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81, 82, 94, 97, 100, 128, 132,
142, 145, 162, 172, 182, 186,
I95i 197. 206, 208, 218, 228,
230, 243, 249, 2S6, 296, 309,
320, 342, 356, 379, 395, ii. 137,
196, 231, 250, 326, 39S, 425

Sister (Jemima), i. 83, 98, 136,
180 184, 190, 199, 234, 290,

301, 313. 330, 346, 375. 383.

399, ii. 40, 66, 122, 170, 197,

220, 223, 230, 233, 250, 253,

277, 280, 290, 292, 297, 299,

301, 303. 305. 315. 325. 335.

341. 343. 352, 364, 367. 385.

3S6, 38S, 398, 400, 4)3, 404,

406, 408, 411, 413, 417, 421,

424, 431, 432, 435, 440, 443,

449. 450. 459. 466, 46S, 471.
474

Sister (Mary), i. 168

Anonymous, i. 44, 80, ii. 346, 348,

414, 427, 430

Bagot, Bishop (Oxford), ii. 263,

332. 337. 339. 340, 361, 392
Bowden, Mr. J. W., i. 41, 72, 221,
236, 330,447,458,463,471,481,
483, ii. 16, 25, 28, 37, 39,56,61,
78, 79. 91. 97. "2, 120, 137,
150, 167, 174, 194, 201, 205, 214,
224, 226, 227, 229, 236, 241, 246,
247, 24S, 251, 253, 254, 259, 265,
266, 271, 276, 281, 282, 283, 2S9,
291, 294, 296, 298, 314. 324, 325,
326,335.344.345.352,353.361,
375. 389. 395. 401 , 405, 407. 412,

415, 425, 426, 431, 434
Bowden, Mrs. .1. W., ii. 281, 282
Christie, J. F., i. 366

Church, Rev. R. W., ii. 264, 336,

351. 376. 377. 465

'English Churchman,' the, ii.417

Froude, Rev. R. H., i. 187, 210,

212, 218, 231, 234, 245, 254, 256,

257. 273. 275. 276, 444. 446, 451.

456, 457, 476, 478, ii. 6, 47, 73, 86,

106, no, 112, 114, 123, 126, 136,

140, 143, 148,149, 153, 162, 164

Giberne, Miss M. R., i. 247, ii. 10.

192, 215, 241, 253. 2S9. 315
Grecnhill, Dr., ii. 477
Hanipdf n, Rev. Dr., ii. 77
Hayes, Rev. J., ii. 476
Hawkins, Rev. Dr., i. 159
Hill, Rev. John, i. 215



Newman, Rev. J. H., Letters : to —

Hook, Rev. W. F., ii. 293

Hope (Hope-Scott), Mr. J. R., i.
18, ii. 355, 358, 368, 368, 395,
406

James, Rev. Mr., i. 159

Jenkyns, Rev. H., i. 97, 235, 262,
264, 380

Keble, Rev. J., i. 136, 174, 188, 411,
439,463, 474, ii. 13, 22, 30, 34,
36, 72, 152, 160, 164, 175, 179,
191, 202, 211, 227, 229, 230, 236,
240, 242, 245, 251, 252, 257, 258,
261, 265, 266, 267, 270, 272, 273,
274. 337. 341. 342, 345. 347. 350.
352, 354. 357. 360, 363. 365. 369,
374, 380, 381, 384, 385, 387, 390,

395. 396, 401, 403. 405, 413. 417.

422, 434, 437
Leigh, Mr., ii. 480
Lyall, Archdeacon, ii. 399
Mayer, Rev. W., i. 23, 37, 44
Miss H. (' Z. Y. X.'), ii. 306 sgr/.,

313, 389, 409, 47S
Mozley, Miss A., i. 5
Mozley, Rev. J. B., i. 192, 201,

217, 254, 256, 313, 423, 429, 436,

437. 453. 454. 464
Mozley, Rev. T., i. 258, 280, 370, ii.

