This collection of correspondence between William Ewart Gladstone and Daniel Conner Lathbury provides a fascinating insight into Gladstone's views on the church and religion. Gladstone was one of the most important political figures of the 19th century, and his views on religion were shaped by a deep and abiding faith. This work is an essential resource for anyone interested in the history of religion and politics in the 19th century.
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