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Thomas Arnold (1823–1900)

Arnold, Thomas. An English writer on literature and editor of old texts, son of Dr. Arnold of Rugby and brother of Matthew Arnold; born at Laleham, Nov. 30, 1823; died at Dublin, Nov. 12, 1900. He became a Roman Catholic, and spent a number of years in New Zealand and Tasmania. Among his works are: ‘A Manual of English Literature’; ‘Select English Works of Wyclif’ (3 vols., 1869); ‘Selections from the Spectator’; ‘Beowulf’ (text, translation, and notes); ‘Henry of Huntingdon’; ‘Symeon of Durham’; ‘Chronicles of the Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds.’