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    Arnold, Frederick (male) 01/02/1833 - 1891 English Christ Church, Oxford; Christ's College, Cambridge; University of Glasgow

    Divine; add to Wellesley born 2 Jan. 1833. See Boase IV:169-170.

    Bailey, Philip James (male) 04/22/1816 - 09/06/1902 English University of Glasgow

    Poet; wrote Festus, a poem (1848), The Angel World: and other poems (1850), The Age: a Colloquial Satire (1858), and other works. See ODNB.

    Bromhead, Sir Edward Thomas F. (male) 03/26/1789 - 03/14/1855 Irish Caius College, Cambridge; University of Glasgow

    Landowner and mathematician; fellow of the Royal Society. See Boase I: 412, ODNB.

    Brydson, Rev. Thomas (male) 1804 - 01/28/1855 Scottish University of Edinburgh; University of Glasgow

    Minister and poet; wrote Poems (1829), Pictures of the Past (1832); contributed to Edinburgh Literary Journal. See Boase I: 456-7, ODNB.

    Buchanan, Robert Williams (male) 08/18/1841 - 06/10/1901 Scottish University of Glasgow

    Poet and novelist; wrote for Glasgow newspapers, the Athenaeum, and other periodicals; collaborated on several plays; contributed to All the Year Round; published several books of poems; known for his criticisms of Swinburne. See ODNB.

    Burder, Dr. Henry Forster (male) 11/27/1783 - 12/29/1864 English University of Glasgow

    Nonconformist minister; cofounder of Congregational Union; professor of philosophy and mathematics at Hoxton college; wrote Pastoral Discourses on Revivals in Religion (1829) and other works. See Boase I: 476, ODNB.

    Burgess, Rev. Henry (male) 1808 - 02/10/1886 English University of Glasgow; University of Gottingen

    Cleric, Vicar of St. Andrew, Whittlesea, Cambs.; edited Journal of Sacred literature and Clerical Journal; author of Poems (1850), Festal epistles of St Athanasius translated from the Syriac (1852), other works. See Boase I: 478, ODNB.

    Campbell, Thomas (male) 07/27/1777 - 06/15/1844 Scottish University of Glasgow

    Born in Glasgow; prominent poet and editor; The Pleasures of Hope (1799); editor of New Monthly Magazine and Metropolitan Magazine; advocate for Polish independence. See ODNB.

    Carpenter, Rev. Lant (male) 09/02/1780 - 04/06/1840 English University of Glasgow

    Educator and Unitarian minister; minister at Bristol and at Lewin's Mead; believed in natural causes to explain world; wrote An Introduction to the Geography of the New Testament (1806), An Examination of the Charges made Against Unitarians and Unitarianism (1820), and other works. See ODNB.

    Daniel, William Shand (male) ? - 02/12/1858 Scottish University of Glasgow

    Contributed poems to Glasgow college albums; sheriff clerk edpute; edited History of the Abbey and Palace of Holyrood by Duncan Anderson (1852). See Boase I: 812.

    Finlay, George (male) 12/21/1799 - 01/26/1875 Scottish University of Glasgow; University of Gottingen

    Historian; lived in Greece as correspondent of the London Times; wrote A History of Greece from Its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Times. See Boase I: 1048-9, ODNB.

    Gaskell, William (male) 07/24/1805 - 06/11/1884 English University of Glasgow

    Unitarian Minister; pastor of Cross St. Chapel, Manchester; professor of literature; editor of Unitarian Herald; wrote Temperance Rhymes (1839) and other works. See Boase I: 1128-9, ODNB.

    Greville, Robert Kaye (male) 12/13/1794 - 06/04/1866 English University of Glasgow

    Biologist and botanist; involved in abolition and temperance movements; member of many learned societies. See Boase I: 1240, ODNB.

    Hales, John Wesley (male) 10/05/1836 - 05/19/1914 English University of Glasgow; Christ's College, Cambridge

    Professor of English Literature at King's College, London.

    Hoppus, John (male) 1789 - 01/29/1875 English University of Edinburgh; University of Glasgow

    Philosopher and Independent minister; professor at London University; wrote Sketches on the Continent in 1835 (1836), The Crisis of popular education (1847), and many other books. See http://www.unitarianhistory.org.uk/ministerobit18004.html, Boase I: 1536, ODNB.

    Hutton, Rev. Hugh (male) 1795 - 09/13/1871 Irish University of Glasgow

    Unitarian minister and poet; minister of the Old Meeting House, Birmingham; wrote Poetical Pieces, Chiefly on Devotional and Moral Subjects (1830), Gathered Leaves of Many Seasons (1871); published many sermons. See http://www.unitarianhistory.org.uk/ministerobit18004.html.

    Jeffrey, Francis (male) 10/23/1773 - 01/26/1850 Scottish Queen's College, Oxford; University of Glasgow

    Judge and literary critic; long term editor of Edinburgh Review; M.P. See ODNB.

    Knighton, William (male) 1834 - 03/31/1900 English University of Glasgow

    Managed school in Columbo, coffee plantation in Ceylon; professor of history and logic at Calcutta University; wrote The History of Ceylon (1845), Forest Live in Ceylon (1854), The Private Life of an Eastern King (1855), other works. See Boase V: 833.

    Langhorne, Charles Hartley (male) 06/20/1818 - 04/26/1845 English Exeter College, Oxford; University of Glasgow

    Classical scholar and poet; was pursuing studies for the bar at Lincoln's Inn when he died from lung disease; wrote poems published in Bentley's Miscellany. See John Sheehan, The Bentley Ballads (London: Richard Bentley, 1869): 94-95.

    MacGeorge, Robert Jackson (male) 1808 - 05/14/1884 Scottish University of Glasgow; University of Edinburgh

    C. of Episcopal Church, Glasgow, 1837-41; Dean of Argyll and the Isles 1872; edited the Church and the Anglo American Mag. At Toronto (1853); wrote A Legend of Carrick, a drama (1830), other works. See Boase II: 602.

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