RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 23, ff. 39-201
Date18 Dec 1942-20 Nov 1944
DescriptionPapers relating to the division of the diocese, including the appointment of a commission and its report (ff. 82-7), the appointment of Alfred Morris Gelsthorpe as the new Bishop in the Sudan, and correspondence on the future role of Francis Featherstonhaugh Johnston, Archdeacon in Egypt. Also includes papers on the Egyptian government's policies toward Christian missions (ff. 39-55), and a proposed international bill of rights for minorities (ff. 126-7, 137-9). Correspondents include: Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (passim), including a memorandum on Christian minorities in Egypt (ff. 158-64); William Paton, Secretary of the International Missionary Council (ff. 47, 52-4); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 48-51); Patrick Scrivener, of the Foreign Office (f. 55); Archbishop Temple (passim); Alfred Morris Gelsthorpe, Assistant Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 58-9, 115-18, 135, 142-7); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (ff. 60-4, 69); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (passim); Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell (ff. 70, 108); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 80, 138); Sir Douglas Newbold, Civil Secretary of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (ff. 92-4); Edward Monier Bickersteth, Secretary of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (f. 123); Handley Douglas Hooper, of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 133-4, 140-1, 154, 182); Miles Wedderburn Lampson, 1st Baron Killearn and British Ambassador to Egypt (ff. 155-6); Eric Robert James Hussey (f. 171); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 173, 189); Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (ff. 174-8, 181, 188, 196); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 185); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 186); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 195, 197, 199-200).

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