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TitleTHOMAS HERRING, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
Date1699-1757
DescriptionCorrespondence and papers of Thomas Herring (1693-1757), Archbishop of Canterbury 1747-57.
Included are papers relating to calendar reform which appear to have passed to Herring from earlier Archbishops, notably Thomas Tenison.

ff. 1-63. Papers relating to the calendar and calendar reform. 1699-1739.
For a report on calendar reform by Peter Davall, received by Archbishop Herring in 1750, see MS. 951/1 ff. 19-22.
ff. 1-2. A list of these papers, in the hand of Andrew Coltee Ducarel, Lambeth Librarian 1757-85, with corrections in the hand of Thomas Secker, Archbishop of Canterbury 1758-68. Items 15-20 in Ducarel's list are no longer present.
ff. 3-4. Copy of a report by William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, on a work by John Dee described here as 'A discours upon the reformation of the vulgar calendar for the civil yeare'. 25 March 1582. With reflections on Dee's work by John Greaves (1602-1652), Savilian Professor of Astronomy, Oxford. 1645. Published in 'Philosophical Transactions', October 1699.
Dee's work 'A playne Discourse and humble Advise for our Gratious Queen Elizabeth, her most Excellent Majestie to peruse and consider, as concerning the needful Reformation of the Vulgar Kalendar for the civile years and daies accompting, or verifyeng, according to the time truely spent' is Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 1789 ff. 1-62. See Robert Poole, 'Time's alteration. Calendar reform in early modern England' (London, 1998).
ff. 5-6. Letter to Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury, from John Wallis (1616-1703), mathematician. Oxford, 13 June 1699. Autograph, with endorsement in Tenison's hand. Large extract published in 'Philosophical Transactions', October 1699.
ff. 7-8. Letter to Humphrey Hody (1660-1707), Chaplain to Archbishop Tenison, from John Wallis (1616-1703), mathematician. Oxford, 10 Dec. 1701. Autograph, with endorsement in Tenison's hand.
f. 9. Title page of John Willes, 'The Julian and Gregorian year: or, the difference betwixt the old and new-stile' (London, 1700). Photocopy only; original at JE 73.W5.
ff. 10-41. 'The reformed kalendar : or, an essay towards altering our Julian kalendar to a nearer conformity with truth and our Christian aera, than hath been yet done by the Gregorian regulation. With an exemplar thereof fitted for the year 1704. ...' (London : printed for Sam. Manship, 1701). ESTC, T110969. Printed.
ff. 42-43. Letter [to Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury] signed Philirenes, referring to the work of John Wallis and sending a work of his own. n.d.
ff. 44-51. Robert Watts, 'The rule for finding Easter explain'd and vindicated : Wherein is shew'd the rubrick's agreement with the Council of Nice; and that Dr. Wallis's exceptions are mistaken and groundless. (London : printed for H. Clements, 1709). ESTC, N13189. Printed.
ff. 52-53. 'The rule for finding Easter in the Book of Common Prayer explain'd' (London, 1711). Printed.
f. 54. Letter to 'My Lord' [? Charles Trimnell, Bishop of Norwich] from Francis Hutchinson [?Francis Hutchinson (1660-1739), Vicar of Hoxne, Suffolk, afterwards Bishop of Down and Connor] concerning the repair of the chancel in his parish and the date of St. Matthias's day. 25 July 1711.
ff. 55-57. Photocopies of the title page and subsidiary title pages of [Robert Watts], 'The true time of keeping St. Matthias's-Day in leap-years : Shewing, that it is to be kept on the 24th, and not on the 25th of February ...' (London, 1712). ESTC, T100260. Original at JE 81.W2.
f. 58. A note on 'Popish saints' in the calendar of the Book of Common Prayer of 1549 and 1552. According to Ducarel's list this is in the hand of his predecessor as Lambeth Librarian, Henry Hall.
ff. 59-60. Letter to John Potter, Archbishop of Canterbury, from J. Bickerstaff, on the date of Easter. Dublin, 19 Jan. 1738/9
ff. 61-62. Anonymous letter addressed to 'My Lord' on the date of Easter. 8 March 1738/9.
f. 63. Table of dates 1676-1740.

