RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
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Alt Ref NoMS 1123/3
Extent239 ff.
TitleTHOMAS SECKER: PAPERS RELATING TO THE CHURCH IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES
Date1760-1763
DescriptionPapers of Thomas Secker (1693-1768), Bishop of Oxford 1737-58 and Archbishop of Canterbury 1758-68, relating to the church in the American colonies. Many of the papers relate to the work of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, of which the Archbishop of Canterbury was President.
The papers have endorsements in Secker's hand and may have been arranged by him.
This volume is part of a series (MS. 1123/1-3).

ff. 1-2. Flyleaves, with a note in the hand of Samuel Wayland Kershaw, Lambeth Librarian 1868-1910.
ff. 3-6. List of the contents of this volume. 18th century.
ff. 7-8 [item 216]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson on colonial publications and affairs of King's College, New York. 24 Nov. 1760.
ff. 9-10 [item 217]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Samuel Johnson concerning the award of a doctorate to Henry Barclay, the affairs of King's College, New York, and the attitude of the new king toward the American churches. 20 Jan. 1761.
ff. 11-14 [items 218-219]. Letter to Secker from the Anglican clergy of Boston and its vicinity, signed by Timothy Cutler, Henry Caner and 14 others, enclosing a copy of an address to George III congratulating him on his accession. 26 Jan. 1761. The address is endorsed by Secker: 'It was not thought proper to present this address because it desires that bishops may be sent to America, which request was deemed premature'.
f. 15 [item 220]. Letter to Secker from Philip Bearcroft, Secretary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, concerning addresses to George III. 14 April 1761.
ff. 16-17 [item 221]. Letter to Secker from Benjamin Lindsay, an S.P.G. missionary at Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, expressing his unwillingness to return there and seeking another mission. London, 18 Feb. 1761.
ff. 18-19 [items 222-223]. Two letters to Secker from Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, concerning the presentation to George III of an address from New York. 14 and 18 April 1761.
ff. 20-21 [item 224]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson concerning candidates for the ministry and the question of bishops for America, and enclosing a draft address to George III from the clergy in America (see ff. 32-3). 2 May 1761.
ff. 22-31 [items 225-227]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson, mainly concerning King's College, New York, enclosing two copies of an address to George III, dated 12 May 1761, from the Governors of the College, one signed and the other with the College seal. 20 May 1761.
ff. 32-33 [item 228]. Draft address to George III from the Anglican clergy in America urging him to provide bishops. In the hand of Samuel Johnson, being an enclosure with his letter of 2 May (see ff. 20-1).
ff. 34-35 [items 229-230]. Letter from Revd. John Moore to Monsieur Bourdillon concerning Abraham Immer, minister of the church at Purrysburg, South Carolina. With Bourdillon's reply. 21-22 May 1761.
ff. 36-39 [item 231]. Letter to Secker from the Anglican clergy of Pennsylvania concerning William McClenachan. In the hand of William Smith. Signed by him and 10 others. 28 May 1761.
ff. 40-41 [item 232]. Letter to Secker from Henry Barclay thanking him for his help in obtaining an Oxford D.D. 3 June 1761.
ff. 42-43 [item 233]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson on the wish of Mr. Gibbs [Revd. William Gibbs, of Simsbury, Connecticut] to retire home and enclosing an address to George III from the clergy of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. 14 June 1761.
ff. 44-45 [item 234]. Letter to Secker from Charles Inglis (1734-1816), S.P.G. misssionary and afterwards Bishop of Nova Scotia, thanking him for his handling of the case of William McClenachan and reporting on a religious sect, the Dunkard Brethren. Dover, Pennsylvania, 21 June 1761.
ff. 46-49 [items 235-236]. Two letters to Secker from William Smith concerning Samuel Johnson's draft of an address to George III and other church affairs. 20 July and 20 Aug. 1761.
f. 50 [item 237]. Letter to Secker from Michael Cox, Archbishop of Cashel, concerning Joseph Bennett, a curate in his diocese who must flee to America to escape his creditors. 5 Aug. 1761.
