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Sheridan Gilley, ‘Roman Catholicism and the Irish in England’, Immigrants and Minorities, 1999
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James Obelkevich, ‘Religion’ in FML Thompson (ed.), The Cambridge Social History of Britain, vol 3.
Douglas A. Reid, ‘Playing and Praying’ in M. Daunton, The Cambridge Urban History of BritainMark Smith, ‘Religion’ in Chris Williams (ed.), A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Britain
The Religious Census of 1851 – essays and documents on www.histpop.org
- Did the Church of England respond adequately to the demands of industrialization?
- Did urbanization secularise Britain?
- How religious were the working-class in Britain?
- How diverse was the social composition of the different religious groups in the Victorian City?
- How important was religion to politics in the Victorian City?
David Bebbington, Evangelicalism in Modern Britain
Callum Brown, The Death of Christian Britain
Owen Chadwick, The Victorian Church
A. D. Gilbert, Religion and Society in Industrial England
Sheridan Gilley and W. J. Sheilds (eds), A History of religion in Britain, part IIIDavid Hempton, Religion and Political Culture in Britain and Ireland
David Hempton, The Religion of the People: Methodism and Popular Religion
Boyd Hilton, The Age of Atonement
Hugh McLeod, Class and Religion in the late Victorian City
Hugh McLeod, Religion and the Working-class in nineteenth-century Britain
Hugh McLeod, Secularisation in Western Europe, 1848-1914
Gerald Parsons (ed.), Religion in Victorian Britain, 4 vols
Michael Watts, The Dissenters, vol 2