304. 313
Palmer, Rev. W., i. 465
Perceval. Rev. A. P., ii. 57
Pusey, Rev. Dr., i. 278, ii. 340
Rickards, Rev. S., i. 139, 142, 19S,

209, 230, 387, 488, ii. 58, 92, 108,

371.409
Rogers, Mr. F., i. 268, 279, 281,
361, 404, 449, 459, ii. 9, 20, 97,
131, 138, 199, 205, 210, 220, 231,
237, 242, 246, 274, 278, 279, 284,
285, 286, 2S7, 295, 302, 316, 322,

334
Rose, Rev. H. J., i. 239, ii. 2, 32, 185
Smedley, Rev. E., i. 12S, 1S5
Trench, Rev. R. C, ii. 116
Whately, Rev. Dr., i. 107, 140, ii. 69
Wilson, Rev. R. F., i. 374, 454, ii.
33. 35. 45. 53. 250
— Poems :

' Are these the tracks of some un-
earthly Friend ?' i. 295
'Banished the House of sacred

rest,' i. 329
' Bide thou thy time I ' (' The

Aniictcd Church'), i. 30S
' Consolations in Bereavement,' i.
179. 182



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Newman, Rev. J. H., Poems —

' Ere yet I left home's youthful
shrine,' i. 289

' Faint not, and fret not,' i. 299

' Far sadder musing on the tra-
veller falls,' i. 361

' How can I keep my Christmas
feast,' i. 300

' If e'er I fall beneath thy rod,'
(' David Numbering the People '),
i. 329

' I saw thee once and nought dis-
cerned,' i. 329

' Latest born of Jesse's race '
(' The Call of David '), i. 339

'Lead, kindly Light,' i. 409, ii. 477

Lines on a pair of kittens, i. 270 n.

Lines written at Dartington, i. 243,
244

' Many the guileless years the
Patriarch spent ' (' Isaac '), i 338

' Moses, the patriot fierce,' i. 308

' Myfather's hope ! ' (' Moses see-
ing the Land '), i. 319

' Aged Saint ! ' i. 290

' O Lord ! when sin's close mar-
shalled line,' i. 296

' purest semblance of the Eter-
nal Son ! ' (' Joseph '), i. 339

'0 specious sin and Satan's sub-
tle snare ' (' Israel '), i. 339

' Poor wajiderers, ye are sore dis-
trest,' i. 292

'Say,hast thou trackeda traveller's
round ' (' Taurominium '), i. 401

' The better portion didst thou
choose ' (' Abraham '), i. 327

' They do but grope in learning's
pedant round,' i. 290

' Thrice blessed are they who
feel their loneliness' ('Melchi-
zedek'), i. 327

' Tyi-e of the West ! ' i. 302

' Whence is this awe, by stillness
spread,' i., 296

' When Heaven sends sorrows '
('Warnings '), i. 351

'When mirth is full and free'
(' Prosperity '), i. 350

' When shall our Northern Church
her champion see ? ' (on St.
Athanasius), i. 303

' Wliere'er I roam in this fair
English land ' (' Home '), i. 279

'Why, wedded to the Lord, still
yearns my heart' ('Messina'),
i. 348



Newman, Picv. J. H., Poems —
' Woe's me ' ('Jeremiah '), i. 309

Newton, John, i. 122

Nicholas, Eev. Dr. (Newman's first
schoolmaster), i. 17, 26, 27

— St., ii. 297

Nicolosi : its chestnut-trees, i. 398

Norreys, Lord, ii. 205

Norris, Eev. Mr. (Hackney), i. 224,

433, 469, 483, 4S4, ii. 5, 15, 149
Northumberland, Duchess of (1834),

ii. 16
Nova Scotia, Bishop of (1839), ii. 281
Nugent, Lord, i. 313, 337
Nuneham, i. 214, 222
Nunnery, Newman's visit to a, ii. 68

Oakeley, Rev F., i. no, 163, ii. 228,
271, 296, (Translation of St. Bona-
ventura) 397, 398, 446

