Church of England
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public on the abdication crisis, A-K, mainly supporting WSC's stance., Dec 1936
Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public on the abdication crisis, L-Z, mainly supporting WSC's stance., Dec 1936
Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript, source material and press cuttings., 26 Apr 1928 - 09 Nov 1928
Letter from Joseph Garner [Senior Secretary to the United Kingdom High Commissioner in Canada] (Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom, Earnscliffe, Ottowa [Canada]) to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] commenting on the visit to Canada by reverend Bryan Green, and particularly about the "great nuisance" he made of himself over the arrangements for his return trip. Signed typescript.
Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Joseph Garner [Senior Secretary to the United Kingdom High Commissioner in Canada] thanking him for his letter, stating that he has not yet seen the reverend Bryan Green, and informing him that if Green complains about the High Commissioner's Office or the Canadian Government he will reply in "moderately unecclesiastical language". Initialled carbon.
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Canterbury [Geoffrey Fisher later Lord Fisher of Lambeth] regarding arranging a meeting in Easter week to discuss the vacancy in the Bishopric of London [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Cantebury [Geoffrey Fisher, later Lord Fisher of Lambeth] regretting that the present burden of work will prevent him attending the ceremony tomorrow [carbon].
Letter from WSC to Dr William Wand [Bishop of Bath and Wells] informing of his intention to submit his name to the King [George VI] for succession to the Bishopric of London.[carbon].
Letter from WSC to Dr William Wand [Bishop of Bath and Wells] informing him that the King [George VI] has approved his appointment as Bishop of London [carbon].
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Canterbury [William Temple] allowing the ringing of church bells only on Christmas Day.
Letter from WSC to the Bishop of London [Geoffrey Fisher] on the difficulties of urging employers to respect Sunday observance and the Day of National Prayer.
Letter from WSC to Bishop [Herbert] Hensley Henson [Canon of Westminster Abbey, London] accepting his resignation with regret.
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Canterbury [Cosmo Lang] on the Resolution of the Church Assembly about war aims.
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Canterbury [Cosmo Lang] with proposals for the vacant Bishoprics: the Bishop of Southwark [Richard Godfrey] to Hereford; Frederick Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral [London] to be Bishop of Southwark; Noel Hudson [Assistant Bishop of St Albans] to be Bishop of Newcastle; [Frank] Russell Barry [Canon of Westminster] to be Dean of St. Paul's and William Cash, Prebendary of St Paul's, to be Bishop of Worcester.
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Canterbury [Cosmo Lang] advising that the Bishop of Norwich [Bertram Pollock] has announced his intention of retiring; requests the Archbishop's views.
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Canterbury [Cosmo Lang] arranging a meeting to discuss Lang's request to retire; suggests the Bishop of Kensington [Bertram Simpson] should be recommended for the vacant see at Southwark [London] and the Bishop of Croydon [William Anderson] for Portsmouth [Hampshire].
Letter from WSC to Archbishop of York [William Temple] recommending him for the Archbishopric of Canterbury.
Letter from WSC to the Dean of St Paul's Cathedral [Walter Matthews] advising that Vigo Demant will be the new Canon.
Letter from WSC to the Archbishop of Canterbury [? Cosmo Lang] agreeing that April 19 should be National Day of Prayer.
Letter from WSC to Vigo Demant on his appointment as the new Canon of St Paul's Cathedral.
- Subject: Religion X
- Political patronage 7
- Military equipment 3
- Press 3
- Abdication of Edward VIII 2
- Broadcasting 2
- Cinema 2
- Civil defence 2
- Economic conditions 2
- Economic policy 2
- Education 2
- Labour relations 2
- Speeches 2
- Trade unions 2
- United States (nation) 2
- Air warfare 1
- Armed forces 1
- Asia-Pacific War, 1941-1945 1
- Coal mining 1
- Colonialism 1
- Electoral systems 1
- Food 1
- Free trade 1
- Germany 1
- Gifts 1
- Households 1
- Immigrants 1
- Italy (nation) 1
- Legislation 1
- Leisure time activities 1
- Local government 1
- Second World War (1939-1945) 1
- Social reform 1
- Soviet Union 1
- Sport 1
- Taxation 1
- Unemployment 1
- Women 1 ∧ less
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