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Eighteenth-century clerics weren’t all bad

From Canon Sally Brush
Sir, — I would like to put another view of the 18th-century clergy from Professor Norma Clarke’s (“Age of wit and hypocrisy”, Features, 29 February), having recently completed a Ph.D. based on church records during this period in North Wales.

There were certainly some “rogue” clergy, but the majority were faithful pastors taking regular services on Sundays and ...

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