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Parker Society


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Matthew Parker (1504—1575) archbishop of Canterbury and patron of scholarship

Anthony Ashley Cooper Shaftesbury (1801—1885) philanthropist and politician

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Parker Society

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PARKER, Robert John (born 1958), Chief Executive, Royal Society of Chemistry, since 2011

PARKER, John (1906 - 1987), President, Fabian Society, since 1980 (Vice-President, 1972–80)

PARKER, (Richard) Eric (1925 - 1982), Registrar and Secretary for Public Affairs, Royal Society of Chemistry, since 1980

PARKER, Rushton (1847 - 1932), Professor of Surgery in the University of Liverpool since 1903; Consulting Surgeon to the Liverpool Royal Infirmary and Bootle Boro’ Hospital; Lt-Col RAMC(T); Fellow Royal Soc. of Med.; Member Liverpool Medical Institution and Liverpool Geological Society

The Idea of the Middle Class: White-Collar Workers and Peruvian Society, 1900–1950. By D. S. Parker (University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998. xii plus 266pp. $49.50/cloth $19.95/paperback)

D. S. Parker. The Idea of the Middle Class: White-Collar Workers and Peruvian Society, 1900–1950. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. 1998. Pp. xii, 266. Cloth $49.50, paper $19.95

Kunal M. Parker Common Law, History, and Democracy in America, 1790–1900: Legal Thought before Modernism. (Cambridge Historical Studies in American Law and Society.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 2011. Pp. xi, 305. $85.00

The Kingdom of Character: The Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, 1886–1926. By Michael Parker. (Lanham: University Press of America and American Society of Missiology 1998. xiv, 250 pp. Cloth, $57.00, ISBN 0-7618-1012-9. Paper, $32.50, ISBN 0-7618-1013-7.)

 

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A society established in 1840 under the leadership of the Earl of Shaftesbury and some other prominent Evangelicals, including Edward Bickersteth of the CMS, to issue ‘the works of the ...

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