ff. 64-138. Papers relating to church affairs in Scotland, especially the distressed state of episcopalians and a scheme to augment the stipends of ministers in the Church of Scotland. 1749-51.
ff. 64-65. A list of these papers, in the hand of Andrew Coltee Ducarel, Lambeth Librarian 1757-85, with corrections and instructions for their rearrangement in the hand of Thomas Secker, Archbishop of Canterbury 1758-68.
ff. 66-70. 'The case of the inhabitants in and about Glasgow of the persuasion of the Church of England as by law established'. An appeal to Thomas Herring for funds to help in building a chapel for worship. 1749. Endorsed by Herring: 'Offered to the Lord Chancellor. If carried on by Brief it must be from the King in Council...'
ff. 71-72. Letter to Herring on the distressed state of episcopalians in Scotland and appealing for financial support for the congregation in Elgin. Signed by George Charles and five others. 8 May 1750. Endorsement in Herring's hand.
ff. 73-74. Letter addressed to 'My Lord' [Archbishop Herring] from John Hildyard (d. 1757), bookseller at York, enclosing a seditious letter received by him (ff. 77-80) concerning church affairs in Scotland. 11 July 1750.
ff. 75-76. An unsigned letter concerning the augmentation of clergy stipends in Scotland. Fort George near Inverness, 2 Sept. 1750.
ff. 77-80. Anonymous letter received by John Hildyard (see ff. 73-74). n.d. Original and a copy. Copy endorsed by Herring: 'Copy of a paper sent me from York by Mr Hildyard July 11 1750. Lord Minto's son' [a son of Sir Gilbert Eliot (c.1693-1766), Lord of the Judiciary]
ff. 81-82. Letter addressed to 'My Lord' [Archbishop Herring] from William Wishart 'secundus' (1691/2-1753), Principal of the University of Edinburgh and a former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, on comprehension, toleration, the scheme for the augmentation of clergy stipends in Scotland and other subjects. 25 Sept. 1750.
ff. 83-84. Letter addressed to 'My Lord' [? Archbishop Herring] from Thomas Ranken concerning clergy stipends and tythes in Scotland. Dupplin, 16 Oct. 1750.
ff. 85-86. Letter [to William Wishart 'secundus' (1691/2-1753), Principal of the University of Edinburgh] from Thomas Herring concerning Herring's meeting with Commissioners from the Church of Scotland on the subject of the augmentation of clergy stipends in Scotland. 15 Dec. 1750. Endosed by Herring: 'Copy to the Principal of Edinburgh'.
ff. 87-88. Letter addressed to 'My Lord' [Archbishop Herring] from Alexander Duncan concerning the petition from the Church of Scotland to the King and Parliament on clergy stipends in Scotland. Smalholm, 16 Jan. 1750/1.
f. 89. 'Account of the proceedings of the Committee of the late General Assembly, for considering what relates to the augmentation of Ministers stipends, at their stated meeting the 7th of November 1749, and some subsequent diets'. n.d. Printed. 1f. Another copy is at f. 123.
ff. 90-95. 'Memorial concerning the augmentation of the smaller stipends of many ministers in the Church of Scotland humbly offered by the Commissioners from the General Assembly of that Church'. Signed by Robert Patoun, Patrick Cumming, William Steele and David Dalrymple. London, 20 Feb. 1750/1.
ff. 96-99. 'Memorial and representation for the Ministers of the Church of Scotland with respect to their stipends'. n.d.
ff. 100-103. 'Reasons of the dissent entered by my Lord Napier and adhered to by several other ruling elders against the resolution of the General Assembly appointing an application to be made to Parliament concerning the scheme for augmenting the stipends of the Ministers of the Church of Scotland. 1750'. Followed by 15 names headed by Lord Napier [Francis Napier, 6th Lord Napier] and Robert Dundas.
ff. 104-105. Petition to the House of Commons by Robert Patoun, Minister at Renfrew, Patrick Cumming, Professor of Church History, William Steele, Minister at Sorn, and David Dalrymple, Advocate and Ruling Elder, Commissioners of the Church of Scotland. A copy, endorsed by Herring: 'Petition to the House of Commons of the Commissioners of the General Assembly March 7 1750/1. For a report on this petition, see 'The Scots Magazine', vol 13, 1751, p. 149.
ff. 106-109. Letter to the Earl of Hopetoun [John Hope, 2nd Earl of Hopetoun] and other members of the committee for the landed interest of Scotland from the Earl of Morton [James Douglas, 14th Earl of Morton] and Mr. Hope [Charles Hope-Weir], concerning their opposition to the petition. London, 7 March 1750/1. A copy.
