3 edition of Calendar of the papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 found in the catalog.
Calendar of the papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845
Rhodes House Library.
|Statement||by Patricia M. Pugh.|
|Series||Special series - List and Index Society ; v. 13, Special series (List & Index Society) ;, v. 13.|
|LC Classifications||CD1042.A2 L56 vol. 13, Z6616.B97 L56 vol. 13, HV28.B8 L56 vol. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||80504116|
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Get this from a library. Calendar of the papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, [Patricia Pugh; Rhodes House Library.]. A handlist, Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton by Patricia M. Pugh, List & Index Society, Special Series, Volume 13 (London, Swift Printers (Sales) Ltd., ) is also available in 1786-1845 book library reading room.
Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (), philanthropist, received his higher education from at Trinity College, Dublin, where he received 1786-1845 book university gold medal.
Inhe married Hannah Gurney, by whom he had three sons and two daughters, though his eldest son and two other children died in Papers of Sir Thomas Foxwell Buxton Acquisition of papers of Sir Thomas Foxwell Buxton (), one of the most prominent British philanthropists of the early 19th century and William Wilberforce's chosen successor as leader of the anti-slavery party in the House of Commons.
Memoirs of Calendar of the papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton Thomas Fowell Buxton, baronet. With selections from his correspondence. Edited by his son, Charles Buxton Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, [ Book, Microform: ] View online At 9 libraries.
Thomas Fowell Buxton. THOMAS FOWELL BUXTON () Reformer and politician. Thomas Fowell Buxton was descended from a line of land owning merchants.
His grand-father Isaac married Sarah Fowell of Fowelscombe, Devon, and from then on the eldest son took the name ‘Fowell’.
Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, + guide book. This is a collection of papers of Thomas Fowell Buxton from his college days at Trinity College until his death in It includes his letters and personal material for his books The African Slave Trade () and the Remedy ().
Papers of the American Slave Trade. Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (), philanthropist, received his higher education from at Trinity College, Dublin, where he received the university gold medal.
Inhe married Hannah Gurney, by whom he had three sons and two daughters, though his. Get this from a library. Calendar of the papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, [P M Pugh]. Get Calendar of the papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton from a library.
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The Thomas Fowell Buxton Society has been set up to advance the education of the public on the achievements of Thomas Fowell Buxton, who led the fight to abolish slavery, following on from William Wilberforce and Thomas Clarkson and many others who valiantly persuaded the British people that the slave trade was evil and had to be abolished.
Although the Buxtons did not apparently move to Leytonstone House untilit is possible that Ellen’s great-grandfather, Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (1st Baronet, – ), knew the house, and perhaps even lodged there, when visiting political associates such as Sansom. The social conscience of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton () developed as he operated a brewery in Spitalfields, nineteenth-century London's poorest parish.
His interest and research on penal discipline brought him national prominence and Author: David Bruce. Calendar of the Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton by Patricia M. Pugh, Thomas Fowell Buxton; Anti-Slavery Collection, 18thth Centuries, from the Library of the Society of Friends (p. August 29th - Thomas and Hannah's fourth son, Thomas Fowell Buxton is born.
Autumn - After careful consideration Thomas agrees to take on the Anti-Slavery Committee. • Thomas and Sir James Mackintosh campaign for a reduction in the number of crimes that have the death penalty. Several Bills are rejected.
• Get this from a library. The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, [Thomas Fowell Buxton, Sir]. Thomas Fowell Buxton was born in Essex in He went to school in Kingston-upon-Thames, where he was unhappy, and later in Greenwich. In he returned to East Anglia, this time to Norwich where, although an Anglican, he became friends with the Quaker Gurney family.
The social conscience of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton () developed as he operated a brewery in Spitalfields, nineteenth-century London’s poorest parish. His interest and research on penal discipline brought him national prominence and led to a parliamentary career that lasted nearly two : $ If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.
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Vol - Sir Thomas More seeing him so sorrowful, comforted him with as good words as he could, saying, Good Mr. Kingston, trouble not yourself, but be of good cheer. Sir Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet - Wikipedia, the - Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet (1 April David Livingstone was strongly influenced by Buxton's arguments that the African slave /5().
