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Jenkyns Collection: Catalogue Bibliography

The following works provide useful background to the collection.

A Aspinall (ed). The Diary of Henry Hobhouse (1820-1827). 1947.

O Chadwick. The Victorian Church, Part 1. 3rd ed, 1971.

JT Fowler. Durham University. 1904.

SC Hall. Catalogue of the Vernon Collection. 1854.

E Hughes. 'The Bishops and Reform 1831-2: some fresh Correspondence.' EHR, LVI, p.459.

H. Jenkyns (1838-1899). British Rule and Jurisdiction beyond the seas. Posthumous, with a biographical preface about the author by CP Ilbert, 1902.

JH Jones. 'The Civil War of 1843.' Balliol College Record, 1978 p.60.

________. 'Sound religion and useful learning: the rise of Balliol under John Parsons and Richard Jenkyns, 1798-1854.' Balliol Studies, ed. JM Prest, 1982.

________. The Archives of Balliol College Oxford. 1984.

________. Balliol College: A History 1263-1939. 1939.

I Ker and T Gornall (eds). The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman Vol. II, 1979. This volume covers 1827-1831, when Newman was an Oriel tutor; there are frequent references to HJ.

GIT Machin. Politics and the Churches in Great Britain 1832-1868. 1977.

D Newsome. The Parting of Friends. 1966.

CS Parker (ed). Sir Robert Peel. 3 vols, 1891-1899.

Mrs RL Poole [Rachael Poole]. Catalogue of Portraits in the Possession of theUniversity, Colleges, City and County of Oxford, VOl I, 1912 (for University Portraits) and Vol II, Part I, 1925 (for Balliol portraits).

AAW Ramsay. Sir Robert Peel. 1928.

M Ward. Young Mr Newman .1952.

W Ward. William George Ward and the Oxford Movement. 1889.

WR Ward. Victorian Oxford. 1965.

FH West. 'Parsons and Church Politics: Dinder Rectory, Somerset,' Country Life, 20 Oct 1977, p. 1004.

The ODNB includes a high proportion of the figures who appear in the collection, and the characters of Anthony Trollope's Barchester novels could be the archetypes for many of them.

- John Jones

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