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Francis William Newman

English scholar and writer
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Francis William Newman (27 June 18054 October 1897), the younger brother of Cardinal Newman, was an English scholar and miscellaneous writer.


  • People sometimes forget that there are vegetables and vegetables. There are vegetables that have not so much nutriment in them; but there are others – all the farinaceous foods such as wheat and barley – which contain a greater amount of nutriment than beef or any other animal meat.

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