Articles after 1863
(in chronological order)

 

newspaper: The Times.
date: 19 January 1864.
page: 5.
title/lead: "The New Zealand War."
subjects: despatch by the Duke of Newcastle and signatories, regarding the colonization of New Zealand and the protection of the Maori race.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 4 June 1864.
page: 4.
title/lead: "Mr. Lawson's Permissive Prohibitory Liquor Bill."
subjects: advertisement of a public meeting and addresses in Exeter-hall.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 30 October 1865.
page: 4.
title/lead: "The United Kingdom Alliance."
subjects: detailed notice of the 12th annual meeting.
 
newspaper: The Anglo-American Times.
date: 16 June 1866.
page: 3.
title/lead: "The Hon. Neal Dow."
subjects: account of the reception given the author of the Maine Liquor Law by the United Kingdom Alliance, and of the address made on this occasion by Prof. Newman.
 
newspaper: The Guardian.
date: 22 August 1866.
pages: 866-67.
title/lead: "According to Professor Newman, England . . . ."
subjects: synopsis of Newman's letter to the Star noting the current dangers facing England due to its conservative principles of administration.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 24 October 1866.
page: 10.
title/lead: "United Kingdom Alliance."
subjects: notice of the annual meeting and speeches at Manchester.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 5 December 1866.
page: 3.
title/lead: "The Jamaica Committee."
subjects: purpose of the committee to raise a fund sufficient for the indictment of Edward John Eyre, Governor of Jamaica, for murder; prominent members listed.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 20 May 1867.
page: 4.
title/lead: "A Public Meeting of the Citizens of London."
subjects: advertisement of meeting and expected speakers, including Neal Dow and Newman, on the subject of prohibition.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 21 May 1867.
page: 7.
title/lead: "The Maine Liquor Law."
subjects: notice of Neal Dow's London address on "The Legislative Prevention of Intemperance, Pauperism, and Crime."
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 7 February 1870.
page: 12.
title/lead: "Women's Suffrage."
subjects: notice of a public meeting at Bristol of the National Association for Women's Suffrage, in which Newman participated.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 12 May 1871.
page: 8.
title/lead: "Legislation on the Liquor Traffic."
subjects: advertisement of London meeting in support of the Permissive Prohibitory Liquor Bill and addresses.
 
newspaper: The Illustrated Times.
date: 20 May 1871.
page: 311.
title/lead: "We are informed that on Tuesday . . . ."
subjects: contemptuous notice of the deputation of the United Kingdom Alliance to Henry Bruce, Home Secretary, in advocacy of Lawson's Permissive Prohibitory Liquour Bill. Newman's classification of liquor as a "poison" is ridiculed.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 21 November 1871.
page: 3.
title/lead: "Sir Charles Dilke addressed a large and crowded meeting at Bristol . . . ."
subjects: notice of a meeting on political representation and free public education over which Newman presided.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 19 September 1872.
page: 7.
title/lead: "The Social Science Congress."
subjects: notice of proceedings, including Newman's reading, in the Education Department, of a paper on "The Right Curriculum of National Schools."
 
newspaper: The Sun and Central Press.
date: 24 February 1873.
page: 9.
title/lead: "A New Duty."
subjects: a protest against Newman's advocacy, on ethical and practical grounds, of voluntary euthanasia; the slippery-slope is urged against Newman's position.
 
newspaper: The Church Herald.
date: 5 March 1873.
page: 9.
title/lead: "The Duty of Suicide."
subjects: a Roman Catholic reduction of Newman's and Tollemache's advocacy of euthanasia to the last ethical consequence of the Protestant Reformation.
 
newspaper: Every Saturday: A Journal of Choice Reading.
date: 29 March 1873.
pages: 356-58.
title/lead: "Professor Newman on the Duty of Suicide."
subjects: objections to Newman's letter of February 1873 to the editor of The Spectator, with letter quoted in full.
 
