Charles Bradlaugh (/ˈbrædlɔː/; 26 September 1833 – 30 January 1891) was an English political activist and atheist. He founded the National Secular Society in 1866.
Charles Bradlaugh (/ˈbrædlɔː/; 26 September 1833 – 30 January 1891) was an English political activist and atheist. In 1880, Bradlaugh was elected as the Liberal MP for Northampton. His attempt to affirm as an atheist ultimately led to his temporary imprisonment, fines for voting in the Commons illegally, and a number of by-elections at which Bradlaugh regained his seat on each occasion. He was finally allowed to take an oath in 1886.
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Excerpt from book: MARKET RIGHTS AN. .House of Commons, 22nd April, 1887. Mr. Bradlaugh moved :? "That a humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying her Majesty to appoint a Royal Commission to inquire as to the extent to which market rights, and rights affecting places where markets are held, are in the hands (i) of public bodies, and (2) of private persons or bodies of persons.
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Discover Charles Bradlaugh famous and rare quotes. Charles Bradlaugh's speech at Hall of Science (circa 1880), as quoted in Annie Besant "Annie Besant: An Autobiography", 1893. Liberty's chief foe is theology. Atheism, Liberty, Chiefs.
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Charles Bradlaugh, the eldest of seven children born to Charles Bradlaugh, a solicitor's clerk, and his wife, Elizabeth Trimby Bradlaugh, a former nursemaid, was born in Hoxton, London on 26th September, 1833. He was educated at local elementary day school and became a Sunday School teacher at St Peter's Church. She gave him a copy of Carlile's Every Woman's Book, a book "which argued for a rational approach to birth control, attacking the Christian demonization of sexual desire while denying the traditional chauvinist assumptions about women".