Letters from Thomas Clarkson discuss the antislavery movement. Letters from Smith's constituents discuss politics, social conditions, parliamentary reform, British foreign trade, slavery in the West Indies, and economic conditions. Correspondents include Priscilla Buxton, Thomas Fowell Buxton, and Zachary Macaulay.
the revelations in this book was Thomas Fowell Buxton (), a zealous Evangelical who in a sense symbolized the sensitive but practical humanitarian spirit prevalent among the British educated and land-owning classes of the time. Buxton had been studying the problem of the slave trade for some time and had read a good deal.
Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Baronet: with selections from his correspondence. by Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, ; Buxton, Charles, 'He [Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton] writes of his interest in every detail [Rev.
John McCammon] Trew could provide on the schools there [Jamaica], especially the one established at Harmony Hall' Calendar of the Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton,Rhodes House Library.
"After Emancipation: Thomas Fowell Buxton and Evangelical Politics in the s," in Parliamentary History, Vol. 27, Issue 1 (February ), Review of John Wolffe, The Expansion of Evangelicalism: The Age of Wilberforce, More, Chalmers and Finney, Vol. 2 of A History of Evangelicalism, ed. David W.
Bebbington and Mark Noll. The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxtonabolitionist and reformer [Microfilm 01/] The papers of Sir Edwin Chadwick, [Microfilm 01/] Cabinet reports by prime ministers to the Crown. Contents: [Microfilm 01/] The Buckley-Mathew collection: a collection of autograph letters dated between Sarah-Maria Buxton ( – 18 August ) was a social reformer and abolitionist, long-term companion of Anna Gurney, scholar and philanthropist.
Biography. Sarah-Maria Buxton was born inthe daughter of Thomas-Fowell Buxton (), Esquire of Earls Colne, Essex, and high-sheriff of that county, and Anna, eldest daughter of Osgood Hanbury, Esquire of the Grange.
The African slave trade, and its remedy. / by: Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, Published: () Proceedings at the first public meeting of the Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade, and for the Civilization of Africa held at Exeter Hall, on Monday, 1st June, Thomas Fowell Buxton () was co-worker and then successor to William Wilberforce as head of the Anti-Slavery Society when Wilberforce retirned inthe success of which belongs nearly as much to Buxton.
The social conscience of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton () developed as he operated a brewery in Spitalfields, nineteenth-century London's poorest parish. His interest and research on penal discipline brought him national prominence and led to a parliamentary career that lasted nearly two decades.
Butler Plantation Papers. The Papers of Pierce Butler and Successors from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania: – Fx3 Cadices petrarquescos en España Milagres Villar Rubio: Fa Calendar of the Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton: – F Carter Family Papers, The. In the Sapine Hall Collection: It is proposed to make in the college library an anti-slavery collection, complete as possible, for the future historian, in which shall be gathered every book, every pamphlet, every report, every tract, every newspaper, and every private letter on the subject.
by Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, ; Buxton, Charles, texts. eye. This is for Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton ( ) who was an anti-slavery campaigner in addition to being a key player in the beer business. Go down Hanbury Street. This will be a left if you have not gone to the Brewery or if you have, retrace your steps down Brick Lane and.
Reprinted from the Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine for July, Topics: Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir,Slave trade Source: bplscas Boston Public Library Anti-Slavery Collection Sir.
Thomas Fowell Buxton () (English Abolitionist and Parliamentarian) Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet was an English Member of Parliament, brewer, abolitionist and social reformer. Buxton was born at Castle Hedingham, Essex, England.
Reverend Arthur Broome ( – 16 July ) was one of a group of creators of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) in Broome was appointed as the original society's first Secretary, a post he held until He held posts at various churches in London, Essex, and Kent, and supported an appeal for earthquake relief in Syria.
Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1st Baronet (), is best remembered for his work in the British Parliament to bring about the abolition of slavery in the British Empire, and also for his work in reforming the prison and penal systems. ↩ Buxton’s mother was a Quaker. She introduced her son to the Gurneys, another Quaker family.
Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton () was a noted social reformer and one of the leading members of the campaign to abolish slavery. Buxton had family connections to the Quakers and became an associate of Elizabeth Fry in campaigning for prison Pages: BBN = British Book News BRH = Bulletin of Research in the Humani-ties (formerly Bulletin of the New York T.
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