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    Angus, Joseph (male) 01/16/1816 - 08/28/1902 English University of Edinburgh; King's College, London

    Baptist divine; wrote on Egyptian history and biblical subjects.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Besant, Walter (male) 08/14/1836 - 06/09/1901 English King's College, London; Christ's College, Cambridge

    Novelist and historian; wrote Studies in French Poetry (1868) and many novels.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Edwardes, Sir Herbert (male) 11/12/1819 - 12/23/1868 English King's College, London

    Administrator, soldier, and statesman in the Punjab; wrote literary contributions to the Delhi Gazette often critical of British Indian policy; wrote A Year on the Punjab Frontier (1851). See Boase I: 963-4, ODNB.

    Fawcett, Henry (male) 08/23/1833 - 11/06/1884 English King's College, London; Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Statesman, political economist at Cambridge; M. P.; postmaster general; Lord Rector of Glasgow University. See Boase I: 1027-8.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Goldsmid, Sir Frederick John (male) 05/19/1818 - 01/12/1908 English King's College, London

    Officer in British Army and in East India Company; expert in Asiatic languages
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Harding, Thomas Oliver (male) 01/05/1850 - 1896 English King's College, London; Trinity College, Cambridge

    Schoolmaster at Marlborough College and mathematician;  member Cambridge Apostles.

    Jones, Thomas Rymer (male) 03/20/1810 - 12/10/1880 English King's College, London

    Morphologist and physiologist; professor of anatomy; widely published technical articles; wrote General Outline of the Animal Kingdom and Manual of Comparative Anatomy (1839-41) and other works. See Boase II: 143-4, ODNB.

    Kingsley, Charles (male) 06/12/1819 - 01/23/1875 English King's College, London; Magdalene College, Cambridge

    Cleric and professor of English literature; novelist; edited Fraser's Magazine; wrote Yeast, Westward Ho!, The Water-Babies, many other works. See Boase 2: 234-5, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Lush, William (male) 1835 - 1918 unknown King's College, London

    Vicar of Stixwould; edited "The Remembrances or Gems from Authors" (1866).

    Macknight, Thomas (male) 02/15/1829 - 11/19/1899 English King's College, London

    Political writer and newspaper editor; wrote leaders for London daily newspapers; wrote biographies of Disraeli and of Edmund Burke; editor of Belfast Northern Whig. See Boase VI: 126, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Masters, Maxwell Tylden (male) 04/15/1833 - 05/30/1907 English King's College, London; University of St. Andrews

    Botanist; editor of Gardeners' Chronicle.

    Medd, Rev. Peter Goldsmith (male) 07/18/1829 - 07/25/1908 English King's College, London; University College, Oxford

    Taught at University College, Oxford; rector of North Cerney, Cirencester; Brampton lecturer; wrote The Priest to the Altar, or Aids to the Devout Celebration of Holy Communion (1865), Sermons Preached in the Parish Church of Barnes (1877); The One Mediator (1884). See The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: 268. See ODNB.

    Micklethwaite, John Thomas (male) 05/03/1843 - 10/18/1906 English King's College, London

    Architect;  Surveyor of the Fabric of Westminster Abbey,.

    Mivart, St. George Jackson (male) 11/30/1827 - 04/01/1900 English King's College, London

    Biologist; Vice-President of the Zoological Society; supporter of natural selection who later opposed evolution; wrote On the Genesis of Species (1871).

    Murray, George (male) 03/23/1830 - 03/13/1910 Canadian King's College, London

    Educator, poet, and journalist; awarded Lusby scholarship at Oxford; went to Canada in 1859 and was senior classical master at Montreal High School; contributed to Canadian press and published Verses and Versions (1891); edited "Notes and Queries: for the Montreal Star.

    Pearson, Charles Henry (male) 09/07/1830 - 05/29/1894 English Oriel College, Oxford; King's College, London

    Colonial minister and historian; wrote The History of England during the Early and Middle Ages (1867) and mnay other works; professor of modern history at King's College, London; minister in government of South Australia; editor of National Review. See Boase II: 1421-2, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Perks, Robert William (male) 04/24/1849 - 11/30/1934 English King's College, London

    Solicitor, industrailist associated with railways and port contruction firms; liberal politician and M.P.

    Weale, William Henry James (male) 03/08/1832 - 04/26/1917 English King's College, London

    Art historian; expert on early bookbinding; curator of the library of the South Kensington Museum; wrote  Bookbindings and rubbings of bookbindings in the National Art Library, South Kensington Museum (1894-1898) and other works.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

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