Charles Stephen Dessain and Thomas Gornall, S.J. (eds), The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman, Vol. 31: The Last Years: January 1885 to August 1890

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pg S109Index of Persons in the Supplement

Achilli (xiv), Giovanni Giacinto, 23*, 25*–6*, 30*, 35*, 46*.
Aquerone (xi), Louis, 5*.
Acton (xxi), Sir John Dalberg, created first Baron Acton in 1869 (1834–1902), 75*.
Allen, Mr, 8*.
Allies (xi), Thomas William (1813–1903), 10*, 31*, 48*, 52*.
Amherst (xi), Francis Kerril, Bishop of Northampton (1819–83), 94*.
Antonelli (xxiv), Giacomo (1806–76), 74*.
Arnold (xvi), Thomas (1823–1900), 58*–9*, 64*, 75*.
Aylward, James Ambrose Dominic (1813–72), became a Dominican and was ordained priest in 1836. He was Provincial in 1850 and 1866, and was the first Prior of Woodchester, 1854. Author and translator chiefly of Dominican works. (Boase, iv, 213), 37*, 39*.
Badeley (xi), Edward Lowth (1803–68), 5*.
Barberi (xi), Dominic (1792–1849), 5*.
Benson, Christopher, 89*.
Betteris (xiii), Mr, 22*.
Bittleston (xiii), Henry (1818–86), 83*.
Bowden (xxi), John Edward (1829–74), 22*.
Bowles (xi), Frederick Sellwood (1818–1900), 12*.
Bowyer (xxi), Sir George (1811–83), 74*, 93*.
Brown (xxii), Thomas Joseph (1798–1880), 96*.
Bulteel (xxiii), Henry Bellenden, 16*.
Burns and Lambert, Messrs, 43*, 56*.
Canning (xiv), Mr, 27*.
Capes (xi), John Moore (1812–89), 11*, 31*.
Caswall (xii), Edward (1814–78), 11*, 24*.
Child, Edward, 77*.
Clifford (xxii), William Joseph Hugh (1823–93), 98*.
Cobb (xii), William (1804–77), 12*.
Coleridge (xi), Sir John Taylor (1790–1876), 86*.
Combe (xxii), Mr and Mrs Thomas, 81*–2*.
Coombes, William Henry (Gillow, i, 558), 18*.
Cooper (xv), Peter, 26*.
Copeland (xi), William John (1804–85), 8*.
Costa (xi), Giovanni (1813–89), 20*, 22*.
Cullen (xii), Paul (1803–78), 26*, 41*, 98*.
Dalgairns (xi), John Dobrée (1818–76), 4*–5*.
Darnell (xii), Nicholas (1817–92), 24*, 64*.
Daunt (xxi), W. J. O'Neill (1807–94), 99*.
Davison (xiii), John (DNB, V, 627), 87*.
Dean (xxi), Edward,
Dodsworth (xi), William (1798–1861), 24*.
Döllinger (xi), Johann Joseph Ignaz von (1799–1890), 70*.
Dolman (xii), Charles (1807–63), 28*.
Dominic, Fr, see Barberi.
Donnet, Canon, 85*.
Dmowski, Joseph Aloysius (1799–1879), from Volhynia, Professor of Philosophy in the Roman College, author of Institutiones Philosophicae, Rome 1840, in which he opposed Rosmini, 70*.
Dudley, Lord, 87*.
Ellacombe (xxii), Henry Thomas (1790–1885), 51*.
Emly, Lord, see Monsell.
Estcourt (xi), Edgar Edmund (1816–84), 84*.
Evans (xvii), George Fabian (1810?-73), 57*.
Faber (xi), Frederick William (1814–63), 3*, 4*, 11*, 18*
Faduilhe, Alfred, curate at St Peter's Woolwich 1861–4, 78*.
Fancourt, Miss, 16*.
Flanagan (xii), John Stanislas (1821–1905), 70*.
Forster (xxvii), Charles John Pratt, 83*.
French (xiv) Miss Elinor, 57–8*.
