The Diary of James Clegg of Chapel en Le Frith, 1708-1755: 1708-36
James Clegg (1679-1755), son of James Clegg and Ann Livesey, ". . . was a Dissenting minister . . . [who] was in demand over a wide area . . . he was in touch, either in person or by letter, with a wide cross-section of provincial society . . . [and] showed himself to be well aware of matters of concern in the nation at large . . . when religion and politics were still inextricably linked . . ."--Dust jacket.
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Life of James Clegg within his circle of family and kin xi
Eighteenth century Chapel en le Frith and the Personnel
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