RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoMS 2551 ff. 10-24
DescriptionLetters to Archbishop Tait, 18[56]-78, from:
- George Edward Lynch Cotton, subsequently (1858) Bishop of Calcutta, 22 October [1856], agreeing to preach at Tait's consecration as Bishop of London (f. 10);
- Henry Phillpotts, Bishop of Exeter, 25 March 1859, on the Marriage Law Amendment Bill (f. 12);
- William Page Wood, Baron Hatherley, 11 February 1869, on the Clergy Discipline Bill (f. 14);
- William Ewart Gladstone, statesman, 13 July 1870, declining invitation to Addington (f. 16);
- Richard William Church, Dean of St. Paul's, 4 April 1877, presenting an address (f. 18);
- Robert William Dale, Congregationalist divine, 3 December 1878, offering condolences (f. 20).
- Also a letter from George Augustus Selwyn, Bishop of Lichfield, to Mrs. Catharine Tait, 4 November 1876, giving £100 to restoration of Lambeth Palace chapel (f. 24).
AcquisitionGiven by Miss W. A. Myers, 1970

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970Church; Richard William (1815-1890); Dean of St Paul's; Historian1815-1890
GB/109/6965Cotton; George Edward Lynch (1813-1866); Bishop of Calcutta1813-1866
353Gladstone; William Ewart (1809-1898); statesman1809-1898
NA1871Phillpotts; Henry (1778-1869); Bishop of Exeter1778-1869
919Selwyn; George Augustus (1809-1878); Bishop of Lichfield1809-1878
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NA1257Tait; Catharine (-1878); née Spooner; wife of Archbishop Tait-1878
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