Loading
Loading

Results

Sort By:  1-10 of 11 (2 pages)
Results per page:
         
...Glasier, John Bruce Morris, William John Bruce Glasier was born in Glasgow on 25 March 1859 and died in London on 4 June 1920. The son of a farmer and cattle dealer from Ayrshire in Scotland, he was trained as an architectural draftsman...
... Marsh Joss , Word Crimes: Blasphemy, Culture, and Literature in Nineteenth-Century England ( Chicago , 1998). Nash David , Blasphemy in Modern Britain, 1789 to the Present ( Aldershot , 1999). Smith Olivia , The Politics of Language 1791–1819 ( Oxford , 1984). Wood Marcus , Radical Satire and Print Culture, 1790–1822 ( Oxford , 1994)....
...Webb, Sidney Webb, Martha Beatrice, Beatrice Potter was born at Standish House in Gloucestershire on 22 January 1858 and died at Pasefield, Hampshire on 20 April 1943. Her father, a wealthy businessman with both political and intellectual...
...Canning, George George Canning was born in London on 11 April 1770, the son of a struggling barrister from Ireland who left his widow in such a state of financial embarrassment that she was compelled to take up the socially questionable...
...Carpenter, Edward Edward Carpenter was born in Brighton on 29 August 1844 and died in Guildford on 29 June 1929. Educated in Brighton and then at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, he became a Clerical Fellow of that college and was ordained in 1870....
...Herbert, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux Auberon Edward William Molyneaux Herbert, the younger son of the third Earl of Canarvon, was born in Highclere, Hampshire on 18 June 1838 and died in Ringwood in the same county on 5 November 1906...
...George, Henry Henry George was born in Philadelphia on 2 September 1839 and died in New York City on 29 October 1897. His family was of the lower middle class and the atmosphere of his home was pervaded by its strong commitment...
... against the Sacred ( New York , 1993). Marsh Joss , Word Crimes: Blasphemy, Culture, and Literature in Nineteenth-Century England ( Chicago , 1998). Nash David , Blasphemy in Modern Britain, 1789 to the Present ( Aldershot , 1999). Odgers W....
...Oastler, Richard Richard Oastler was born in Leeds on 20 December 1789 and died in Harrogate, Yorkshire on 22 August 1861. After early training as an architect, Oastler succeeded his father as steward of the Fixby Hall estate in his native...
...Empson, William Jeffrey, Francis William Empson was born in 1791 (no record has been found of the place or exact date of his birth) and died at Haileybury, Hertfordshire on 10 December 1852. He was educated at Winchester and Trinity...