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    Bannister, Saxe (male) 06/27/1790 - 09/16/1877 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Soldier and barrister; attorney general of New South Wales; wrote Records of British Enterprise beyond the sea (1849), Classical and prehistoric influences upon British history (1871), and other works. See Boase I: 154, ODNB.

    Blackburne, Thomas (male) 1821 - 1859 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Poet and cleric; wrote for The Idler; friend of Coleridge; lived in Regents Park in 1851; worked on the Athenaeum; took orders.

    Carrington, Edmund Frederick John (male) 1802 - 05/14/1874 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Barrister; born in Sri Lanka; wrote much poetry and prose; wrote Confessions of an Old Bachelor (1827), Confessions of an Old Maid (1828); the Victoriad (1861).

    Cox, Rev. John Charles (male) 03/29/1843 - 02/23/1919 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Businessman, politician, cleric, and historian; partner in colliery; liberal and trade unionist; known as radical speaker; became Anglican priest in 1881; preformed historical research on parish archives. See ODNB.

    Hinds, Rev. Samuel (male) 1793 - 02/07/1872 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Missionary in Barbadoes (where he was born); cleric, dean of Carlisle and bishop of Norwich; wrote The history of the rise and progress of Christianity (1828), Sonnets and other poems (1834), and other works. See Boase I: 1482, ODNB.

    Irons, Rev. William Josiah (male) 09/12/1812 - 06/18/1883 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Cleric and hymn writer; vicar of Brompton, London; one of the editors of the Literary Churchman; wrote On the Holy Catholic Church (1837-47), Analysis of Human Responsibility (1869), other works. See Boase II: 20, ODNB.

    Jeffrey, Francis (male) 10/23/1773 - 01/26/1850 Scottish Queen's College, Oxford; University of Glasgow

    Judge and literary critic; long term editor of Edinburgh Review; M.P. See ODNB.

    Lucas, Samuel (male) 1818 - 11/27/1868 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Journalist; contributed reviews to the Times; edited Once a Week; wrote works of history. See Boase II: 525. See ODNB.

    Nichols, Rev. William Luke (male) 08/10/1802 - 09/25/1889 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Cleric and antiquary; minister of St. James's, Bath; Vicar of Trinity Church, Bath; wrote Horae Romanae or a visit to a Roman Villa (1838) and other works. See Boase II: 1138, ODNB.

    Pocock, Nicholas (male) 1814 - 03/04/1897 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Historian; studied the history of the reformation in England; contributed to Dictionary of National Biography; wrote The Abolition of the Thirty-Nine Articles (3 parts, 1874), The Principles of the Reformation (1875), and The Recovery from the Principles of the Reformation (1877). See Boase VI: 408, ODNB.

    Scott, William (male) 05/02/1813 - 01/11/1872 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Of Hoxton, co-editor of the Christian Remembrancer; president of Sion College; contributor to the Saturday Review. See Boase III: 459, ODNB.

    Shaw, John Begg (male) 11/27/1828 - 08/15/1880 English Queen's College, Oxford

    Schoolmaster, barrister, and poet; wrote Chiming Triffles: Fugitive Compositions in Verse (1858), Sonnets and Other Poems (1863), and other volumes of poetry. See Boase III: 528.

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