Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
Standard Name: Pattison, Mark
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In 1868 Mary Augusta Arnold met Mark Pattison , Rector of Lincoln College and a prominent Oxford scholar, and his wife, Emily Francis Pattison , a former art student and connoisseur. Unconventional and bohemian, the...
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By 27 October 1860
A group of seven liberal or Broad Church clergymen published Essays and Reviews on the challenges posed to conventional theology by the Higher Criticism of the Bible and by science (namely biology and geology).
By 13 February 1875
Mark Pattison published his best known work, Isaac Casaubon, 1559-1614.
30 July 1884
Mark Pattison , scholar, author and clergyman, died at Harrogate in the North Riding of Yorkshire, very painfully, of stomach cancer.
By 14 March 1885
Mark Pattison 's Memoirs appeared posthumously the year after his death.