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    Bagehot, Walter (male) 02/03/1826 - 03/24/1877 English University College, London

    Political commentator, economist, and journalist; Unitarian; wrote for The Inquirer, The Economist, and other periodicals; cofounder of the National Review. See Boase I: 123, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Conder, Claude Reignier (male) 12/29/1848 - 02/16/1910 English University College, London

    Soldier, explorer, and antiquarian; served in Palestine and in Egypt; wrote Heth and Moab, Explorations in Syria in 1881 and 1882 (1883), The Hittites and their Language (1898), and other works.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Freshfield, Douglas William (male) 04/27/1845 - 02/09/1934 English University College, London

    Lawyer, mountaineer and author; edited the Alpine Journal
    (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.)

    Goldsmid, Sir Julian (male) 10/08/1838 - 01/07/1896 English University College, London

    Lawyer, businessman, and liberal politician; M.P.; succeeded to his uncle's Baronetcy in 1878.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Hervey, Robert Kibble (male) 06/15/1829 - 1904 English University College, London

    Playwright miscellaneous writer, and barrister; contributed to The Theatre; wrote the farce Good Business (1887), The Sapphire Ring. Thanks to Levana Taylor for life dates and Hervey's full name.

    Hutton, Richard Holt (male) 06/02/1826 - 09/09/1897 English University College, London

    Critic, theologian, and journalist; edited The Inquirer, the National Review; editor and proprietor of The Spectator; wrote The Incarnation and Principles of Evidence (1862, Essays Theological and Literary (1871), and other works. See Boase V: 738-9, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Nutt, Alfred Trübner (male) 11/22/1856 - 05/21/1910 English University College, London

    Publisher and folklorist; founded The Folk-Lore Journal. See ODNB.

    Quain, John Richard (male) 1816 - 09/12/1876 Irish University of Gottingen; University College, London

    Barrister and Jurist; judge of the court of Queen's Bench; wrote The New System of Common Law Procedure (1852). See Boase II: 1685, ODNB.

    Scoffern, Dr. John (male) 10/09/1814 - 02/14/1882 English University College, London

    Scientist and author; wrote works on the manufacture of sugar, outlines of botany, practical chemistry, metal-working, meteorology, weaponry, etc. See Boase III: 445.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Stephens, George (male) 12/13/1813 - 08/09/1895 English University College, London

    Teacher of English in Stockholm; lectured at Univ of Copenhagen; wrote Revenge, or a Woman's Love (1857), works on Runic monuments, and many other texts. See Boase III: 730, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Yule, Sir Henry (male) 05/01/1820 - 12/30/1889 Scottish University College, London

    Orientalist and soldier; served in Bengal Engineers; published travel books.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

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