Oath of Supremacy, i. 441

O'Connell, Mr. Daniel, i. 207, ii. 255,
328

Ogilby, Professor (New York), ii. 401

Ogilvie, Mr., i. 220, 261, 452, ii. 32

Ogle, Mr., i. 72, 493, ii. 223

OlKovoixia : KaT olKovojxiav. See ' Eco-
nomy '

Oldershaw, Archdeacon, i. 469

Opera, Italian (Naples), i. 347

Ordination, ii. 233, 368

Oriel College, i. 64, 102, 108, 113, 130,
147 sgg., 151, 154 sgg., 169, 195,
198, 201, 209, 217, 262, 384, ii. 48

Origen, i. 220

Ostrahan, Mr., ii. 305

O'Sullivan, Mr. Mortimer, ii. 155

Otho, Kmg (Greece), i. 317, 328, 331,

367
Otterboum, ii. 240
Ottley, Mr., i. 84, in, 474, ii. 157

P^sTUM, i. 355, 357, 365, 369
Page, Mrs. (Palermo), i. 428
Palermo, i. 341, 342, 344. 345- 374.

408, 409, 428
Palgrave, Sir Francis, (letter to New-
man) ii. 176
Palmer, Mr. Roundell, ii. 295, 321,

375. 456

— Rev. W. (Worcester Coll.), 1. 260,

431. 433- 439. 440. 452, 456, 457.
464, 476, 478, 479, 482, ii. 6, 7, 8,9,
32. n5, 117, 120, 124, 159, 206,
252,264, 320, 330, 333, 376, 37S

— Letters to Newman, i. 255, 261,
266. 447, 469, ii. 13, 17



Index



509



Pantellaria (island), i. 306

Parker, Mr. J. H., ii. 44. — Letter to

Newman, ii. 5
Parnassus, i. 316, 328
Parsons' wives, ii. 210
Pascal's ' Thoughts,' ii. 307
Patras, i. 313, 316, 328, 331, 367
Pattison, Mr. (Lincoln Coll.), ii. 297
Pearson, Rev. Mr., i. 162
Peasantry, Italian, i. 357
Peculiars (Evangelicals), ii. 62, 97,

210, 297
Peel, Mr. (afterwards Sir E.), i. 93,
109, 200, 201, 203, 207, 224, ii. 52,

91, 131, 22S, 282, 327, 334, 351
Pelagianism, ii. 60, 62
Pellegrino, Monte, i. 345, 428
Peloponnesus, i. 314, 316
Penrose, Rev. Mr., i. 248
Peperino (stone), i. 379
Perceval, Rev. Arthur, i. 432, 438,
440, 447, 456, 469, ii. 8, 57, 80, 86,

98, 206, 323, 330, 333.— Letters to
Newman, ii. 43, 181

Perkins, Rev. Mr., ii. 131

Phillips, Mr. (Leicestershire), ii. 324

Philpotts, Bishop (Exeter), i. 455, ii.

99. I39i 144. 222, 255, 261, 290,
366

Phosphorescence of the sea, i. 290,

301
Picture galleries, Roman, i. 379 sj.
Platonism, i. 129
Plumer, Rev. Mr., i. 201
Pompeii, i. 355, 356, 387
Pope, Rev. J.: letter to Newman, i.

99
— Rev. S. L. : letter to Newman, 11.

54
' Portfolio,' the (periodical pro-
duced at Newman's school), i. 19
Portugal, i. 291
Postage, cost of, (1833) i. 381 n.,

(1839) ii. 279, (Penny Post, 1840)

296
Pott, Archdeacon, i. 224
Pramumirr, i. 439, 455, 476, ii. 48,

86, 88, 89, 215, 241 ; definition,

484
Prayer Book, the, ii. 186, 193, 241
Prayer Book of King Edward : First,

i. 250, ii. 186, 193; Second, ii.

233
Prevost, Rev. Sir George, i. 456, ii.

81, 206, 26S, 270, 271. -Letter to

Newman, ii. 18
Price, Dr. (Brighton), i. 424



Price, Mr. Bonamy : letter to New-
man, i. 246
' Prideaux's Connexion,' i. 84, m
Priests, College of : Pusey's scheme,
ii. 268

— Italian, i. 375, 378 sq.

