Articles before 1864
(in chronological order)

 

newspaper: The Nonconformist.
date: 26 April 1843.
page: 259.
title/lead: Great Meeting at Manchester."
subjects: notice of meeting to oppose the government education Factory Bill, at which Professor Newman of Manchester New College spoke.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 23 May 1844.
page: 7.
title/lead: "Just published in 3 vols., . . . ."
subjects: publisher's advertisement of The English Universities.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 7 September 1847.
page: n.p.
title/lead: "University College, London.—Faculty of Arts and Laws.—Session 1847–48."
subjects: announcement of session introductory lecture by Prof. Newman, and list of faculty.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 27 April 1848.
page: unknown.
title/lead: "University College Hospital."
subjects: advertisement of a festival in aid of the Funds of the Hospital on May 4, with a list of the chairman and stewards.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 1 May 1848.
page: 3.
title/lead: "University College Dinner."
subjects: announcement of the annual dinner of UCL on May 17, with a list of the chairman and stewards.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 6 January 1849.
page: 5.
title/lead: "Liskeard Election."
subjects: borough election of Whig M.P. Richard Budden Crowder, who in a public speech expressed favor of the views of Prof. Newman on retrenchment.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 25 April 1850.
page: 14.
title/lead: "New Books and New Editions."
subjects: John Chapman's book advertisements, including Newman's The Soul.
 
newspaper: The Patriot.
date: 13 June 1850.
page: 374.
title/lead: An Inquirer. "Professor Newman and University College."
subjects: in regard to Professor Newman's position at University College, the writer doubts that it is either possible or desirable to separate "the profession from the man" and that an institution that professes to do so is suitable for Dissenters.
 
newspaper: The Patriot.
date: 27 June 1850.
page: 7.
title/lead: A Graduate of London. "Professor Newman and University College."
subjects: reply to published letter insinuating that Prof. Newman's conclusions relative to religion bias his teaching.
 
newspaper: The Patriot.
date: 15 July 1850.
page: 7.
title/lead: Hoppus, John. "University College."
subjects: a vindication of the non-partisan position of University College in regard to religion, and a protest against the notion that Newman's continuance there constitutes an endorsement of his religious views.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 27 August 1850.
page: 11.
title/lead: "New Books and New Editions."
subjects: John Chapman's book advertisements, including Newman's History of the Hebrew Monarchy, The Soul, and Phases of Faith, with critical remarks upon each.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 11 September 1850.
page: 3.
title/lead: "University College, London.—Faculty of Arts and Laws.—Session 1850-51."
subjects: advertisement of courses, faculty, scholarships, and prizes.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 9 November 1850.
page: 771.
title/lead: "The Patriots of 1794."
subjects: Meeting in commemoration of the acquittal (on charge of high treason) of John Horne Tooke, Thomas Hardy, and John Thelwall, outspoken political critics; William Johnson Fox presiding, Newman in support.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 6 January 1851.
page: 4.
title/lead: "Ladies' College, 47, Bedford-square.—The subjects to be taught . . . ."
subjects: advertisement of curricula, faculty, and introductory lectures.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 8 January 1851.
page: n.p.
title/lead: "Ladies' College, 47, Bedford-square.—The Introductory Lectures . . . ."
subjects: notice of lectures open to the public, including Newman's "On the Collegiate Teaching of Female Pupils."
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 14 April 1851.
page: n.p.
title/lead: "Ladies' College, 47, Bedford-square.—The classes open again . . . ."
subjects: advertisement of curricula and faculty.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 26 July 1851.
pages: 696-97.
title/lead: "The Friends of Italy."
subjects: Notice of recent formation of The Friends of Italy; its objects, council members (including Newman), petition to the House of Commons, and public appeal.
 
newspaper: The Northern Star and National Trades' Journal.
date: 17 January 1852.
page: 7.
title/lead: "Funeral of the Baron Kemeney."
subjects: Brief biography and account of the funeral of Baron Wolfgang Kemény, President of the Hungarian emigrants in England, on 11 January, with Newman in attendance.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 27 March 1852.
pages: 289-90.
title/lead: "The Society of the Friends of Italy."
subjects: Account of the second conversazione of The Friends of Italy; Newman chairs, George Dawson provides the lecture, and Mazzini responds to questions (the first of which is asked by Newman).
 
