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Clapham


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Clapham sect

Clapham sect

Sect, Clapham

David Clapham (c. 1523—1551) translator

Henoch Clapham (fl. c. 1575—1624) writer on theology and preacher

John Clapham (1566—1619) historian and poet

John Clapham (1873—1946) economic historian

Samuel Clapham (1757—1830) Church of England clergyman and writer

Clapham Sect

Clapham sect

John Clapham (1908—1992) musicologist

 
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A district in south-west London.

man on the Clapham omnibus the type of the average man; the phrase is attributed to the English judge Lord Bowen (1853–94).

Clapham Sect an early 19th-century group noted for evangelical opinions and philanthropic activity; some of the chief members lived at Clapham.


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