5 edition of Ten years in a Portsmouth slum found in the catalog.
Ten years in a Portsmouth slum
Robert R. Dolling
|Statement||by Robert R. Dolling, late priest-in-charge of S. Agatha"s, Landport (Winchester College Mission) With eighteen full-page illustrations.|
|LC Classifications||HV4088.P8 D6 1897|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 3-272 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||33033363|
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Filled with wonderful Portsmouth characters and vivid descriptions of Landport life told in Dolling's unique voice, Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum gives a rare insight into the lives of some of the poorest of the poor in this sometimes violent, always vibrant naval town.
With a brand new foreword by Portsmouth historian and writer, Matt Wingett. Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum Hardcover – Aug by Robert R. Dolling (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 33 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: 5. Buy Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum - The True Life Account of a Victorian Missionary's Work in a Deprived English Town (Illustrated) First Edition by Dolling, Robert, Wingett, Matt (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dolling, Robert R. (Robert Radclyffe), Ten years in a Portsmouth slum. London, Swan Sonnenschein, Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Book digitized by Google from the. Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum – Robert Dolling £ Father Robert Dolling was an extraordinary figure who had a profound influence on the society, morals, education and health of the people of Landport, Portsmouth in the s.
Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum Revisited 15th October History, Reviews, Social Issues Local author and publisher Matt Wingett discusses the extraordinary life of Father Robert Dolling, who brought late Victorian Portsmouth to life in a vivid memoir. Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum – An Introductory Note By Matt on Thursday, J I am preparing an edition of Robert Dolling’s “Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum” (), and thought the following introduction might be of interest to anyone with a fascination for the city of Portsmouth, its extremes and its privations.
TEN YEARS IN A PORTSMOUTH SLUM. London: Swan Sonnenschein & Company, Second Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Item # Fair in boards.
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In he again resigned owing to the refusal of Randall Davidson, the new Bishop of Winchester, to grant him a licence to officiate at the parish's new church on account of his intention specially to associate a third altar with masses for Alma mater: Salisbury Theological College.
Author: Robert R Dolling. Title: Ten Years In A Portsmouth Slum. Original cloth gilt hardback. Original green end papers. pages plus 18 full page illustrations. Binding sound and square. Astonishing non fiction book about slum dwellers in the Dockyard and Portsea areas of Portsmouth.
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The story goes on to show how Fr Dolling had first wanted to build as plain a building as possible, but then, according to his book Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum, he realized after meeting architect Joseph Henry Ball, “how wrong this intention had been.” “If there is one place that needs a magnificent and impressive church, it is a slum.”.
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Near the end of the book Dolling states that he still owes over £2, of the approximately £3, it cost to build. It is a wonderful story full of personal accounts of. Ten years in a Portsmouth slum (London: Swan Sonnenschein, ), by Robert R. Dolling (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Elections -- England -- Portsmouth The Case of John Peachey, Esq., elected one of the burgesses for Portsmouth in the county of Southampton to serve in this present Parliament ([London?: s.n., ?]), by John.
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The project is named after Father Robert Dolling, the priest of St Agatha’s between A great social reformer he frequently challenged authorities to do more to improve the lives of his parishioner’s, including the appalling state of their housing, which he described in a book, Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum, published in Description: St Agatha's Church, Marketway, City of Portsmouth, England.
Built in –95 to the design of Joseph Henry Ball. It was one of the Winchester College Anglican mission churches, and was rebuilt during the ministry of Fr Robert experiences were recounted in his book Ten years in a Portsmouth slum ().
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Portsmouth Fairy Tales for Grown Ups Paperback – 23 Oct. Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum: The Social History of a Poverty Stricken English City in the Late Nineteenth Century, From the Observations of a Missionary Priest (Illustrated)/5(7). Two years after Coley's retirement inthe church was closed after the demolition of many houses in the parish to clear the decks for a motorway and ferry-port.
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Author:Robert William Radclyffe Dolling. Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum; Works about Dolling "Dolling, Robert William Radclyffe," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.
Translations or editions. DOLLING, ROBERT WILLIAM RADCLYFFE, 'FATHER DOLLING' (–), divine and social reformer, born on 10 Feb. in the old rectory, Magheralin, co.
Down, was the sixth of nine children and the elder son of Robert Holbeach Dolling, a landlord in co. Down, and at one time high sheriff of Londonderry, by his wife Eliza, third daughter of Josias Du Pre Alexander, M.P., a nephew of.
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EWTN feature: Catherine Uttley writes, "The red brick Italianate basilica of St Agatha's in Landport, Portsmouth, was built for the famous Anglo- Catholic "slum priest" Father Robert Dolling and opened in Dolling's mission in Portsmouth – described in his book, Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum – was to revive the influence of the Church.
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