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A Social History of the Nonconformist Ministry in England and Wales 1800-1930 Hardcover – 1 Jan 1997

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'By focusing on the statistical evidence, Brown has make a novel and important contribution to the history of Nonconformity.' Times Higher Education Supplement

`a welcome and important addition to the growing body of literature on nineteenth-century Nonconformity'English Historical Review

'a masterly and often humorous account' Barbara Godlee, Times Literary Supplement

'The strength of Dr Brown's book lies in its use of the material in college reports and in denominational literature. It is a model of how detailed analysis with a strong statistical base can be used to understand a mass of biographical material.R. W. Ambler, Lincolnshire History and Archaeology

'an important work of reference because of its range and thoroughness' David M. Thompson, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, Journal of Ecclesiastical History

'solidly researched and persuasively argued ... The statistical material Brown has compiled is very valuable and will ensure that the book continues to be widely used for many years to come.'Journal of Modern History 64 (JUne 1992)

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