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— rates, ii. 18, 36

— Reform : Arnold's plan, i. 374

— temporalities : proposed reform
(1830), i. 226

— Rev. R. W., ii. 248. 327, 434, 465
Churton, Mr. Edward, ii. 7, 252

— Rev. W. R., i. 77, 112, 201, ii. 330
Cicero: Newman's article on, i. 85,

185 ; his style, ii. 477
Cintra, i 291
Clarke, Archdeacon, i. 476, ii. 258,

260, 261
Clergy Aid Society, ii. 231, 236
Close, Rev. Mr. (Cheltenham), ii

297. 324
Coddrington, Mr., i. 469
Coffee, Greek, i. 317
Coldwcll, Rev. C. L., ii. 476
Coleridge, Rev. W., i. 83, ii. 93

— Sir John (1838). ii. 252, 357, 358
374. 456

— S. T., ii. 39, 156
Coliseum, the, i. 359, 369, 379
Colonial Bishops, ii. 315

• Coloured ' men : treatment by

American Church, ii, 216
Confirmation, ii. 233 ^55.



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Connemara, state of the Church in

(1836), ii. 209
Consecration of Bishops, ii. 233
Conversion, religious, i. 123
Convocation (Church), ii. 61, 86,

108, iSi, 182, 369, 380, 381, 382
— Oxford, i. 440, ii. 72, 211, 246,

248, 397

Conybeare, Mr., ii. 385 _ '

Copeland, Rev. W. J., i. 456 ; ii. 8,

35, 84, 149, 195, 297,298, 323.466,

467, 483. — Letter to Newman, ii.

152
Copleston, Rev. Dr. (Provost of Onel;
afterwards Bishop of Llandaff), i.
65, 68, 72, 73, 75, 107, 114, 139,
148, 162, 163, 172, 179, ii. 145,
157, 158, 161, 163, 245, 383, 404.
—Letter to Newman, i. 195
Copley, Mrs., ' History of the Bible,'

i. 282
Corcyra, i. 363

Corfu, i. 319 sgg., 331, 354, 374, 391
Corinth, Gulf of, i. 318
Cornish, Mr., ii. 106, 370
Corunna, i. 285
Cosin, Bishop, ii. 31, 41, 82
Cotton, Rev. R. L., i. 452, 457, 464,
ii. 283. — Letter to Newman, i. 272
Councils, Newman's work on the.

Sec ' Arians '
Coxe, Archdeacon, i. 35
Crabbe's Poems, Newman's admira-
tion of, i. 52
Crawley, Mrs. (Littlemore), ii. 488
. — Rev. Mr., i. 213, 495
Creed, expansions of the, ii. 127
Crotch, Dr. (musician), ii. 29
Crowe, Mr. (Consul at Patras), i. 313
— Rev. W., i. 24
Cuddesdon, i. 184, 222, ii. 398
Cudworth's Sermons, i. 168
Cumberland, Richard, i. 17
Cunningham, Mr. (Harrow), i. 221
Curates, additional : suggested plan,
ii. 89. See. also Clergy Aid
Society
Cust, Sir E., ii. 17

Daily services, ii. 50, 52, 53, 152, 166,

216, 248
Daman, Mr., ii. 245
Dartington, i. 241, ii. 109, 122, 140
Dartmoor, i. 243
David, King, ii. 85
Davies, Bishop (Peterborough), ii.

320



DUB

Davison on ' Primitive Sacrifice,' i.

lOI

— Mr., i. 114, 223, 452

Davy, Dr. (physician: Malta), i. 341,
342

Dead, prayers for the, ii. 144, 272

Dealtry, Dr., ii. 213, 215

Dean of a College : Newman's opin-
ions as to his functions, i. 262 sqq.

Deane, Mr., ii. 432

— Mrs., ii. 293

Declaration of Conformity : proposed
instead of Subscription (Oxford),
ii. 106

' Declaration of Principles and Ob-
jects ' [of tlie Movement], Keble's,

i- 433. 435

Dedication (of works), ii. 314

Denison, Rev. E. (afterwards Bishop
of Salisbury), i. 207, ii. 48, 143,
163, 228

Denison, Rev. G. A. (afterwards
Archdeacon), ii. 209, 414

Devonshire, i. 241 sq., 283

Dinners, Italian, i. 346, 383

Diocesan Fund, ii. 231

Dionysius Alexandiinus, S., New-
man's edition of, ii. 16, 49, 61,
114, 119, 122, 123, 129, 132, 281,

Disci2}lina Arcani, ii. 18, 49
' Discussions and Arguments,' New-
man's, i. 445 n.
Dispensaries, self-supporting, ii. 149,

152
Dissenters' marriages, burials, &c.,

i, 475, ii. 29, 30, 55 sqq., 62 sq.