Private Journal, Newman's, i. 78, 79,

151

— judgment, i. 221
Proctor, Mr., i. 79

' Prophetical Oflice ' (Newman's
work), ii. 206, 220, 229, 231

np6(T(»nov (Person —of Christ), ii. 123,
284

Protestantism, ii. 58, 59

Pugin, Mr., ii. 318, 324

Purgatory, i. 377

Puritanism, ii. 62, 233

Pusey, Miss Lucy, ii. 396

— Mr. Philip, ii. 39, 148

— Mrs. E. B., ii. 195, 256, 278,
(death) 282, 396.— Letter to New-
man, ii. 23

— Rev. Dr., i. 77, 79, 84, 95, loi,
no, 112, (Newman's description
of him) 115 sqq., 172, 174, 175 n.,
184, 1S5, 186, 1S9, 193, 195, 197,
19S, 201, 207, 213, 227, 246, 261,
273, (first mention in connexion
^vith the Movement) 476, 4S2, ii.
8, 9, 22, 23, 35, 43. 55, 72, 78, 92,
(on Baptism) 105, 113, 124, 133,
138, 144, 148, 157, 161, 162, 164,
181, 192, 193, 195, 204, 208, 211,
217, 230, 258, 265, 2S2, 2S9, 295,
298. 331. 333. (ou Tract 90) 344,
351. 354, 359. 370, 396, 402, 413,
(suspended from preaching at
Oxford) 414, 424, 437, 475

— Letters to Newman, i. 99, 165,
170, 197, 213, 214, 228, 238, 272,
277, 496, ii. 27, 72, 76, 86, 121,

133
Puseyism, Puseyitcs, ii. 327, 351,
414

Quakers, i. 495

Quarantine, i. 294, 309, 332. 334
' Quarterly Review,' ii. ^}}
Quarterman, Mrs. (Littlemore), ii,

253
Queen Victoria, ii. 15
Quietism, ii. 155

RAiufAL, a ppocimon, ii. 127 sq.

Radnor, Lord, ii. 112 sq

Raffaelle's pictures, i. 360, 370, 379



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John Henry Newman



Randolph, Mr., i. 463

'Eecord,' the, i. 435, 436, ii. 2,7, 13,

150, 208, 214, 245, 296, 317
'Eecords of the Church,' ii. 7, 37
Reform, ParHamentary, i. 237
Raid, Di-. (philosopher), ii. 41
* Religious Parties,' Newman's article

on, ii. 418
' Reminiscences of Oriel ' (T. Moz-

ley's), i. 253 «., 257,279, ii. 102 n.
' Reserve,' I. Williams's Tract on, ii.

252
Resina (Naples), i. 385
' Restoration of Suffragan Bishops,'

Newman's, ii. 94
Retractation, a (by Newman), ii. 406,

408
Revolution, French (1830), i. 233
Rhium, i. 363, 367
Rhodes, Mr., ii. 413
'Rhymed Plea for Tolerance

(' Edinb. Rev.'), ii. 28
Richards, Rev. H., ii. 4, 264, 370
Richardson, Sir J., i. 333
Rickards, Mrs., i. 137, 166, 168, 171,

491 n.

— Rev. S., i. 53, 106, 131, 139, 166,
168, 171, 184 «., 223, 250, 254,
268, 277, 452, 456, 483, 487, 491 n.,
ii. 8, 41, 106, 212

— Letters to Newman, i. 135, 140,
144, 228,251, 453,485,11. 135

Ridicule (of religious professors),

ii. 403, 404 n.
Ripon, Dean of (1S33), i. 483
Ritual, ii. 244, 260
Robbers, Italian, i. 357, 369
Rogers, Colonel, i. 297, 299, 301

— Miss, ii. 232, 244

— Mr. F. (afterwards Lord Blach-
ford), i. 142, 241, 249, 279, 373,
381, 425, 471, 476, ii. 20, 74, 87,
106, 124, 125, 171, 206, 327, 351,
370, 423, (' A Short Appeal ' :
Tract 90) 490

