Evangelical party and the anti-Catholic in Wolverhampton, 1830-1870.

by Jeremy D. Walters in [s.l.]

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  • Dalton, William.

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This article formspart of a larger study of the Rev. William Dalton and his association with the local Evangelical party within the Church of England. Evangelical Nonconformity is not the concern of this paper.

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