88, 365
Dissenters University Admission

Bill, i. 414, ii. 38, 52, no
Divines, old Anglican, i. 142 sq., 145
Divinity Professorship, Oxford (1836),

ii. 160 sqq., 166 sqq.
Doddridge's ' Rise and Progress,' i.

92, 122
Dodsworth, Rev. W.,ii. 164. — Letters

to Newman, ii. 158, 190
Dominic, Father, ii. 46S
Donatists, ii. 287, 430
Dornford, Rev. Mr., i. 70, 153, 156

sq., 180, 188, 190, 194, 196, 211,

214, 232, 260, ii. 106
Druses, the, ii. 353
' Dublin Record,' ii. 256
' Dublin Review' : description of
Newman's preaching, ii. 219 ; 243,
286



hidex



501



Duelling, Mr. Bowden's tract on, i.

448
Diirer, Albert, i. 380
Dyson, Mr., i. 482



Early Communion, ii. 248

Echalaz, Mr., i. 72
' Eclectic Keview,' i. 205
Ecclesiastical Commission, ii. 37S.
See also Church Commission

Ecclesiastical Discipline Act, ii. 3SS

'Ecclesiastical History ' (a projected
work), i. 235, 239, ii. 117, 120,
121

' Economy,' i. 276, ii. 207, 209, 264

Eden, Kev. Mr., ii. 48, 51, 106, (New-
man's successor at St. Mary's)
425, 426, 440

' Edinburgh lleview,' i. 65, ii. 28,
152, 153, 248

Egesta (Scgesta), i. 341, 344, 348 sq.,
365. 390

' Elements of Logic,' Whately's, i.
06, 140.S5..

Elmsley, Rev. Dr. (St. Alban Hall),
i. 95, 108

Elrington, Dr., ii. 351

' Elucidations ' (Newman's pamphlet
against Hampden), ii. 168

Emancipation, Catholic, i. 162, 199,
200, 201, 206, 208

' Encyclopiedia Metropolitana ' : New-
man's contributions to, i. 77, 85,
94, 95, loi, 127, 141, 146, 185

'English Churchman,' ii. 417, 454,
456

Erastianism, ii. 284

Eryx (Sicily), i. 350

"Essays Critical and Historical,'
Newman's, i. 194 n., ii. 416

Estcourt, Mr. Sotheron, ii. 228

Etna, i. 345. 356, 398, 405, 414

Eucharist, i. 4S5, ii. 8, 31, 41, 43,

47. 50, 350, 352, 374. 377
Evangelicalism, Evangelicals, i. 114,

119, 121, 122, 123, 125, 143, 455,

458, 460, 461, 476, 478, ii. 8, 38,

62, 66, 97, III, 154, 186, 187, 19S,

210, 213, 297
Examination Statute (Oxford), new

(1830), i. 220
Expansions (development) of the

Creed, ii. 127
Expenses, college (Oxford), i. 164
Eyre, Rev. D. I.; letter to Newman,

19



Faber, Rev. F. W., ii. 141, 253, 274,

315

Factory Act (1843), ii. 414

Fairford (Keble's home), i. 190

'Fairy Bower, The' (Mrs. Thos.
Mozley's), ii. 321

Falconer. Rev. Thos. : letter to
Newman, ii. 18

Falconieri, Palazzo (Rome), i. 379

' Fame, Essay on,' a juvenile produc-
tion of Newman's, i. 49

Fasting, i. 368, ii. 303

Fathers, Apostolical, i. 127, 134, 139,
145,169,212,238,251, ii. 41,119,
122, 126, 241, 248, 292, 479

