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Obituaries of Unitarian Ministers 1850-1899, Index and Synopsis, compiled by Alan Ruston. Supplement: TUHS 23:4 (2006)

Obituaries of Unitarian Ministers 1900-1999, corrections and additions, Supplement: TUHS 23:3 (2005).

Individual A – Z

Robert Bakewell 1725-1795 agricultural reformer and Loughborough trustee

David Wykes 'Robert Bakewell (1725-1795) 0f Dishley: farmer and livestock improver' Agricultural History Review 52;1 (2004) 38-55

John Relly Beard

Head, Geoffrey 'The founders: John Relly Beard and William Gaskell' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004)pp. 30-51

Sir Neville Chamberlain. inventor of snooker

Notes: Sir Neville Chamberlain and Snooker, TUHS 23:4 (2006) 689-690;

Moncure Conway

Virginia Clark 'Moncure Conway and the 'Woman Question' Ethical Record: thge proceedings of the South bPlace Ethical Society' 105:9 (October 2000) 3-9

Joseph Cooke, Methodist Unitarian preacher

Joseph Cooke, transcript of a letter, TUHS 23:4 692-693.

Anne Dawson

Alan Rimmer 'Anne Dawson's Diary 1721-1722', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 575-583

John Disney

Thomas, D. O. 'John Disney's Diary. 1 January 1783-17 May 1784' with preface and introduction Enlightenment and Dissent 21(2002) 1-127

William Gaskell

Head, Geoffrey 'The founders: John Relly Beard and William Gaskell' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004)pp. 30-51

Alexander Gordon

Steers, A. D. G. 'Alexander Gordon: "An Irishman and, at heart, a citizen of Belfast' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004) pp. 77-104

Hill, Andrew M. 'Too soon forgotten: Sydney Herbert Mellone, 1868-1956' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004)pp. 105-120

Ruston, Alan 'A sandwich of principals: [Herbert] McLachlan, [Raymond V. ] Holt and [Fred] Kenworthy' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004) pp. 121-14

Mary Hays

Brooks, M. L. ed Mary Hays, Memoirs of Emma Courtney (Broadview Press 2000)

Raymond Vincent Holt

Ruston, Alan 'A sandwich of principals: [Herbert] McLachlan, [Raymond V. ] Holt and [Fred] Kenworthy' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004) pp. 121-14

Alan Ruston 'A Sandwich of Principals', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 629-632.

John Jebb

Page, Anthony 'Liberty has an asylum' History 87:286 (April 2002) 204-226

Page, Anthony John Jebb and the enlightenment origins of British radicalism (Westport, Connecticut and London, 2003)

Jeremiah Joyce 1763-1816

John Issit Jeremiah Joyce: Radical Dissenter and Writer (Ashgate 2006)

Fred Kenworthy

Ruston, Alan 'A sandwich of principals: [Herbert] McLachlan, [Raymond V. ] Holt and [Fred] Kenworthy' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004) pp. 121-14

Alan Ruston 'A Sandwich of Principals', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 629-632.

Theophilus Lindsey

GH Ditchfield 'The Preceptor of Nations Joseph Priestley and Theophilus Lindsey, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 495-512.

John Locke

De Beer, E. S. The correspondence of John Locke 8 volumes (Oxford) 1976-1989

Harrisoon and Laslett The library of John Locke 2nd ed (Oxford) 1971

Locke, John The reasonableness of Christianity ed. by John C. Higgins-Biddle (Oxford, 1999)

Locke, John The resonableness of Christianity ed. and introduced by Victor Nuovo (Bristol, 1997)

Marshall, John 'Locke, Socinianism, "Socinianism", and Unitarianism' in English philosophy in the age of Locke pp. 111-182

Nuovo, Victor [review of Higgins-Biddle's edition] The Locke Newsletter 31 (2000)

Nuovo, Victor 'Locke's theology, 1694-1704' English philosophy in the age of Locke pp. 183-215

Wooton, 'John Locke: Socinian or natural law theorist' in Crimmins, James E. ed. Religion, secularization and political thought: Thomas Hobbes to J. S. Mill (London, 1990)

Ramsey McDonald, lay preacher

Ramsey MacDonald, Unitarian Lay Preacher, TUHS 23:4 (2006) 690-692

Isaac Newton

Snobelen, Stephen D. 'Isaac Newton, heretic: the strategies of a Nicodemite' The British Journal for the History of Science, 32 (1999)

Snobelen, Stephen D. '"God of gods, and Lord of lords": the theology of Isaac Newton's general scholium to the Pricipia' Osiris 16 (2001) 191-6

Simon Frederick McDonald, Unitarian minister

George MacGregor-Reid

Alan Seaburg, The last Universalist Ministers in Britain: George MacGregor-Reid and Arthur Peacock, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 530- 562.

Harriet Martineau

Tony Cross 'Damning Sin she has no mind to: Harriet Martineau and William Taylor's reputation' TUHS 23:1 (2003) 465- 471.

