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    Bailey, John (male) 1810 - 04/16/1867 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Principal Assistant Colonial Secretary of Ceylon; son in law of Sir Henry Ward, Governor of Ceylon; returned to England in 1865.

    Borlase, William Copeland (male) 04/05/1848 - 03/31/1899 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Politician and antiquary; M.P.; wrote about ancient Cornwall.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Bowden, John William (male) 02/21/1798 - 09/15/1844 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Ecclesiastical writer; associate of John Henry Newman; wrote several Tracts for the Times; commissioner of Stamps; wrote Life of Gregory the Seventh (1840), A Few Remarks on Pews (1843). See ODNB.

    Bowles, William Lisle (male) 09/24/1762 - 04/07/1850 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Priest, poet, and critic; vicar of Chicklade in Wiltshire; chaplain to the Pronce Regent; published Fourteen Sonnets (1789), The Missionary (1813), other poetic works; published edition of Alexander Pope's works in 1806; also known as antiquary. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Brown, Ernest Faulkner (male) 1855 - 01/31/1933 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Co-founder, Priest and Superior of the Oxford Mission Brotherhood in Calcutta; wrote From Nature to Christ: Four Lectures Delivered to Educated Hindoos (1881), The Pastoral Epistles (1917); Member of Cuddesdon Theological College (1877).

    Copeland, William John (male) 09/01/1804 - 08/26/1885 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Historian and Church of England cleric; member of Hackney Phalanx; supporter of Oxford Movement; edited Newman's Anglican sermons as Parochial and Plain Sermons (1868). See Boase I: 715-6, ODNB.

    Cowley, Sir Arthur Ernest (male) 12/13/1861 - 10/12/1931 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Librarian and semitic scholar; head of the Bodleian Library; wrote on the on the Samaritan liturgy.

    Crump, Charles Ashbrook Wright (male) 1831 - 1900 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Barrister; instructor on the training ship HMS Britannia.

    Fleetwood, Sir Peter Hesketh (male) 05/09/1801 - 04/12/1866 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Baronet and M.P.; built town and port of Fleetwood; translated Hugo's Last days of a condemned (1840). See Boase I: 1067, ODNB.

    Freeman, Edward Augustus (male) 08/02/1823 - 03/09/1892 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Historian; radical and supporter of Gladstone; had strong racial prejudices; wrote over 700 articles and reviews for the Saturday Review; wrote for the quarterly reviews; wrote The History of the Norman Conquest (1865-1872). See Boase V: 357, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Gibson, Edgar Charles Sumner (male) 1848 - 03/07/1924 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Bishop of Gloucester; works include Northumbrian Saints (1884), Self-discipline (1894), Commentary on the Book of Job (1898). See

    Haddan, Arthur West (male) 08/31/1816 - 02/08/1873 English Brasenose College, Oxford; Trinity College, Oxford

    Ecclesiastical historian; 1841-2 curate for John Henry Newman; dean and vice president at Trinity College; wrote articles for the Guardian and for the Christian Remembrancer; wrote Apostolical Succession in the Church of England (1869), other works. See Boase I: 1271, ODNB.

    Hills, Walter Alfred (male) 08/19/1835 - 10/21/1879 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Barrister and poet; wrote Orpah's Return and Other Poems (1863), Caina, and other Poems (1876), and other works.

    Landor, Walter Savage (male) 01/30/1775 - 09/17/1864 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Poet, dramatist, and essayist; wrote Imaginary Conversations (1824); lived in Florence for most of his life. See Boase II: 291-2, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Lowe, Thomas Hill Peregrine Furye (male) 12/21/1781 - 01/17/1861 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Rector of Holy Trinity, Exeter; wrote An Essay on the Absolving Power of the Church (1825), Poems, chiefly Dramatic (1840), Sermons Preached in the Cathedral Church, Exeter (1851). See Boase II: 514.

    Meyrick, Frederick (male) 01/28/1827 - 01/03/1906 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Old fashioned high churchman and author; Following 1850 ordination became tutor, dean, and bursar of Trinity College; wrote The Practical Working of the Church of Spain (1851); initiator and editor of the Foreign Church Chronicle and Review (1877–99). See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Moule, Horatio Mosley (male) 05/30/1832 - 09/21/1873 English Queens' College, Cambridge; Trinity College, Oxford

    Government inspector of workhouses; used the first name Horace; known as friend of Thomas Hardy. See Boase II: 1003.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Newman, John Henry (male) 02/21/1801 - 08/11/1890 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Theologian and cardinal; fellow at Oriel College; leader of Oxford Movement; wrote Tract 1 (and others) of Tracts for the Times; published several volumes of sermons; took on the editorship of the British Critic in January 1838; wrote many theological works; converted to Roman Catholicism in 1845. See Boase II: 1123-4, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Palmer, Roundell (male) 11/27/1812 - 05/04/1895 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Lawyer and politician; twice Lord Chancellor; wrote A Defence of the Church of England Against Disestablishment (1886). See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Parish, Revd. William Douglas (male) 12/16/1833 - 09/23/1904 English Trinity College, Oxford

    Cleric and writer on dialect; vicar of Selmeston and Alciston; inspector of schools; wrote A Dictionary of the Sussex Dialect (1875). See ODNB.

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