RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoMS 2971
Extent383 ff.
DescriptionCorrespondence of E. J. Palmer concerning the Indian Church Measure (Church Assembly) and the Indian Church Bill for dissolving the legal union between the Church of England and the Church of England in India. For an account of the movement for Indian autonomy see C. J. Grimes, 'Towards an Indian Church', 1946.

The correspondents are:

-Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood (1941), 1923-7 (ff. 1-87).
-Hugh John Godley, Counsel to the Chairman of Committees (House of Lords), and (1932) 2nd Baron Kilbracken, 1925 (ff. 88-92).
-Alan Leslie, legal adviser, 1923-7 (ff. 93-150).
-Roundell Cecil Palmer, Viscount Wolmer, and (1942) 3rd Earl of Selborne, 1923-7 (ff. 151-383).

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