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Reference AA
Covering dates 12th century - date
Held by Lambeth Palace Library
Extent 9 Sub-fond collections
Creators Archbishop of Canterbury
Arrangement The records are arranged in 9 sub-fonds as follows:
Archbishops' papers: AP
Bishops' Meetings records: BM
Cartae Antiquae et Miscellaneae (Lambeth Charters): CM
Convocation records: Conv
Court of Arches records: Arches
Faculty Office records: F
Lambeth Conference papers: LC
Estate Documents and Temporalities records: ED and T
Vicar General records: V

Administrative history:
The Archbishop of Canterbury is one of the two archbishops within the Church of England, the other being the Archbishop of York. Archbishop Hubert Walter built the first Lambeth House in circa 1200 and Lambeth Palace (London) became the official residence of the Archbishops. The Archbishop of Canterbury has the following roles:
Diocesan Bishop of Canterbury
Since 597, the Archbishop's see has been at Canterbury, and he subsequently exercised jurisdiction over that diocese.
Peculiar jurisdiction (until 1845)
'Peculiars' were those parishes or places which were exempt from the jurisdiction of the bishop in whose diocese they were physically located, and were answerable directly to another. In the case of the archbishop, he exercised episcopal jurisdiction over a number of parishes in various parts of southern England outside the diocese of Canterbury.
Metropolitan for the Southern Province of the Church of England
The Archbishop has metropolitical authority (a supervisory authority for defined purposes) in relation to all bishops and clergy in the 30 dioceses in southern England. (The Archbishop of York has the same authority in relation to the 14 dioceses in northern England.)
Primate of All England
The Archbishop has the lead ecclesiastical role in the Church of England.
Leader of the Anglican Communion
The Anglican Communion comprises the church, in England and abroad, recognising the leadership of the see of Canterbury.

Contents:
The archives of the Archbishops of Canterbury comprise: Archbishops' papers, Bishops' Meetings records, Cartae Antiquae et Miscellaneae (Lambeth Charters), Convocation records, Court of Arches records, Faculty Office records, Lambeth Conference papers, Temporalities records, and Vicar General records.



Archbishops' Papers  AA/AP  [n.d.]

Creator(s): Sheldon, Gilbert, 1598-1677, Archbishop of Canterbury; Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715, Archbishop of Canterbury; Potter, John, 1674-1747, Archbishop of Canterbury; Herring, Thomas, 1693-1757, Archbishop of Canterbury; Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768, Archbishop of Canterbury; Cornwallis, Frederick, 1713-1783, Archbishop of Canterbury; Moore, John, 1730-1805, Archbishop of Canterbury; Manners Sutton, Charles, 1755-1828, Archbishop of Canterbury; Tait, Archibald Campbell, 1811-1882, Archbishop of Canterbury; Temple, William, 1881-1944, Archbishop of Canterbury



Related information: There is a considerable amount of correspondence of the Archbishops scattered throughout the Manuscript Series. Much of this material is very summarily noted in H.J. Todd, A Catalogue of the Archiepiscopal Manuscripts in the Library at Lambeth Palace, 1812, and attention is drawn in particular to the following manuscripts which consist principally of the correspondence and papers of the Archbishops Tenison to Secker.
MSS. 929-43 Gibson Papers, include correspondence of Archbishop Tenison. See typescript list available in Reading Room.
MSS. 1078-83c Coronation Services, 1702-61.
MS. 1118 Dulwich College, 1724-60.
MS. 1119 Faculty Office, 1754-66.
MS. 1120 Queen Anne's Bounty, 1737-67.
MS. 1121 Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy, 1736-66.
MSS. 1122/1-4 Foreign Protestants, 1699-1768.
MSS. 1123/1-3 American and West Indian colonies, 1641-1768.
MSS. 1124/1-3 S.P.G. Minutes, 1758-68. (For other S.P.G. minutes and papers see: W.W. Manross, S.P.G. Papers in the Lambeth Palace Library. Calendar and Indexes.)
MSS. 1130/1-2 Royal Papers, 1711-66.
MS. 1153 Hereford Cathedral, 1729-30.
MS. 1155 Appeals: Dean and Chapter of Canterbury; Dean of Bristol; All Souls, Oxford, 1749-67.
MS. 1156 Trinity College, Cambridge, 1728-31.
MSS. 1172/1-3 Moravians, 1750's.
For manuscripts listed since 1812, see printed catalogues by E.G.W. Bill.
Correspondence on the Archbishops' estates is in Temporalities series (TR 8-36).

Contents:
Few papers of the early 19th century Archbishops (Manners Sutton, Howley and Sumner) have survived.

SHELDON PAPERS  AA/AP/SHELDON  [n.d.]

Letters and Papers  SHELDON 1  1664-7

Contents:
Includes letters particularly on the Plague and Fire of London, 1665-6, and All Souls, Oxford. Similar material is in CM VI.
41 ff.

TENISON PAPERS  AA/AP/TENISON  [n.d.]

S.P.G. Papers.  TENISON 1  n.d


Related information: For other Tenison Papers see Manuscript series.

Contents:
Principally correspondence and papers about the colonies particularly in America, 1704-11. This seems to be a stray from the S.P.G. Papers (see: W.W. Manross, S.P.G. Papers in the Lambeth Palace Library. Calendar and Indexes). It includes list of clergy in the province of Massachusetts Bay, map of Chowan precinct, and plan of St. Paul's church, Chowan (ff. 1-124).
General correspondence, notably on Hunton rectory, Q.A.B., St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Sandwich, and pluralities, 1701-13 (ff. 125-46).
146 ff.

POTTER PAPERS  AA/AP/POTTER  [n.d.]

Letter from Edmund Gibson, Bishop of London, forwarding copies of an earlier memorandum on proposals for an episcopate in the colonies, and notes sent to the Duke of Newcastle, 1745.  POTTER 1  17 April 1745


Related information: For household accounts see Temporalities (AA/EDT/T/G/5-35)

Contents:
38 ff.

HERRING PAPERS  AA/AP/HERRING  [n.d.]

Ordination Book  HERRING 1  1743-57

Contents:
Account of ordinations and letters dimissory granted by Thomas Herring as Archbishop of York, 1743-7, and of Canterbury, 1747-57.
64 ff.

Letters and Papers  HERRING 2  1699-1756

Contents:
Calendar reform, 1699-1751 (includes Tenison papers) (ff. 1-63).
Episcopal Church of Scotland, 1749-51 (ff. 64-138).
Hereford Cathedral, appeal of vicars choral, 1754-5 (ff. 139-48).
St. Paul's Cathedral, 1749-56, includes correspondence with Thomas Secker, Dean of St. Paul's, and Bishop of Oxford (ff. 149-255).
General letters and papers, 1748-56, includes Lady Nevil's charity, appointment of Gowin Knight as first Librarian of British Museum, Plaxtol chapel (ff. 259-69).

Canterbury Cathedral: Papers concerning the allocation of income from vacant prebends and augmentation of stipends of cathedral dignitaries  HERRING 3  1750-6

Contents:
Including papers on suit in King's Bench, Young v Dean of Canterbury, 1750-3.
53 ff.

Canterbury Cathedral: Answers of the dean and chapter to enquiries from the Archbishop about prebendal houses and income  HERRING 4  1754

Parchment, unbound

Contents:
3 m.

SECKER PAPERS  AA/AP/SECKER  [n.d.]

America.  SECKER 1  1721-1765

Contents:
William & Mary College, Virginia, 1721, 1763 (ff. 1-65).
Clergy in Virginia, 1759-65 (ff. 66-101).
107 ff.

Bible and Ireland.  SECKER 2  1689-1767

Contents:
Dr. Kennicott and the Hebrew Bible, 1758-66 (ff. 1-95)
Correspondence and papers on biblical subjects, 1738-65 (ff. 96-157, 202-9).
Proposal for reform of the Church of England, 1748 (ff. 158-82).
Transcript of the Commissioners appointed to revise the Book of Common Prayer, 1689 (ff. 183-201).
Ireland, 1759-67 (ff. 210-72).
277 ff.

Canterbury Diocesan Papers: Benefice and parochial correspondence  SECKER 3  1758-68

Contents:
Including: Alkham, 1762 (f. 1); Ash, 1758 (ff. 2-3); Bapchild, 1763-4 (ff. 4-9); Bethersden, 1760 (ff. 10-11); Bordon, 1759 (ff. 12-13); Canterbury, cathedral, 1765, 1768, hospitals, 1753-68, St. Paul w. St. Martin, 1757-9 (ff. 14-144, 335-45); Chilham, 1762 (ff. 145-7); Chislet, 1758 (f. 148); Crundall, 1758 (f. 149); Detling, 1758 (ff. 150-1); Doddington, 1737 (ff. 152-3); Elham, 1763 (ff. 154-66); Elmley, 1765 (f. 167); Ewell, n.d. (ff. 168-73); Frittenden, 1763 (ff. 174-5); Goodnestone next Faversham, 1758 (ff. 176-7); Goodnestone next Wingham, 1761-6 (ff. 178-94); Goudhurst, 1766 (f. 195); Ham, 1758 (f. 196); Harbledown, 1758-62 (ff. 197-9); Harrietsham, 1762 (f. 200); Harty, 1758 (ff. 201-2); Hollingbourne, 1759 (ff. 203-4); Horton, 1758 (f. 205); Kenardington, 1759, 1768 (ff. 206-8); Kennington, 1762, 1766 (ff. 209-20); Leysdown, 1759, 1766 (ff. 221-4); Linton, 1763 (f. 225); Luddenham, 1761 (ff. 226-7); Maidstone, 1759-60 (ff. 228-31); Marden, 1767 (ff. 232-3); Minster-in-Thanet, 1761 (f. 234); Murston, 1759 (ff. 235-6); Reculver, 1760 (ff. 237-8); Rolvenden, 1760 (f. 239); St. John the Baptist alias Margate, 1765 (ff. 240-3); Sandwich, 1762 (f. 244); Shadoxhurst, 1764 (f. 245); Sheerness, 1761, 1763 (ff. 246-9); Sittingbourne, 1758 (f. 250); Small Hythe, 1760 (ff. 251-2); Snave w. Chillenden, 1758 (f. 253); Staplehurst, 1762 (ff. 254-8); Stodmarsh, 1766 (ff. 259-60); Stonar c. 1757 (ff. 261-2); Stone w. Fairfield, 1762 (ff. 263-4); Stowting, 1758 (f. 265); Throwleigh, 1758 (f. 266); Tunstall, 1766 (ff. 267-8); Warehorn, 1762, 1767 (ff. 269-72); Whitstable, 1765 (f. 273); Wichling, 1765 (ff. 274-7).
Visitations and confirmations in the diocese, 1758-66, including note of visitations by Archbishops Wake and Potter, 1716-46 (ff. 278-325).
Benefices in the gift of the Archbishop in the diocese and peculiars (ff. 326-31).
List of curacies in the diocese noted in the archiepiscopal registers from Laud to Potter, 1761 (ff. 332-3).
List of papists in the diocese, 1758, 1765 (f. 334).

Metropolitical Papers  SECKER 4  1748-1767

Contents:
Archbishop's Options, 1748-66 (ff. 1-159).
Sede vacante Salisbury, 1766 (ff. 160-215).
Dean and Chapter of Hereford, 1767-8 (ff. 216-33).
Faculty Office, 1753-67 (ff. 234-66).
Boyle Lectureship, 1755-65 (ff. 267-76).
276 ff.

Dispensations.  SECKER 5  1758-1761

Contents:
Exercises completed principally by candidates applying for dispensations to hold in plurality and related correspondence, 1758-61:
Samuel ABSON, vicar of Eaton, and rector of Eakring, Notts., 1758 (ff. 1-5);
William BURROW, vicar of Barrow upon Soar, Leics., and rector of North Wingfield, Derbys., 1758 (ff. 6-9);
John COCKS, rector of Leigh, and of Suckley w. Alfrick and Lulsley, Worcs., 1758 (ff. 10-11);
William LAUGHARNE, rector of Llanychlwydog w. Llanilawer, and of Dinas, Pembs., 1759;
David WATERHOUSE, rector of Langley, Kent, 1758 (ff. 12-13);
John ADAMS, rector of Coston, Leics., and of Maidwell, Northants., 1759 (ff. 14-17);
Thomas BAKER, rector of Ringmore, and vicar of Staverton, Devon, 1759 (f. 18);
Thomas BEDFORD, rector of Philleigh, and of Lamorran, Cornwall, 1759 (ff. 19-20);
Samuel BICKLEY, vicar of Bapchild, Kent, 1759 (ff. 21-2);
George CARDALE, rector of Wanlip, and vicar of Rothley, Leics., 1759 (ff. 23-5);
John CLAYTON, rector of Norton by Twycross, and vicar of Belgrave, Leics., 1759 (ff. 26-30);
Thomas COBB, rector of Upper (Great) Hardres, and of Hope All Saints, Kent, 1759 (ff. 31-2);
Robert COTES, rector of Ryes, and vicar of Hornsea w. Long Riston, Yorks., 1759 (ff. 33-6);
John COWPER, vicar of Penrith, Cumberland, and of Barton, Westmoreland, 1759 (ff. 37-9);
Thomas FRANK, vicar of Darenth, Kent, 1759 (ff. 40-2);
Richard GREEN, vicar of North Mundham, and of Hunston, Sussex, 1759 (ff. 43-4);
Humphry HENCHMAN, rector of Folke, Dorset, and of Barford St. Martin, Wilts., 1759 (ff. 45-6);
John HILL, rector of Thorpe Malsor, and of Kelmarsh, Northants., 1759 (ff. 47-8);
Thomas HIRST, rector of Little Shelford, and of Boxworth, Cambs., 1759 (ff. 49-52);
John HOCKIN, vicar of Oakhampton, and rector of Lydford, Devon, 1759 (ff. 53-4);
Evan JONES, vicar of All Saints, Evesham, and of Cleve Prior, Worcs., 1759 (ff. 55-6);
Thomas Marshall JORDAN, rector of Barming, Kent, and of Iden, Sussex, 1759 (ff. 57-8);
Samuel KIRSHAW, vicar of Leeds, and rector of Ripley, Yorks., 1759 (ff. 59-60);
Simon MILLS, rector of Norbury w. Snelston, Derbys., and vicar of Leek, Staffs., 1759 (ff. 61-3);
Joseph NEWTON, vicar of Coleshill, Berks., and vicar of Little Cheverell, Wilts., 1759 (ff. 64-5);
William NORRIS, rector of Riddlesworth w. Gasthorpe, Norfolk, and vicar of Impington, Cambs., 1759 (ff. 66-7);
James PITCAIRN, rector of Compton Bassett, and of West Kington, Wilts., 1759 (ff. 68-9);
Robert POLHILL, vicar of Goudhurst, Kent (ff. 70-1);
John PRAT, vicar of Hartlip, Kent, 1759 (ff. 72-5);
William SPEKE, vicar of Curry Rivel, and rector of Dowlish Wake, Somt., 1759 (ff. 76-9);
John TAYLOR, rector of Staplehurst, Kent, 1759 (ff. 80-2);
Thomas WICKINS, rector of Mordiford, and vicar of St. Peter w. St. Owen, Hereford, 1759 (ff. 83-4);
Benjamin WOODROFFE, rector of Over-Wallop, and of Cliddesden w. Farleigh Wallop, Hants., 1759 (ff. 85-94);
John ADNEY, rector of Uplowman, and of Sampford Peverell, Devon, 1760 (ff. 95-7);
Montagu BARTON, rector of Stourton, Wilts., and of Caundell Marsh, Dorset, 1760 (ff. 98-9);
Allen BATHURST, rector of Sapperton, and of Beverstone w. Kingscote, Glos., 1760 (ff. 100-2);
Michael BAYNES, vicar of Ringmer, and of Fletching, Sussex, 1760 (ff. 103-4);
Henry BENNETT, rector of Cardinham, and vicar of St. Kew, Cornwall, 1760 (ff. 105-6);
Thomas BUCKRIDGE, vicar of Send w. Ripley, and rector of Merrow, Surrey, 1760 (ff. 107-8);
Henry CHALMERS, vicar of Earls Colne, and rector of Little Waltham, Essex, 1760 (ff. 109-12);
Nicholas CHOLWELL, rector of Stevenage, and vicar of Shephall, Herts., 1760 (ff. 113-16);
John DOBSON, vicar of Market Lavington, and of Deverill Longbridge w. Deverill Monkton, Wilts., 1760 (ff. 117-18);
Peter ELLICE, rector of Letchworth, and of Knebworth, Herts., 1760 (ff. 119-20);
William HALFORD, rector of Ightham, Kent, 1760 (ff. 123-4);
John HARRISON, rector of Faulkbourne, and of Ashingdon, Essex, 1760 (ff. 125-8);
William LAW, vicar of Kneesall w. Boughton, and rector of Dunham, Notts., 1760 (ff. 129-30);
Thomas MANNERS, rector of Aylestone, Leics., and of Silk Willoughby, Lincs., 1760 (ff. 131-3);
Thomas NAIRN, rector of Ewhurst, and vicar of Battle, Sussex, 1760 (ff. 134-5);
Thomas PORTER, vicar of Kirkby Green, and rector of Blankney, Lincs., 1760 (ff. 136-8);
Thomas RAYNE, vicar of Broadwindsor, and of Netherbury and Beaminster, Dorset, 1760 (ff. 139-40);
William REYNER, rector of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London, and vicar of Harmondsworth, Middx., 1760 (ff. 141-4);
Wanley SAWBRIDGE, curate of St. Thomas, Harty, 1760 (ff. 145-6);
George SINCLAIR, vicar of Melbourne, Derbys., and rector of Wilford, Notts., 1760 (ff. 147-8);
John SMITH, vicar of Borden, Kent, 1760 (f. 149);
Richard SMITH, vicar of Wellington, and rector of Eyton-on-the-Weald Moors, Salop, 1760 (ff. 150-1);
William SMYTHIES, rector of Alpheton, Suffolk, and vicar of St. Peter, Colchester, Essex, 1760 (ff. 150-3);
Robert STEPHENS, rector of Shellingford, Berks., and of Eastington, Glos., 1760 (ff. 154-7);
John TIDBOALD, vicar of West Anstey, and of East Anstey, Devon, 1760 (ff. 158-60);
Job WALLACE, vicar of Messing, and rector of Liston, Essex, 1760-1 (f. 161-9);
Vincent WARREN, rector of Swalecliffe, Kent, 1760 (f. 170);
Richard WILLIS, rector of Hartley Mauditt, Hants., and of West Thorney, Sussex, 1760 (ff. 171-2);
Joseph BELL, vicar of Stowe, and rector of Radclive, Bucks., 1761 (ff. 173-6);
John BLAKE, rector of Catton, and of Scrayingham, Yorks., 1761 (ff. 177-8);
John CLUTTON, rector of Hangleton, and vicar of Portslade, Sussex, 1761 (ff. 179-80);
John DALBY, vicar of Castle Donington, Leics., and rector of Lambley, Notts., 1761 (ff. 181-2);
John DAWSON, vicar of Sellinge, Kent, 1761 (ff. 183-4);
George DOWNING, rector of Ovington, and of Tilbury, Essex, 1761 (ff. 185-6);
George DRURY, rector of Overstone, and of Little Billing. Northants., 1761 (ff. 187-90);
Foote GOWER, rector of Chignall, and of Mashbury, Essex, 1761 (ff. 191-2);
Harry HANKEY, rector of Brantham w. East Bergholt, Suffolk, and of Peldon, Essex, 1761 (ff. 193-6);
Joseph HILL, rector of Chilton Cantalo, Somt., and of Kingston Magna, Dorset, 1761 (ff. 197-8);
Thomas HURST, rector of St. John, Stamford, Lincs., and of Coleorton, Leics., 1761 (ff. 199-202);
Thomas KENDALL, vicar of Althorne, and rector of Little Chishall, Essex, 1761 (ff. 203-8);
Matthew MADDOCK, rector of Catworth, and of Holywell, Hunts., 1761 (ff. 209-10);
George MORRISON, vicar of Eastwood, and rector of Sutton, Essex, 1761 (ff. 211-12);
Thomas MOSLEY, rector of Wigginton, and vicar of Strensall, Yorks., 1761 (ff. 213-14);
John NEWBOROUGH, vicar of Aston Rowant, and of Thame, Oxon, 1761 (ff. 215-17);
Samuel PHIPPS, vicar of Silkstone, and of Penistone, Yorks., 1761 (ff. 218-19);
Robert READY, rector of Peasemore, and of Buscot, Berks., 1761 (ff. 220-1);
William ROMAN, rector of Upper Clatford, and of Farringdon, Hants., 1761 (ff. 222-4);
Daniel WALLER, vicar of Oving, and of Wisborough Green, Sussex, 1761 (ff. 225-6);
John WICKINS, rector of Petworth, and of Tillington, Sussex, 1761 (ff. 227-32);
John WILLIAMS, vicar of Benenden, and rector of Ripple, Kent, 1761 (ff. 233-4);
John Williams, rector of Cheriton, and of Nicholaston, Glams., 1761 (ff. 235-6);
Richard YALDEN, rector of Greatham, and vicar of Newton Valence, Hants., 1761 (ff. 237-8).
238 ff.

Archbishop as visitor  SECKER 6  1748-1768

Contents:
All Souls, Oxford, 1748-66 (ff. 1-139).
Merton College, Oxford, 1768 (ff. 140-1).
Radcliffe Travelling Fellowship, Oxford, 1759-60 (ff. 142-62).
Croydon Hospital, 1758-68 (ff. 163-79).
Rochester Free School, 1760-1 (ff. 180-92).
Archbishop's Peculiars.
Benefice and parochial correspondence, 1758-68, including: Barnes, Surrey, 1763 (ff. 193-5); Bersted, Sussex, 1766 (ff. 196-9); Bexley, Kent, 1759 (ff. 200-3); Bocking, Essex, 1763 (ff. 204-5); Buxted, Sussex, n.d. (ff. 206-7); Eynsford, Kent, 1763 (ff. 208-14); Gillingham, Kent, 1767 (ff. 215-16); Grain, Kent, 1759 (ff. 217-20); Hadleigh, Suffolk, 1759 (ff. 221-2); Halton, Bucks., 1759 (f. 223); Hayes w. Downe chapel, Kent, 1759 (ff. 224-5); Hayes w. Norwood chapel, Middx., 1758-9 (ff. 226-48); Hever, Kent, 1762 (ff. 249-50); Isfield, Sussex, 1759 (ff. 251-2); London, St. Michael, Crooked Lane, 1759 (ff. 253-8), St. Michael Royal, 1761 (f. 259); Pagham, Sussex, 1759-60 (ff. 260-2); Pinner, Middx., 1765 (ff. 263-4); Portslade, Sussex, 1759 (f. 265); Slindon, Sussex, 1759 (ff. 266-7); Wootton Underwood, Bucks., 1761 (f. 268).
Visitations and confirmations, 1759-67 (ff. 269-92).
Archbishop's Advowsons.
Coulsdon, Surrey, 1763 (ff. 293-8).
298 ff.

Charities, Case Papers and other Correspondence.  SECKER 7  1743-1766

Contents:
Fettiplace charity, 1743-59 (ff. 1-79).
General correspondence and case papers, 1750-68, including Secker's letter to the bishops of the province, 1759 (ff. 81-176).
Case of the Rev. Henry Perfect, 1759-63 (ff. 177-207).
French Protestants, 1754-67 (ff. 208-40).
Nectarius, 1763-6 (ff. 241-266).
Marriage, including Lord Hardwicke's Marriage Act, 1739-54 (ff. 267-325).
Parliamentary bills and related papers, 1730's-62 (ff. 326-54).
Secker's tradesmen, gardens at Croydon and Lambeth, will and legacies (ff. 355-73).
373 ff.

Methodists  SECKER 8  1738-57

Contents:
(Mainly papers of George Lavington, Bishop of Exeter)
215 ff.

Moravians: Letters and Papers  SECKER 9  1751-60

Contents:
Mainly papers of Bishop Lavington
239 ff.

Moravians: Papers  SECKER 10  1750's

Contents:
Mainly papers of Bishop Lavington
268 ff.

Moravians: Pamphlets and Notes  SECKER 11  1749-50's

Contents:
Mainly papers of Bishop Lavington
342 ff.

British Museum.  SECKER 12  1757-1758

Contents:
Orders and regulations, [1757-8].
(Printed and annotated)
44 ff.

CORNWALLIS PAPERS  AA/AP/CORNWALLIS  [n.d.]

Lambeth Palace Rating.  CORNWALLIS 1  1775-1805


Related information: See also MSS. 1161, 1162, 1361.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers on the case, Archbishop of Canterbury v. Suter (Court of Common Pleas) to establish the extra-parochial status of Lambeth Palace, 1775-7. Includes summary of Archbishop's case drawn up by Beilby Porteus, rector of Lambeth, and (1787) Bishop of London, and annotated "Let this be given to the Archbishop of Canterbury at my Decease", 1805.
283 ff.

Lambeth Palace Rating: Exemplification of the award  CORNWALLIS 2  1777

Letters and Papers.  CORNWALLIS 3  1770-1782

Contents:
Visitation Papers, 1770-82 (ff. 1-29).
General letters and papers, 1770-81, including Canterbury and Croydon hospitals, Episcopal Church of Scotland, Quakers tithe bill, St. Paul's Cathedral, Vaudois, copy of will of Archbishop Abbot (ff. 30-96).
96 ff.

American Missionaries.  CORNWALLIS 4  1776-1779

Contents:
Accounts with Messrs. Robert and Henry Drummond and Co. of subscriptions received for American missionaries, 1776-9.
45 ff.

MOORE PAPERS  AA/AP/MOORE  [n.d.]


