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The Protestant Crusade in Great Britain 1829–1860$

John Wolffe

Print publication date: 1991

Print ISBN-13: 9780198201991

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The Protestant Crusade in Great Britain 1829–1860
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Place of publication is London unless otherwise stated.

I. Primary Sources


(i) Records of Protestant Societies

Brief notes are given on the privately owned records of the societies: the author would be pleased to answer enquiries.

Evangelical Alliance: extensive minute-books from a range of committees, regional committees, and subcommittees survive at the Alliance's London headquarters for the period from 1845 but did not prove to be of much value for the present work.

National Club: (deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford), minutes for 1847–54; printed circulars.

Protestant Alliance: it was not possible to obtain access to any records.

Protestant Association: no records have been traced.

British (Protestant) Reformation Society: an unbroken sequence of minute-books covering the whole period examined in this book survives in the custody of the present secretary.

Scottish Reformation Society: the following records were consulted at the Society's Edinburgh headquarters: minutes from 1853; minutes of the Anti-Popery Committee of the Free Church, 1850–4; Branches Associations Book.

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