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Samuel Augustus Barnett (1844–1913)

Author of Towards social reform

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Samuel Augustus Barnett was ordained in 1867 after leaving Oxford. In 1873, he married Henrietta Octavia Weston Rowland (1851–1936), a social reformer and his co-author of Practicable Socialism: Essays on Social Reform (1888) and Towards Social Reform (1909). Barnett received a canonry in Bristol Cathedral in 1893, and in 1906 he was given a canonry at Westminster.
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