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This pamphlet is by John Wesley, one of the founders of Methodism. It contains instructions for how his followers should...
A tiny notice near the bottom of the fourth column of this page of the Bury and Norwich Post reports the conviction of M...
Manuscript, Letter, Ephemera Created date: 6 December 1859
George Eliot wrote this letter to the Swiss artist François D’Albert Durade at the end of 1859. Earlier in the ye...
Manuscript Created date: 1857-58
This is the manuscript for George Eliot’s first full-length novel, Adam Bede (1859). It tells of carpenter Adam’s love f...
From its earliest years, the Methodist movement held an annual Conference. These volumes, published between 1862 and 186...
This review of Adam Bede appeared in The Morning Chronicle in February 1859, shortly after the book was published. The i...
Book, Illustration, Image
The Book of the Farm is a work on agricultural practices in mid-19th century England by Henry Stephens. The book was pub...
John Wesley (1703–1791) was a clergyman and one of the founders of Methodism, along with his brother Charles. This biogr...
‘The Natural History of German Life’ is a review by George Eliot of two books by the German writer W H Riehl. However, t...