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    Berkeley, George Charles Grantley Fitzhardinge (male) 02/10/1800 - 02/10/1881 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    Politician, writer, and sportsman; M.P.; assaulted James Fraser over an article in Fraser's Magazine; wrote Sandron Hall, or the Days of Queen Anne (1840), My Life and Recollections (1865-6). See Boase I: 254, ODNB.

    Chambers, Edmund Kerchever (male) 03/16/1866 - 01/21/1954 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    Civil servant at Board of Education, literary critic, and Shakespearean scholar; wrote Elizabethan Stage (1923), biographies of Coleridge and Matthew Arnold,and many other works.

    Coleridge, John Taylor (male) 07/09/1790 - 02/11/1876 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    Judge; barrister; wrote for Quarterly Review and British Critic; editor of Quarterly Review (1825). See Boase I: 675, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Keble, John (male) 04/25/1792 - 03/29/1866 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    English churchman and poet, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement; wrote The Christian Year. See Boase II: 169-70, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Morfill, William Richard (male) 11/17/1834 - 11/09/1909 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford; Oriel College, Oxford

     Professor of Russian and the other Slavonic languages at the University of Oxford; wrote Dawn of European Literature: Slavonic Literature (1883), A Grammar of the Russian Language (1889), and other works.

    Mylne, Louis George (male) 04/20/1843 - 02/19/1921 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    Bishop of Bombay 1876-97. See Evangelicalism in the Church of England c.1790-c.1890 (2004): 166; Dictionary of Indian Biography: 309.

    Nettleship, Henry (male) 05/05/1839 - 07/10/1893 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    Classical scholar; professor of Latin.

    Swayne, Rev. George Carless (male) 1818 - 1892 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    Schoolmaster, journalist, and chaplain; frequent contributor to Blackwood's Magazine and Once a Week; Chaplin at Le Harve from 1877. See Boase III: 846.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Thursfield, Jsir ames Richard (male) 11/16/1840 - 11/22/1923 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford

    Naval historian and journalist; editor of the Times Literary Supplement

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