ff. 51-52 [item 238]. Copy of a letter from Secker to William Smith concerning William McClenachan, and about addresses to George III. 10 Oct. 1761.
ff. 53-58 [items 239-241]. Three letters to Secker from Daniel Burton (d. 1775), Chancellor of the Diocese of Oxford and Secker's chaplain while Bishop of Oxford, concerning Secker's wish to appoint him Secretary [of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel]. 15-21 Oct. 1761.
f. 59 [item 242]. Summary, in Secker's hand, of his letter to Samuel Johnson of 10 Dec. 1761 concerning the issue of episcopacy, addresses to George III, assistance to William Gibbs and other matters.
f. 60 [item 243]. Letter to Secker from William Deadman, complaining against William Sturgeon, catechist of the negroes in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 3 Nov. 1761.
ff. 61-62 [item 244]. Letter to Secker from George Harison about church affairs on Long Island. New York, 2 Jan. 1762.
ff. 63-66 [items 245-246]. Two letters to Secker from Samuel Johnson, and from Henry Barclay on behalf of the Governors of King's College, New York, approving Secker's proposal of Mr. Cooper [Myles Cooper] as Vice-President of the College. 9 and 11 Jan. 1762.
ff. 67-68 [item 247]. Letter to Daniel Burton from Robert Hay Drummond, Archbishop of York, concerning the Barbados plantation of S.P.G. and the prospective purchase of a further estate with 160 negroes. 2 Jan. 1762. With an endorsement by Secker.
f. 69 [item 248]. Note concerning the identity of the current legal representative of Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury. Endorsed by Secker: 'Mr. Parry about the representative of Archbishop Tenison, 1762'.
ff. 70-71 [item 249]. Letter to Secker from Leonard Watson concerning his ordination to the priesthood. London, 12 Feb. 1762. Endorsed by Secker: 'Sent him word I never intermeddled in ordinations for the colonies'.
ff. 72-73 [item 250]. Letter to Secker from Henry Barclay on behalf of the Governors of King's College, New York, approving Secker's proposal of Mr. Cooper [Myles Cooper] as Vice-President of the College. A copy of the letter at ff. 65-66, but this copy dated 12 Feb. 1762.
ff. 74-75 [item 251]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson, concerning Mr. Bennet [Cornelius Bennet, see f. 198] and a proposal to employ him to teach Mohawks and other native Americans, and other church matters. King's College, New York, 27 Feb. 1762.
ff. 76-77 [item 252]. Letter to Secker from Edward Bentham, concerning the appointment of Myles Cooper as Vice-President of King's College, New York. Christ Church [Oxford], 11 March 1762.
ff. 78-79 [item 253]. Letter to Secker from Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of London, concerning the complaint against William Sturgeon, catechist of the negroes in Philadelphia. 13 March 1762.
ff. 80-83 [items 254-256]. Two letters to Secker from Myles Cooper concerning his appointment to the College at New York and arrangements for his voyage to America. 15 and 24 March 1762. With a copy of Secker's reply, 19 March 1762.
ff. 84-85 [item 257]. Letter to Secker from William Smith about the financial state of the College at Philadelphia, the growth of British dominions in America and the need to evangelise a great and growing people. London, 29 March 1762.
ff. 86-87 [item 258]. A printed item: 'To all charitable persons, and patrons of useful knowlege'. Docket title: 'An humble representation, by William Smith, D.D. Provost of the College, Academy, and Charitable School, of Philadelphia; in behalf of the said seminary'. London, 1762. ESTC, t221923.
ff. 88-91 [item 259]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson, on matters concerning the church in America and King's College, New York. New York, 10 April 1762.
ff. 92-93 [item 260]. Letter to Secker from William Smith concerning the College at Philadelphia. London, 19 April 1762.
