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The poor of Bognor, 1790-1870

Michael A. H. Gowler

The poor of Bognor, 1790-1870

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Published by Bognor Regis Local History Society in [Bognor Regis] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poverty -- England -- Bognor Regis -- History -- 18th century.,
  • Poverty -- England -- Bognor Regis -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Poor -- England -- Bognor Regis -- History -- 18th century.,
  • Poor -- England -- Bognor Regis -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Bognor Regis (England) -- Economic conditions -- History -- 18th century.,
  • Bognor Regis (England) -- Economic conditions -- History -- 19th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 63.

    StatementMichael A.H. Gowler.
    ContributionsBognor Regis Local History Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV4086.B64 G68 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 66 p. :
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17217099M
    ISBN 100950745537
    OCLC/WorldCa31708929

    His work on the Diaries was now virtually complete, and he was an obvious choice to lead the New Dictionary of National Biography, a project of the Oxford University Press with support from the British Academy. A similar dilemma had faced Gladstone, who early on was forced to abandon his ideal of a mono-denominational state in favour of one dedicated to religious pluralism. In origin at least, the present volume is no more than a local tribute, though it does of course spring from one of the Victorian institutions to which Colin was so devotedly loyal throughout his adult life: that house of many mansions known as the Oxford History Faculty. We hope, then, that whilst the essays which follow are of course independent works in their own right, they may also be read as a collective statement, a response to a fundamental conundrum which, like Oxford itself, accompanied Colin throughout life. He trained as a doctor and became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in and a Fellow in Colin Matthew Oxford,

    It was a case of evolution by accretion. This he did. She had four children. William Ray He was a shopkeeper in Worlingworth, Suffolk. Rather, the challenge she presented had to be faced and worked through. By this time his career and reputation had really begun to roll.

    We became close friends quickly and began to talk a lot about our work, and history and politics more generally. He found one. Of course, this consensus or sense of position is in no way a local Oxonian property. I read the introductions to the successive volumes of the Gladstone diaries and most of the entries Colin did for the new Dictionary of National Biography— but as an educated lay reader whose function was largely to point out things other readers might not follow. He inherited the garden in Wallington his father had created and he himself helped to develop.


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The poor of Bognor, 1790-1870 book

He was, however, unambiguously hostile to its economic and social policies. She married Harvey Dickinson; they had no children. They lived in London. We were also both preparing our doctorates for publication. He inherited the garden in Wallington his father had created and he himself helped to develop.

Bognor Regis

He asked friends for advice as to whether he should take the position, and some demurred, mainly because they hoped that he would devote himself full-time to the big book he wanted to write on nineteenth-century political culture.

Rather, the challenge she presented had to be faced and worked through. He joined in youthful activities with unaffected pleasure, and yet—thanks partly to a slightly abstracted air—managed never to seem de trop.

He found one. More likely he cultivated a reputation for keenness at games as a cover for what today would be called his feminine side. Colin then read the essay and was impressed by the argument.

Honed and polished to a degree, but sonorous at the last, they established him as a consummate stylist. Like many public schools of the day Sedbergh was tough and rather hearty, its ethos as rugged as that of the surrounding North Yorkshire terrain, and there was a heavy emphasis on sport, especially rugger and running.

This Whiggish and Scottish Enlightenment sense of the continuity between past and present was in many ways unfashionable, and was one of the characteristics that gave his work its originality. He married Louisa Hahn who was the sister of Frederick Hahn Lucy M.

An essential element in the way both of us worked was to talk about what we were doing. He felt it his civic duty to provide accurate and luminous scholarship, which would in turn have tangible political consequences.

Politics and Culture in Victorian Britain: Essays in Memory of Colin Matthew

He was now more open and communicative than I had ever known him. Even the prospect of such a discussion seemed to clarify things. His African experience was formative in many ways, the most important of which was that he met his future wife, Sue Curry, who was teaching at Machame on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro.

His most delicate assignment in this respect occurred near the beginning, in the Introductions to volumes iii and iv.

Colin was also required to teach late nineteenth- and twentiethcentury European history for the Oxford history syllabus and this again suggested to him how far Britain was in fact a European state. After returning to Oxford in he embarked on a diploma in economics and politics, but soon exchanged that for research into late Victorian and Edwardian history.

A few on the left were committed ideologically, while many more affected a witty and nihilistic Toryism. He drew on his electroplating knowledge to propose that the plates for printing notes should be made by an electrolytic process that reproduced the design from a single master thus ensuring that all notes were identical, which had not been the case before.

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