Lingard


Lingard

Lingard, John, geb. 5. Febr. 1769 in Winchester, studirte in Douay, benutzte unter dem Consulate die Archive in Paris, wurde dann katholischer Priester in Newcastle am Tyne u. nachher Professor in Ushaw bei Durham; 1817 war er in Rom, um die Vaticanische Bibliothek zu benutzen, wurde nach seiner Rückkehr Caplan in Hornby bei Lancaster u. st. hier am 18. Juli 1851. Er schr.: Catholic loyalty vindicated, Lond. 1805; History and antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon church, ebd. 1806, 3. Aufl. 1845 (deutsch von Ritter, Berl. 1847); Documents to ascertain the sentiments of British catholics in former ages, ebd. 1812; Controversial acts, 1813.–.25; Strictures on Dr. Marh' s comparative view of the churches of England and Rome, ebd. 1815; History of England from the first invasion of the Romans to the year 1688, ebd. 1819 (deutsch von von Salis, fortgesetzt von Berly, Frankf. 1828.–1833, 15 Bde., u. Quedlinb. 1827–37, 10 Bde., 6. Ausgabe 1854);.Account of the Martyrs, 1836; New version of the four gospels with notes, 1836; Holy communion and ecclesiastical office; 1837. 1836 erschien von ihm anonym eine Übersetzung des Neuen Testaments.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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