RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoMS 3996
Extent166 ff.
TitleAutograph Letters
Descriptionf. 1. Fragment of a letter from Reginald Pole, Archbishop of Canterbury, to the clergy, requesting them to summon Roger Walpole before him or his Court of Audience, 1558. On vellum, re-used as a seal tag.

f. 2. Contemporary copy of a Privy Council letter concerning the exemption of the clergy from payments for provisions for the household of Elizabeth I. Written from Lambeth, 12 February 1589 [1590 new style], with copy signatures of Archbishop John Whitgift and other members of the Council.

ff. 3-4. Thomas Tenison, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, to Sir Berkeley Lucy, urging him to return to England to take the oath of allegiance to William and Mary. 2 October 1690.

f. 5. Andrew Coltee Ducarel, antiquary and Lambeth Librarian, to an unnamed correspondent. 24 August 1765.

ff. 6-7. Jacob Bryant (1715-1804) to John Douglas (1721-1807), afterwards Bishop of Salisbury. July 1777.

ff. 8-11. Two letters from William Benwell (1765-1796) to William Lisle Bowles (1762-1850), including a reference to William Howley, later Archbishop of Canterbury, while at Winchester. 1792-94.

ff. 12-23. Six letters to Adam Clarke (1762?-1832), methodist scholar, largely concerning the polyglot Bible. The correspondents are Henry George Keene, Persian scholar, Samuel Lee, orientalist, and William Shaw Mason, statistician. 1808-24.

ff. 24-40. Nine letters to Charles James Blomfield, Bishop of London, from Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, Sir James Graham, Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, Mary, Duchess of Gloucester (to Mrs. Blomfield), Sir Robert Peel, John Bird Sumner, Archbishop of Canterbury, Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, and John Charles Villiers, 3rd Earl of Clarendon. 1824-46.

f. 41. T. Burgess [?Thomas Burgess, afterwards Bishop of Salisbury] to an unnamed bishop. n.d.

ff. 42-44. Charles Manners-Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury, to Lady Sarah de Crespigny. 4 May 1813.

f. 45. William Marsh (1775-1864), evangelical preacher, to Revd. Thomas Tyndale. 7 July 1823.

f. 46. Charles Manners-Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury, to an unnamed clergyman. 26 May 1825.

ff. 47-48. Charles Richard Sumner, Bishop of Llandaff (and later of Winchester), to Charles Kemeys Kemeys-Tynte, M.P., on the formation of a diocesan committee in Glamorganshire for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. 2 Sept. 1826.

ff. 49-51. Thomas Burgess, Bishop of Salisbury, to W. Jerdan. 12 Sept. 1826.

ff. 52-53. Henry Hart Milman, afterwards Dean of St. Paul's, to an unnamed correspondent. 1 July 1830.

ff. 54-55. Henry Hart Milman to an unnamed correspondent, with a note on his examination of the vault containing the remains of George II and Queen Caroline. n.d.

f. 56. Henry Hart Milman. Incomplete letter to Charles James Blomfield, Bishop of London. n.d.

ff. 57-58. Edward Bickersteth (1786-1850), evangelical divine, to David Thomas Kerr Drummond, on the latter's position as a Church of England minister in Edinburgh. 5 Dec. 1842.

ff. 59-73. Five letters from John Henry Newman (1801-1890) to his sister Jemima (Mrs. John Mozley). 1845-59.

ff. 74-90. Seven letters from Roundell Palmer, 1st Earl of Selborne, to various correspondents. 1847-93.

ff. 91-92. John Keble to Mr. Baker. 16 Sept., 1851.

ff. 93-100. Four letters from Christopher Wordsworth, afterwards Bishop of Lincoln, to various correspondents. 1854-66.

ff. 101-102. Henry Hart Milman to Mr. Murray. 16 Dec. [watermark 1863].

ff. 103-104. Robert Payne Smith, Dean of Canterbury, to Mr. Moor. 15 May 1875.

ff. 105-106. Charlotte Mary Yonge (1823-1901) [to Mrs. Alfred Wigan at Luddesdown Rectory, Gravesend, Kent], recommending a governess. 30 Nov. 1876.

ff. 107-123. Nine letters from William Henry Fremantle (1831-1916), Chaplain of the Archbishop of Canterbury, to Edward White (1819-1898), Congregationalist theologian. 1878-94.

ff. 124-27. Henry Parry Liddon to Richard Harvey (1798-1889), on the retirement of the latter as Rector of Hornsey. 17 May 1879.

ff. 128-129. Christopher Wordsworth, Rector of Glaston, to Archbishop E.W. Benson. 21 March 1883.

ff. 130-131. Letter from William Lefroy, Dean of Norwich, to W.H. Bailey, on Sunday journalism. n.d.

ff. 132-134. Letter and postcard from Cosmo Gordon Lang, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, to Revd. G.H. Tremenheere. 1901.

ff. 135-136. Letter from Percy Dearmer (1867-1936) to an unnamed correspondent. 12 June 1908.

ff. 137-145. Eight letters from Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury, to Edward Ford (afterwards Sir Edward Ford) and Christopher Ford. 1933-42.

f. 146. Letter from Lord Lang of Lambeth (Cosmo Gordon Lang, formerly Archbishop of Canterbury) concerning a biography of H.R.L. Sheppard. 30 August 1942.

ff. 147-151. Two letters from G.A.K. Bell, Bishop of Chichester, to Lancelot Mason, Archdeacon of Chichester, on conflict in the Cathedral close. 1946-48.

ff. 152-160. Eight letters from G.A.K. Bell, Bishop of Chichester, to Pastor Robert Patkai, largely concerning refugees from Hungary. 1956-58.

f. 161. Letter from Professor Claude Jenkins, Lambeth Librarian, to Alan G. Hill. 4 December 1957.

ff. 162-163. Postcard from J.A.T. Robinson, Bishop of Woolwich, to Robin Valentine, concerning an article by Ruth Robinson. 11 April 1963.

f. 164. John de Satge to Bishop John Moorman, on his appointment to Chichester. 3 March 1983.

ff. 165-166. Mrs. Ruth Robinson to Robert Robson, on a biography of Bishop J.A.T. Robinson. 7 Oct. 1987.
PhysicalDescription340 x 260mm.
AcquisitionAcquired from various sources by gift and purchase, 1991-97.

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