The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold

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B. Fellowes, 1852 - 725 pages

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Contents

To Rev J Tucker Ecclesiastical History State of the re ligious world Ireland
10
To J T Coleridge Esq Christian year Roman History
11
To Rev J Tucker Pupils Intercourse with poor Tour in Scotland and the Lakes West India slavery
12
To W W Hull Esq Niebuhr Pupils
13
To Rev J Tucker Aristotles Politics Prophecy Daniel English Reformation
14
To Rev G Cornish Tour in Italy Contrast of lower orders in England and Italy
15
To Rev J Tucker Tour in Italy Quarterly Review
16
To Rev G Cornish Prevalence of intellectual activity united with moral depravity Roman Catholicism
17
To Rev J Tucker Church Reform
18
CHAPTER II
19
To Rev J Tucker Pain at having given offence by opinions on inspiration
20
To Rev E Hawkins Doubts about standing for the Head mastership of Rugby Expulsion at public schools
21
To Rev G Cornish Views in offering himself as a candidate for Rugby
22
To Rev J Tucker Election at Rugby
23
To Rev E Hawkins Election at Rugby
24
To Rev J Tucker Intentions at Rugby Church Reform
25
To Rev F C Blackstone Hopes for Rugby Church and State Reform
26
To Augustus Hare Esq Rome Bunsen Guesses at Truth Bohemia 7
27
To Rev J Tucker Protest against supposed worldliness 7
29
To Rev F C Blackstone Laleham and Rugby 7
31
To Rev J Tucker Laleham and Rugby First Volume of Ser
32
T J T Coleridge Esq Choice of a profession
42
Page
50
To the Archbishop of Dublin Idea of a Commentary without
53
To Rev J Tucker Farewell on his going to India Recollec
59
To the Archbishop of Dublin Calumnies
65
chapel Services Communion Confirmation Sermons
76
To T F Ellis Esq Course of study desirable for Orders
91
To H Highton Esq Rugby Magazine
92
To Rev J Hearn New Poor Law Name of Christ
93
To Mr Justice Coleridge On his elevation to the Bench Church government Wordsworth Coleridges Letters on Inspiration
94
To Rev J C Hare Plan of a theological reriew
95
To Rev Dr Longley Fifth Form Number of the school School grammar Expulsion Entrance Examination
96
To Rev F C Blackstone Influence over pupils Church government
97
To Chevalier Bunsen Want of sympathy TOMTIK Hymn book High Church party Evangelicls Whigs Philo sophy of parties Interest in school Hebre...
98
To C J Vaughan Esq Interest in old pupils Advice to learn German Advice for reading
99
To A P Stanley Esq Oxford Popular and liberal prin ciples Tory reaction
100
To the Archbishop of Dublin Origin of Civilization Influ ence of Greek philosophy Odium
101
To an old pupil A Value of veneration Calumnies
102
To Sir T S Pasley Bart Comparative advantages of private and public education
103
+To H Strickland Esq Advice for a tour in Asia Minor
104
To Mr Justice Coleridge Calumnies Example of Burnet Aristophanes Pindar Homer Pupils Oxford and the London University
105
To Rev Dr Hawkins Heads of houses and convocation Clergy and Dissenters
106
To a person distressed by sceptical doubts
107
To H Hatch Esq Consumption
108
To the Rev F C Blackstone Want of leisure Defects in existing books Liberty and Toryism
109
To Mr Justice Coleridge Separation from friends
110
To C J Vaughan Esq Hatch Intercourse with poor Phædo of Plato Livy
111
To Chevalier Bunsen Polybius Hannibals passage Hebrew
112
To J P Gell Esq Interest in former pupils
113
T A P Stanley Esq Hatch Pupils
114
To an old pupil B Health Exercise
115
To Mr Justice Coleridge Rugby in the Holidays Rugby Magazine Pupils Phædo Coleridges TableTalk
116
To Mr Justice Coleridge Acceptance of a Fellowship in
117
To Rev Dr Hawkins Marriage
140
To Sir J Franklin Bart Colonial Society Convicts Mis sionary spirit
141
To Rev J Hearn Rest Family circle Conservatism
142
To Mr Justice Coleridge Fox How Mountains Latin verse Teaching Shakespeare to Greeks Barante
143
To A P Stanley Esq Oxford in Autumn _Utilitarianism Faith and Reason
144
To Sir T Pasley Bart Administration of the Sacraments
