Authorized Form of NameKeble; John (1792-1866); Tractarian and poet
TypeOfEntityPerson
SurnameKeble
ForenamesJohn
Dates1792-1866
Code140
EpithetTractarian and poet
ActivityVicar of Hursley, Hampshire
RelationshipsSon of John Keble (1745-1835); brother of Thomas Keble (1793-1875)
GenderMale

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MS 4534 ff. 249-250Letter from John Keble to [Richard Chevenix] Trench23 Feb 1847MSS/4514-4534/4530-4534/4534/249-250
MS 3120, f.278Keble (John), Vicar of Hursley.c.1860MSS/3120/271-279/278c
Keble 6/38Verses 'In memory of the Rev. John Keble.'n.dKeble/6/38
Longley 2 ff. 164-165vJohn Keble, Vicar of Hursley4 April 1853Longley/2/164-165v
Longley 1 ff. 211-212Appeal by John Keble, Vicar of Hursley, to the Archbishop of Canterbury concerning Peter Young[1842]Longley/1/211-212
Keble 2Correspondence relating to Rev. John KebleKeble/2
Keble 2/91Letters to the Rev. John Keble, 1840-66: Sir John Taylor Coleridge1864, 1866Keble/2/91
MS 1491 f. 13John Keble, Vicar of Hursley, about opposition to the confirmation of Samuel Hinds as Bishop of Norwich. 26 October 1849MSS/1491/13
MS 1861, f. 111Letter from KEBLE (John), Vicar of Hursley, to Roundell Palmer1845MSS/1861-1906/1861-1871/1861/111
MS 2498 ff. 43, 61-64vPalmer (Roundell), 1st Earl of Selborne1844-1862MSS/2452-2502/2498/43, 61-64v
MS 1823 ff. 198-220KEBLE, John; Vicar of Hursley[1831]-1847MSS/1822-1824/1823/198-220
MS 2144, ff.59, 192, 208, 273Letters from John Keble, Vicar of HursleyMSS/2140-2151/2140-2149/2140-2146/2144/59, 192, 208, 273
MS 2141, f.214Letter from John Keble, Vicar of HursleyMSS/2140-2151/2140-2149/2140-2146/2141/214
MS 2146, ff.13, 45Letters from John Keble, Vicar of HursleyMSS/2140-2151/2140-2149/2140-2146/2146/13, 45
MS 2164, f.224Letter from J. B. White to Elizabeth Whately, on his health; John Keble's views on the education of Roman Catholics 11 May 1832MSS/2164/214-98/224
MS 1604 ff. 330-45KEVLE, John; Vicar of Hursley1851-1860MSS/1590-1679/1604/330-45
MS 1491 f. 17John Keble, Vicar of Hursley, about opposition to the confirmation of Samuel Hinds as Bishop of Norwich.1 November 1849 MSS/1491/17
MS 2678 ff. 204-205Letter of condolence from the Revd. John Keble, Vicar of Hursley, to Mrs. Sarah Norman Neale, wife of Revd. John Mason Neale11 March 1866MSS/2677-2684/2678/204-256/204-205
Keble 2/94-5Letters to the Rev. John Keble, 1840-66: Rev. John Henry Newman, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford1840, 1843Keble/2/94-5
Keble 2/100-1Letters to the Rev. John Keble, 1840-66: Rev. Isaac Williams1848, 1861Keble/2/100-1
Keble 2/89Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Rev. Thomas Mozley1848Keble/2/89
Keble 2/33-41Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Rev. John Davison, Rector of Upton-on-Severn1824-1826Keble/2/33-41
Keble 2/43-5Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Miss Elizabeth Keble, his sister1811-1826Keble/2/43-5
Keble 2/48-9Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Miss Mary Anne Keble, his sister1826Keble/2/48-9
Keble 2/78-88Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Rev. Thomas Keble, son of Rev. Thomas Keble, Vicar of Bisley, Glos.1840-1866Keble/2/78-88
Keble 6/39-40Two photographs of John Keble's grave.n.dKeble/6/39-40
Keble 2/96-9Letters to the Rev. John Keble, 1840-66: Rev. Edward Bouverie Pusey, Regius Professor of Hebrew, Oxford1849Keble/2/96-9