newspaper: The Nonconformist.
date: 31 March 1852.
page: 245.
title/lead: "Mazzini on the Papacy and Italian Republic."
subjects: review of a meeting of the Society of the Friends of Italy, over which Newman presided and at which George Dawson lectured and Mazzini answered questions.
 
newspaper: The Evening Star.
date: 9 April 1852.
page: 2.
title/lead: "It seems rather strange that, . . ."
subjects: response to Newman's views relative to the ethics of war and of tyrannicide.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 1 & 8 May 1852.
pages: 408-09; 434-35.
title/lead: "Society of the Friends of Italy: Professor Newman's Lecture on 'England's Place and Duty in Europe.'"
subjects: Setting and text of Newman's lecture.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 8 May 1852.
pages: 433-34.
title/lead: "The Bookselling Question."
subjects: Meeting concerning the dispute between booksellers and free-traders, with Charles Dickens presiding; letter of Thomas Carlyle read; John Chapman presented a paper; Newman proferred a resolution.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 12 June 1852.
page: 557.
title/lead: "Society of the Friends of Italy."
subjects: Account of the first annual conversazione of The Friends of Italy, with Peter Alfred Taylor, treasurer, presiding; address by Mazzini; resolutions proferred by Dr. John Epp, Newman, and George Dawson; French troops in Italy.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 12 June 1852.
page: 571.
title/lead: "Dr. Solger's Course of Four Morning Lectures on the Present Political System of Europe."
subjects: Reinhold Solger; Newman identified as a patron.
 
newspaper: The Star of Freedom.
date: 19 June 1852.
page: 1.
title/lead: "Society of the Friends of Italy."
subjects: Account of the first annual conversazione of The Friends of Italy, with Peter Alfred Taylor presiding; address by Mazzini; resolutions proferred by Newman and George Dawson; papal and Austrian despotism in Italy.
 
newspaper: The Star of Freedom.
date: 25 September 1852.
page: 106.
title/lead: "The New Palmerston Crutches."
subjects: Letter of William James Linton to the editor, in opposition to Lord Palmsterston and his democratic supporters, including Newman, with reply by the editor.
 
newspaper: The Star of Freedom.
date: 6 November 1852.
page: 203.
title/lead: "The Shilling Subscription in Aid of European Freedom."
subjects: Effort "to obtain an increased publicity for this Subscription," and formation of a Committee, including Newman, for this purpose.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 13 November 1852.
page: 1082.
title/lead: "Kossuth and Mazzini in Store Street."
subjects: account of the conversazione of The Friends of Italy at the Music Hall in Store Street, Bedford-Square, with P. A. Taylor presiding; speeches by William Coningham, Mazzini, Newman, and Kossuth.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 12 February 1853.
page: 150.
title/lead: "Foreign Troops in Italy."
subjects: Meeting (with Newman as president) on 7 Feb 1853 in consideration of the Austrian and French military occupation of the Roman states.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 12 February 1853.
pages: 150-51.
title/lead: "The Shilling Subscription in Aid of European Freedom," with Letter of "Joseph Mazzini to the Secretary of the Shilling Subscription Fund."
subjects: Subscription for the support of the efforts of Kossuth and Mazzini; Newman on the Committee.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 28 May 1853.
page: 511.
title/lead: "The Friends of Italy."
subjects: Account of a conversazione of The Friends of Italy, with P. A. Taylor presiding, concerning the Austrian subjugation of Hungary; speeches by Dr. Epp, Dawson, Newman, and Kossuth.
 
newspaper: The Atlas.
date: 8 October 1853.
page: 662.
title/lead: "The Russian Aggression Meeting at London Tavern."
subjects: brief review of a public expression of sympathy with Turkey and protest against Lord Derby's policy of diplomacy with Russia, over which Lord Dudley Stuart presided and on the occasion of which Prof. Newman urged the government to decisive action.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 8 October 1853.
page: 969.
title/lead: "Postscript: The meeting at the London Tavern."
subjects: Public meeting, with Lord Dudley Stuart presiding, against Russian aggression; resolution proferred by Newman.
 