— Letters to Newman, i. 267, 278,
281, ii. 21, 52, 127, 147, 153, 198,
209, 383

— Mr. William, ii. 317

— Rev. Canon, i. 475
Rohan, Princes de, i. 343

' Romanism, Lectures on ' (New-
man's), ii. 311

Rome, i. 355, 358 sqq., 375 sg-., 383,
385, 3S8sgg., 391, ii. 321

Rose Bank, i. 235, ii. loi, 195, 489

— Hill, i. 235, ii. 4S9



Rose, Mr. Henry .J., i. 469

— Rev. Hugh J., i. 213, 227,250,
260, 261, 266, 268, 275, 431, 438,

439. 441. 442, 447. 449, 456, 403,
463, 467, 476, 478, 483, ii. I, 7,
26, 30, 33, 34, 36, 43, 86, 120, 149,
154, 228, 236, (death) 277, 278

— Letters to Newman, i. 443, ii.
107, 117, 121, 169, 175, 277

Rossini, i. 83

Round, Mr., i. 184 n, 258, 438

Routh, Rev. Dr. (President of Mag-
dalen College), i. 53, ii. 168, 220
sg., 230, 296

Rowe, Rev. S. (Stonehouse, Devon),

i-493
Rowley, Rev. Dr., ii. 167
Russians, the, in Malta, i. 337
Ryder, Bishop, ii. 12, 229
Ryder, Rev. G., ii. 106.— Letter to

Newman, ii. 51

Sabb.4TH, the Christian, i. 127
Sabbatarian controversy, i. 143
Sabellianism, i. 218, ii. 129, 141
Sadducees and Pharisees (Whately's

epithet for High and Low Church),

i. no
Saints, intercession of the, ii. 267

333
Sale, Mr. (Magdalen Coll.), i. 482
Salerno, i. 355, 357, 358, 369
Sanderson, Bishop, i. 145
Sappho's Leap, i. 319
Sargent, Mrs., ii. 21
' Saturday Review ' : on Newman's

Sermons, ii. 495
Saunders, Mr., i. 184
Saurinians (Evangelicals), ii. 1%, 62
Scala di Partenico, i. 349
Scenery, Italian, i. 349, 356, 383 sg.,

3S6, 396, 397, 414
Scepticism, ii. 434
Schismatics, ii. 28S
Sciarra Palace, the (Rome), i. 379
Scott, Mr. (Balliol Coll.), ii. 8

— Rev. Mr. (Hoxton), ii. 396, 436

— Sir W., i. 18, 52, ii. 202

— Thomas, i. 122, 205
Scott's 'Force of Truth,' i. 122
Scripture, interpretation of, ii. 128

132
Scylla, i. 345
Seager, Rev. Mr., ii. 257
Sea-sickness, i. 2S7 55., 306
Sects, religious, i. 336
Seeley, Mr., ii. ^51



Index



511



Segesta (Egesta), i. 341, 344. 348 sg.,

365. 391

Select Preacher (University), i. 147,
22S, 253

Selinunti (Sicily), i. 408

Selwyn, Mr., ii. 359

Sermons, Newman's, i. 13, 14, iSo,
23s, 244 (style of writing), 249,
ii. 9, 14, 40, 71, 75 n., 79, 83, 84,
112, 132, 139, 155, 176, 225, 278 n.,
322, 352, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410,
411, (Newman's last at Littlemore)

424. 495

Sewell, Kev. W., ii. 72, 92, 261, 333.
— Letters to Newman, ii. 71, 98

Shairp, Professor : on Newman's
delivery, ii. 255 n. ; description of
Newman, 312; 'St. Mary's with-
out Newman,' 424 n. ; Newman's
influence on Oxford society, 494

Sheepshanks, Archdeacon, i. 476,
492

Short, Eev. Thomas (Newman's
tutor at Trin. Coll.), i. 29 sgj.,
62 S22., 70, 220, ii. 163

Shotover, i. 222

Shuttleworth, Mr., ii. 261

Sibthorpe, Rev. Mr., i. 217, ii. 370,
405 .S2.

