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    Adams, Henry Gardiner (male) 1811 - 05/01/1881 English

    Druggist, chemist, naturalist, and author; secretary of Mechanics Institute of Chatham; wrote books about flowers, birds and butterflies; wrote juvenile literature under the pseudonym nemo; edited collections of poetical quotations. See Boase IV: 32.

    Burges, George (male) 1786 - 01/11/1864 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    Inventor, entrepreneur, and writer; wrote classical works; expert on Greek literature; constructed aerial conveyances; a prominent Tory; gave lectures on literature. See Boase I: 477, ODNB.

    Christmas, Henry (male) 1811 - 03/11/1868 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Traveller, theologian, antiquarian, numismatist, and editor; visited Spain and Portugal extensively in 1842; member of the Royal Academy of Archaeology of Madrid; visited Greece and Turkey in 1850; translated poetry of Lamartine; editor of the Church of England Quarterly Review 1840-43, 1854-58; friend of Dr. Worthington. See Boase I: 617, ODNB.

    Cox, John Edmund (male) 10/09/1812 - 10/27/1890 English All Souls College, Oxford

    Cleric and author; edited the Memoir of Sarah Martin, and wrote Principles of the Reformation, Life of Cranmer, Life of Luther, Protestantism Contrasted with Romanism, other works; is noted in Men of the Times to have been an extensive contributor to the North British and Church of England Quarterly Reviews. See Boase IV: 763-4.

    Doran, John (male) 03/11/1807 - 01/25/1878 English

    Journalist and miscellaneous writer; wrote for the Literary Chronicle and the Athenaeum; edited the Church and State Gazette and Notes and Queries; wrote Lives of the Queens of England of the House of Hanover (1855), Annals of the English Stage from T. Betterton to E. Kean (1864) and other works. See Boase I: 898, ODNB.

    Drew, George Smith (male) 1819 - 01/21/1880 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Cleric; incumbent of St. John's, London; promoted evening classes for young men; Vicar of Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire; Wrote Scripture Lands in Connection with their History (1860); fellow of the Royal Geographical Society; wrote for the Christian Observe and the Contemporary Review. See Boase I: 916-7, ODNB.

    Fowler, John Coke (male) 12/26/1815 - 12/16/1899 English Pembroke College, Oxford

    Barrister of the Inner Temple; magistrate; wrote Church Pews, their Origin and Legal Incidents (1844)Collieries and Colliers: A Handbook of the Law and Leading Cases Relating Thereto (1872); contributed articles to British Quarterly Review. See Boase V: 339.

    Girdlestone, Edward (male) 09/16/1805 - 12/04/1884 English Balliol College, Oxford

    Cleric, Vicar of Deane; known as "The Agricultural Labourers' Friend"; his Sermons on Romanism and Tractarianism (1851) opposed the Tractarian movement; took a literary view of the Bible. See ODNB.

    Horne, Richard Henry (male) 12/31/1802 - 03/13/1884 English

    Naval midshipman, edited the Monthly Repository (1836-1837), spent much time in Australia; wrote poems, dramas, histories; editor / author of A New Spirit of the Age (1844). See Boase I: 1539, ODNB.

    Horne, Thomas Hartwell (male) 10/20/1780 - 01/27/1862 English Christ's Hospital, London

    Biblical scholar and bibliographer; wrote Introduction to the Study of Bibliography (1814), An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures (1818); prebendary in St. Paul's Cathedral. See Boase I: 1539, ODNB.

    Hunt, James Henry Leigh (male) 10/19/1784 - 08/28/1859 English

    Celebrated essayist and poet, published The Examiner with his brother, friend of Cockney School poets, active in literary life for several decades. See Boase I: 1591, ODNB.

    Lathbury, Thomas (male) 1798 - 02/11/1865 English St. Edmund Hall, Oxford

    Church of England cleric and ecclesiastical historian; anti-Catholic; wrote Protestantism the Old Religion, Popery the New (1838), Guy Fawkes, or, A Complete History of the Gunpowder Plot (1839), and other works. See Boase II: 313, ODNB.

    Maguire, Rev. Robert (male) 03/03/1826 - 09/03/1890 Irish Trinity College, Dublin

    Cleric; curate at St. Nicholas's Cork; Clerical Secretary of the Islington Protestant Institute; rector of St. Olave's Southwark; wrote The Early Irish Church Independent of Rome (1853), St. Peter Non-Roman (1871) and other works. See Boase II: 692-3, ODNB.

    Manners, John James Robert (male) 12/12/1818 - 08/04/1906 English Trinity College, Cambridge

    Statesman; wrote England's Trust and Other Poems (1841), English Ballads and Other Poems (1850); M.P.; leading figure in Young England movement. See ODNB.

    Mendham, Joseph (male) 02/14/1769 - 11/01/1856 English St. Edmund Hall, Oxford

    Cleric; curate at Sutton-Coldfield, Warwickshire; collected a library of controversial theology; contributed to Notes and Queries, the Protestant Journal, the Christian Observer, and the Church of England Quarterly Review. See ODNB.

    Muir, John (male) 02/05/1810 - 03/07/1882 Scottish University of Glasgow

    Civil servant in India; wrote Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India, Their Religion and Institutions (1852-1870). See Boase II: 1018, ODNB.

    Paley, Frederick Abthorp (male) 01/14/1815 - 12/08/1888 English St. John's College, Cambridge

    Classical scholar; produced editions of Greek classical plays; converted to Catholicism in 1846. See Boase II: 1310, ODNB.

    Richards, Alfred Bate (male) 02/17/1820 - 06/12/1876 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Writer, barrister, and journalist; wrote several tragedies; wrote several books of poems including Death and the Magdalen (1845) and The Dream of the Soul (1848); edited the British Army Despatch, the Mirror of the Time, the Daily Telegraph, and the Morning Advertiser. See Boase III: 137. ODNB.

    Roberts, E. T. (unknown) unknown

    Rowe, Samuel (male) 11/11/1793 - 09/15/1853 English Jesus College, Cambridge

    Bookseller, antiquarian, and cleric; Vicar of Crediton, Devon; co-publisher of the Plymouth Literary Magazine; write Perambulation of Dartmoor (1848). See Boase III: 327, ODNB.

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