'These Eighty Years': Volume 2

'These Eighty Years': Volume 2 : Or, The Story of an Unfinished Life

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Henry Solly (1813-1903) was a British Unitarian minister and social reformer who supported universal suffrage, the abolition of slavery and free education. He is remembered today for his contribution to the development of the working-class movement in late Victorian Britain, and especially for being involved in the foundation of institutions such as Working Men's Clubs, the Charity Organization Society and the Garden City movement. First published in 1893, this two-volume autobiography combines the account of Solly's personal life as a Unitarian minister and father of five with the various social, religious and educational movements he was involved with during his career as an activist. Volume 2 focuses on Solly's later life as a minister and social campaigner, describing the development of the Club movement and other radical initiatives which would benefit the working classes in the nineteenth century.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1139094165
  • 9781139094160

Table of contents

1. Life at Shepton Mallet; 2. Life at Cheltenham; 3. Ministry at Carter Lane and London experiences; 4. Life at Lancaster; 5. First experiences in club and institute work in London; 6. Development of club movement; 7. Club work continued; 8. Club movement vicissitudes; 9. Another social club organization, etc.; 10. Trade unions; 11. Trades Guild of Learning; 12. Social and Political Education League, etc.; 13. Conclusion.show more