James Martineau

Alan Ruston 'James Martineau - Political, Social, Personal', and two Reviews of books on Martineau, TUHS 23: 4 (2006) 671- 688.

Herbert McLachlan

Ruston, Alan 'A sandwich of principals: [Herbert] McLachlan, [Raymond V. ] Holt and [Fred] Kenworthy' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004) pp. 121-14

Alan Ruston 'A Sandwich of Principals', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 629- 632.

Sydney Mellone

Hill, Andrew M. 'Too soon forgotten: Sydney Herbert Mellone, 1868-1956' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004)pp. 105-120

Ruston, Alan 'A sandwich of principals: [Herbert] McLachlan, [Raymond V. ] Holt and [Fred] Kenworthy' in Len Smith and others Unitarian to the Core: Unitarian College Manchester, 1854-2004 (Carnegie Publishing, 2004) pp. 121-14

J. H. Muirhead

Andrew Brown, A Brush with the Unitarian Ministry: JH Muirhead, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 563- 567

Organ family of Frenchay

Andrew J. Plaster The Unitarian Organ Family and their Descendents (privately printed 2002) [same author has apparently written another book on the Organ family]

Tom Paine

Jeremy Goring 'Young Tom Paine: Wesleyan Methodist or Rational Dissenter? TUHS 23:1 472- 478.

Arthur Peacock

Alan Seaburg, The last Universalist Ministers in Britain: George MacGregor-Reid and Arthur Peacock, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 530- 562.

Thomas Percival

Audrey Burrell 'Thomas Percival - pioneer of medical and social reform', TUHS 23:4 (2006) 649- 662.

Joseph Priestley

GH Ditchfield 'The Preceptor of Nations Joseph Priestley and Theophilus Lindsey, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 495-512.

David L Wykes 'We have lived very quietly and comfortably here Joseph Priestley at Hackney September 1791- April 1794, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 513- 527.

Note: Priestley and the Hackney Congregation, TUHS 23:2 (2004) 528-529

Richard Price

Bahar, Saba 'Richard Price and the moral foundations of Mary Wollstonecraft's feminism' Enlightenment and Dissent 18 (1999) 1-15

Henry Solly

Notes: Henry Solly TUHS 23:1 485-486

Sydney Spencer

Frederick Hale 'Sidney Spencer on Christianity, Pacifiicsm and the Spanish Tragedy', TUHS 23:3 (2005) 595 -614, with Editor's note on Sidney Spencer (1888-1974).

Robert Rodolph Suffield

Tony Cross 'Robert Rodolph Suffield's Dominican decade (1860-1870)' Recusant History: a journal of reseacrh in reformation and post-reformation Catholic history in the British Isles 28:1 (May 2006)

John Taylor 1694-1761

G. T. Eddy Dr Taylor of Norwich: Wesley's arch-heretic (Epworth Press 2003)

William Taylor

Tony Cross 'Damning Sin she has no mind to: Harriet Martineau and William Taylor's reputation' TUHS 23:1 (2003) 465- 471.

Joshua Toulmin

David Wykes 'Joshua Toulmin (1740-815) Baptist minister, historian and religious radical' Baptist Quarterly 24:5 (January 2002) 224-243

Charles Wellbeloved 1769-1858 Unitarian minister

Thesis entitled 'The Reverend Charles Wellbeloved and Manchester College, York, 1803-1823, with special reference to "The Monthly Repository of Theology and general Literature".' [1968-1968] - York University Borthwick Institute ref. Thesis/51

Joseph Blanco White

[?author] Los perdedores de la historia de España "includes a full chapter on one of the most distinguished Spanish Unitarians, Jose Maria Blanco-White".

Mary Wollstonecraft

Portraits

John Opie Mary Wollstonecraft (c. 1792) Tate Gallery, London

John Opie Mary Wollstonecraft (1797) National Portrait Gallery, London

Bahar, Saba 'Richard Price and the moral foundations of Mary Wollstonecraft's feminism' Enlightenment and Dissent 18 (1999) 1-15

Godwin, William Memoirs of the author of a 'Vindication of the rights of women' (Peterborough, 2001) edited by Clemit, Pamela and Walker, Gina Luria.

Gordon, Lyndall Mary Wollstonecraft: a new genus (London, 2005)

Jacobs, Diane Her own woman: the life of Maray Wollstonecraft (New York and London, 2001)

Franklin, Caroline Mary Wollstonecraft: a literary life (Basingstoke, 2004)

Johnson, Claudia L. ed. The Cambridge companion to Mary Wollstonecraft (Cambridge, 2002)

Tayor, Barbara Mary Wollstonecraft and the feminist imagination (Cambridge, 2003)

Todd, Janet and Butler, Marilyn The works of Mary Wollstonecraft (7 vols. London, 1989)

Todd, Janet ed. The collected letters of Mary Wollstonecraft (London, 2003)

Zaw, Susan Khin 'The reasonable heart: Mary Wollstiencrafdt's view of the relation between reason and feeling in morality, moral psychology, and moral development' Hypatia 13:1 (Winter 1998) 78-117

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