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    Bell, William Abraham (male) 04/26/1841 - 06/06/1920 English Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Physician, photographer, and businessman; photographed American West; wrote New Tracks in North America (1869)
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Cook, Sir Charles Archer (male) 07/16/1849 - 1934 unknown Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Barrister and journalist; edited the legal publication The Weekly Reporter; contributed to the National Review; edited the Athenaeum in October 1885 during the absence of Norman Maccoll (see Henry Festing Jones, Samuel Butler: a Memoir Vol II (1919): 28.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Dilke, Charles Wentworth III (male) 09/04/1843 - 01/26/1911 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Radical politician; M.P. for Chelsea
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Fawcett, Henry (male) 08/23/1833 - 11/06/1884 English King's College, London; Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Statesman, political economist at Cambridge; M. P.; postmaster general; Lord Rector of Glasgow University. See Boase I: 1027-8.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Furnivall, Frederick James (male) 02/04/1825 - 07/02/1910 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge; University College, London

    Philologist;  editor of the Oxford English Dictionary; edited parallel text edition of The Canterbury Tales; taught at  London Working Men's College.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Guthrie, Thomas Anstey (male) 08/08/1856 - 03/10/1934 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Humorist; known for the comic novel Vice Versa (1882); member of the staff of Punch.

    Hill, Alsager Hay (male) 10/01/1839 - 08/02/1906 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Radical writer and poet; member of the Inner Temple; wrote Footprints of Live and Other Poems (1857), A Scholar's Day-Dream: Sonnets and Other Poems (1870), A Household Queen: Sonnets and Other Poems (1881); contributed to Fraser's Magazine, Dublin University Magazine, Once a Week, and other periodicals; editor of Labour News; Director of the Central Labour Agency.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Lytton, Sir Edward Bulwer (male) 05/25/1803 - 01/18/1873 English Trinity College, Cambridge; Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Prominent novelist, playwright, and editor; attended Cambridge; disastrous marriage with Rosina Wheeler; major works include Pelham (1828), Paul Clifford (1830), Last Days of Pompeii (1834); editor of New Monthly Magazine, Secretary of State for the Colonies. See Boase II: 552-3, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Romer, Robert (male) 12/23/1840 - 03/19/1918 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Justice of Appeal.

    Stephen, Leslie (male) 11/28/1832 - 02/22/1904 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Critic, essayist, and journalist; editor of Cornhill Magazine; wrote The History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century (1876 and 1881) and other works. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Tomkins, Henry Barr (male) 06/08/1844 - 12/15/1886 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Barrister; edited the manuscripts of Henry Duncan Skrine, esq. (1887).

    Townshend, Chauncy Hare (male) 04/20/1798 - 02/25/1868 English Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Poet and collector; contributed to annuals and other periodicals; wrote The Reigning Vice: a Satirical Essay in Four Books (1827). He was born Townsend but changed the spelling of his last name in 1828, before publishing any articles identified here (ODNB). Also, drop the "e" which Wellesley inserts in his forename. The online ODNB uses Chauncy rather than following the DNB's 'Chauncey.' as do other reliable sources (e.g., BL online cat., NLS cat. of Blackwood mss. 3:304). See Boase III: 999-1000, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Walker, Rev. Josiah (male) 03/21/1805 - 1882 Scottish Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Cleric, classicist, and poet; curate at Folksworth, vicar at Wood Ditton; translated Greek poets.

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