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Outspoken Collection

Background imageOutspoken Collection: St John Chrysostom / Theve

St John Chrysostom / Theve
SAINT JOHN CHRYSOSTOM Archbishop of Constantinople, noted preacher, exiled by the rich and powerful for his outspoken views Date: circa 347 - 407

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Dennis Skinner, Labour MP for Bolsover, Derbyshire

Dennis Skinner, Labour MP for Bolsover, Derbyshire
Dennis Edward Skinner (b 1932), Labour politician, MP for Bolsover since 1970. Well known for his outspoken remarks in parliament, for which he has been suspended more than ten times

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Sir Philip Gibbs - 1

Sir Philip Gibbs - 1
SIR PHILIP GIBBS Journalist whose outspoken reporting from the front in WW1 got him into trouble: first journalist to interview the Pope. War historian. Date: 1877 - 1962

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Michael Scott-Joynt, outspoken English clergyman

Michael Scott-Joynt, outspoken English clergyman
Michael Charles Scott-Joynt (b 1943), English clergyman, Bishop of Stafford (1987-1995) and Bishop of Winchester (from 1995, due to retire 2011). Outspoken opponent of gay rights. Date: circa 1970s

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Captioned Marquess of Queensbury, John Sholto Douglas

Captioned Marquess of Queensbury, John Sholto Douglas
Vintage 19th century photograph: captioned on the back as Marquess of Queensbury. John Sholto Douglas, 9th Marquess of Queensberry (20 July 1844 - 31 January 1900), was a Scottish nobleman

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Emile Girardin (Old)

Emile Girardin (Old)
EMILE DE GIRARDIN French journalist whose outspoken views got up his governments nose in 1848, leading to his (brief) arrest. At the end of his life. Date: 1806 - 1881

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Sir Philip Gibbs - 2

Sir Philip Gibbs - 2
SIR PHILIP GIBBS Journalist whose outspoken reporting from the front in WW1 got him into trouble : first journalist to interview the Pope. War historian. Date: 1877 - 1962

Background imageOutspoken Collection: William Beckford - 6

William Beckford - 6
WILLIAM BECKFORD - Alderman of the City of London, twice Lord Mayor, making his outspoken reply to George III in defence of liberty, 23 May 1770. Date: 1709 - 1770

Background imageOutspoken Collection: William Beckford, Mayor

William Beckford, Mayor
WILLIAM BECKFORD - Alderman of the City of London, twice Lord Mayor, a supporter of Wilkes and a resolute champion of liberty, honest, popular and outspoken when necessary. Date: 1709 - 1770

Background imageOutspoken Collection: William Beckford - 4

William Beckford - 4
WILLIAM BECKFORD - Alderman of the City of London, twice Lord Mayor, a supporter of Wilkes and a resolute champion of liberty, honest, popular and outspoken when necessary. Date: 1709 - 1770

Background imageOutspoken Collection: William Beckford - 3

William Beckford - 3
WILLIAM BECKFORD - Alderman of the City of London, twice Lord Mayor, a supporter of Wilkes and a resolute champion of liberty, honest, popular and outspoken when necessary. Date: 1709 - 1770

Background imageOutspoken Collection: William Beckford - 2

William Beckford - 2
WILLIAM BECKFORD - Alderman of the City of London, twice Lord Mayor, a supporter of Wilkes and a resolute champion of liberty, honest, popular and outspoken when necessary. Date: 1709 - 1770

Background imageOutspoken Collection: A Censored Incident by H. M. Bateman

A Censored Incident by H. M. Bateman
A cartoon by H. M. Bateman in their issue devoted to lampooning censorship during the Great War. Mr. Hilaire Belloc explaining how the war should be conducted

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Henry Burton - 3

Henry Burton - 3
HENRY BURTON - Dissenting minister, rector of St Matthews, Friday St. London : pilloried, his ears cut off, exiled to Guernsey for his outspoken preaching. Date: 1578 - 1648

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Henry Burton - 2

Henry Burton - 2
HENRY BURTON - Dissenting minister, rector of St Matthews, Friday St. London : pilloried, his ears cut off, exiled to Guernsey for his outspoken preaching. Date: 1578 - 1648

Background imageOutspoken Collection: Henry Burton - 1

Henry Burton - 1
HENRY BURTON - Dissenting minister, rector of St Matthews, Friday St. London : pilloried, his ears cut off, exiled to Guernsey for his outspoken preaching. Date: 1578 - 1648


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