Author:Augustus Jessopp

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Augustus Jessopp
D.D.; English cleric; Head master of King Edward VI School, Norwich; Rector of Scarning; Hon. Canon in Norwich Cathedral; Hon. Fellow of Worcestor College, Oxford; Hon. Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge
This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list on this page is complete to 1901.
Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "A. J."
Augustus Jessopp


  • John Donne, Essays in divinity (1855) edited with notes.
  • Ad clerum. The fragments of primitive liturgies and confessions of faith (1872) [1]
  • One generation of a Norfolk house [the Walpoles of Houghton] (1879) [2]
  • Norwich (1884) [3]
  • Arcady for Better or Worse (1890) [4]
  • The Trials of a Country Parson (1891) [5]
  • Studies by a recluse, in cloister, town, and country ([pref. 1893]) [6]
  • Random Roaming, and Other Papers (1894) [7]
  • The Coming of the Friars (1895) [8], multiple impressions
  • John Donne Sometime Dean of St. Paul's A. D. 1621-1631 (1897) [9]
  • Frivola: Simon Ryan, and other papers (1907) [10]
  • Before the Great Pillage: With Other Miscellanies (1910) [11]
  • England's peasantry and other essays ([1914]) [12]

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