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. 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.] Metadata: title: [Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory, Birmingham) to Dr. Thomas Hayden, concerning a proposed medical lodging house.] published: The Oratory,...

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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].] Metadata: title: [Note by John Henry Newman (Birmingham), authorising Professor Butler,...

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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.] Metadata: title: [Copy...

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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.] Metadata: title: [Letter from John Henry Newman (The Oratory) to Dr. Woodlock, thanking him for his correspondence and asking...

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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." 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. Composed 16 July 1889.

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