145
CHAPTER IV
146
To W W Hull Esq Coleridges Literary Remains
147
To the Archbishop of Dublin Neutrality Rest Celtic lan guages
148
To W C Lake Esq Germany Excess in division of labour Institutes of Gaius Edition of St Pauls Epistles Priest hood
149
To Rev Dr Hawkins Illness Death of his aunt Church and Priesthood
150
To J C Platt Esq New Poor Law Reaction
151
To Mr Justice Coleridge English divines Pilgrims Pro gress
152
To Sir T Pasley Bart Christianity and the Church Succes sion
153
To J C Platt Esq Church rates Impartiality in reli gious matters
154
To Mr Justice Coleridge Fox How in Winter Plan of Roman History Study and practice of Law Medicine Oxford
155
To Rev G Cornish Fox How Oxford Corpus
156
To Rev J Hearn Consent of antiquity Eucharist
157
To W W Hull Esq Grammars
158
To G Pryme Esq M P College fines Oaths Halls
159
To Crabbe Robinson Esq London University Degree in Arts Unitarians Examiners
160
To Sir T 8 Pasley Bart Oxford Abbotts Way to do Good Duke of Wellingtons Despatches Weather
161
To an old Pupil c Religious duty of cultivating the intellect
162
To Bishop Otter London University Charter Different plans
163
To Rev H Hill Thucydides Rome Ordination
164
To C J Vaughan Esq Roman History Professions
165
To Rev J Hearn Parties and individuals
166
To Dr Greenhill Homoeopathy Magnetism Study and practice of Law and Medicine
167
To W Empson Esq London University
168
To Rev T Penrose Peace Contrast of parish and school
169
To W Empson Esq London University Degrees in Arts
170
To J C Platt Esq Newspapers Tour in France Security
171
To Chevalier Bunsen Church and State Eucharist
193
To Rev Dr Hawkins Wish to remove suspicion of heterodox
194
TO J C Platt Esq Chartism Sew Poor
195
To Rev F C Blackstone Gladstone on Church and State Despondency Roman History Social evils Reactions
196
To A P Stanley Esq Restoration of deacons
197
To James Stephen Esq Advantage of uniting the office of clergyman with that of a teacher
199
To Rev F C Blackstone Idolatryhow far applicable to
200
To J P Gell Esq On the death of his Brother
201
To James Stephen Esq Inconvenience of local committee in educational institutions
202
To Mr Justice Coleridge Legal decision on the foundationer of Rugby School
203
To Sir T S Pasley Bart Chartism Reality of politics
204
To Archdeacon Hare Niebuhrs letters Thucydides
205
To J T Coleridge Esq Libel in John Bull Respect for Epis
206
To Rev G Cornish Childishness of boys Oxford commemı ration of 1839
207
To Chevalier Bunsen Birthday South of France Italy Provençal language Despondency
208
To Mr Justice Coleridge South of France Spanish mar ners Coleridges Literary Remains Chartism
209
To Sir T 8 Pasley Toulon Popes Palace at Avignon Pony British Association at Birmingham
210
To James Marshall Esq Necessity of union of parties
219
LETTERS
220
To J C Platt Esq Lecture for Mechanics Institutes Stat of the poor Trials of Chartists
221
To Thomas Carlyle Esq State of the poor
222
To J Marshall Esq Englishmans Register Political cree Economists Kings supremacy Christian Church
223
To Rev Julius Hare
226
To John Ward Esq Englishmans Register Aristocracy
232
To Mrs Fletcher On the death of her son
239
To Rev G Cornish Rydal Intercourse with friends Arch
245
To Rev G Cornish Rugby life Penny Magazine
251
To the Archbishop of Dublin Wish for a Commentary on
254
To an old Pupil 6 Lar and Orders Parochial ministry anı education
256
To the same Dangers not to be sought
257
To an old Pupil Importance of good men engaged in business
258
To Rer W K Hamilton Salisbury War
259
To Rev Dr Hawkins Via Media _Succession Gladston on Church Principles Church
260
To an old Pupil G Ordination
261
To the same Oaths
262
To Mr Justice Coleridge Shooting Education of Girls Agreement with Pearsons definition of the Church Fourt Volume of Sermons
263
To W Balston Esq On the death of his son H Balston
264
To Rev T Penrose On the same Third Volume of Roma History
265
+ To Rev T J Ormerod Fox How Southey Wordsworth
266
