Men of the Time, eleventh edition/Arnold, Frederick

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ARNOLD, The Rev. Frederick, born at Cheltenham in 1833, graduated B.A. at Christ Church Oxford, (2nd Class Classics (Mods.), and 1st class Law and Modern History.) He was for some time editor of the Literary Gazette, and afterwards of the Churchman's Family Magazine. He is the author of "The Public Life of Lord Macaulay;" "Path on Earth to Gates of Heaven;" "Christ Church Days," a story in 2 vols.; "Our Bishops and Deans," 2 vols., 1875; and "Turning Points in Life," 1882. He has also written a " History of Greece," and a work on "Oxford and Cambridge" for the Religious Tract Society. Mr. Arnold's "Piccadilly Papers" appeared monthly in London Society for many years. He has alao contributed to the "Encyclopædia Britannica," and Smith's "Dictionary of Christian Biography."