Authorized Form of NameFriends of Lambeth Palace Library; 1964-
Corporate NameFriends of Lambeth Palace Library
TypeOfEntityCorporate
Dates1964-
CodeGB/109/8678
ActivityFounded by Archbishop Ramsey to support the work of Lambeth Palace Library.

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MS 2751-2757NOTES ON LECTURES BY THEODORE BIBLIANDER1533-1538MSS/2751-2757
Ramsey 182, ff.22-4, 27-31Correspondence on the Friends of LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY1970Ramsey/4-287/1970/182/22-4, 27-31
MS 2541-2544BULLINGER'S HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION1400-1533MSS/2541-2544
MS 2961 ff. 107-114Letter from Ralph Robert Wheeler Lingen, Secretary to the Education Office, and (1885) Baron Lingen, to Major-General Joshua Jebb, prison reformer, enclosing (f. 109) a letter to himself from Frederick Temple, Principal of Kneller Hall, and (1896) Archbishop of Canterbury, on the education of youth in prisons (f. 107).22-23 May 1854MSS/2961/107-114
MS 2686 ff. 129-130Letter from David Wilkins, Lambeth Librarian, [to William Nicolson, Bishop of Derry]31 January 1716MSS/2686/129-130
Ramsey 207, ff.61-85Lambeth Palace Library1971Ramsey/4-287/1971/207/61-85
Ramsey 42, ff. 74-8Edward Geoffrey Watson BILL, Lambeth Librarian1963Ramsey/4-287/1963/42/74-8
MS 2872 ff. 2-9v'A declaration of ye succession of ye Crowne Imperiall of Ingland made by J[ohn] Hales, 1563'. MSS/2872/2-9v
MS 2872 ff. 13-14Letter [from Archbishop John Whitgift] to Hermannus Rennecherus, German theologian (copy)[1592] MSS/2872/13-14
Ramsey 136, ff.255-6, 290-1BILL (Edward Geoffrey Watson), Lambeth librarian1968Ramsey/4-287/1968/136/255-6, 290-1
Ramsey 60, ff. 318-19, 324, 329-34, 336, 356-7Correspondence and papers on the Friends of LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY1964Ramsey/4-287/1964/60/318-19, 324, 329-34, 336, 356-7
Ramsey 80, ff. 207, 209, 216-17, 220, 236-7Correspondence and papers on the Friends of LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY1965Ramsey/4-287/1965/80/207, 209, 216-17, 220, 236-7
MS 2872 ff. 40-41Letter from Thomas Secker, Archbishop of Canterbury, to William Herring, Master of Croydon Hospital, sending a list of candidates for a vacancy in Croydon Hospital.14 August 1759 MSS/2872/40-41
MS 2872 ff. 21-26v A treatise in defence of hunting by clergymen. Endorsed, 'This paper relates to the case of Archbishop [George] Abbot's killing a keeper' (incomplete). c. 1621MSS/2872/21-26v
MS 2872 f. 75Licence issued by virtue of the Declaration of Indulgence, to Gyles Say, 'of the Congregationall Perswasion', to teach the congregation allowed in his house in Southampton and also to teach in any licensed place, 2 May 1672. 15 March 1672MSS/2872/75
MS 2686 ff. 133-134A copy of a letter from John Wallis, mathematician, to William Lloyd, Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, on the arabic spelling of the name Hipparchus. In the hand of Humphrey Wanley, scholar. 'Letters', 121-5. 8 May 1699MSS/2686/133-134
MS 2872 ff. 42-43Letter from Catherine Talbot to William Herring, Master of Croydon Hospital, asking him at the request of Archbishop Secker to 'employ the best apothecary or if need be the best physician' for Mrs. Flight, a servant at Croydon.18th centuryMSS/2872/42-43
MS 2872 f. 12'The extente of certeine landes in Monkton & Birchington in Kente callid Nicholas Courtlande belonginge to the Quenes Colledge in Cambr. holden of the Deane and Chapiter of Canterbury'16th centuryMSS/2872/12
Runcie/MAIN/1985/194Lambeth Palace Library1985Runcie/MAIN/1985/194
