Ludlow, John Malcolm Forbes 1821-1911
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John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow
Alcoholism and crime American Revolution (1775-1783) British colonies British Occupation of India (1765-1947) Christian socialism Church of England Communism and Christianity Deaconesses Economics England England--London Epic literature Ethnology France Fraternal organizations Great Britain Harman, Willis W India Industrial relations International relations King's College London Kingsley, Charles, Labor Labor laws and legislation Labor movement Labor unions Lincoln, Abraham, Literature, Medieval Ludlow, John Malcolm Forbes, Maurice, Frederick Denison, Monasticism and religious orders for women Partnership Politics and government Prison reformers Redgrave, Samuel, Sisterhoods Slavery Slavery--Controversial literature Socialists Social security Social surveys Society for Promoting Working-men's Associations Taylor, W. C.--(William Cooke), United States Universalism--Debates, etc University of St. Michael's College Varrentrapp, Georg, Women in church work Working class Working class--Political activity
Barrister of Lincoln's Inn 1821-1911
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J. T (John Townsend), 1821-1911
John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow English Christian socialist leader
Ludlow, J. M.
Ludlow, J. M. 1821-1911
Ludlow, J. M. (John Malcolm), 1821-1911
Ludlow, John 1821-1911
Ludlow, John M.
Ludlow, John Malcolm.
Ludlow, John Malcolm 1821-1911
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T., J. (John Townsend), 1821-1911
Townsend, John 1821-1911