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Joseph Rayner Stephens, 1805-1879

Michael S. Edwards

Joseph Rayner Stephens, 1805-1879

a lecture delivered at Stamford St. Methodist Church, Ashton-under-Lyne, on July 3rd 1967

by Michael S. Edwards

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Published by Wesley Historical Society (Lancashire & Cheshire Branch) in Hyde (Cheshire) .
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  • Stephens, Joseph Rayner, 1805-1879.

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    Statementby Michael S. Edwards.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8495.S753 E35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1], 20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5160621M
    ISBN 10090166300X
    LC Control Number74497970
    OCLC/WorldCa97927

    Joseph Rayner Stephens pastored an Independent Chapel in Ashton under Lyme and Arthur O’Neil left the Chartist Church in Birmingham and took on the leadership of a Baptist congregation in the same city. The last Chartist convention was held in and from that time the movement was a spent force. The political preacher: an appeal from the pulpit on behalf of the poor: an address delivered at Ashton-under Lyne, January 6th, / by Joseph Rayner Stephens Stephens, Joseph Rayner, .

    Joseph Rayner Stephens Trained in the Ministry Joseph Rayner Stephens came to Ashton in He became an important Chartist Leader who campaigned against the Poor Law and for factory reform. His greatness was in his instinctive reaction to human distress and social injustice. In later life he lived in Stalybridge where he established a People's School and is buried in St John's. "Stephens, Joseph Rayner (–), social reformer" published on by Oxford University Press.

      STEPHENS, JOSEPH RAYNER (–), social reformer, sixth child of John Stephens (–), by his wife, Rebecca Eliza Rayner, of Wethersfield, Essex, was born at Edinburgh on 8 March His father, a native of St. Dennis, Cornwall, became a methodist preacher in , and was president of the Wesleyan conference in   Joseph Rayner Stephens died on 18th February, (1) R. G. Gammage. was friend of Joseph. Rayner. Stephens and wrote an account of the man in his book. History of the Chartist Movement. published in Rev. Joseph Rayner Stephens .


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Resigning from the Wesleyan Connection, he became free to campaign for factory reform, and against the New Poor Law. He became associated with 'physical force' Chartism (although he later denied he had ever.

Revolutionary Tory: The Life of Joseph Rayner Stephens of Ashton under Lyne [J. Ward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Joseph Rayner Stephens (–) was a Methodist minister who offended the Wesleyan Conference by his support for separating the Church of England from the State.

Resigning from the Wesleyan Connection, he became free to campaign for factory reform, and against the New Poor Law. Joseph Rayner Stephens () Taken from Sir Lesley Stephen & Sir Sidney Lee (eds.), Dictionary of National Biography: from the earliest times to (London, Oxford University Press, ).

JR Stephens was a social reformer. He was the sixth child of John Stephens (), by his wife, Rebecca Eliza Rayner, of Wethersfield, Essex. English, Book edition: Joseph Rayner Stephens, a lecture delivered at Stamford St. Methodist Church, Ashton-under-Lyne, on July 3rd / by.

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; this article (pp. 93–) is the best piece of work on Stephens. Genealogy for Joseph Rayner Stephens ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames. Show Summary Details Preview. Stephens, Joseph Rayner (–), social reformer, was born on 8 March in Edinburgh.

He was the sixth child of John Stephens (–) and Rebecca Eliza Rayner (d. ), of Wethersfield, father, a native of St Dennis in Cornwall, was a prominent Methodist minister, who served as president of the Wesleyan conference in   : Life of Joseph Rayner Stephens, Preacher and Political Orator: Holyoake, George Jacob: General BooksAuthor: George Jacob Holyoake.

REVEREND JOSEPH RAYNER STEPHENS ( – ). Born in Edinburgh, the son of John Stephens (), the President of the Wesleyan Conference, was later educated at the Manchester Grammar School () and Leeds Methodist School () where he honed is oratory skills and became an eloquent linguist.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Stephens' monthly magazine Item Preview remove-circle Stephens, Joseph Rayner, Publication date [n.d.] Topics Religion and politics, Sermons, English.

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Journal Home; Browse JournalAuthor: M.S. Edwards. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Stephens, Joseph Rayner, ; Format: Book, Microform; 27 p. Joseph Rayner Stephens. by William Read, after Benjamin Garside stipple engraving, ss 7 1/8 in.

x 5 1/8 in. ( mm x mm) paper size. in this journal. Rayner Stephens High School, currently part of the AspirePlus Educational Trust will transfer to Stamford Park Trust in the new calendar year.

A period of consultation about the change will provide an opportunity for parents and other interested parties to comment on the proposal.

Life of Joseph Rayner Stephens. London, Edinburgh, Williams and Norgate [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Joseph Rayner Stephens; Joseph Rayner Stephens; Fergus O'Conner; Joseph Rayner Stephens: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Jacob Holyoake.|a Stephens, Joseph Rayner, |d 1: 4 |a The political preacher |h [electronic resource]: |b an appeal from the pulpit on behalf of the poor: an address delivered at Ashton-under Lyne, January 6th, / |c by Joseph Rayner Stephens.

Stephens, Joseph Rayner. The political preacher [electronic resource]: an appeal from the pulpit on behalf of the poor: an address delivered at Ashton-under Lyne, January 6th, / by Joseph Rayner Stephens Whittaker and co London Australian/Harvard Citation.

Stephens, Joseph Rayner.