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Rowland Detrosier

Gwyn A Williams

Rowland Detrosier

a working-class infidel, 1800-34.

by Gwyn A Williams

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Published by St. Anthony"s Press in York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Detrosier, Rowland, -- 1800?-1834

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    SeriesBorthwick papers -- no. 28
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2790 D4 W5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15095059M

    |a An address on the advantages of the intended Mechanics' Hall of Science |h [electronic resource] / |c delivered at the Manchester New Mechanics' Institution on . Also in this year, Place helped support Rowland Detrosier, a working class radical activist who also sought to distance himself from socialism. [2] Through Place, Detrosier would be introduced to figures such as Bentham and J.S. Mill, who in turn introduced him to Thomas Carlyle.

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Rowland Detrosier A working-Class Infidel [G. A Willimas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : G. A Willimas. Rowland Detrosier, also Rowley Barnes, ("c." - 23 November, ) was an English autodidact, radical politician, preacher and educator, particularly associated with Victorian Manchester.

Early life. Detrosier's parents were Manchester merchant Robert Norris and a French woman named Detrosier. He was born in London but abandoned and adopted by Charles Barnes, a Swedenborgian tailor who. DETROSIER, ROWLAND (?–), popular lecturer and political reformer, was the illegitimate son of a Manchester man and of a Frenchwoman named Detrosier, who deserted him when he was a month old.

Brought up by a benevolent fustian-cutter as one of the family, he was apprenticed to that trade at the age of twelve, and as a boy was noted for. In he entered a long period of depression after the death of his wife from cancer.

In February he married Louisa Chatterley, a London actress. Also in this year, Place helped support Rowland Detrosier, a working class radical activist who also sought to distance himself from socialism.

Through Place, Detrosier would be introduced to figures such as Bentham and J.S. Mill, who in turn. Francis Place (3 NovemberLondon 1 JanuaryLondon) was an English social reformer. Born in the debtor's prison which his father oversaw near Drury Lane, Place was schooled for ten years before being apprenticed to a leather-breeches maker.3/5(2).

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The London Tailors' Strike of and the Collapse of the Grand National Consolidated Trades' Union: A Police Spy's Report. Vol Issue 1; page 91 note 1 Rowland Detrosier grew up in Manchester, where he was a deist, a radical journalist, and a brilliant educational lecturer to working men.

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Ackworth is a village and civil parish in the metropolitan borough of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, situated between Pontefract, Barnsley and Doncaster on the small River Went. Rowland Detrosier, the London radical, responded to the tailors’ enemies, and the union issued “An Appeal to the Public on Behalf of the Journeymen Tailors of the Metropolis”, published in the True Sun of 12 May, which attempted to answer its opponents’ charges.

By the end of the first week of the strike, the tailors had acquired premises. Dictionary of National Biography, /Vol 14 Damon - D'Eyncourt. From Wikisource Jump to navigation Jump to search ←Vol 13 Craik - Damer.

Dictionary of National Biography, Detrosier, Rowland; Deusdedit; Deutsch, Emanuel Oscar Menahem; De Vere, Aubrey; Deverell, Robert. Early career and influence. He was the illegitimate son of Simon Place and Mary Gray, and had a rough upbringing; his father ran a London sponging-house in Vinegar Yard, near Drury Lane, and Place was born was schooled to before being apprenticed to a leather-breeches maker in Temple Bar.

At eighteen Place was an independent journeyman, and in was married to Elizabeth Chad. An address on the necessity of an extension of moral and political instruction among the working classes by: Detrosier, R. ? Published: () An address, delivered to the members of the New Mechanics' Institution, Manchester on Friday evening, Ma on the necessity of an extension of moral and political instruction among.No.

28 Rowland Detrosier (): A Working-Class Infidel by G. A. WILLIAMS (5/6d. including postage) No. 30 A Tudor Magnate and the Tudor State: Henry Fifth Earl of Northumberland by M. E. JAMES (5/6d.

including postage) Complete catalogue on request from ST. ANTHONY'S PRESS St. Anthony's Hall York I.Hume, Joseph. [Printed letter to Mr.

Rowland Detrosier, President of the Manchester New Mechanics Institution, dated 6 Nov.agreeing to "allow my name as patron of that establishment."] Manchester, printed by Archibald Prentice. 1p.

On verso are notes, probably by Ashton, on poverty and education. M'Cormac, Henry.