Related information: For other Moore Papers on Ireland and America see S.P.G. Papers, 8, ff. 187-226.

Foreign.  MOORE 1  1787-1804

Contents:
America: consecration of Bishops, 1787, 1790 (ff. 1-6).
Australia: chaplaincy in Sydney, 1792-4 including accounts of the Rev. Richard Johnson and plans of chapel in Sydney (ff. 7-95).
Canada: college statutes and appointment of the Rev. Thomas Cox as president of King's College, Nova Scotia, 1802-3; Jacob Mountain, Bishop of Quebec, on the church in Canada, 1803 (ff. 96-152).
China: appointment of the Rev. David Hill as chaplain to the British factory, 1794 (ff. 153-4).
India: educational institute in Bengal, 1784-91; appointment of the Rev. Richard Hall Kerr, and consecration of Black Town Chapel, Madras, 1801-4 (ff. 155-255).
St. Helena: the Rev. John Fletcher Wilkinson, 1802-4 (ff. 256-84).
West Indies: licensing of the Rev. Alexander Ewing to teach in the Bahamas, 1786; account of Unitas Fratrum (Moravians), 1788 (ff. 285-98).
298 ff.

Canterbury Diocesan Papers: Benefice and parochial correspondence  MOORE 2  1782-1804

Contents:
Including:
Acrise, 1802 (f. 1); Ashford, 1803-4 (ff. 2-13); Bekesbourne, 1786 (ff. 14-17); Chislet, 1785, 1790 (ff. 18-20); Deal, 1786 (ff. 21-3); Eastchurch, 1785-7 (ff. 24-75); Eastwell, 1798-1800 (ff. 76-97); Herne, 1792 (ff. 98-9); Ivychurch, 1801 (f. 100); Langdon, 1793 (ff. 101-2); Leysdown, 1770-95 (ff. 103-24); Lydd, 1786-99 (ff. 125-81); Margate, 1787-1802 (ff. 182-7); Mongeham, Little, 1791 (ff. 188-91); Monks Horton, 1786 (ff. 192-3); Newchurch, 1780's (f. 194); Ramsgate, 1787 (ff. 195-6); Romney, New, 1793 (ff. 197-8); Ruckinge, 1794 (ff. 199-200); Sibertswold, 1803 (ff. 201-6); Tenterden, n.d. (f. 207); Throwleigh, 1800-2 (ff. 208-22); Tunstall, 1784-1803 (ff. 223-58); Whitfield, 1787 (f. 259).
Lists of benefices with details of terriers and patrons (ff. 260-73).
273 ff.

Canterbury Diocesan Papers.  MOORE 3  1786-1805

Contents:
Visitation papers, 1786-1805 (ff. 1-204).
Petitions for licences for non-residence, 1803-4, comprising:
Fitzherbert, ADAMS, rector of Ulcombe, Kent, 1804 (ff. 205-6).
John ASHBURNER, vicar of Linton, Kent, 1804 (ff. 207-9).
Charles BAKER, vicar of Tilmanstone, Kent, 1804 (ff. 210-11).
John Charles BECKINGHAM, rector of Great Hardres, Kent, 1804 (ff. 212-13).
James BELL, vicar of Lympne, Kent, 1804 (ff. 214-15).
John BENSON, vicar of Boxley, Kent, 1803 (ff. 216-17).
Charles CAGE, vicar of Bearsted, Kent, 1803 (ff. 218-19).
Thomas CHERRY, curate of Loose, Kent, and headmaster of Merchant Taylors School, London, 1804 (ff. 220-1).
Thomas COOMBE, vicar of Tenterden, Kent, and chaplain of Curzon Chapel, Hanover Square, Westminster, 1804 (ff. 222-3).
Matthew Malthus COYSGARNE, rector of Snargate, and curate of Borden, Kent, 1804 (ff. 224-5).
Benjamin DAVIES, vicar of Stalisfield, and curate of Warehorn, Kent, 1804 (ff. 226-7).
Francis DODSWORTH, vicar of Doddington, and of Minster-in-Thanet, Kent, 1804 (ff. 228-9).
Sir John FAGG, Bart., rector of Chartham, Kent, 1804, (ff. 230-1).
William Wing FOWLE, rector of Burmarsh, and of Ivychurch, Kent, 1804 (ff. 232-3).
John GOSTLING, rector of St. Peter and Holy Cross, Canterbury, 1803 (ff. 234-5).
Roger HAYNE, vicar of Stockbury, Kent, and curate of Purleigh, Essex, 1803 (ff. 236-7).
Henry HODGES, vicar of Benenden, Kent, 1803 (ff. 238-9).
Stephen Long JACOB, vicar of Waldershare, and of Whitfield, Kent, 1804 (ff. 240-1).
Alexander JAMES, vicar of St. Margaret at Cliffe, and curate of Buckland, Kent, 1803 (ff. 242-3).
Daniel JOANES, vicar of Ruckinge, Kent, 1804 (ff. 244-5).
Theophilus JONES, rector of St. Mary-in-the-Marsh, and curate of Stone in Oxney, Kent, 1804 (ff. 246-7).
Philip LE GEYT, vicar of Chislet, and of St. Nicholas at Wade, Kent, 1804 (f. 248).
Richard LEVETT, vicar of Upchurch, Kent, and curate of High Wycombe, Bucks., 1803 (ff. 249-50).
Thomas LLOYD, rector of Fordwich, Kent, and curate of All Saints and St. John, Hereford, 1804 (ff. 251-3).
Christopher Bramble NAYLOR, vicar of Reculver, Kent, 1804 (ff. 254-5).
Edward NORWOOD, rector of Sevington, and curate of Ashford, Kent, 1804 (ff. 256-7).
Montagu PENNINGTON, vicar of Westwell, and perpetual curate of Sutton, Kent, 1804 (ff. 258-9).
Giles POWELL, rector of Acrise, Kent, 1803 (ff. 260-1).
Joseph PRICE, vicar of Littlebourne, Kent, 1803 (ff. 262-3).
Matthias RUTTON, vicar of Sheldwich, Kent, 1804 (f. 264).
Richard SHARPE, vicar of Brookland, and curate of New Romney, Kent, 1804 (f. 265).
Alexander James SMITH, vicar of Alkham w. Capel-le-Ferne, and of Ewell, Kent, 1803 (ff. 266-9).
Athelstan STEPHENS, rector of Graveney w. Goodnestone, Kent, 1804 (ff. 270-3).
Charles STODDART, vicar of Newchurch, and master of Ashford Grammar School, Kent, 1803-4 (ff. 274-7).
Charles STODDART, rector of Shadoxhurst, and usher of Ashford Grammar School, Kent, 1804 (ff. 278-9).
John TIMS, vicar of Tonge, Kent, 1804 (ff. 280-1).
Thomas TIMS, perpetual curate of Walmer, Kent, 1804 (ff. 282-3).
Edward William WHITAKER, rector of St. Mildred and All Saints, Canterbury, 1803 (ff. 284-5).
Thomas WILKINSON, rector of Bonnington, Kent, and curate of Higham Gobion, Lincs., 1804 (ff. 286-7).
Charles WILLIAMS, vicar of Warehorn, Kent, 1804 (ff. 288-90).
Note of licences for non-residence (ff. 291-2).

Archbishop's Peculiars: Benefice and parochial correspondence  MOORE 4  1786-99

Contents:
Bersted w. Bognor chapel, Sussex, 1792-7 (ff. 1-47); Cliffe, Kent, 1786-98 (ff. 48-83); Croydon, Surrey, 1792 (ff. 84-95); Edburton, Sussex, 1796 (f. 96); Eynsford, Kent, 1797 (f. 97); Hadleigh, Suffolk, 1793, 1795 (ff. 98-100); Horsley, East, Surrey, 1790-2 (ff. 101-16); Keston, Kent, 1799 (ff. 117-24); London, St. Dunstan-in-the-East, 1792 (ff. 125-6); Merstham, Surrey, 1785 (ff. 127-8); Northfleet, Kent, 1792 (ff. 129-30); Putney w. Roehampton chapel, Surrey, 1799 (ff. 131-40); Shoreham, Kent, 1784-9 (ff. 141-88); Southchurch, Essex, 1791, 1794 (ff. 189-90); Tarring, West, Sussex, 1799 (ff. 191-9).

Provincial and Metropolitical Papers  MOORE 5  1785-1801

Contents:
General correspondence and papers, 1785-1803 (ff. 1-167)
Episcopal patronage, 1793-1801 (ff. 168-89).
Reversionary grants particularly of the principal registrarship of Prerogative Court of Canterbury and commissionaryship of the Court of Arches, 1780's (ff. 190-257).
Faculty Office dispensations and marriage licences, 1785-1802 (ff. 258-95).
Archbishop as visitor or trustee.
British Museum, 1799; Trinity College, Cambridge; Balliol College, Oxford, 1790; Radcliffe Travelling Fellowship, 1790-1800; Guildford Hospital, 1795; Harrow School, 1785; Blundell's School, Tiverton; King Street Chapel School, Westminster, 1796 (ff. 296-349).

Royal Ceremonies, Scotland and Ireland.  MOORE 6  1764-1800

Contents:
Royal marriages, prayers of thanksgiving, and changes in the liturgy, 1764-97 (ff. 1-110).
Episcopal Church of Scotland, 1785-94 (ff. 111-93).
Church of Ireland, 1782-1800 (ff. 194-282).
282 ff.

Charities, Parliamentary Papers, etc.  MOORE 7  1784-1804

Contents:
Parliamentary bills: tithes, land-tax, non-residence, maintenance of clergy, subscriptions of dissenting ministers, 1793-1801 (f. 1-160).
Charities and Queen Anne's Bounty, 1784-1804 (ff. 161-264).
Wills of John Sampson of Lambeth and Ann Belward of Gorleston (ff. 265-74).

Dissenters.  MOORE 8  1782-1801

Contents:
Includes papers on the test and corporation acts, royal bounty to protestant dissenting ministers, particularly in the Vaudois, 1782-1801 (ff. 1-174); memoranda by Granville Sharpe on the Gallican Church, 1801 (ff. 175-206); and papers on the Swedenborgians, 1792 (ff. 207-12).
217 ff.

Thomas Witherby.  MOORE 9  1794

Contents:
Letter to Archbishop Moore on the pamphlet controversy on Methodism, 1794.
66 pp.

MANNERS SUTTON PAPERS  AA/AP/MANNERS SUTTON  [n.d.]


Related information: See manuscripts catalogue, especially MS.3274, for other Manners Sutton Papers

Letters and Papers.  MANNERS SUTTON 1  1805-1828

Contents:
Includes papers on clerical non-residence, Waterloo churches, the Vaudois, and royal letters requesting returns of numbers of dissenting chapels and authorising collections for the relief of manufacturing classes and the National Society, 1805-28.
186 ff.

King's College, Nova Scotia.  MANNERS SUTTON 2  1806-1827

Contents:
Includes statutes, annotated by the Archbishop, revised statutes and proposals for union with Dalhousie College, 1806-27.
155 ff

Vaudois Protestants.  MANNERS SUTTON 3  1811

Contents:
Memorial by J.L. Chirol, minister of the French Protestant Church of Le Quarré, to the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of London on the distribution of royal bounty to French protestant clergy in the Vaudois, 1811.
101 ff

Vaudois Protestants.  MANNERS SUTTON 4  1812

Contents:
Similar appeal, 1812
60 pp.

Temple, William (1881-1944)  AA/AP/W.Temple  1881-1966

111 volumes

Source of acquisition: The bulk of the letters and papers listed in this catalogue cover William Temple's three years at Canterbury (1942-4) and were left at Lambeth on his death. Certain personal papers, dealing mainly with the period before 1929, have since been deposited in the Library by his widow. No distinction is made between the two which have been arranged and listed in a single alphabetical sequence by subject (Vols. 1-62).


Creator(s):

Supplementary information: Catalogue descriptions originally based on 'Summary catalogue of the papers of William Temple, archbishop of Canterbury, 1942-1944' (typescript, 1981) by Geoffrey M. B. Pick, Assistant Archivist. Correspondents in vols. 1-62 and 110 were not originally noted, except in a few selected instances. Vols. 63-109 were briefly described at file level. Descriptions of vols. 2-62 and 110-111 were augmented by Aaron Hope, Assistant Archivist, 2006-2007.


Related information: TEMPLE MATERIAL IN OTHER COLLECTIONS HELD IN LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY: ARCHBISHOPS' PAPERS. R.T. Davidson: Scattered references. C.G. Lang: Scattered references. G.F. Fisher: Scattered references. BELL PAPERS. File T: Correspondence with Temple, 1941-4; correspondence about memorials and biographies for Temple, 1944-9. Subject Box: Unemployment; Archbishop of York's Committee on, 1933-9. German Church Papers. BISHOPS' MEETINGS: BM 7-9. DOUGLAS PAPERS: Scattered references. LAMBETH CONFERENCES: 1920 and 1930. MSS. SEQUENCE: Numerous, particularly: MS. 1765 - Typescript of letters by Temple to his elder brother F.C. Temple, 1894-1944. MS. 3106 - Recollections of Temple by his wife, 1881-1942. William Temple papers vol. 109 consisted of 9 L.P. records of radio broadcasts, which were transferred to the British Library Sound Archive. Borthwick Institute of Historical Research (for records as Archbishop of York).

Administrative history:
William Temple (1881-1944) was appointed bishop of Manchester in 1921, translated to York in 1929 and to Canterbury in 1942.

Contents:
Letters and papers (vols. 1-62, 110). The remaining volumes (vols. 63-109, 111) comprise scrapbooks, appointment diaries, sermons, articles, press cuttings, photograph albums etc.

Letters and papers  AA/AP/W.Temple/1-62  [n.d.]

62 volumes

Contents:
Usually including out-letters from William Temple.

E.S. Abbott - Archbishop of Canterbury's Commission on Dispensations  W.Temple 1  27 Jun 1935-3 Nov 1944

420 ff.

Eric Symes ABBOTT, Warden of Lincoln Theological College  W.Temple 1, ff. 1-13  22 Dec 1943-25 Jul 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Abbott's appointment as dean of King's College, London, including the opinions of Geoffrey Fisher, Bishop of London (f.1) and Henry Skelton, Bishop of Lincoln (f.13), and letters from Abbott (ff.3-4, 6, 12).

ADOPTION  W.Temple 1, ff. 14-41  27 Jun 1935-30 Apr 1943

Contents:
Includes correspondence relating to the policies of the National Children Adoption Association and the National Adoption Society and a pamphlet entitled 'Some Criticisms of Adoption Societies' (ff.36-41). Correspondents include Percy Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (ff.31-32)

AFRICA  W.Temple 1, ff. 42-8  7 Oct-10 Nov 1943

Contents:
Letter from Brigadier Roger Ward regarding the post-war development of people in Africa, particularly Kenya and racial issues, and a copy of Archbishop Temple's reply.

Note: Formerly British East Africa. Independent nation 1963.


EAST AFRICA  W.Temple 1, ff. 49-93  22 May 1943-21 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the proposed creation of a province of East Africa, including minutes of the Conference of the East African Bishops, Arusha, 17-22 May 1943 (ff.51-9), a pastoral letter of 1937 from a conference of East African bishops (ff.78-85), and correspondence with William Vincent Lucas, Bishop of Masasi, and Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (passim).

NORTH AFRICA  W.Temple 1, ff. 94-132  10 Nov 1942-15 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the appointment and consecration of G.F.B. Morris as bishop, including correspondence with George Wright, Bishop in North Africa, Rev. Daniel Bartlett, President and Hon. Secretary of the Bible Churchmen's Missionary Society, and Morris (passim).

NORTH AFRICA  W.Temple 1, ff. 133-6  3-15 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the sending out of another Bishop in addition to the Bishop in North Africa.

WEST AFRICA  W.Temple 1, ff. 137-245  20 Aug 1942-3 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the administration of the diocese of Lagos, proposals for the creation of a province of West Africa and the transporting of an Assistant Bishop (Norman Sherwood Jones, Bishop of Hulme) to Nigeria in 1944. Correspondents include Leslie Vining, Bishop of Lagos, Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society, and John Aglionby, Bishop of Accra (passim).

WEST AFRICA  W.Temple 1, ff. 246-52  14 Jun-8 Aug 1944

Contents:
Letters from Rev. Frederick Britnell regarding the religious, economic and political position in West Africa, copies of Temple's replies and correspondence between Temple and Alec Paterson of the Colonial Secretariat confirming Britnell's concerns.

William AINSLIE, Verger at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London  W.Temple 1, ff. 253-65  1 Sep 1943-10 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the creation of a memorial lecture for Ainslie.

ANGLICAN AND EASTERN CHURCHES ASSOCIATION  W.Temple 1, ff. 266-91  23 Nov 1943-9 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of a commission of enquiry into the Association, chaired by Lord Sankey. Correspondents include Lord Sankey, Archbishop Germanos, Metropolitan of Thyateira, and Rt.Rev. Paul de la Billiere, Dean of Westminster (passim).

Institute for ANGLO-AMERICAN AFFAIRS  W.Temple 1, ff. 292-328  8 Aug 1943-15 Feb 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the proposal of Eleanora Iredale for such an institute, including outlines of the proposal and correspondence.

Prayers for ANIMALS  W.Temple 1, ff. 329-35  18 Sep-16 Dec 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to the harming of animals during World War II, including comments by Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York, on a proposed prayer for animals.

ANTIGUA  W.Temple 1, ff. 336-8  16 Jun-3 Jul 1942

Contents:
Letter from George Hand, Bishop of Antigua, regarding the centenary of the diocese and a goodwill message from Archbishop Temple in reply.

ANTIGUA  W.Temple 1, ff. 339-52  30 Nov 1943-23 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of N.W.N. Davis as bishop, including the opinion of Maurice Harland, Bishop of Croydon.

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S COMMISSION ON DISPENSATIONS  W.Temple 1, ff. 353-420  1 May 1942-6 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the publication of the report of the Committee, including correspondence regarding criticism of a Minority Report written by Dr. Sparrow Simpson from Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester and Chairman of the Commission and others (passim), and drafts of Archbishop Temple's statement on the report.

Archbishop of Canterbury's Conference on Lawful Authority - Archbishops' Commission on Canon Law  W.Temple 2  12 Dec 1935-12 Oct 1944

398 ff.

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S CONFERENCE ON LAWFUL AUTHORITY  W.Temple 2, ff. 1-65  5 Apr 1938-20 June 1939

Contents:
Correspondence and papers concerning the 'Round Table Conference' on revision of the liturgy, including letters from: Norman Powell Williams (ff. 1-7, 16-19, 63-5); Archbishop Temple (ff. 8-10); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 12-15, 42-6); Lancelot Mason, Rector of Plumpton w. East Chiltington, Sussex (ff. 20, 25); William Thompson Elliott, Canon of Westminster (f. 47); James Stanley Bezzant, Canon of Liverpool (ff. 48-9); Cyril Eastaugh, Vicar of St. John the Divine, Kennington, Surrey (f. 50); Edward Craddock Ratcliff, Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford (f. 51); George Leonard Prestige, Rector of Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire (ff. 52, 57-60); and William Waldegrave Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne (ff. 53-6, 61-2). Also includes notes and draft documents by Archbishop Temple (ff. 11, 21-4), and "Lawful Authority", Draft Report B of the Round Table Conference (ff. 26-39).

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S DIPLOMA IN CHURCH MUSIC  W.Temple 2, ff. 66-8  8 June 1942

Contents:
Letter from Sir Sydney Nicholson, director of the School of English Church Music, on the continuation of the diploma. Includes a copy of the diploma regulations (ff. 67-8).

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S LENT BOOK  W.Temple 2, ff. 69-102  17 Feb 1942-12 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the selection of authors for the 1943-6 editions of the Lent Book, including a refusal by C.S. Lewis (f. 71). Other correspondents include: Nathaniel Micklem, Principal of Mansfield College and author of the 1943 edition (f. 74); David George Peck, author of the 1945 edition (f. 83); and Charles W. Lowry, Rector of All Saints, Maryland, USA and author of the 1946 edition (ff. 95-7). Also includes correspondence by the publishers, Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd., Archbishop Temple, and Albert Edward Baker, Canon of York and author of the 1944 edition (passim).

ARCHBISHOP OF YORK'S COMMITTEE ON UNEMPLOYMENT  W.Temple 2, ff. 103-357  12 Dec 1935-Feb 1938

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to the Pilgrim Trust Unemployment Committee of Enquiry (PTUCE) undertaken by the Archbishop of York's Committee on Unemployment, including: letters and papers from Eleanora Iredale, Secretary to the Committee (passim); memoranda by Noel F. Hall (ff. 107-113, 125-32), John Jewkes (ff. 107-113-18, 125-32), and others; minutes and agendas of PTUCE meetings (passim); copies of letters from Israel Moses Sieff (ff. 153-4, 167-9); 'P.E.P. Proposals for the Pilgrim Trust Enquiry on Unemployment' (ff. 170-2); letter from Leonard Knight Elmhirst (f. 176); 'Paper on Experiments with Young Unemployed Men...' (ff. 189-99); PTUCE financial papers (ff. 214-16, 232-7); 'Proposed Plan of Enquiry' for the PTUCE (ff. 219-26); letter to The Times by Archbishop Temple on 'Special Areas' and the work of the Pilgrim Trust (f. 231); letter from J.L. Longland, Director of The Community Service Council for Durham County Ltd. (ff. 242-5); Interim Papers numbers I-IV by H.W. Singer, comprising: 'Relative Differences in the Local Incidence of Unemployment' (ff. 250-82), 'The Regional Distribution of Unemployment, 1929-1936' (ff. 283-308), 'Transference and the Age Structure of the Population in the Special Areas' (ff. 309-32), and 'Unemployment and Health' (ff. 333-57).

ARCHBISHOPS' ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES  W.Temple 2, ff. 358-75  25 Aug 1942-22 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on provisions for the election of representatives from religious communities to the Council, including letters and papers from: Kennth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 358-60, 364, 367, 369-72); Archbishop Temple (f. 361, 363, 365-6); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 362); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 368, 373-5).

ARCHBISHOPS' COMMISSION ON CANON LAW  W.Temple 2, ff. 376-83  17 Jan-10 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on additional appointments to the Commission, comprising letters from: Eric Lionel Mascall, recommending the appointment of G.B. Bentley (f. 376); Archbishop Temple accepting the appointment of Walter Somerville Wigglesworth (ff. 377, 381) and offering his personal view on the nature of canon law (f. 381v); Wigglesworth, accepting his appointment (f. 380); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 378-9, 382-3), recommending the appointment of Professor [Alexander] Hamilton Thompson (f. 383).

ARCHBISHOPS' COMMISSION ON CANON LAW  W.Temple 2, ff. 384-98  14 Oct-2 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the procedures for the amendment of canon law, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (f. 384); Harry Bevir Vaisey (ff. 385, 397); Edgar William James Hellins, Canon of Salisbury (ff. 386-8), enclosing his notes on the procedure for passing a canon, based on Sir William Anson's 'The Law and Custom of the Constitution' (ff. 389-91); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (ff. 395-6); and Charles Edward Douglas (f. 398).

Archbishops' Commission on Training for the Ministry - Austria  W.Temple 3  Jan 1942-11 Dec 1944

390 ff.

ARCHBISHOPS' COMMISSION ON TRAINING FOR THE MINISTRY  W.Temple 3, ff. 1-88  Jan 1942-1944

Contents:
Correspondence and papers concerning the Commission, including: the interim report of the Commission (ff. 1-22); 'Notes on the Interim Report of the Archbishops' Commission on Training' by Eric Harrison Ward, Principal of Lichfield Theological College, criticising the Interim Report (ff. 23-32); letter from Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales, regarding regional training committees (f. 33); 'Suggested Scheme for the distribution of the [Regional] Committees' (f. 34); letters from Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham and chairman of the Commission (passim); letter from Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (f. 43), enclosing a pamphlet entitled 'The Bristol Diocesan Junior Clergy Training Scheme 1938-42' (ff. 44-51); letters from Eric Symes Abbott, Warden of Lincoln Theological College (ff. 53, 61); letter from Eric Graham, Principal of Cuddesdon Theological College (f. 60); letters from Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Maidstone (ff. 80, 87), enclosing a letter from Stephen F.B. Bedale, Director of Kelham Theological College (ff. 81-3); letter from Henry Charles Robins, Dean of Salisbury (f. 85); a document entitled 'Training for the Ministry Report - The Evangelical Point of View' (f. 88); and letters from Archbishop Temple (passim).

ARCHBISHOPS' COMMITTEE FOR SERVICE ORDINATION CANDIDATES  W.Temple 3, ff. 89-260  20 Mar 1942-11 Dec 1944

Contents:
Letter and papers on demobilisation and the training of ordinands, including a draft memorandum to the chaplains of the Forces (ff. 104-6); memoranda on recommendations of the Service Ordination Candidates' Committee (ff. 127-8, 140-2); a draft memorandum to the Ministry of Labour on the need for demobilisation of candidates for ordination (f. 184); and a copy of H.M. Government's 'Further Education and Training Scheme' (ff. 257-8). Correspondents include: William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 89-91); Henry Townsend Vodden, Suffragan Bishop of Hull (ff. 92, 95-8); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (passim); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 94); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 101-2, 191); Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Jarrow and (from 1944) Maidstone (ff. 108, 111, 251-3, 255); Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (f. 113); John Allen Fitzgerald Gregg, Anglican Archbishop of Armagh (f. 116); Kenneth Riches, Secretary of the Archbishops' Committee for Service Ordination Candidates (ff. 118, 177-9, 212-16); Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (ff. 119, 160); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 135-7, 167-70, 175, 223, 227, 230-1, 240-2, 244); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 138, 148); Edwin Finch, Secretary of the Conference of the Methodist Church (ff. 143-4); Sir Bernard Charles Tolver Paget (f. 165); Sir John Cronyn Tovey (f. 166); R. Mackintosh, Secretary of the Committee on Church and National Service of the Church of Scotland (ff. 172, 176); Albert Peel, editor of The Congregational Quarterly (ff. 194-5, 199-211); Ernest Bevin, of the Ministry of Labour (f. 197); Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta (f. 250); and Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester (f. 260). Also includes letters from Archbishop Temple (passim) and a copy of his 'Letter to Service Ordinands' (ff. 213-14).

