Richard Hurrell Froude

Standard Name: Froude, Richard Hurrell


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Family and Intimate relationships James Anthony Froude
He came from a distinguished family. One brother, Richard Hurrell Froude , was a leading Tractarian.
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Charles
EC , however, ascribes the formative moments in her intellectual development to other sources. She counts among her early influences and inspirations writers Harriet Martineau and Anne Trelawny , and naturalist and artist Colonel Hamilton Smith
politics Harriett Mozley
HM was one of those for whom religion and politics were hardly distinguishable. In 1832, during the time leading up to the Reform Bill, she sounds like a Tory in politics as she observes with...
Publishing John Henry Newman
JHN , Richard Hurrell Froude , Edward Bouverie Pusey , and others began anonymously publishing their series Tracts for the Times, as a statement of principles for the Tractarian , or Oxford Movement.
Drabble, Margaret, editor. The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.


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Newman, John Henry et al. Tracts for the Times. Rivington; Parker.