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Keble

[ kee-buhl ]

noun

  1. John, 1792–1866, English clergyman and poet.


Keble

/ ˈkiːbəl /

noun

  1. KebleJohn17921866MEnglishRELIGION: clergyman John. 1792–1866, English clergyman. His sermon on national apostasy (1833) is considered to have inspired the Oxford Movement


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I have just bought Mr. Keble's "Christian Year," a volume of sweet poetry that perhaps you know.

His words are remarkable: "We do not now sit here to take our rules of evidence from Siderfin and Keble."

Keble desired an England "more superstitious, more bigoted, more gloomy, more fierce in its religion."

The above sentence refers to the paralytic attack Mr. Keble had on November 30, 1864.

John Keble: rather presumptuous to give such a name, but I thought he would not have been named here by it for many hours.

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