ff. 110-113. Reply to the Earl of Morton [James Douglas, 14th Earl of Morton] and Charles Hope-Weir, two members of the committee for opposing the scheme for the augmentation of ministers' stipends, from the committee. Signed by James Maitland, 7th Earl of Lauderdale, John Hope, 2nd Earl of Hopetoun, Robert Dundas and Archibald Murray. 13 March 1751. A copy.
ff. 114-117. 'Memorial concerning the demand now made by the deputys from the Scottish clergy'. n.d. A copy.
f. 118. 'Resolutions of the Commission of the General Assembly March and April 1751'.
ff. 119-120. Letter addressed to 'My Lord' [Archbishop Herring] from William Wishart 'secundus' (1691/2-1753), Principal of the University of Edinburgh and a former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, recommending 'William Maghie' [William McGhie] for the chair of astronomy in Gresham College. 20 June 1751.
ff. 121-122. 'Resolution of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, respecting the Augmentation of the Stipends of the Ministers...' 25 May 1749. Printed.
f. 123. 'Account of the proceedings of the Committee of the late General Assembly, for considering what relates to the augmentation of Ministers stipends, at their stated meeting the 7th of November 1749, and some subsequent diets'. n.d. Printed. 1f. Another copy is at f. 89.
f. 124. 'The active testimony of the true Presbyterians of Scotland : being a brief abstract of acknowledgment of sins, and engagement to duties, &c. As also, a first and second declaration of war against all the enemies of Christ at home and abroad...' (?Edinburgh, 1749). Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079 2.01.
f. 125. Samuel Delap, 'Remarks on some articles of the Seceders new convenant : and their act of presbytery, making it the term of ministerial and Christian communion' (Belfast, 1749). Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079 2.02.
f. 126. 'To the venerable assembly of the Church of Scotland, to meet at Edinburgh the 10th day of May 1750, the report of the committee appointed by the last General Assembly to have under consideration what concerns the augmentation of ministers stipends' (Edinburgh, 1750). Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079 2.03.
f. 127. William Steel, 'Memorial shewing the reasonableness and necessity of an immediate application to the King and Parliament for augmenting the small stipends in Scotland' (Edinburgh, 1750). Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079 2.04.
f. 128. 'An exposition of the reasons of dissent from a resolution of the last General Assembly : to apply to Parliament for an augmentation of stipends, &c. Entered by fifteen ruling elders' (Edinburgh, 1750). Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079 2.05.
f. 129. 'Answers to The reasons of dissent from a resolution of the General Assembly to apply to Parliament for an augmentation of stipends. With answers to the introduction prefixed to a printed copy of The reasons of dissent, &c. ...' (Edinburgh, 1750). Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079 2.06.
f. 130. 'The sum total of new speeches advanced in an old club in the year 1750'. Printed . 1 f. With an endorsement indicating that the old club is the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
ff. 131-132. 'A new song for Thursday the 17th of May, 1750'. A satire in verse. Printed. With numerous manuscript annotations identifying the characters and describing the date 17 May 1750 as 'the day that the augmentation party voted an application to Parliament ...'. n.d.
ff. 133-134. Another edition of the same satire, with manuscript annotations identifying the characters.
ff. 135-136. 'The Edinburgh Evening Courant'. 14 June 1750. Printed.
f. 137. 'Reasons of dissent from the sentence of the General Assembly May 15. 1751'. [Edinburgh, 1751]. Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079 2.07.
f. 138. 'An impartial account of the rise, progress, and nature of the scheme for augmenting the livings of the Scots clergy. In a letter to the publisher of the printed collection of papers relative to that affair' (Edinburgh, 1751). Photocopy of title page. Original work is at H9079.I6

ff. 139-148. Papers of Archbishop Thomas Herring as Visitor of Hereford Cathedral and judge in causes of appeal. The papers relate to a case brought by William Felton (1715-1769), composer and one of the vicars choral at Hereford, against Richard Waring (d. 1769), elected custos, or senior vicar, of the vicars choral in 1754. 1755.
ff. 139-146. Report on the case commissioned by Herring from Sir George Lee [Dean of the Arches and Judge of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury] and George Paul [Vicar General of the Archbishop of Canterbury]. Doctors' Commons, 20 February 1755. Signed by Lee and Paul.
ff. 147-148. Petition to Herring from William Felton following the report of Sir George Lee and George Paul. n.d. [1755]. Signed by Felton and annotated by Herring.
A stray from these papers is in MS 1154, ff. 1-4.

