A sort of Socratic spirit will necessarily grow up, wherever large bodies of men assemble. Each brings, as it were, into the common bank his mite of information, and putting it to a sort of circulating usance, each contributor has the advantage of a large interest, without any diminution of capital. (John Thelwall, The Rights of Nature, 1796)

Like a branch of  Thelwall’s ‘common bank’ this space invites deposits of news, calls for papers, announcements, notices of work in progress, and other mites of information that may increase interest in Thelwall.

Beaufort Building Llyswen Farm The Institute



The Institute:
Thelwall Society Website

John Thelwall:
Words and Work

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