Faussett, Rev. Dr. (Margaret Pro-
fessor), ii. 254, 255, 267, 396

Ferns, Bishop of (1834), ii. 34

Feuch^res, Mme de, i. 344

Field, Rev. Mr. (afterwards Bishop of
Newfoundland), i. 452

Fleury's 'Ecclesiastical History,' ii.
120, 283, 2S5, 400

Formby, Mr., ii. 353

Forster, Mr., i. 470

Fortescue, Mr., ii. 435

Fourdrinier, Mr. J., ii. 432

Fragmentary Diary, Newman's, i.
432

France, i. 411

Franklin, Sir John, i. 314, 326, 32S,

367
' Eraser's Magazine,' ii. 257
Frere, Miss, i. 343 h.
Frere, Sergeant (Head of Downinu'

Coll.), i. 76
' Friends of the Church ' Associa-
tion, i. 454532., 464, 478, 4S5, 4S6,

488, 496, ii. 6, 32
Frogs, Italian: their musical note, i.

39S
Froude, Archdeacon, i. 280, 287, 297,

299. 321. 338. 340, 342, 455. 469.

483, ii. 88, 89, 242, 252, 290

— Letters to Newman, i. 255, 2S6,
492, ii. 9,45. 165, 170, 171. 173,
180, 208, 213, 217

— Miss, ii. 109, 147

— Rev. R. Hurrell, i. 109. 131, l6S,
153 *2-. 156. 157. 160, 16S, 149,
184 n., 1S7, 214, 228, 245, 253, 255,
261, 266, 287, 332, 346, 374, 378.
392, 43'. 439. 441. 449. 456. 460,
464, 465, 471, ii. i2, 37, 73. 88,
132, 136, 138, 145, 151, 153. 165.
170, (death) 1 7 1, 172, (character)
173, 180



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John Henry Newman



Froude, Rev. R. H., Letters to New-
man, i. 190, 214, 233, 245, 253, 257,
272,437,444,455,457,471,480,484,
491, ii. 36, 76, 80, 82, 94, 106, 109,
III, 116, 135, 136, 141, 145, 159

— 'Remains,' ii. 213, 236, 237, 240,
242, 248, 252, 255, 257, 287, 292,
318

— Mr. James A., ii. 147, 153, (recol-
lections of Newman) 493

— Mr. William, i. 190, 246, 254,
ii. 241, 247, 252

Galitzin, Prince, i. 343

Gambier, Mr., i. 168

Garbett, Eev. J., ii. 370 n., 385

' Gaudy,' the : Newman's objections

to the manner of its observance,

i. 36 sg.
Gemellaro, Dr. C. (Catania), i. 399,

403 > 405
Geneva ministers, i. 377
Gennaro (Newman's servant in

Sicily), i. 415 sgg.
Gentili, Eev. Dr. (E.G.), ii. 417, 418,

423
Gentlemen commoners, i. 151
Giarre, i. 397, 402
Giberne, Miss Fanny, i. 177

— Miss M. E., i. 177, ii. 10
Gibraltar, i. 293, 296 sg., 330
Gifford, Mr. (Editor of 'Quarterly

Eeview '), i. 193
Girdlestoue, Eev. G., i. 84
Gladstone, Mr., i. 459,482, ii. 30, 97,

179, 255, 277, 278, 279, 321, 357,

358, 382, 383, 427
' Globe,' the, i. 493
Glover, Archdeacon, i. 478
Gnosticism, i. 129, 185
Gobat's ' Abyssinia,' ii. 51
Goddard, Archdeacon, ii. 97, 163. —

Letter to Newman, 95
Golightly, Eev. G. P., i. 165, 166,447,
452, 463, 476, ii. 65, 102 ?i., 144,
147, 148, 165, 321, 329, 330, 331,

359, 408, 444. — Letters to New-
man, i. 277, 445, ii. 78, 102

Goulburn, Dean, ii. 52, 444 n.

Gower, Eev. Mr., ii. 104

' Grammar of Assent,' i. 14 sg., 25,

124
' Graves on the Pentateuch,' i. 1 1 1
Greek Ghurch, (in Gorfu) i. 324,

(strict observance of fasting) 368

— clergy, i. 325

— Saint-worship, i. 377



Greek Sea, the, i. 314

Greenhill, Dr., ii. 477

Gregorian Tones, ii. 479

Gregory the Great, Pope : his belief
that Rome was accursed, i. 388

Grenada, mountains of, i. 297

Grenville, Lord (Ghancellor of Ox-
ford), i. 108, 493 n.

