By Joseph Frazier Wall
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Publish 12 months note: initially released in 1970 through Oxford college Press
The definitive biography of an commercial genius, philanthropist, and enigma.
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They had seceded even from the Secession, for their dispute involved ideology as well as church government. Thomas Morrison had led his family into communion with the small group of Baptists of Dunfermline. Since the local Baptist Church was too small and too poor to attract a regularly ordained minister to its service, Morrison found time, in spite of his numerous as its lay minister for But and political activities, to serve the congregation many years. 36 in spite of their disavowal of Calvinism, his children Tom were more deeply imbued with its Morrison ethos than they knew.
32 The Inheritance 1740-1835 William left Pattiemuir sometime around the year 1830. In Dunfermline he rented half of a duplex cottage, at the corner of Moodie Street and Priory Lane. It provided ample accommodations for a young bachelor. Here he had a large room on the first floor for his loom and a smaller, low-ceilinged attic room above for living. From the first, William's skill as a weaver was recognized by the manufacturers of the city, and he began to Realizing this, prosper. It must have been difficult, however, for this shy young man who had lived his entire life in the small village of Pattiemuir to make friends in what was to him a very large city.
They were unwittingly cheering the counterrevolution to a revolution that had never occurred. They dispersed in a glow of patriotic satisfaction, and never again could they be so easily as24 — The Inheritance 1740—1835 sembled, however diligently the Chartists might work. There would be protest meetings and petitions and even violence in the next fifteen years, but the effective alliance between the Liberal middle class and the Radical working class had been broken. It would not be realized again until the twentieth century.