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LETTERS.

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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25. To Rev. Julius Hare

• 226

26. To Rev. Augustus Hare. Public affairs.-Old Testament Prophets.

-St. Paul and St. James.—Want of a Magazine for the poor 226

27. To Rev. H. Massingberd. Liberal Party and Reform

. 228

28. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Proposal of setting up a news-

paper

228

29. To Chevalier Bunsen. Death of Niebuhr.—Italy.-First news of

French Revolution.-Interview with Niebuhr.- Church Re-

form, and Reform Bill.-Dread of warlike spirit in France 230

30. To John Ward, Esq. Englishman's Register.–Aristocracy.-

Reform Bill.-National Debt.- Monopolies.—Corn Laws.-

Political excitement

232

31. To Susannah Arnold. Liberal Conservatives

. 234

32. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Englishman's Register.—Thucydides 235

33. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Failure of “Englishman's Re-
gister”.

236

34. To W. Tooke, Esq. Refusal of an offer of preferment.—Useful

Knowledge Society.—“Cottage Evenings

. 237

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

. 239

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

. 239

37. To the Archbishop of Dublin. The same.—Pestilences

240

38. To Rev. F. C. Blackstone. Irvingism.-Gift of tongues.—Coming

of “the Day of the Lord.”—Whigs and Tories

241

39. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Contrast of private happiness with pub-

lic distress.-Cholera.-Work on the Evidences

242

40. To Rey. J. C. Hare. Philological Museum.-Religion and mo-

λιτική

243

41. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Farewell on his leaving Oxford.

-Danger of public schools.-Church Reform

243

42. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Essay on Interpretation of Scripture.

Right use of the Second Commandment

244

43. To Rev. G. Cornish. Rydal.--Intercourse with friends.-Arch-

bishop Whately.-Essay

245

44. To the same. On the death of a child

.246

45. To the Lady F. Egerton. On the conversion of an Atheist .246

46. To the same. On the same

249

47. To J. T. Coleridge, Esq. Rydal.-Newspaper.—Sheffield Cou-

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rant.-School composition

250

48. To Rev. G. Coroish. Rugby life.-- Penny Magazine

. 251

19. To Rev. J. E. Tyler. Society for the Promotion of Christian

Knowledge.—Usefulness of miscellaneous information for the

people

252

50. To J. Ward, Esq. Domestic Life.—Intercourse with poor.—Use-

ful Knowledge Society.

253

51. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Wish for a Commentary on the

Bible .

254

52. T. Rev. J. E. Tyler. Collection of Sermons

. 255

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53. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Idea of a Commentary without

Sectarianism.—Death of his sister Susannah
54. To J. T. Coleridge, Esq. Family sickness.-Friendship

Fears for the Church Establishment.-Pamphlet on the “ Principles

of Church Reform.”—Outcry occasioned by it.—Settlement of his
own views.—Preface to third volume of Thucydides.- Fragments
on “the State and the Church.”—Third volume of Sermons.-
Purchase of Fox How.-Return to Roman History.-Influence
over his Scholars

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a The names of his Laleham pupils in this table of Contents are marked by a
* The names of his former Rugby pupils, where not otherwise specified, are marked
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71. To Rev. Augustus Hare. Pamphlet.-Not latitudinarian . 288

72. To Rev. G. Cornish. The same.-Westmoreland and Warwick-

shire

289

73. To Rev. J. C. Hare. Bunsen.-Third Volume of Niebuhr.-

Roman History

. 290

74. To Mr. Serjeant Coleridge. Birth of his youngest daughter.-

Bunsen's letters.—Political excitement.-Whately.–Oxford

Party.–Church of England.—Christ the only object of re-

ligious affection. Church and State.—School.-Allan Bank.

-Teaching his daughters

291

75. To Jacob Abbott. Interest in America.—Young Christian.-

Unitarianism

294

76. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Translation of the New Testament.

-Grounds of Roman Catholic Relief Act.-High Churchmen 295

77. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Health.—Confession.—Faith.—Uncer-

tainty of life.—Death of his friends Lowe and Augustus

Hare

297

78. To Rev. F. C. Blackstone. Fixing of views.- Mountain scenery.

-School

298

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

299

80. To Rev. Dr. Hawkins. Tracts for the Times. Episcopacy not

essential 1.

299

81. To W. W. Hull, Esq. Abstract of his work on the Identity of

Church and State

301

82. To Rev. J. C. IIare. Declaration for the Admission of Dissenters

to the Universities.-Unitarians.—Petition against the Jew

Bill

83. *To H. Balston, Esq." Advice on Composition .

304

84. To W. Empson, Esq. Irish Establishment.—Colleges and halls 304

85. To Rev. Dr. Longley. False hopes of reaction.–School.-Pupils

in Westmoreland

306

86. To the Archbishop of Dublin. Respect for Episcopacy.-Church

and State.-Sermons on the Evidences.-Mechanics’ Insti-

tute

307

87. To a former landlord. Advice under painful illness.-—-Forgiveness

of injuries

308

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

. 310

89. To Chevalier Bunsen. Roman History.-Illyrians.-Physical

History.-Trades' Unions.—Letter on Christian Sacrifice.

-Abbott's Works.-America

310

90. To an old pupil. (A.)b Right use of University distinctions.-

Reserve

312

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* The letters of the alphabet thus affixed are merely for the sake of distinguishing
between the several pupils, so addressed.

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