Greswell, Mr., i. 77, iii, 483, ii. 264

Greville, Mr. C. : extract from his
' Memoirs,' ii. 162 n.

Griffiths, Eev. Mr. (Wadham Coll.),

ii- 330
Griswold, Bishop (American), ii.

401
Guido's ' Genci,' i. 379
Gunpowder Plot Service, ii. 15
Gutch, Eev. John, i. 113

Haddan, Eev. Mr., ii. 321

Hadleigh : High Church meeting at

(July 1833), i. 431, 43S, 440, 441
Hale, Eev. W. Hale, ii. 97.— Letter

to NeAvman, ii. 95
Hall for young graduates (Oxford),

proposed, ii. 249
Hall, Mr. Peter, ii. 144
Ham (Richmond), Newman's early

home, i. 17 «., 318, 394
Hampden, Rev. Dr., i. 108, 141, 185,

220, ii. 28, 78, 108, 150, 157, 160

sgg., 168 553., 175, 180, 397, 401. —

Letter to Newman, i. 481
Harrison, Eev. B., ii. 8, 9, 30, 72, 99,

119, 153, 213, 264, 333.— Letters

to Newman, ii. 11, 15, 81, 103,

133

Harrowby, Lord, i. 369

Harvey, Eev. Mr. (Highgate), ii. 218

Hawkins, Eev. Dr. (Provost of

Oriel), i. 68, 72, 84, 114, 118 sg.,

121, 147 sgg., 152, 153, 154532.,

172, 174, 175, 176, 179, 192, 199,

201, 203, 213, 219, 250, ii. 382. —

Letters to Newman, i. 99, 100,

273
Hayes, Rev. J. (Colebrookdale), ii.

476
' Heads of a Week-day Lecture,'

Newman's, i. 485, ii. 31, 41
Heathcote, Sir W., i. 4S2, ii. 6, 18,

209
Hebdomadal Board (Oxford), i. 480,

ii- 331. 453 n-
Heber's ' Journal,' i. 189
Heber, Mr. : letter to Newman, i. 93
— Mrs., i. 321



Index



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Hebrew, Newman's study of, i. 136
Herbert, George, ii. 439

Herculaneum, i. 355, 356

Heresy and false doctrine, proposed

Court of, ii. 86
'Hermes,' the letters from Newman
on board of the, i. 284 sgg.

Hicks, Bishop : ' Constitution of the
Christian Church,' ii. 117

* Hildebrand,' Voigt's, ii. 16 ; Bow-
den's, 120, 271, 320, 322

Hill, Rev. John : letter to Newman,
i. 216

Hinds, Rev. S. (afterwards Bishop
of Norwich), i. 102, 106, 140, ii.
161

Hinton, Mr. (Dissenting minister), i.
86, 89

Hoadley, Hoadleyism, ii. 31, 41

Hobart, Bishop (New York), i. 83

Hodson, Rev. Dr. (Head of Brase-
nose College), i. 57

'Home Thoughts Abroad,' New-
man's, i. 444, 451, ii. 107, 136, 185,
186, 187

Hook, Rev. W. F., i. 458, 469, 470,
ii. 276, 333.— Letter to Newman,
ii. 98

Hope (afterwards Hope-Scott), Mr.
J. R., i. 18, ii. 83, 248, 302, 318,
344, 3S6. — Letters to Newman, ii.
355. 360

Horace's poems, ii. 481

Horsham, i. 229

Horspath, i. 210, 211, 213

House of Lords, Bishops in, ii. 96

Howe, Rev. Mr. (Southampton), ii.
178

Howley, Bishop (afterwards Arch-
bishop of Canterbury), i. 112, 147,
188, 439, ii. 12, 25, 26, 50, I62?^.,
167, 169, 179, 181, 212, 255, 354,
381

Hull, Mr. W. W., i. 456

Hume, Mr., ii. 40

Hunt, Mr. and Mrs., murder of
(P(pstuni), i. 357, 369

Hursley (Keble's living), ii. 144,
166 n., 242

Iffley, i. 235

Ignatius, St., translation of his

works, i. 456, ii. 8
Indiffcrentisni, i. 199
Infallibilily of the Church, ii, 400
Infai\t I'aptism, i. 127
Infidelity, i. 126



