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    Barham, Richard Harris Dalton (male) 1815 - 04/28/1886 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Ordained priest and rector; son of Richard Harris Barham; wrote The Life and Remains of Theodore Edward Hook (1849), The Life and Letters of the Rev. R.H. Barham (1870). See Boase IV: 264-265.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes (male) 10/13/1797 - 04/22/1839 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Poet and playwright; first novel The Aylmers (1827) satirized friends in Bath; wrote farces for Olympic and other theaters; wrote many songs. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Broderip, William John (male) 11/21/1789 - 02/27/1859 English Oriel College, Oxford

    English lawyer and naturalist; magistrate at Thames police court and Westminster court; collector of shells; fellow of the Geological Society; contributed to Transactions of the Geological Society, New Monthly Magazine, and Fraser's Magazine. See Boase I: 408, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Christie, John Frederick (male) 1806 - 09/25/1860 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Born in Ceylon; matriculated at Oriel on May 18, 1824; was a fellow from 1829-1848; friend of Newman who "read all the novels and all the poetry of the day"[Mozley, Reminiscences, I, 145]; vicar of Badgeworth in 1841; Rector of Ufton-Nervet.

    Colquhoun, John Campbell (male) 01/23/1803 - 04/17/1870 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Biographer and politician; M.P.; wrote Short Sketches of Some Notable Lives (1855), Life in Italy and France in the Olden Times (1858), William Wilberforce, His Friends and Times (1866). See Boase I: 686. ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Copleston, Edward (male) 02/02/1776 - 10/14/1849 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Bishop of Llandaff and moral philosopher; professor of poetry; wrote the Three Replies to the Calumnies of the Edinburgh Review (1810–11), letters to Sir Robert Peel on the currency and pauperism, 1819, and Inquiry into the Doctrines of Necessity and Predestination (1821).
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Earle, Rev. John (male) 01/29/1824 - 1903 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Professor of Anglo-Saxon, University of Oxford, from l876; hiw works include Anglo-Saxon Literature (1884) and English Prose: its Elements, History, and Usage (1890).
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Froude, (Richard) Hurrell (male) 03/25/1803 - 02/28/1836 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Church of England cleric; member of Oxford Movement; wrote several Tracts for the Times; wrote religious poems for the British Magazine. See ODNB.

    Froude, James Anthony (male) 04/23/1818 - 10/20/1894 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Historian and journalist; edited Fraser's Magazine; rector of St. Andrews University; professor of modern history at Oxford; wrote History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth (12 vols, 1856-70); The English in Ireland (1872-4), and many other works. See Boase V: 365-367, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Hughes, George Edward (male) 09/18/1821 - 05/02/1872 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Barrister in the ecclesiastical courts; noted rugby player. See Boase I: 1571.

    Hughes, John (male) 01/02/1790 - 12/13/1857 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Author; friend of Sir Walter Scott; wrote An Itinerary of Provence and the Rhoner (1822) and an edition of The Boscobel Tracts (1830); wrote for magazines under the name ‘Buller of Brasenose.’ See Boase I: 1573, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Hughes, Thomas (male) 10/19/1822 - 03/22/1896 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Lawyer, judge, and author; student athlete; Christian socialist involved with social movements; M.P.; best known novel John Brown's School Days (1857). See Boase V: 722-3, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Morfill, William Richard (male) 11/17/1834 - 11/09/1909 English Corpus Christi College, Oxford; Oriel College, Oxford

    Professor of Russian and the other Slavonic languages at the University of Oxford; wrote Dawn of European Literature: Slavonic Literature (1883), A Grammar of the Russian Language (1889), and other works.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Mozley, James Bowling (male) 09/15/1813 - 01/04/1878 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Theologian and journalist; studied with Pusey; was Newman's curate at St. Mary's, Oxford; contributed many articles to British Critic; co-editor of the Christian Remembrancer; his Bampton lectures of 1865, published as Eight Lectures on Miracles, ran to six editions. See Boase II: 1014, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Mozley, Thomas (male) 09/15/1806 - 06/17/1893 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Church of England cleric and writer; friend, supporter and brother-in-law of Newman; contributed extensively to the British Critic and became editor in 1841; wrote leading articles for The Times. See Boase II: 1014-5, ODNB.

    Parker, Henry (male) 1827 - 1892 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Fine art specialist.; son of Henry Parker (1788-1858) and Francis Darwin, the sister of Charles Darwin.

    Pattison, Mark (male) 10/10/1813 - 07/30/1884 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Biographer, scholar; drawn into Tractarianism in 1838; contributed to British Critic and Christian Remembrancer; contributed to Newman's Lives of the British Saints; tutor at Lincoln college; editor of Westminster Review, contributor to Saturday Review. See Boase II: 1389-90, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    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.)

    Potter, John Philips (male) 1793 - 1861 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Wrote The Moralist; or, Essays on the Means of Moral Education (1821), The Religion of Socrates (1831), Characteristics of the Greek Philosophers (1845) and other works.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Rickards, Samuel (male) 1796 - 08/24/1865 English Oriel College, Oxford

    Church of England cleric; contemporary of John Keble and John Henry Newman; supported the Oxford Movement, but with reservations; wrote Hymns for Private Devotion for the Sundays and Saints' Days (1825) and other works. See Boase III: 163-4, ODNB.

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