Froude Richard Hurrell, Ma
Froude Richard Hurrell, M.A., was born in Devonshire in 1803, and entered Eton College in 1816, and Oriel College, Oxford, 1821. In 1826 he became fellow and tutor of Oriel, where he remained till 1830. He took priests orders in 1829, and for the last four years of his life he resided alternately in the south of Europe and in the West Indies. He was a man of fine genius, but of ill-regulated temper and will. He shared in the so-called ()xfoird movement under Newman and Pusey, and died February 28, 1836, a thorough but unhappy ascetic. Every day, according to his own account, he became "a less and less loyal son of the Reformation." His Remains (Lond. 1838, 4 volumes, 8vo) contain his Journal, Sermons, Essays on Rationalism, on Erastianism, on Becket, Henry II, etc. — Edinburgh Review, 67:525 sq.