RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoFP Jackson 29
Extent347ff
TitleSurnames Napier - Perry
Date1869-1884
Descriptionff.1-2 Letter from Sir J. Napier on a judgement of the judicial committee of the Privy Council, nd.
ff.3-38 Letters from and on preferment for the Rev. J.J.G. Nash, in particular as a curate of Christ Church Mayfair; 1871-1882. Correspondents include the Archdeacon of Middlesex.
ff.39-44 Letters on the prosecution of the Rev. A.H. Mackonochie for ritualism, including from the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford; 1883 1883.
ff.45-48 Letters from the Bishop of St David's and others on the conversion of a Roman Catholic priest, 1877.
ff.49-59 Letters from C.N. Newdegate on schools at Harefield, Middlesex, 1869; on the appointment of a curate at Harefield, Middlesex, 1870.
ff.60-65 Letters on the prosecution of ritualists, including the Rev. A.H. Mackonochie; 1882. correspondents include the Bishop of Rochester (also writing on the death of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the appointment of a successor).
ff.66-67 Letter from the Bishop of Rochester on a clergyman in his diocese; c.1874.
ff.68-69 Letter on curates of St Stephen Old Ford; 1883.
ff.70-78 Letters on preferment for a clergyman, including from the Bishops of Down & Connor and Rochester; 1870, 1872.
ff.79-83 Letter son services and pew rents at St Saviour, Paddington; 1875, 1881.
ff.84-85 Letter of recommendation from the Dean of Chester; 1872.
ff.86-87 Letter on the resignation of a curacy; 1877.
ff.88-89 Letter of recommendation from the Rev. F.W. Farrar; [1877].
ff.90-96 Letters and papers from the Church of Ireland Sustentation Fund: on the licensing of deacons in Irish orders, 1872; on missionary chaplains, 1874.
ff.97-119 Correspondence on the conduct of a curate; 1876-1880. Correspondents include the Bishops of Lichfield, Chester and Rochester (both Claughton and Thorold).
ff.120-121 Letter on preaching by Bishop Jackson; 1878.
ff.122-125 Letter on the papal bull Apostolicae Sedis Moderationi of Piux IX and the prohibition on bringing legal proceedings against a Roman Catholic clergyman; 1872.
ff.126-127 Letter from the Bishop of Derry on clergy in his diocese, 1877.
ff.128-134 Letters on the conduct of a curate, including from the Bishop of Peterborough; 1873.
ff.135-145 Letters on St David Holloway: patronage, 1869; doctrine expressed in "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1873; parochial schools, 1873.
ff.146-148 Letters from the Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Ossory on clergy in their dioceses; 1882.
ff.149-157 Letters from the Rev. W.A. Osbourne: on the Anglican chaplaincy of Wiesbaden, particularly episcopal supervision and on the use of the church by ministers of the German Lutheran Church, 1870, 1879; on his family and circumstances, 1875-1883.
ff.158-160 Letter requesting preferment; 1883.
ff.161-166 Letters from the Rev. J.N. Ouvry-North on the rural deanery of Ealing, 1869-1872. Particularly schools at Brentford and the vicarage house at Hounslow.
ff.167-170 Letters from the Rev. J.L. Davies and the Rev. J.A. Owen requesting preferment for the latter; 1879.
ff.171-183 Letter on preaching by Bishop Jackson; 1879.
ff.184-188 Letters from the Bishops of Norwich and Peterborough on clergy in their dioceses, including one acting as an unlicensed curate at St Margaret Uxbridge; 1872.
ff.189-198 Letters from the Rev. G.T. Palmer: district boundaries of St James Norland and St Clement, Kensington, 1874; attendance at a ritualistic service by the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1875; on the new church of St Mary with St Gabriel, Newington, Kent, 1876; on temperance, 1876; on his leaving the diocese, 1877.
ff.199-200 Letter from the Earl of Selborne on grants from the Mercers' Company towards schools; 1879.
ff.201-204 Letter on the eastward position and the Purchas and Ridsdale Judgements; 1877.
ff.205-222 Letter on separation from the Church of England; 1875. Also covers baptism, Holy Communion, the provision of churches, patronage, the exchange of benefices, use of the confessional, and the work and attributes of clergy.
ff.223-232 Letters on St Stephen Old Ford, particularly finances, and requesting preferment; 1878, 1880. Correspondents include the Rev. J. Bardsley.
ff.233-243 Letters from the Suffragan Bishop of Dover: on an illness of Archbishop Tait and the organisation of lay helpers, 1869-1870; on the style of suffragan bishops including of Nottingham, 1870; on clergy in the diocese, 1870, 1882.
ff.244-249 Letters on the Anglican Chaplaincy at Geneva; 1875. Including from the Bishop of Chichester.
ff.250-255 Letters on the licence and mission work of the Rev. J. Passalenti; 1877, 1883. Covering Italian services in St Thomas Liberty of the Rolls (and also the union of benefices with St Dunstan in the West).
ff.256-257 Letter from the Bishop of Chichester on a clergyman in his diocese; 1875.
ff.258-261 Letters on the financial circumstances of clergy and on preferment; 1878, 1882.
ff.262-271 Letters on churches in the diocese: exterior fabric of St Mary le Strand, 1872; churchyard of St Peter Cornhill, 1872; alterations to the fabric of St Mary Woolnoth, 1875; the destruction of St Antholin, 1875; the closure and re-use of fabric & fittings of St Michael Queenhithe (including drawings), 1875; a new district of St John Chelsea, 1875.
ff.272-275 Letters on the service of a chaplain in the Royal Navy and the work of an Army chaplain in New Zealand; 1874.
ff.276-280 Letters and papers from Sir H.W. Peek on St Mary at Hill, London, and on relief work and the union of benefices, 1880.
ff.281-282 Letter on clergy of St Paul Hampstead; 1873.
ff.283-285 Letter on the preparation for ordination, and on the ordination of the Hon. F.G. Pelham; 1870.
ff.286-303 Letters from the Bishop of Norwich: on the consecration of the Bishop of Truro, 1869; on clergymen in his diocese, 1872-1884; on a proposed exchange of benefices by Bishop Beckles, 1882.
ff.304-329 Correspondence on the activities of the Rev. W. Pennington; 1877-1882. Including a proposed new church in the district of St Stephen Hammersmith and St Philip Earl's Court; also financial affairs. Correspondents include the Archdeacon of Middlesex, J.B. Lee and H.W. Lee.
ff.330-333 Letter of recommendation from the Rev. B. Lambert; 1873.
ff.334-347 Letters from the Bishop of Melbourne: on services at St Paul's including the annual service of the SPG and the use of ritualist practices, 1877, 1884; on the proposed established of theological halls at Oxford and Cambridge, 1879; on the consecration of the bishop of Riverina, 1884. Other correspondents include Dean Church and the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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