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Henry Dunkley M.A. LL.D

By Mary Edith Angus

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Reproduction Date: 1928

Title: Henry Dunkley M.A. LL.D  
Author: Mary Edith Angus
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, World History and History of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, etc., Life in 19th Century England.
Collections: Biographies, Authors Community, Literature, Language, Most Popular Books in China, Social Sciences, History
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Chronicles the life of Henry Dunkley - Author of the Letters of Verax.

Life and times of Henry Dunkley (1823-1896). Pastor, Journalist (author of Letters of Verax), Once an Editor of Manchester Examiner and Manchester Guardian.

On the 30th of June, 1896, a beautiful summer morning, Henry Dunkley left home to take a "Verax" article to the "Manchester Guardian" office, stopping at the garden gate to ask his daughter to have strawberries at luncheon. One heard afterwords that on his return from town he had chatted happily with a friend while waiting for a tram-car which he entered without troubling to stop it as was the custom with all young men. A few minutes later he expired on the seat he had taken, probably from heart failure. His one dread in life had been a long illness and from that he had been spared.

Table of Contents
Youth The Charter of Nations or Free Trade and its Results Manchester Newspapers Home Life 1855-1874 The Letters of Verax Home Life


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