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Rivers of Bilge

I usually write in praise of things on this blog, but I have just finished reading a book that really is a stinker. It is called ‘Rivers of Time – Why is Everyone Talking to Philippa?” which is a clumsy title to start with, but worse – it is utter nonsense. The book is about … Continue reading

Slavery & Abolition Sites – Somerset

Slavery & Abolition Sites – Somerset

Wrington Home of  Hannah More (1745-1833) poet playwright and social campaigner, called ‘the Prelate in petticoats’. Wrington was also the birthplace of John Locke (1632-1704) philospher was born in a small cottage adjoining the north side of the church, his mother’s family home. Frome ‘An Essay on the Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions Without Injury to the Master … Continue reading