RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoMS 1163
Extent167 ff.
TitleHENRY HALL, LAMBETH LIBRARIAN: LETTERS TO A.C. DUCAREL
Date21 July 1756-16 Oct 1763
DescriptionLetters from Henry Hall (1717-1763), Lambeth Librarian 1742-57, to his succesor Andrew Coltee Ducarel
Hall was ordained in 1749 and served in Kent as Rector of Harbledown 1750-63, Vicar of Herne 1752-6, Rector of Orpington 1755-63, and Vicar of East Peckham 1756-63.

The letters relate to Lambeth Palace Library and its collections, antiquarian research concerning Lambeth Palace and Croydon Palace, and antiquities and ecclesiastical affairs in the diocese of Canterbury.

Included are letters concerning the manuscripts of Henry Wharton (1664-1695), with a transcript of a codicil to his will concerning his papers relating to William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 19-24).
LanguageEnglish
FindingAidsNew description by Richard Palmer, 2012
PhysicalDescriptionQuarter leather binding with boards covered in cloth, 330 x 240 mm., 20th cent.
A guard book; paper leaves.
CustodialHistoryBookplate of Andrew Coltee Ducarel on front pastedown.
This manuscript was lot 1450 in 'A catalogue of the very valuable library ... of the late A.C. Ducarel', sold by Leigh and Sotheby 3 April 1786, when it was purchased by Michael Lort (d. 1790), Lambeth Librarian, and later given to the Library.
PublnNotePalmer, Richard, 'Sancroft Versus Sheldon: A Case of Books' in The Library (18:3), 2017 [Lambeth Palace Library Z1008.[B5]]

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CodeNameDates
NA2381Ducarel; Andrew Coltée (1713-1785); Lambeth Librarian1713-1785
GB/109/15311Hall; Henry (1717-1763); Librarian to Archbishop of Canterbury1717-1763
NA2929Diocese of Canterbury
GB/109/13905Wharton; Henry (1664-1695); clergyman, antiquary and historian1664-1695
35Laud; William (1573-1645); Archbishop of Canterbury1573-1645
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PL2Lambeth Palace/Lambeth/Surrey
NA1299Croydon Palace/Croydon/Surrey
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