National Apostasy.J. H. Newman later called this the beginning of the Oxford movement . From 1836 he held the living of Hursley, Hampshire. His works include an edition of Richard Hooker's works (1836), a life of Bishop Wilson (1863), the Oxford Psalter (1839) and Lyra Innocentium: Thoughts in Verse on Children (1846). Among his poems are the well-known hymns Red o'er the Forest, New Every Morning Is Thy Love, and Sun of My Soul.
See biographies by J. T. Coleridge (1869) and W. Lock (1892); study by G. Battiscombe (1964).
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