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    Armstrong, John Rutherford (male) 08/22/1813 - 05/16/1856 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Bishop of Grahamstown; influenced by Oxford Movement; wrote The Pastor in his Closet (1847), Sermons on the Festivals (1845), Tracts for the Christian Seasons (1848–9, 1849–50), Sermons for the Christian Seasons (1852–3), Tracts for Parochial Use (1852–3), and Parochial Sermons (1854); worked for church penitentiaries. See Boase I: 84-5, ODNB.

    Cooper, William (male) 01/06/1810 - 09/17/1877 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Barrister and author; wrote A Sketch of the Life of H. Cooper and C. Cooper (1856) and 3 dramas, The Student of Jena (1842), Mokanna (1843), and Zopyrus (1856). See Boase I: 712.

    Davies, Rev. James (male) 05/20/1820 - 03/11/1883 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Classical scholar and cleric; changed his name to Davies from Banks in in 1858; prebendery of Hertford; wrote for Saturday Review, Blackwood's Magazine, Contemporary Review, and Quarterly Review. See Boase I: 827, ODNB.

    Morley, John (male) 12/24/1838 - 09/23/1923 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Critic, editor, journalist, and statesman. M.P.; Secretary of State for India; editor of the Fortnightly Review, and of the Pall Mall Gazette; wrote monographs on Voltaire (1872), Rousseau (1873), Diderot and the Encyclopaedists (1878), Burke (1879), and Walpole (1889). See ODNB.

    Overton, John Henry (male) 01/14/1835 - 09/17/1903 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Church of England cleric and ecclesiastical historian; published The English Church in the Eighteenth Century (1878); frequent speaker at church congresses; a high-churchman. See ODNB.

    Sale, Charles John (male) 1817 - 11/26/1896 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Ordained as priest (1842); Rector of Holt and Little Witley, Worcestershire. See Guardian, Dec. 2, 1896: 7; Ecclesiastical Gazette, Jan. 1843: 149.

    Stebbing, William (male) 05/16/1831 - 05/27/1926 English Lincoln College, Oxford; Worcester College, Oxford

    Journalist and author; barrister; lectured on history at King's College, London; spent 30 years at The Times writing leaders, and book reviews; wrote biographies and books of essays. See ODNB.

    Teulon, Josiah Sanders (male) 09/12/1838 - 01/09/1902 English Lincoln College, Oxford

    Prebendary of the Cathedral, and Vice-Principal of the Theological College, Chichester.

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