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Mozley, James Bowling (1813-78), theological writer, was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, and became fellow of Magdalen and Regius Professor of divinity. He also held a canonry at Worcester. Chief among his works are his Bampton lectures on Miracles (1865), his Theory of Development, in answer to Newman, and Essays, Historical and Theological (1871), written in a scholarly but ultra-conservative vein.