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HARVARD UNIVERSFY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

MONROE C. GUTMAN LIBRARY

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104. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Interest in school. -

Southey.--Coleridge

24

105. *T. C. J. Vaughan, Esq. Congratulations on success

at Cambridge

26

106. To an old Pupil (B). Failure in successes at Oxford.

-Hampden controversy

27

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

29

108. To the same. The same

30

109. To Rev. J. Hearn. Youth and old age.—Dr. Hamp-

den and the Reformers

30

110. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Petition against the Jew Bill.

- Ireland.

32

111. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Wish to circulate

“ Church of England Tracts."--Church authority.

Jew Bill.-- Pamphlet on Roman Catholic Claims 33

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

35

113. * To. Dr. Greenhill. Medicine.-Physical science 36

114. To the Archbishop of Dublin. The Jew Bill.-Ire-

land. - Pastoral Epistles.- Idolatry and Unitarianism.

-Wish for the Chair of Theology at Oxford.— Love

for Rugby

115. *To A. P. Stanley, Esq. Fanaticism.—Oxford Tracts. 40

116. To. Mrs. Buckland. Visit to the Isle of Wight.--Fox

How.-Winchester.-Rugby

43

117. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Marriage Act

44

118. To Sir J. Franklin, Bart.—Colonial Society.—Convicts.

--- Missionary spirit

45

119. To Rev. J. Hearn. Rest.–Family circle.-Conserva-

tism

46

120. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Fox How.–Mountains.-

Latin verse.-- Teaching Shakspeare to Greeks.-

Barante

48

121. *To A. P. Stanley, Esq. Oxford in autumn.—Utili-

tarianism.-Faith and reason

50

122. To Sir T. Pasley, Bart. Administration of the Sacra-

ments

52

123. *To. Dr. Greenhill.

Supposed dangers of study of

Medicine.

54

124. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Coleridge's Literary Remains . 56

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125. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Neutrality.-Rest.-

Celtic languages.

57

126. *To. W. C. Lake, Esq. Germany.-Excess in division

of labour.-Institutes of Gaius.- Edition of St.

Paul's Epistles.—Priesthood

58

127. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Illness.-- Death of his aunt.

Church and Priesthood

60

128. To J. C. Platt, Esq. New Poor Law.- Reactions 61

129. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. English divines.—Pilgrim's

Progress

64

130. To Sir T. Pasley, Bart. Christianity and the Church.

-Succession

65

131. To. J. C. Platt, Esq. Church rates.—“Impartiality” in

religious matters

68

132. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Fox How in winter. – Plan

of Roman History.-Study and practice of Law.--

Medicine.- Oxford

70

133. To Rev. G. Cornish. Fox How.–Oxford.—Corpus . 72

134. To Rey, J. Hearn. Consent of antiquity.---Eucharist. 74

135. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Grammars

76

136. To Crabbe Robinson, Esq. London University.-De-

gree in Arts.—Unitarians.--Examiners .

76

137. To Sir T. Pasley, Bart. Oxford. - Abbott's “ Way to

do Good.” – Duke of Wellington's Dispatches. –

Weather

80

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

intellect

81

139. To Bishop Otter. London University.- Charter.-

Different plans

83

140. To Rev. H. Hill. Thucydides.—Rome.—Ordination. 87

141. * To C. J. Vaughan, Esq. Roman History.—Profes-

88

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

89

143. *To Dr. Greenhill. Homeopathy. - Magnetism.-

Study and practice of law and medicine

90

144. To W. Empson, Esq. London University

91

145. To Rev. T. Penrose. Peace.-Contrast of parish and

school

93

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146. To W. Empson, Esq. London University.- Degrees

in Arts

94

147. To J. C. Platt, Esq. Newspapers.--Tour in France.

Security of English aristocracy .

96

148. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Legends in Roman History.

-Charter of London University

98

149. +To Rev. T. J. Ormerod. The two Antichrists. 98

150. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. Legends in Roman History 99

151. To the Rev. Dr. Hawkins.—London and Oxford.

Sanderson.-Fox How

102

152. To Chevalier Bunsen. Archbishop of Cologne. Church

and State.-Rotha

103

153. To Sir T. Pasley, Bart. Defeat at the London Univer-

sity.—Herman Merivale.- Eton.- Railway

105

154. To the Bishop of Norwich. Difficulties in London

University. — Respect for Bishops .

107

155. To Rev. J. E. Tyler. The same.-King's College . 108

156. To an old Pupil (D). Oxford theology

109

157. To C. J. Vaughan, Esq. Congratulations on success

at Cambridge

113

158. To the Earl of Burlington. Vivâ voce examination . 114

159. * To Dr. Greenhill. Sermons on Prophecy.-Weather 116

160. To Mr. Justice Coleridge. First Volume of Roman

History. — Aristocracy. – London University. –

Rugby

117

161. To the Bishop of Norwich. Reason for retiring from

the London University

118

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

120

163. To T. F. Ellis, Esq. Advice for visiting Rome 122

164. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Oxford Examinations. - Phy-

sical science.-Froude's Remains .

124

165. + To Rev. W. K. Hamilton. Wordsworth’s Greek

Grammar.–Scepticism.-- Bunsen .

125

166. To the Earl of Burlington. Retirement from the London

University.

126

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