The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, D. D., Late Head-master of Rugby School, and Reguis Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford

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D. Appleton, 1846 - 490 páginas
 

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CHAPTER v
156
To the Parent of a pupil holding Unitarian opinions
162
To F Hartwell Esq Interest in school
168
CHAPTER VI
174
To the Bishop of Norwich Difficulties in London University Respect
177
To Susannah Arnold Public affairs Duty of the Clergy State of the lower
179
To Rev F C Blackstone Want of leisure Defects in existing books
181
To Susannah Arnold Liberal Conservatives
185
To Rey J C Hare Philological Museum Religion and rollrik
191
To J Ward Esq Domestic Life Intercourse with poor Useful Know
197
To Mr Justice Coleridge South of France Spanish manners Coleridges
207
To the Archbishop of Dublin Calumnies
217
To Jacob Abbott Interest in America Young Christian Unitarianism
225
To the Archbishop of Dublin Origin of Civilization Influence of Greek
245
To Rev Dr Hawkins Bampton Lectures Episcopacy Internal eviden
248
To H Hatch Esq Consumption
252
To Mr Justice Coleridge Separation from friends
253
To Mr Justice Coleridge Acceptance of a Fellowship in the London Uni
265
To J C Vaughan Esq Congratulations on success at Cambridge
271
To A P Stanley Esq Fanaticism Oxford Tracts
280
To Rev Dr Hawkins Marriage Act
282
To W Empson Esq Professorship Tour to Spain Guelph and Ghibelin
285
To W W Hull Esq Coleridges Literary Remains
288
To J C Platt Esq Church rates Impartiality in religious matters
294
To Sir S T Pasley Bart Oxford Abbotts Way to do Good Duke
301
To Rev T Penrose Peace Contrast of parish and school
307
To A H Clough Esq Oxford Scenery
313
To an old Pupil D Oxford theology
316
T T F Ellis Esq Advice for visiting Rome
322
To Rev J Hearn Rest of parish contrasted with anxiety of school Bun
330
To J P Gell Esq Appointment to College in Van Diemens Land
336
To Sir T S Pasley Toulon Popes Palace at Avignon Pony British Association at Birmingham
340
To J L Hoskyns Esq Reading for ordination
344
To T Burbidge Esq
347
To Chevalier Bunsen On the doctrine of the Eucharist
348
To H Balston Esq Liveliness necessary for a schoolmaster
349
To an old Pupil D Ordination Difficulties in subscription Deacons
350
On Church Endowments
351
To Rev J Hearn Westmoreland Aurora Borealis Taylors Ancient Christianity Early Church
353
To Thomas Carlyle Esq State of the poor
354
To J Marshall Esq Englishmans Register Political creed Economists Kings supremacy Christian Church Dissent Historical Reforms Aristocracy Politi...
355
To Sir T S Pasley Bart Difficulties of Scripture Colonization Daniel
357
To Archdeacon Hare NiebuhrColeridge Tbirlwalls Greece
358
To Mr Justice Coleridge Formation of his opinions Prophecy
359
To J P Gell Esq Van Diemens Land Sacred names 307
368
To Rev Herbert Hill Importance of Mathematics
369
To Chevalier Bunsen Rugby Life Second Volume of Roman History Subscription Deacons State services
370
To the same On the accession of the King of Prussia Refusal of the Wardenship of Manchester
371
To an old Pupil B Danger of Oxford Society Tour in Italy
372
To the Rev H Balston Consumption Responsibility of school
373
To Chevalier Bunsen Russia War Fox How Want of leisure
374
To W S Karr Esq Sanscrit Football matches
377
To an old Pupil G Ordination
383
To J P Gell Esq Van Diemens Land Rugby Life Public affairs
389
To Rev J Hearn Fever at Rugby Return of Mr Tucker
397
To Sir T S Pasley Bart Bishoprick of Jerusalem Christian ministry
404
controversy Lamennais
405
To an old Pupil D Roman Catholics and Oxford School
406
To Mr Justice Coleridge Oxford School Bishop Selwyn
407
To Rev Dr Hawkins Influence of Jews Church and State
408
To Rev F C Blackstone Professorship
414
To Rev R Thorpe Oxford School
415
To Rev Dr Hawkins Offer to resign the Professorship
416
To Mr Justice Coleridge Intentions for the Professorship
417
To Rev H Hill Stay in Oxford
418
To Mr Justice Coleridge Stay in Oxford
419
To Chevalier Bunsen Basque language Carthagena
420
To Rev Dr Hawkins Terminal lecture Carlyles visit
421
Last days Diary Occupations Farewell sermon Last evening Death Conclusion
422
APPENDIX A Prayers written for various occasions at Rugby School
438
Travelling Journals
446
Contrast of English and Italian peasantry
448
TOUR TO ROME THROUGH FRANCE AND ITALY 1 Prayers for Kings
449
View from the Capitol Arch of Titus
450
Monte Mario
451
Evils of residence abroad
452
VIII
465
Plain of Crau
472
Pompeii
476
France
482
To the same On the same
488
Swiss nation
489
The names of his former Rugby pupils where not otherwise specified are marked with an
1
To Rev F C Blackstone Incapacity for the profession of a Schoolmaster
3
To J T Coleridge Esq On his style
9
Ireland 63
2
Appii Forum
8
To J T Coleridge Christian year Roman History
11

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