newspaper: Newport Daily News.
date: 1 May 1873.
page: 2.
title/lead: "Killing the Useless."
subjects: euthanasia; an absurd attempt at reductio ad absurdum.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 8 May 1873.
page: 9.
title/lead: "Permissive Prohibitory Liquor Bill."
subjects: On Lawson's movement before the House of Commons for a second reading of the Bill; Newman's "On the Drink Traffic" quoted.
 
newspaper: The Week's News.
date: 16 August 1873.
page: 1037.
title/lead: "Professor Newman says, . . ."
subjects: translation by Newman of two Attic orations; Joseph Arden's The Orations of Hyperides for Lycophron and for Euxenippus: Now First Printed in Facsmile, with a Short Account of the Discovery of the Original Manuscript at Western Thebes in Upper Egypt in 1847, edited by Churchill Babington (Cambridge UP, 1853); John Strachey Hare (of Clifton Park).
 
newspaper: The Central Press.
date: 23 October 1873.
page: 6.
title/lead: "The Rights of Women."
subjects: notice of a meeting of the National Vigilance Association, over which Josephine Butler presided, with Newman in attendance.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 24 October 1874.
page: 9.
title/lead: "The conflict between the ideal and the actual . . . ."
subjects: regarding a meeting of farm laborers at Wellington, Somersetshire, addressed by Newman.
 
newspaper: Capital and Labour.
date: 6 October 1875.
page: 581.
title/lead: "Professor Newman on Labourers' Unions."
subjects: account of Newman's speech at a meeting of the New Land Union at Leamington; land tenure; Parliament; Sir Henry Taylor.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 27 December 1875.
page: 6.
title/lead: "Society for the Abolition of Vivisection."
subjects: statement of the society's aims, list of its distinguished members, and appeal for subscriptions.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 19 January 1877.
page: 4.
title/lead: "Balliol College."
subjects: notice of a banquet given in celebration of a new college hall, in which Newman was in attendance, along with many other distinguished guests and alumni, including Matthew Arnold.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 6 April 1877.
page: 8.
title/lead: "International Association for the Total Suppression of Vivisection."
subjects: notice of donations and subscriptions received since last advertisement.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 23 November 1877.
page: 7.
title/lead: "The Chefoo Convention."
subjects: notice of a memorial in favor of ratifying the Chefoo Convention, signed by Newman and many others; British involvement in the Chinese-Indian opium trade.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 8 April 1878.
page: 8.
title/lead: "Memorial to the Queen."
subjects: petition, in response to "the calling-out of your Majesty's Reserve Forces," for a Conference or Congress of the European Powers.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 28 October 1878.
page: 10.
title/lead: "Social Science Congress."
subjects: notice of proceedings, including Newman's reading, in the Education Department, of a paper on "Spelling Reform" and the discussion that followed.
 
newspaper: The Centaur.
date: 19 July 1879.
page: 2.
title/lead: "The last chapter of Professor Francis William Newman's 'Phases of Faith' . . . ."
subjects: editorial commentary on Newman's sermon "The Religious Mischiefs of Credulity" delivered at Langham Hall.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 27 January 1880.
page: 10.
title/lead: Newman, F. W. "The Hittites." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: historical veracity of the Old Testament; Herodotus; Assyrian Empire; History of the Hebrew Monarchy.
 
