RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoFP Jackson 30
TitleSurnames Philpott - Rooke
Descriptionff.1-5 Letters and papers from the Rev. J.E. Kempe on financial affairs of St Philip Regent Street, Piccadilly; 1880.
ff.6-7 Letters from the Bishop of Worcester on clergy in his diocese; 1878, 1884.
ff.8-12 Correspondence on a clergyman; 1878-1880.
ff.13-28 Letters on the use of ritualist practices at Sunbury; 1876.
ff.29-33 Letters on a clergyman joining the Salvation Army; 1883-1884.
ff.34-36 Correspondence with Sir W. Pink on relief following an accident on HMS Thunderer; 1876.
ff.37-39 Letter on conduct of a missionary of the Spanish Evangelical Church Mission; 1875.
ff.40-47 Letters on incumbents of Bow; 1878; on the permanent establishment of a Community of the Saving Name in, 1879;on the population and endowment of the district, 1879. Correspondents include the Bishop of Winchester.
ff.48-60 Letters on the appointment of the Rev. F.J. Ponsonby and his use of ritualist practices, 1877-1884. Correspondents include the Bishops of Peterborough, Truro and Gloucester & Bristol, and Lord Claud Hamilton. Ritualist practices include the use of candles, vestments, incense, and genuflection. Also covers membership of the English Church Union.
ff.61-62 Letter from the Bishop of New York on a clergyman entering his diocese, 1874.
ff.63-68 Letters from the Rev. J.H. Potter and others on his request for preferment, 1879.
ff.69-70 Letter from the Bishop of Winchester on a clergyman in his diocese, and on Archbishop Benson, 1884.
ff.71-72 Letter from the Bishop of Chichester on a clergyman in his diocese and on Convocation, 1880. Also mentions Queen Victoria.
ff.73-89 Letters from the Rev. G.P. Pownall and others: of recommendation, 1869, 1875; on parochial schools, use of confession and other ritualist practices, and the congregation of St John the Baptist Hoxton, 1877-1884. Correspondents include the Archbishop of Canterbury.
ff.90-118 Correspondence on the use of ritualist practices at St Matthias, Stoke Newington and the acceptance of a benefice by the Rev. N.C.S. Poyntz, 1878. Also covers the oath against simony, and services at St Philip Clerkenwell.
ff.119-124 Correspondence with the Rev. E. Price on the licensing of the chapel at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital under the Private Chapels Act 1871; 1875.
ff.125-126 Letter from the Rev. F.S. May on an Old Catholic congress in Germany, 1875.
ff.127-129 Correspondence on the use of ritualist practices at St Vedast Foster Lane, London, 1879. These include the use of vestments including the biretta and the sign of the Cross.
ff.130-133 Letter on Bishop Beckles' supervision of Anglican chapels in Scotland, including the holding of confirmations; 1881.
ff.134-155 Letters from and on the Rev. W.M. Puttock: his request for preferment, 1875, 1878; use of ritualist practices at St Anne Hoxton, including confession, incense, and wafer bread, 1884. Correspondents include the Rev. G.P. Pownall.
ff.156-157, 160 Letters from the Archbishop of York on a clergyman in his diocese; 1884.
ff.158-159 Letter on a mission in Taormina, Sicily, 1884.
ff.161-168 Correspondence on the Bishop of Tennessee: on his inhibition from holding a confirmation service in London, 1876; letter of introduction from, n.d..
ff.169-174 Letter on confession; 1875.
ff.175-178 Letters of recommendation for the Rev. F.E. Ramsay; 1874.
ff.179-180 Letter from the Bishop of Oxford on a clergyman in his diocese, 1878: 30, ff.179-80.
ff.181-185 Letters from the Rev. T. Randolph on a proposed Bill concerning the financial support of prebendaries of St Paul's; 1872.
ff.186-193 Letters on the conversion of a former Church of England clergyman from the Roman Catholic Church and his application to resume Holy Orders; 1877. Correspondents include the Bishop of Hereford and Cardinal Newman.
ff.194-195 Letter from the Bishop of Lincoln on a former clergyman in his diocese, 1878.
ff.196-197 Letter from the Rev. A. Brook on a clergyman; 1878.
ff.198-199 Letter of recommendation from the Bishop of Manchester; 1876.
ff.200-202 Letters from the President of Magdalen and the Bishop of Durham on a clergyman; 1873, 1884.
ff.203-204 Letter from the Bishop of Winchester on a clergyman in his diocese, 1875.
ff.205-220 Letters on a proposed exchange of benefices and the ritualist tendencies of a clergyman, particularly the use of the eastward position; 1872. Correspondents include the Archdeacon of Lincoln, and the Rev. F.C. Massingberd. Also covers the Purchas judgement, and the (dis)establishment of the Church of England.
ff.221-228 Letters and papers on the Society for the Liberation of Religion from State Patronage and Control; 1875. Correspondents include the London Working Men's Council for Church Defence.
ff.229-243 Letters from the Rev. E.W. Relton: on St George Old Brentford, 1871; on services of Holy Communion at the Royal India Asylum, and the licensing of hospitals for services of Holy Communion, 1873; on the population of and mission work in Ealing, Middlesex, and on his capabilities, 1882. Also covers the work of the Salvation Army.
ff.244-246 Letters from the Bishops of Ripon and Chichester on clergymen in their dioceses; 1871, 1881.
ff.247-255 Correspondence on the Berkeley Chapel Mayfair (a proprietary chapel of Bishop Beckles) and its minister; 1873. Correspondents include Bishop Beckles and J.B. Lee.
ff.256-268 Letters of recommendation from the Dean of Westminster , the Rev. W.W. How, and the Bishops of Oxford, North Queensland, Edinburgh, St Alban's, Llandaff, and others; 1877-1884. Also covers membership of the Church Union Society (f.268).
ff.269-273 Letters from the Archbishop of Canterbury on a clergyman; c.1875. Includes letter of recommendation to the Archbishop from H. Reeve.
ff.274-279 Correspondence on the position of curates, including from Dean Church; 1878, 1882.
ff.280-289 Letter from the Rev. T.P. Boultbee on students of the London College of Divinity, 1880.
ff.290-293 Letters from the Bishop of Ripon and the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford on a clergyman in the diocese of Ripon; 1884.
ff.294-301 Letters on cautionary letters issued against a clergyman, 1872. Correspondents include the Rev. J. Bardsley, J.B. Lee, and the Archdeacon of Ely.
ff.302-311 Letters from the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford, the Rev. C.H. Turner and the Bishop of Oxford on an incapacitated clergyman; 1884.
ff.312-313 Letter from the Bishop of Worcester on a clergyman of his diocese, 1881.
ff.314-319 Letters from on the population of St Clement Kensington and a proposed new church; 1871-1874.
ff.320-329 Letters from the Rev. R.T. Davidson, the Bishop of Rochester and others on a clergyman against whom cautionary letters had been issued, 1883-1884.
ff.330-336 Letters from the Bishops of Ely and others on clergyman in their diocese; 1871, [1880]. Including membership of the Church Association and the licensing of those in colonial orders.
ff.337-338 Letter from the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford on a clergyman in Scottish orders and on the Rev. E. Bailey-Churchill; 1881.
ff.339-340 Letter from the Bishop of Edinburgh on a clergyman in his diocese, 1881.
ff.341-344 Letter on accusations of ritualism and on the Lay Helpers' Association, 1876.

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