Correspondence of Cardinal John Henry Newman, 1834-1889

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This collection comprises several letters of John Henry Newman, founder of the Catholic University of Ireland, of which University College Dublin is the successor.

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Letter from John Henry Newman (Oriel College) to Dr. Richard Whately, commenting on and enclosing notes on a review on 'Dr. Whateley's Logic', in the Edinburgh Review of April 1833 . ✔

Letter from John Henry Newman (Oriel College) to Dr. Richard Whately, commenting on and enclosing notes on a review on 'Dr. Whateley's Logic', in the Edinburgh Review of April 1833 . ✔

Letter from John Henry Newman (Oriel College) to Dr. Richard Whately, commenting on and enclosing notes on a review on "Dr. Whateley's Logic", in the Edinburgh Review of April 1833. The review, "Recent Publications on Logical Science," commences on p. 194; digital facsimile in Hathi Trust...

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Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory, Birmingham) to Dr. Thomas Hayden, concerning a proposed medical lodging house.

Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory, Birmingham) to Dr. Thomas Hayden, concerning a proposed medical lodging house.

Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory, Birmingham) to Dr. Thomas Hayden, concerning a proposed medical lodging house. Written: The Oratory, Birmingham, England ; 15 June 1859

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Note by John Henry Newman (Birmingham), authorising Professor Butler, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, to enter the names of students in the matriculation book [of the Catholic] University]. ✔

Note by John Henry Newman (Birmingham), authorising Professor Butler, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, to enter the names of students in the matriculation book [of the Catholic] University]. ✔

Note by John Henry Newman (Birmingham), authorising Professor Butler, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, to enter the names of students in the matriculation book [of the Catholic] University]. Written: Birmingham, England ; 6 July 1858

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Copy letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory, Birmingham) to the 'Deans, professors & other officers' [of the Catholic University], discussing the conflict between his Rectorship and his headship of the Oratory, and proposing his resignation as Rector

Copy letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory, Birmingham) to the 'Deans, professors & other officers' [of the Catholic University], discussing the conflict between his Rectorship and his headship of the Oratory, and proposing his resignation as Rector

Copy letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory, Birmingham) to the 'Deans, professors & other officers' [of the Catholic University], discussing the conflict between his Rectorship and his headship of the Oratory, and proposing his resignation as Rector. Written: The Oratory, Birmingham,...

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Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory) to Dr. Woodlock, thanking him for his correspondence and asking him to provide spiritual care to Mrs. Maghew in Dublin.

Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory) to Dr. Woodlock, thanking him for his correspondence and asking him to provide spiritual care to Mrs. Maghew in Dublin.

Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory) to Dr. Woodlock, thanking him for his correspondence and asking him to provide spiritual care to Mrs. Maghew in Dublin. Written: The Oratory, Birmingham, England ; 12 September 1869

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Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory) to Dr. Woodlock, referring to 'Dr. Lyons's able address'. ✔

Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory) to Dr. Woodlock, referring to 'Dr. Lyons's able address'. ✔

Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory) to Dr. Woodlock, referring to "Dr. Lyons's able address." Composed at The Oratory, Birmingham, England, 16 November 1872.

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Note from John Henry Newman to an unnamed recipient, apologising for his inability to answer letters, due to old age. ✔

Note from John Henry Newman to an unnamed recipient, apologising for his inability to answer letters, due to old age. ✔

Note from John Henry Newman to an unnamed recipient, apologising for his inability to answer letters, due to old age. Composed 16 July 1889.

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