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Societas Sanctae Crucis



The Societas Sanctae Crucis, the Society of the Holy Cross, was formed in 1854 by Anglo-Catholic churchmen resident in Cambridge University for the purpose of mutual encouragement in their religious life and activities.

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Societas Sanctae Crucis: Records

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.5053
Scope and Contents 278 folios: (fos 1-3) preliminary notice; (fos 4-8) E.B. Pusey to Sabine Baring-Gould, 9 January [1854]; (fos 9, 10) copy of a letter from James Elwin Millard to Baring-Gould, 24 January [1854]; (fos 11 and 12) copy of a letter from J.M. Neale to an unidentified recipient, 21 February 1854; (fos 13, 14) dates of meetings held; (fo. 15) list of members; (fos 16, 17) statements of accounts; (fos 20-42) minutes of meetings and a report, 28 October 1854 - 20 May 1855. Fos i, ii, 18, 19 and...
Dates: 1854-1855
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