The letters and diaries of John Henry Newman. Vol. 9, Littlemore and the parting of friends, May 1842-October 1843
The Church of England bishops' continuing condemnation of Tract 90 - plus Pusey's two-year suspension for preaching a university sermon on the Real Presence - are major factors in John Henry Newman resigning as Vicar of St Mary's, Oxford. This volume covers a crucially important and significant period in Newman's life.
Print Book, English, 2005
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2005
xxxix, 833 pages ; 24 cm
Preface ; Acknowledgements ; Abbreviations ; Introductory Note ; Summary of Events covered by this Volume ; THE LETTERS AND DIARIES OF JOHN HENRY NEWMAN ; Appendix 1. Articles and Writers in the British Critic, July 1842-October 1843 ; Appendix 2. Bishops' Charges, May-October 1842 ; Appendix 3. 'Episcopal Charges of the past Year', British Critic, January 1843 ; Appendix 4. University Sermon: 'The Theory of Developments in Religious Doctrine', preached 2 February 1843, first edition ; Appendix 5. Correspondence between Edward Badeley, ecclesiastical lawyer, and Philip Wynter, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, 28 July-14 August 1843 ; Appendix 6. A Letter to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford by the Revd James Garbett, 21 and 28 September 1843 ; Appendix 7. 'The Parting of Friends', preached 25 September 1843 ; Appendix 8. Prospectus for the Lives of the English Saints, October 1843 ; List of Letters by Correspondents ; Index of Persons and Places