ARCHBISHOPS' COMMITTEE ON WOMEN'S WORK  W.Temple 3, ff. 261-328  15 Sep 1942-20 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment and membership of the Committee, and also the formation of a Committee to consider the training of women for church work. Includes letters on financial arrangements with the Church Assembly Central Board of Finance for the operation of such committees (ff. 279-81). Correspondents include: Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield and Chairman of the Committee (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 266, 291, 294, 297); Edith Banks, Secretary to the Council for the Order of Deaconesses (ff. 289-90); Anita Bennet, General Secretary of the Central Council for Women's Church Work (ff. 308, 325); and Osyth Potts, Headmistress of Liverpool College for Girls (ff. 315, 320).

Sir Thomas Noël ARKELL  W.Temple 3, ff. 329-49  8 Mar-25 Apr 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on Arkell's views on Christianity and politics, including his letter to the Daily Telegraph criticising Archbishop Temple's involvement in secular politics (ff. 329, 344), and subsequent correspondence between Arkell and the Archbishop. Also includes anonymous extracts from letters received by Arkell in response to his original letter in the newspaper (ff. 345-9).

ARMENIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 3, ff. 350-8  3 Feb-7 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of Shnork Vardapet Kaloustian as chaplain of the Armenian Church of St. Sarkis, London, including letters from: John Albert Douglas, General Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 350, 353-5); Sir George Henry Gater, of the Colonial Office (f. 351); Sir Alexander George Montague Cadogan, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (f. 352); Tiran Nersoyan, previous chaplain of St. Sarkis and Prelate of the Armenian Orthodox Church in the United States (f. 357); and Archbishop Temple (ff. 356, 358).

Rev. Mervyn ARMSTRONG  W.Temple 3, ff. 359-74  7 July-31 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on his appointment as a seamen's welfare officer with the Ministry of War Transport, including his first report to Archbishop Temple (ff. 372-3).

Waldorf ASTOR, 2nd Viscount  W.Temple 3, ff. 375-7  4-6 Nov 1943

Contents:
Letter from Astor criticising the arrears of legislation in Parliament and suggesting the reimposition of standing committees, with Archbishop Temple's reply.

AUSTRALIA  W.Temple 3, ff. 378-9  14 June-9 July 1943

Contents:
Letter from Reginald Charles Halse, Bishop of Riverina, on the dissolution of the Community of the Ascension. Encloses a joint letter from himself and Ernest Henry Burgmann, Bishop of Goulburn, to the bishops of Australia (f. 379).

AUSTRIA  W.Temple 3, ff. 380-87  6 July-18 Sep 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the status of Austrians in Great Britain and the British Government's position on the nature of Austria for the post-war period, including: letters from Emil Muller-Sturmheim, of the Free Austrian Movement (ff. 380, 382-3); letter from Margery Irene Corbett Ashby (f. 381); letter from George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 384); edition of the 'Austrian News' (f. 385); and a 'Memorandum concerning the Entry of Nationality in the Certificate of Registration of Austrian Nationals' (ff. 386-7).

AUSTRIA  W.Temple 3, ff. 388-90  26-28 Apr 1944

Contents:
Invitation to Archbishop Temple to become vice-president of the National Committee of the Friends of Austria, and the Archbishop's refusal.

A.E. Baker - Bath and Wells  W.Temple 4  25 June 1926-25 Nov 1944

400 ff.

Criticisms of 'A Christian basis for the post-war world', edited by Albert Edward BAKER, Canon of York  W.Temple 4, ff. 1-5  3-15 Jul 1942

Contents:
Correspondence criticising the book for its views on post-war political reorganisation in Europe, particularly in Alsace-Lorraine. Correspondents include Julian C. Grumbar, vice-president of the Alliance Française (ff. 3-4).

Note: A disputed frontier region between France and Germany. Controlled by the German Empire 1871-1918; ceded to France in 1919; occupied by Germany 1940-1944. In 2005 it comprised six departments of France: Haut-Rhin, Bas-Rhin, Meuse, Vosges, Muerthe-et-Moselle, and Moselle.


Stanley BALDWIN, Prime Minister, 1929-31  W.Temple 4, ff. 6-8  12 Mar 1934

Contents:
Letter on the international control of aviation.

Thomas BALOGH, Baron Balogh (1968)  W.Temple 4, ff. 9-16  Oct 1942

Contents:
Memorandum by Balogh on the economic aspects of post-war reconstruction (ff. 11-16), and a letter from Alexander Dunlop Lindsay, Master of Balliol College, Oxford (f. 10).

BALTIC STATES  W.Temple 4, ff. 17-43  Feb 1942-20 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding fears for the wellbeing of churches in the Baltic States under Soviet occupation, including: 'Religion in the Baltic States', by the Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 17-18); letter from Arthur Stuart Duncan-Jones, Dean of Chichester (f. 19); letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 20, 22-4, 40); letter from Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, Lord Privy Seal (f. 25); extract of a letter from Erling Eidem, Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden (f. 28); letter and paper from John Albert Douglas, General Secretary to the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 37-8); and a letter from Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 43).

BANKING  W.Temple 4, ff. 44-162  4 Nov 1942-1 Mar 1944

Contents:
Papers on the Christian attitude to the banking system and finance, including correspondence from: Archbishop Temple (passim) and a copy of his 'The Christian View of the Right Relationship between Finance, Production, and Consumption' (ff. 93-100); Philip M. Robinson (ff. 69-70) and a copy of his 'National Companies' (ff. 47-66); W. Manning-Dacey (ff. 67-8); Sir Reginald Rowe (f. 77) and a copy of 'The Ethics of Interest' with his foreword (ff. 79-86); Harry Arthur Siepmann, of the Bank of England (ff. 89-91); Robert Eisler (ff. 102-4, 121, 123-6); Humphrey Charles Baskerville Mynors, of the Bank of England (ff. 130-2, 142, 150-5, 160-1); Frederick Soddy (f. 134), including his 'Proposal to Form an Honest-Money Association' (ff. 135-6); Norman A. Thompson (f. 134); Sir Alliot Verdon-Roe (ff. 145-6, 158); Andrew MacLaren, M.P. for Burslem (f. 140); and Margaret Cope, Prioress of St. Hilda's Priory, Sneaton Castle, Whitby (f. 143). Also includes the December 1942 and January 1943 editions of Money (ff. 116-19), and a joint letter on the issuing of money and credit with 32 signatories including: Sir Reginald Rowe, Frederick Soddy, Norman A. Thompson, John Gordon Hargrave, founder of the Social Credit Party, Robert J. Scrutton, founder of The People's Common Law Parliament, Richard Rapier Stokes, M.P. for Ipswich, Sir Alliot Verdon-Roe, Lady Clare Annesley, William John Brown, Parliamentary General Secretary, Charles Henry Lambert, Canon of Blackburn, and Andrew MacLaren (ff. 137-9).

James Bartholomew BANKS, episcopus vagans  W.Temple 4, ff. 163-9  10 Oct-25 Nov 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on complaints against Banks, including letters from Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 166-8).

BAPTISM  W.Temple 4, ff. 170-245  4 Nov 1942-9 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letters and papers on the nature of baptism, the role of god-parents, the refusal of sacraments by parish priests, and a proposed revision of the forms of service for baptism. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Arthur Mervyn Stockwood, Vicar of St. Matthew Moorfields, Bristol (ff. 172-3); Kenneth Hugh de Courcy (ff. 188-91); Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter and Chairman of the Canterbury Committee on Baptism (ff. 214, 232, 242), including a draft of a simple form for baptism (ff. 233-7); Henry Dewsbury Alves Major, Principal of Ripon Hall, Oxford (ff. 217, 239); and the Central Evangelical Council (f. 231). Also includes reports on a form letter to parents regarding baptism from the rural deaneries of Sutton (ff. 198-9), West Charing (f. 202), Ospringe (f. 203), Thanet (f. 204), Sittingbourne (f. 205), Canterbury (f. 207), Elham (f. 216), West Bridge (f. 222), Dover (ff. 227-8) and North Lympne (f. 230); a letter to parents on baptism from the rural deanery of Sandwich (f. 196); and Archbishop Temple's letter to parents for use in the diocese of York (f. 194).

Ernest William BARNES, Bishop of Birmingham  W.Temple 4, ff. 246-77  Mar 1942-17 Aug 1943

Contents:
Letters and papers on a dispute with the Crown over the proposed appointment of H. Rees, and subsequently Wilfrid John Hudson, as vicar of St. Jude's, Birmingham. Correspondents include: Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 258, 274); Barnes (ff. 259-63, 267, 272-3), including a copy of a letter to Prime Minister Churchill (ff. 260-3); Archbishop Temple (ff. 264-5, 269, 271, 275); Hudson (ff. 268, 270); Henry McGowan, Archdeacon of Aston (f. 276); and Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, Minister of Aircraft Production (f. 277).

Frank Russell BARRY, Bishop of Southwell (1941)  W.Temple 4, ff. 278-9  25 June 1926

Contents:
Letter from Barry on his refusal of preferment in the diocese of Manchester.

BATCOMBE CUM UPTON NOBLE, Somerset  W.Temple 4, ff. 280-92  6 Nov 1943-13 Jan 1944

Contents:
Papers on the judgement of the Master of the Rolls in Rex v Archbishop of Canterbury - ex parte George Edward Jordan Morant, concerning Morant's disputed presentation of himself to the benefice. Includes clippings from The Times for 6 Nov 1943 (f. 280) and 13 Jan 1944 (f. 281), a letter from Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 282), and a copy of the judgement (ff. 283-92).

Diocese of BATH AND WELLS  W.Temple 4, ff. 293-400  13 Aug 1942-16 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letters and papers on the ill health and incapacity of Francis Underhill, Bishop of Bath and Wells (from 1937-43), and the consequent misadministration of the diocese; on John William Charles Wand, Archbishop of Brisbane, and his unsuitability for his post; on the administration of Bath and Wells during the vacancy following Underhill's death, and potential candidates for the see; on the appointment of Wand for Bath and Wells (from 1943), and opposition to his election and confirmation; and on proposals for the future employment of Edmund Willoughby Sara, Assistant Bishop of Bath and Wells. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Henry Frewen Le Fanu, Archbishop of Perth and Primate of Australia (ff. 295-7a); William Heaton-Renshaw, Prebendary of Wells (ff. 298-9); Walter Norman Higgins, Archdeacon of Wells (ff. 302-3); Lonsdale Ragg, Archdeacon of Gibraltar (f. 310); David Colin Dunlop, Canon Emeritus of Chichester (f. 313); the Anglican Evangelical Group Movement (ff. 314-15); James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (f. 319); Alfred Cecil Cooper, Bishop of Korea (f. 320); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 324-5, 338, 353, 359, 367, 375); George Arthur Hollis, Suffragan Bishop of Taunton (ff. 327-8, 332); St. John Basil Wynne Willson, formerly Bishop of Bath and Wells (f. 330); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 334, 362, 371-4); Wand (ff. 337, 350, 361); Sara (ff. 340, 349, 384); Mary Sara, wife of Bishop Sara (ff. 391-2, 400); William Marshall Selwyn, Archdeacon of Bath (f. 344); the National Union of Protestants (ff. 354, 357); Henry Aylmer Skelton, Bishop of Lincoln (f. 363); John Dauglish, Bishop of Nassau (f. 368); Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell (f. 376); Reginald Somerset Ward (ff. 388-9); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (f. 396); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (f. 397); and Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (f. 399).

Belgium - B.B.C.  W.Temple 5  11 Sep 1913-19 Oct 1944

379 ff.

BELGIUM AND FRANCE  W.Temple 5, ff. 1-18  28 Aug-6 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to goodwill messages from the archbishops of Canterbury and York to the primates of Belgium and France on the liberation of their countries, including letters from: Ronald Ralph Williams, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 1-2, 6, 10, 17); Archbishop Temple (ff. 3-4, 8-9, 11-13); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 5, 7, 18); and Louis Marmottin, Archbishop of Rheims and Primate of Northern France (f. 16).

Sir William Henry BEVERIDGE, Master of University College, Oxford  W.Temple 5, ff. 19-20  16-17 Nov 1942

Contents:
Letter from Beveridge inviting Archbishop Temple to become a trustee of a proposed study group ('New Britain') to consider post-war reconstruction, with a copy of Temple's refusal.

Sir William Henry BEVERIDGE, Master of University College, Oxford  W.Temple 5, ff. 21-34  13 Mar-9 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's support for the Beveridge Report, comprising letters from: Charles Iain Kerr Teviot, 1st Baron Teviot (ff. 21, 23, 25, 27); Archbishop Temple (ff. 22, 24, 26, 28, 30-1, 34); and Guy Molesworth Kindersley (ff. 29, 32-3), including his 'The Credo of a Briton' (f. 33).

BIRTH CONTROL  W.Temple 5, ff. 35-59  8 June 1942-28 Feb 1943

Contents:
Papers on the criticism and support of birth control. Correspondents include: Majorie Hayter (ff. 35-7, 40-1, 44, 46, 49-53, 55-9); Helen McArthur, Honorary Secretary of the Family Planning Association (ff. 38, 47); and Archbishop Temple (ff. 42-3, 45, 48, 54).

List of the extra-diocesan commitments of BISHOPS  W.Temple 5, ff. 60-7  Feb 1943

Contents:
Includes a letter from Douglas Henry Crick, Bishop of Chester (f. 60).

BISHOPS  W.Temple 5, ff. 68-92  11 Dec 1943-19 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to an informal meeting of bishops at Haileybury, Hertfordshire, from 4-6 January 1944, regarding the role of the episcopate and its relationship to the parochial clergy, and on the provision of information for new bishops, particularly a handbook of recent acts of Convocation and a 'Grey Book' of matters settled by Bishops' Meetings. Includes a list of those bishops who accepted invitations to attend (ff. 71-2), and letters from: George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 68, 75, 91); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 68, 76, 88, 90); Archbishop Temple (ff. 69, 81-2, 86); and Edgar William James Hellins, editor of the Canterbury Chronicle of Convocation (ff. 83-5). Also includes a memorandum by Bell on the conference (ff. 77-80).

Pensions for BISHOPS  W.Temple 5, ff. 93-100  31 Mar-24 July 1944

Contents:
Proposals concerning episcopal pensions, comprising: letters from James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (ff. 93-5, 97), with a draft of 'Bishops' Pensions Measure 194' (ff. 94-5); letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 96, 98-9), including a resolution carried at the Bishops' Meeting on 6th July 1944 (f. 99); and a letter from George Welsh Currie, member of the House of Laity (f. 100).

BLACKPOOL MISSION  W.Temple 5, ff. 101-4  1922

Contents:
Printed programme of the Bishop of Manchester's Mission.

BLACKPOOL MISSION  W.Temple 5, f. 105  9 Aug 1923

Contents:
Letter from Phipps John Hornby, Archdeacon of Lancaster, to Mrs. Temple on the Mission and Bishop Temple's lectures.

BLOOD SPORTS  W.Temple 5, ff. 106-20  29 Sep 1942-24 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the criticism of blood sports and cruelty to animals, including letters from the public and replies by Archbishop Temple (ff. 107, 112, 117-18).

Arthur Walter Frank BLUNT, Bishop of Bradford  W.Temple 5, ff. 121-4  24 May-22 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence concerning Blunt's health and the administration of his diocese during his illness, comprising letters from Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 121, 123-4), and Archbishop Temple (f. 122).

BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER  W.Temple 5, ff. 125-58  24 May 1923-23 Nov 1933

Contents:
Papers relating to the 1928 revised version, including letters from: Bishop/Archbishop Temple (ff. 127-8, 134-44, 150-3); (?)William Mitchell-Tomson Selsdon, 1st Baron Selsdon (ff. 129-30); Frank Theodore Woods, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 131-3); Mervyn George Haigh, Private Secretary to Archbishops Davidson and Lang (ff. 146-7); Herbert Hensley Henson, Bishop of Durham (ff. 148-9); and Edgar William James Hellins, editor of the Canterbury Chronicle of Convocation (f. 154). Also includes a list of 'disorder in parishes' by diocese (ff. 157-8).

BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER  W.Temple 5, ff. 159-268  1 June 1942-3 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to proposed adaptions and revisions, including letters from: Norman Powell Williams (ff. 159-67); the Central Evangelical Council (f. 168); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 169-70, 173-5); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 171-2); Archbishop Temple (passim); Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd., publishers (ff. 179, 182, 247, 253); Anthony Charles Deane, Canon of Windsor (passim), including his 'Notes on the Printing of the Prayer Book' (ff. 223-45); Oxford University Press (ff. 188, 208-10, 215, 221, 258-9); Cambridge University Press (ff. 190-1); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 214, 218); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (f. 220); Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (ff. 260, 264); the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (f. 265); and George Loyd Courthope, Chairman of the Prayer Book Copyright Committee (f. 267).

BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER  W.Temple 5, ff. 269-99  14 Oct 1943-7 Jan 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on problems in the supply of the Book of Common Prayer, the Bible, and hymn books. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (ff. 270, 272, 291); Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd., publishers (ff. 274, 284, 286, 288); Sir Sydney Nicholson, Chairman of the Proprietors of Hymns Ancient and Modern (f. 275); William Launcelot Scott Fleming, Senior Chaplain on H.M.S. Ganges (ff. 277-8); Howard West Kilvinton Mowll, Archbishop of Sydney (f. 280); Oxford University Press (ff. 283, 285); Cambridge University Press (ff. 290, 293); Sir Andrew Rae Ducan, Minister of Supply (f. 297); Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service (f. 298); and Edward Hugh John Neale Dalton, President of the Board of Trade (f. 299).

Bernard BOSANQUET, philosopher  W.Temple 5, ff. 300-1  11 Sep 1913

Contents:
Letter explaining certain philosophical problems concerning time.

Phyllis BOTTOME alias FORBES-DENNIS, writer  W.Temple 5, ff. 302-26  22 Oct 1942-18 Oct 1944

Contents:
Views on the role of psychology in the Church of England and in post-war Germany, including 'Mental Disarmament of the Enemy: Specific Tasks of a Political Peacefare Organisation' by L.M. Taylor and L. Zilahi (ff. 318-25). Correspondents include: Captain A.E. Forbes Dennis, husband of Bottome (ff. 302-3, 305); Archbishop Temple (ff. 304, 306, 310, 314); Sir Wyndham Henry Deedes (ff. 307-8); and Bottome (ff. 309, 311-13, 315-17, 326).

BRAZIL  W.Temple 5, ff. 327-8  9 Aug 1942-29 Jan 1943

Contents:
Letter from Salomão Barbosa Ferraz, bishop-elect of the Free Catholic Church of Brazil, requesting recognition of his Church and Anglican participation at his consecration (with Archbishop Temple's reply).

A. Maude BRETT, Deaconess  W.Temple 5, ff. 329-38  28 May-10 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the suggested use of church training colleges as hostels, including letters from: Brett (ff. 329-31, 336); Archbishop Temple (ff. 332-3, 335, 337-8); and George Eyles Irwin Cockin, of the Board of Supervision for Church Training Colleges (f. 334).

Yngve Torgny BRILIOTH, Bishop of Växjö, Sweden  W.Temple 5, ff. 339-44  22 July-16 Nov 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on his visit to Great Britain to discuss the ecumenical movement in Europe, including letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 339-41, 344); Brilioth (f. 342); and Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 343).

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY  W.Temple 5, ff. 345-51  18-26 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on a change of regulations concerning publication of the Apocrypha, including letters from: Sir Graeme Tyrrell (ff. 345, 348, 351); John Jamieson Willis, Assistant Bishop of Leicester (f. 346); Herbert Hensley Henson, formerly Bishop of Durham (ff. 347, 349); and Archbishop Temple (f. 350).

B.B.C.  W.Temple 5, ff. 352-68  Oct-Dec 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to Christmas broadcasts by Archbishop Temple to Canada, the peoples of Europe and others, including letters from James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the BBC (ff. 352, 354) and Hector Rooney Pelletier, Head of North American Service at the BBC (ff. 356-7). Also includes handwritten texts of Archbishop Temple's 'Address for Canadian Broadcast - Dec 20' (ff. 358-65) and 'To the oppressed peoples of Europe' (ff. 366-8).

Note: Norse settlements by 1000 AD; English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese claimed territory from the 16th century; under British control from 1759; official languages are English and French. Before 1867 British North America; after 1867, Dominion of Canada.


B.B.C.  W.Temple 5, ff. 369-74  20 Dec 1942-1 Feb 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on Christian representation on the panel of the 'Brains Trust', including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 370-1, 373); Sir Cecil George Graves, Joint Director-General of the BBC (f. 372); and Robert William Foot, Joint Director-General of the BBC (f. 374).

B.B.C.  W.Temple 5, ff. 375-9  16-29 Mar 1944

Contents:
Papers criticising the broadcasting of services during church hours, including letters from: James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the BBC (f. 375); Eric Stephen Loveday, Vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields (ff. 376, 379); and Archbishop Temple (ff. 377-8).

British Council of Churches, Jan. 1938 - Apr. 1944.  W.Temple 6  18 Jan 1938-26 Apr 1944

350 ff.

BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES  W.Temple 6, ff. 1-97  18 Jan 1938-July 1941

Contents:
Papers relating to the formation, finances and policy of the Council on the Christian Faith and the Common Life. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (ff. 1-2, 7-10); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 3-6); Eric Fenn (ff. 11-17, 35-6); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham (ff. 24-27, 32-3, 58-9, 78-83); John Middleton Murry (ff. 28-31); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 37-8); Oliver Stratford Tomkins (f. 41), enclosing a copy of the policy of the Commission (ff. 42-7); James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, 4th Marquess of Salisbury (ff. 49-50); Sir Francis Edward Fremantle (f. 51); Sir Robert Williams (f. 53); and Sir Maurice Henry Weston Hayward (f. 54). Also includes a copy of: 'The Christian Faith and the Common Life: A Proposal Submitted to the Churches in Great Britain' (ff. 20-3).

BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES  W.Temple 6, ff. 98-147  14 June 1939-1942

Contents:
Papers relating to policies of the Commission of the Churches for International Friendship and Social Responsibility. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (ff. 98-9, 101-2, 115, 125, 131), including his 'Message to Christian leaders overseas' (f. 115); Ralph Ellis Burlingham, Joint Secretary of the Commission (ff. 103-5); Archibald Campbell Craig, Joint Secretary of the Commission (ff. 109-11, 114, 123-4, 128-30, 147); Christopher Gilbert Eastwood, Private Secretary of the Colonial Office (ff. 112-13); T.G. Dunning, Director of Education for the Baptist Union (ff. 120-1); the Conference of Lutheran Pastors of German-Speaking Congregations (f. 126); and Richard Lawrence Pelly, Canon of Newcastle (f. 127). Also includes a programme of the Hemel Hempstead 'Religion and Life Week' (ff. 133-4), The Church in the World number 8 (July 1942), the Bulletin of the Commission (ff. 138-45), and proposals for a conference of chaplains to munitions hostels (ff. 128-30).

BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES  W.Temple 6, ff. 148-350  27 Oct 1941-26 Apr 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the formation and development of the Council and its policies, including material on: the exclusion of Unitarians; inter-denominational work; Christian education; American 'coloured troops' in the United Kingdom and differences in the attitude of white Americans and Britons to them (ff. 228-31); sex education and moral welfare; the Beveridge report; and post-war relief and reconstruction. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim), including a letter and draft resolution to India (f. 253); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (ff. 150, 228-9); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 151, 166, 176-7, 237, 245-6); Malcolm Spencer, Secretary of the Congregational Union of England and Wales (ff. 153-5); Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (passim); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (f. 159); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 163, 171); Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 178-80); Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (f. 218); W.H. Hardman, of the Ministry of Labour and National Service (f. 219); Henry McGowan, Archdeacon of Aston (f. 250); Leonard Hodgson, Theological Secretary to the Commission on Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches (ff. 279, 285, 287-9, 291); John de Vere Loder, 2nd Baron Wakehurst and Governor of New South Wales (ff. 305-7); and Rosamond Chevallier Fisher, wife of Bishop Fisher (ff. 311-13). Also includes minutes and reports of the Council and its sub-committees, papers on chaplaincies among munitions workers (ff. 200-3, 248-51, 260-1), and an account of the Council's income and expenditure for the year ending 31 Dec 1943 (f. 343).

British Council of Churches, May - Oct. 1944.  W.Temple 7  26 Feb 1943-Oct 1944

386 ff.

BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES  W.Temple 7, ff. 1-169  25 June 1943-Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the formation and development of the Council and its policies, including material on: Christian influence on the peace settlement; political affairs in India; the formation of a Canadian Council of Churches (ff. 27-8); family life; Christian youth work; inter-denominational relations, including a list of 'Foreign Churches in Britain' (ff. 66v-68) and papers on the Sword of the Spirit movement of the Roman Catholic Church (ff. 81-3, 103-7, 110-11, 113-19); post-war reconstruction and social justice; electoral procedure of the Council; a deputation to the Churches of France following the liberation of Paris (ff. 84-5, 89-94, 96); and a deputation to the Prime Minister. Includes minutes and reports of the Council, and correspondence from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Norman Goodall, Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society (ff. 6-7); Leopold Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (f. 8); the Conference of Missionary Societies in Great Britain and Ireland (f. 11); Leonard Hodgson, Theological Secretary to the Commission on Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches (ff. 12, 15); Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (ff. 27, 72-3, 103, 121, 146); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (f. 79); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (ff. 84-5, 90, 92, 95); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 96); the Society of Friends (ff. 97-8); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 105-6); Sword of the Spirit (ff. 108, 155-6); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 104, 113-15, 117-19, 141, 148-54); Samuel H. Hughes, Secretary of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 122); and Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (f. 142).

BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES  W.Temple 7, ff. 170-386  26 Feb 1943-Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the Committee for Christian Reconstruction in Europe, including material on the formation of the Committee, its finances, and a deputation to the Foreign Secretary (ff. 254, 256, 259-61, 329-30). Correspondents include: William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 170, 172-3, 176, 181, 183); Archbishop Temple (passim); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (f. 174); Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (f. 179); Herbert Montague Waddams, of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 182, 202-3, 205, 231), including his memorandum on 'The Churches and Post-War Europe' (ff. 232-41); Arthur Stuart Duncan-Jones, Dean of Chichester (f. 185); Willem Adolf Visser 't Hooft, General Secretary of World Council of Churches (ff. 187-8, 328, 350-2), including several memoranda on Christian reconstruction (ff. 189-91, 314-20, 368); Melbourn Evans Aubrey, General Secretary of the Baptist Union (passim); Henry Smith Leiper, Secretary in America of the World Council of Churches (ff. 194-5, 281-5); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (ff. 196, 339-41); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham (ff. 198, 201); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 221-2, 225); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (ff. 227, 348); Alfred Ernest Garvie, Principal Emeritus of Hackney and New College (ff. 242-4); William Derrick Lindsay Greer, General Secretary of the Student Christian Movement (ff. 248, 253, 263); Ronald Ralph Williams, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 255, 258); Ronald Edward Taylor Allen, General Secretary of the Committee for Christian Reconstruction in Europe (ff. 265-7, 277-80, 289-90, 336-7, 353-7, 360-3, 374); Guy Molesworth Kindersley (ff. 268, 271); Frank Garfield Hodder Williams, Dean of Manchester (ff. 272-3); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 322-3); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 379); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 381). Also includes a document on 'The Situation of the Protestant Church in Germany', providing a history of the conflict between the Protestant Church and National Socialism (ff. 209-15), and a published leaflet entitled 'Christian Reconstruction in Europe' (ff. 383-6).

British Guiana - Diocese of Canterbury  W.Temple 8  8 June 1942-18 Jan 1945

418 ff.

BRITISH GUIANA  W.Temple 8, ff. 1-3  10 May-7 July 1944

Contents:
Letter from Sir John Verity, Chief Justice of British Guiana, enclosing the first annual report of the United Christian Front Committee (with a copy of Archbishop Temple's reply).

Note: British occupied 1831-1966; now independent nation of Guyana


BRITISH HONDURAS  W.Temple 8, ff. 4-6  9 Oct 1944-18 Jan 1945

Contents:
Report on conditions in the diocese by William James Hughes, Bishop of British Honduras (f. 4). Also includes a letter from Basil Coleby Roberts, Warden of St. Augustine's College, Canterbury (f. 5), and a reply to Hughes by Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (f. 6).

Note: Later Belize.


BROMLEY COLLEGE, Kent  W.Temple 8, ff. 7-72  6 Feb 1943-20 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the College, including: correspondence on the nomination of Frederick Hugh Petheram for the post of chaplain and his subsequent withdrawal (ff. 9, 11-12, 19, 21-3, 24, 34-40, 48); reports of the local trustees of Bromley College and Sheppard's College for the years 1943 (ff. 15-16) and 1944 (ff. 62-5); papers on the expulsion of a resident for moral failings (ff. 18, 27-8); minutes of Bromley College annual meetings held on 30 June 1943 (ff. 26-30) and 19 July 1944 (ff. 57-61); correspondence on the appointment of the Rev. William Charles Bertrand Purser as chaplain (ff. 41-5); proposals by Magdalen College, Oxford, to sever its ties with Bromley and withdraw its contribution to the chaplain's stipend (ff. 47, 51-2); an account of receipts and payments for Sheppard's College for the year ending 31 Dec 1943 (f. 69); copies of the rules for inmates of Bromley College (ff. 31, 66-7); and guidance for applicants regarding admission to the College (f. 68). Correspondents include: Herbert James Raymer, chaplain of Bromley College (ff. 7, 9, 18, 24); Archbishop Temple (passim); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (f. 11); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (f. 12); Frederick Hugh Petheram (ff. 19, 23, 38-9); Henry Thomas Tizard, President of Magdalen College, Oxford (ff. 22, 35-6, 47, 52); Walter Marshall Browne, Archdeacon of Rochester (f. 41); and William Charles Bertrand Purser (ff. 43, 45, 55-6, 71).

Gerald Webb BROOMFIELD, General Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa  W.Temple 8, f. 73  6 June 1944

Contents:
Copy of a letter from Archbishop Temple to Broomfield regarding the latter's pamphlet 'Constitutional Episcopacy'.

Printed memorial appeal for George Francis Graham BROWN, Bishop in Jerusalem, 1932-42  W.Temple 8, ff. 74-5  [1943]

Contents:
Includes a statement on Brown by Archbishop Temple, and a brief biography.

Frank Nathan Daniel BUCHMAN, founder of the Oxford Group Movement  W.Temple 8, ff. 76-7  25 Feb-1 Mar 1943

Contents:
Letter from Rear Admiral E.O. Cochrane regarding Archbishop Temple's message of sympathy for Buchman's illness, with a copy of the Archbishop's reply.

Suffragan Bishop of BUCKINGHAM  W.Temple 8, ff. 78-94  17 Apr-30 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the resignation of Philip Herbert Eliot as Suffragan Bishop of Buckingham, on the candidature of Robert Milton Hay and Anthony Lewis Elliott Williams, and on the appointment of Hay. Correspondents include: Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 78, 83-4, 88-90); Archbishop Temple (ff. 79-80, 82, 83v, 85-6, 88v); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 81, 87, 93); and Hay (f. 94).

BURIAL  W.Temple 8, ff. 95-100  28 Jan-21 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the interment of remains after explosions, comprising letters from: Percy Hartill, Archdeacon of Stoke-on-Trent (f. 95); Archbishop Temple (ff. 96-7, 100); and John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (ff. 98-9).

Post-war education in BURMA  W.Temple 8, ff. 101-83  12 Oct 1943-4 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the withdrawal of funding for Christian education in a future self-governing Burma, including correspondence from: C.H. Campagnac (ff. 101, 175), including a copy of a memorandum from Anglo-Burman refugees to Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (ff. 102-13), copies of resolutions passed at a general meeting of Anglo-Burmans in Bangalore in July and August 1944 (ff. 176-9), and his report on the Anglo-Burman conference held at Simla in January 1944 (ff. 180-1); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (f. 114); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 119-20, 165, 172, 182); Sir Reginald Hugh Dorman-Smith, Governor of Burma (ff. 127, 130, 139, 148-50), including his proposals on the reconstruction of the education system in Burma (ff. 131-6); and George Algernon West, Bishop of Rangoon (ff. 156-62, 168-71, 174).

Note: Later known as Myanmar, from 1989


Harold Jocelyn BUXTON, Bishop of Gibraltar  W.Temple 8, ff. 184-92  4 Feb 1943-7 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on his proposed resignation, the appointment of a successor, and problems in the diocese related to war conditions. Comprises letters from Buxton (ff. 184, 186-7, 189-91) and Archbishop Temple (ff. 185, 188, 192).

Memorandum on appointments to CANONRIES  W.Temple 8, f. 193  Oct 1943

Contents:
Contains three resolutions passed by a Meeting of Deans at Sion College on 12 Oct 1943. Issued to 'every diocesan bishop' by Richard Henry Malden, Dean of Wells.

CANON LAW  W.Temple 8, ff. 194-8  18 Jan-8 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to a petition from the Rev. Charles Edward Douglas concerning Canon 33 (titles for ordinands). Comprises letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 194-7) and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 198).

CANTERBURY Cathedral  W.Temple 8, ff. 199-281  5 Feb-30 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the financial relations between the King's School, Canterbury, and the Cathedral, and on the proposed resignation as Canon Residentiary of Frederick Joseph John Shirley, Headmaster of the School. Includes material on the Cathedral Chapter finances (ff. 207-10) and letters from: Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury (ff. 199-203); William Spens, Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (ff. 204, 221); Alexander Sargent, Archdeacon of Canterbury (ff. 205-6, 270-2); Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Arthur Fairfax Luxmoore, Lord Justice of Appeal (ff. 214, 222, 226, 240-1, 248-50, 256, 263-5); Philip Aislabie Landon, Bursar of Trinity College, Oxford (ff. 219, 225); and Shirley (ff. 245-6, 257-60, 267, 275-7, 279-80).

CANTERBURY Cathedral  W.Temple 8, ff. 282-9  18 Feb 1943-31 Jan 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the proposed suspension of the canonry of Frederick Joseph John Shirley, Headmaster of the King's School, Canterbury, and the actual suspension of the canonry rendered vacant by the resignation of John Macleod Campbell Crum. Includes letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 282, 285, 287); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 283, 286, 288-9); and Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury (f. 284).

CANTERBURY Cathedral  W.Temple 8, ff. 290-8  4, 10 Aug 1944

Contents:
Letter from Kenneth Julian Faithfull Bickersteth, Archdeacon of Maidstone (f. 290), enclosing a memorandum on the development of the Cathedral and its precincts following the war (ff. 291-7), with a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 298).

City of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 299-308  June-July 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to a joint letter to 'The Times' on the post-war reconstruction of the City, including letters from the signatories: Archbishop Temple (ff. 306-7); Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury (f. 302); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 304); and C. Lefevre, Mayor of Canterbury (f. 303). Includes drafts of the letter (ff. 300-1, 305) and a cutting of the letter as published (f. 308).

City of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 309-13  8-9 July 1942

Contents:
Proposals by Frederick Joseph John Shirley, Headmaster of the King's School, Canterbury, to found a university in the City (ff. 309-12), with a reply by Archbishop Temple (f. 313).

City of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 314-17  22 July-5 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence from the Rev. Edwin Arthur Miller on the formation of a council of Christian congregations in Canterbury, including a copy of the constitution adopted by the council on 20 July 1944 (f. 315).

City of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 318-25  6 May-3 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the formation of an excavation committee to undertake archaeological research in areas of the City damaged by bombing, and on the appointment of Archbishop Temple as President. Correspondents include: Robert Ullock Potts, Hon. Canon of Canterbury and Rural Dean of East Bridge (ff. 318-22).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 326-9  1942

Contents:
'The Church and Social and Economic Evils', a report of a diocesan committee on social problems.

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 330-43  8 June 1942-9 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on a donation by Robert G. Tarran towards the stipends of the suffragan bishops in the diocese, including letters and papers from: Tarran (ff. 330, 332); Archbishop Temple (ff. 333-8, 341, 343); and Harold William Bradfield, Secretary of the Canterbury Diocesan Board of Finance (ff. 339-40, 342). Also includes correspondence on the attendance of choirboys from Hull at the enthronement service in York (ff. 331-2).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 344-74  14 Aug 1942-May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on appointments to the Diocesan Committee for Youth, including letters from: Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (ff. 344-5, 348); Archbishop Temple (passim); Aubrey Owen Standen, Rural Dean of Sutton and Chairman of the Committee (ff. 350, 352, 364); Kenneth Julian Faithfull Bickersteth, Archdeacon of Maidstone (f. 354); Cecil George Stapley, Sub-Warden of St. Augustine's College, Canterbury (ff. 356, 360, 362, 367, 371-2); Harold William Bradfield, Secretary of the Canterbury Diocesan Board of Finance (ff. 358-9); and Charles Russell Scott, Headmaster of Cranbrook School (ff. 363, 366). Also includes a draft memorandum on the aims and organisation of the Committee (ff. 368-9) and a published version of the same (ff. 373-4).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 8, ff. 375-418  5 Sep 1942-23 Mar 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the promotion of religious education in the diocese, revisions to the syllabus, the appointment of school inspectors, and the election of a diocesan education committee. Correspondents include: Charles Henry Bailey, Rector of Broadstairs, Kent (ff. 375-7); Arthur Clifford Wilson, Director of Religious Education in the Diocese of Canterbury (ff. 378, 381, 383, 386, 389, 415); Archbishop Temple (passim), including his pastoral letter for Education Sunday, 25 October 1942 (f. 380); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the Education Committee of the National Society (f. 390); and Claude Spencer Thomas Watkins, Hon. Secretary of the Canterbury Diocesan Conference (ff. 393-4, 414). Also includes a copy of the proceedings of the 1943 diocesan conference (ff. 395-412).

Diocese of Canterbury - Central Advisory Council of Training for the Ministry.  W.Temple 9  10 July 1942-23 Oct 1944

409 ff.

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 1-11  May 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the diocesan synod on the theme 'The Social Witness of the Church' to be held on 31 May 1943, including a study document issued to the Canterbury rural deans for preliminary discussion (f. 2). Includes the response of the Rural Deanery of Sandwich (ff. 4-7) and letters and notes by Archbishop Temple (ff. 1, 3, 8, 9v, 10v, 11v).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 12-35  3 Dec 1943-13 Jan 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the reorganisation of rural deaneries in the diocese, including a memorandum by Robert Ullock Potts, Rural Dean of East Bridge, on reorganisation proposals for his deanery (ff. 15-25). Correspondents include: Alexander Sargent, Archdeacon of Canterbury (ff. 12-14, 26, 29); Potts (ff. 28, 31-33); and Archbishop Temple (ff. 27, 30, 34-5).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 36-41  6-30 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Robert Ullock Potts, Rural Dean of East Bridge, and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple, on the latter's appointment to the diocesan Advisory Committee on Faculties. Includes a formal request for the same by Archbishop Temple (f. 41).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 42-57  29 Aug-28 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on appointments to the diocesan Board of Women's Work, including letters from Claude Spencer Thomas Watkins, Hon. Secretary of the Canterbury Diocesan Conference (ff. 42-3, 45, 54), and a memorandum on the aims and constitution of the Board (ff. 56-7).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 58-83  10 June-15 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to arrangements for a conference on 'The Purpose of God in Society' held at the Old Palace, Canterbury, on 16-17 September 1944. Correspondents include: Harold Walter Budgen, Hon. Secretary of the Archbishop's Committee for Christian Citizenship (ff. 58-9, 61, 72); Archbishop Temple (ff. 60, 62, 64, 66, 68-9, 71); Henry Urmston Willink, Minister of Health (f. 67); Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (ff. 70, 78); and Anson Lester Boddington, Mayor of Croydon (f. 79). Also includes a programme of the conference (f. 81) and lists of those attending (ff. 82-3).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 84-106  12 July-18 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to arrangements for a diocesan synod on 18 September 1944, on the theme of preparation for the transition from war to peace. Correspondents include: Alexander Sargent, Archdeacon of Canterbury (f. 86); Archbishop Temple (ff. 87, 91, 94-5); Thomas Grigg-Smith, Churches' Committee Representative, South-Eastern Command (f. 92); and Charles Henry Lambert, Warden of Whalley Abbey (f. 93). Also includes draft versions of letters by Archbishop Temple to his diocesan clergy (ff. 98, 102), his pastoral letter for 15 October (ff. 99-101), a synopsis of his speech delivered at the synod (ff. 103-5), and two poems by A[rthur] H[ugh] Clough (f. 106).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 107-14  8 June-20 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on lapse of patronage in the diocese, and whether the archbishop has secondary presentment rights as metropolitan in addition to his rights as diocesan bishop. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (f. 107-9, 113); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 110-12); and John Allsebrook Simon, Lord Chancellor (f. 114).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 115-42  12 Jan-18 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on vacancies caused by the appointment of Sir Harry Bevir Vaisey to the High Court of Justice, and the offer of the post of commissary general of Canterbury to Alfred Thompson Denning, to Walter Somerville Wigglesworth, and the subsequent appointment of James Neville Gray. Correspondents include: Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 115); Robert Chancellor Nesbitt (f. 119); Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (f. 122); Sir Arthur Fairfax Luxmoore, Lord Justice of Appeal (ff. 124-5); Denning (ff. 127, 131); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 128, 138-9); Walter Somerville Wigglesworth, (ff. 133-5); and Gray (f. 140). Also includes correspondence on other potential candidates for the post.

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 143-90  25 Feb-23 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the Diocesan Board of Finance, including material on policies, procedures, appointments to the Board, secretarial staffing, the resignation of Harold William Bradfield as Secretary, and the recommendation of Jesse Alec Maynard Clayson for the post. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (ff. 145, 189); Bradfield (passim); and Malcolm Stewart McCorquodale, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Labour and National Service (ff. 166-7, 170, 185). Also includes a draft budget for 1945 (f. 179).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 191-4  18, 23 Oct 1944

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple on the diocesan conference, and a report by Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (ff. 192-4).

Diocese of CANTERBURY  W.Temple 9, ff. 195-208  1 Feb-10 Mar 1944


Related information: Fisher 20, ff. 111-28; 113, ff. 225-31

Contents:
Reports of a conference of Service chaplains on evangelism and post-war work held at the Old Palace, Canterbury, on 31 January 1944. Includes letters from Edwin David Bowser, Rural Dean of Sandwich (f. 207), and Edwin Arthur Miller, Rural Dean of Canterbury (f. 208).

Dennis CAPRON  W.Temple 9, ff. 209-21  5 Feb-5 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to his involvement as a witness in the investigation of Major-General Sir Percy Robert Laurie, Provost-Marshall. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (ff. 209-11, 215-17, 220); Capron (ff. 213-14); Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (f. 219); and Frederick James Marquis, Baron Woolton and Minister of Food (f. 221).

Dennis CAPRON  W.Temple 9, ff. 222-30  4-16 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Capron and Archbishop Temple on the comparison of pay in the British and U.S. Armed Services, and the wages of soldiers relative to industrial workers.

Walter Julius CAREY, Bishop of Bloemfontein, 1921-34  W.Temple 9, ff. 231-5  30 Mar-25 May 1944


Related information: Fisher 115, ff. 173-80

Contents:
Correspondence relating to concern for his health and financial well-being, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (f. 232); Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (f. 233); and Carey (ff. 234-5).

CATECHISM  W.Temple 9, ff. 236-53  10 July-22 Dec 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on new catechisms for children, and the merits of those produced for use in the dioceses of St. David's and Chelmsford. Includes copies of the St. David's (ff. 237-8) and Chelmsford (ff. 247-50) catechisms, and letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 236, 245, 251, 253); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (ff. 243-4, 246); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 252). Archbishop Temple's letter comprising f. 251 also discusses prayers for animals.

CENTRAL ADVISORY COUNCIL OF TRAINING FOR THE MINISTRY  W.Temple 9, ff. 254-409  20 Nov 1942-30 Sep 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the reorganisation of the Council, the proposed appointment of Eric Symes Abbott as a new Deputy Chaplain-General, and the appointment of Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Jarrow, as chairman of the Council and Suffragan Bishop of Maidstone with special responsibility for the spiritual work of Service chaplains. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 256, 277, 304, 324, 330, 385, 389, 404); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (ff. 258-9, 298, 302, 357); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 262, 284, 293, 323); John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (ff. 263-5, 352); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (f. 266); Noel Baring Hudson, Bishop of Newcastle (ff. 269-70); Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (ff. 272, 278-81, 288-90, 296-7, 305, 331, 342-3, 399-400); John Oldcastle Cobham, Principal of The Queen's College, Birmingham (f. 273); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (f. 309); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 310, 322, 325); Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (ff. 311, 317-18, 356, 380-1, 392, 407-8); Richard Downey, Archbishop of Liverpool (f. 312); James Dey, Catholic Ordinary to H.M. Forces (f. 321); William J. Sym, Convener of the Church of Scotland Committee on Chaplains to H.M. Forces (ff. 333, 336-7); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 335, 354); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (f. 347); Cyril Eastaugh (f. 348); Leslie Gravatt Fisher (f. 349); Robert Birley, Headmaster of the Charterhouse (f. 350); Harry William Blackburne, Dean of Bristol (f. 351); Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Jarrow (ff. 353, 384); James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (f. 355); Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell (f. 358); Stephen Frederick Burstal Bedale, Director-General of the Society of the Sacred Mission (f. 359); William Derrick Lindsay Greer, General Secretary of the Student Christian Movement (f. 360); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 361); Albert Edward Baker, Canon of York (f. 363); Sir Alan Francis Brooke, Chief of the Imperial General Staff (f. 365); Walter Robert Matthews, Dean of St. Paul's (f. 366); Sir Frederick Carl Bovenschen, Joint Permanent Under-Secretary of State for War (f. 367); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (f. 371); James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, 4th Marquess of Salisbury (ff. 372, 379); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 378, 397); Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (ff. 388, 393); and Sir Henry Vaughan Markham, Permanent Secretary of the Admiralty (f. 401).

Central Advisory Council of Training for the Ministry - China.  W.Temple 10  22 Apr 1942-Oct 1944

418 ff.

CENTRAL ADVISORY COUNCIL OF TRAINING FOR THE MINISTRY  W.Temple 10, ff. 1-193  2 Oct 1943-Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the reorganisation of the Council and the appointment of Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Jarrow, as chairman and Suffragan Bishop of Maidstone with special responsibility for the spiritual work of Service chaplains. Includes papers on the financing of Owen's stipend, newspaper cuttings regarding his appointment from The Evening Standard, 15 December 1943 (f. 134), and The Evening News, 17 December 1943 (f. 142), correspondence on government grants for Service candidates, and the report of the Council conference held 11-15 September 1944 (ff. 192-3). Correspondents include: Owen (passim); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 1, 52, 73); Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (ff. 2, 15); Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (f. 3); Archbishop Temple (passim); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 11, 87-9, 119); Sir Henry Vaughan Markham, Permanent Secretary of the Admiralty (f. 14); Maurice Henry Edwards, Chaplain-in-Chief to the Royal Air Force (ff. 22, 116); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 23); Sir Edward Robert Peacock (ff. 26, 30); Sir Thomas Roydon (f. 29); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 31-2, 40); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (f. 49); Edward Mauger Iliffe, 1st Baron Iliffe (f. 50); Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (f. 51); Sir Frederick Joseph West (f. 55); Sir William Macnamara Goodenough (ff. 58, 91); James Gomer Berry, 1st Baron Kemsley (f. 59); William Richard Morris, 1st Viscount Nuffield (ff. 66, 83); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 82); John Kenneth Wilson, Chaplain of the Fleet (f. 85); Waldorf Astor, 2nd Viscount Astor (f. 86); Harry Duncan McGowan, 1st Baron McGowan (f. 92); Joseph Arthur Rank (f. 95); Ian St. John Lawson Johnston, 2nd Baron Luke (f. 103); Sir Frederick Carl Bovenschen, Joint Permanent Under-Secretary of State for War (ff. 107, 129); Robert M'Gowan Barrington-Ward, Editor of The Times (f. 123); Alfred Charles Bossom, M.P. for Maidstone (f. 165); and David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Dean of Norwich (f. 175).

CENTRAL COUNCIL FOR WOMEN'S CHURCH WORK  W.Temple 10, ff. 194-201  24 Sep-5 Nov 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford, and Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark, to the Council. Includes letters from Richard Godfrey Parson, Bishop of Hereford (f. 195), and Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (f. 198).

CHAPLAINS  W.Temple 10, ff. 202-6  25, 28 Nov 1938

Contents:
Letter from Ernest Hayford Thorold, Chaplain-General to the Forces, on the advantages of chaplains holding rank and commissions in the Armed Forces (ff. 202-5). Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 206).

Melville S. CHANING-PEARCE, author as 'Nicodemus' of 'The Midnight Hour'  W.Temple 10, ff. 207-91  22 Apr 1942-17 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the controversy over the refusal of his ordination by Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury. Correspondents include: Lovett (passim); Edward Keble Talbot, Chaplain to H.M. the King (ff. 208-9, 226-7); Chaning-Pearce (ff. 217, 232, 238, 249-51, 268, 278); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham, Editor of The Christian Newsletter (ff. 218-19, 229); Archbishop Temple (passim); Spencer Cecil Carpenter, Dean of Exeter (f. 225); Joseph McCulloch (ff. 258, 269, 279); and Neville Vincent Gorton, Bishop of Coventry (ff. 271, 283-4, 287-9, 291).

Christopher Maude CHAVASSE, Bishop of Rochester  W.Temple 10, ff. 292-3  19 Aug, 1 Sep 1942

Contents:
Letter from George Leonard Prestige, Editor of The Church Times, regarding criticism of Chavasee's views on reservation and other Anglo-Catholic practices. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Diocese of CHICHESTER  W.Temple 10, ff. 294-6  18 Nov-15 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the proposed appointment of the Rev. Charles Bernard Mortlock for evangelistic work in the diocese.

CHINA  W.Temple 10, ff. 297-337  July 1942-14 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to prayers and church services for China, including proposals for a national day of prayer on 10 October 1943, and correspondence on the influence of the Roman Catholic Church in China (ff. 306-11). Includes programmes of services, draft texts of Archbishop Temple's broadcasts and messages to China, and letters from: William Henry Aldis, Home Director of the China Inland Mission (f. 306); Richard Kidston Law, of the Foreign Office (f. 307); Brendan Bracken, Minister of Information (ff. 308, 310-11); Archbishop Temple (passim); Michael Bruce (ff. 313, 315); Stanley H. Dixon, Chairman of the United Aid to China Fund (ff. 316, 324, 328); Central News Agency of China (f. 319); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 321, 323); Noel B. Slater, Secretary of the United Committee for Christian Universites of China (f. 327); Ronald Ralph Williams, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 330); and Arthur Taylor, Secretary for Scotland of the China Inland Mission (f. 335).

