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Dr. John Walker and the Sufferings of the clergy, by G. B. Tatham
Bib ID 665752
Format BookBook
Author
Tatham, Geoffrey Bulmer
 
Description Cambridge, University Press, 1911 
vii, 429 p. 19 cm. 
Series

Cambridge historical essays. No. XX

Full contents
  • The genesis of the work.
  • Contemporary criticism.
  • Walker as an historian.
  • Appendix: I. Calendar of the Walker collection of mss. in the Bodleian library. II. Two letters from John Walker. III. A list of the principal printed authorities cited by Walker in part I of the Sufferings of the clergy.
 
Notes

The Prince Consort prize, 1910.

Subjects Walker, John, 1674?-1747. An attempt towards recovering an account of the numbers and sufferings of the clergy.  |  Church of England -- History.
Other authors/contributors Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Walker

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