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George Stringer Bull

“Parson”) (1799-1865. An Evangelical and a staunch churchman who resigned from missionary schoolteaching through ill health, he became a clergyman in the industrial West Riding and Birmingham. He worked for temperance, for emancipation of slaves and of factory children (the Ten Hours movement), and opposed the 1834 Poor Law legislation as injurious to workers.