Correspondence and papers concerning parishes in the diocese of London, and including:
Ashford, Middx.: parishioners' request for regular Sunday services, c.1780 (ff.1-2).
Baddow, Little, Essex: augmentation of the rectory, n.d. (ff.5-6).
Baddow, Little, and Boreham, Essex: endowments of schools in, 1786 (ff.3-4).
Barking, Essex: election of the Rev. Benjamin Symonds as lecturer, 1779-80 (ff.7-9).
Barkway, Herts.: incumbent's withholding payment of procurations, 1778 (ff.10-11).
Birch, Great, Essex: dispute over patronage, 1777-9 (ff.12-27).
Birdbrook, Essex: tithes dispute, 1781 (ff.28-30).
Bloomsbury, Middx.: relations between the rector of St. George, Bloomsbury, and Bedford chapel, 1777 (including copy of 1769 agreement) (ff.31-4).
Bradwell-juxta-Mare, Essex: costs of repairs to barns, 1777 (f.35).
Braintree, Essex: procedure for the induction of the incumbent, 1778 (ff.36-7).
Brentford, Middx.: status of New Brentford chapel, 1781 (ff.38-9).
Burstead, Little, Essex: dilapidations, including survey of rectory house, 1778 (ff.40-8).
Buttsbury, Essex: plan of the church, n.d. (f.49).
Canvey Island, Essex: endowment of the chapel, 1783 (ff.50-1).
Colchester, Essex: elections of the Rev. Samuel Parr, and Rev. Charles Hewitt as master of the free school, 1777-80 (ff.52-62).
Dengie, Essex: power of attorney to present the Rev. Charles Robert Fanshawe to the rectory, 1783 (f.63).
Dovercourt w. Harwich, Essex: stipends of the two curates, 1786 (ff.64-82).
Ealing, Middx.: repairs to the vicarage house (including survey), 1782 (ff.83-106).
Edmonton, Middx.: licensing of Michael Watson as schoolmaster, 1778 (ff.107-8).
Hackney, Middx.: constitution of the select vestry, 1613, 1679 (copy) (ff.109-12).
Hammersmith, Middx.: election of the Rev. John Lane as curate, 1785 (ff.113-20).
Harlow, Essex: resignation of the Rev. James Altham as vicar, 1777 (ff.121-2).
Hempstead, Essex: complaint about dilapidated state of the church and houses, 1778 (ff.123-8).
Highgate, Middx.: licence of the Rev. William Porter as chaplain, 1781 (ff.129-30).
Hillingdon, Middx.: resignation of the Rev. Richard Mills as vicar, 1777 (ff.131-2).
Holborn, Middx.: election of the Rev. John Willis as lecturer, 1780 (ff.133-4).
Kirby-le-Soken and Walton-le-Soken, Essex: resignation of the Rev. John Pittman as vicar (ff.135-6).
London, St. Augustine w. St. Faith: election of John Hadley Swain as lecturer, 1782 (ff.137-40).
St. Barthlomew the Great: election of the Rev. Thomas Walker as lecturer, 1778 (ff.141-2).
St. Bartholomew the Little: election of the Rev. John Horner as lecturer, 1780 (ff.143-4).
St. Bride: services for dissenters ('pernicious Methodists') in the Fleet prison, 1783 (ff.145-8).
St. Christopher w. St. Margaret Lothbury: bill for the union of the benefices, 1781 (printed) (ff.149-58).
St. Ethelburga, Bishopsgate: election of the Rev. Benjamin Russen as lecturer, 1777 (ff.159-61).
St. George, Botolph Lane w. St. Botolph, Billingsgate: election of the Rev. [Isaac] Crouch as lecturer, 1782 (ff.162-5).
St. Katherine Coleman: election of the Rev. Benjamin Gerrans as lecturer, 1780 (ff.166-7).
St. Lawrence Jewry: election of the Rev. James Davies as Thursday evening lecturer, 11780 (ff.168-9).
St. Margaret Pattens w. St. Gabriel, Fenchurch: dispute over the sexton's fees and salary, 1783-4 (ff.170-89).
London, St. Martin Outwich: election of the Rev. William Ley as lecturer, 1778 (ff.190-1).
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street w. St. Gregory by St. Paul's: election of the Rev. John Gibbons as lecturer, 1780 (f.192).
St. Paul's Cathedral: appointment of lord mayor's preacher on Good Friday;
and repairs' accounts, 1778 (ff.193-8).
Oakley, Little, Essex: resignation of the Rev. William Steggall as rector, 1778 (ff.199-200).
Rickmansworth, Herts.: lease of the rectory house, 1777 (draft) (ff.201-7).
Royston, Herts.: curacy of the Rev. John Rauworth, 1778 (ff.208-11).
Ruislip, Middx.: resignation of the Rev. Henry Duckworth as vicar, 1778 (ff.212-13).
Shoreditch, Middx., St. Leonard: procedure for the consecration of the church, 1778 (ff.214-17).
Spitalfields, Christ Church, Middx.: licence of the Rev. Herbert Mayo as chaplain of the George Wheler Chapel, 1759 exhibited, 1786 (ff.218-19).
Stoke Newington, Middx.: particulars of the sale of the manor, 1783 (ff.220-5).
Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex: resignation of the Rev. Matthew Thompson as vicar, 1777 (ff.226-7).
Tilbury, West, Essex: resignation of the Rev. John Myonnet as rector, 1778 (ff.228-9).