Acton circle 1864-1871 : The Chronicle and The North British Review by Guy A. Ryan

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  • Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, -- Baron, -- 1834-1902.,
  • Chronicle (London),
  • North British Review.

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Statementby Guy A. Ryan.
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Paginationv, 421 leaves.
Number of Pages421
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Open LibraryOL18254911M

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Catholicism, the literary endeavors of the Acton Circle did not come to an end in but continued in the pages of the Chronicle and later in the North British Review.

This article is intended to give a brief account of the first of these periodicals: the short-lived but scholarly weekly, the Chronicle.

In Acton published many essays and reviews in the Chronicle, a short-lived weekly. One essay was provoked by the announcement from Rome that on the 1,th anniversary of the martyrdoms of the apostles Peter and Paul the infamous Spanish inquisitor.

15 “The Borgias and their latest Historian” in The North British Review, Jan. reprinted in Acton, Historical Essays and Studies, See p. 83 for Acton's judgment on Alexander VI: “His purpose was not to dismember the state, but to consolidate part of it in such a way that his descendants should be the servants and yet the masters of his successors, and a dynasty of Borgias Cited by: 1.

John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton, 13th Marquess of Groppoli, KCVO, DL (10 January – 19 June ), was an English Catholic historian, politician, and writer. He was the only son of Sir Ferdinand Dalberg-Acton, 7th Baronet, and a grandson of the Neapolitan admiral and prime minister Sir John Acton, 6th Baronet.

Between and he was known as Sir John Dalberg Born: John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 10. ACTON, JOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG Historian; b. Naples, Italy, Jan. 10, ; d. Tegernsee, Bavaria, J The later eighth baronet and first baron, Acton was the only child of Sir Richard Acton and Marie Louise Pellini de Dalberg.

At the age of three, upon the death of his father, he succeeded to a baronetcy in England. With his mother as his guardian, he was brought to his estate. Founds, edits, and concludes The Home and Foreign Review. Pius IX. issued Quanta Cura, with appended Syllabus Errorum.

– M.P. for Bridgnorth Marries Countess Marie Arco-Valley. – Writes for The Chronicle. Created Baron Acton. – Writes for North British Review.

– Vatican Council. journal was founded inThe Chronicle, which survived a year only. The last liberal journal of the nineteenth century in England was the North British Review where Acton continued to write articles.

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(For evidence of Acton's insight into Italian matters, see articles in the Chronicle,and hitherto unpublished correspondence with T. Wetherell.)On his return from Italy, Acton settled at the family seat at Aldenham, Shropshire, beginning to collect there the.

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The Chronicle, for which he had written so often, came to an end in But the same editor, Mr. Wetherell, took over next year the North British Review, to which Acton contributed a learned essay on the Massacre of Saint Bartholomew, marshalling the facts in favour of the theory that the murder of the Huguenots had been premeditated at Rome.

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