Note: Now known as 'People's Republic of China' (Chinese Republic 1912-45; Communist regime from 1945)


CHINA  W.Temple 10, ff. 338-418  26 June 1942-19 Feb 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to proposals for the development of the Anglican Church in China, including Archbishop Temple's memorandum 'The Church in China' (ff. 339-441), and draft revised versions of the same (ff. 398-400, 415-18). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 342, 349-50, 403); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (ff. 343-4); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (passim); Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 351-2, 355); the Church Missionary Society (ff. 353, 358-61); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (ff. 356-7); Ronald Owen Hall, Bishop of Hong Kong and South China (ff. 362, 364, 375, 386, 390-1); Stanley H. Dixon, Chairman of the United Aid to China Fund (f. 366); Noel B. Slater, Secretary of the United Committee for Christian Universites of China (f. 367); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (f. 387); and Michael Bruce (ff. 394, 409-12). Also includes a copy of the Christian Universities of China Bulletin, no. 28, Autumn 1942 (ff. 368-73), and an account of the Japanese invasion and occupation of Hong Kong (ff. 376-85).

China - Church and State  W.Temple 11  12 Jan 1942-3 Nov 1944

439 ff.

CHINA  W.Temple 11, ff. 1-129  11 June 1943-20 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to proposals for the development of the Anglican Church in China and Bishop Andrew Yu Yue Y'Tsu's visit to England, including memoranda and minutes of meetings of the Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui (Holy Catholic Church in China) (ff. 21-28); a copy of the Christian Universities of China Bulletin, no. 30, Autumn 1943 (ff. 10-14); an appeal for the Yun-Kwei Church Building Fund Campaign (ff. 76-9); and 'Notes of a conversation between the Archbishop and Bishop A.Y.Y. Tsu at the Old Palace, Canterbury', 14 September 1944 (ff. 97-107). Correspondents include: Ch'eng Tsi Song, Bishop of Western Szechwan (f. 1); Archbishop Temple (passim); Michael Bruce (ff. 5, 47-52, 59, 87, 94); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (passim); Noel B. Slater, Secretary of the United Committee for Christian Universites of China (ff. 8-9); Andrew Yu Yue Y'Tsu, Assistant Bishop of Hong Kong (ff. 20, 96, 126, 128); Henry Smith Leiper, American Secretary of the World Council of Churches (f. 32); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 56, 60); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 61, 65-9, 72); Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 65-9); Ronald Owen Hall, Bishop of Hong Kong and South China (f. 84); and Douglas Henry Crick, Bishop of Chester (f. 89), including printed accounts of the Chester Diocesan China Church Fund (ff. 90-3).

Note: Now known as 'People's Republic of China' (Chinese Republic 1912-45; Communist regime from 1945)


CHINA  W.Temple 11, ff. 130-85  4 June 1943-3 Nov 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the controversy over the ordination to the priesthood of deaconess Lei Tim Oi by Ronald Owen Hall, Bishop of Hong Kong. Correspondents include: Hall (ff. 130, 132-3); Archbishop Temple (passim); George Leonard Prestige, Editor of The Church Times (ff. 135, 138-9); Michael Bruce (ff. 140, 142-3, 145, 147-9, 159, 172-3); The Council for the Defence of Church Principles (ff. 150, 152); The Church Union (f. 157); The Society for the Equal Ministry of Men and Women in the Church (ff. 168-71); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 174-6, 182-3); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 184-5).

Note: Now known as 'People's Republic of China' (Chinese Republic 1912-45; Communist regime from 1945)


CHISWICK, Middlesex  W.Temple 11, ff. 186-9  31 Dec 1943-7 Jan 1944

Contents:
Letter from Mark Rodolph Carpenter-Garnier, Canon of Salisbury and President of the Association for Promoting Retreats, on the proposed repair of St. Ursula's retreat house in Chiswick. Includes a copy of the Association's report for 1 October 1939 to 30 October 1943 (ff. 187-8), and a reply from Archbishop Temple.

CHRISTIAN NEWS-LETTER  W.Temple 11, ff. 190-274  12 Jan 1942-4 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to its publication and policies, including the formation of 'The Christian Frontier', and on Archbishop Temple's social and economic policies. Includes a typescript copy of The Christian News-Letter, no. 156, 21 October 1942 (ff. 195-6), a copy of no. 198, 29 December 1943 (ff. 226-7), together with a supplement by Archbishop Temple on 'What Christians Stand for in the Secular World' (ff. 228-33), and an editorial from The Christian Century for 15 March 1944 on the supplement (ff. 265-6). Correspondents include: Joseph Houldsworth Oldham, Editor of The Christian Newsletter (passim); Archbishop Temple (ff. 207, 225, 268); Kathleen Mary Amelia Bliss (f. 222); Lionel George Curtis (ff. 245-6); and Henry Smith Leiper, American Secretary of the World Council of Churches (f. 264).

CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  W.Temple 11, ff. 275-6  17, 19 July 1944

Contents:
Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Robert Key on the refusal of Christian burial to Christian Scientists, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

CHURCH AND STATE  W.Temple 11, ff. 277-439  14 Jan 1943-26 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the implementation of recommendations in the 1935 report of the Archbishops' Commission on Church and State. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 279, 297, 356, 395, 405, 420, 424); Cyril Frederick Twitchett, Hon. Secretary of the Financial Commission of the Church Assembly (f. 280); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (passim); Philip Albert Inman, Chairman of the Financial Commission of the Church Assembly (ff. 284, 293-5); Edgar Algernon Robert Cecil, 1st Viscount Cecil (ff. 314, 317); Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (ff. 318, 327-8, 402); Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell (ff. 319-21); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (ff. 322-4, 437-8); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 333, 354, 401, 417-19, 425); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 336, 358, 360, 366, 404); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 347-8); Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, Prime Minister (f. 362); John Ralph Strickland Taylor, Bishop of Sodor and Man (ff. 378, 436); John William Charles Wand, Bishop of Bath and Wells (f. 416); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 426-428a); Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (f. 429); Harold Edward Wynn, Bishop of Ely (f. 430); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (f. 431); William Louis Anderson, Bishop of Portsmouth (f. 432); Henry Herbert Williams, Bishop of Carlisle (f. 433); Joseph Wellington Hunkin, Bishop of Truro (f. 434); and Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (f. 435).

Church Army - Church Assembly.  W.Temple 12  17 Mar 1942-23 Nov 1944

344 ff.

CHURCH ARMY  W.Temple 12, ff. 1-3  Jan-Mar 1943

Contents:
Letter from Hubert Harold Treacher, General Secretary and Head of the Church Army, requesting that bishops consult the Church Army on the ordination of its members. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple and a letter to the bishops.

CHURCH ARMY  W.Temple 12, ff. 4-8  13-30 Apr 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the status of the archbishops and bishops of England and Wales as patrons of the Church Army, following the King and Queen's consent to become official Patrons. Comprises letters from: Sir Frank Minshull Elgood, Chairman of the Executive Board of the Church Army (ff. 4-5, 8); Sir Ulick Alexander, Keeper of the Privy Purse (f. 6); and Archbishop Temple (f. 7).

CHURCH ARMY  W.Temple 12, ff. 9-31  26 Jan 1943-4 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to a memorial appeal for the founder, Wilson Carlile, Prebendary of St. Paul's, in order to establish a training college for men and women evangelists and social workers. Includes a copy of the appeal pamphlet (ff. 22-7), and letters from: Hubert Harold Treacher, General Secretary and Head of the Church Army (ff. 9, 12-15, 19, 30); Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (f. 10); Archbishop Temple (ff. 11, 16, 18, 20); and John Colin Campbell Davidson, 1st Viscount Davidson (ff. 21, 31).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 12, ff. 32-70  Nov 1942-19 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the Diocesan Education Committees Measure, including letters from: Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 36-7, 40, 45, 54-7, 64); Archbishop Temple (ff. 38, 44, 47, 52, 66); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 41-2, 50); Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (f. 46); Henry John Fanshawe Badeley, Clerk of the Parliaments (f. 48); and the National Society (ff. 69-70). Also includes a copy of the measure as approved by the Assembly on 4 March 1943 (ff. 58-61), with 'Comments and Explanations' submitted by the Legislative Committee (ff. 62-3).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 12, ff. 71-142  21 Apr 1942-31 May 1944

Contents:
Letters and papers relating to the Episcopal Endowments and Stipends Measure, including a draft report by the Estates Commission on bishops' incomes and houses (ff. 72-9), with a draft measure to be passed by the Church Assembly (ff. 80-3); a cutting from The Times for 18 November 1942 (f. 88); a copy of the Episcopal Endowments and Stipends Measure (ff. 89-91), with an 'Explanatory Memorandum' (ff. 92-4); and a summary of replies from archbishops and bishops to the Episcopal Houses Committee (ff. 136-42). Includes material on the expenses of the archbishop of Canterbury and the future of the Old Palace, Lambeth Palace (ff. 101-2, 105-6, 109, 111-12), and Fulham Palace (ff. 118-21, 124-7). Correspondents include: James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (ff. 71, 86-7, 95, 123); Archbishop Temple (passim); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 103, 109, 126-7); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 104); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 107); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 113, 116-17, 132);and George Welsh Currie, member of the House of Laity (ff. 118-20, 124-5).

Note: Archbishop's Palace, Canterbury. Rebuilt by W D Caroe (the Ecclesiastical Commissioners' architect) in the years around 1900.


CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 12, ff. 143-89  26 Mar 1942-20 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the general administration and policy of the Assembly, including material on its chairmanship (ff. 143-9) and on elections to the House of Laity (ff. 150-5). Correspondents include: Sir Francis Edward Fremantle (ff. 143-4); Archbishop Temple (passim); Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood (ff. 146-7, 171); James Theodore Inskip, Suffragan Bishop of Barking (f. 148); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (f. 149); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 150, 155, 173, 178, 182-4); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (f. 158); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 160); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 175); and Arthur Stuart Duncan-Jones, Dean of Chichester (ff. 179-80).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 12, ff. 190-237  Oct 1942-9 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the Press and Publications Board of the Church Assembly, the correction of errors and mis-statements as reported by the media, and relations between the Church and the Press generally. Includes a report of a deputation by the Board to Archbishop Temple on 9 October 1942 (ff. 190-3), and letters from: Col. Hugh L. Oldham, Chairman of the Press and Publications Board (passim), including his memorandum on 'Evangelism: Use of Literature, The Press, and Cognate Means' (ff. 222-4); Archbishop Temple (passim); Henry Martin, Editor-in-Chief of the Press Association (ff. 196-8, 236), including a cutting from the Swindon Advertizer on his lecture to the Horsham Rotary Club (f. 199); Robert Stokes, Secretary of the Press and Publications Board (f. 206), including a cutting of his letter to the Daily Mirror from 18 March 1943 (f. 207); Albert Augustus David, Bishop of Liverpool (f. 208); Frederic Athelwold Iremonger, Dean of Lichfield (ff. 210-13); Charles Bernard Mortlock, Chairman of the Press Committee of the Church Assembly (ff. 231-2); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 234).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 12, ff. 238-313  17 Mar 1942-23 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the membership and policies of the Social and Industrial Commission, and on proposed cooperation on social issues with the Anglican Church in the Dominions (ff. 263-6, 271-3, 276-7, 283-5, 290-2, 293-5, 312-13). Includes a copy of the Commission's report, entitled 'The Church and the Planning of Britain' (ff. 296-311), and letters from: Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, Hon. Secretary of the Commission (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim), including a draft of his foreword for the report of the Commission (f. 279); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (f. 241); Sir Clement Anderson Montague Barlow, Chairman of the Commission (passim); John Russell Darbyshire, Archbishop of Cape Town (ff. 283, 290); and Geoffrey Hare Clayton, Bishop of Johannesburg (ff. 284-5), including a copy of the synodal report 'The Church and the Nation' (ff. 286-9).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 12, ff. 314-30  2 Feb 1943-12 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the activities of the Standing Committee, including an additional agenda for 2 February 1943 (f. 314), notices of motions (ff. 315-16), minutes for 4 March 1943 (ff. 317-19) and 16 May 1944 (ff. 321-2), an agenda for 17 October 1944 (f. 323), and papers on elections to the House of Laity (ff. 324-6). Also includes a letter from Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary Church Assembly (ff. 327-8), and a letter from Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple, on the archbishop's illness (f. 329).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 12, ff. 331-44  11 Dec 1943-3 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of the Archbishops' Commission on Evangelism, including letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 331-6, 338, 340) and Charles Bernard Mortlock, Chairman of the Press Committee of the Church Assembly (f. 339). Also includes a copy of the 'Interim Report on the Return of Men and Women from War Service' (ff. 341-4).

Church Assembly - Church of England Pensions Board  W.Temple 13  16 Nov 1935-26 Oct 1944

383 ff.

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 13, ff. 1-111  11 Mar 1943-26 Oct 1944

Contents:
Proposals of the Financial Commission for a post-war appeal for the Church of England. Includes drafts of proposed appeals and letters from: Cyril Frederick Twitchett, Hon. Secretary of the Commission (f. 1); Archbishop Temple (passim); Philip Albert Inman, Chairman of the Commission (passim); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 6, 34, 46, 100, 103); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (passim); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 22, 41-2, 76); [Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London] (f. 37); [Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter] (f. 38); Walter Egerton George Lucian Keppel, 9th Earl of Albemarle (f. 43); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 51-3, 65-6); Lady Caroline Beatrix Bridgeman (ff. 77, 87-8); and Harold William Bradfield, Archdeacon of Croydon (f. 89).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 13, ff. 112-66  3 Jan 1943-27 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the proposed appointment of a general secretary for the Assembly, and the possibility of his holding a canonry at Westminster Abbey. Includes letters from: Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 112, 141-4, 146, 160-3); Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Clement Anderson Montague Barlow (passim); Bishop Paul Fulcrand Delacour de Labilliere, Dean of Westminster (f. 148); Alan Campbell Don, Canon of Westminster (ff. 150-4); and Harold William Bradfield, Archdeacon of Croydon (f. 156-8).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 13, ff. 167-203  23 July 1943-28 July 1944

Contents:
Proposals of the Missionary Council for post-war missionary work, including the founding of a central college for training within the Anglican Communion, the exchange of 'ambassadors' between Anglican provinces, and the publication of a missionary appeal by the archbishops of Canterbury and York (ff. 202-3). Includes letters from Archbishop Temple (passim); letters and papers from John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (ff. 168, 170, 187-9, 192, 198); a memorandum by Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (f. 182); a letter from Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 191); and a letter and paper from Charles Robert Claxton, Home Secretary of the Missionary Council (ff. 193-4).

CHURCH ASSEMBLY  W.Temple 13, ff. 204-13  22 Feb-1 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the rejection of a resolution by W. Poynter Adams on the Incumbents (Discipline) Measure, and on visible reunion with the Evangelical Free Churches. Includes letters from Poynter Adams, Archbishop Temple (ff. 205, 206v, 208, 213), Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (f. 209), and a copy of a letter from Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood (f. 211).

British CHURCHES  W.Temple 13, ff. 214-308  8 June 1936-18 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to joint statements on Christian principles for national policy and peace, including: correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Edith Maud Ellis, Quaker (ff. 214-49, 251, 260-7, 269-272, 277-83, 284-8, 289, 291, 299-300, 302-4, 307-8); a joint statement dated 21 December 1940 on a Christian basis for peace signed by William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury, Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Walter H. Armstrong, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council, and William Temple, Archbishop of York (f. 250); the text of an interview between G.C. [George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester] and David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster, on 'Christian Co-operation' (ff. 255-6); an unpublished joint statement dated March 1942 signed by Archbishop Lang, Archbishop Hinsley, Sidney Malcolm Berry, Acting Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council, James Rae Forgan, and Archbishop Temple (ff. 274-5); and a draft by Archbishop Temple of a proposed joint statement for Holy Week 1943 (ff. 285-6). Other correspondents include: Melbourn Evans Aubrey, General Secretary of the Baptist Union (f. 253); Bishop Mathew (ff. 254, 257-9); Archbishop William Godfrey, Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 273); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (f. 276); William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (f. 296); and Bishop Bell (ff. 298, 305).

CHURCHES' COMMITTEE ON GAMBLING  W.Temple 13, ff. 309-36  15 Jan 1943-Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the Committee's need for a full-time secretary, a conference on gambling to be held on 18 October 1944, and the encouragement of greyhound racing amongst youths. Includes a report on the effects of war-time regulations on 'gambling in commerce and finance' (ff. 310-11), and 'Rocks Ahead', an appeal to the Churches on the threatened post-war gambling boom (ff. 335-6). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (ff. 312, 314-15, 317, 323, 327); Ernest Benson Perkins, Chairman of the Committee (ff. 313, 318); T.B. Bingham-Hall, Secretary of the Church of England Temperance Society (f. 316); Hugh Gerard Gibson Herklots, Youth Secretary of the British Council of Churches (f. 325); and John R. Aldridge, Secretary of the National Greyhound Racing Society (ff. 331-2).

CHURCH LADS' BRIGADE  W.Temple 13, ff. 337-46  25 Sep-2 Oct 1944

Contents:
Letters from the Brigade Accountant on irregularities in the administration of the organisation, with a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 338) and a copy of a legal opinion (ff. 340-6).

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY  W.Temple 13, ff. 347-51  16 Mar-1 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of Kenneth George Grubb as president of the Society, including letters from: Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 347, 349); Archbishop Temple (ff. 348, 351); and Grubb (f. 350).

CHURCH OF ENGLAND ADVISORY BOARD FOR MORAL WELFARE  W.Temple 13, ff. 352-68  16, 23 Nov 1935

Contents:
Letter from William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury (f. 352), enclosing a letter from Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Blackburn (f. 353), and a memorandum on the Christian principles for family life entitled 'The Christian Home and Family' (ff. 354-68).

CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEN'S SOCIETY  W.Temple 13, ff. 369-79  20 Nov 1943-20 Jan 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed national evangelistic mission after demobilisation. Includes a letter and memorandum from Bernard Oliver Francis Heywood, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 369-72); letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 373, 375); a letter from Howard Marshall, General Secretary of the Society (f. 374); and a memorandum dated May 1934 on the aims, membership and organisation of the Society (ff. 376-9).

CHURCH OF ENGLAND PENSIONS BOARD  W.Temple 13, ff. 380-3  9, 12 Oct 1942

Contents:
Letters from William H. Oatley, Secretary of the Board, and Ronald Erskine Ramsay, Suffragan Bishop of Malmesbury and Chairman of the Board, requesting that clergy be encouraged not to retire during war-time. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Church Training Colleges - Contraception  W.Temple 14  1924-17 Dec 1944

396 ff.

Council of the CHURCH TRAINING COLLEGES [formerly Board of Supervision]  W.Temple 14, ff. 1-142  17 July 1942-18 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the development of the Council, including letters on the appointment of Sir Walter Moberly as Chairman and (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin as Secretary, letters and papers on the McNair Committee, and reports and memoranda issued by the Board. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's (passim); Claude Martin Blagden, Bishop of Peterborough (f. 20); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 21, 28-9, 40, 107); Fred Clarke, Director of the Institute of Education, University of London (f. 27); Albert Arthur Cock, Principal of St. John's Diocesan Training College, York (ff. 30, 32-3, 35, 37-8, 41, 65); Mary Hermione Hichens (ff. 84, 86); Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (f. 94); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 97); Sir Edmund Bampfylde Phipps (f. 108) and Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (f. 123).

Memorandum on a conference to be held at High Leigh, Hertfordshire, on the spiritual needs of the CLERGY  W.Temple 14, f. 143-9  [1928]

Contents:
Conference to be held in January 1929.

Memorandum on the CLERGY  W.Temple 14, ff. 150-6  28 Oct, 5 Nov 1937

Contents:
Letter from John Athelstan Laurie Riley (f. 150), enclosing a joint memorandum on changes in the social structure of the clergy and the consequent need for a degree of clerical celibacy (ff. 151-6). Signatories include Riley, Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood, Edwyn [Robert] Bevan, John Sankey, 1st Viscount Sankey, and Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 3rd Viscount Halifax.

CLERGY  W.Temple 14, ff. 157-69  25 June 1943-26 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to proposed tax reliefs for the clergy, notably concerning Easter offerings and study allowances. Includes the text of a speech by Douglas L. Savory, Professor at Queen's University, Belfast (f. 158), and letters from: Ivor Bulmer Thomas (ff. 157, 160); Archbishop Temple (ff. 159, 162, 164, 168); Sir George Ernest Schuster (f. 161); Ralph Assheton, Financial Secretary to the Treasury (ff. 163, 169); Harold William Bradfield, Secretary of the Canterbury Diocesan Board of Finance (f. 165); and Cyril Frederick Twitchett, Archdeacon of Liverpool (ff. 166-7).

CLERGY  W.Temple 14, ff. 170-85  3 June 1943-10 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to rates of pay for curates and a proposal that they be standardised. Includes a report by Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester, on the stipends of assistant curates in war time, dated 19 November 1942 (f. 174); a memorandum on the Ecclesiastical Commissioners' curate grants (ff. 175-9); and letters from Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (ff. 170, 172, 180, 182), Archbishop Temple (f. 171), and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 183), enclosing the scale of stipends for assistant clergymen and other workers adopted by the Council of the London Diocesan Fund (f. 184).

COAL MINING  W.Temple 14, ff. 186-93  24 Feb-6 Mar 1944

Contents:
Letter from Gwilym Lloyd George, Minister of Fuel and Power, requesting pastoral assistance for men drafted into collieries (f. 186), with a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 187). Also includes a letter on the subject from the Archbishop to the diocesan bishops within the province of Canterbury (f. 188), and replies from: Claude Martin Blagden, Bishop of Peterborough (f. 189), Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 190), and William Louis Anderson, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 192).

Frederic Arthur COCKIN, Canon of St. Paul's  W.Temple 14, ff. 194-99  12 Jan-17 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence with Archbishop Temple on his resignation as a canon of St. Paul's and appointment as an honorary canon of Canterbury.

Lewis John COLLINS, Canon of St. Paul's (1948)  W.Temple 14, ff. 200-26  1 Mar 1943-20 Oct 1944

Contents:
Reports on his work as an R.A.F. chaplain, including programmes of talks and other events held at 'The Station Theatre'. Also includes letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 202, 210, 213).

COLONIAL BISHOPRICS FUND  W.Temple 14, ff. 227-70  10 June 1942-3 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers on the appointment of a commission of enquiry (the Archbishops' Commission on the Colonial Bishoprics Fund) to consider the future work of the Fund in view of increasing demand for the endowment of overseas bishoprics, as well as the reorganisation of the administration of the Fund. Includes a copy of the report of the Commission (ff. 253-6), and a report and balance sheet of the Fund for the year 1943 (ff. 267-70). Correspondents include: Walter Frederick France, Hon. Secretary of the Colonial Bishoprics Fund (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Lady Caroline Beatrix Bridgeman (f. 230); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 236); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (f. 240); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester and Chairman of the Commission (ff. 241, 251-2); Arthur Baillie Lumsdaine Karney, Suffragan Bishop of Southampton (f. 242); Richard Brook, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich (f. 243); Noël Thomas Hopkins, Provost of Wakefield (f. 244); Henry Charles Robins, Vicar of Portsea (f. 245); and Philip Inman, Chairman of the Central Board of Finance of the Church Assembly (f. 259).

COMMUNISM  W.Temple 14, ff. 271-3  9-10 Mar 1944

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple to Frederick Harry Emmanuel Harfitt, General Secretary of the Christian Evidence Society, regarding atheism and whether communism can be compatible with Christianity. Includes a reply from Harfitt.

Memorandum on the organisation and aims of the COMPANY OF THE SERVANTS OF THE WILL OF GOD  W.Temple 14, ff. 274-8  [n.d.]

CONFERENCE ON POLITICS, ECONOMICS AND CITIZENSHIP [C.O.P.E.C.]  W.Temple 14, ff. 279-331  1924-1925

Contents:
Papers relating to the conference held at the Birmingham Central Hall during 5-12 April 1924, including: a programme and subscription form (ff. 279-80); a letter from Arthur John Bigge, 1st Baron Stamfordham and Private Secretary to King George V (f. 281); a letter from King George V (f. 282); a draft text of Bishop Temple's opening address (ff. 283-93); a pamphlet on the aims of the Conference with a list of council members (ff. 296-307); a published account of the Conference by the Rev. Samuel E. Keeble (ff. 308-19); and a pamphlet on 'COPEC and the Immediate Future' (ff. 320-31).

Report of a committee, appointed by the Bishops' Meeting, on CONFESSION  W.Temple 14, ff. 332-54  12 Oct 1943-17 Dec 1944

Contents:
Report of the Episcopal Committee on Confessions of Clegymen (ff. 346-7), with a copy of the 1932 report on confession (ff. 348-50) and 'Notes on the Administration of Sacramental Confession in the Church of England, and the Discipline of the Clergy' (ff. 351-4). Includes letters and papers from: Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (ff. 332, 334-5); Archbishop Temple (ff. 335, 337); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (f. 336); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 338, 340); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 339, 341, 343); and Dorothy Howell-Thomas, Secretary to Archbishop Temple (f. 345v).

CONFIRMATION  W.Temple 14, ff. 355-61  9 Aug-1 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the confirmation of Mary Crouch, a nine year old child. Includes letters from Mary (ff. 355-6), Archbishop Temple (ff. 359, 361), and her father, William James Bryan Crouch, Vicar of Borden, Sittingbourne, Kent (ff. 357-8, 360).

CONFIRMATION  W.Temple 14, ff. 362-4  14-23 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and a Presbyterian on the necessity of confirmation.