ff. 94-95 [item 261]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson, concerning a collection to be made in England for King's College, New York, by Dr. James Jay, a physician [Sir James Jay (1732-1815), Kt 1763]. 12 May 1762.
ff. 96-97 [item 262]. 'An humble address of the Governors of the College of the province of New York', addressed to Secker, concerning the collection to be made by James Jay. 14 May 1762. With the College seal.
ff. 98-99 [item 263]. Letter to Secker from George Harison soliciting support for his appointment as judge of the vice admiralty court. New York, 5 July 1762.
ff. 99-101 [items 264-265]. Two letters to Secker from James Jay concerning his negotiations with the government for a collection for King's College, New York. n.d. Endorsed with dates 19, 21 July 1762.
ff. 102-103 [items 266-267]. Copy of a letter From Secker to the Lords of the Treasury concerning the licensing of Myles Cooper and expenses for his voyage to America, 2 Aug. 1762. In Secker's hand. With a letter from Philip Moore to William Symondson stating that a licence to preach in America must be given by the Bishop of London [then away from London] and not by a surrogate. 31 July 1762.
ff. 104-105 [item 268]. Letter to Secker from William Smith and James Jay about securing a church brief for the Colleges. 9 Aug. 1762.
ff. 106-107 [item 269]. Letter to Secker from Henry Caner sending a copy of an Act of the province of Massachusetts, passed in 'May last' [?but recte in 1761, see ff.109-111], which he denounces as an attempt by the dissenters to frustrate the S.P.G. by establishing a rival society for converting the Indians. Boston, 9 Aug. 1762. Printed in Perry, vol 3, pp. 471-2.
f. 108 [item 270]. A printed church brief: 'Colleges of Philadelphia and New York, in America. To be collected from house to house throughout England and Wales. Estimate 12,000l. ...'. Text dated 19 Aug. 2 George III [1762]. (London, 1762). ESTC, T195740.
ff. 109-110 [item 271]. A printed item: 'An Act to incorporate certain Persons by the Name of the Society for propagating Christian Knowledge among the Indians of North -America'. The Act was passed by the Assembly of Massachusetts in the session from May 1761 to Jan. 1762.
ff. 111-112 [item 272]. Letter [to Secker] from George Sandby (1717-1807), Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, concerning the bequest of John Groome (d. 1760), Vicar of Childerditch, Essex, to Magdalene College and other charities, including S.P.G. Denton [Norfolk], 20 Sept. 1762.
ff. 113-114 [item 273]. Letter to Secker from William Smith concerning Mr. Harrison's desire for public office [? George Harison, see ff. 98-9], and about the church brief for the Colleges of New York and Philadelphia. London, 27 Sept. 1762.
ff. 115-116 [item 274]. Letter to Secker from Thomas Wall concerning the bequest of John Groome (see. ff. 111-2). Temple, 27 Sept. 1762.
ff. 117-118 [item 275]. Letter to Secker from James Jay concerning the church brief for the Colleges of New York and Philadelphia. n.d. Endorsed by Secker 'Sept. 30 1762'.
ff. 119-120 [item 276]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of London, concerning the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly to establish a 'Society for propagating Christian Knowledge among the Indians of North -America'. 5 Oct 1762.
ff. 121-124 [item 277]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Henry Caner concerning the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly to establish a 'Society for propagating Christian Knowledge among the Indians of North -America'. 6 Oct 1762. Published in Perry, vol 3, pp. 474-6.
ff. 125-128 [item 278]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Samuel Johnson, on the church brief for the Colleges, controversial publications, the Act passed in Boston to establish a rival missionary society and other matters. 6 Oct 1762.
ff. 129-130 [item 279]. Letter to Secker from Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of London, concerning the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly to establish a rival missionary society. 11 Oct. 1762. Published in Perry, vol 3, pp. 476-7.
f. 131 [item 280]. Letter to Secker from Henry Caner recommending Joshua Wingate Weeks, a candidate for ordination and appointment by S.P.G. to the mission at Marblehead. Boston, 6 Nov. 1762.
