“If he were not a clergyman, I would give him a good thrashing.” The full text of the story first told on the Alfred Daily podcast. During the 1870’s, the peace of Shaftesbury was much disturbed by a man who was variously described as the ‘Quarrelsome Vicar’, ‘The Political Parson’, ‘Persecuted Preacher’ and the ‘Cantankerous […]
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