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The Huguenot Library
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A NEW Quarto Series Publication
Volume 63 in the Huguenot Society Quarto Series, A Directory of Huguenot Refugees on the Channel Islands, 1548-1825, edited by Robert Nash, is now available. See here for information on how to order a copy.

2021-22 Lecture Series
The series will start at 6.00 pm on Wednesday, 10 November 2021, at the Dutch Church, London EC2N 2HA, with the Randolph Vigne Memorial Lecture, featuring a paper by Dr Alastair Duke and Dr Charles Littleton, '"There's scarcely a day when my heart does not weep": Letters of families separated during the Flemish and Walloon exile in England in the 1560s'. It will also be available by Zoom Webinar. For more information, contact meetings@huguenotsociety.org.uk.