05/19/1898 English Christ Church, Oxford

    Member of Parliament, founder of Colonial bishoprics fund, Secretary of State for Colonies (1845-6); Chancellor of the Exchequer (1852-1855); four times Prime Minister; author of The State in its relations with the church (1838). See Boase V: 418-420, ODNB.

    Gresley, William (male) 03/16/1801 - 11/19/1876 English Christ Church, Oxford

    Extreme High Churchman; prebendary of Litchfield; wrote Bernard Leslie (1842), The Forest of Arden (1843), and other works. See Boase I: 1237, ODNB.

    Gurney, Archer Thompson (male) 07/15/1820 - 03/21/1887 English

    Barrister and cleric; chaplain to Court chapel, Paris; spent time in Bonn; wrote hymns and songs, a play Turandot, Princess of China (1836); wrote for journals including the New Quarterly Review. See Boase I: 1260, ODNB.

    Jebb, John (male) 09/27/1775 - 12/09/1833 Irish Trinity College, Dublin

    Church of Ireland bishop of Limerick; wrote Sermons on Subjects Chiefly Practical (1815), Essay on Sacred Literature (1820), and other works. See ODNB.

    Le Bas, Charles Webb (male) 04/26/1779 - 01/25/1861 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    Distinguished preacher and writer; mathematical professor and dean at the East India College, Haileybury; wrote Sermons on Various Occasions (1822-34); supporter of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; one of the principal contributors to the British Critic. See Boase II: 346, ODNB.

    Lyne, Charles (male) 1802 - 05/05/1873 English

    Cleric; prebendary of Exeter; wrote An Old Man's wanderings, a Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts (1845). See Boase II: 544.

    Manning, Henry Edward (male) 07/15/1808 - 01/14/1892 English Balliol College, Oxford

    Cardinal; raised as Anglican and served as cleric in Church of England; member of Oxford Movement, wrote Tract 78; archdeacon of Chichester; converted to Roman Catholicism in 1851. See Boase II: 722, ODNB.

    Palmer, William Patrick (male) 02/14/1803 - 1885 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford; Trinity College, Dublin

    High Churchman, liturgical scholar, and editor; prebendary of Salisbury; taught at Worcester, Oxford, and known as Palmer of Worcester; wrote Origines liturgicae,or antiquities of the English Ritual (1832) and other works; editor of the English Review. See Boase II: 1324-5, ODNB.

    Phillimore, Sir Robert (male) 11/05/1810 - 02/04/1885 English Christ Church, Oxford

    M. P.; official of the archdeaconries of Middlesex and London 1840-1862; judge of the Cinque ports 1855-1875; president of the Association for reform and codification of law of nations 1879; knighted 1862. See Boase II: 1498-9, ODNB.

    Robertson, James Craigie (male) 1813 - 07/09/1882 Scottish Trinity College, Cambridge

    Anglican churchman, canon of Canterbury Cathedral; studied German literature; vicar of Bekesbourne near Canterbury; professor of ecclesiastical history at King's College, London; wrote How Shall We Conform to the Liturgy? (1843), Writings on the Gorham case (1850), History of the Christian Church (1851-1873); contributed to the Quarterly Review. See Boase III: 210-11, ODNB.

    Sewell, William (male) 01/13/1797 - 11/14/1874 English Merton College, Oxford

    Cleric and author; curate of St. Nicholas in Carisbrooke Castle; tutor and librarian at Exeter College; steadfast high churchman sympathetic to Oxford Movement; published many collections of sermons and translations of Greek works; reviewer for Quarterly Review. See Boase III: 499-500, ODNB.

    Warburton, Bartholomew Elliot George (male) 1810 - 01/04/1852 Irish Queens' College, Cambridge; Trinity College, Cambridge

    Travel writer; wrote The Crescent and the Cross (1844), Zoe: an Episode of the Greek War (1847), Memoirs of Prince Rupert and the Cavaliers (1849); editor of Memoirs of Horace Walpole and His Contemporaries (1851). See Boase III: 1185-6, ODNB.

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