ff. 149-255. Papers relating to the fabric of St. Paul's Cathedral. 1749-56. The papers are largely those of Thomas Herring as a trustee, with the Bishop of London, of the fabric fund for St. Paul's. Included are numerous items in the hand of Thomas Secker, Dean of St. Paul's and simultaneously Bishop of Oxford. Many of these were letters and papers sent to Herring by Secker while Dean of St. Paul's. Secker reviewed these papers at a later date after he himself became Archbishop of Canterbury, and appears to have added items from his own papers dating from his years as Dean of St. Paul's.
ff. 149-153. A list of these papers, in the hand of Andrew Coltee Ducarel, Lambeth Librarian 1757-85, with (f. 152) corrections and instructions for their rearrangement in the hand of Thomas Secker, Archbishop of Canterbury 1758-68.
ff. 154-157. 'Observations relating to the fabrick of the Church of St. Paul's'. n.d. Endorsed by Herring: 'Observations by the B of L' [Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London].
ff. 158-161. 'Resolutions made by the Commissioners for the Church of St. Paul, London'. n.d. Two versions, one (ff. 160-1) in the hand of Thomas Secker, Dean of St. Paul's 1750-58 and afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury.
ff. 162-165. 'Resolutions made by the Commissioners for the Church of St. Paul, London'. n.d. With marginal notes in the hand of Thomas Secker.
ff. 166-168. Two letters to Archbishop Herring from Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London. 23 March and 17 July 1752. Endorsements in the hand of Thomas Secker.
ff. 169-170. Memorial from Henry Flitcroft (1697-1769), Surveyor of the Cathedral, concerning his salary, addressed to Thomas Herring, Archbishop of Canterbury, and Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London. n.d. Endorsed by Secker with the date 1752.
ff. 171-172. Plan of part of St. Paul's, including part of the south portico, indicating 'the pier ment to have been repaired'. Endorsed by Herring: 'Flitcroft, St. Paul's'. n.d. For a reference to the repair of piers, see f. 174.
ff. 173-174. 'St. Pauls Cathedrall August 1752. An account of some works necessary to be done'. Endorsed by Secker: 'Flitcroft's opinion of works needful at St. Paul's...'
f. 175. Note on the expenses of the fund for St. Paul's, in the hand of Thomas Secker. Endorsed by him: 'Savings proposed by the Dean of St. Paul's 1752'.
ff. 176-179. Statement in the hand of Thomas Secker on the fabric fund for St. Paul's, its use since the completion of the cathedral, extent and sufficiency. 31 October 1752. Endorsed by Herring: 'Bp of Oxford's state of the accounts and fund...'.
ff. 180-183. Questions in the hand of Thomas Herring on the state of the fabric fund for St. Paul's. n.d. [1752]. Endorsement by Secker: 'Questions in Abp Herrings hand-writing'. With a fair copy of the same.
ff. 184-185. Resolutions concerning the state of the fabric fund for St. Paul's, in the hand of Thomas Herring . n.d.
ff. 186-189. Letter to Herring from Thomas Secker, enclosing answers to Herring's questions concerning the fabric fund for St. Paul's (see ff. 180-3). 11 Nov. 1752.
ff. 190-193. A rough draft, in Secker's hand, of his answers to Herring's questions concerning the fabric fund for St. Paul's. Endorsed by Secker: 'Account of the practice of St. Paul's in relation to repairs and answers to the Abp's queries. 11 Nov 1752. rough draft.'
ff. 194-199. Statement in the hand of Thomas Secker on practice in relation to repairs at St. Paul's. 11 Nov. 1752. Endorsement in the hand of Thomas Herring.
ff. 200-201. Letter from Thomas Herring to Thomas Secker on the future of the fabric fund. 14 Nov. 1752. A copy.
ff. 202-203. Two letters to Thomas Herring from Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, 20-23 Nov. 1752.
ff. 204-205. Letter from Thomas Herring to Thomas Secker, sending a plan for the regulation of the fabric fund. 23 Nov. 1752.
ff. 206-211. Three letters to Thomas Herring from Thomas Secker concerning plans for the regulation of the fabric fund. 25 Nov. 1752; 3 and 10 Jan. 1753.
ff. 212-213. Letter from Thomas Herring to Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, concerning the plans for the regulation of the fabric fund. 13 Jan. 1753. A copy.
ff. 214-217. Two letters to Thomas Herring from Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, concerning the same. 15 and 17 January 1753.
ff. 218-219. Letter to Thomas Herring from Thomas Secker concerning the same. 22 Jan. 1753.
ff. 220-221. Letter to Thomas Herring from Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, concerning the same. 23 January 1753.
