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180. To Archdeacon Hare. Niebuhr's letters.— Thucydides 154

181. To an old Pupil (E). Unitarianism.-Priestley 154

182. To Rey. G. Cornish. Childishness of boys.—Oxford

commemoration of 1839

156

183. To Chevalier Bunsen. Birthday.-South of France.

Italy.- Provincial language.- Despondency. 157

184. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. South of France. -Spanish

manners.—Coleridge's Literary Remains.—Chartism 159

185. To Sir T. S. Pasley. Toulon.-Pope's Palace at Avig-

non.--Pony.-British Association at Birmingham. 161

186. * To J. L. Hoskyns, Esq. Reading for ordination : 163

187. To Chevalier Bunsen. On the doctrine of the Eucha-

rist

168

188. To J. Marshall, Esq. Society for calling attention to

the state of the lower orders

170

189. To an old Pupil (F). Liveliness necessary for a school-

master

171

190. To an old Pupil (d). Ordination.—Difficulties in sub-

scription.--Deacons

172

191. On Church Endowments.

174

192. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. State of the poor. – Westmore-

175

193. To James Marshall, Esq. Necessity of union of parties 175

194. To Rev. J. Hearn. Westmoreland.-Aurora Borealis.

– Taylor's Ancient Christianity.- Early Church 177

195. To J. C. Platt, Esq. Lecture for Mechanics’ Institutes.

-State of the Poor. — Trials of Chartists

178

196. To Thomas Carlyle, Esq. State of the Poor

181

197. To J. Marshall, Esq. Englishman's Register. - Poli-

tical creed. Economists. – King's supremacy.-

Christian Church. -Dissent.—Historical reforms.

Aristocracy.--Political privileges

183

198. To Sir T. S. Pasley, Bart. Difficulties of Scripture.

Colonization.—Daniel

186

199. To Archdeacon Hare. Niebuhr.- Coleridge.- Thirl-

wall’s Greece

188

200. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Political differences

189

201. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Formation of his opinions.

-Prophecy

190

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202. * To Rev. H. Fox. Call to a missionary life · 193

203. To the same.

On the same

194

204. To Chevalier Bunsen. Berne. Roman History:

Privilege question

196

205. To W. W. Hull, Esq. War with China

· 198

206. To W. Leaper Newton, Esq. Railway travelling on

Sundays

198

207. To the same

199

208. To the same

201

209. * To Howel Lloyd, Esq. On the study of Welsh 202

210. To W. W. Hull, Esq. On Subscription

203

211. To the same

• 203

212. To the same

204

213. * To J. P. Gell, Esq. Van Diemen's Land.–Sacred

names

205

214. + To Rev. W. K. Hamilton. Music. Flowers.

Keble

. 206

215. To Rev. Herbert Hill. Importance of mathematics . 207

216. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Church extension.—Prophecy 208

217. To Chevalier Bunsen. Rugby Life. - Second Volume

of Roman History. -- Subscription. – Deacons.-

State services

209

218. To the same. On the Accession of the King of Prus-

sia.-Refusal of the Wardenship of Manchester 212

219. To an old Pupil (B). Danger of Oxford Society.-

Tour in Italy

213

220. * To Rev. H. Balston. Consumption.— Responsibility

of school

216

221. To Chevalier Bunsen. Russia.- War.-Fox How.-

Want of leisure

• 217

222. To Sir T. S. Pasley, Bart. Dangers of war.-Chartism.

-Cyprian.—Austria .

218

223. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Bampton Lectures.

Episcopacy.-- Internal evidences.

219

224. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Illness. -Otter. -School.-

Oxford.-Rationalists.- Second Volume of Roman

History

221

225. * To W. S. Karr, Esq. Sanscrit.—Football matches . 224

226. To Archdeacon Hare. Sermons on Victory of Faith.”

- King's supremacy

225

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227. * To Rev. H. Balston. The School.-Consumption . 226

228. To an old Pupil (r). Law and Orders.—Parochial

ministry and education

227

229. To the same. Dangers not to be sought

230. To an old Pupil (u). Importance of good men en-

gaged in business

229

231. + To Rev. W. K. Hamilton. Salisbury.--War . 230

232. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Via Media.” Succession.

-Gladstone on Church Principles.-Church . 231

233. To an old Pupil (G). Ordination

234

234. To the same. Oaths

235

235. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Shooting.--Education of

Girls.-Agreement with Pearson's definition of the

Church.-Fourth Volume of Sermons .

236

236. To W. Balston, Esq. On the death of his son, H.

Balston

238

237. To Rev. T. Penrose. On the same. Third Volume of

Roman History :

238

238. † To Rev. T. J. Ormerod. Fox How.--Southey.-

Wordsworth

239

239. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Winter holidays. — Future

prospects

240

240. To Sir Culling E. Smith, Bart. Anonymous writing

in newspapers

241

241. To Rev.J. Hearn. Occupations.-Over caution 242

242. To Chevalier Bunsen. Third Volume of Roman His-

tory. Hannibal and Nelson. War. - Oxford

school

244

243. * To Rev. A. P. Stanley. Modern Greece.-Tour in

Italy.-Oxford.

246

244. * To J. P. Gell, Esq. Van Diemen's Land.-Rugby

life.—Public affairs

248

245. To Sir J. Franklin, Bart. Difficulties of education in

Van Diemen's Land

250

246. To the same

253

247. To Rev. T. Penrose. Provident and Masonic Clubs 255

248. † To Rev. T. J. Ormerod. True and false Sacrifice , 256

249. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Fourth Volume of Ser-

– Differences of opinion. – Rugby. — Aris-

totle

257

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