Froude (xi), Richard Hurrell (1803–36), 87*,
Fullerton (xii), Alexander (1808–1907), 18*, 38*, 53*–4*.
Fullerton (xi), Lady Georgiana (1812–85), 19*, 32*, 38* 53*–4*, 61*, 77*.
Furlong, Moses, born in Liverpool of Irish parents, became a Benedictine novice at Ampleforth, but left to join the staff of the College at Prior Park. In 1838, at the age of thirty, he was the first Englishman to join the Rosminians. He accompanied Luigi Gentili on his missions and was a fine preacher. He was with Gentili when he died in Dublin in 1848, and worked for the next twelve years in England, 47*.
pg S110Gallwey (xxi), Peter (1820–1906), 79*.
Gaume (xiv), Jean Joseph (1802–79), 25*, 28*.
Gondon (xi), Jules (1812–73?), 35*–6*.
Gordon (xxv), (John) Joseph (1811–53), 24*, 35*.
Gordon (xii), William Philip (1827–1900), 12*.
Grant-Duff (xvii), Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone (1829–1906), 60*.
Green, Vernon Thomas (1833–96), at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was a Scholar, took Orders in 1857 and was Vicar of Little-more from 1872 until death, 94*.
Griffiths (xi), Thomas (1791–1847), 7*.
Gueronnière, Vicomte de la, 74*.
Haigh (xii), Daniel Henry (1819–77), 11*.
Hallam, Henry (1777–1859) (DNB, viii, 980), 24*.
Hardman (xii), John (1812–67), 27*.
Haydon (xviii), Frank Scott, 63*, 65*–8*.
Hedley (xxviii), John Cuthbert (1837–1915), 95*–6*, 98*.
Holmes, William Sancroft (1815–49), 3*.
Hope and Co., Messrs, 53*.
Howley (xxiv), William (1766–1848), 87*.
Husenbeth (xi), Frederick Charles (1796–1872), 3*, 10* 34*, 61*–2*.
Jager (xi), Abbé Jean-Nicholas, 4*.
Jesse, A. H. H., 75*.
Jones, Mrs, 10*.
Kane (xvii), Denis (1822–83), 98*.
Keble (xi), John (1792–1866), 39*, 86*–8*, 101*.
Kennedy (xxv), Patrick, 91*.
Kenworthy-Browne, William, 97*.
Kerr, Lord Ralph (xxiii) and Lord John, 99*.
Laing, Samuel (DNB, xi, 404), 79*.
Lamb (xxiv), Joseph John Talbot (1857–81), 85*, 96*
Lamb (xxv), Richard Westbrook (1826–95), 84*–5*, 96*.
Lambert (xii), John (1815–92), 24*, 30*.
Lawlor, Denis Shyne (1808–87), at Oscott College 1825–8, sheriff of Kerry 1840, writer and poet. He married Isabella Huddleston of Sawston Hall, Cambridge, who died in 1867, and his only daughter married Daniel O'Connell, grandson and heir of 'the Liberator'. (Boase, vi, 15), 89*.
Lewin (xiv), Spencer Robert, 27*.
Lewis (xi), David (1814–95), 17*.
Liberatore (xxiv), Matteo (1810–92), 70*.
Lloyd (xi), Howel William (1816–93), 6*–7*.
Lockhart (xi), Martha (1798?-1872), 11*.
Lockhart (xi), William (1819–92), 11*, 47*.
Lothian (xiv), Marchioness of, Cecil Chet-wynd Talbot (1808–77), 93*, 99*.
Lowe, Thomas Hill (1781–1861) (Boase, 11, 514), 23*.
McCarthy (xvi), Denis Florence (1817–82), 49*, 52*, 59*.
MacHale (xii), John (1791–1881), 50*.
Macmillan, Alexander, 81*.
Maret (xviii), Henri Louis Charles (1805–84), 56*, 88*.
Marriott (xi), Charles (1811–58), 69*.
Marshall (xi), Thomas William (1818–77), 11*.
