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Newman Collection

"John Henry Newman

Background imageNewman Collection: Pterodactyls considered as marsupial bats

Pterodactyls considered as marsupial bats
Pterodactylus crassirostris above P. brevirostris. Plate from Note on the Pterodactyle Tribe... Paper in The Zoologist, Vol 1, 1843 by Edward Newman

Background imageNewman Collection: Illustration by Cecil Aldin, handler at Peterborough Show

Illustration by Cecil Aldin, handler at Peterborough Show
Illustration by Cecil Aldin, Tom Newman, the Duke of Beauforts huntsman, taking part as a handler at the Peterborough Foxhound Show

Background imageNewman Collection: JOHN HENRY NEWMAN. (1801-1890). English prelate and theologian. Oil on canvas, 1881

JOHN HENRY NEWMAN. (1801-1890). English prelate and theologian. Oil on canvas, 1881, by Sir John Everett Millais

Background imageNewman Collection: Dream of Gerontius

Dream of Gerontius
A Visitant is knocking his dire summons at my door. (Frontispiece) ~First published: 1866~Illustration by Robert T Rose to John Henry Newmans Dream of Gerontius, c.1914 edition.~dream, of, gerontius

Background imageNewman Collection: Photograph of Newman Arms, Fitzrovia, London

Photograph of Newman Arms, Fitzrovia, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Left Face on view of the pub

Background imageNewman Collection: Abraham Hayward / Vf 1875

Abraham Hayward / Vf 1875
John Henry Newman (1801 - 1890), Catholic convert, as cardinal. Caption: Tracts for the times. Date: 1877

Background imageNewman Collection: Andy Newman and Coastel 2

Andy Newman and Coastel 2, which was located between RAF Stanley and Stanley in the Falkland Islands. Date: 1984

Background imageNewman Collection: DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport

DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport. DAN-AIR started life as Davies and Newman Airlines after the two founders

Background imageNewman Collection: Aerial of Newman, Australia

Aerial of Newman, Australia
An aerial photo taken of the Western Australian town of Newman at sunrise

Background imageNewman Collection: Mary Newman cottage, wife of Sir Frances Drake

Mary Newman cottage, wife of Sir Frances Drake

Background imageNewman Collection: A few top London dancing celebrities, 1922

A few top London dancing celebrities, 1922: Edgar Newman and Galdys Harrion (from the Midland Hotel, Manchester); M. Camille de Rhynal (dancer and composer)

Background imageNewman Collection: Berry's Electric Magicoal Advertisement

Berry's Electric Magicoal Advertisement
An advertisement for Berry's Electric Ltd, with a photograph promoting the Magicoal electric fire, a blazing fire with flame effect. Date: circa 1920

Background imageNewman Collection: Vickers Viscount 708 G-ARIR

Vickers Viscount 708 G-ARIR (msn 36), of DAN-Air having number 1 and number 4 engines replaced, at Castle Donington-East Midlands Airport, in May 1972. (DAN-Air - Davies & Newman Airways). Date: 1972

Background imageNewman Collection: de Havilland DH. 106 Comet 4B G-APYD

de Havilland DH. 106 Comet 4B G-APYD
de Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B G-APYD (msn 6438), of DAN-Air, view over the wing at 35, 000ft in January 1973. (DAN-Air is a contraction of Davies and Newman Airlines) Date: 1973

Background imageNewman Collection: de Havilland DH. 106 Comet 4B G-APYC

de Havilland DH. 106 Comet 4B G-APYC
de Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B G-APYC (msn 6437), of DAN-Air, at Manchester Airport in October 1977. (DAN-Air is a contraction of Davies and Newman Airlines) Date: 1977

Background imageNewman Collection: BAC 1-11 G-BCWA

BAC 1-11 G-BCWA
BAC 1-11-518FG G-BCWA (msn BAC.205), of DAN-Air, at Manchester Airport in October 1977. (DAN-Air is a contraction of Davies and Newman Airlines) Date: 1977

Background imageNewman Collection: Music cover, Eternal Peace, In Memoriam

Music cover, Eternal Peace, In Memoriam Edward the Peacemaker, on the death of King Edward VII, words and music by Newman Wolsey. 1910

Background imageNewman Collection: Ww1 Wwi World War One First 1st Great I Reginald

