RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoBenson 180
Extentxxiii + 315 pp.
TitleNewspaper cuttings
DescriptionA collection of newspaper cuttings 1896 including:
ffi-xxiii - index

ff1-6 - The origin and design of Church House, its opening by the Duke of York, includes an interview with the Secretary, with engravings, sketches and photographs
ff7-10 - Articles on the history of Whitgift Grammar School, Croydon, opening of wards on St Thomas's Hospital, the sons of the clergy, voluntary schools, and the duties of the Archbishop
ff11-14 - Articles on the Tercentenary celebration of the Whitgift Foundation, printing, Marlborough House, and a cartoon on the 1870 Education Act
ff15-16 - A series of articles on the Commissary Court on East Sutton, Kent, the Queen’s Birthday
ff17-23 - The Coronation of the Emperor of Russia
ff24-30 - A series of articles on the Education Bill along with several political cartoons, Canon Murray's Jubilee, the Drummond Castle Disaster, the Canterbury Diocesan Conference, the Archbishop's visits to Ireland
ff31-34- Articles on the Lambeth Conference, Lambeth Diplomas, the appointment of churchmen, and the Royal wedding of Maud and Charles (engravings)
ff35-41 - The Archbishops visit to Ireland including the Catholic Conference, Londonderry, St Columba's, Kildare Cathedral, and Armagh
ff42-58 - Articles announcing the death of the Archbishop of Canterbury including retrospectives, testimonials and engravings
ff59 - Articles on the funeral of the Archbishop including pictures and engravings of the service
ff75-77 - A series of photos of Archbishop Benson and his family

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17Benson; Edward White (1829-1896); Archbishop of Canterbury1829-1896
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NA1691Victoria (1819-1901); Queen of Great Britain and Ireland1819-1901
GB/109/13560Nicholas II (1868-1918); Emperor of Russia, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland1868-1918
GB/109/17642Haakon VII (1872-1957); King of Norway1872-1957
DS/UK/6100Corporation of Church House; 1888-1888-
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