The cover of our latest issue of the Transactions which is on its way to all subscribers and which is available to order by new subscribers now:

Cover 2019

You can read more about the contents HERE

The Tercentenary of the Salters’ Hall Debates can be read HERE

The Annual General Meeting of the Society for 2019 will take place at 14.55 on Wednesday 17 April at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole Hotel during the meetings of the General Assembly. This will be followed by a lecture by Dr Rachel Eckersley on ‘Benefactions in the form of books: the development of the Northern Dissenting Academies and their libraries during the 18th and 19th centuries’.

3 thoughts on “Unitarian Historical Society 2019

  1. Dear David,

    Was my piece on Liverpool worth reviewing in the end. Perhaps too Congregational though I give due acknowledgement to the massive contribution of Unitarians to the development of Liverpool back in the day. Andrew Hill was very important when I left RC tradition.

    Best wishes,



    1. Hi Peter,
      I must apologise, I am afraid the Transactions was very full and reached its limit with regard to pages and I had to hold over a a number of things. It’s very frustrating and I should have been in touch. I was going to add a review of your book to Faith and Freedom, or, if you would prefer I will make certain it is in the Transactions next year.
      With many apologies.


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