CONFIRMATION  W.Temple 14, ff. 365-7  3-28 July 1944

Contents:
Letters from John Brierley, Rector of Wolverhampton, on the confirmation and communion of a divorcee. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Benjamin Christodoulou, Oecumenical Patriarch of CONSTANTINOPLE  W.Temple 14, ff. 368-71  15 May-4 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on his illness and consideration of potential successors, comprising letters from: Austin Oakley, Chaplain of the Crimean Memorial Church, Istanbul (ff. 368-9); Archbishop Temple (f. 370); and Germanos Strenopoulos, Archbishop of Thyateira (f. 371).

CONSTANTINOPLE  W.Temple 14, ff. 372-6  8 Dec 1943-10 Feb 1944

Contents:
Goodwill messages to Archbishop Temple from Benjamin Christodoulou, Oecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople (ff. 372, 374), with English translations (ff. 373, 375). Also includes a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 376).

CONTINENTAL CHAPLAINCIES  W.Temple 14, ff. 377-83  31 July-14 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed deputation to the Foreign Office on the reopening of chaplaincies in Europe. Correspondents include: Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (ff. 377, 383), Basil Staunton Batty, Suffragan Bishop of Fulham (f. 377); Archbishop Temple (ff. 378-9); and Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 381).

CONTRACEPTION  W.Temple 14, ff. 384-96  13 Sep 1943-8 Apr 1944

Contents:
Criticism of the employment of juveniles in the manufacture of contraceptives, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 386, 396); Josephine Letitia Denny Fairfield, Senior Medical Officer for London County Council (ff. 387-8); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 389-90, 392, 394); and a copy of a letter to Bishop Fisher from Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (f. 395).

Convocation of Canterbury - Council for the Church and the Countryside  W.Temple 15  1930-7 Dec 1944

438 ff.

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 1-63  23 May 1942-18 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the general administration and policy of Convocation, including correspondence on procedures for dissolution and elections, the presentation of evidence by parochial clergy, expenses of officials, and the editing of the Chronicle. Includes a list of members of the Lower House in attendance at the sessions held in May 1941 (ff. 13-21); a report of the Joint Standing Committee on the expenses of Convocation for the year 1943 (ff. 53-7); and newspaper clippings regarding the attendance of American bishops at Convocation, and the presentation of a message from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Archbishop Temple (ff. 61-2). Correspondents include: Edgar William James Hellins, editor of the Canterbury Chronicle of Convocation (ff. 1-2, 49-50); Archbishop Temple (passim); David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Prolocutor of the Lower House of the Convocation of Canterbury (ff. 7-8, 12, 37); Richard Godfrey Parson, Bishop of Hereford (f. 10); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 24); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (ff. 27, 51); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (ff. 29-30, 33); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (f. 34); Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (f. 35); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 46, 58, 60); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 63).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 64-91  30 Dec 1942-2 Feb 1944

Contents:
Proposals concerning the exchange of benefices, including minutes and reports of committees of the Lower and Upper Houses. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (ff. 69, 78, 83, 85, 91); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 79); and Claude Martin Blagden, Bishop of Peterborough (ff. 84, 86-7).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 92-141  18 June 1942-1 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the report of the Joint Committee on the Table of Kindred and Affinity and the nature of authority in the Church of England, including a copy of the report (ff. 129-32), and correspondence from: Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Coventry (f. 92); John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford and Convenor of the Committee (passim); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (ff. 95, 99, 133); Edgar William James Hellins, editor of the Canterbury Chronicle of Convocation (ff. 96-8); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 100); Archbishop Temple (passim); Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood (ff. 108, 110-11, 135-6, 138-40); and Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (f. 124).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 142-75  18 May-15 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the regulations concerning the interchange of preachers between the Church of England and other denominations, including a critical pamphlet entitled 'The Convocation of Canterbury and "Interchange of Preachers"' (ff. 143-50), a resolution passed by the rural deaneries of Rothwell II and Weldon II, diocese of Peterborough, against interchange (ff. 162-3), and a copy of the regulations (f. 172). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Edmund Douglas Merritt, Rural Dean of St. Pancras (ff. 151, 157), including a joint letter signed by Merritt and five others (ff. 153-5); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 159, 168); Edgar William James Hellins, editor of the Canterbury Chronicle of Convocation (f. 161); Charles Newell Long, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (ff. 164-6); David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Prolocutor of the Lower House of the Convocation of Canterbury (f. 170); Melbourn Evans Aubrey, General Secretary of the Baptist Union (f. 173); and Sidney Malcolm Berry, Hon. Secretary of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 174).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 176-86  4 July 1943-9 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the customary hours of celebrating Holy Communion, including letters from Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester (f. 176), Archbishop Temple (f. 177), and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 179), and the text of an enquiry issued by Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (ff. 183-6).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 187-91  24 Feb-5 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the attendance of missionary bishops at meetings of the Upper House, comprising letters from: Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (f. 187); Archbishop Temple (ff. 188-90); and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 191).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 192-225  22 Jan-1 Apr 1944

Contents:
Criticism by the Rev. Edward George Courtman of the appointment of the Rev. Roland Ralph Bailey as proctor for the diocese of Salisbury, including a copy of the ballot and its proofs (ff. 195-8), and letters from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Courtman (ff. 194, 199-201, 204-5, 222, 224); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (ff. 208-9, 211, 216-17, 223); Percy John Dale, Archdeacon of Sarum (ff. 212-13); Allan Cyprian Bourne Webb, Chancellor and Vicar-General of the Diocese of Salisbury (f. 214); and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 219).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 226-40  3 July-28 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the publication of the report of the Joint Committee on Confirmation, including a copy of the interim report (ff. 237-8), and letters from: Archbishop Temple (passim); David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Prolocutor of the Lower House of the Convocation of Canterbury (f. 227); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford and Chairman of the Committee (f. 229); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 231); and Frederick Cryer Tindall, Committee Secretary (ff. 232, 234, 236).

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY  W.Temple 15, ff. 241-80  11 Apr-5 Dec 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the publication of the report of the Joint Committee on the Amendment of the Revised Lectionary, including a copy of the report (ff. 271-80), and letters from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 242, 244); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 246, 266); the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (ff. 253, 270); A. R. Mowbray & Co. Ltd. (ff. 252, 255-6, 269); Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 257-8, 267-8); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 265).

CONVOCATION OF YORK  W.Temple 15, ff. 281-8  1930

Contents:
Annotated copy of a report of the Lower House concerning privileges, gravamina and standing orders.

Irene Shewell COOPER  W.Temple 15, ff. 289-91  31 July-3 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on her desire for ordination in the Congregational Church and continued membership of the Church of England, including a note on her by Dorothy Howell-Thomas, Secretary to Archbishop Temple (f. 289), and the Archbishop's reply.

Gilbert Frederick COPE  W.Temple 15, ff. 292-308  8, 15 Oct 1942

Contents:
Criticism of his pamphlet 'Christians in the class struggle' (ff. 294-307), which was issued by the Council of Clergy and Ministers for Common Ownership (CCMCO), and contains a foreword by Alfred Walter Frank Blunt, Bishop of Bradford. Includes a letter from Archbishop Temple (f. 308).

COPTIC CHURCH  W.Temple 15, ff. 309-10  [1942]

Contents:
Goodwill message on Archbishop Temple's translation to Canterbury from the Rev. Eigomenos I. Luka of the Reform Party in the Coptic Church.

COPTIC CHURCH  W.Temple 15, ff. 311-42  17 Nov 1942-7 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the appointment of Anba Makarius, Bishop of Assiut, as Coptic Patriarch of Alexandria. Includes letters from: Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 311); Archbishop Temple (ff. 314, 319, 341-2); Alfred Morris Gelsthorpe, Assistant Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (f. 316); Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 317-18, 331); and Eigomenos I. Luka (f. 330), including his memorandum on the state of the Coptic Church (ff. 332-40). Also includes despatches from the British Chargé d'Affaires at Addis Ababa (ff. 321-5), and a despatch from Miles Wedderburn Lampson, 1st Baron Killearn and British Ambassador to Egypt (ff. 326-7).

Captain Robert Gustavus COULSON  W.Temple 15, ff. 343-60  2 July 1942-29 May 1944

Contents:
Letters regarding his views on a synthesis of religious and secular thought, including proposals for post-ordination training (ff. 343, 345, 358-9). Includes letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 344, 357, 360), Coulson's memorandum on 'The Training of the Older Clergy' (ff. 346-52), and a memorandum on 'The Church and Adult Education' with a foreword by Archbishop Temple (ff. 353-6).

COUNCIL FOR THE CHURCH AND THE COUNTRYSIDE  W.Temple 15, ff. 361-438  6 Mar 1943-7 Dec 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the creation of the Council and an advisory committee of bishops, including correspondence from: Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (ff. 361-2, 365, 368, 386, 415); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 363, 388, 403, 408); Archbishop Temple (passim); Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (ff. 366, 417); Patrick McLaughlin, Secretary of Church Social Action (passim); Henry Mosley, former Bishop of Southwell (f. 391); Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (f. 420); Maurice Henry Harland, Suffragan Bishop of Croydon (ff. 428, 430); Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 435-6); and Richard Brook, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich (f. 438). Also includes memoranda on the role of the Church in the countryside; a list of Council members (ff. 399-402); a memorandum on post-war industrial organisation (ff. 377-82); and a joint letter to the Sunday Times for 6 June 1943, signed by Charles Bathurst, 1st Viscount of Bledisloe, Montague Edward Fordham, [Harold John] Massingham, and Patrick McLaughlin (f. 397).

COUNCIL OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS  W.Temple 16  25 Jan 1942-June 1944

309 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to the formation and development of the Council, including: agendas and minutes; reports on the work of the Executive Committee; memoranda; draft constitutions; lists of members; statements for the press; accounts of receipts and expenses; a programme for the Luton Religion and Life Week, 14-21 June 1942 (ff. 35-7); a copy of the Bulletin of the Society of Jews and Christians for December 1942 (ff. 142-9); the text of a leaflet on 'The Fifth Freedom' (f. 173); a summary of replies from Lord Mayors and Mayors on the prevalence of anti-semitism in their towns (ff. 212-13); a copy of the 'Three-Faith Declaration on World Peace' by Protestants, Catholics and Jews of the U.S.A., dated 7 October 1943 (ff. 238-40), and a draft (f. 282) and final version (f. 290) of the Council's reply; reviews of stories related to anti-semitism in the press for November 1943 (ff. 241-2), January 1944 (ff. 264-5), February 1944 (ff. 275-7), March 1944 (ff. 284-6), and June 1944 (ff. 308-9); a copy of 'Christians and Jews: An Occasional Review' for November 1943 (ff. 243-52); and a report of progress made by local councils and groups (f. 291). Also contains material on the public perception of Jews, particularly their perceived links with black market activities. Correspondents include: David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster (f. 1); Henry Carter, General Secretary of the Social Welfare Department of the Methodist Church (ff. 2-3); William Wynn Simpson, Joint Secretary of the Council of Christians and Jews (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Joseph Herman Hertz, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire (ff. 20-1, 46, 52, 56, 66); Philip John Noel-Baker, Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport (ff. 54-5); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (ff. 99, 103); Everett R. Clinchy, President of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, U.S.A. (f. 106); the Christian Council for Refugees from Germany and Central Europe (f. 189); and Robert Gilbert Vansittart, 1st Baron Vansittart (ff. 191, 196).

Council on Foreign Relations - Czechoslovakia  W.Temple 17  [1940]-22 Nov 1944

346 ff.

COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS  W.Temple 17, ff. 1-87  23 Oct 1942-20 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the reorganisation of the Council, including correspondence on the appointment of new members, the establishment of 'assessors' as a new class of membership, the function of the Council, possible successors to Canon John Albert Douglas as Secretary, and a list of Council members and assessors as of 9 July 1943 (ff. 23-5). Correspondents include: Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester and Chairman of the Council (ff. 8, 26-7, 39-41, 45, 58, 74-5); Douglas (passim), including the text of a speech by Germanos Strenopoulos, Archbishop of Thyateira (ff. 37-8), notes on his successor (ff. 67-9), and a memorandum on the Council's finances (ff. 71-3); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (f. 9); Ivor Bulmer Thomas (f. 10); John Sankey, 1st Viscount Sankey (f. 11); John Robert Jermain Macnamara (f. 12); Archbishop Temple (passim); John Victor Perowne, of the Foreign Office (ff. 46, 48); Austin Oakley (f. 63); David Colin Dunlop, Suffragan Bishop of Jarrow (f. 65); Gerald Burton Allen, Suffragan Bishop of Dorchester (f. 66); Bishop Paul Fulcrand Delacour de Labilliere, Dean of Westminster (f. 77); Arthur Stuart Duncan-Jones, Dean of Chichester (ff. 81, 84); and Sir Philip Francis Cunningham Williams, 2nd Baronet (ff. 85-6).

Kenneth Hugh de COURCY  W.Temple 17, ff. 88-130  10 Mar 1943-11 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Courcy and Archbishop Temple regarding Courcy's views on contemporary religious trends and the need for a stronger defence of Christianity. Includes Courcy's Review of World Affairs, vol. 5, for March 1943 (ff. 89-92), and two 1935 memoranda by Basil Henry Liddell-Hart criticizing the historical basis of Christianity: 'The Teaching of Jesus' (ff. 99-105) and 'Summarised Results of a Study of the Historical Basis of Christianity from an Historical Standpoint' (ff. 106-23).

Samuel COURTAULD, Chairman of Courtaulds Ltd.  W.Temple 17, ff. 131-42  19 Jan-2 Feb 1944

Contents:
Criticism of Archbishop Temple's views on 'Tess of the D'Urbevilles' by Thomas Hardy, as expressed in his booklet 'The Resources and Influences of English Literature'. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 140).

Paul Irénée COUTURIER, French Roman Catholic priest  W.Temple 17, f. 143  [1940]

Contents:
Message of thanks for a radio broadcast by Archbishop Temple.

Paul Irénée COUTURIER, French Roman Catholic priest  W.Temple 17, ff. 144-50  3 Oct-22 Nov 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on attempts to contact Couturier after his arrest by the Gestapo, including letters from: Dom Gregory Dix, monk of Nashdom Abbey (ff. 144, 146); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 145, 147, 150); and a copy of a letter from Ian Hugh White-Thomson to Couturier on the death of Archbishop Temple and relief at Couturier's liberation (f. 149).

Diocese of COVENTRY  W.Temple 17, ff. 151-89  14 Dec 1942-19 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the rebuilding of the cathedral and proposals for an interdenominational Christian Centre. Includes a statement for the press issued by Neville Vincent Gorton, Bishop of Coventry (ff. 162-5); a copy of 'The Spiritual Issues of the War', no. 223, for 10 February 1944 (ff. 171-2); a draft constitution of the Coventry Cathedral Christian Centre (ff. 174-8); and 'The New Coventry Cathedral Plan and Scheme', containing a plan and drawing of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's design for the building (ff. 181-6). Correspondents include: Gorton (ff. 151, 153, 168-9); Archbishop Temple (ff. 160, 170, 179); Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 152, 154-5, 157, 189); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 156); Julian Hoare, of the Coventry Evening Telegraph (ff. 158-9, 161, 166-7, 180); Richard Thomas Howard, Provost of Coventry Cathedral (f. 173); and Graham William Clitheroe, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Coventry (ff. 187-8).

Diocese of COVENTRY  W.Temple 17, ff. 190-4  5 July-19 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the proposed provision of chapels in hostels, comprising letters from: Henry Bucknall Betterton, 1st Baron Rushcliffe (ff. 190, 192-4), and Archbishop Temple (f. 191).

Gordon COWPER  W.Temple 17, ff. 195-202  26 Mar-7 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's assistance to Cowper after his court-martial, comprising letters from: Sir Henry Davies Foster MacGeagh, Judge Advocate General of the Forces (f. 195); Archbishop Temple (ff. 196, 198, 202); and Cowper (ff. 197, 199-201).

CREMATION  W.Temple 17, ff. 203-4  25 Sep 1942, 24 Feb 1943

Contents:
Letter from Joseph John Booth, Archbishop of Melbourne, regarding the burial of ashes in churches and churchyards, with a reply from Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple.

Suffragan Bishop of CROYDON  W.Temple 17, ff. 205-43  27 Mar-19 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of Maurice Henry Harland to the suffragan bishopric of Croydon, and the appointment of Harold William Bradfield as archdeacon of Croydon. Includes letters from: William Louis Anderson, Bishop of Portsmouth (f. 205); Bradfield (ff. 206-7, 211, 241); Archbishop Temple (passim); Harland (ff. 212, 219-20, 226, 238); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 216, 223, 228, 231, 233, 242-3); Francis Nicholson Heazell, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (f. 224); and Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (f. 232).

CUDDESDON COLLEGE, OXFORD  W.Temple 17, ff. 244-8  3-23 Aug 1943


Related information: Lambeth Palace Library, William Temple 25, ff. 291-6.

Contents:
Correspondence on the proposed closure of the College during war-time due to lack of ordinands, comprising letters from: Eric Graham, Principal of Cuddesdon Theological College (ff. 244-6, 248), and Archbishop Temple (f. 247).

Frederick Gordon CUMMINS  W.Temple 17, ff. 249-62  11-24 June 1942

Contents:
Appeals for clemency by his wife, family and friends following his conviction for murder and receipt of the death penalty. Includes letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 257, 262) and Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (ff. 258, 261).

CYPRUS  W.Temple 17, ff. 263-316  17 Dec 1943-late 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the vacancy in the Orthodox archbishopric, and the dispute concerning government restrictions on episcopal elections and their perceived violation of Orthodox canon law. Includes resolutions of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations relating to the Cypriot Church (f. 295), and correspondence from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Kyprianos Kyriakides, Secretary of the Pancyprian Organization of Religious Orthodox Institutions (ff. 263-5, 272-4); Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (ff. 267, 296), including a memorandum on the position of the Eastern Patriarchates in Egypt and the Middle East, forwarded by him to Archbishop Temple (ff. 312-16); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 270, 277, 279, 283, 289, 310); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 275, 303-5), including an extract from the official report of Parliament for 16 February 1944 (f. 276); Leontios, Bishop of Paphos and Locum Tenens of the Archbishopric of Cyprus (ff. 278, 286-8, 292-3; translations of 286-8 and 292-3 are found on ff. 284-5 and 290-1, respectively); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 294, 298-9); and an extract from a letter of Weston Henry Stewart, Bishop in Jerusalem (f. 309).

CZECHOSLOVAKIA  W.Temple 17, ff. 317-18  10, 17 Sep 1942

Contents:
Letter from the editor of Young Czechoslovakia seeking Archbishop Temple's opinion on the nationalist movement, with a copy of his refusal to commit publicly to such a statement.

Note: Existed as a nation 1918-1993. Succeeded by the nations of Slovakia and the Czech Republic.


CZECHOSLOVAKIA  W.Temple 17, ff. 319-46  8 Oct 1942-17 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the work of the Anglo-Czechoslovak Christian Fellowship in Great Britain, including papers on prayers for Czechoslovakia, a congratulatory message to the Patriarch of All Russia on his enthronement (ff. 326-8), a proposed interchange of theological students between the two countries, the collecting of books to restock Czech libraries, and a conference of the Czech and Slovak Evangelical Churches to be held in London on 26-27 February 1944. Correspondents include: Frank M. Hnik, Joint Secretary of the Anglo-Czechoslovak Christian Fellowship (passim); Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (passim); and John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (f. 334). Also includes a draft (f. 321) and final versions of prayers for Czechoslovakia by Archbishop Temple.

Note: Existed as a nation 1918-1993. Succeeded by the nations of Slovakia and the Czech Republic.


Daily Worker - Ecclesiastical Commissioners  W.Temple 18  4 June 1924-26 Sep 1944

296 ff.


Related information: For Ecclesiastical Commissioners, see also W. Temple 110.

'DAILY WORKER'  W.Temple 18, ff. 1-7  25 June 1942-28 July 1944

Contents:
Letters and papers from William Rust, editor of the Daily Worker, requesting assistance in lifting the government ban on the newspaper. Includes an excerpt from Hansard for 27 June 1944 (f. 5), and a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 7).

James Benjamin DAKIN, Assistant General Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations  W.Temple 18, ff. 8-9  3, 24 Jan 1944

Contents:
Copies of letters from Dakin and John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations, regarding proposals for post-war cooperation with the continental Churches.

James Ralph DARLING, Headmaster of Geelong School, Australia  W.Temple 18, ff. 10-33  4 June 1924-27 June 1931

Contents:
Letters from Bishop/Archbishop Temple on family affairs and advice on future employment for Darling.

Randall Thomas DAVIDSON, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 18, ff. 34-5  18 July 1927

Contents:
Letter to Bishop Temple on the deferment of his resignation while the prayer book measure was pending.

Major-General Guy Payan DAWNAY  W.Temple 18, ff. 36-55  20 Aug 1943-25 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the concept of usury and the publication of Dawnay's 'Some Thoughts on Usury'. Includes a copy (ff. 48-55), and letters from: Dawnay (ff. 36, 38); Archbishop Temple (ff. 37, 39, 41, 43); and Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (ff. 40, 42, 46).

DEACONESSES  W.Temple 18, ff. 56-70  15 Sep 1930-11 Mar 1938

Contents:
Letters from Archbishop Temple on the status and functions of deaconesses.

Council for the Order of DEACONESSES  W.Temple 18, ff. 71-86  22 June 1943-23 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the development of the Council, including letters from: Ethel Panton (f. 71); Archbishop Temple (ff. 74, 77, 79, 81, 86); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 75-6, 78, 80); Edith Banks (ff. 82, 84); and Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (f. 83). Also includes a list of Council members as of February 1943 (ff. 72-3), and a prayer for the Order of Deaconesses (f. 85).

DEACONESSES  W.Temple 18, ff. 87-95  25 May-6 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the implementation of the 1939 Convocation resolutions concerning deaconesses, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 87, 91); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 88, 90); David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Prolocutor of the Lower House of the Convocation of Canterbury (f. 92); and Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (f. 93). Also includes a copy of the resolutions passed by the Lower House of Convocation on 20 January 1939 (f. 94).

Phyllis DENT  W.Temple 18, ff. 96-106  2 Mar-26 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a memorial appeal for her work with the National Society, including letters from: Reginald Somerset Ward, Honorary Chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 96, 98); Archbishop Temple (ff. 97, 99, 102); Martin Linton Smith, former Bishop of Rochester (f. 103); and James Ashley Appleton (ff. 104-5).

DIFFUSIONISM  W.Temple 18, ff. 107-22  9 Feb-27 Sep 1942

Contents:
Letters from C.G. Hardie, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford (ff. 107-17), and Herbert Arthur Hodges, Professor of Philosophy, Reading University (ff. 118-22), on the anthropological theory of diffusionism.

DIOCESAN CONFERENCES  W.Temple 18, ff. 123-7  13-24 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the referral of matters from the Church Assembly to diocesan conferences, comprising letters from: Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter (ff. 123, 127); Archbishop Temple (ff. 124, 126); and Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (f. 125).

DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE  W.Temple 18, ff. 128-39  27 Jan-14 Mar 1932

Contents:
Correspondence relating to a sermon preached by Archbishop Temple at the Cathedral of St. Pierre, Geneva, Switzerland, on 31 January 1932. Includes an order of service (ff. 129-34), and letters from: Archbishop Temple (f. 128); Arthur Henderson, President of the World Disarmament Conference (f. 135); William Paton, Secretary of the International Missionary Council (ff. 136-7); and Adolf Deissmann, of the Universal Christian Council for Life and Work (f. 138). Also includes a clipping from The Times, featuring letters to the editor on the subject of German war guilt and its treatment in Archbishop Temple's sermon.

DIVORCE  W.Temple 18, ff. 140-3  2-16 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed pamphlet for the Armed Services on divorce, to be issued by the Central Council for Moral Welfare. Includes letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 141, 143).

Irinej DJORDJEVIC, Serbian Orthodox Bishop of Dalmatia  W.Temple 18, ff. 144-59  14 May-12 July 1943

Contents:
Appeals for his release from internment in Italy, including a joint letter from Z. Ristanovic, Archpriest of the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Sava, London, and B. Pepic, President of the Council of the Serbian Orthodox Church in London (f. 149), and letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 148, 152, 154, 156); Captain Leonard Henry Green, Chairman of the Yugoslav Society of Great Britain (f. 153); Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (f. 155); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 157-8); and William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 159).

John William DOHERTY, Rector of North Stoke with Langridge, Somerset  W.Temple 18, ff. 160-8  8-17 July 1942

Contents:
Letter from Doherty (f. 160) proposing a mission to Indian seamen in British ports, with related letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 162-4), George Langham Gosling, General Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (f. 165), and George Frederick Trench, General Superintendent of the Missions to Seamen (f. 166). Includes a memorandum on 'Lascar Seamen in English Ports' (f. 161) and a report of the Council for the Church on the High Seas (ff. 167-8).

George Francis DOW, Army chaplain  W.Temple 18, ff. 169-71  8, 11 Jan 1943

Contents:
Letter from Dow criticising non-denominational religious teaching in the Army, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

James Eric DRUMMOND, 16th Earl of Perth  W.Temple 18, ff. 172-9  15 Mar-2 Apr 1944

Contents:
Memorandum on religious representation on international bodies, with copies of letters from Perth and David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster.

Evelyn Cecil Braley DUNFORD, Royal Air Force chaplain  W.Temple 18, ff. 180-93  26 Aug-11 Sep 1944

Contents:
Report on his visit to the Holy Land, including five photographs: the Mount of Olives from the Temple area of Jerusalem (f. 188); the traditional site of the birth of Christ in the cave of the Nativity, Bethlehem (f. 189); the altar of the tomb of St. Jerome in the Grottos, Bethlehem (f. 190); the Manger in the cave of the Nativity, Bethlehem, at Christmas 1943 (f. 191); and the 'Herodium' near Bethlehem (f. 192). Also includes a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 193).