Ingham, Mr. (Palermo), i. 346

Inglis, Sir Robert, i. 200, 201, 207,
225, ii. 6, 18, 30, 58, 191, 245, 255,
328. — Letter to Newman, ii. 96

Ingram, Mr., i. 29

Irish Church Bill (1S33), i. 440

Irony, Newman's, i. 221

Irvingism, i. 126

Isaacson, Mr., i. 469

Ithaca, i. 314, 316, 317, 318, 391

Jacobson, Mr., ii. 58

Jager, Abbe, ii. 74, 81, 114, 115, 116,

119, 123, 128, 132, 136, 229
James, Rev. E., i. 474

— Rev. W., i. 70, 104, 159.— Letter
to Newman, 217

Jebb, Bishop (Limerick), i. 440, 470,

ii. 216
Jeffreys, Mr. H., ii. 297
Jeffries, Mr., ii. 268
Jelf, Rev. Dr., i. 84, 108, iii, 112,

201, ii. 326, 333. — Letter to New-
man, ii. 37
Jenkyns, Rev. Dr. (afterwards Canon

of Durham), i. 97, 116, 262, ii. 51,

90. 163
Jenner, Sir Herbert, ii. 3S0, 387
Jennings, Rev. Mr., ii. 276
Jerusalem Bishopric, ii. 352, 353,

358, (Newman's Protest against)

362, 363, 374, 378
Jesuits, ii. 449
Jeune, Mr. (Pembroke Coll.), i.

476
Jews, Anglican (Jerusalem), ii. 353
Johnson, Dr., ii. 93

— Mr. Manuel (Radcliffe Observer),
ii. 97, 100, 249, 281, 317

Jubber, Miss (Newman's refusal to
marry an unbaptized person), ii.
55 s<22., 62, 63, 131

Justification (religious), i. 125, (New-
man's lectures on) ii. 229, 248, 250.
252, 294

Kaye, Bishop (Lincoln), ii. 49
Keblo, Mrs. J., ii. 144, 471, 472

— Rev. J., i. 68, 72. 75, S3, 115, 153,
154, 158, lOo, (Hymns) 165, 172,
174, 175 n., 1S4, 190,203.220,233,
(Poetry Professor) 253, 374, 391,
f Assize Sermon) 414, 431, 432,
(' Declaration of Principles and
Objects ') 433. 434. 437. .43!^. 452.
(' Adherence to Apostolical Suc-
cession ') 452, 456, 4O7, 4S2, 48^,



504



Joh^i Henry Newman



487,11. I, 19, ('Installation Ode')
29,32,41,48,51,55,86,87, 106,109,
119, 124, 125, 127, 132, 138, 139,
(marriage) 140, 143, 145, 162 w.,
166, 188, 198, (Newman's account
of his sermons) 202, 206, 209,
(Village Sermons) 211, (Visitation
Sermon) 213, 216, 244, (Sermon
on Tradition) 246, (Tract on Mys-
ticism) 252, 270, 271, 282, 285,
318, 327, 330, 331, 366, (Protest
in Eev. P. Young's' case) 380, 389,
390, 423, 474, 492
Keble, Eev. J., Letters to Newman, i.
98, 176, 188, 191, 195, 207, 246,
247, 248, 254, 276, 381, 436, 441,
452, 464, 473, 484, ii. 5, 23, 33, 37,
79, 80, 85, 88, 90, 142, 152, 156,
167, 178, 184, 212, 349, 374, 379
380, 433, 438, 455, 456, 471

— Eev. T., i. 456, 482, ii. 8, 23, 50,
265, 267, 272, 273, 274, 472

Ken, Bishop, ii. 93, 208, 377

Kent, Duke of, i. 18

Kenyon, Lord, i. 482

Kidd, Dr., ii. 264

Kinsey, Eev. Mr. (Dean of Trin.

Coll.), i. 32, 41, 60, 62, 67, 68, 72
Knights of St. John (Malta), i. 335 s^.
Knox, Eev. Mr., ii. 93, 133

Laity in Convocation (suggestion),

ii. no. III, 117
Lake, Dean (Durham), ii. 402 w., 495
Lamennais, ii. 238
Lancaster, Mr., i. 483
Laud, i. 219, ii. 345
Laudian statutes for Oxford, i. 154
Law, Bishop (Bath and Wells), ii.

