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1. To J. T. Coleridge, Esq. Entrance on his work at Rugby
2. To Rev. F. C. Blackstone. First impressions of Rugby
3. To the same. Differences of opinion

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4. To Rev.J. C. Hare. * Defence of Niebubr”..Pamphlet “On Roman Catho-
lic claims"..Estimate of the past..Spirit of chivalry,

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5. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Pamphlet “On Roman Catholic claims”.. Toryism
.. Ignorance of the Clergy.

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6. To the Parent of a pupil holding Unitarian opinions

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7. To Rev. G. Cornish. ‘Domestic happiness..Pamphlet.. Schism
4. To Rev. F. C. Blackstone. Idolauy-how far applicable to the Church of

Rome
9. To the Rev. J. Tucker. Thoughis of emigration to Australia

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10. To J. T. Coleridge, Esq. Death of his futher-in-law..School.. Latin verse
and prose. .Thucydides.. Pampblet

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11. To Rev. H. Jenkyns. Thucydides.. True principles of philology

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12. To J. T. Coleridge, Esq. Libel in John Bull..Respect for Episcopacy

13. To Rev. Dr. Hawking. On the same

14. To F. Hartwell, Esq. Interest in school

15. To T. P. Ellis, Esq. Roman History

36. To the same. On the same

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17. To the same.

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18. To the same.

19. To Rev. G. Cornish. School..French Revolution of 1830..Guizot..Niebuhr

..Grand Chartreuse.. Venice..Padua.. Tyrol..Old Testament..School Ser-

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20. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. church-in what sense a society.. French Revolu-

tion of 1830.. Belgian Revolution

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CMAPTER VI.

LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE, SEPTEMEER 1:30 TO DECEMBER 1832.

Alarm at the social condition of the lower orders in England..Wish to rouse i he
Clergy..

Attempts to influence the Useful Knowledge Society.. Establishment
of the “ Englishman's Register".. Thirteen letters in the “Sheffield Courant"
..Want of sympathy.. Evangelical party..Wish for Commentary on Old Testa-
ment. . Second volume of Sermons, with Essay on Interpretation of Scripture 168

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31. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Failure of Englishman's Register" 182

32. To W. Tooke, Esq. Refusal of an offer of preferment.. Useful Knowledge

Society.." Cottage Evenings”.

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33. To Mrs. Fletcher. On the death of her son

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34. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Sheffield Courant Letters

35. To the Archbishop of Dublin. The same.. Pestilences

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69. To Rev. Augustus Hare. Pamphlet..Not latitudinarian

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70. To Rev. G. Cornish. The same.. Westmoreland and Warwickshire.

71. To Rov. J. C. Hare. Bunsen.. Third volume of Niebuhr.. Roman History 220

72. To Mr. Sergeant Coleridge. Birth of his youngest daughter..Bunsen's letters

..Political excitement.. Whately..Oxford party.. Church of England..

Christ the only object of religious affection..Church and State.. School..

Allun Bank.. Teaching his Daughters

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73. To Jaoob Abbott. Instrest in America.. Young Christian. Unitarianism

74. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Translation of the New Testament..Grounds

of Roman Catholic Relief Act.. High Churchmen

224

75. To. W. W. Hull, Esq. Health..Contession..Faith..Uncertainty of Life..

225

76. To Rev. F. C. Blackstone. Fixing of views.. Mountain scenery..school 226

77. To Rev.J. C. Hare. On the death of Augustus Hare.

226

78. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Tracts for the tinies.. Episcopacy not essential 227

89. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Abstract of his work on the Identity of Church and

State

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80. To Rev. j. c. Hare. Declaration for the admission of Dissenters to the

Universities.. Unitarians.. Petition against the Jew Bill

229

81. *To H. Balston, Esq.a Advice on Composition

230

82. To W. Empson, Esq. Irish establishment.. Colleges and Halls

230

83. To Rev. Dr. Longley. False hopes of reaction..School.. Pupils in West-

moreland

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84. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Respect for Episcopacy..Church and State.:

Sermons on the Evidences.. Mechanics’ Institute

232

85. To a former landlord. Advice under painful illness.... Forgiveness of

injuries

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86. To Mrs. Delafield. On her 77th birthday

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87. To Chevalier Bunsen. Roman History.. Illyrians..Physical History.. Trades:

Unions., Le ter on Christian Sacrifice.. Abbott's works.. America

234

88. To an old Pulil (4.). Right use of Universiiy distinctions.. Reserve

89. To T. F. Ellis, Esq. Course of study desirable for Orders

90. *To H. Highton, Esq. Rugby Magazine

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91. To Rev. J. Hearn. New Poor Law.. Name of Christ

238

92. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. On his elevation to the Bench..Church Govern-

meut.. Wordsworth..Coleridge's "Letters on Inspiration"

238

33. To Rev. J. C. Hare. Plan of a theological review

239

94. To Rev. Dr. Longley. Fifth Form.. Number of the School..School-grammar

.. Expulsion.. Entrance.. Examination

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55. To Rev. F.C. Blackstone. Influence over pupils..Church Government 241

96. To Chevalier Bunsen, Want of sympathy..TOALTIKN.. Hymn-book.. High

Church party.. Evangelicals.. Whigs.. Philosophy of parties.. Interest in

School.. Hebrew

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97. *To C. J. Vaughan, Esq. Interest in old pupils.. Advice to learn German

.. Advice for reading

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98. *To A. P. Stanley, Esq.

Oxford.. Popular and liberal principles.. Tory

reaction

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99. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Origin of Civilization. Influence of Greek

philosophy..Odium

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100. To an old pupil (X). Value of veneration..Calumnies

248

101. To Sir. T. s. Pasley, Bart. Comparative advantages of private and public

education

249

102. To H. Strickland, Esq. “Advice for a tour in Asia Minor:

103. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Calumpies.. Example of Burnet.. Aristophanes

..Pindar.. Homer.. Pupils..Oxford and the London University,

250

104. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. "Heads of houses and convocation..Clergy and

Diesenters

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105. To a person distressed by skeptical doubts

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106. *To H. Hatch, Esq. Consumption

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CHAPTER VIII.

LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE, SEPTEMBER 1835 TO NOVEMBER 1838.

(1.) Contest with the Oxford school of theology..Change of feeling towards the

High Church party..Oxford school.. Hampden controversy.. Article in the Edin-
burgh Review..(2.) Contest in the London University.. Endeavour to alter the
Examination in Arts.. Failure..Retirement from the Senate

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126. To the same. The same
127. To Rev. J. Hearn,

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115. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Acceptance of a Fellowship in the London Uni-

versity. Idea of a Church

116. To Rev. Dr Hawkins The same.. Idea of an Establishment

268

117. To Rev. F. C. Blackstone. Irvingism., Miraculous gifts.. True develop-

ment of Christianity

269

118. To Mr. Justico Coleridge Conservatism and Toryism

119. To W. Empson, Esq. Party feeling.. Ireland .

120. To Chevalier Bunsen. Roman History..Niebuhr..

Etruscan and Oscan

languages.. Pastoral Epistles

121. To 8. C. Platt, Esq. Lieber on Education.. London University..“ Religion

and politics”.. Roman History

122. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Interest in school.. Southey..Coleridge

123. *To C. J. Vaughan, Esq. Congratulations on success at Cambridge

124. To an old Pupil (B). Failure in successes at Oxford..Hampden controversy 275

125. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Hampden controversy.

Youth and old age..Dr. Hampden and the Reformers : 277

128. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Petition against the Jew Bill..Ireland

129. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Wish to circulate “ Church of England

Tracts"..Church authority..Jew Bill..Pamphlet on Roman Catholic

130. To Sir T. S. Pasley, Bart. Reality

131. *To Dr. Greenhill. Medicine..

Physical Science

132. To the Archbishop of Dublin. The Jew Bill.. Ireland.. Pastoral Epistles..

Idolatry and Unitarianism..Wish for the Chair of Theology at Oxford..

Love for Rugby.