Note: Under British Mandate 1917-1947.


DUTCH OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH  W.Temple 18, ff. 194-208  July 1939-1 July 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to Anglican and Dutch Old Catholic co-consecrations, including letters and memoranda by John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 195-204), and Archbishop Temple (f. 194). Also includes protocols of the consecration of Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark, witnessed by Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 205-8).

Frank William DWELLY, Dean of Liverpool  W.Temple 18, ff. 209-32  27 Nov 1942-2 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on an agreement by Archbishop Temple to provide a preface for Dwelly's compilation of special services, including a draft copy of the preface (ff. 225-7); letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 209, 224, 229); letters and papers from Dwelly (ff. 210, 217-20, 228, 230, 232); and letters from Stanley Morison, of the Cambridge University Press (ff. 211, 213-16, 231).

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS  W.Temple 18, ff. 233-41  20 Apr-5 June 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to the administration of estates by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, including a proposed lease of archiepiscopal property for a religious centre for 'Christian Spiritualism' (ff. 240-1). Correspondents include: Harold Edward Wynn, Bishop of Ely (f. 233); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (ff. 234-5), including a memorandum on 'The Ecclesiastical Commissioners as owners of agricultural property' (ff. 236-9); James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (f. 240); and Archbishop Temple (f. 241).

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS  W.Temple 18, ff. 242-86  26 Mar 1942-6 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to grants from the common fund, including copies of the regulations for grants, notice of grants allocated to benefices within the diocese of Canterbury (ff. 248, 256, 270, 282), a report on the 'Reorganisation Areas Measure' (ff. 252-5), and letters from James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (passim), and Archbishop Temple (f. 272).

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS  W.Temple 18, ff. 287-90  1 Mar, 15 Sep 1943

Contents:
Letter from James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission, on the history and present administration of the Commissioners (ff. 287-88), and a letter from his deputy on coal royalties and the income of the Church of England (f. 290).

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS  W.Temple 18, ff. 291-3  25 Oct 1943

Contents:
Notes on a private interview with James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission, regarding his proposed resignation.

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS  W.Temple 18, ff. 294-6  10-28 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of Sir Frederick Francis Liddell as an Ecclesiastical Commissioner, comprising letters from: James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (f. 294); Archbishop Temple (f. 295); and Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 296).

EDUCATION  W.Temple 19  24 Jan-24 Oct 1942

395 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to the educational policies of the Church of England, particularly in relation to the nascent 1944 Education Act, including the termination of the 'dual system', the status of Church schools in single school areas, and the imposition of a national syllabus. Includes material on the appointment of an advisory panel for negotiations with the Board of Education (ff. 80-2, 85-8, 98, 100); drafts and a final copy (ff. 354-6) of a joint statement on the Christian faith by the archbishop of Canterbury and the moderator of the Federal Council of the Free Churches, including notes on it by Herbert Henry Farmer (ff. 263-4), Robert Newton Flew (f. 265), Geoffrey Leonard Heawood (ff. 266-7), Arthur Eastwood Nichols (f. 268), George Joshua Newbold Whitfield (ff. 273-5) and others [see also vol. 20 ff. 91-2]; minutes and agendas of the National Society and its sub-committees; a report on post-war reconstruction in education and general reports for 1941 on examinations in Biblical knowledge by the City of Sheffield Education Committee (ff. 65-76 and 192-7, respectively); a cutting from the Times Educational Supplement for 30 May 1942 on the new Education Bill (f. 78); draft memoranda of the National Society on the 'dual system' (ff. 124-7, 159-64, 200-1, 279-81, 337-8), with a final copy as approved by the Standing Committee (ff. 347-51); papers relating to the Croydon Council of Religious Education (ff. 154-5); a memorandum on 'The Management of Church Schools' (ff. 172-81); a memorandum on 'The Training and Work of Diocesan Directors and Leaders in Religious Education' (ff. 241-7); papers concerning the applicability of the Scottish Education Act for England and Wales (ff. 360-4); and an interim report on post-war university education by the British Association for the Advancement of Science (ff. 393-5). Correspondents include: Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim), including a draft memorandum on the Board of Education's proposed policies (ff. 31-6), and a copy of 'Our Trust and Our Task', his presidential address to the National Society delivered on 3 June 1942 (ff. 92-7); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (passim), including a memorandum on the 'Dual System and the Archbishops' Five Points' (ff. 7-9); Cyril Forster Garbett, Bishop of Winchester (f. 10); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 11-12, 82); Eric Robert James Hussey, Secretary of the National Society (passim); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 17-18, 100); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 19-21, 63, 87, 293, 327, 331, 343); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (ff. 22-3, 319-20); Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (f. 44); John Sankey, 1st Viscount Sankey (ff. 50-1, 85); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Secretary of the Christian Education Movement (ff. 77, 110, 120, 214, 252-4); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (ff. 83-4); Cuthbert Carroll Thicknesse, Dean of St. Albans (ff. 86, 220); Douglas Henry Crick, Bishop of Chester (f. 90); Sir Robert Edmund Martin (ff. 98, 328, 335-6, 363-4); Spencer Leeson, Headmaster of Winchester College (ff. 103-4, 135-7); Sidney Malcolm Berry, Hon. Secretary of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 105); John Scott Lidgett, President of the United Methodist Church (ff. 106-8, 219); Sir Frederick Mander, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers (ff. 111, 128, 141), including a copy of his 'The Religious Instruction Controversy' (ff. 112-19); Arthur Henry Wilkinson, Chief Secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society (f. 129); Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 138, 152, 258-9); John Newsom, Hertfordshire County Education Officer (f. 144); Arthur Rupert Browne-Wilkinson, Canon of Chichester (ff. 145-7, 212, 326); Evelyn Foley Braley, Principal of the College of the Venerable Bede, Durham (ff. 149-50); Hugh Maudslay Hordern, Bishop of Lewes (f. 168); Eleanora Iredale (ff. 186-7); Louis Arnaud Reid (f. 215), enclosing a memorandum on religious education by the Newcastle Association for Education in Citizenship (ff. 216-18); Arthur Mervyn Stockwood (f. 238); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 255-6, 297, 324); John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 298, 334, 344); the Association of Church School Managers (ff. 304-5); Edwin Thomas Kerby, Hon. Secretary of the Church Schools' Emergency League (f. 310), enclosing memoranda by the League (ff. 311-15); the National Association of Head Teachers (f. 323); and Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 388).

EDUCATION  W.Temple 20  Nov 1942-30 June 1943

390 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to the educational policies of the Church of England and the forthcoming Education Bill, including criticism of the National Society's 'Interim Report on the Dual System' and letters and papers on the applicability of the Scottish Education Act for England and Wales. Includes a copy of the National Society's report with an explanatory note (ff. 4-8); a reprint on 'Religion and National Life' from The Times for 17 February 1940 (f. 39); a published copy of the joint statement of Christain belief by Archbishop Temple and John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 91-2); papers relating to a proposed course on the appreciation of architecture (ff. 118-23, 340-2); a copy of the Chichester Diocesan Gazette, vol. 20, for December 1942 (ff. 149-50); resolutions of ruridecanal conferences; a report on a Christian education conference held at Posbury St. Francis, Crediton, Devon, on 2-19 February 1943 (ff. 278-87); a joint letter to members of the House of Commons signed by Archbishop Temple, Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York, Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London, Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham, Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester, Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council, Melbourn Evans Aubrey, Sidney Malcolm Berry, Walter James Noble, and John Seldon Whale (f. 347); and reports of a joint deputation to the Board of Education on 6 May 1943 by the Association of Church School Managers, the Church Schools Emergency League, the Church Union, the Mothers' Union and the National Clergy Association (ff. 368-75). Correspondents include: Henry Leonard Fosbrooke, Archdeacon of Lancaster (ff. 10-11, 37); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 12-13, 345-6); Archbishop Temple (passim); Evelyn Foley Braley, Principal of the College of the Venerable Bede, Durham (f. 16); Cyril Eastaugh (f. 17); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 18-21, 84-5, 132-3, 142); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 22-3, 78-9, 314-16, 339, 344, 358, 387); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (ff. 26-7, 66); John Newton Mallinson, Hon. Secretary of the Rochester Diocesan Board of Education (f. 44); Arthur Rupert Browne-Wilkinson, Canon of Chichester (ff. 47-8, 109-11, 187-8), including a memorandum on 'Paragraph 8 of the Interim Report on the Dual System' (ff. 189-90); Edward George Courtman, Organizing Secretary of the National Clergy Association (ff. 50, 236), including a set of forms to be used in a petition to the Board of Education (ff. 237-41); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (f. 51); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (passim); Albert Peel, editor of The Congregational Quarterly (ff. 65, 72-3); Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood (f. 74); Benjamin Gregory, editor of the Methodist Recorder (ff. 83, 100, 105, 108, 128-9, 234); Edgar Francis Hall, Diocesan Director of Religious Education, Exeter (ff. 87-8); John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 89-90, 138-9, 251-2); Lady Caroline Beatrix Bridgeman (f. 93); the National Church League (ff. 114-15); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's (f. 116); Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (ff. 134, 174, 231); Harry Duncan McGowan, 1st Baron McGowan (ff. 136-7); Edmund Audley Downes, Dean of Bocking (ff. 140-1); Robert M'Gowan Barrington-Ward, editor of The Times (f. 146); John Scott Lidgett, President of the United Methodist Church (ff. 153-4, 381); William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (f. 157); William Ashley-Brown (ff. 161-3); Sir Robert Edmund Martin (passim); the United Society for Christian Literature (f. 176); Spencer Leeson, Headmaster of Winchester College (f. 177); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (f. 178); Harold Evelyn Hubbard, Suffragan Bishop of Whitby (f. 207), enclosing a report of a conference on 'Religious Education in Secondary Schools' (ff. 208-15); A.E. Ikin, former Director of Education for Blackpool (f. 222), enclosing a copy of his 'Suggestions for a 1943 Education Act' (ff. 223-8); Lynda Grier, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (ff. 242, 257, 276), including a reprint from The Times for 20 February 1943 of a letter to the editor on the end of the 'dual system' (f. 243); Sir George Henry Gater, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 250); Robert Birley, Headmaster of the Charterhouse (ff. 268-75, 296-8, 308-12, 329); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 300); Terry Thomas, Headmaster of Leeds Grammar School (ff. 323-6); John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (f. 348); Michael Bruce (ff. 361-5, 384-5); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 379); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 380).

EDUCATION  W.Temple 21  2 July 1943-29 Mar 1944

410 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to the educational policies of the Church of England, the white paper on educational reconstruction and the Education Bill, including letters and papers on comparisons of Roman Catholic and Anglican educational provision. Includes comments on the white paper by the Oxford diocesan council of education (ff. 37-8); a resolution on the white paper passed by the Free Church Federal Council (f. 101); notes on a joint conference of Anglicans and Free Churchmen held on 29 September 1943 (ff. 102-3); papers concerning the educational policy of the County Council of the West Riding of Yorkshire (ff. 123-5); a leaflet on the National Society's policy for Church schools (ff. 151-2); a resolution passed by the St. Albans diocesan conference (ff. 159-60); a petition to Archbishop Temple from headmasters of schools in the neighbourhood of Canterbury (ff. 163-4); joint letters on the Education Bill to The Times and to Members of Parliament from the archbishops of Canterbury and York, other English bishops, and representatives of other protestant denominations (ff. 204-5); letters and petitions to Archbishop Temple from teachers; a copy of 'The Malvern Torch' for December 1943 (ff. 271-4); a copy of the 'Methodist Statement on the Education Bill' (f. 302); answers from the Board of Education to questions submitted by the National Society (ff. 321-4, 359); amendments to the Education Bill requested by the National Institute for the Deaf (ff. 335-6); a memorandum on the Education Bill by the Incorporated Association of Assistant Masters in Secondary Schools (ff. 340-6); and a copy of resolutions passed by the Standing Committee of the National Society on 15 March 1944 (f. 386). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (passim), including an explanatory memorandum on the Education Bill (ff. 247-53), and a memorandum on loans to managers of schools (f. 377); Lynda Grier, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (f. 6), enclosing a report on religious education from Nuffield College (ff. 7-18); John Scott Lidgett, President of the United Methodist Church (ff. 26, 29, 85, 87-8, 257); Michael Bruce (ff. 39-40, 228-30); Richard Henry Tawney (f. 41), enclosing a memorandum on the education white paper (ff. 42-7); George Welsh Currie, member of the House of Laity (ff. 50-6); Leslie Hamilton Lang, Suffragan Bishop of Woolwich (ff. 58, 108), including a report of the Primary Committee of the National Society on sections 3 and 4 of the white paper (f. 59); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 60-1, 86, 132-3, 183, 358, 360-1, 364), including a draft memorandum on the 'dual system' (ff. 62-4); J.C. Dent, Headmaster of Westminster City School (ff. 65-7, 76-7, 95, 104-5, 262, 276, 283); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 89, 109); John Seldon Whale, President of Cheshunt College, Cambridge (f. 91); Lancelot William Joynson-Hicks (f. 106); Malcolm Spencer, Secretary of the Congregational Union of England and Wales (f. 111); Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (ff. 113, 119, 223), including a statement on the National Society's educational policy (ff. 114-16); Wilfred Marcus Askwith, Bishop of Blackburn (f. 120), enclosing a resolution passed by a joint meeting of school managers and members of the diocesan conference (ff. 121-2); George Silverton Richards, Hon. Canon of Guildford (ff. 128-9, 165-8); Edgar Francis Hall, General Secretary of the National Society (passim), including a report of a deputation by the National Society to the President of the Board of Education (ff. 287-8), and notes and comments on the Education Bill (ff. 291-4); Hubert Bayley Drysdale Woodcock (ff. 141-3); John Wycliffe Black (ff. 171, 180, 182); Henry Edward Fitzherbert, Archdeacon of Derby (f. 174), enclosing a resolution passed by the Derbyshire United Christian Council (f. 175); Arthur Rupert Browne-Wilkinson, Canon of Chichester (f. 186); William Spens, Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (f. 189); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 190-1); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (f. 199); Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (ff. 208-9); Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 213, 313, 381, 399); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 214, 235-9, 266, 351); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 218, 231); Henry Urmston Willink, Minister of Health (f. 226); Louis Arnaud Reid (f. 254); Richard Downey, Archbishop of Liverpool (ff. 258, 265); Edwin Thomas Kerby, Hon. Secretary of the Church Schools' Emergency League (f. 269); Alfred Ernest Garvie, Principal Emeritus of Hackney and New College (f. 275); Alan Edward Ellis (f. 282); Bertram Benjamin Slater, Hon. Canon of Chester (ff. 295-6); Spencer Leeson, Headmaster of Winchester College (ff. 300-1, 309, 397); Archibald Walter Harrison, Secretary of the Methodist Education Committee (ff. 307-8); Robert Birley, Headmaster of the Charterhouse (f. 318), including his headmaster's report for November 1943 (ff. 156-8), and a copy of a joint letter to The Times by five headmasters and headmistresses (f. 319); Sir Richard Winn Livingstone, President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford (f. 352); Frederick Crossfield Happold, Headmaster of Bishop Wordsworth's School, Salisbury (f. 363); and Harold Riley, Secretary of the Church Union (f. 366), enclosing resolutions passed by the Church Union (f. 367).

EDUCATION; Adult Education  W.Temple 22  June 1932-23 Oct 1944

350 ff.

EDUCATION  W.Temple 22, ff. 1-229  2 Apr 1944-23 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the policy of the Church of England towards the 1944 Education Act, including a memorandum on the history of Jewish education in Great Britain (ff. 2-7); a draft government amendment to the Education Bill (f. 40); a copy of 'Can Doctrine be Taught in School?' by the Christian Education Movement (ff. 100-5); and a copy of 'The Church and the Education Act 1944' by William James Brown, Canon of Wakefield (ff. 210-19). Correspondents include: Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 1, 22-3); Archbishop Temple (passim); Edgar Francis Hall, General Secretary of the National Society (passim); Sir Robert Edmund Martin (ff. 20, 73), including a copy of his leaflet 'The Education Act, 1944' (ff. 226-9); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (passim); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (ff. 47, 50, 71-2, 79); Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cranborne and Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs (ff. 48, 66); Arthur Claud Spencer Chichester, 4th Baron Templemore (ff. 58-9, 67); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (ff. 69, 94); James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, 4th Marquess of Salisbury (f. 81); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (ff. 84, 97, 142); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 89-92); Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (f. 93); J.C. Dent, Headmaster of Westminster City School (f. 111); Clarence Napier Bruce, 3rd Baron Aberdare (f. 121); Sir Maurice Gerald Holmes, Permanent Secretary of the Board of Education (ff. 122, 140-1, 150); William F. Brown, Titular Bishop of Pella (ff. 128-9); Evelyn Foley Braley, Principal of the College of the Venerable Bede, Durham (f. 138); William Thomas Bailey, President of the Newspaper Society (ff. 152-4); Robert Birley, Headmaster of the Charterhouse (ff. 158, 166-70), including a memorandum on the Fleming Report (ff. 180-7); Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (f. 160); John Allsebrook Simon, 1st Viscount Simon and Lord Chancellor (f. 162); and Sir George Ernest Schuster (ff. 161, 198-9), including a memorandum of the Charterhouse Governing Body on the Fleming Report (ff. 200-9).

EDUCATION  W.Temple 22, ff. 230-350  June 1932-10 Aug 1944

Contents:
Proposals for the development of adult education, including a programme of a conference held at Elfinsward, Haywards Heath, on 10-13 June 1932 by the Teaching Church Group (ff. 230-1), with a list of schools represented (f. 232); an interim report of the Committee on Post-War Adult Education appointed by the British Institute of Adult Education (ff. 244-50); and papers relating to a conference on adult education at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, on 11-12 January 1944 (ff. 251-67, 279-92), and a subsequent conference held at St. Ermin's Hotel, London, on 18 April 1944 (ff. 333-6, 345-6). Correspondents include: Cyril Edward Hudson, Hon. Secretary of the Teaching Church Group for Adult Religious Education (f. 233); Archbishop Temple (passim); Patrick Kevin Irwin, chaplain of the Royal Navy (ff. 235-40); Richard Henry Tawney (passim); John Newsom, Hertfordshire County Education Officer (f. 271), enclosing a draft report on the establishment of an adult educational centre (ff. 272-5); William Emrys Williams, Director of the Army Bureau of Current Affairs (f. 277); Harold Collett Dent, editor of The Times Educational Supplement (ff. 294-6); the National Adult School Union (f. 297); Sir George Ernest Schuster (ff. 300, 321-3); Ernest Green, General Secretary of the Workers' Educational Association (ff. 301, 311, 319); George Douglas Howard Cole (f. 312); Harold Charles Shearman, Education Officer of the Workers' Educational Association (f. 313); Eva M. Hubback, Hon. Secretary of the Association for Education in Citizenship (ff. 315, 332), including a leaflet on the Association (ff. 316-18); and Sir Richard Winn Livingstone, President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford (f. 324).

Egypt and the Sudan - Films  W.Temple 23  2 Jan 1935-28 Dec 1944

433 ff.

EGYPT AND THE SUDAN  W.Temple 23, ff. 1-34  Apr-June 1938


Related information: The form of service for the consecration of the Anglican Cathedral in Cairo [1938] has been removed from William Temple vol. 23 and transferred to: Lambeth Palace Library, Printed Books ref. H5697.C2.

Contents:
Papers relating to the consecration of Cairo Cathedral, including notes by Archbishop Temple on the functions of cathedrals (f. 2); a report of the Fellowship of Unity Service held at the Cathedral on 28 April 1938 (ff. 3-4); an order of service and published copy of Archbishop Temple's sermon in English, French and Arabic for the Fellowship of Unity Service (ff. 5-32); and two letters from Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 33-4).

EGYPT AND THE SUDAN  W.Temple 23, ff. 35-8  12 Jan 1942

Contents:
Report on the diocese by Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan.

EGYPT AND THE SUDAN  W.Temple 23, ff. 39-201  18 Dec 1942-20 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the division of the diocese, including the appointment of a commission and its report (ff. 82-7), the appointment of Alfred Morris Gelsthorpe as the new Bishop in the Sudan, and correspondence on the future role of Francis Featherstonhaugh Johnston, Archdeacon in Egypt. Also includes papers on the Egyptian government's policies toward Christian missions (ff. 39-55), and a proposed international bill of rights for minorities (ff. 126-7, 137-9). Correspondents include: Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (passim), including a memorandum on Christian minorities in Egypt (ff. 158-64); William Paton, Secretary of the International Missionary Council (ff. 47, 52-4); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 48-51); Patrick Scrivener, of the Foreign Office (f. 55); Archbishop Temple (passim); Alfred Morris Gelsthorpe, Assistant Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 58-9, 115-18, 135, 142-7); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (ff. 60-4, 69); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (passim); Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell (ff. 70, 108); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 80, 138); Sir Douglas Newbold, Civil Secretary of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (ff. 92-4); Edward Monier Bickersteth, Secretary of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (f. 123); Handley Douglas Hooper, of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 133-4, 140-1, 154, 182); Miles Wedderburn Lampson, 1st Baron Killearn and British Ambassador to Egypt (ff. 155-6); Eric Robert James Hussey (f. 171); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 173, 189); Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (ff. 174-8, 181, 188, 196); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 185); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 186); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 195, 197, 199-200).

EGYPT AND THE SUDAN  W.Temple 23, ff. 202-13  24 Feb-28 Dec 1944

Contents:
Criticism of the Royal Navy's encouragement of brothels in Alexandria and a brothel under the auspices of the American military in Khartoum, Sudan. Includes correspondence from: the Association for Moral and Social Hygiene (ff. 202, 209); Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 203-4), including statistics on the incidence of venereal disease amongst British, Dominion and Indian forces (f. 205); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 206); Archbishop Temple (ff. 207, 210); the Church of England Moral Welfare Council (f. 208); James Pitt Watson, Convenor of the Church of Scotland Committee on Church and Nation (f. 211); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (f. 213).

Hugh John EMBLING, Assistant Bishop in Korea, 1926-30  W.Temple 23, ff. 214-16  24, 28 Jan 1943

Contents:
Letter from Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill, requesting an assessment of Embling's character, with Archbishop Temple's reply.

ETHIOPIA  W.Temple 23, ff. 217-21  2 Jan 1935

Contents:
Report on the conflict between Italy and Abyssinia by Daniel Arthur Sandford.

Note: Formerly Abyssinia


ETHIOPIA  W.Temple 23, ff. 222-4  10 Aug, 29 Oct 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of Belata Ayellu Gabré as Ethiopian ambassador to the United Kingdom, including letters from Daniel Arthur Sandford, Principal Adviser to the Ministry of the Interior of the Ethiopian Government (f. 222); Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (f. 223); and Archbishop Temple (f. 224).

Note: Formerly Abyssinia


ETHIOPIA  W.Temple 23, ff. 225-311  6 Nov 1942-13 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the Princess Tsahai Memorial Hospital Fund, including correspondence on Archbishop Temple's appointment as Honorary President, copies of printed appeals (ff. 228, 272-5, 309-10), and letters objecting to the Fund on the grounds that it was diverting resources from more urgent needs such as food, clothing and shelter. Also includes correspondence on the activities of Frederick Stephen Temple, nephew of Archbishop Temple, and Stephen Edmund Verney, in connection to a proposed hospital in Syria (ff. 263-5, 278, 287-9, 304-5). Correspondents include: Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst, founder and Hon. Secretary of the Princess Tsahai Memorial Hospital Council (passim); Captain Leonard Henry Green (f. 233); Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Sidney Barton (ff. 236-8, 279-80, 282); David Davies, 1st Baron Davies (ff. 244, 257-8); P. Worq, private secretary to Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (ff. 249, 267, 270); the Friends' Ambulance Unit (ff. 256, 283-5, 290, 292, 294), including a map of roads and railways in Ethiopia (f. 286), and a report by F. Ralph Barlow on his visit there (ff. 295-301); Francis Nicholson Heazell, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 263, 287); Stephen Edmund Verney (ff. 288-9) John Godfrey Matthew, Secretary of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (f. 305); and Laurence William Grensted (f. 311).

Note: Gained total independence 1946. Formerly under periodic French control, 19th-20th centuries; French/British, 1940s.


ETHIOPIA  W.Temple 23, ff. 312-21  27 Oct 1943-18 Apr 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the missionary work of Austin Frederic Matthew in Ethiopia, including his proposed scheme of theological education (ff. 314-18) and a memorandum on the Ethiopian Church during the Italian occupation (ff. 320-1). Also includes letters from Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (f. 313), and Patrick Scrivener, of the Foreign Office (f. 319).

Note: Formerly Abyssinia


EVANGELICAL CHURCHMEN  W.Temple 23, ff. 322-3  8 July 1943

Contents:
Letter from William Edward Daniels enclosing a report on the 'Oxford Conference of Evangelical Churchmen', held at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, on 28-30 June 1943.

EVANGELISM  W.Temple 23, ff. 324-30  1943

Contents:
Report of an evangelistic campaign at Erith, Kent, from 5-13 June 1943.

FAMILY ALLOWANCES  W.Temple 23, ff. 331-9  1 Jan 1942-7 Jan 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to Archbishop Temple's support for family allowances, including letters from: Eva M. Hubback, Vice-Chairman of the Family Endowment Society (f. 331); Archbishop Temple (ff. 332-3, 335-6); and Eleanor Florence Rathbone, Chairman of the Family Endowment Society (f. 334). Also includes cuttings from The Times for 11 June 1942 (ff. 337-9).

FAR EAST  W.Temple 23, ff. 340-4  22 Oct-19 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G., regarding proposed consultations with the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. on post-war missionary work. Includes a memorandum by E.H. Arnold on the Church in Korea (f. 341).

