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Henry Wellesley (1794–1866)

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Henry Wellesley
Born1794 (1794)
Park Lane London
Died1866 (aged 71–72)
NationalityUnited Kingdom
OccupationReverend and Principal
Known forson of a member of the House of Lords

Henry Wellesley was a British scholar, who held senior positions at Oxford University, and who is remembered for authoring several books.[1] He was the fifth and last child of Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley and Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Roland. His parents married, but after all their children were born, so Wellesley's sons could not inherit his titles.[2]

Wellesley was Principal of Oxford University's New Inn Hall, curator of the Bodleian Library, curator of Ashmolean Museum and Taylor Institute.[2]

Two of the books he is known for are Anthologica Polyglotta (1849) and Stray Notes of Shakespeare (1865).[3]


  1. ^ "Dr Rev Henry Wellesley (Biographical details)". British Museum. Retrieved 2018-05-25. Son of Marquess Richard Wellesley (q.v.) a\nd Hyacinth Roland (q.v). Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford, curator of the Bodleian Library, curator of Ashmolean Museum and Taylor Institute.
  2. ^ a b Alfred Webb (1878). "A Compendium of Irish Biography: Comprising Sketches of Distinguished Irishmen, and of Eminent Persons Connected with Ireland by Office Or by Their Writings". M.H. Gill & son. Retrieved 2018-05-25. The Marquis left no legitimate children. His son Henry Wellesley, D.D. (born 1792; died 1866), Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford, the author of several works, was a man of the most cultivated tastes; his knowledge of Spanish and Italian art and literature 'was supreme'.
  3. ^ John McClintock, James Strong (1891). Cyclopædia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 12. Harper & Brothers. p. 902. Retrieved 2018-05-25. He was the author of Anthologica Polyglotta; or, A Selection of Versions in Various Languages, Chiefly from the Greek Anthology (1849);--and Stray Notes of Shakespeare (1865).CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
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