U.D.S. The Old Society: The First Hundred Years (1964) by J.W. Dicks

U.D.S. The Old Society: The First Hundred Years was written by J.W. Dicks and published in 1964 by the Huddersfield Examiner Letterpress.

The book details the history of the Union Discussion Society which first met in the Dorcas Room of the then newly opened Sunday School at Highfield Independent Chapel.

Details

  • hardback
  • 144 pages

Contents

  • The Old Society (page 1)
  • Every Subject Under the Sun (page 13)
  • The True and Faithful Record (page 23)
  • "Ye Songs of Ye Session" (page 33)
  • "And for the Ladies, Three" (page 45)
  • "The Knighthood" (page 53)
  • Keeping the Flag Flying (page 55)
  • "This Ancient Feast" (page 61)
  • Some Gleanings (page 73)
  • Smoking (page 73)
  • The Rules (page 75)
  • "Dear George" (page 77)
  • U.D.S. Presidents, 1864-1964 (page 83)
  • Pros and Cons (page 85)

U.D.S. The Old Society: The First Hundred Years (1964) by J.W. Dicks

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