newspaper: The Echo.
date: 10 December 1880.
page: 1.
title/lead: "Anti-Vaccination: Doctors and Liberals." Letter of F. W. Newman to Wm. Tebb. Printed with "Passing Notes" [editorial commentary on the former.]
subjects: Convention of Paris against Compulsory Vaccination; dangerous medicinal fads and pseudo-remedies; legislative tyranny; the Liberal Party.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 13 December 1880.
page: 5.
title/lead: "France: . . . The International Anti-Vaccination League is holding a Congress here . . . ."
subjects: notice of meeting at Paris and letters received.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 14 May 1881.
page: 11.
title/lead: "The London Society for the Abolition of Compulsory Vaccination."
subjects: advertisement of annual meeting, chairman and participators.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 7 July 1881.
page: 8.
title/lead: "The London Society for the Abolition of Compulsory Vaccination."
subjects: register of president and vice-presidents, the society's objects, and supporting statements.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 6 September 1882.
page: 5.
title/lead: "The Nationalization of the Land."
subjects: notice of a London meeting of the Land Nationalization Society, at which a letter from Newman (herein printed) was read.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 26 June 1883.
page: 5.
title/lead: "Women's Position in America."
subjects: notice of a meeting in Piccadilly, with Newman in assistance, in which Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton delivered addresses.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 21 July 1883.
page: 5.
title/lead: "Oxford Class Lists."
subjects: regarding the men who won honors and later distinguished themselves.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 20 January 1883.
page: 8.
title/lead: Tebb, William. "Anti-Vaccination—The Berne International Congress." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: advertisement of the Congress; its objects and chief supporters; repeal of the compulsory vaccination law in Switzerland.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 19 October 1883.
page: 5.
title/lead: "The Vegetarian Society.—The 36th anniversary . . . ."
subjects: notice of a conference, soireé, and public meeting, and Newman's re-election as president.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 2 May 1884.
page: 10.
title/lead: "Literary and Other Notes."
subjects: notice that Christianity in Its Cradle has been sent to the printer.
 
> newspaper: The Times.
date: 13 January 1885.
page: 4.
title/lead: "Industrial Remuneration Conference."
subjects: notice of conference in preparation, its agenda and principle speakers.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 13 January 1885.
page: 6.
title/lead: "The Vegetarian Society."
subjects: notice of a meeting in Exeter-hall and of Newman's presidency for sixteen years over the society.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 20 January 1885.
page: 6.
title/lead: Newman, F. W. "Vegetarianism." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: influence and growth of the London Vegetarian Society; the proper food of humans.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 28 January 1885.
page: 6.
title/lead: "The Industrial Remuneration Trust."
subjects: on the purposes and significance of the Industrial Remuneration Conference, and on the relation of English and German Socialism; Karl Marx.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 31 January 1885.
page: 7.
title/lead: "Industrial Remuneration Conference."
subjects: in detail report of the delegates final meeting, regarding the distribution and government management of land, in which essays by Newman and others are discussed.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 3 February 1885.
page: 6.
title/lead: Wallace, Alfred R., J. Shield Nicholson, and F. W. O. "The Industrial Remuneration Conference." Letters to the Editor.
subjects: misapprehensions of the Land Nationalization Society corrected; criticisms addressed; Neo-Malthusianism.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 4 February 1885.
page: 6.
title/lead: Harrison, Frederic. "The Industrial Remuneration Conference." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: reply to Wallace and Newman in regard to the aims of the Land Nationalization Society and "the establishment of a peasant proprietary."
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 16 July 1886.
page: 7.
title/lead: Newman, F. W. "Professor Newman on the Currency." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: commemorative coin; decimal currency.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 19 July 1886.
page: 3.
title/lead: Durrant, George R. "Decimal Currency." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: favorable response to Newman's letter, addressing an anticipated objection.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 5 November 1886.
page: n.p.
title/lead: "New Books and New Editions."
subjects: publisher's advertisement of Life after Death? Palinodia.
 
newspaper: The Echo.
date: 22 November 1886.
page: 1.
title/lead: Barrett, Thomas. "What Is Malthusianism?"
subjects: Neo-Malthusianism; over-population; Newman; Charles Robert Drysdale.
 
newspaper: The Echo.
date: 26 November 1886.
page: 1.
title/lead: Bonser, Thomas Owen. "Malthusianism."
subjects: points of agreement and disagreement with Newman; "marital prudence."
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 13 December 1887.
page: 7.
title/lead: "Obituary: Sir George Burrows, M.D., [&c.]"
subjects: brief biography, noting Burrows's early education at Ealing, where he was a student with the Newman brothers.
 
