The culture of the Cheshire gentleman
in Gentry culture and the politics of religion
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This chapter explores the sense of identity associated with a sense of belonging to the ‘imagined community’ of Cheshire. It also investigates what it meant to be a country gentleman in this period, how encounters with London and the world of higher education shaped attitudes, and the various meanings of ‘Cheshireness’.

Gentry culture and the politics of religion

Cheshire on the eve of civil war

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