newspaper: Tallis's London Weekly Paper
date: 8 October 1853.
page: 352.
title/lead: "Demonstration at the London Tavern Last Night."
subjects: review of the public demonstration in sympathy with Turkey and opposed to the present government's course of diplomacy, with brief synopses of speeches by Lord Dudley Stuart, Professor Newman, Sir Charles Napier, and others.
 
newspaper: The Patriot.
date: 10 October 1853.
page: 666.
title/lead: "The Turkish Question: Great Meeting at the London Tavern."
subjects: the speeches of Lord Dudley Stuart, Professor Newman, J. B. Blackett, M.P., Mr. Nicholay, Admiral Sir C. Napier, Mr. D. Urquhart, Mr. W. Newton, and others in support of four resolutions urging the British government toward a more honorable course of action.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 11 October 1853.
page: 7.
title/lead: "The Last Hope of Protection." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: statement of liberal opposition against the conservative clamor for war against Russia, and expression of indignation against Newman.
 
newspaper: The Nonconformist.
date: 12 October 1853.
page: 815.
title/lead: "Public Opinion on the Eastern Question."
subjects: brief review of public demonstrations at Hanley, Leicester, London Tavern, and Kensington in support of Turkish independence or resistance to Russian aggression, with special notice of the speeches at London Tavern.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 21 November 1853.
page: 8.
title/lead: "Independence of Turkey."
subjects: notice of a deputation, including Newman, to Lord Palmerston, in support of the independence of Turkey.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 26 November 1853.
page: 1130.
title/lead: "Opinions on the Eastern Question: Deputation to Lord Palmerston."
subjects: Address of 7 October to the Queen, presented on 19 November by Lord Dudley Stuart, Newman, and others to Lord Palmerston; Russian aggression; Austria; secret diplomacy.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 18 August 1854.
page: n.p.
title/lead: "Kossuth: Fifty of Kossuth's American Speeches, . . . ."
subjects: publisher's advertisement, including critical notice in the Western Times.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 30 August 1854.
page: 3.
title/lead: "University College, London.—Faculty of Arts and Laws.—Session 1854-55."
subjects: advertisement of courses, faculty, scholarships, and prizes.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 15 March 1855.
page: 9.
title/lead: "Students' Soiree at University College."
subjects: notice of student-organized reunion of faculty and alumni of University College, King's College, and Manchester New College, and list of distinguished men in attendance.
 
newspaper: The Empire.
date: 8 September 1855.
page: 645.
title/lead: "Professor Newman at Leeds."
subjects: review of Newman's speech on "The Prospects of England" at Leeds' Mechanics Institution, in which Newman surveyed the promising strengths and threatening weaknesses of England.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 28 May 1856.
page: 14.
title/lead: "New Books and New Editions: . . . Professor F. W. Newman's Homer's Iliad."
subjects: advertisement of publication.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 3 December 1857.
page: 5.
title/lead: Newman, F. W. "English Policy in India." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: principles by which India should be colonized and governed.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 15 December 1857.
page: 7.
title/lead: Clarke, Hyde. "Indian Colonization and the Roman Empire." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: regarding the discussion between Newman and Merivale and the history of British involvement in India.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 29 December 1857.
page: 4.
title/lead: Newman, F. W. "Mr. Newman and Mr. Merivale." Letter to the Editor.
subjects: British policy in India; the Charters of 1833 and 1853; the Board of Control; Thomas Babington Macaulay; John Cam Hobhouse; Rammohan Roy; Rajaram Roy.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 10 April 1858.
page: 345.
title/lead: "Professor Newman and the Government Prosecutions."
subjects: Protest against a letter of Newman concerning assassination.
 
newspaper: The Leader.
date: 20 November 1858.
page: 1264.
title/lead: "The Roman Types in India."
subjects: Transliteration of the Deva Nagari or Sanskrit into Roman characters; Italian system; diacritical marks; phonetics; Charles Trevelyan, John Gilchrist, Newman.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 11 February 1859.
page: 4.
title/lead: "United Kingdom Alliance for the Suppression of the Liquor Traffic."
subjects: advertisement of a public meeting and addresses in Exeter-hall.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 21 May 1859.
page: 10.
title/lead: "The War in Italy."
subjects: notice of a London public meeting, in which Kossuth and Newman participated.
 
