Authorized Form of NameOsbaldeston; Richard (1690-1764); Bishop of London
TypeOfEntityPerson
SurnameOsbaldeston
ForenamesRichard
Dates1690-1764
Code72
EpithetBishop of London
ActivityBishop of Carlisle 1747-1762; Bishop of London 1762-1764
SourceNational Register of Archives

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MS 2589, pp. 75-76Letter from Josiah Hardy, governor of New Jersey, to Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of London, requesting appointment of a minister 30 July 1762MSS/2559-2598/2589/75-76
MS 2029, p. 86Letter from Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of Carlisle, and (1762) London, to ---, advising on settlement of an estate 13 April 1756MSS/2028-2029/2029/86
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F V/1/XIV f 130vCARR, SAMUEL9 October 1770F/5/1/14/130v-b
F V/1/XIII f 155vWICKINS, JOHN9 April 1761F/5/1/13/155v-b
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MS 2589, pp. 76-82Address by the churchwardens and vestrymen of St. Paul's church, Philadelphia, to Richard Osbaldeston, Bishop of London, requesting him to license William Macclenachan to St. Paul's, (pp. 76-7), with 'agreements, concessions and contributions' of subscribers to the erection of the church, 24 June 1760 (pp. 78-82).22 June 1762 MSS/2559-2598/2589/76-82
MS 1123/3THOMAS SECKER: PAPERS RELATING TO THE CHURCH IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES1760-1763MSS/1123/3
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F V/1/XIII f 193JORTIN, JOHN10 March 1762F/5/1/13/193-b
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