newspaper: The Echo.
date: 26 December 1887.
page: 1.
title/lead: Max. "From Dan to Beersheba: Professor Newman on Pride."
subjects: national pride; ethnic nationalism; imperialism; India, Ireland.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 9 January 1888.
page: 8.
title/lead: "Death of Professor Bonamy Price."
subjects: short biography of Price.
 
newspaper: The Echo.
date: 19 March 1889.
page: 1.
title/lead: Max. "Grand Old Men: Francis William Newman."
subjects: Newman brothers ("as exponents of the speculative tendencies of their time") compared; Phases of Faith and Apologia pro Vita Sua.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 26 October 1889.
page: n.p.
title/lead: "New Books and New Editions."
subjects: advertisement of Newman's Miscellanies, vol. 3.
 
newspaper: The Echo.
date: 11 April 1890.
page: 2.
title/lead: Morton, W. E. "Hear All Sides: Capital Punishment."
subjects: response to "Corporal Punishments, and Penal Reformation" (1865; rpt. in Miscellanies, Vol. 3, 1889); capital punishment as a deterrent, rather than as restrictive.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 3 July 1890.
page: 8.
title/lead: "New Books and New Editions."
subjects: notice of receipt of Newman's Miscellanies, vol. 4.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 13 August 1890.
page: 6.
title/lead: "The Late Cardinal Newman."
subjects: details regarding the public viewing and preparations for the funeral of John Henry Newman.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 14 February 1891.
page: 4.
title/lead: Oxoniensis. "Cardinal Newman." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: critical remarks on Newman's Contributions; reduction of the Newman brothers' "religious vagaries" to genes affecting their mental state.
 
newspaper: The Echo.
date: 9 January 1895.
page: 4.
title/lead: Williamson, James R. "Emeritus Professor Newman on Compulsory Vaccination."
subjects: Letter of Newman to William Tebb (see The Echo, 10 December 1880) quoted at length; appeal on behalf of the London Society for the Abolition of Compulsory Vaccination.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 20 January 1897.
page: 12.
title/lead: "Mansion House Relief Fund."
subjects: notice of fund for the relief of famine in India and of donations received.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 6 October 1897.
page: 4.
title/lead: "Obituary: Francis William Newman."
subjects: brief biography.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 6 October 1897.
page: 7.
title/lead: "The Death of Professor Francis Newman."
subjects: biographical reflections on the Newman brothers.
 
newspaper: Liverpool Courier.
date: 6 October 1897.
page: 8.
title/lead: "Professor Newman . . . has just died at Weston-super-Mare."
subjects: a brief notice of Newman's death (expressing popular misconceptions).
 
< newspaper: The Times.
date: 7 October 1897.
page: 7.
title/lead: "The Late Professor Newman."
subjects: letters of T. G. P. Hallett and Charles Voysey regarding Newman's membership in the Somerset Liberal Unionist Association, early draft of the Contributions, and other miscellany.
 
newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror.
date: 15 October 1897.
page: 9.
title/lead: "Professor Francis Newman."
subjects: The Soul; religious controversy; relations between the Newman brothers.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 21 September 1898.
page: 10.
title/lead: Broadbent, Albert. "The Vegetarians." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: response to facetious and erroneous editorial remarks made regarding the Vegetarian Society.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 25 October 1901.
page: 10.
title/lead: "The Supplement to the Dictionary of National Biography."
subjects: notice of third and final supplemental volume, including an entry on F. W. Newman.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 25 December 1902.
page: 8.
title/lead: "The Late Archbishop of Canterbury."
subjects: notice of funeral arrangements for Frederick Temple, and short biography, including notice of Newman's influence upon Temple toward "total abstinence from intoxicating liquors."
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 8 November 1956.
page: 13.
title/lead: "Portraits of the Faithful in Honest Doubt."
subjects: review of Basil Willey's More Nineteenth Century Studies.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 12 June 1984.
page: 15.
title/lead: Woolley, A. R. "Conflicting Creeds." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: reflections on the loss of doctrinal certainties in the Church of England and of its former conflict with progressive thinkers such as Newman.