RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoFP Jackson 32
TitleSurnames Spencer, R - Toyne
Descriptionff.1-8 Correspondence on the "Talbot tabernacle" of in All Saints Notting Hill, and on preaching by a clergyman in an unlicensed Nonconformist chapel; 1874. Including "The jurisdiction of bishops and duties of incumbents" by the Protestant Evangelical Mission and Electoral Union.
ff.9-10 Letter on poor law legislation; 1870.
ff.11-12 Letter from A.C. Stanley on the resignation of his incumbency and conversion to the Roman Catholic Church, 1879
ff.13-15 Letters from the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford on a converted clergyman of the Roman Catholic Church, 1880.
ff.16-22 Letter from the Rev. G.H. Stanton on his appointment as Bishop of North Queensland, 1878.
f.23 Letter from the Bishop of Chichester on a clergyman in his diocese, 1877.
ff.24-27 Letters on a licence to preach for a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA; 1873.
ff.28-39 Letters from the Bishop of the Falkland Islands: on his consecration and the legality of his episcopal acts between his licensing and consecration, 1869; on his preaching in Scottish episcopal chapels, 1870; on his ordination of a clergyman licensed by the Bishop of London, 1878; on his jurisdiction over Buenos Aires; 1878. Other correspondents include the Suffragan Bishop of Dover and the Foreign Office.
ff.40-45 Letters on licensing administration of Holy Communion in a penitentiary in St Thomas Shepherd's Bush, and on the licensing of a chapel in a penitentiary under the Private Chapels Act 1871; 1883.
ff.46-62 Correspondence on the advancement of the Rev. S.J. Stone: including letters of recommendation from the Rev. H.J. Ellison, 1869, 1872; letter from Viscount Knollys, 1872.
ff.63-66 Letter on services of Holy Communion at St Paul Dalston, particularly on reservation of the sacrament and consumption of the elements; 1876.
ff.67-73 Letters on preferment; 1884. Including (printed) letters of recommendation from the Rev. Prof. C.A. Heurtley, the Rev. E.Garbett, the Rev. W.B. Carpenter, and the Bishops of Chichester and Oxford.
ff.74-77 Letters from the Earl of Strafford and on the family mausoleum and the removal of commemorative tablets from St John Potter's Bar; 1880.
ff.78-83 Letters from the Hon. C.H. Strutt on his ordination and beliefs; 1873. Including subscription to the Thirty-Nine Articles, the Athanasian Creed, the suspiration of the Bible, and the theory of evolution.
ff.84-85 Letter from the Rev. W. Stubbs on his appointment as Bishop of Chester, 1884.
ff.86-92 Correspondence with the Rev. R.A. J. Suckling on his use of ritualist practices at St Peter London Docks; 1882. Including membership of the Society of the Holy Cross. Other correspondents include the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford.
ff.93-94 Letter of recommendation from the Archbishop of York; 1875.
ff.95-98 Letters on the work of the London Diocesan Home Mission at St Silas, Haverstock Hill; 1881.
ff.99-102 Letters from the Rev. J.E. Swallow and Archdeacon Hessey on the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion, 1873.
ff.103-106 Letters from the Bishop of Bath & Wells on an exchange of benefices by a clergyman in his diocese, 1870.
ff.107-114 Letters on preachers at the re-opening of Christ Church, St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, 1877. Including membership of the Society of the Holy Cross. Correspondents include the Rev. J.M. Nisbet.
ff.115-119 Letters on the proposals of Sir T. Sykes to build new churches in Bethnal Green and Hackney, Middlesex, 1882. Correspondents include the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford.
ff.120-150 Letters from and on the Archbishop of Canterbury: from and on Lord Cairns and the Scottish Education Bill, 1869; on the Bishops Resignation Act, 1869; on procedure in Convocation, 1870; report on health of, 1870; on the Rev. J. Rumsey, 1875; on Queen Anne's Bounty, 1875; letter of recommendation from, 1878. Other correspondents include Evan Evans (also writing on family matters).