ff. 222-223. Letter to Thomas Herring from Thomas Secker proposing final corrections to the Resolutions for the regulation of the fabric fund. 26 Jan. 1753.
ff. 224-225. Letter to Thomas Herring from Thomas Secker concerning allowances to Valens Comyn (1688-1751) and his son, the Receiver to the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's. 30 Jan. 1753.
ff. 226-227. Letter to Thomas Herring from Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, concerning the same. 5 February 1753.
f. 228. 'An abstract of the accounts of the office of clerk of works for St. Paul's 24 June 1749-24 June 1752. Endorsed by Herring: 'State of the accounts from Comyn and Flitcroft...'.
f. 229. 'Resolutions made by the Commissioners for the Church of St. Paul London'. 7 Feb. 1753. Signed by Thomas Herring.
ff. 230-232. 'Resolutions made by the Commissioners for the Church of St. Paul London'. 10 March 1753. Original (f. 232) on vellum, signed by Thomas Herring, Thomas Sherlock and Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Lord Mayor of London. With a paper copy (ff. 230-1).
ff. 233-234. Accounts for the fabric of St. Paul's for five and a half years to January 1755. Annotations in the hand of Thomas Herring.
f. 235. Extracts from Acts of Parliament concerning St. Paul's. Endorsement in Secker's hand.
ff. 236-237. List of work needed on the fabric of St. Paul's. Endorsed: 'Survey of the Cathedral of St. Paul 1755'.
ff. 238-239. Accounts for the fabric of St. Paul's for two years to January 1755. Annotations in the hand of Thomas Herring.
ff. 240-244. Miscellaneous accounts 1753-55.
ff. 245-246. Abstract of expenses for the fabric of St. Paul's for six years to midsummer 1755.
f. 247. Letter to Thomas Herring from Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London. 15 Oct. 1755.
ff. 248-249. Letter to Thomas Herring from Thomas Secker concerning the 'obstinate perverseness' of the Surveyor, Henry Flitcroft, and recommendations for the medical treatment of Herring. 25 June 1756.
f. 250. Letter from Thomas Herring to Henry Flitcroft. 27 June 1756.
ff. 251-255. Two letters to Thomas Herring from Henry Flitcroft, submitting to an abatement of his salary as Surveyor at St. Paul's. 5 July and 7 Sept. 1756.

ff. 256-269. Miscellaneous papers. 1748-57.
ff. 256-259. Letter from Henry Rooke, Keeper of Records in the Tower and the Rolls Chapel, to Samuel Herring, enclosing the results of his searches in the records of the Tower and the Rolls Chapel relating to Croydon from 5 Edward I to 1 Edward VI. Rolls Chapel, 10 Sept. 1748. Endorsement in the hand of Archbishop Herring.
ff. 260-261. Letter from John Denne (1693-1767), antiquary and Archdeacon of Rochester, to an unnamed correspondent, concening his searches in the records of Rochester relating to archiepiscopal procurations from impropriate rectories of the church of Rochester lying in the diocese of Canterbury. Rochester, 7 Sept. 1749. An extract from this letter, in the hand of Thomas Secker, is in Secker 7, f. 176.
ff. 262-263. Orders for the management of Lady Nevill's Charity. 1753. Lady Nevill's Charity was for the clothing, educating and apprenticing of the children of poor housekeepers within the Bills of Mortality and the hamlet of Hammersmith.
ff. 264-266. Order for the appointment of Gowin Knight (1713-1772) as the first Principal Librarian of British Museum. 21 May 1756. With the royal sign manual of George II. Herring, as Archbishop of Canterbury and ex officio a Principal Trustee of the British Museum, was one of three persons charged with making the appointment (which lay formally in the Crown).
f. 267. Petition [to Archbishop Herring] from the inhabitants of Plaxtol in the parish of Wrotham, Kent, concerning Plaxtol chapel. n.d. With 20 signatures (some damaged and surnames lost).
ff. 268-269. Letter [from William Herring to Matthew Hutton, Archbishop of Canterbury] concerning the office which Herring held under the late Archbishop [Thomas Herring]. n.d. [1757]. A draft. William Herring was one of Archbishop Herring's executors.
LanguageEnglish
FindingAidsNew description by Richard Palmer, 2014
PhysicalDescriptionGuard book, 390 x 295 mm., bound in blue cloth.
Contains paper documents (except f. 232, vellum) of various sizes.
Copiesff. 149-255
Negative Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library, Box 271

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