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    Arnold, Edwin (male) 06/10/1832 - 03/24/1904 English University College, Oxford

    Poet and journalist; wrote Poems Narrative and Lyrical (1853), The Light of Asia (1879); principal of Deccan Sanskrit College at Poona, India; mastered Eastern languages; leader writer and then editor for Daily Telegraph. See ODNB.

    Bright, William (male) 12/14/1824 - 03/06/1901 English University College, Oxford

    Church historian; published A Statement of the Facts as to Certain Proceedings of the Bishop of Glasgow (1858); forceful lecturer at Oxford; wrote several histories of early Church. See ODNB.

    Brightman, Frank Edward (male) 06/18/1856 - 03/31/1932 English University College, Oxford

    Scholar and liturgist; librarian of Pusey House, Oxford; editor of the Journal of Theological Studies; wrote liturgies Easter and Western (1896), The English Rite (1915). See ODNB.

    Lowe, Robert (male) 12/04/1811 - 07/27/1892 English University College, Oxford

    Statesman; barrister; legislator in Australia; contributed to The Atlas. A weekly Sydney newspaper; leader writer for The Times; M.P. for Calne; led opposition to the Reform Bill of 1866; Chancellor of the Exchequer. See Boase III: 545-6, ODNB.

    Mansfield, Robert Blachford (male) 02/01/1824 - 04/29/1908 English University College, Oxford

    Author and sportsman; called to the bar at the Inner Temple; travelled extensively; wrote about rowing; hunter, oarsman, golfer; friend of Charles Kingsley. See ODNB.

    Maskell, William (male) 05/17/1814 - 04/12/1890 English University College, Oxford

    Divine; vicar of St. Mary Church near Torquay; converted to Catholicism in 1850; collected books on church rituals and ivory carvings; wrote Ancient Liturgy of the Church of England (1844) and other books. See Boase II: 780, ODNB.

    Maude, Thomas (male) 1801 - 1865 English University College, Oxford

    Cleric and poet; rector of Elvington; wrote Legend of Ravenswood (1823), The Schoolboy (1836), and other works.

    Medd, Rev. Peter Goldsmith (male) 07/18/1829 - 07/25/1908 English King's College, London; University College, Oxford

    Taught at University College, Oxford; rector of North Cerney, Cirencester; Brampton lecturer; wrote The Priest to the Altar, or Aids to the Devout Celebration of Holy Communion (1865), Sermons Preached in the Parish Church of Barnes (1877); The One Mediator (1884). See The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: 268. See ODNB.

    Richardson, Sir John (male) 03/03/1771 - 03/19/1841 English University College, Oxford

    English lawyer and judge; knighted in 1819; friend of Joshua Watson (leader of the Hackney Phalanx); spent later life in Malta where he edited the Harlequin, or Anglo-Maltese Miscellany. See ODNB.

    Shelley, Percy Bysshe (male) 04/08/1792 - 08/07/1822 English University College, Oxford

    Major British Romantic poet. See ODNB.

    Wait, Rev. Daniel Guilford (male) 11/05/1789 - 09/30/1850 English St. John's College, Cambridge; University College, Oxford

    Cleric, Hebrew scholar and religious writer; rector of Blagden in Somerset; wrote Jewish, Oriental, and Classical Antiquities (1823). See ODNB.

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