Author:Mark Pattison

Mark Pattison
(1813–1884)
Historian and Anglican priest. Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford
This author wrote articles for the Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB9 by the initials "M. P."
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "M. P."
Mark Pattison

WorksEdit

  • The Sufficiency of Holy Scriptures for the Salvation of Man (1841)
  • Original or Birth Sin and the Necessity of New Birth unto Life (1842)
  • Stephen Langton
  • St. Edmund
  • "Oxford Studies" in Oxford Essays (1855)
  • Education Commission; Report of the Assistant Commissioners on the State of Popular Education in Continental Europe Vol. iv. (1861), on the state of elementary education in Germany (pp. 161–267)
  • Suggestions on academical organisation with especial reference to Oxford (1868)
  • Isaac Casaubon, 1559-1614 (1875) (external scan)
  • "Review of the Situation" in Essays on the endowment of research (1876)
  • "Tendencies of Religious Thought in England, 1688–1750" in Essays and Reviews (1860)
  • Milton (1879) (external scan)
  • The Sonnets of John Milton (1883)
  • Memoirs (1885) (external scan)
  • Sermons (1885) (external scan)
  • Essays by the late Mark Pattison: sometime rector of Lincoln College (1889), edited by Henry Nettleship, in 2 vols. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)

TranslationsEdit

  • "St Matthew" in Catena aurea: commentary on the four Gospels, collected out of the works of the Fathers: Volume 1 (1874), in two parts.

‘Christian Remembrancer’Edit

  • ‘Miss Bremer's Novels,’ 1844;
  • ‘Gregory of Tours,’ 1845
  • ‘Wordsworth's Diary in France,’ 1845;
  • ‘Church Poetry,’1846
  • ‘The Oxford Bede,’ 1846
  • ‘Thiers's Consulate and Empire,’1846
  • ‘The Sugar Duties,’ 1846;
  • ‘Hugh Miller's First Impressions of England,’ 1847;
  • ‘Mill's Political Economy,’ 1848;
  • ‘Lord Holland's Foreign Reminiscences,’ 1851)

'Quarterly Review'Edit

  • Casaubon 1853.
  • ‘Huet’ (1855),
  • ‘Montaigne’ (1856),
  • ‘Joseph Scaliger’ (1860),
  • ‘The Stephenses’ (1865);

‘National Review’Edit

  • “Learning in the Church of England”, The National Review (London: Chapman and Hall) XVI. (XXXI.): 187-219, January, 1863 
  • “Life of Bishop Warburton”, The National Review (London: Chapman and Hall) XVII. (XXXIII.): 61-102, July, 1863 

‘North British’Edit

  • F. A. Wolf’ (1865),

‘Westminster Review;’Edit

  • ‘The Present State of Theology in Germany’1857;
  • ‘Buckle's Civilisation in England,’ 1857;
  • ‘Calvin at Geneva’1858
  • ‘The Calas Tragedy,’ 1858;
  • ‘Early Intercourse of England and Germany,’ 1861;
  • ‘Popular Education in Prussia,’ 1862;
  • ‘Mackay's Tübingen School,’ 1863.

‘British Quarterly’Edit

  • ‘Pope and his Editors,’ (1872)

British CriticEdit

  • Earliest English Poetry, (1842)

‘North American’Edit

  • ‘The Thing that might be,’ 1881),

‘Fraser's Magazine’Edit

  • ‘The Birmingham Congress,’ 1857
  • ‘Antecedents of the Reformation,’ 1859
  • 'Philanthropic Societies in the Reign of Queen Anne,’ 1860

'Macmillan’Edit

  • ‘A Chapter of University History’ (1875)
  • ‘Milton,’ (1875)

‘Contemporary’Edit

  • ‘The Religion of Positivism,’ 1876)

‘Fortnightly’Edit

  • ‘The Age of Reason,’1877
  • ‘Note on Evolution and Positivism,’1877
  • ‘Books and Critics,’ 1877;
  • ‘Industrial Shortcomings,’ 1880;
  • ‘Etienne Dolet,’ 1881)

‘New Quarterly Magazine’Edit

  • Middle-class Education (1879)

As editorEdit

Contributions to EB9Edit

Contributions to EB1911Edit

Works about PattisonEdit

 

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