243
Lay Synod : E. H. Froude's proposal,

i.438
Lazaretto, the Maltese, i. 309 sgg.,

331 n-
Le Bas, Mr., ii. 164, 255, 261, 294
Lee, Professor, ii. 51

— Eev. Dr. (President of Trin. Coll.),
i. 27, 31, 60, 76

Leeves, Eev. Mr. (Corfu), i. 325
Legge, Bishop (Oxford), i. 1 18, (death)

162
Leigh, Mr., ii. 478, 480
Leonforte (Sicily), i. 407, 415
Library, Newman's, ii. 386, 3S9, 409
' Library of the Fathers,' ii. 177, 205

211,214, 241, 249, 266, 278,280

281, 283



Liddell, Mr., ii. 8
Lipscombe, Eev. Mr., i. 83
Lisbon, i. 291 sg.

Littlemore, i, 199, 213,236, 252, 267,
ii. 101,102, 114, 177,201,211%.,
212, 222, 244, 268, 296, 298, 300,
301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 320, 385,
386, 387, 395, 413, 422, (Newman's
last days at) 467, (address to par-
ishioners, 1835) 486, (account of
the inhabitants) 487 aq^q^.
Liturgy for School Prayers, New-
man's, ii. 303
Liverpool, Lord, i. 93
' Lives of the English Saints,' New-
man's, ii. 345, 412
Lloyd, Eev. Dr. Charles, i. 82, 109822-.
162, (made Bishop of Oxford) 163,
201, (death) 208
Lockhart's Life of Scott, ii. 403
Lockhart, Mr., ii. 417, 418, 423
' London Eeview,' the, i. 193, 194
London University, i. 205, 465, ii. 29
Longley, Colonel (Governor of Cerigo)

i-3i3>32i
' Loss and Gain,' i. 48
Lutheranism, i. 125, ii. 249, 369
Lyall, Archdeacon, i. 438, ii. 9
' Lyra Apostolica,' i. 290, 370, 377,
437, 451, 483, ii. 85, 199, 200, 204,
205, 215, 240
Lyte, Eev. H. F., i. 492. — Letter to
Newman, ii. 45

Macintosh, Sir James, i. 256
Maguire, Eev. J. (E.G.), ii- 115, 118,

124, 131
Mair, Colonel, i. 299
Maitland, Eev. S. E., ii. 117, 120,

249, 323. — Letter to Newman, ii.

96

— Sir F., i. 323
Malmesbury, Lord, i. 152 n.
Malta, i. 306 sg-., 328, 335 ; status of

Church (E.C.), i. Zlil)^^-
Manners, Lord John (1839), ii. 278
Manning, Eev. H. E., ii. 295, 381
Mant, Bishop, i. 218
Marble, abundance of, in Eome, i.

376
Marriage Bill, Dissenters' (1834), ii.

29,30
Marriott, Mr. Charles, ii. 106, 261,
(on Tract 90) 453

— Eev. John, i. 258,270, 381,452,
456, 463, ii. 277, 278, 324

Martyn, Henry, i. 117, 189



Index



D^D



Martyrs' Memorial, the, ii. 278
Mass, the, i. 377, ii. 291
Mathematics, modern French, i. 229
Mawman, Mr., i. 1S5
Mayer, Eev. W., i. 22, 23, 27, 78, 84,

86 «., 177 n., 1S2 n.
Maynooth, ii. 32S
Mayo (Irehind), ii. 210

— Dr. (physician), i. 163
Mediterranean, the, i. 303
Melbourne, Lord, ii. 158, 161, 162 n.,

167, iSi, 185, 204
Menzies, Mr., ii. 8, 178
Messina, i. 341, 342, 344, 391, 395-396
Mill, Dr., ii. 281
Miller, Mr. John, i. 473, 475, 483,

484, 485, ii. 8
Mills, Mr., i. 193, 220
Milman, Eev. H. H., ' History of

Christianity,' ii. 300
Milner's 'Church History,' i. 126
Miracles, Newman's Essay on, i. loi,

127, 135, 146
Mitford, Miss, i. 164, ii. 224 n.
Moberly, Mr., ii. 333
Mcihler, Dr., ii. 40
Molesworth, Mr., i. 473
Monachism, ii. 112, 117, 348 sgg.
Mox/T} (Littlemore), ii. 304, 389 sgg.,

409
Monkey Cave (Gibraltar), i. 298
Monophj'sites, ii. 284, 2S6, 353, 369,

430, 449
More, Mrs. Hannah, ii. 129
Morea, the, i. 313, 367
Morpeth, Lord, ii. 255, 256, 328
Morris, Rev. J. B., ii. 291, 316

— Rev. T., ii. 413

Mount, Mr. (Bath), i. 473

Movement, the O.xford : its begin-
ning, i. 431 sjg. ; instructions to
its propagandists, ii. 4

Mozley, Miss A., ii. 4S7, 491

— Miss E., i. 335 n.

