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    Brodhurst, Bernard Edward Spencer (male) 1867 - 1916 English Magdalen College, Oxford

    Barrister; born 1866/67; wrote The Law and Practice of the Stock Exchange (1897); Surname is misspelled in Wellesley as "Broadhurst" (apparently a typographical error, since it is in the proper alphabetical place for its correct spelling). See BL Cat.

    Ferrier, James Frederick (male) 06/16/1808 - 06/11/1864 Scottish University of Edinburgh; Magdalen College, Oxford

    Metaphysical writer; professor of Moral Philosophy, St. Andrews; wrote for Blackwood's Magazine; wrote The Institutes of Metaphysics (1854). See Boase I: 1038-9, ODNB.

    Green, John Richard (male) 12/12/1837 - 03/07/1883 English Magdalen College, Oxford; Jesus College, Oxford

    Historian and cleric; curate of Holy Trinity, Hoxton; wrote A Short History of the English People (1874) and other works; contributed to the Saturday Review. See Boase I: 1225, ODNB.

    Hutton, William Holden (male) 05/24/1860 - 10/24/1930 English Magdalen College, Oxford

    Historian and cleric; Dean of Winchester; delivered Bampton lectures in 1903; wrote a biography of Richard Wellesley.

    Massingberd, Rev. Francis Charles (male) 12/03/1800 - 12/05/1872 English Magdalen College, Oxford

    Cleric; chancellor of the diocese of Lincoln; wrote English History of the Leaders of the Reformation (1842), The Educational and Missionary Work of the Church in the Eighteenth Century (1859), The Law of the Church and the Law of the State (1859). See Boase II: 787, ODNB.

    Reade, Charles (male) 06/08/1814 - 04/11/1884 English Magdalen College, Oxford

    Novelist, barrister, and playwright; wrote It is Never Too Late to Mend (1856), The Cloister and the Hearth (1861), and many other novels and plays. See Boase III: 64-65, ODNB.

    Senior, Nassau William (male) 09/26/1790 - 06/04/1864 English Magdalen College, Oxford

    Barrister; professor of political economy at Oxford; member of factory, trade, and poor law commissions; fellow of University of London; wrote many political articles for Edinburgh Review; author of works on political economy, philosophy; wrote Conservations with M. Thiers (1878). See Boase III: 492-3, ODNB.

    Smith, Goldwin (male) 08/13/1823 - 06/07/1910 English Christ Church, Oxford; Magdalen College, Oxford

    Historian, writer on politics; staff writer for Morning Chronicle; wrote for Saturday Review, the Edinburgh Review, Macmillan's Magazine, the Fortnightly Review, Contemporary Review, and Nineteenth Century, as well as for newspapers such as The Times and especially the Daily News. See ODNB.

    Wilson, John (male) 05/19/1785 - 04/02/1854 Scottish Magdalen College, Oxford; University of Glasgow

    Writer and scholar; contributed to Blackwood's Magazine under the name Christopher North; professor of moral philosophy at Edinburgh University; wrote The isle of palms and other poems (1812), Lights and shadows of Scottish life (1822), The Foresters (1825), and other works. See Boase III: 1415-6, ODNB.

    Wrangham, Francis (male) 06/11/1769 - 12/27/1842 English Magdalen College, Oxford

    Writer and Church of England cleric; published book of poems in 1802; radical in his youth; Rector at Hunmanby-with Folkton; prolific writer, translator, and editor; passionate book collector. See ODNB.

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