Index to the Works of
John Henry Newman
by Joseph Rickaby, S.J.

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Page
A      1.
B    15.
C - Chrysostom    20.
  Church    29.
  Church of England, Church of Rome    34.
  Church of Fathers - Cyril of Jerusalem     42.
D    50.
E    53.
F    59.
G    66.
H    71.
I    76.
J    81.
K    84.
L    85.
M    89.
N    99.
O  105.
P - Prayer  109.
  Preaching - Pusey  118.
Q (no entries)
R  126.
S  134.
T  143.
U  149.
V  151.
W  153.
X (no entries)
Y  156.
Z  156.

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Preface

I CLAIM that this Index be tried by these three questions: 'Did Newman say this?'; 'Did he ever unsay it, and if so, where?'; 'Are there any notable sayings of his not brought into due prominence?'

This is not a Concordance, or Onomasticon: it is meant to be a guide to Newman's thought, to the changes of that thought, or, as he would have said, to the 'development' which his thought ran through, from the first public utterances of the Fellow of Oriel to the last words of the aged Priest of the Oratory. In later life he republished sundry of his Anglican works, with notes not unfrequently opposed to the text. The chief retractations I have indicated by a phrase familiar to readers of St. Thomas, sed contra.

To avoid cross-references, I have often entered the same saying under several headings. I do not warrant the words given being the exact words of Newman except where they are put in inverted commas.

The figures throughout refer to the pages of the standard edition published by Messrs. Longmans, the latest at the time I write. Thus Apo. 360 is Apologia, p. 360, ed. 1908 [A different edition of the Apologia is given in NR]. The reader is referred to the following list of Works Indexed.

JOSEPH RICKABY.
POPE'S HALL, OXFORD,
EASTER, 1914.

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Works Indexed

Apo., Apologia, published 1865 (1908)
Ari., The Arians, 1833, 1871 (1908)
Ath. i., ii., St. Athanasius, two volumes, 1841-4, 1881, 1887 (1911)
Call., Callista, 1855, 1881, 1888 (1910)
D.A., Discussions and Arguments, 1836 x 1838 x 1841 x 1855 x 1866: 1872 (1911)
Diff., i., ii., Difficulties of Anglicans
    Vol. i., 1850 (1908)
    Vol. ii., 1865 x 1874 x 1875 (1910)
Dev., Development of Doctrine, 1845, 1878 (1909)
Ess., i., ii., Essays Critical and Historical
    Vol. i., 1828 x 1835 x 1836 x 1837 x 1838 x 1839 x 1840: 1871 (1910)
    Vol. ii., 1840 x 1841 x 1842 x 1846: 1871 (1910)
G.A., Grammar of Assent, 1870 (1909)
H.S., i.., ii., iii., Historical Sketches
    Vol. i., 1853 x 1824 x 1826 x 1833-6: 1872 (1908)
    Vol. ii., 1833-40 x 1860 x 1873 x 1858 x 1859: 1872 (1912)
    Vol. iii., 1854, 1856, 1872: 1859 x 1838 x 1834-5 (1909)
Idea, Idea of a University, 1852 (1910)
Jfc., Lectures on Justification, 1838, 1874 (1908)
L.G., Loss and Gain, 1848, 1874 (1911)
M.D., Meditations and Devotions; Oratory papers, posthumous (1912)
Mir., Essays on Miracles, 1825-6 x 1842-3: 1870 (1911)
Mix., Discourses to Mixed Congregations, 1849 (1909)
O.S., Sermons on Various Occasions, preached 1850 x 1852 x 1853 x 
    1856 x 1857 x 1859 x 1866 x 1873: See Contents, ix-xi: published 1857,
    1870, 1874 (1908)
P.S., Parochial and Plain Sermons, i., ii., iii., iv., v., vi., vii., viii.—
    Vol. i., preached 1825 x 1826 x 1829 x 1830 x 1831 x 1832 x 1833:
        published 1834, 1869 (1910)
    Vol. ii., preached 1830 x 1831 x 1832 x 1833 x 1834 x 1835:
        published 1835, 1869 (1908)
    Vol. iii., preached 1829 x 1830 x 1831 x 1834 x 1835:
        published 1836, 1869 (1910)
    Vol. iv., preached 1835 x 1836 x 1837 x 1838:
        published 1839, 1869 (1909) {viii}
    Vol. v., preached 1834 x 1836 x 1837 x 1838 x 1839 x 1840:
        published 1840, 1869 (1907)
    Vol. vi., preached 1836 x 1837 x 1838 x 1839 x 1840 x 1841:
        published 1842, 1869 (1907)
    Vol. vii., preached 1825 x 1828 x 1829 x 1830 x 1832 x 1838 x 1839 x 
        1840 x 1841 x 1842: published 1842-3, 1869 (1908)
    Vol. viii., preached 1825 x 1830 x 1831 x 1832 x 1836 x 1837 x 1839 x 
        1840 x 1841 x 1843: published 1842-3, 1869 (1908)
    The dates of the several sermons are given in Subjects of the Day, 411-24.
    [Transferred to index by date in NR.]
Prepos., Present Position of Catholics, 1851 (1908)
S.D., Sermons on Subjects of the Day, preached 1831 x 1836 x 1837 x 1838 x 
    1840 x 1841 x 1842 x 1843: published 1843, 1869 (1909)
S.N., Sermon Notes, written 1849-78: published 1913
T.T., Tracts Theological and Ecclesiastical, 1847 x 1870 x 1872 x 1835 x 
    1858 x 1870 x 1859: 1871 (1908)
U.S., Oxford University Sermons, preached 1826 x 1830 x 1831 x 1832 x 
    1839 x 1840 x 1841 x 1843: published 1843, 1872 (1909)
V.M., i., ii., Via Media
    Vol. i., 1837, 1877 (1911)
    Vol. ii., 1830 x 1834 x 1835 x 1836 x 1837 x 1838 x 1841: 1883 (1908)
V.V., Verses on Various Occasions, written 1818-65: published 1867 (1910)

The date given last in brackets in every case is the date of the edition according to the pages of which that particular volume is indexed. Thus P.S., vol. i., is indexed according to the edition of 1910 (Longmans).

The marks of multiplication indicate separate publication of parts of the Contents. Thus ESS., vol. i., 1828 x 1835 x 1836, consists of one Essay published in 1828, another in 1835, a third in 1836. The point at which these Contents were gathered together into a volume is indicated by a colon, the other dates point to editions previous to that used in this Index. Thus L.G., 1848, 1874 (1911) shows editions of 1848 and 1874 previous to the edition of 1911 here used. Not all the editions are mentioned in every case, but always the earliest, and the latest here used.

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Title Page

INDEX

TO THE  WORKS OF

JOHN HENRY CARDINAL NEWMAN

 

BY

JOSEPH RICKABY, S.J., B.Sc. (OXON.)

 

——quo fit ut omnis
Votiva pateat veluti descripta tabella
Vita senis.                                            

 

LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.
39 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON
FOURTH AVENUE & 30TH STREET, NEW YORK
BOMBAY, CALCUTTA, AND MADRAS

1914

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