Nicholas Wiseman

Standard Name: Wiseman, Nicholas
Used Form: Cardinal Wiseman

Connections

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Friends, Associates Georgiana Chatterton
Although several more years went by before Dering converted to Catholicism, that religion must have been already in the air when they married, for about three weeks after their wedding the new couple issued a...
Publishing Georgiana Chatterton
In probably May 1864 GC wrote and sent to Cardinal Wiseman a poem of protest against Bishop Colenso of Natal (father of Frances Colenso ); she also sent it to the comte de Montalembert .
“The Ferrers of Baddesley Clinton”. Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
Publishing Georgiana Chatterton
She sent out copies to Cardinal Wiseman , William Holman Hunt (who expressed his delight), Thomas Carlyle , Alfred Lord Tennyson (who called it picturesque), Edward Bulwer-Lytton , and German historian Leopold Ranke .
Reception Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
Croker , who again reviewed for the Quarterly, was obviously one of the race of intolerant critics
Quarterly Review. J. Murray.
25 (1821): 532
who, according to the Morning Chronicle, were thrown into a STATE of FURY...
Textual Production Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
After Cardinal Wiseman 's elevation at Westminster in 1850 she published a pamphlet in reply to the one he had levelled against her in Rome thirty years before: Letter to Cardinal Wiseman.
Textual Production Frances Trollope
FT now turned her fire away from the Evangelicals to focus on the growing pro-Catholic sentiment in England, which culminated in 1850 in the restoration of the Catholic hierarchy there. The Vatican gave official approval...

Timeline

May 1836
Nicholas Wiseman (Rector of the English College at Rome) and Irish nationalist Daniel O'Connell began publishing the Dublin Review in London.
May 1836
Nicholas Wiseman (Rector of the English College at Rome) and Irish nationalist Daniel O'Connell began publishing the Dublin Review in London.
7 October 1850
Nicholas Wiseman became the first British Cardinal and the first Westminster Metropolitan (i.e. spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church in Britain) since the Reformation, following the restoration of the Catholic hierachy there.