Tractarian, brother of J. A. Froude, educated at Oriel College, Oxford, where he became a fellow. He collaborated with Newman in the early stages of the Oxford Movement. He contributed three of the Tracts for the Times and wrote poems contained in Lyra Apostolica. His Remains (1838–9), including strictures on the Reformers, aroused public hostility against the movement.
Subjects: Christianity — Literature.