Sicily, i. 344, 345, (state of towns and
people) 352, (state of the Church)
353, 364, 405 sjg., (account of
Ne\vman's illness there) 413 sgg.,

454

Sikes, Rev. Mr. (Guilsborough) : pre-
diction on the Catholic Movement,
ii. 483

Simcox, Rev. Mr., i. 102

Sisters of Mercy (Anglican), ii. 29S,

315
Small, Mrs. (Littlemore), ii. 55
Smedley, Rev. E., i. 102, 129.—

Letters to Newman, i. 185, 186
Smitli, Mr. Bernard, ii. 406
Snapdragon, Newman's verses on, i.

1 68
Snow, Mr., i. 463
Socialists, ii. 300
Socinians, i. 205, 447, ii. no, 141,

377
Socrates, i. 213, 231
Sodor and Man, Bishopric of, ii. 1S9,

227, 245
Sorrento, i. 384

Southey, Mr., i. 477, ii. 21S, 224
' Spanish bread ' (Neapolitan cake),

i-373



S.P.C.K., ii. 42, 86, 90

Spencer, Rev. Mr. (R.C.), i. 360, ii.

295, 299
Speronaro (Mediterranean boat), i.

400
Spiridion, St. (Corfu), i. 324, 325
Spring Rice, Mr., ii. 52
Spry, Rev. Dr., i. 473, 474, 475, 477,

4S4, ii. 97, 262.— Letter to New-
man, ii. 214
Spy Club, the, i. 20
' Spy,' the (periodical written by

Newman in his youth), i. 19
St. Alban Hall, i. 147, 169, 251
St. Benet Fink, i. 26, 113
St. Clement's Church (Oxford), New-
man's first curacy, i. 84, 93, 112,

267, ii. 54
St. John Lateran (Rome), i. 359,

364
St. Mary's, Oxford (Newman's

Vicarage), i. 147, 153, 169, 179.

213, 267, ii. 254, 291, 302, 319,

372, 385, 388, 409. 418, 422,

(Newman's resignation), 423
St. Peter's (Rome), i. 355, 359, 360,

364, 376, 381
' Standard,' the, i. 435, ii. 153, 333,

36s
Stanley, Rev. E. (afterwards Bishop

of Norwich), ii. 99, 134, 141, 148,

152, 236
Statutes (Univ. Oxford) : proposed

revision (1837), ii. 23S, 247, 248
Stephen, Mr. (afterwards Sir James),

»• 155
Stephens, Ai'chdeacon, i. 492
Stephenson, Rev. J. A. : letter to

Newman, i. 494
Sterling, Mr., ii. 114, 12S, 132
Stevens, Mr., i. 463
Stodart, Sir John (Chief Justice,

Malta), i. 333
Subscription (Oxford) : proposed

abolition (1S34), ii. 72, 78, 98,

144
, SulTragan Bishops, ii. 86, 90, 94, 95,

96,97, 98, 191, 317. 4S5
Sumner, Bishop Charles (Win-
chester), i. 479, 4S2, ii. 12, 17S,

350, 374
— Bishop J. B. (Chester), i. 1S9, ii.

12
Sumner's ' Apostolical Preaching,' i.

120; 'Records of Creation, i. iii
Sjnnons, Rev. Dr., ii. 437
Syracuse, i. 397 sgg.



512



John Henry Newman



Tait, Eev. Mr., ii. 329, 330

Taormini (Taurominium), i. 345,
397. 402, 408

Tartarus, Lake, i. 379

Taylor, Mr. ii. 294

Taylor's ' Holy Living,' i. 282

Tenez, Capo, i. 304

Terracina (Anxur), i. 384

Terrington, Mr., ii. 10

Thackeray, W. M., ii. 478

Theological Society (Newman's), ii.
149, 150, 177, 179

Thomas, Mr. Vaughan, ii. 247, 255

Thornton, Mr., ii. 8

Thresher, Mr. F. E. : letter to New-
man, i. 74

Tierney, Sir M. (physician), i. 170

Tillemont, i. 451

' Times,' the, i. 222, 442, ii. 63, 327,
328

Tithes, i. 495 sg.

