RICHARD HURRELL FROUDE, Anglican priest, born (d: 1836); Anglican priest and an early leader of the Oxford Movement. He was the son of Archdeacon R.H. Froude and the elder brother of historian James Anthony Froude, and a friend of John Keble and John Henry Newman, with whom he collaborated on the Lyra Apostolica, a collection of religious poems. After his death, Newman and other friends edited the Remains, a collection of Froude’s letters and journals. Sexually, Froude is typical of Newman’s Oxford movement: a lot of sighing and groaning, an appreciation of the beauty of youth (male), and no physical sex