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Converting the Pope

The nineteenth century was (among many other things) the era of the missionary. We have published a number of missionary narratives, including the exploits of the Baptists Carey, Marshman and Ward, ‘the Serampore missionaries’, in India; the ‘Labours and Travels … Continue reading

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Brother of the More Famous Anthony

Thomas Adolphus Trollope (1810–92) was the elder brother of Anthony, the novelist, and the son of Fanny, the novelist and travel writer, whose Domestic Manners of the Americans (1832) caused such deep offence that many years later Tom was advised, … Continue reading

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