Report of the Lancashire and Cheshire Unitarian missionary society.
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Published by Printed by Robert Smith in Manchester .
Written in English


  • Unitarian Missionary Society.,
  • Unitarianism.

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Provincial Assembly of Presbyterian and Unitarian Ministers and Congregations of Lancashire and Cheshire. Report Merseyside District Missionary AssociationAnnual Report of for Northwest Provincial Assembly6th of May, Gateacre Chapel continues collaboration with the Gateacre Society and hosts a variety of free talks on. Chorlton-cum-Hardy is a suburban area of Manchester, England, three miles ( km) southwest of the city centre. Chorlton ward had a population of 14, at the census, and Chorlton P By the 9th century, there was an Anglo-Saxon settlement here. In the Middle Ages, improved drainage methods led to population the late Victorian and Edwardian periods, its rural Metropolitan borough: Manchester. The Unitarian College was established in Manchester on 31 May Its original title was the Unitarian Home Missionary Board, reflecting its initial purpose and objectives. Prior to this, there had been a college in Manchester for the training of Unitarian ministers, but this moved from Manchester to London the previous year. The collection includes letters from fellow students at the Unitarian College, Manchester and from Rev. Alexander Gordon (). The material additionally details the activities of the Presbyterian College, Carmarthen and its relationship to the Presbyterian Fund and the affairs of the Dr. Williams's Trust of which Pearson was a trustee for some years.

Lancashire and Cheshire. A WAYFARER’S NOTES IN THE PALATINE COUNTIES, HISTORICAL, LEGENDARY, GENEALOGICAL, AND DESCRIPTIVE. BY JAMES CROSTON, F.S.A. Fellow of the Royal Historical Society of Great Britain; Member of the Architectural, Archæological and Historic Society of Chester; Member of the Council of the Record Society. The list of Gordon's publications runs to sixty pages in the bibliography. McLachlan's The Unitarian Home Missionary College () gives details of his Principalship. G.E. Evans, Record of the Provincial Assembly of Lancashire and Cheshire () gives a full breakdown of Gordon's career up to provided from his own notes. Lowe, J. ‘The case of Hindley Chapel, ’ Transactions of Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society for 67 () Herford, R. Travers and Evans, E. D. Priestley Historical sketch of the North and East Lancashire Unitarian Mission and its affiliated churches (Bury, ) pp. Hollywood, see Birmingham, Kingswood. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY. Lancashire, on its south and south–east, is bounded by the county of Chester, the division for about 50 miles, i.e., from Stockport to Liverpool, being the river Mersey; on the west is the Irish Sea; on the east, up to Graygarth Fell, in the parish of Tunstall, lies Yorkshire; from thence to the waters of Morecambe Bay the boundary is formed by Yorkshire and.

The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone. Higham Methodist Church: Missionary Society accounts (D) Hognaston United Reformed Church: record book, minutes, cradle roll and financial records (D) Holmewood Bethel Wesleyan Methodist Church, Chesterfield: registers, minutes and collection papers (D). "MANCHESTER, a city, a township, a district, a parish, and a diocese in Lancashire. The city stands at an intersection of Roman roads, on the rivers Irwell, Irk, and Medlock, at the termini of varions canals, and at a convergence of railways, 31 miles W by N of Liverpool, 85 . As theatrical forms of rational recreation and missionary education, each is embedded in the Protestant religious culture predominant in Britain at the time which, as Max Weber famously asserted in his classic work The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, accelerated the historical development of capitalism across Europe and its Cited by: 1.