Russel Tarr asks key questions about the religious radicals of the 16th century.
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A manager of men and a master of contemporary politics, writes Esmond Wright, Dundas was Pitt's energetic colleague “during the most critical years in Britis
John Wesley spent two years as a chaplain in Georgia in the 1730s; Stuart Andrews describes how forty years later he was much preoccupied with the War of Ind
A thief who had been dead for more than a century caused a moral panic in the theatres of Victorian London.