Edward Hawkins

Edward Hawkins (27 February 1789 – 18 November 1882) was an English churchman and academic, a long-serving Provost of Oriel College, Oxford known as a committed opponent of the Oxford Movement from its beginnings in his college.wikipedia
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Oriel College, Oxford

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Edward Hawkins (27 February 1789 – 18 November 1882) was an English churchman and academic, a long-serving Provost of Oriel College, Oxford known as a committed opponent of the Oxford Movement from its beginnings in his college.
Tension arose in college since Provost Edward Hawkins was a determined opponent of the Movement.

Caesar Hawkins

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Caesar Henry Hawkins and Francis Hawkins were his brothers.
He was the son of the Rev. E. Hawkins and grandson of Sir Cæsar Hawkins, 1st Baronet (1711-1786), Serjeant-Surgeon to George II and George III (see Hawkins baronets); and was brother to Edward Hawkins (1789-1882), Provost of Oriel, Oxford.

John Henry Newman

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There he introduced the Sunday parochial afternoon sermon, made famous under his successor, John Henry Newman.
In 1828 Newman supported and secured the election of Edward Hawkins as Provost of Oriel over John Keble.

Dean Ireland's Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture

Dean Ireland's Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture
From 1847 to 1861 Hawkins was the first Dean Ireland's Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture at Oxford.
The first professor, Edward Hawkins, was appointed in 1847.

John Davison (priest)

John Davison
With Edward Copleston, John Davison, Richard Whately, and John Keble among its fellows, Oriel was at this time a distinguished college.
With Edward Hawkins he was chary of the liberal stance of some Noetics, in particular Richard Whately and Thomas Arnold; but (unlike Hawkins) he was sympathetic to the early moves of John Keble and the Tractarians of the "Oxford Movement".

Robert Wilberforce

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In 1831 the three tutors, Newman, Richard Hurrell Froude, and Robert Wilberforce, wished to make some changes in the tutorial system, but Hawkins blocked them, and the three tutors resigned.
The provost Edward Hawkins disliked his religious views, and in 1831 Wilberforce resigned and left Oxford.

University Church of St Mary the Virgin

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From 1823 to 1828 he was vicar of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford, a college living.

Bampton Lectures

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Hawkins afterwards treated the same subject more fully in his Bampton lectures (1840) under the title, An Inquiry into the connected Uses of the principal means of attaining Christian Truth; these being the scriptures and the church, human reason and illuminating grace.

Bath, Somerset

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He was born at Bath, Somerset, 27 February 1789.

Bisley, Gloucestershire

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He was the eldest child of Edward Hawkins, successively vicar of Bisley in Gloucestershire and rector of Kelston in Somerset.

Gloucestershire

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He was the eldest child of Edward Hawkins, successively vicar of Bisley in Gloucestershire and rector of Kelston in Somerset.

Kelston

He was the eldest child of Edward Hawkins, successively vicar of Bisley in Gloucestershire and rector of Kelston in Somerset.

Somerset

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He was the eldest child of Edward Hawkins, successively vicar of Bisley in Gloucestershire and rector of Kelston in Somerset.

Francis Bisset Hawkins

Francis Hawkins
Caesar Henry Hawkins and Francis Hawkins were his brothers.

Elmore, Gloucestershire

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After passing about four years at a school at Elmore in Gloucestershire, Edward was sent to Merchant Taylors' School in February 1801.

Merchant Taylors' School, Northwood

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After passing about four years at a school at Elmore in Gloucestershire, Edward was sent to Merchant Taylors' School in February 1801.

St John's College, Oxford

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In June 1807 he was elected to an Andrew exhibition at St John's College, Oxford, and in 1811 graduated B.A. with a double first class (M.A. 1814, B.D. and D.D. 1828).

Edward Copleston

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With Edward Copleston, John Davison, Richard Whately, and John Keble among its fellows, Oriel was at this time a distinguished college.

Richard Whately

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With Edward Copleston, John Davison, Richard Whately, and John Keble among its fellows, Oriel was at this time a distinguished college.

John Keble

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With Edward Copleston, John Davison, Richard Whately, and John Keble among its fellows, Oriel was at this time a distinguished college.

Francis Caulfeild, 2nd Earl of Charlemont

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Tutor for a few months to Viscount Caulfeild, son of Francis Caulfeild, 2nd Earl of Charlemont, he was in Paris at the time of Napoleon's escape from Elba in 1815, and left that city on the morning of the day on which Napoleon entered it, 20 March.

Bishop of Llandaff

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On 2 February 1828 Hawkins was elected by the fellows provost of Oriel, in succession to Copleston who had been appointed bishop of Llandaff.

Edward Bouverie Pusey

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The choice lay between Hawkins and Keble, whose Christian Year had just been published; and Hawkins's election owed much to support from Edward Pusey and Newman, at that time in the college.

Rochester Cathedral

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With the provostship came a canonry at Rochester Cathedral and the living of Purleigh in Essex.

Purleigh

With the provostship came a canonry at Rochester Cathedral and the living of Purleigh in Essex.