ff. 132-135 [items 281-282]. Letter to Secker from William Smith, enclosing a paper by him on the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly to establish a rival missionary society. 22 Nov. 1762. Published in Perry, vol 3, pp. 477-481.
f. 136 [item 283]. Letter to Secker from Francis Alison, thanking him for a donation to relieve frontier inhabitants who suffered in the indian war, noting that funds have been applied to release captives. Philadelphia, 2 Dec. 1762.
ff. 137-138 [item 284]. Letter to Secker from Myles Cooper on the state of King's College, New York. New York, 2 Dec. 1762.
ff. 139-140 [item 285]. Letter to Secker from Anthony Benezet (1713-1784), Quaker abolitionist, against the slave trade. Philadelphia, 4 Dec. 1762.
ff. 141-142 [item 286]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson on the arrival of Myles Cooper and his wish that Cooper should succeed him at King's College; and on his wish to serve S.P.G. at Stratford, Connecticut. New York, 5 Dec. 1762.
f. 143 [item 287]. Letter to Secker from Robert Hay Drummond, Archbishop of York, on the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly to establish a rival missionary society. 11 Dec. 1762.
ff. 144-149 [item 288]. Letter to Secker from Henry Caner on the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly to establish a rival missionary society. Boston, 23 Dec. 1762. Published in Perry, vol 3, pp. 482-9.
ff. 150-151 [item 289]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson concerning the church brief for the Colleges, the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly and other matters. New York, 6 Jan. 1763.
ff. 152-153 [item 290]. Letter to Secker from Henry Caner about controversial literature published by the Dissenters. Boston, 7 Jan. 1763. Published in Perry, vol 3, pp. 489-91.
f. 154 [item 291]. 'The Address of the Trustees of the College, Academy and Charity School in the City of Philadelphia'. An address to Secker expressing gratitude for his support. Philadelphia, 11 Dec. 1763. Signed by Richard Peters, President of the Trustees.
ff. 155-156 [item 292]. Letter to Secker from Richard Peters, President of the Trustees of the College at Philadelphia, thanking Secker for his support of the College and reporting his own appointment as rector of Christ Church and St. Peter's, Philadelphia. 15 Jan. 1763.
f. 157 [item 293]. Extract from a letter dated 27 Jan. 1763 from Sir Jeffrey Amherst to the Secretary at War concerning the case of Mr. Charlton. Endorsed by Secker: '... about Mr. Charlton's glebe'.
ff. 158-159 [item 294]. Letter to Secker from Edmund Keene, Bishop of Chester, on the Act of the Massachusetts Assembly to establish a rival missionary society. n.d. Endorsed by Secker: 'Feb. 1 1763'.
ff. 160-161 [item 295]. Letter to Secker from Jacob Duché on his return from England, his confirmation as one of the ministers of the united churches of Christ Church and St. Peter's, Philadelphia, and the appointment of Richard Peters as rector. Philadelphia, 4 Feb. 1763. Cf. Secker 7, ff. 154-161.
ff. 162-163 [item 296]. Letter of thanks to Secker from the Governors of King's College, New York, signed by Benjamin Prat. n.d. Endorsed by Secker: 'Recd by me Feb. 6 1763'.
f. 164 [item 297]. Letter to Secker from John Burton (1696-1771) concerning the Barbados plantation of S.P.G.. Eton College, 25 Feb. 1763.
ff. 165-166 [item 298]. Letter to Secker from the members of St. Andrew's church at Simsbury, Connecticut, appealing for the appointment of Roger Viets (whom they have sent for ordination) as their missioner. With 29 signatures. n.d. Endorsed by Secker: 'Received March 1763'.
ff. 167-168 [item 299]. Letter to Secker from an anonymous layman, signed 'Non quis sed quid' concerning a proposal for a bishopric in Canada, and opposing the appointment of John Brooks. London, 25 March 1763.
ff. 169-170 [item 300]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Samuel Johnson on various matters concerning the church in America. 30 March 1763.
