The Dissidence of Dissent: The Monthly Repository, 1806-1838
University of North Carolina Press, 1944 - 458 pages
This book covers the entire range of theMonthly Repository, founded as an organ of the Unitarian movement, and gives a detailed exposition of its contents and the activities of its editors and contributors. Introductory chapters contain an account of the inception and growth of the Unitarian movement in England and a comprehensive survey of English religious periodicals of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Originally published in 1944.
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