Edward Caswall: Newman’s Brother and Friend


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Satirist, humorist, Church of England vicar and convert to Roman Catholicism, Edward Caswall (1814-1878) was one of the 19th century’s most important hymnologists – posterity is indebted to him for both his original and translated hymns, including ‘See, amid the winter’s snow’.  He was, moreover, the faithful financial and administrative mainstay of Newman’s Oratory in Birmingham from the time of his conversion in 1847 until his death some thirty years later.

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SKU: ISBN: 978 085244 607 2 Categories: ,


Author: Nancy Marie de Flon
Publisher: Gracewing
Pages: 240
ISBN: 978 085244 607 2

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Weight .15 kg
Dimensions 15.6 × 1.32 × 23.39 cm


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