Titian, i. 380

Tivoli, i. 379

Todd, Mr. (Dublin), ii. 276, 294,

333

Tomlinson, Mr., 1. 72

Tompson, Mr., i. 72

Torres Vedras, i. 291

' Tracts for the Times,' i. 414. 432,
459, 463, 472, 474, 476, 477> 479.
482, 483, 484, 485, 488, ii. 2, 6, 8,
19, 22, 23, 24, 43, 44, 57, 75, 82,
109, 119, 120, 121, 133, 134, 135,
137, 138, 142, 143, 150, 159, 183,
227, 257 sgg., 260, 268, 272, 278,
279, 283

Tract No. 90, ii. 149, 325 sgg., 329,
(condemned by the Hebdomadal
Board) 331, 335. 336, 385, 386,
444 TO., (proposed censure by Con-
vocation) 453, (Newman's acknow-
ledgement of the authorship) 490

Tradition, the Catholic doctrine of,
i. I2i,ii. 156, 176, (Keble's sermon
on) 209, 215, 246, 252, 261

Transubstantiation, i. 485, ii. 8, 31,
82, 164, 210

Travertino (stone), i. 379

Trench, Rev. R. C. (afterwards Arch-
bishop of Dublin), ii. 128.— Letter
to Newman, ii. 116

Trideatine decrees, ii. 410

Trower, Rev. A. J., i. 452, 484-—
Letter to Newman, i. 446

Tuam, Archbishop of (1839), ii. 276

Tucker, Mr., ii. 75

Turks, the, i. 313. 3i6



Turrill, Mr. (publisher) : letter to

Newman, i. 459
Tutors, College, i. 148 sg*/-. iS4 sgjv

191, ii. 48, 143
Tyler, Eev. Mr. (Dean of Oriel Coll.),

i. 69, 70, 84, 105, 139, 479, ii. 9,

48, 90, 163, 256

Ulcombe (Mr. Rickards's living), i.
135. 137, 138. 166, 171

Ulysses, Tower of, i. 318

' Undergraduate,' the (periodical pro-
duced by Newman and J. W. Bow-
den), i. 40

Unitarianism, ii. 129

Usher, Archbishop, i. 134

Utilitarians, i. 205

Van Mildeet, Bishop (Durham), ii.

25
Vaughan, Mr., ii. 74
Vestments, ii. 218, 220, 230, 355
Vesuvius, i. 354, 356, 385
' Via Media of the Anglican Church,

i. 225 «., ii. 61, 71, 94, 141, 339
Victoria, Queen, ii. 15
'Village Sermons,' Keble's, ii. 211
Vincent of Lerins, ii. 107, 124
Virgin, the : Greek over -honouring,

i-337
Visitation Sermon, Keble's, ii. 213,

216
Voigt's 'Hildebrand,' ii. 16
Vows, ii. 310

Walkek, Bishop (Edinburgh), ii. 25
Walter Scott Testimonial, the, ii. 401
Warburton's 'Alliance of Church

and State,' ii. 26
Ward, Mr., i. 72, 101, ii. 191, 282,

295, 296, 329, 351, 398, (the

'Ideal') 434,436, (condemnation

of the ' Ideal ') 553
Watson, Archdeacon, i. 469

— Mr. .Joshua, i. 482, ii. 43, 97, 115,
54, 183, 202. — .Letter to Ne\vman,
ii. 95

— Rev. John, ii. 320

' Week-day Lecture,' Newman's, i.

485, ii. 31, 41
Weekly communion, ii. 227, 231
Weekly soirees, Newman's, ii. 224,

224 «., 248
Wellington, Duke of (Chancellor of

Oxford), i. 200, 202, 208, 382, ii.

