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    Boger, Edmund (male) 11/09/1822 - 09/13/1899 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    School teacher and vicar; fellow of Exeter College; vicar of Chart Sutton; wrote Outlines of Roman History (1861). See Boase IV: 443.

    Bridges, Matthew (male) 1800 - 1894 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Roman Catholic priest; cleric at Babbicombe or Babbacombe; wrote History of the Roman Empire under Constantine the Great (1828), Babbicombe, or Visions of Memory with Other Poems (1842).
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Burrows, Montagu (male) 10/27/1819 - 07/10/1905 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Historian and university administrator; served in British navy; active in church and political affairs; wrote regularly for The Guardian and founded two short-lived papers, the Church and State Review (1861) and The Churchman (1866); wrote and / or edited fifteen books. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Dasent, Sir George Webbe (male) 05/22/1817 - 06/11/1896 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Norse scholar, diplomat, journalist, and editor; served in Stockholm; assistant editor of The Times; professor of English Literature and Modern History at King's College; wrote The Story of Burnt Njal from the Icelandic of the Njals Saga (1861) and other works. See Boase V: 22.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Emerton, James Alexander (male) 1805 - 1869 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Cleric; taught at Radley Hall; curate at Hanwell; wrote Semons on Church Building (1842), Christ Church, Ealing, and our Ecclesiastical Tribunals (1856), Hanwell Rectory; or, the use and abuse of Episcopal Patronage (1866).

    Johnson, Manuel John (male) 05/23/1805 - 02/28/1859 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Astronomer and Director of the Radcliffe Observatory at Oxford; soldier; wrote A Catalogue of 606 Principal Fixed Stars in the Southern Hemisphere (1835). See Boase II: 108, ODNB.

    Murray, Eustace Clare Grenville (male) 1824 - 12/20/1881 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Journalist and diplomat; attache at Constantinople and Teheran; wrote for Vanity Fair; Paris correspondent for the Daily News and the Pall Mall Gazette. See Boase II: 1043-4.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Palmer, William Patrick (male) 02/14/1803 - 1885 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford; Trinity College, Dublin

    High Churchman, liturgical scholar, and editor; prebendary of Salisbury; taught at Worcester, Oxford, and known as Palmer of Worcester; wrote Origines liturgicae,or antiquities of the English Ritual (1832) and other works; editor of the English Review. See Boase II: 1324-5, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Spencer, Aubrey George (male) 02/08/1795 - 02/24/1872 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Bishop; appointed archdeacon in 1825; first bishop of Newfoundland in 1839; wrote A Brief Account of the Church of England (1867). See Boase III: 685, ODNB.

    Trevor, George (male) 01/30/1809 - 06/18/1888 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Cleric, historian, and journalist; chaplain in Madras 1836-1845; held clerical positions in York; contributed to Blackwood's Magazine; wrote Doctrines and Means of Grace (1851) and other religious works; wrote India: an Historical Sketch (1858) and other historical works; editor of Parochial Missionary Magazine. See Boase III: 1017-8, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Webb, Rev. Thomas William (male) 12/14/1807 - 05/19/1885 English Magdalen Hall, Oxford

    Cleric and astronomer; according to his obituary he made [unidentified] contributions to Fraser's Magazine; See Boase III: 1247, ODNB.

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