Maguire, Rev. Robert
Rev. Robert Maguire D. D. (1826-1890), was born in Dublin, Ireland. He graduated with honors from Trinity College, Dublin. He was a Rector at St. James, Clerkenwell and then St. Olave, Southwark. He was an evangelical, a temperance worker, and a very popular speaker.
Books that he wrote:
- The Miracles of Christ.
- (Trans.) The Abbé Laborde in Rome.
- (Ed.) Bunyan's Holy War with Notes.
- (Ed.) Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress: with Notes.
- A Chapter for the Living, a Memoir of a Student of King's College.
- The Discussion of Exter Hall on the Sunday Question between R. Maguire and J. B. Langley.
- Expository Lectures on Bunyan's Holy War.
- The Grounded Staff: a Series of Morning Lectures.
- History of the Early Irish Church.
- The Immaculate Conception of the B. V. Mary Historically Reviewed.
- John Hampton's Home.
- Lyra Evangelica: Hymns Original and Selected.
- Man His Likeness and His Greatness.
- (Trans.) Melodies of the Fatherland; from the German.
- The Miracles of Christ: Expositions.
- Mottos for the Million.
- Notes and Queries on the Keystone of Popery, the Creed of Pope Pius IV.
- One Hundred Defects of the Mass.
- The "Oxford Movement" Strictures on the "Personal Reminisces" of Dr. Newman.
- Perversion and Conversion, or Cause and Effect.
- Self: its Dangers, Doubts, and Duties.
- Sermons on the Seven Churches of Asia.
- Sighs and Songs of Earth, and other Poems.
- St. Peter Non-Roman in His Mission, Ministry, and Martyrdom.
- Temperance Landmarks: a Narrative of the Work and Workers.
- Things Present and Things to Come.
- Transubstantiation, A Tractarian Doctrine.
- Twenty Contrasts between the Sacrifice of the Mass and the Lord's Supper.
- What Does Popery Want Here?
The booklist is combined from:
1. John Foster Kirk, A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors,vol. 2 (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1899), 1062-1063.
2. Sidney Lee, ed., Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 12 (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1909), 776.