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St Michael and All Angels, Sowton and St Mary the Virgin, Ottery St Mary
Jim Cheshire

, near Exeter in Devon, is a rare survival: a remarkably complete ecclesiological interior. The funds to rebuild the church came from a family that had recently moved to Devon: John Garratt, a successful London merchant, had purchased the local estate in 1830 and retired to Devon to lead the life of a country landowner. 1 The manor house, ‘Bishops Court’, is located on the site of the medieval episcopal palace and so infused with medieval

in Stained Glass and the Victorian Gothic Revival
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The burden of words in Women; or pour et contre
Christina Morin

Within the Church of Ireland, the response to Methodism’s tremendous growth and appeal during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries was mixed. 12 Faced with the threat of a Catholic majority arguably gaining ground against an Anglican Church in ‘grave danger’ at the turn of the nineteenth century, members of the Church hierarchy realised both the need for Episcopal reform and the

in Charles Robert Maturin and the haunting of Irish Romantic fiction