Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Private prayers for several occasions alternated with extracts from the Psalms, and with an extract from the Litany. Inside the front cover is the crest of Samuel Sandars.
Algernon Herbert: Christus Cyclopeus, or an essay illustrative of the Christianity of Britain in the fifth and succeeding centuries
Prepared for press, but never published.
A section transcribed from a book entitled Eastern miscellany (Vol. I), published in St Petersburg, 1877. The section is entitled 'Ancient Traces of Christianity in China', and is by the Archimandrite Palladius, a scholar of the time (157 folios).
Includes (Malabar/Cochin): summary descriptions of inhabitants and economy of Malabar; edict of Chien-Lung, 9 Nov. 1785, trans. into Dutch; undated and unsigned documents re religion in Malabar and Cochin; letter from Pope Clement XIV to Florentius a Jesu Nazareno, bishop of Malabar, 23 July 1772 (copy); 'Commissie na Narapoly om daar te zeggen'.
Letters from, among others, Dorothea Beale, George Bradley, William Moore Ede, George Kitchen, William Lake, Henry Savage, Arthur P. Stanley, Charles Vaughan, Henry Wace and Gerald Wellesley. There is also a collection of autographs containing many letters of German, French and Italian theologians and Church historians.
An unsigned manuscript translation into French of the fourth edition (London, 1771) of Hay's Religio philosophi. There are two inserted items in English: a letter from Arnold C. Klebs, 11 July 1929, at the front of the volume, and an obituary notice of Klebs by Erik Walker, 1943, at the back.
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