To W W Hull Esq Winter holidays Future prospects
267
To Rev J Hearn Occupations Over caution
268
To Chevalier Bunsen Third volume of Roman History Ha nibal and Nelson War Oxford school
269
To J P Gell Esq Van Diemens Land Rugby life Pu lic affairs 272 To Sir J Franklin Bart Difficulties of education in Van Di
271
To Rev T Penrose Provident and Masonic Clubs
274
+ To Rev T J Ormerod True and false Sacrifice
275
To the same Dissent
276
To Rev James Randall Dissent The doctrine of the Trini
278
To Rev J Hearn Fever at Rugby Return of Mr Tucker
279
To Rev J Tucker Renewal of intercourse
280
To the same
281
To the same Farewell on his return to India
282
To Mr Justice Coleridge School Difficulties Difficulties
284
To Rev Augustus Hare Pamphlet Not latitudinarian
288
To Jacob Abbott Interest in America Young Christian
294
To W W Hull Esq Abstract of his work on the Identity
301
INDEX
315
To Rev Dr Longley False hopes of reaction School Pupils
316
To Mr Justice Coleridge Legends in Roman History Charter
334
To Mr Justice Coleridge Conservatism and Toryism
362
To C J Vaughan Esq Congratulation on success at Cam
368
To Sir T 8 Pasley Bart Reality
375
To the Earl of Howe Authorship of the Edinburgh Review
382
Dissent Historical reforms Aristocracy Political pri vileges 501
402
To Rev T J Ormerod The two Antichrists
431
To Sir T Pasley Bart Defeat at the London University
437
To C J Vaughan Esq Congratulations on success at Cam
444
To T F Ellis Esq Advice for visiting Rome
451
+ To Rev W K Hamilton Wordsworths Greek Grammar
453
To the Earl of Burlington Retirement from the London Uni
454
To the Archbishop of Dublin Respect for Episcopacy Church
457
To Rev J Hearn Rest of parish contrasted with anxiety
462
To Sir T S Pasley Bart Difficulties of Scripture Coloniza tion Daniel 225 To Archdeacon Hare Niebuhr Coleridge Thirlwalls
504
Greece
506
To Mr Justice Coleridge Formation of his opinions Pro phecy
507
To Sir Culling E Smith Bart Anonymous Writing in news papers
509
To Rev H Fox Call to a missionary life
511
To the same On the same
512
To Chevalier Bunsen Berne Roman History Privilege question
513
To W W Hull Esq War with China
515
To the same
516
To the same
517
To Howel Lloyd Esq On the study of Welsh
518
To W W Hull Esq On Subscription
519
To the same
520
To J P Gell Esq Van Diemens Land Sacred names
521
+ To Rev W K Hamilton Music Flowers Keble
522
To Rev Dr Hawkins Church extension Prophecy
524
To the same On the Accession of the King of Prussia Re fusal of the Wardenship of Manchester
527
To an old Pupil B Danger of Oxford Society Tour in Italy
528
To Rev H Balston Consumption Responsibility of school
529
To Chevalier Bunsen Russia War Fox How Want of leisure
530
To Sir T S Pasley Bart Dangers of war Chartism Cyprian Austria
532
To Mr Justice Coleridge Illness Ottery School Oxford Rationalists Second Volume of Roman History
534
To W S Karr Esq Sanscrit Football matches
536
To Archdeacon Hare Sermons on Victory of Faith Kings supremacy
537
To Rev H Balston Guernsey
538
CHAPTER X
571
LETTERS
572
To Rev Dr Hawkins Acceptance of Professorship of Mode History
573
To Rev A P Stanley Plan for lectures
578
Inaugural lecture Introductory lectures Intentions for the
584
To Rev Dr Hawkins Influence of Jews Church and State
592
To Rev H Hill Stay in Oxford
599
Last days Diary Occupations Farewell sermon Last evening
605
Prayers written for various occasions in Rugby School with occa
626
Selection of subjects for School Exercises
635
Cliff above the Lake of Como second visit
653
Champagne
659
France
668
TOUR IN SCOTLAND 1831
669
TOUR TO ROME AND NAPLES THROUGH FRANCE AND ITALY 1840
681
Approach to Rome Tuscan population Sienna Scenery
687
Pantheon S Stephano Rotondo Martyrs
694
Ancient city walls Watershed of the Apennines
701
Italian Switzerland Swiss nation
707
XI
713
mons i
719
Contrast of Scotch and English Churches
720
To a former landlord Advice under painful illness Forgiveness
723

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