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xx, 219 p.; 13 illus. on 9 halftone pl.; 22 cm. Index of names, p. 215-19. 181 selections, 1801-1879 (locations not indicated) `Where the letters have been drawn from original sources the old spelling has been retained. Many of them are of great length, and those of a certain period are crossed, to save weight in the post. Even the children crossed their letters.These have been much cut. Others,on the other hand,consist of short extracts taken in the past from originals which were then destroyed.' -- From mother Jemima Fourdrinier Newman 1772-1836, to John 1; from her sister-in-law Mary Fourdrinier 1 -- from John Henry Newman 1801-1890, to mother 1, sisters 2, Charles 1, Harriett 4, Jemima 8 -- from Charles Robert Newman 1802-1884, to John 3 (all known) -- from Harriett Elizabeth Newman Mozley 1803-1852, to her mother 2, aunt Elizabeth Good Newman (1765-1852) 4, John 14, Jemima 99, Tom Mozley 7 -- from Francis William (Frank) Newman 1805-1897, to Jemima 2, John 3, a friend 1 -- from Jemima (`Cattie') Newman Mozley 1808-1879, to John 3, Harriett 8, Fanny Mozley 2 -- from Mary Newman 1809-1828, to Harriett 2, Jemima 6 -- from the children of Henry Mozley of Gainsborough and Derby: John Mozley (husband of Jemima), to his mother 1, Harriett 1; Maria Mozley, to her sister Anne (1809-1891) 1, her sister Fanny 1; Thomas Mozley (husband of Harriett) 1806-1893, to Jemima 1, John 1 -- from Maria Rosina Giberne 1802-1885, to Jemima 1. -- Halftone plates from drawings by Jemima and by Maria Giberne are included. -- Frontispiece of Grace Mozley Langford (1839-1908) with parents Tom and Harriett in 1840: Grace, whom JHN had not seen since 1843, received his last letter of August 2nd 1890 and was his last visitor on the 9th (Letters and diaries XXXI.299) VG orig. gray linen in illus. black on blue dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # 001142

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Title: Newman family letters.

Publisher: London: 1962., SPCK,

Publication Date: 1962

Binding: Hardcover

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Our business, established in Chicago in 1924 and relocated in Naperville Illinois, was moved to the Florida Panhandle in 1980. Our main warehouse, with a mile of double shelving and open by appointment, includes stock for sale --around 20% so far on line -- together with special collections in Anglicanism (with special strength in the Oxford or tractarian movement and editions of John Henry Newman, Bible texts and commentaries, lectureships and monographic series, the philosophy of religion, the Reformed tradition, and antiquarian theology before 1840. Please try a keyword search (we suggest truncating, e.g. Anglic*) on these or other words of your choosing.

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Books requested will be held for two weeks (international, for three weeks). Directly we can receive payment through AbeBooks, by check or draft on a U.S. bank, or through PayPal. Books ordered by libraries can be sent with an enclosed invoice. Payment in euros or pounds sterling can be arranged. Our U.S. employer identification no. (EIN) is 36-0814540. The firm is registered as a domestic corporation in the state of Illinois (file no. D 2079-867-0; showing 1,040 shares of common stock with a pa...

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