ff.151-157 Letter on the work in Paris and marriage of Père Hyacinthe; 1878.
ff.158-159 Letter from the Bishop of Ely on a clergyman in his diocese, nd.
ff.160-183 Letters and papers from and on the Rev. I. Taylor: letters of recommendation for, 1869; on parochial work in Bethnal Green, Middlesex, 1869; "The Little Lucifer Box Makers of Bethnal Green" 1868; on Settrington, Yorkshire, 1875; on dilapidations at Twickenham, Middlesex, 1876. Other correspondents include the Rev. W.F.E. Knollys.
ff.184-195 Letters on a request for ordination of a former Methodist, especially over the doctrine expressed in the Book of Common Prayer; 1878. Correspondents include Archdeacon Hessey, also writing on the Bishop's visit to Rouen, France, and on diocesan conferences of archdeacons and rural deans, and Archdeacon Gifford.
ff.196-198 Letter and paper from and on H.V. Tebbs: on the church in Genoa, 1875; obituary of, 1876 (printed):.
ff.199-200 Letter from the Rev. H.J. Tebbutt requesting preferment; 1870.
ff.201-210 Letters from the Bishop of Exeter: on clergymen in his diocese, 1869-1884; on "Essays and Reviews", 1869.
ff.211-214 Letters from the Bishops of Worcester and Lincoln on clergy in their dioceses; 1875.
ff.215-218 Letter from the Rev. F.H. Thicknesse on ecclesiastical law, 1884.
f.219 Letter from the Bishop of St David's on his resignation of the bishopric; 1874.
ff.221-221 Letter on the repairs of fabric and the abolition of church rate at St James Hampstead Road; 1878.
ff.222-227 Letters on a curate for the Noel Park Estate in St Paul Wood Green, 1884. Correspondents include the Suffragan Bishop of Bedford.
ff.228-256 Letters from the Rev. J.H. Thomas: on his proposal to return to missionary work in South Africa, 1869; on doctrine, 1869; on the financial affairs of Hillingdon, Middlesex, 1869; on ritualism (eastward position) and on the conduct of services, 1871; on the death of the Rev. J. C. Hilliard and on the rural deanery of Hillingdon, particularly St Laurence Cowley, 1882.
ff.257-269 Correspondence on a clergyman against whom a cautionary letter had been issued, 1880-1881, and on the conversion of a clergyman to the Roman Catholic Church. Correspondents include the Bishop of Chichester.
ff.270-271 Letters from Sir P. Thompson on his curacy and on titles for ordination; 1878-1879.
ff.272-281 Letters from the Bishop of Rochester: on the fabric of St Pancras parish church, particularly the creation of a niche in place of a credence table, 1872; letters of recommendation from, 1872, 1884; on the London Diocesan Home Mission, 1873.
ff.282-285 Letter on a service conducted by Bishop Mylne at St Agnes Kennington Park; 1884.
ff.286-287 Letter of recommendation from the Hon. Rev. W.H. Fremantle; 1882.
ff.288-293 Letters from the Magna Charta and Tichbourne Release Association on the imprisonment of A.Orton, 1876.
ff.294-306 Letters on a cautionary letter issued against a clergyman who had allegedly converted to Islam; 1874-1880. Correspondents include the Archbishop of Canterbury. Also on the chaplain of the Thames Church Mission.
ff.307-308 Correspondence on a candidate for ordination and on "St Andrew Tavistock Place"; 1877.
ff.309-311 Letters of recommendation from the Rev. J.H. Titcomb; 1875.
ff.312-313 Letter on the consecration of St Agnes Kennington Park; 1877.
ff.314-338 Correspondence and papers on the licensing to a preacher and assistantship at St James, Westminster; 1882-1883. Correspondents include the Rev. J.E. Kempe and J.B. Lee.
ff.339-346 Letters from and on preferment for the Rev. F.E. Toyne; 1879-1880. Also covers the ritualist eastward position. Other correspondents include the Rev. L.W. Owen.

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