Milward (xxiii), Richard Harding (1838–1903), 85*.
Mills (xi), Henry Austin (1823–1903), 31*.
Monsell (xii), William (1812–94), 34*, 57*, 97*–8*, 99*.
Monteith (xi), Robert (1812–84), 68*.
Morris (xi), J. B., 5*, 69*.
Moulinet, Abbé, 19*.
Mozley (xxvi), Francis Woodgate (1846–1923), 9*, 83*.
Mozley (xii), John (1805–72), 8*–9*.
Mozley (xi), Mrs John, Jemima Newman (1808–79) 8*–10*, 12*.
Mozley (xxi), John Rickards (1840–1931), 9*.
Murphy, M. J., Professor of Theology at Carlow College, who preached a panegyric on Denis Kane, 98*.
Neville (xiv), William Paine (1824–1905), 89*, 99*.
Newman (xi), Elizabeth Good (1765–1852), 9*.
Newman (xxi), Francis William (1805–97), 82*.
Newman, John Henry
Biographical, 3*–5*, 8*–9*, 20*, 56*, 63*, 87*–8*, 94*–5*.
Catholic Church, 3*–4*, 63*–6*, 78*, 80*, 90*;
the early Church, 32*–3*.
Church of England, 4*, 8*–9*, 11*, 16*–17*, 63*–4*, 78*, 86*.
Oratory, 12*, 13*, 21*, 38*–9*, 42*, 76*, 93*, 98*.
Oratory School, 64*, 84*–5*, 92*, 97*.
Catholic University, 26*–7*, 40*–52*, 55*–6*, 59*–60*, 62*, 69*–70*.
Translation of Scripture, 19*, 61*–2*, 68*, 98*.
The Blessed Virgin, 15*, 101*.
Spiritual counsel and condolence, 14*–16*, 20*, 51*, 53*–4*, 76*, 85*, 96*–7*.
Religious certainty, 63*–8*, 70*–1*;
faith and reason, 14* miracles, 16*, 20*–2*;
predestination, 75*.
Education, 24*–5*, 34*;
the Rambler, 70*–1*;
wars, 71*–5*;
state of Oxford, 83*–4*;
'Murphy riots', 84*;
employment of converts, 11*;
parish work, 91*.
Gregorian chant, 30*;
Beethoven and Mozart, 30*.
Apo., 31*.
Ari., 66*.
Call., 56*.
Dev., 9*, 33*.
Diff., 79*, 83*, 89*, 93*–4*.
G.A., 91*.
pg S111Idea., 30*, 34*–5*.
L.G., 37*, 83*.
Lyra Apostolica, 39*.
Tract XC, 53*.
U.S., 67*.
Verses on Religious Subjects, 39*.
V.M., 39*.
Norfolk (xxi), Duchess of (1820–86), 57*–8*.
Norris (xxii), John 95*.
Northcote (xi), J. Spencer (1821–1907), 11*, 20*, 22*, 29*, 31–2*, 40*, 92*.
Nourrisson, Jean Félix, 35*–6*.
Oakeley (xxi), Frederick (1802–80), 48*.
Oliver (xviii), George (1781–1861), 23*.
Ornsby (xii), Robert (1820–89), 41*.
O'Sullivan (xiii), Michael (1823–92), 42*.
Pagani (xi), Giovanni Battista (1805–60), 39*, 46*–7*, 54*, 60*.
Paget (xi), Sir James (1814–99), 82*.
Paley (xi), Frederick Apthorp (1815–88), 45*.
Palma (xii), Monsignor G. B. (1791–1848), 13*.
Parker, James, 81*.
Parker (xxv), John Henry (1806–84), 55*, 81*, 89*.
Parsons, John, 8*.
Penny (xi), William Goodenough (1815–84), 5*
Pickering (xxiv), Basil Montagu (1835–78), 94*.
Pius ix, 71*, 74*–5*.
Polding (xii), John Bede (1794–1877), 11*.
