RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoMS 4321
Extent77 ff.
TitleMiscellaneous Palmer papers
Datec. 1801-1946

ff. 4-14. Copy of a sermon on Mark 7:37 by Samuel Horsley (d. 1806), Bishop of St. Asaph, preached on eight occasions between 1796 and 1806. [Watermark 1801]. For further Horsley transcripts by his nephew William Jocelyn Palmer, see MSS. 2801-13.

ff. 15-16. 'Visit to Mount Athos', in the hand of Edwin Palmer. N.d. [watermark 1843].

ff. 17-22. Sermon by William Jocelyn Palmer during 'a visitation of the Divine Judgement' [the cholera epidemic of 1848]. N.d. [watermark 1847].

ff. 29-32. An address in Latin by William Palmer (1811-1879) dated Jan. 1842, probably relating to the Hampden controversy at Oxford. On the verso is a note to his father William Jocelyn Palmer.

ff. 33-37. Letter from William Palmer (1811-1879) to his brother George Horsley Palmer, with an account of his travels. Athens, 17 Nov. 1851.

ff. 38-76. Miscellaneous correspondence and papers of Emily Frances Palmer, including obituaries of Charles Gutch and herself. 1876-1906 and n.d.

f. 77. 'Personal memories of William Palmer' (1811-1879), by Edwin James Palmer. 20 June 1946. Typescript.

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