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Samuel Wilberforce (1805-1873) English clergyman, son of the William Wilberforce the anti-slavery campaigner. Wilberforce in 1845 when he was Bishop of Oxford. Sometimes called 'Soapy Sam' or Saponaceous Samuel. An opponent of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. From 'The Illustrated London News' (London, 22 November 1845).

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Samuel Wilberforce (1805-1873) English clergyman, son of the William Wilberforce the anti-slavery campaigner.  Wilberforce in 1845 when he was Bishop of Oxford. Sometimes called 'Soapy Sam' or Saponaceous Samuel. An opponent of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.  From 'The Illustrated London News' (London, 22 November 1845).