ff. 171-172 [item 301]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Henry Caner on relations with the Dissenters and other matters. 30 March 1763. Printed in Perry, vol 3, pp. 494-6.
ff. 173-175 [items 302-303]. Letter to Secker from George Barker, a curate in the Church of England, requesting to serve as a missionary in North America. London, 5 April 1763. With a copy of Secker's reply, 6 April 1763.
ff. 176-177 [item 304]. Letter to Secker from Furnivall Bowen concerning the royal bounty [for his passage to America]. At sea, 17 April 1763.
f. 178 [item 305]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Richard Peters, rector of Christ Church and St. Peter's, Philadelphia, on the Bishop of London's role in relation to the American churches and the hope of appointing bishops. 18 April 1763.
f. 179. number not allocated.
ff. 180-181 [item 306]. Letter to Secker from Anthony Benezet (1713-1784), Quaker abolitionist, against the slave trade. Philadelphia, 24 April 1763.
f. 182 [item 307]. Letter to Secker from Jacob Duché sending a copy of a published sermon. Philadelphia, 27 April 1763.
f. 183 [item 308]. Extract from the records of the Privy Council recording its repeal, on 20 May 1763, of the 'Act to incorporate certain Persons by the Name of the Society for propagating Christian Knowledge among the Indians of North -America' which had been passed by the Assembly of Massachusetts.
ff. 184-187 [items 309-310]. Two letters to Secker from Henry Caner on controversies with the Dissenters and the missionary society intended to rival that of S.P.G.; also intoducing Samuel Trink, sent to London for ordination and appointment to a mission at Rutland, sixty miles from Boston. Boston, 8 and 22 June 1763. Printed in Perry, vol 3, pp. 497-9.
ff. 188-189 [item 311]. Letter to Secker from Myles Cooper reporting the death of the wife of Samuel Johnson and the resignation of Johnson as President of King's College, New York, and commenting on his own position as Johnson's successor. New York, 23 June 1763.
f. 190 [item 312]. Letter to Secker from James Jay, sending on loan a pamphlet by Jonathan Mayhew (1720-1766) against the S.P.G. and a narrative of the Indian school at Lebanon. 24 June 1763.
ff. 191-192 [item 313]. Copy of a letter from Secker to [George Stone], Primate of Ireland, introducing William Smith and Sir James Jay, collecting funds for the Colleges of Philadelphia and New York. 25 June 1763.
ff. 193-194 [item 314]. Letter to Secker from William Smith, commenting on the sermon by Jacob Duché. 25 June 1763.
f. 195 [item 315]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson introducing Leonard Cutting, a candidate for ordination and appointment to a mission at Brunswick, New Jersey. Stratford, New England, 1 July 1763.
ff. 196-197 [item 316]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson concerning the prospects for episcopacy in America, missions, his succession by Myles Cooper at King's College New York, and other matters. Stratford, 10 Aug. 1763.
ff. 198-199 [item 317]. Letter to Secker from Henry Caner on the Church of England as the Established Church in the American colonies; the missionary society rivalling S.P.G., now attached to a Scottish society [Society in Scotland for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge], and its eirenic move in employing Cornelius Bennet as a catechist of the indians; and other matters. Boston, 16 Aug. 1763.
ff. 200-201 [item 318]. Letter to Secker from Daniel Burton, Secretary of S.P.G., concerning appointments to missions. 5 Sept. 1763.
ff. 202-203 [item 319]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Henry Caner concerning episcopacy, controversies with Jonathan Mayhew and the Dissenters; the missionary society rivalling S.P.G., and other matters. 15 Sept. 1763.
ff. 204-205 [item 320]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Jacob Duché, seeking information on a report that the College of Philadelphia is becoming 'a mere Presbyterian faction'; on negotiations with Government ministers on the question of episcopacy; and relations with the Dissenters. 15 Sept. 1763. Printed in Perry, vol 2, pp. 389-91 (where mis-dated 16 Sept. 1763).