Ww1 Wwi World War One First 1st Great I Reginald
ww1, wwi, world, war, one, first, 1st, great, i, reginald, alexander, john, vc, victoria, cross, royal, naval, air, service, rnas, officer, aircraft, test, testing, flight, henry, beach, newman

Background imageNewman Collection: Newman Noggs. Illustration by Harry Furniss for the Charles Dickens novel Nicholas Nickleby

Newman Noggs. Illustration by Harry Furniss for the Charles Dickens novel Nicholas Nickleby
1000824 Newman Noggs. Illustration by Harry Furniss for the Charles Dickens novel Nicholas Nickleby, from The Testimonial Edition, published 1910. by Furniss, Harry (1854-1925); Private Collection

Background imageNewman Collection: Maxine Newman

Maxine Newman 1500 Metres 03 August 1992 Date: 03 August 1992

Background imageNewman Collection: Freddy Flint Stone

Freddy Flint Stone Ridden By L.Newman Doncaster Lincoln Festival Doncaster, Doncaster Racecourse 08 May 2001 Date: 08 May 2001

Background imageNewman Collection: Lee Newman

Lee Newman Jockey Newmarket Guineas Festival Newmarket, Newmarket Racecourse 05 May 2001 Date: 05 May 2001

Background imageNewman Collection: Justin Newman

Justin Newman Jockey May Spring Meeting, York Racecourse York Racecourse, York, England 26 May 2012 MAY SPRING MEETING, YORK RACECOURSE, ENGLAND, MAY 2012 Date: 26 May 2012

Background imageNewman Collection: Mr Cinders, a Barrel of Fun, musical comedy, score by Vivian Ellis and Richard Myers

Mr Cinders, a Barrel of Fun, musical comedy, score by Vivian Ellis and Richard Myers, libretto by Clifford Grey and Greatorex Newman, presented by Macdonald & Young, Pleasure Garden Theatre

Background imageNewman Collection: Christ Church

Christ Church
View of Christ Church in Westminster Road. Christ Church, Lambeth, England, was founded by the Rev Dr Christopher Newman Hall in 1876 as a Congregational chapel, on Westminster Bridge Road, London

Background imageNewman Collection: Treated Like Garden Shrubs - The Water Cure

Treated Like Garden Shrubs - The Water Cure
This is the way we are treated, as if we were garden shrubs - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: This is what we call the cold fillip - The Water Cure

This is what we call the cold fillip - The Water Cure
This is what we call the cold Fillip - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: They have invented a Rain Bath - The Water Cure

They have invented a Rain Bath - The Water Cure
As if there were not cruelties enough, they have actually invented a rain bath - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: The Wet Sheet Promenade - The Water Cure

The Wet Sheet Promenade - The Water Cure
The wet sheet promenade, waiting to be unwound - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: The Ascending Douche - The Water Cure

The Ascending Douche - The Water Cure
The ascending douche - Now sir, do sit still - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: Steam Box Bath - The Water Cure

Steam Box Bath - The Water Cure
The doctor says I shall enjoy the steam box bath - does it look like enjoyment? - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: Jump Up, Its Six O Clock - The Water Cure

Jump Up, Its Six O Clock - The Water Cure
Now sir! Jump up, its six o clock, the sitz bath and the wet sheet are quite ready, and the doctor says you are to have the window open! - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: Cold running Sitz Bath - The Water Cure

Cold running Sitz Bath - The Water Cure
Heres nice treatment! A cold running sitz bath at six in the morning, a bandage on the head, and snow on the ground - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: Bound Hand and Foot - The Water Cure

Bound Hand and Foot - The Water Cure
I am inclined to knock these fellows down, but how can I, bound hand and foot like this - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: Bathing - The Water Cure

Bathing - The Water Cure. 1870

Background imageNewman Collection: St Olaves Union Institution, Ladywell

St Olaves Union Institution, Ladywell
Bird s-eye view of the design for the St Olaves Union Institution for the Aged and Infirm Poor, Ladywell, South London. The architects were Newman and Newman of London. Date: 1897

Background imageNewman Collection: Claude Newman in his Cossack dance in Casse-Noisette

Claude Newman in his Cossack dance in Casse-Noisette at Sadlers Wells, London, 1927 Date: 1927

Background imageNewman Collection: Captain JRB Newman, Middlesex Regiment

Captain JRB Newman, Middlesex Regiment
Captain JRB Newman, Trinity College Cambridge, later a Major in the Middlesex Regiment during the First World War. Date: circa 1908