— Mr. John, ii. 150, 410, 442

— Rev. Arthur, ii. 436

— Rev. J. B., i. 452,471, ii. i, 48,
94 n., 145, 195, 211, 224, 247, 297,
302 n., 313, 320, 325 n, 436, 437,
455, 465,466. -Letter to Newman,
ii. 217

— Rev. Thomas, i. 131, 209, 211,
225, 232, 245, 253, 257, 271, 279,
463, ii. 102 7^., 150, 166, 172, 192,
201, (marriage) 212, 255, 314, 320,
398.— Letters to Ne^vman, i. 471,
495, ii. 18, 157



MuUins, Rev. J., i. 27

Music, i. 19, 52, 61, (in the Papal

Chapel) 380, 381, ii. 67
Mysticism, Keble's Tract on, ii. 252

Nangle, Rev. Mr., ii. 210

Naples, i. 341 s^^., (Bay of) 354, y]i,

383. 387. 391 s(i.
Napoli (Argos), i. 316 sg., 331
National Apostasy, Keble's sermon

on, i. 414, 431, 432
National Board Schools, Irish, ii.

210
Neate, Mr. E., i. 201, 342, 356, 358,

372
Neri, St. Philip, ii. 474
Nestorianism, ii. 87, 365, 369, 449
Newcastle, Duke of (1833). i. 482
Newman, Mr. (Newman's Father), i.

16, 19, 26, 27, 47, 56, 58, 68, 77,
(death) 90, 125 s^.— Letters to
Newman, i. 16, 21

— Mrs. (Newman's Mother), i. 16,

17, 26, 96, 163, 170, 172, 214, 366,
449, 451, ii. 114 n., (death) 194
sgg., 211 n.

— Letters to Newman, i. 58, 77, 89,

90, 129, 134, 165, 179, 252

— Mrs. (Newman's grandmother), i.

91

— Mrs. E. (Newman's aunt), i. 85 n.,

91, ii. 419, 447, 448, 464, 491 sg.—
Letter to Newman, i. 91

— Mr. Charles, i. 16, 56, 72, 89, 233

— Mr. Francis W., i. 43, 47, 56, 76,
133. 134, 233, 236, 341, ii. 195 n.

— Miss H. E. (Mrs. Thomas
Mozley), i. 30, 52, 57, 61, 81, 96,
128, 132, 133, 135, 136, 137, 138,
165, 166, 168, 1 78, 251, ii. 211 n.,
(marriage) 212, 321, 4S9.— Letters
to Newman, i. 139, 215, ii. 334

— Miss J. C. (Mrs. John Mozley), i.
2 n., Si, 138, 163, 164, ii. 150,
(marriage) 194, 211 n., 293, 420,
467, 487, 488, 492

— Letters to Newman, i. 134, 135,
181, ii. 322, 367, 373, 383, 404t
407,410, 415, 418, 419, 426,442,
446,455,457,461,469

— Miss Mary, i. 2 «., 81, 137, 138,
142, 163, 165, (death) 172, 176,
177, 181, 1S3, 1S4. 186. — Letters
to Newman, i. 133 171

— Rev. J. H. : inciilonts of child-
hood and school life, i. 14 sjg. ;
early love of the Bible, 15