ff. 206-207. Letter to Secker from Robert Hay Drummond, Archbishop of York, concerning the Barbados plantation of S.P.G.. 15 Sept. 1763.
ff. 208-209 [item 322]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Henry Barclay urging the Governors of King's College, New York, to make adequate financial provision for Myles Cooper as President. 19 Sept. 1763.
ff. 210-211 [item 323]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Myles Cooper concerning financial provision for him as President. 19 Sept. 1763.
ff. 212-213 [item 324]. Letter to Secker from Myles Cooper concerning Leonard Cutting (in England for ordination), and the affairs of King's College, New York. New York, 23 Sept. 1763.
ff. 214-215 [item 325]. Copy of a letter from Secker to Samuel Johnson concerning the controversy with Jonathan Mayhew (1720-1766) about the S.P.G., missions in New England and New York, episcopacy and other matters. 28 Sept. 1763.
f. 216 [item 326]. Letter to Secker from John Michael Kern, minister of the German Reformed Church, New York. London, 3 Oct. 1763. In Latin.
ff. 217-218 [item 327]. Copy of a letter to William Hooper, minister of Trinity church, Boston, from Thomas Barnard, a dissenting minister, giving an account of the character of William Walter, under consideration to be assistant minister of Trinity. Salem, 15 Oct. 1763.
ff. 219-224 [item 328]. Letter to Secker from Richard Peters, on the College at Philadelphia; George Whitefield; the great number of Presbyterians; and the question of bishops. Philadelphia, 17 Oct. 1763. Printed in Perry, vol 2, pp. 391-5.
ff. 225-226 [item 329]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson intoducing Bela Hubbard and Abraham Jarvis, candidates for ordination, and on church affairs in Connecticut. Stratford, 20 Oct. 1763.
f. 227 [item 330]. Letter to Secker from Myles Cooper concerning his salary as President of King's College, New York. New York, 2 Nov. 1763.
ff. 228-229 [item 331]. Letter to Secker from Henry Caner enclosing a reply to the attack on S.P.G. by Jonathan Mayhew, and introducing William Walter, in London for ordination with a view to appointment as assistant minister at Trinity church, Boston. Boston, 16 Nov. 1763.
ff. 230-231 [item 332]. Letter to Secker from William Hooper, minister of Trinity church, Boston, on a bequest funding a post of assistant minister at Trinity church. Boston, 23 Nov. 1763.
ff. 232-235 [items 333-335]. Two letters to Secker from Robert Hay Drummond, Archbishop of York, concerning the Barbados plantation of S.P.G.. With a copy of a letter from Secker to Wills Hill, Earl of Hillsborough, afterwards 1st Marquess of Downshire. 11-16 Dec. 1763.
ff. 236-237 [item 336]. Letter to Secker from Samuel Johnson, asking: 'Is there then nothing more that can be done, either for obtaining Bishops, or demolishing these pernicious Charter Governments, and reducing them all to one form, in immediate dependance on the King?'. Stratford, 20 Dec. 1763.
ff. 238-239. Blank flyleaves.
LanguageEnglish
FindingAidsNew description by Richard Palmer, 2013, drawing on text in C M Andrews and F G Davenport, 'Guide to the manuscript materials for the history of the United States to 1783 ...' (1908), pp 290-301.
PhysicalDescriptionCloth binding, 355 x 275 mm., 20th cent.
Paper leaves, various sizes.
CopiesMicrofilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 774
PublnNoteA number of items are printed from this manuscript in William Stevens Perry, 'Historical collections relating to the American colonial church', 5 vols (Hertford, Connecticut, 1870-78). [Lambeth Palace Library H5833]

MSS 1123/1-3 used in Robert G. Ingram, 'Religion, Reform and Modernity in the Eighteenth Century: Thomas Secker and the Church of England', Studies in Modern British Religious History, 17 (The Boydell Press, 2007) [Lambeth Palace Library H5198.SI6]

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