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John Henry Newman (1801–1890)

Newman, John Henry. An English theologian; born in London, Feb. 21, 1801; died in Birmingham, Aug. 11, 1890. His writings include: ‘St. Bartholomew’s Eve’ (1821), a poetic tale; ‘Suggestions on Behalf of the Church Missionary Society’ (1830); ‘The Arians of the Fourth Century’ (1833); ‘Five Letters on Church Reform’ (1833); ‘Tracts for the Times’ (1834–41); ‘Lyra Apostolica’ (Verses on Various Occasions: 1834); ‘Lectures on the Prophetical Office’ (1837); ‘Plain and Parochial Sermons’ (1837–42); ‘Lectures on Justification’ (1838); ‘Sermons before the University of Oxford’ (1843); ‘Select Treatise of St. Athanasius’ (1842–44); ‘Loss and Gain’ (1848), a novel; ‘Verses on Religious Subjects’ (1853); ‘Hymns for the Use of the Birmingham Oratory’ (1854); ‘Callista’ (1856), a novel; ‘Apologia pro Vita Sua’ (1864); ‘Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent’ (1870); ‘The Via Media of the Anglican Church’ (1877). A new and uniform edition of the ‘Works’ appeared in 36 vols., 1868–81. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).