Letters and Correspondence of Newman to 1845,
Volumes 1 and 2
Edited by Anne Mozley

Contents
Preface
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Contents

[The book contains no Table of Contents—NR.]

Volume 1. Page
Introduction      1.
Early Life    11.
Autobiographical Memoir—Chapter 1     23.
   Letters and Extracts Connecting Chapters 1 and 2     43.
Autobiographical Memoir—Chapter 2    53.
   Letters and Extracts Connecting Chapters 2 and 3    65.
Autobiographical Memoir—Chapter 3    91.
   Letters and Extracts Connecting Chapters 3 and 4  112.
Autobiographical Memoir—Chapter 4  129.
Letters and Correspondence, 1827-1829  141.
Letters and Correspondence, 1830-1832  191.
Letters and Correspondence, 1832—Mediterranean  240.
Letters and Correspondence, 1833—Rome  281.
Letters and Correspondence, 1833—Sicily  344.
Letters and Correspondence, 1833—Oxford Movement    379.
Letters and Correspondence, 1833  409.

Volume 2.
Letters and Correspondence, 1833      1.
Letters and Correspondence, 1834    13.
Letters and Correspondence, 1834    42.
Letters and Correspondence, 1835    72.
Letters and Correspondence, 1835    99.
Letters and Correspondence, 1836  133.
Letters and Correspondence, 1836  163.
Letters and Correspondence, 1837  197.
Letters and Correspondence, 1838  222.
Letters and Correspondence, 1839  247.
Letters and Correspondence, 1840  262.
Letters and Correspondence, 1841  288.
Letters and Correspondence, 1841  315.
Letters and Correspondence, 1842  340.
Letters and Correspondence, 1843  363.
Letters and Correspondence, 1844  385.
Letters and Correspondence, 1845  405.
Postscript  426.
Appendix  433.
Index  445.

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Preface

IN bringing out a second and cheaper edition of the 'Letters and Correspondence of J. H. Newman during his Life in the English Church,' it is hoped that Anglicans have regarded with affection a struggle of soul which was noble in its loyalty to an unseen guide, though in their opinion the end so loyally aimed at was misconceived.

The Apologia vindicated his character to the public; but the prose simplicity of fact is in some ways better given through letters which, when they were written, were never intended to meet the public eye. If they reinforce the vindication given first by the Apologia, this is a result which may commend itself to all.

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MATERIALS for the present work were placed in the Editor's hands towards the close of 1884. The selection from them was made, and the papers returned to Cardinal Newman, in the summer of 1887. Since the return of these papers, other and important collections of letters have been placed at the Editor's disposal, and much has been added—indeed, such a work can never be said to be finished, till every page has passed through the printer's hands.

In obedience to the original intention and lately expressed wish of the Cardinal, no time is lost in placing the volumes before the public.

One passage in the Introduction makes it necessary to explain that it was in print before the deeply regretted death of Dr. Liddon.

ORIEL LODGE, DERBY:
Nov. 1890.

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Title Page

LETTERS AND CORRESPONDENCE

OF

JOHN HENRY NEWMAN

DURING HIS LIFE IN THE ENGLISH CHURCH

WITH A BRIEF AUTOBIOGRAPHY


EDITED, AT CARDINAL NEWMAN'S REQUEST, BY

ANNE MOZLEY

EDITOR OF 'LETTERS OF THE REV. J. B. MOZLEY, D.D.
REGIUS PROFESSOR OF DIVINITY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD'

IN TWO VOLUMESVOL. 1.

 

NEW IMPRESSION

LONGMANS, GREEN, & CO.
39 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON
NEW YORK AND BOMBAY

1903

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