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Eighteenth-Century Religious Statistics

The statistical analysis of religion in England and Wales has usually commenced with the mid-nineteenth century, but the first holistic quantification of eighteenth-century religious adherence has now been published, as a contribution to the BRIN project, in Clive Field, ‘Counting Religion … Continue reading

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