133. *To A. P. Stanley, Esq. Fanaticism.. Oxford Tracts

283

134. To Mrs. Buckland, Visit to the Isle of Wight..Fox How.. Winchester..

Rugby

135. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Marriage Act

136. To Sir J. Franklin, Bart. Colonial Society..Convicts.. Missionary spirit . 285

137. To Rev. J. Hearn. Rest.. Family Circle..Conservatism

138. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Fox How.. Mountains..Latin verse..

rse.. Teaching

Shakspeare to Greeks.. Barante

139. *To A. P. Stanley, Esq. Oxford in autumn.. Utilitarianism..Faith and

140. To Sir T. Pasley, Bart. Administration of the Sacraments

141. *To Dr. Greenhill. Supposed dangers of study of Modicine

142. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Coleridge's Literary Remains

143. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Neutrality. Rest..Celtic languages

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144. *To W.C. Lake, Esq. Germany.. Excess in division of labour.. Institutes

of Gaius.. Edition of St. Paul's Epistles..Priesthoud

145. To Rev. Dr. Hawking. Inexs.. Death of his aunt..Church and Priesthood 294

146. TO J. C. Platt, Esq. New Poor Law.. Reactions

147. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. English divines.. Pilgrim's Progress

148. To Sir T. Pasley, Bart. Christianity and the Church.. Succession

149. To J. C. Platt, Esq. Church rates..". Impartiality” in religious matters

150. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Fox How in winter.. Plan of Roman History..

Study and practice of Law., Medicine..Oxford

151. To Rev. G. Cornish. Fox How..Oxford..Corpus

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152. T. Rev. J. Hearn. Consent of antiquity.. Encharist .

153. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Grammars

154. To Crabbe Robinson, Esq. London University..Degree in Arts. Unita-

304

155. To Sir T. Pasley, Bart. Oxford.. Abboit's “Way to do Good”. Duke of

Wellington's Despatches.. Weather

156. To an old Pupil (c) Religious duty of cultivating the intellect

157 To Bisbop Oiter. London University..Charter.. Different plans

158. To Rev. H. Hill. Thucydides.. Rome..Ordination

159. *To C. J. Vaughan, Esq. Roman History..Professions

160. To Rev. J. Hearn. Parties and individuals

151. *To Dr. Greenhill

. Homæopathy.. Magnetism..Study and pracrice of law

102 To W. Empson, Esq. London University

163. To Rev. T. Penrose. Peace..Contrast of parish and school.

164. To W. Empson, Esq. London University..Degrees in Arts .

165. To J. C. Platt, Esq. Newspapers.. Tour in France. . Security of English

aristocracy.

166. To Mr Justice Coleridge: Legends in Roman History..Charter of London

University

167. To Rev. T. J. Ormerod. The two Antichrists

168. 'To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Legends in Roman History

169. To the Rev. Dr. Hawking. London and Oxford.. Sanderson.. Fox How

170. To Chevalier Buosep Archbishop of Cologne..Church and State..Rothe 319

171. *To A. H. Clough, Esq. Oxford Scenery

172. To Sir T. Pusley, Bart Defeat at the London University. Herman Meri-

173. To the Bishup of Norwich. Difficulties in London University.. Respect for

174. To Rev. J. E. Tyler. The same. . King's College

175. To an old Pupil (D). Oxford Tbeology

176. To C. J. Vaughan, Esq. Congratulations on success at Cambridge . 326

177. To the Earl of Burlington. Viva voce examination

178. *To Dr. Greenbill. Sermons on Prophecy.. Weather

179. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. First Volume of Roman History.. Aristocracy

..London University.. Rugby

180. To the Bishop of Norwich. Reasons for retiring from the London Univer:

sity

181. To an old Pupil (D). Athanasian creed

182. To T. F. Ellis, Esq. Advice for visiting Rome

183. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Oxford Examinations. . Physical Science..Froude's

184. tTo Rev. w. K. 'Hamilion. Wordsworth's Greek Grammar.. Skepticism

..Bunsen

185. To the Earl of Burlington. Retiremeni from the London University

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