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by David Greenwood Jeremy and Kerr Alex Eds. Blamires
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- Author: David Greenwood Jeremy and Kerr Alex Eds. Blamires
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- Publisher: David Blamires (1985)
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Miscellany, p. 61-170.
Miscellany, p. Audio clip: Talk by Edward H Milligan to the Friends Historical Society "Biography as the foundation of history" 14 February 2008. MP3 file: 3. mb - 42 Minutes.
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Quakers observed in verse and prose, by David Blamires. Cushions on every other bench: a basis for rapprochement among American Friends, by Tom Bodine. The ramblings of a recording clerk, by Geoffrey Bowes. Local variations in Quaker meeting houses' by David Butler. Quakers and Muggletonians in seventeenth-century Ireland, by Kenneth L. Carroll. Wounded healers: ministry and pastoral care in a broken world, by Jo Farrow (Quaker). Miscellany, p.
Thomas Rickman in France, by Alex Kerr. The essence of Friends House: a view from the centre, by Jon North. Women in the Society of Friends, by Janet Scott.
This includes: "A bibliography of the writings of Edward H Milligan to 1984" by David Hall and Malcolm Thomas. The diversity of his interests and the erudition of his friends is shown by the contents of the Miscellany: E. H. M. at Yearly Meeting 1984. Photograph by Roger Haworth, courtesy The Friend. My! How you've grown!'", by Chris Barber. Thomas Rickman in France, by Alex Kerr.
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Charles Dickens’ life was staggeringly busy and various. This new miscellany will give readers a chance to get to know the man and his work through his work and its major themes. With carefully chosen quotations from the novels but also from his sketches and journalism, discover what Dickens had to say about the big issues like Crime, The Family, Education and Money. Meet here, too, those wonderful characters that have been handed down to us like the real figures of history – Mr Micawber, Fagin, Miss Havisham, David Copperfield and many more. What is it that made Dickens special?