Lisa MacDonald, Cries in the Night, charcoal sketch,12 x 16"; the artist has explained to me that the sketch shows the old TB sanatorium in Hamilton ON as it sat empty for decades before being recently torn down. I would like to thank the artist for her permission to reproduce 24 October Plumley Press, c, xviii, p.
The additional name was rarely used subsequently. Inat the age of 14, Lang sat and passed his matriculation examinations. Despite his youth, he began his studies at the University of Glasgow later that year. Long afterwards Lang commented on the inability of some of these eminent figures to handle "the Scottish boors who formed a large part of their classes".
Lang was most strongly influenced by Caird, who gave the boy's mind "its first real awakening".
Lang recalled how, in a revelation as he was passing through Kelvingrove Parkhe expressed aloud his sudden conviction that: A visit to King's College Chapel persuaded Lang that he should study at the College; the following January he sat and passed the entrance examination.
When he discovered that as part of his degree studies he would be examined in mathematics, his enthusiasm disappeared. Instead, he applied to Balliol CollegeOxford, and was essays for ross mckibbin.
In his first term he successfully sat for the Brakenbury Scholarship, described by his biographer John Gilbert Lockhart as "the Blue Ribbon of history scholarship at any University of the British Isles".
His contemporary Robert Cecil recorded that Lang's "progressive" opinions were somewhat frowned upon by traditional Torieswho nevertheless respected his ability. He spent so much time on these duties that he was chided by the Master of Balliol, Benjamin Jowettfor neglecting his studies.
Robsona future Attorney-Generalwhose "vehement radicalism was an admirable stimulus and corrective to [Lang's] liberal Conservatism".
He attended services at the nonconformist City Temple church and sometimes went to St Paul's Cathedral. Of his life at that time he said: Eventually the question entered Lang's mind: By his own account, during the sermon he was gripped by "a masterful inward voice" which told him "You are wanted.
With the help of an All Souls contact, the essential step of his confirmation into the Church of England was supervised by the Bishop of Lincoln. He rejected an offer of the chaplaincy of All Souls as he wanted to be "up and doing" in a tough parish. He later moved next door, into a condemned property which became his home for his remaining service in Leeds.
On 24 May he was ordained to full priesthood.
Other offers were open to him; the Bishop of Newcastle wished to appoint him vicar of the cathedral church in Newcastle and Benjamin Jowett wished him to return to Balliol as a tutor in theology. Lang chose Magdalen; the idea of being in charge of young men who might in the future achieve positions of responsibility was attractive to him and, in Octoberwith many regrets, he left Leeds.
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