The Life of John Henry, Cardinal Newman, Based on His Private Journals and Correspondence Volume 1

The Life of John Henry, Cardinal Newman, Based on His Private Journals and Correspondence Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...conversation did not unfairly represent the condition of feeling and opinion which is, to some extent, to be encountered in its regard. Many Irish Catholics apprehend that the simple inscription of their names on its books might be taken to imply the abandonment of their opinions, and a compromise of their consistency." 'In like manner Mr. Monsell writes me word, September 5th, that he sends me "a disheartening letter from Mr. Fitzgerald, (now Judge.) Mr. Butler of Limerick, October 14th, says that Serjeant, now Judge, O'Brien has been endeavouring to induce some members of the Bar, who have scruples on the matter, to go together in a body and give their adhesion." 'The feelings of the lawyers were shared by the country-gentlemen, and that on various grounds, some of which I give instance of. '"I applied to Lords Kenmare, Castlerosse, and Fingall," writes Monsell on July 13th, "to give' their names to the University, and was surprised to find that they objected to do so. I think their names of great importance." 'And I have a memorandum on March 1st, thus: '"Mr. Errington called. He said that Mr. James O'Ferrall had a more desponding view than ever of the University, from things which came out in the Maynooth f commission." I suppose, clerical jobs. "He thought there was simply no demand for it. He told me last November," I continue, "that the Catholic party had been obliged to move, in order to oppose the Queen's Colleges. Perhaps many will content themselves with their failures, looking on the project of a University merely as something negative." If this use of me was what called me to Ireland, viz. to be flung at the heads of the advocates of the Queen's Colleges, and not to introduce a positive policy, this might be a great object, but more

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  • Paperback | 254 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 458g
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  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236671872
  • 9781236671875