13, 22, 25, 27, 29, 78, 112, 144, 151,

227, 299, 366



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Welsh Bishoprics Bill, ii. 112
Wesley, Southey's Life of, ii. 224
Westminster Abbey, music-meeting

in, ii. 38, 53
' Westminster Review,' i. 205
Whately, Kev. Dr. (afterwards Arch-
bishop of Dublin), i. 74, 75,94, 95,
102,104555., 114, 141, 163, 185,
187, 203, 21S, 219, 247, 249, 250,

251-271, 442, 449. 453. 490. 494.
ii. 48, 141, 161, 162 ?;., 163, 266,
169. — Letters to Newman, i. 100,
ii. 68

Whewell, Dr., ii. 36, 84

Wliigs, i. 372

Whitaker, Dr., i. 75

Whitehall preachership, i. 1S8, 286

White, Kev. Blanco, i. 131, 146, 163,
168, 193, 201, 206, 210, 219, ii. 98,
122, 129, 141, 159, 165. — Letters to
Newman, i. 187, 192, 194, 196,271

Whitfield, George, ii. 224

Wilberforce, Mr. William, i. 169, 173,
236, 358, 372. — Letter to Newman,
i. 240

— Mrs. William, i. 168

— Rev. H. W., i. 187, 210, 236, 240,
261, 270. 283, ii. 20, 48, 106, 209,
245, 286. 323, 423

— Letters to Newman, i. 166, 214,
267, 412, 477, ii. 18, 42, 58, 98, 207,
215

— Rev. R. L (afterwards Archdeacon),
i. 131, 153, 156, 159, 166, 168,173,
184 n., 189, 190, 212, 228, 232, 253,
ii. 160, 205, 323. — Letters to New-
man, i. 189, 191, 221, ii. 180

— Rev. S. (afterwards Bishop of Ox-
ford), i. 168, 210, 214, 477, 492, ii.
205, 226, 289, 331.— Letter to New-
man, ii. 204

Wilkes, Mr., ii. 62, 223, 227
Williams, Mr. R., ii. 143, 271,347.
—Letter to Newman, ii. 191

— Rev. Isaac, i. 154, 177, 328, 456,
464, ii. 7, 35, 75, 87, 196, 237.



Z. Y. X.

(• The Cathedral ') 252, (Tract on
' Reserve ') ib., 271, 354, 357, 366,
367,37071., 383, 3S4.— Letters to
Newman, i. 271, 411,460, ii. 53,
84
Wilson, Bishop : his JournalSi ii. 80,

293

- Rev. Mr. (St. John's Coll.), ii
330

-Rev. R. F., i. 35, 222,268,270,
487, ii. 39, 106, 147, 164. — Letters
to Newman, ii. 51, 92, 124, 137,
139. 145. 149. 188, 203, 206, 489

— Rev. W. (Walthamstow) : letter to
Newman, i. 460

Wilson-Evans, Mr., i. 469

Wiseman, Rev. Dr., i. 385, 42S, ii. 40,
118, 121, 127, 131, 1S3, 199, 218,
243, 286, 288, 294, 298, 318, 324,
345, 397. — Letter to Newman, ii.

115
Wolstan, St., the Life of, ii. 435
Wood, Mr. S. F., i. 260, 268, 270, ii.

164, 167,243,266,271, 296, (death)

412,413. — Letters to Newman, i.

461, ii. 71, 175, 189, 209, 214, 2i8

- Mr. (Unitarian), ii. 52

— Sir Charles, ii. 228
Woodford, Sir Alexander, i. 322, 326
Woodgate, Rev. H. A., i. 106, 177,

210, 223, ii. 106, 230, 252. — Letter

to Newman, i. 224
Wootton, Dr., ii. 23
Wordsworth. Rev. Dr. (Master of

Trinity, 1835), ii. 91
Wynter, Rev. Dr., ii. 437

YoiNc, Rev. Peter, ii. 359, 374, 380,
492

' Z's,' the (' Establishment men '), i.

478, 484, ii. 7. 36
Zante, i. 31435., 31S, 331
Zavellas (Patras), i. 367, 368
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