Pollen (xvi), John Hungerford (1820–1902), 55*
Poole (xxi), Maria Spencer Ruscombe, Sr Imelda (1815–81), 31*.
Pusey (xi), Edward Bouverie (1800–82), 16*, 32*, 51*.
Richardson (xii), Thomas (1797–1875), 25*.
Rivington, Mr, 55*.
Roothaan, John Philip (1785–1853), General of the Jesuits from 1830, 13*.
Rose, Hugh James (1795–1838), (DNB, xvii, 240), 97*.
Rosmini-Serbati (xi), Antonio (1797–1855), 54*.
Rossi (xii), Carlo (1802–83), 20*.
Russell (xvii), Bartholomew (1799–1890), 23*.
Russell (xi), Charles William, D. D. (1812–80), 23*.
St John (xi), Ambrose (1815–75), 5*, 7*, 11*, 22*, 27*, 29*, 92*, 94*, 97*–8*.
Scratton (xiii), Thomas (1821–95), 59*.
Seager (xi), Charles, 11*.
Sherlock, John (1811–99), from County Meath, ordained in 1849, and was the priest at Bilston whom Newman relieved during the cholera epidemic of that year. He founded the parish of St Michael's, Moor Street, Birmingham, where he remained until his retirement in 1888. During the 'Murphy riots' in 1867 he did great service in restoring law and order, 95*
Shrewsbury (xv), Bertram Talbot, seventeenth Earl of, 57*.
Simpson (xi), Richard (1820–76), 11*.
Spencer (xi), George (1799–1864), 5*.
Star (xvi), George W. B., 76*.
Stephen (xv), Sir James (1789–1859), 36*.
Stephen (xxi), James Fitzjames (1829–94), 60*.
Stewart (xv), James (1816 or 17–91?), 40*–1* 46*–7*, 69*.
Suffield (xxi), Robert Rodolph (1821–91), 90*.
Swanwick (xxii), Anna (1813–99), 82*.
Talbot (xi), George (1816–86), 5*.
Thompson (xi), Edward Healy (1813?-91), 6*, 7*, 10*, 28*, 35*, 40*–1*, 43*–6*, 48*–50*, 52*, 55*, 60*, 64*.
Thompson, Mrs Edward Healy, 41*, 44*, 52*, 55*.
Thomson, Mr, 8*.
Tombs (xi), Mrs Sarah, 22*.
Trenow, Frederick William (1818–90), at St John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1840, then curate of Bartley Green, near Birmingham, became a Catholic in 1850, and later a Dominican, 76*–7*, 83*, 90*.
Trollope, Anthony (1815–82), 97*.
Tyndale, Mrs, 77*.
Vere (xxi), Aubrey de (1814–1902), 40*, 46*, 49*, 51*–2*, 62*.
Victoria, Lady, 58*.
Vincenzo, 27*.
Volkonski, Princess, 38*.
Waldron (xxi), Laurence (1811–75), 85*.
Walford (xi), John Berry, 6*, 7*.
Walford, J. T., 101*.
Walsh (xxi), Henry, 8*, 57*.
Ward (xii), Catherine (c. 1813–97), 14*.
Ward (xxi), Mrs F. R., 83*.
Ward (xxi), William George, 44*.
Waterton (xiv), Charles (DNB, xx, 906), 21*.
Watmough, William Jerome (1837–84), born at Waterloo, Lancs., became a monk of Ampleforth, 1856, ordained priest 1864. He worked on the mission, and was from 1869 until 1874 at St Augustine's, Howard Street, Liverpool, 91*.
Weld, Joseph (1777–1863) (Boase, iii, 1260), 30*.
White (xiv), Robert Augustine, O.P. (1806?-84), 26*–7*.
Wilberforce (xi), Henry William (1807–73), 37*, 41*
Wilberforce (xi), Robert Isaac (1802–57), 86*.
Williams (xi), Isaac (1802–65), 39*.
Wiseman (xi), Nicholas (1802–65), 5*–7*, 12*, 26*, 29*, 61*.
Wootten (xi), Frances, 57*, 85*.
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