MS 2686 ff. 39-42Letter from John Dury, divine, 'To his Rev.: and Loving freind and Brother in Christ Mr. Ball, Preacher of the Gospell', Hamburg, thanking him for encouragement and reflecting on the need for resolution in pursuing spiritual duties (copy). 25 June 1639MSS/2686/39-42
MS 2872 ff. 17-18Letter from Thomas Morton, Bishop of Durham (1632), to Sibrandus Lubbertus, Dutch divine, referring to their mutual friend [William] Hart, and to a controversy between Lubbertus and Jacob Gretser26 December 1607MSS/2872/17-18
MS 2872 ff. 28-29Order by Archbishop William Laud and Thomas Coventry, 1st Baron Coventry, Lord Keeper, to Sir Edward Littleton, Solicitor-General, to prepare a book for the King's signature for a collection in several counties to rebuild Morden parish church, Surrey.18 November 1635MSS/2872/28-29
MS 2872 f. 50r-vCHURCH OF ENGLAND. Canons.1640MSS/2872/50r-v
MS 2872 ff. 19-20Letter from Archbishop George Abbot to Sibrandus Lubbertus, Dutch divine, acknowledging the gift of four books containing a reply to Vorstius, thanking him for placing his name at the front of the work, and mentioning the Arminians. Has sent one of the books to the King.10 October 1613MSS/2872/19-20
Runcie/MAIN/1989/345Lambeth Palace Library, Friends of1988-1989Runcie/MAIN/1989/345
MS 2872 ff. 10-11vPuritan Prophesyings. c. 1576MSS/2872/10-11v
MS 2872 ff. 15-16Execution of Mary Queen of Scots. 1586MSS/2872/15-16
MS 2872 f. 27Letter from John Dury, Protestant divine, to Sir Nathaniel Rich, merchant adventurer13/23 April 1633MSS/2872/27
MS 2872 ff. 30-31Letter from Archbishop William Laud to Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex, reporting his interview with the King about the supposed adultery and pregnancy of the Countess of Essex. If the case reaches the High Commission Essex will receive justice.4 October 1636MSS/2872/30-31
MS 2872 ff. 32-33Letter from Thomas Barlow, Provost of Queen's College, Oxford, and (1675) Bishop of Lincoln, to Thomas Hobbes, philosopher, thanking him for the gift of a book and congratulating him on 'the ingenuity of the invention and perspicuity of the demonstration', particularly in the section on optics. 'Sure I am that great benefitt I haue gott by diuers of your learned workes and your great ciuilities to me are high obligations to loue and honor you'.30 August 1658MSS/2872/32-33
MS 2872 ff. 51-74Papers mainly concerning Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex. Early 17th centuryMSS/2872/51-74
MS 2935-2943NEWTON PAPERS18th centuryMSS/2935-2943
MS 2686 ff. 25-29Marprelate Tracts. 'The examination of Valentyne Symmes and Arthur Tamlin, stationers, taken by the commaundment of the Lord Chauncellor of England the xth of December 1589'. 10 December 1589MSS/2686/25-29
MS 2686 ff. 43-48Letter from John Davenant, Bishop of Salisbury, to a minister in his diocese, defending the oath know as the 'etcetera oath' against innovations in church government enjoined in the sixth canon of the Constitutions and Canons of 1640 (copy). [c.1640]MSS/2686/43-48
MS 2686 ff. 127-128Letter from David Wilkins, Lambeth Librarian, [to William Nicolson, Bishop of Derry].27 December 1715MSS/2686/127-128
MS 2686 ff. 131-132Letter from David Wilkins, Lambeth Librarian, [to William Nicolson, Bishop of Derry]20 December 1718MSS/2686/131-132
MS 2341-2342DIVORCE OF CATHERINE OF ARRAGONc. 1529MSS/2341-2342
MS 2522NONJUROR NOTEBOOK1649-1735MSS/2522
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MS 2550PAPERS OF LAURENCE CHADERTON16th century-17th centuryMSS/2550
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