Background imageNewman Collection: Dickens scrap - Newman Noggs in Nicholas Nickleby

Dickens scrap - Newman Noggs in Nicholas Nickleby
Charles Dickens scrap - Newman Noggs entertaining three children in the novel Nicholas Nickleby, Chapter 65. 19th century

Background imageNewman Collection: The Vegetarian System - Some leading members of the Vegetarian Society

The Vegetarian System - Some leading members of the Vegetarian Society
XJF465196 The Vegetarian System - Some leading members of the Vegetarian Society, published in The Graphic, 1874 (engraving) by English School

Background imageNewman Collection: Mamhead

Mamhead
LLM457607 Mamhead by Lydon, Alexander Francis (1836-1917); Private Collection; (add.info.: Mamhead. Illustration for Pictureque Views of Seats by F O Morris (William Mackenzie)

Background imageNewman Collection: Queens Hall, Langham Place, London May 1902 (photo)

Queens Hall, Langham Place, London May 1902 (photo)
609711 Queens Hall, Langham Place, London May 1902 (photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Queens Hall. Postcard.); Look and Learn / Peter Jackson Collection

Background imageNewman Collection: Shop front design in the early English style (engraving)

Shop front design in the early English style (engraving)
583731 Shop front design in the early English style (engraving) by Whittock, Nathaniel (1791-1860); Private Collection; (add.info.: Shop front design in the early English style)

Background imageNewman Collection: Breton woman in right profile, 1886 (pastel, white chalk & charcoal on paper)

Breton woman in right profile, 1886 (pastel, white chalk & charcoal on paper)
3484059 Breton woman in right profile, 1886 (pastel, white chalk & charcoal on paper) by Gauguin, Paul (1848-1903); 46.5x32 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNewman Collection: 'Ha, ha, ha!'chuckled Peg, on her knees before the fire (colour litho)

"Ha, ha, ha!"chuckled Peg, on her knees before the fire (colour litho)
956099 " Ha, ha, ha!" chuckled Peg, on her knees before the fire (colour litho) by Brock, Charles Edmund (1870-1938); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNewman Collection: English converts to Rome including Newman, skating on thin ice while, on left

English converts to Rome including Newman, skating on thin ice while, on left
538781 English converts to Rome including Newman, skating on thin ice while, on left, Pusey and his Anglo-Catholic Ritualistic friends test the ice before committing themselves

Background imageNewman Collection: The Rev. Mr. Newman, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Rev. Mr. Newman, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Rev. Mr. Newman, 1844. Portrait of British theologian Cardinal John Henry Newman. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

Background imageNewman Collection: Jimmy Maxwell and Joe Newman, c1979. Creator: Brian Foskett

Jimmy Maxwell and Joe Newman, c1979. Creator: Brian Foskett
Jimmy Maxwell and Joe Newman, c1979



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"John Henry Newman: A Man of Many Facets and Influences" This captivating caption takes us on a journey through various aspects of the life and legacy of John Henry Newman. From his portrait captured in oil on canvas in 1881 to an illustration by Cecil Aldin, showcasing his presence at the Peterborough Show as a handler, we catch glimpses into different facets of this English prelate and theologian. The photograph of the Newman Arms in Fitzrovia, London reminds us that even places bear his name, while the mention of pterodactyls considered as marsupial bats hints at his wide-ranging intellectual pursuits beyond theology. Abraham Hayward's work from 1875 serves as another clue to understanding Newman's impact during his lifetime. The Dream of Gerontius stands out among these hints, representing one of Newman's most renowned works - a poetic masterpiece exploring themes such as death and redemption. As an English theologian and Roman Catholic cardinal, he left an indelible mark on religious thought. Advertisements for both Newman Bros Organs and Berry's Electric Magicoal highlight yet another dimension to this multifaceted figure – his influence extended beyond theology into areas like music and technology. Even Mary Newman cottage makes an appearance here; she was Sir Frances Drake's wife but also shares her last name with our subject. This connection adds depth to our understanding of John Henry Newman’s place within history. Lastly, the mention of top London dancing celebrities from 1922 brings forth images not only related to him directly but also evokes a sense that he lived during dynamic times when culture flourished alongside intellectual pursuits. Intriguingly diverse yet interconnected, these hints paint a picture that goes far beyond just one man named "Newman.