RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoMS 3578
Extent179 ff
DescriptionCorrespondence concerning offers of preferment, 1904-23. David was offered the suffragan see of Burnley in 1904, and the sees of Lichfield (1913), Newcastle (1915), and St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich (1921) (ff.1-49).

Correspondence concerning a complaint by Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood (1941), about preaching by Unitarians in Liverpool cathedral, 1933-4. Following a petition to the Archbishop of York, the Upper House of York Convocation resolved that invitations to preach at special services should not be extended beyond 'the Church's Common Confession of Faith received at the World Conference on Faith and Order at Lausanne in 1927' (ff.50-146v).

Papers concerning a dispute with the Dean and Chapter of Liverpool mainly concerning episcopal jurisdiction arising from the Chapter's refusal to pray for the government in protest at its policy towards Germany, 1934-6 (ff.147-79).
AcquisitionGiven by J.S. Peart-Binns, 1989.
CopiesMicrofilm Lambeth Palace Library Box 780

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