RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoFP Jackson 24
TitleSurnames Isaacson - Kernahan
Descriptionff.1-5 Letters on a proposed exchange of benefices, including from the Bishop of Norwich; 1878.
ff.6-20 Correspondence on preaching, including with the Bishop of Rochester; 1880.
ff.21-28 Letters from the Rev. B. Jackson on parochial matters at Stoke Newington, Middlesex; 1877, 1884. Also from the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford.
ff.29-31 Letters of testimonial from the Bishops of Truro and Exeter; 1883.
ff.32-37 Correspondence on a dispensation from a vow of celibacy made by a member of the clergy, and on sisterhoods; 1878. Including from the Bishop of Lincoln.
ff.38-39 Letter on Bishop Jackson's translation to London; 1869.
ff.40-41 Letter from Evan Evans on the diocese of London and recommending a clergyman; 1876.
ff.42-44 Correspondence on the patronage of the Bishop of London, particularly on the episcopal sanction of clergy presented to benefices; 1882.
ff.45-46 Letter on an immorality case in the Court of Arches; 1870.
ff.47-57 Letters on an exchange of benefices, including from the Archbishop of York; 1869.
ff.58-59 Letter of recommendation for the Rev. W.L.B. Janvrin from the Rev. C.H. Turner; 1879.
ff.60-65 Letter from the Rev. F.J. Jayne on the ordination of graduates of St David's College, Lampeter, including printed prospectus; 1880.
ff.66-71 Letters from the Rev. J. Jeakes on St Matthias, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, and on the allocation of pews at Hornsey, Middlesex; 1877, 1884.
ff.72-81 Letters on clergymen, including from the Chancellor of Dublin; 1876-1883.
ff.82-91 Correspondence on Bishop Jenner's officiating within the diocese of London and in Europe, including on a dedication service of St Augustine Kilburn, Paddington, Middlesex; 1870-1877.
ff.92-94 Letters of testimonial from the Bishop of Oxford; 1878-1879.
ff.95-100 Letters from Lady Caroline Maxse and others on Bures St Mary w. Bures Hamlet, Suffolk; 1883.
ff.101-106 Letters from and on the Rev. W.M. Johnston, including from the Bishop of Down, Connor & Dromore; also on a convert from the Roman Catholic Church, and on re-marriage of the parties following a divorce; 1880, 1882.
ff.107-115 Letters of recommendation and on preferment, including from the Bishop of Truro and the Archdeacon of London; 1882.
ff.116-125 Letters on the Rev. C.P. Jones; 1873, 1875. Correspondents include the Rev. F.J.C. de Crespigny and the Rev. R.J. Simpson.
ff.126-136 Letters from the Rev. N. Wade, the Bishops of Llandaff and Bath & Wells
ff.137-146 Letters from the Rev. H. Jones on the provision of churches in the parish of St George in the East, Middlesex, and his acceptance of a prebend; 1877, 1880.
ff.147-151 Letters on St Mark Myddleton Square, Clerkenwell, Middlesex; 1878.
ff.152-163 Letters on proposed exchanges of benefices; 1870, 1882. Including from the Bishops of Bangor, Chester and Winchester.
ff.164-171 Letters from the Bishop of St David's on clergy in his diocese and on the Burials Act 1880; 1880.
ff.172-174 Letter of testimonial for the Rev. F.P.L. Josa; 1880.
ff.175-186 Correspondence with Benjamin Jowett and others; 1874, 1874. Including criticism of Jowett's preaching, and on the preaching of the Bishop of Natal at Balliol College Oxford.
ff.187-201 Correspondence on the conversion of a clergyman from the Roman Catholic Church, including from the Archbishop of Westminster; 1879-1880.
ff.202-207 Correspondence on a clergman officiating at Montrose, Scotland; 1880-1881.
ff.208-211 Letters of testimonial, including from the Bishop of Carlisle and the Rev. R.J. Simpson; 1876, 1878.
ff.212-217 Letters from Canon Kaye on the visitation of cathedrals including on the statutes of St Paul's, on the institution of the Rev. T.P. Dale, and on the resignation of his archdeaconry; 1873- 1881.
ff.218-268 Letters on the institution of the Rev. T.P. Dale, and on the status of clergymen sentenced under the Public Worship Regulation Act 1874; 1881. Including from the Bishop of Lincoln.
ff.269-291 Correspondence on a fraudulent clergyman, including with the Dean of Chichester; 1869-1879.
ff.292-299 Letters on a petition on divorce; 1872-3.
ff.300-311 Letters on the ordination of a former Presbyterian minister, including from the Archbishop of York and Archdeacon of Middlesex; 1878.

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