Keble 6/41'Incidents in the lives of the author of The Christian Year and of the Right Reverend Samuel Wilberforce', by J.F.M.n.dKeble/6/41
Keble 8/12Verses by Miss M. Terrot on 'The Christian Year'.n.dKeble/8/12
Keble 2/46-7Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Elizabeth Keble, wife of the Rev. T. Keble, his sister-in-law1824, 1826Keble/2/46-7
Keble 2/42Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Draft appeal by Keble to Archbishop Howley against the Bishop of Winchester's refusal to admit Peter Young to Priest's Orders, 1842. Keble/2/42
Keble 2/1-32Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Rev. William John Copeland, Rector of Farnham, Essex1838-1865Keble/2/1-32
MS 4239 ff. 109-112John Keble to Rev. Alfred Kent, on a memorial to his father John Keble (d. 1835) at Fairford, Gloucestershire, and the illness of his sister10 July 1860MSS/4239/109-112
MS 4545, ff. 86-87List of members of an Oxford dining club, including Charles Thomas Longley and John Keble. Post 1859MSS/4545-4549/4545/86-87
Longley 7 ff. 167-170Letter to Charles Longley, Archbishop of Canterbury from John Keble, Vicar of Hursley13 February 1864Longley/7/167-170
MS 1491 f. 86George Washington Doane, Bishop of New Jersey, to Mill, E. B. Pusey, Keble, and Hope, explaining the views of the American Bishops on a memorial from the London Union on Church Matters.22 October 1850MSS/1491/86
MS 1491 f. 15John Keble, Vicar of Hursley, about opposition to the confirmation of Samuel Hinds as Bishop of Norwich.28 October 1849MSS/1491/15
MS 4923Keble letters29 Oct 1863-23 May 1866MSS/4923
CU 100/2Minute book of the 1968 Congress and Events sub-committee19 September 1962-30 March 1966CU/E/100/2
MS 1680 ff. 65-113. Letters from John Keble, Vicar of Hursley, including letters about the Oxford Movement, Tract XC, and the Belfast Miracles. [1845-1867]MSS/1680/65-113
Keble 2/90Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: (Rev. Charles John) Plumer, (Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford)1824Keble/2/90
SSF/5/1/5/2/8Notes on John Keble and Sermon Notes for New Guineac.1973SSF/5/1/5/2/8
MS 4474 ff. 146-198From John Keble, Vicar of Hursley1829-1862MSS/4473-4479/4474/146-198
Keble 2/50-77Letters from the Rev. John Keble (1792-1866), 1811-66: Rev. Thomas Keble, Vicar of Bisley, Glos., his brother1825-1865Keble/2/50-77
MS 3996Autograph Letters1558-1987MSS/3996
MS 4727 ff. 1-142Papers of William Dodsworthc. 1831-1857MSS/4727/1-142
MS 4795Correspondence and papers of Edgar Jacob and Philip Jacob. 1858-1898 and 1920.1858-1920MSS/4791-4797/4795
MS 2165, ff.52-60Three letters from the Revd. Thomas Mozley, historian of the Tractarian Movement[1825]-1837MSS/2165/52-60
Longley 1 ff. 208-210vExtracts illustrating an appeal by John Keble, Vicar of Hursley, to the Archbishop of Canterbury concerning the Bishop of Winchester's refusal to admit his curate, Peter Young, to priest's orders16 January-9 March 1842Longley/1/208-210v
Longley 2 ff. 274-276vJohn Keble, Vicar of Hursley22 July 1857Longley/2/274-276v
Longley 2 ff. 379-380vJohn Keble, Vicar of Hursley25 June 1860Longley/2/379-380v
Longley 7 ff. 194-196vLetter to Charles Longley, Archbishop of Canterbury from John Keble, Vicar of Hursley16 November 1864Longley/7/194-196v
Tait 79 ff. 93-4Declaration on the doctrine of transubstantiation1856Tait/76-104/79/93-4
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