A Different Kind of Gentleman: Parish Clergy As Professional Men in Early and Mid-Victorian England (Studies in British History & Culture, Vol 5) download epub
by Brian A. Heeney
Brian Heeney, Conference on British Studies, Wittenberg University. Studies in British history and culture.
Brian Heeney, Conference on British Studies, Wittenberg University. Archon Books, for the Conference on British Studies and Wittenberg University. 0208016058,0208016058. This item appears on. List: Religion in Nineteenth Century Britain (THEO2027) (THEO3030) (V82213) (V83213).
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Several of the earliest polemicists, like Morgan Godwyn, were interested first in evangelisation and secondly in slavery. B. Heaney, A Different Kind of Gentleman. Parish Clergy as ‘Professional’ Men in Early and Mid-Victorian England (Hamden, Conn. 1 The colony of Sierra Leone was founded as much to spread Christianity in Africa as to cut off the slave trade at its source. Both the death of missionary Smith in Demerara in 1824, and the imprisonment of missionary Knibb in Jamaica in 1832, had a major political impact on the campaign against West Indian slavery.
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Professor Brian Heeney, born 1933, was the Academic Vice-President and .
Professor Brian Heeney, born 1933, was the Academic Vice-President and Provost of Trent University. He came to Trent in 1971 to become the Master of Champlain College and a member of the History Department. He later became the director of the Bata Library and was appointed Academic Vice-President and Provost September 1, 1981. Throughout his career Heeney's interest lay in the study of the religious and social history of Victorian England. The book constitutes Volume V of the Studies in British History and Culture Series, published for The Conference on British Studies and Wittenburg University by Archon Books. Title based on the creator of the fonds.
Victorian England is often seen as an era of stability for marital and family life. In reality, it was a period of significant legal and social change that opened the way for the introduction of the modern family court system. In reality, it was a period of significant legal and social change that opened the way for the introduction of the modern family court system more. Victorian England is often seen as an era of stability for marital and family life. It was a time and place where women had very few legal rights in regards to divorce and matrimonial property
A Study of History is a 12-volume universal history by the British historian Arnold J. Toynbee, published in 1934–61.
A Study of History is a 12-volume universal history by the British historian Arnold J. It received enormous popular attention but according to historian Richard J. Evans, "enjoyed only a brief vogue before disappearing into the obscurity in which it has languished.
Victorian culture created a home and work dichotomy that symbolized purity and murky territories
Victorian culture created a home and work dichotomy that symbolized purity and murky territories. There are three important factors that created these shifts that need to be analyzed: generational, economic, and world politics. Early on the Victorian period had relative peace, meaning Britain was not involved in major conflicts.
Victorian era, in British history, the period between approximately 1820 . Most Victorian Britons were Christian.
Victorian era, in British history, the period between approximately 1820 and 1914, corresponding roughly but not exactly to the period of Queen Victoria’s reign (1837–1901) and characterized by a class-based society, a growing number of people able to vote, a growing state and economy, and Britain’s status as the most powerful empire in the world. Men were meant to participate in politics and in paid work, while women were meant to run households and raise families.