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    Alexander, William (male) 04/13/1824 - 09/12/1911 Irish Exeter College, Oxford

    Archbishop of Armgh; held tractarian views; published theological works and verse. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Armstrong, Edward (male) 03/03/1846 - 04/04/1928 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Teacher and scholar; taught at Rugby, and at Queen's College, Oxford; was leading English authority on the Italian Renaissance and Dante. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Austin, Wiltshire Stanton (male) 1826 - 09/07/1875 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Barrister; one of the original contributors to Temple Bar; co-author of The Lives of the Poets-Laureate (1853), edited Weeds from the Isis (1856). See Boase IV: 209.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Badham, Francis Pritchett (male) 03/16/1864 - 07/26/1913 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Barrister and author; wrote The Formation of the Gospels (1891), Nelson in Naples (1900)

    Butler, George (male) 06/11/1819 - 03/14/1890 English Exeter College, Oxford; Trinity College, Cambridge

    Divine and schoolmaster; professor at Durham University; principal of Liverpool College; wrote Principles of Imitative Art (1852). See Boase IV: 562-3, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Dalgairns, John Dobrée (male) 10/21/1818 - 04/06/1876 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Roman Catholic priest and scholar; associated with Oxford Movement; contributed to Newman's The Lives of the English Saints. See Boase I: 802-3, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Dyce, Rev. Alexander (male) 06/30/1798 - 05/15/1869 Scottish Exeter College, Oxford

    Literary scholar, cleric, and editor; ordained as Anglican priest in 1823; edited works for the publisher William Pickering; his edition of Shakespeare was first published in 1859; wrote Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers (1856). See Boase I: 945-6, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Goldsmid, Nathaniel (male) 1806 - 1860 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Member of the Oxford Movement who converted to Roman Catholicism; born Nathaniel Moses, brought up Jewish, converted to Christianity at age 16; barrister.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Kebbel, Thomas Edward (male) 11/23/1826 - 11/05/1917 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Journalist; Delete 1827 as year of birth; add 1826. He was born in Nov. 1826, baptized in Jan. 1827. ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    King, Richard John (male) 01/18/1818 - 02/10/1879 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Antiquary, wrote Selections from Early Ballad Poetry (1842), contributed to Murray's handbooks on English counties; regular contributor to the Saturday Review, Quarterly Review, and Fraser's Magazine. See Boase II: 228, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    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.

    Marriott, Charles (male) 08/24/1811 - 09/15/1858 English Balliol College, Oxford; Exeter College, Oxford

    Church of England cleric and college teacher; disciple of John Henry Newman; principal of the Diocesan Theological College at Chichester; wrote Sermons Preached before the University and in other Places (1843) and other works; editor of the Literary Churchman. See Boase II: 745, ODNB.

    Moore, Aubrey Lackington (male) 11/30/1848 - 01/17/1890 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Theologian; Fellow, Tutor, and Dean of Divinity of Magdalen College; wrote in the Guardian; wrote Science and the Faith (1889), Lectures on the Reformation in England (1890), and other works. See Boase II: 943-4, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Moseley, Henry Nottidge (male) 11/14/1844 - 11/10/1881 English Exeter College, Oxford; University of London

    Naturalist; sailed on H.M.S. Challenger;  taught at University of London and at Merton College, Oxford; wrote Notes by a Naturalist on the Challenger (1879) and other works.

    Pearce, Maresco (male) 1832 - 01/01/1897 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Illustrator and poet; father of the artist Charles Maresco Pearce; wrote Philip of Konigsmarkt and Poems (1863); a solicitor. Thanks to Levana Taylor for some biographical information.

    Power, D'arcy (male) 11/11/1855 - 05/18/1941 English New College, Oxford; Exeter College, Oxford

    Surgeon and medical historian; contributed about 200 articles to the Dictionary of National Biography;  wrote textbooks and articles for medical journals.

    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.

    Riley, Henry Thomas (male) 1816 - 04/14/1878 English Trinity College, Cambridge; Clare College, Cambridge; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; Exeter College, Oxford

    Translator and antiquary; barrister; inspector for Historical Manuscripts Commission; translated The Metamorphoses of Ovid (1852) and other works; wrote Dictionary of Latin Quotations (1856). See Boase III: 177.

    Rumsey, Almaric (male) 12/31/1825 - 1899 English Exeter College, Oxford; St. Mary Hall, Oxford

    Professor of Indian Jurisprudence at King's College, London. Member of the Athenaeum staff from 1863 to Oct 1898; wrote A Chart of Family Inheritance according to orthodox Moohummudan law (1866) and other works. See Boase VI: 510.

    Sketchley, Richard Forster (male) 1826 - 1911 English Exeter College, Oxford

    Assistant Keeper of the South Kensington Museum; became contributor to Punch in 1864; served as staff member, 1868-1880 (Spielmann, History of "Punch", pp. 368-369).

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