newspaper: The Evening Herald.
date: 21 May 1859.
page: 4.
title/lead: "The War in Italy."
subjects: notice of a London public meeting, in which Kossuth and Newman participated.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 14 September 1859.
page: 5.
title/lead: "University College, London.—Faculty of Arts and Laws.—Session 1859-60."
subjects: advertisement of courses, faculty, scholarships, and prizes.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 7 October 1859.
page: 3.
title/lead: "University College, London.—Faculty of Arts and Laws.—The Session will Commence . . . ."
subjects: advertisement of introductory lecture by Newman, Dean of Faculty, on "The Relations of Professional to Liberal Knowledge."
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 2 February 1860.
page: 13.
title/lead: "New Books and New Editions."
subjects: advertisement of "Professor F. W. Newman on the Relations of Professional to Liberal Knowledge."
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 4 July 1860.
page: 7.
title/lead: "The Yearly Distribution of Prizes at University College."
subjects: notice of faculty and the prize recipients among their students.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 26 March 1861.
page: 5.
title/lead: "Kossuth Defence Fund."
subjects: advertisement of a fund to defend, in opposition to Austria, the legal right of Kossuth to print politically sensitive papers; provisional committee members listed.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 22 April 1861.
page: 4.
title/lead: "Kossuth Defence Fund."
subjects: advertisement of a fund to defend, in opposition to Austria, the legal right of Kossuth to print politically sensitive papers; provisional committee members listed (revealing significant growth in membership over the past month).
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 21 September 1861.
page: 5.
title/lead: "University College, London.—Faculty of Arts and Laws.—Session 1861-62."
subjects: advertisement of courses, faculty, scholarships, and prizes.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 10 January 1862.
page: 9.
title/lead: "Law Report: Arches' Court, Jan. 9. (Before Dr. Lushington.)"
subjects: report of proceedings in the case of the Bishop of Salisbury v. Rowland Williams; the prosecutor, in demonstration of the "first impression" produced by Essays and Reviews, read from a letter by F. W. Newman.
 
newspaper: The Evening Star.
date: 5 December 1862.
page: 2.
title/lead: "It is creditable to Mr. Gladstone . . . ."
subjects: editorial review of the controversy arising from Gladstone's Newcastle speech regarding the American civil war, and an expression of sympathy with Newman's protest.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 9 December 1862.
page: 4.
title/lead: "University College, London.—A Session of Council . . . ."
subjects: notice of Newman's resignation.
 
newspaper: The Penny Newsman.
date: 1 February 1863.
page: 12.
title/lead: "Negro Emancipation and the American War."
subjects: review of a meeting of the Emancipation Society at Exeter Hall in favor of President Lincoln and the northern cause, in which letters from the Union and Emancipation Society were read, including one from Newman.
 
newspaper: East London Advertiser.
date: 4 April 1863.
page: 2.
title/lead: "Professor Newman on the American War."
subjects: review of a lecture on the American War, delivered at the Literary Institute by Prof. Newman, in which the cause of President Lincoln and the unionists was applauded.
 
newspaper: The Watchman and Wesleyan Advertiser.
date: 15 April 1863.
page: 114.
title/lead: "Mr. Goldwin Smith and Professor Newman at Manchester."
subjects: British involvement in the American Civil War in the case of the CSS Alabama, and the Union suit for damages. The writer protests against Smith's and Newman's support in favor of the Union petition.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 23 June 1863.
page: 11.
title/lead: "University College, London."
subjects: notice of the retirement of Newman from the Professorship of Latin, and the appointment of J. R. Seeley to fill the vacancy.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 24 October 1863.
page: 12.
title/lead: "United Kingdom Alliance."
subjects: notice of the annual meeting at Manchester, with Newman in attendance.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 26 October 1863.
page: 6.
title/lead: "Mr. Ward Beecher at Manchester."
subjects: detailed notice of Henry Ward Beecher's reception and speech at a meeting of the Union and Emancipation Society, with Newman in attendance; the Trent affair; finances of the northern states; slavery and racism.
 
newspaper: The Times.
date: 30 November 1863.
page: 8.
title/lead: "Union and Emancipation Society."
subjects: list of society officers.