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religious feelings as a child, i6 ;
devotion to Sir Walter Scott's
writings, i8 ; musical tastes, and
dramatic and operatic composi-
tions, 19 ; productions of the
'Spy Club,' 19 sg.; his father's
business difficulties, 20 s^. ;
Newman's conversion (1816), 22;
friendship and influence of Kev.
Walter Mayer, 22 sq. ; early love
of theological studies, 24 ; and of
' style ' in composition, 25
Newman, Kev. J. H. Autobiographical
Memoir : birth and first school,
i. 26 ; entered at Trinity College,
Oxford, 27 ; friendship with Mr.
Bowden, 28 ; introduction to
University life, 29 sgg. ; relations
with his tutor (Mr. Short), 32 sq<i. ;
University mourning dress, 33 ;
Newman elected to a scholarship,
35 ; his objections to the 'Gaudy,'
36 ; disadvantages of going too
soon to Oxford, 38; reasons of
Newman's failure in examination
for honours, 38 sgg. ; in union
with Mr. Bowden he writes and
publishes a poem, 39 ; ' The
Undergraduate ' (periodical), 40 ;
Long Vacation studies, 41 ; a
' mental or moral change' (1820),
42 ; laborious days, 44 ; high
expectations of his friends, 44 s^. ;
overwork and failure, 45 ;
sympathy of his parents, 46 ;
determination to take Orders, and
to remain at Oxford, 47 sq. ; re-
solves to stand for a fellowship at
Oriel, lb. ; studies in mineralogy,
60; projects of study, 61; Mr.
Short's advice, 62 ; condition of
Oriel, 64 ; attack on it by ' Edin-
burgh Review,' 65 ; Newman's
hopefulness, 68 : elected Fellow,
70 ; reception of the news, 71 ; the
turning-point of his life, 73 ;
studies in critical scholarship, 74 ;
in Oriel Common-Eoom, 103 ;
Newman's shyness, 104 ; intro-
duction to Whately, ih. ; beneficial
results, 105 ; Whately's ' anvils,'
106 ; Newman's share in his
' Elements of Logic,' ih. ; made
Tutor of Oriel and Vice-Principal
of St. Alban Hall, 108 ; friendship
with Whately, ih. ; intercourse with
Dr. Charles Lloyd, 109 sgg.;



Lloyd's lectures described, 1 1 1 ;
distinguished pupils of his, 1 12;
influences that wrought a change
in Newman's religious opinions :
Oriel Common-Eoom, 113; Pusey
and Hawkins, 115: account of
Pusey, 115 i^. ; his religious state,
117; Newman's ordination and
first curacy (St. Clement's, Oxford),
118; influence of Mr. Hawkins,
ih. ; his character and opinions,
119; influence of Sumner's 'Apo-
stolical Preaching,' 120; Calvinism
or Baptismal Eegeneration ? ih. ;
rejection of Evangelicalism, ih.
reasons for Ne%%-man's changed
belief, 121 ; consideration of his
position towards Evangelicalism,
122 522- ; what is meant by a reli-
gion, 124; Newman's youthful
confused idea of Christian doctrine,
125; his Father's warnings, 126;
Arminianism seventy years ago,
ih. ; Newman begins the study of
the Fathers, 127 ; incidents of his
University career : Vicar of St.
Mary's, 147 ; account of his
severance from the tutorial office,
148 S22- ; his Mother's desire that
he should marry, 1 50 ; treatment
of undergraduates, 151; obligatory
Communion, ih. ; gentlemen com-
moners, ih. ; private tutors, ih. ;
friendly relations with his pupils,

152 ; his fellow Tutors (E. I. Wil-
berforce, E. H. Froude, Dornford),

153 S2. ; theory of a Tutor's office,

154 ; conflict between Hawkins and
the Tutors, 155 sq^.\ statement of
their views by the Tutors, 157 sq^.\
Newman deprived of the Tutor-
ship, 159; the Tract movement
was the result, 160

Newman, Eev. J. H., Letters : to —
Father, i. 29, 30, 31, 46, 52, 56,

60, 69, 70 71., 72, 76, 85, 88
Mother, i. 31, 32, n, 34, 35, 36,
42, 46, 50, 51, 56, 57, 58, 61, 68,
72, 76, 78, 82, 86, 93, 94, 95, 98.
loi, 129, 130, 131, 139, 161,
163, 164, 168, 169, 173, 179,
182, 201, 202, 204, 208, 222,
228, 229, 244, 247, 265, 2S2.
283, 2S4, 293, 302, 316, 335,
351. 37S, 391. 409. 410. ii- 63,
67, 118, 131
Aunt (Mrs. E.), ii. 129



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Newman, Kev. J. H., Letters : to —

Brother (Francis), i. 43

Sister (Harriett), i. 52, 57, 75, 79,



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