Note: Also known as Corea. Formally annexed by Japan 1910. Divided into two zones, north and south, at the end of World War Two (1945). Two separate regimes formally established in 1948: the Republic of Korea (south), and the Democratic People's Republic (north).


FAR EAST  W.Temple 23, ff. 345-56  6 July-21 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a service for the Anglican dioceses in the Far East, to be held on 27 September in St. Paul's Cathedral. Includes letters from Basil Coleby Roberts, Assistant Bishop of Canterbury (ff. 345-7, 349-50); a cutting from the Daily Telegraph for 23 August 1944 (f. 348); and a letter from Archbishop Temple (f. 351), enclosing the text of his address for the service (ff. 352-6).

Rev. Austin Marsden FARRER, Fellow of St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford  W.Temple 23, f. 357  24 Sep 1943

Contents:
Letter from Oliver Chase Quick, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, on Farrer's candidature for the regius professorship of Divinity at Oxford.

FELLOWSHIP OF ST. ALBAN AND ST. SERGIUS  W.Temple 23, ff. 358-64  14 Oct-26 Nov 1943

Contents:
Letter from Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby, on the establishment of St. Basil's House, a proposed study centre in London for the Fellowship (f. 358). Includes a printed appeal (ff. 359-60) and memorandum (ff. 361-3), with a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 364).

FILMS  W.Temple 23, ff. 365-433  12 Sep 1942-24 Sep 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the production of the film 'The Message from Canterbury' by G.M. Hollering, Joint Director of Film Traders Ltd., including correspondence on a dispute between Hollering and the British Council. Includes script outlines, featuring parts of a sermon by Archbishop Temple, and letters from: Joseph Weston Poole, Precentor of Canterbury Cathedral (f. 393); Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (f. 417); Hollering; Dorothy Howell-Thomas, Secretary to Archbishop Temple; the British Council; and Archbishop Temple (passim).

Films - German Lutherans  W.Temple 24  21 Sep 1930-27 Feb 1955

411 ff.

FILMS  W.Temple 24, ff. 1-227  Sep 1942-Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the production and use of films for religious education and evangelism, including material on: the Church of England Film Viewing Panel; the Dawn Religious Film Trust; the Christian Cinema and Religious Film Society; the formation and development of the Church of England Films Commission, including a statement on its scope and policy (f. 192); and the production of various religious films such as G.M. Hollering's adaptation of T.S. Eliot's 'Murder in the Cathedral' (ff. 169-71). Includes editions of Religious Film Quarterly and Religious Film News Sheets (ff. 1-3, 82-3), and letters and papers from: Arthur William Goodwin Hudson (ff. 4-5, 68), including a report on the production of religious films (ff. 69-76); the Dawn Religious Film Trust (ff. 6-10, 23-30, 128-32); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (ff. 11, 32, 50-1); Benjamin Gregory, Hon. Secretary of the Religious Film Society (ff. 12-13, 67); Gilbert David Barker, Canon of Southwark Cathedral and Chairman of the Church of England Film Viewing Panel (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Gilbert Shuldam Shaw (ff. 34-6), including a report on 'The Use of Films in the Church of England' (ff. 43-6); Richard Edward Parsons, Canon of York (ff. 54, 216-18), including a report on religious films (ff. 55-66); Arthur Stuart Duncan-Jones, Dean of Chichester (ff. 78-80); George Langham Gosling, General Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (passim); Michael Latham Powell (ff. 84, 86, 90); Dorothy Howell-Thomas, Secretary to Archbishop Temple (passim); the Ministry of Supply (f. 97); Stanley W. Edwards, Secretary of the Christian Cinema and Religious Film Society (ff. 106-8, 117, 197), including an appeal for a Christian Film Institute and Studio (f. 118), and a leaflet on the formation of the Christian Film Development Council (ff. 198-9); G.M. Hollering, Joint Director of Film Traders Ltd. (ff. 141, 145); William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (f. 152); Kenneth Julian Faithfull Bickersteth, Archdeacon of Maidstone (ff. 169-70); Harold George Michael Clarke, Secretary to the Christian Frontier Council (ff. 194-6); Lady Madeline Lees (f. 203), enclosing a copy of her report on evangelisation through religious drama (ff. 204-13), for which Archbishop Temple wrote a foreword (f. 215); and Wilfred Marcus Askwith, Bishop of Blackburn (ff. 219-20, 224).

Birger FORELL, Swedish pastor  W.Temple 24, ff. 228-9  20 July, 21 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letters from George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester, and Percy W. Bartlett, Secretary of the Embassies of Reconciliation, on Forell's activities in Great Britain as a visitor to German prisoners of war under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A.

FREE CHURCHES  W.Temple 24, ff. 230-5  21-24 Sep 1930

Contents:
Letters from Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 230-3) and James Vernon Bartlet, Professor of Church History, Mansfield College, Oxford (ff. 234-5), on relations between the Free Churches and the Church of England following the Lambeth Conference of 1930.

FREE CHURCHES  W.Temple 24, ff. 236-93  9 June 1942-26 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning relations between the Free Churches and the Church of England, including the proposed reconvening of a joint conference on reunion. Includes a memorandum on the '"Five Points" Poster Campaign' (ff. 237-9), and correspondence from: Harold Stanley Astbury, Principal of the Chester Diocesan Training College (f. 240); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 241); Archbishop Temple (passim); Robert James Edmund Boggis, Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (ff. 243-5); Alfred Ernest Garvie, Principal Emeritus of Hackney and New College (passim); and Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 258, 261). Also includes a draft document by Garvie for an Anglican and Free Churches joint conference sub-committee meeting to be held on 14 October 1939 (ff. 276-88), with accompanying notes (ff. 289-93).

FREEDOM HOUSE  W.Temple 24, ff. 294-327  28 May 1943-25 Apr 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed centre for safeguarding human rights after the war, and the establishment of citizens' discussions groups to foster greater participation in democracy. Includes letters from Colonel [James Viner] Delahaye and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (passim).

FRENCH PROTESTANT FEDERATION OF NORTH AFRICA  W.Temple 24, ff. 328-37  19 May-25 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the official status of the Federation, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 330, 337); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 331-4); André Boegner, President of the French Protestant Federation of North Africa (f. 335); and Jan Garrigue Masaryk, Czechoslovak Minister of Foreign Affairs (f. 336).

Bishop of FUKIEN, China  W.Temple 24, ff. 338-44  8-24 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the death of Christopher Birdwood Roussel Sargent, Bishop of Fukien, and the appointment of Kwang-Hsu Michael Chang as Assistant Bishop in Fukien. Correspondents include: Chang (f. 338); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (f. 339); Ronald Owen Hall, Bishop of Hong Kong and South China (f. 340); J. Gurney Barclay, Secretary of the Far Eastern Group of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 341-2, 344); and Archbishop Temple (f. 343).

Diocese of GAMBIA AND THE RIO PONGAS  W.Temple 24, ff. 345-59  28 Apr-15 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the suitability of granting permission for Jean Marchaud, Pasteur Missionaire of the Société des Missions Evangéliques de Paris, to minister to the Anglicans in Conakry, French Guinea. Includes letters from: John Charles Sydney Daly, Bishop of Gambia and the Rio Pongas (f. 345); Marchaud (ff. 346-7); Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 348-53); Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (f. 354); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 355-6); and Archbishop Temple (ff. 357-9).

Cyril Forster GARBETT, Archbishop of York  W.Temple 24, f. 360  14 Feb 1942

Contents:
Letter from Garbett on his proposed appointment as archbishop of York.

Cyril Forster GARBETT, Archbishop of York  W.Temple 24, ff. 361-5  13 Dec 1943-23 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence with Archbishop Temple regarding his visit to the U.S.A.

Cyril Forster GARBETT, Archbishop of York  W.Temple 24, f. 366  27 Feb 1955

Contents:
Address on the dedication of a memorial to Archbishops Lang and William Temple in Bishopthorpe Church, Yorksire.

GERMAN LUTHERANS  W.Temple 24, ff. 367-91  14 Aug-19 Oct 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on objections to the ordination in the Church of England of aliens, particularly with regard to the necessity of ordinands taking the oath of allegiance. Includes letters from: Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (ff. 367-8, 373); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 369-70, 376, 384, 388); Archbishop Temple (ff. 371, 377-81, 385-6, 389); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 372, 382); Sir Alexander Maxwell, Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Home Office (ff. 383, 391); and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 390).

GERMAN LUTHERANS  W.Temple 24, ff. 392-7  18 Feb-27 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the celebration of Holy Communion according to the Lutheran Rite, including letters from Julius Rieger, German Theological Secretary to the Christian Fellowship in Wartime (f. 393), and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 396-7).

GERMAN LUTHERANS  W.Temple 24, ff. 398-9  1, 3 Dec 1943

Contents:
Letter from George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester, on a proposed a theological college in London for German Lutherans. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

GERMAN LUTHERANS  W.Temple 24, ff. 400-11  Oct 1944-11 June 1945

Contents:
Correspondence on the 250th anniversary of the church of St. Mary-le-Savoy, London, including letters and papers from Hans H. Kramm (ff. 401-3, 405-11), and a message of greeting from Archbishop Temple (f. 404, 411v). Also includes a further letter from Kramm reminiscing about Archbishop Temple's support for German Lutherans (f. 400).

Germany - Guildford  W.Temple 25  2 Feb 1915-24 Oct 1944

349 ff.

GERMANY  W.Temple 25, ff. 1-6  2 Feb 1915

Contents:
Extract from a letter by F. de Rougement to Dr. J.R. Mott on P.O.W. camps in 1915.

GERMANY  W.Temple 25, ff. 7-94  21 Oct 1933-11 Dec 1934

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to a private protest to President Paul von Hindenburg over concentration camps in Germany. Includes drafts of a joint letter to Hindenburg, Adolf Hitler, and the German ambassador in London, with covering letters (ff. 59-65), and reports by Geoffrey Winthrop Young (ff. 66-75) and Sir Wyndham Henry Deedes (ff. 77-85) on conditions in Germany and an attempt to transmit the joint letter to Hitler during a visit from 24-29 May 1934. Also includes letters and papers from: Kurt Matthias Robert Martin Hahn, founder of Gordonstoun School (ff. 7-13, 21-4, 43), including a memorandum on the histroy of the Nazis (ff. 14-20); Henry Edward Duke, 1st Baron Merrivale (ff. 25-7, 37, 41); Archbishop Temple (ff. 28-9, 33, 36, 50-1, 58, 89), including letters to Adolf Hitler (f. 86) and Joachim von Ribbentrop (ff. 91-3); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 30, 42, 90); George Gilbert Aimé Murray, Chairman of the League of Nations Union (f. 34); George Macaulay Trevelyan (f. 35); Ernest Rutherford, 1st Baron Rutherford (ff. 38, 52); Sir Neill Malcolm (f. 40); Sir Joseph John Thomson, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge (f. 46); [David George Brownlow Cecil], Lord Burghley (f. 47); George Stuart Gordon, President of Magdalen College, Oxford (ff. 53-4); John Masefield (f. 57); Sir Wyndham Henry Deedes (f. 76); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham (ff. 87-8); and Joachim von Ribbentrop (f. 94).

GERMANY  W.Temple 25, ff. 95-106  4 June 1934

Contents:
Letter from Herbert Newell Bate, Dean of York, enclosing his report on discussions held between Roman Catholic and Lutheran theologians in Hermsdorf, Germany, during 21-26 May 1934.

GERMANY  W.Temple 25, ff. 107-13  6, 14 Dec 1938

Contents:
Letters and a memorandum by Kurt Matthias Robert Martin Hahn, founder of Gordonstoun School, on German foreign policy since World War One.

GERMANY  W.Temple 25, ff. 114-188  1938

Contents:
Papers relating to the views of an anonymous German economist on the political situation in Europe, including cuttings from The Economist for 15 October 1938 (ff. 114-15).

GERMANY  W.Temple 25, ff. 189-211  1939

Contents:
Papers concerning relations between Church and State in Germany, including copies of letters by Martin Bormann, private secretary to Adolf Hitler (ff. 189-91); a copy of the German Evangelical Church declaration on the Confessional Church (ff. 199-204); and a document from Kurt Matthias Robert Martin Hahn, including photographs of 'a gate of the Salem Minster' (f. 210) and 'Michael Kirk, Gordonstoun' (f. 211v).

GIBRALTAR  W.Temple 25, ff. 212-25  4 Jan 1942-27 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to complaints against the administration of the diocese made by Herbert Pentin, former canon of Gibraltar. Comprises letters from: Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (f. 212); Pentin (ff. 213-14, 218, 221, 223, 225); Cyril Forster Garbett, Bishop of Winchester (f. 215); Roland Herbert Cragg, Canon and Commissary of Gibraltar (ff. 216, 222); Archbishop Temple (ff. 217, 224); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 219); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 220).

GIBRALTAR  W.Temple 25, ff. 226-45  10 Feb-2 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the future of William Ashley-Brown as Dean and his proposals for the Rock of Gibraltar. Includes letters from: Ashley-Brown (ff. 226-8, 230-1, 235, 242-3, 245); Archbishop Temple (ff. 229, 233, 240-1, 244); Roland Herbert Cragg, Canon and Commissary of Gibraltar (f. 232); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (f. 234); and Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (ff. 238-9).

Note: British Dependent State (1713-)


GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY  W.Temple 25, f. 246  Oct 1935

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple to the editor of the Girls' Friendly Society Review on the standard of purity required for membership.

Diocese of GLASGOW AND GALLOWAY  W.Temple 25, ff. 247-9  18 Dec 1942, 15 Jan 1943

Contents:
Letter from John Charles Halland How, Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, regarding criticism of the 'Report of the commission on Church and social order', with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Ernest Philip GOLDSCHMIDT  W.Temple 25, ff. 250-71  24 Dec 1942-27 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Goldschmidt and Archbishop Temple on the economic reforms suggested in his book 'England's Service', on comparisons of democracy and authoritarianism, and on the nature of the State.

GOOD FRIDAY  W.Temple 25, f. 283  5 Apr 1941

Contents:
Letter from Prime Minister Winston Churchill regarding the observance of Good Friday as a public holiday.

Charles GORE, Bishop of Oxford  W.Temple 25, ff. 284-6  11 Apr 1914

Contents:
Letter from Henry Scott Holland, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, criticising Gore's 'The basis of Anglican fellowship'.

Neville Vincent GORTON, Bishop of Coventry  W.Temple 25, ff. 287-90  4, 9 Dec 1943

Contents:
Proposal to commission lay people for parochial work due to the scarcity of clergy. Includes a form of commission (f. 289) and a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Eric GRAHAM, Principal of Cuddesdon College, Oxford  W.Temple 25, ff. 291-6  6 Aug 1943-17 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on future employment for Graham, including the possibility of his appointment as Bishop of Brechin. Comprises letters from: [Albert] Mansbridge (f. 291); Archbishop Temple (ff. 292, 294); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 293); Graham (f. 295); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (f. 296). Folio 292 also discusses the future of Lambeth degrees.

Walter Henry GRAY, Suffragan Bishop of Connecticut  W.Temple 25, ff. 297-303  25 Apr-3 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence from Gray on his proposals for a Pan-Anglican congress, with letters from Archbishop Temple (f. 301) and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 302).

GREECE  W.Temple 25, ff. 304-20  27 Sep-24 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to goodwill messages to the Greek Orthodox Church for the liberation of Greece. Includes a translation of a joint message from Joachim, Metropolitan of Kozani, Anthony, Metropolitan of Elide, and Demetrius, Metropolitan of Drinos (f. 305), and letters and papers from: the Foreign Office (ff. 304, 320); Archbishop Temple (ff. 310, 315); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 306); and John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 307-8, 312-14, 318), including the text of a broadcast to Athens on behalf of Archbishop Temple (ff. 316-17).

GREECE  W.Temple 25, ff. 321-31  15 June-13 July 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the political situation in Greece, including letters and a memorandum by E.H. Athanassoglou (ff. 321-6, 331); the text of an article by Colonel Stefanos Sarafis on 'Guerilla Warfare and the National War of Liberation' (ff. 327-9); and a letter from Archbishop Temple (f. 330).

GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCHES  W.Temple 25, ff. 332-45  3 Apr-13 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on goodwill messages announcing Archbishop Temple's enthronement to the Oecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople (f. 335) and the Patriarchs of Alexandria (ff. 337-8), Antioch and Jerusalem. Includes letters from: John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 332-3, 336, 339-40, 343); Archbishop Temple (f. 334); and Sir George Henry Gater, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 341).

Bernard William GRIFFIN, Archbishop of Westminster  W.Temple 25, f. 346  23 Dec 1943

Contents:
Goodwill message from Archbishop Temple on Griffin's appointment.

GUILDFORD Cathedral  W.Temple 25, ff. 347-9  12 Dec 1942-20 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford, regarding the latter's proposal for the cathedral to become a memorial to the R.A.F.

Guild of Health - Hubbard, H.E.  W.Temple 26  Feb 1931-16 May 1945

374 ff.

GUILD OF HEALTH  W.Temple 26, ff. 1-101  Sep 1943-21 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the activities of the Guild and the formation of a special Archbishop's Development Committee. Includes a copy of the constitution and rules of the Guild (ff. 1-3), minutes of the inaugural meeting of the Development Committee, held at Lambeth Palace on 21 April 1944 (ff. 95-9), and correspondence from: Godfrey F. Mowatt (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford and President of the Guild (ff. 5, 7, 11, 66); Lady Madeline Lees (f. 31); Dorothy Howell-Thomas, secretary to Archbishop Temple (ff. 8, 18, 45, 48-9, 52, 54, 60, 69, 72); Malcolm Spencer, Chairman of the Guild of Health Council (ff. 23-5, 32-3, 40, 63-5, 73); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (ff. 61, 74, 77); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 80); Maurice Henry Harland, Suffragan Bishop of Croydon (f. 83); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 100).

Llewellyn Henry GWYNNE, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan  W.Temple 26, ff. 102-8  24 Nov-1 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on Gwynne's suggestions for a United Christian Front, following a memorandum by Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon. Includes letters by Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 102), and Archbishop Temple (ff. 107-8).

Llewellyn Henry GWYNNE, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan  W.Temple 26, ff. 109-11  13 Apr, 10 May 1943

Contents:
Report on his visit to Ethiopia, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Note: Formerly Abyssinia


Llewellyn Henry GWYNNE, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan  W.Temple 26, ff. 112-18  17 Mar-7 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on suggested authors for Gwynne's biography, including letters from: Alfred Morris Gelsthorpe, Assistant Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 112-14); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (f. 115); and Archbishop Temple (ff. 116, 118).

Frederick Crossfield HAPPOLD, Headmaster of Bishop Wordsworth's School, Salisbury, Wiltshire  W.Temple 26, ff. 119-41  15 Jan 1944-16 May 1945

Contents:
Letters and papers from Happold on the future development of the School (ff. 120-9, 131-2), including a copy of his booklet 'The Companies of Service Plan II: Preparing for a New Social Order' (ff. 134-41). Also includes two letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 119, 130).

HAWARDEN CASTLE, Flintshire  W.Temple 26, ff. 142-6  May 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on its possible use as a post-ordination training centre, comprising letters from: Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 142); Archbishop Temple (ff. 143, 145); Douglas Henry Crick, Bishop of Chester (f. 144); and Humphrey Charles Baskerville Mynors, of the Bank of England (f. 146).

Frederick Ochterloney Taylor HAWKES, Suffragan Bishop of Kingston-upon-Thames  W.Temple 26, ff. 147-8  29 Aug, 1 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letter from Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark, concerning the future employment of Hawkes and Duncan Armytage, Canon of Southwark. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Arthur Cayley HEADLAM, Bishop of Gloucester  W.Temple 26, ff. 149-50  27 May 1935

Contents:
Letter on relations between the Church of England and the Churches in Czechoslovakia, and on the popularity of Archbishop Temple in Germany.

Arthur Cayley HEADLAM, Bishop of Gloucester  W.Temple 26, f. 151  9 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple on Headlam's proposed resignation.

Arthur Gabriel HEBERT, Tutor at Kelham Theological College, Notts.  W.Temple 26, ff. 152-5  30 May, 5 June 1944

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple commenting on Herbert's 'The Form of the Church', with a reply from Herbert.

Frederick Cyril Nugent HICKS, Bishop of Lincoln, 1933-42  W.Temple 26, ff. 156-98  22 Jan 1943-29 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a memorial service and biography for Hicks, including letters from: Raymond Savage (ff. 156-7, 160, 164, 172); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 158, 177); Archbishop Temple (passim); Ethel Kathleen Hicks, widow of Bishop Hicks (ff. 163, 175, 182); Henry Aylmer Skelton, Bishop of Lincoln (ff. 173, 179, 183); Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (f. 186); Maurice Francis Headlam (ff. 187-8); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 191-2); and Clarence Henry Kennett Marten, Vice-Provost of Eton College (f. 194).

Leonard HODGSON, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, Oxford  W.Temple 26, ff. 199-205  7-18 Jan 1944

Contents:
Correspondence with Archbishop Temple regarding criticism of Hodgson's 'The doctrine of the Trinity', including a letter on the death of Frederick Luke Wiseman, Minister of Wesley's Chapel, London.

HOLLAND  W.Temple 26, ff. 206-10  11-14 Oct 1944

Contents:
Telegrams purportedly from Pieter Sjoerds Gerbrandy, Prime Minister of the Netherlands, requesting prayers for his country and people. Also includes related newspaper cuttings from The Times for 14 October (f. 210) and the Liverpool Post for 12 October (f. 210a).

Note: Also known as Holland. Holland is a region in the Netherlands, the medieval core of the modern nation; but Holland is often used in English to refer to the whole of the Netherlands. Historically referred to as part of the Low Countries


Herbert St. Barbe HOLLAND, Bishop of Wellington  W.Temple 26, ff. 211-13  July-Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence concerning his health, including a letter from Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 211).

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 214-15  18, 20 May 1942

Contents:
Letter from Arthur Ivan Greaves, Suffragan Bishop of Grimsby, on the admission of members of the Church of Sweden to the Anglican Eucharist, and on the permissibility of Anglican clergy celebrating the sacrament according to other rites. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 216-17  30 Sep, 7 Oct 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the admission of Presbyterians to Communion.

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 218-36  9 May, 30 Sep 1942

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Grigg-Smith (f. 218), enclosing a memorandum on the administration of the chalice (ff. 219-35). Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 237-43  4, 10 July 1942

Contents:
Letter from the Rev. Arthur Mervyn Stockwood (f. 237), enclosing a revised order of service for use in joint services with Free Church ministers (ff. 238-41). Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 244-70  17 Nov 1942-15 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the admission of divorcees, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Graham Charles Kinnaird (ff. 249-50, 252, 255, 267-8); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 254).

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 271-3  28 Dec 1942-12 Feb 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the administration of Anglican Communion to Orthodox Greeks in a German P.O.W. camp, including letters from Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (f. 272), and Archbishop Temple (f. 273).

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, f. 274  [1943]

Contents:
Notes on the administration of Communion by deacons from Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London.

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 275-6  9 July 1943

Contents:
Letter regarding the reception of Communion in a Methodist church, and the necessity of fasting beforehand. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 277-84  25 Mar-5 May 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the history of intinction and its practice in Africa, comprising letters from: Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (f. 277); Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 278-83); and Archbishop Temple (f. 284).

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 285-91  19 July-18 Sep 1943

Contents:
Letters on reception of Communion from ministers of non-episcopal churches, with replies from Archbishop Temple (ff. 289, 291).

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 292-4  7 Jan, 11 Apr 1944

Contents:
Letter from Cyril Edgar Stuart, Bishop of Uganda, enclosing his instructions for the celebration of Holy Communion in his diocese. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 295-308  20 June-31 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the celebration of 'solitary masses' without a congregation. Includes letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 297, 299, 304, 307), Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 298), and an extract from the minutes of the Bishops' Meeting held in July 1944 (f. 308).

HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 26, ff. 309-22  26 May-4 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the revised form of service by the Rev. William George Hargrave Thomas (ff. 310-19), comprising letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 309, 322) and Richard Brook, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich (f. 320), and the Needham Market parish magazine for May 1944 (f. 321).

Campbell Richard HONE, Suffragan Bishop of Pontefract  W.Temple 26, f. 323  Feb 1931

Contents:
Message of thanks to Archbishop Temple for officiating at his consecration.

G. Doreen HOPEWELL, Congregational minister  W.Temple 26, ff. 324-9  25 May-30 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Hopewell and Archbishop Temple regarding her being refused permission to participate in a united service in an Anglican church.

Thomas Jeeves HORDER, Baron Horder  W.Temple 26, f. 330  29 Aug 1942

Contents:
Letter defending vivisection in scientific experiments.

Harold Evelyn HUBBARD, Suffragan Bishop of Whitby  W.Temple 26, ff. 368-74  12-24 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on his candidature for the provostship of Eton College, including letters from: Geoffrey Dawson (ff. 368, 372); Cecil Lubbock (ff. 369-70, 373); and Archbishop Temple (f. 371).

Huber, M. - Indian Church Aid Association  W.Temple 27  22 July 1940-19 Oct 1944

411 ff.

Max HUBER, President of the International Red Cross  W.Temple 27, ff. 1-115  2 July 1943-19 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the publication of Huber's 'The Good Samaritan', including a typescript (ff. 34-115) and a foreword by Archbishop Temple (f. 32). Correspondents include: Adolf Keller, General Secretary of the European Central Office for Inter-Church Aid (ff. 1-3, 6, 13-15, 24, 33); Dorothy Howell-Thomas, secretary to Archbishop Temple (ff. 5, 19-21, 23, 26-7, 30-1); Archbishop Temple (ff. 7, 12, 16); Huber (f. 9); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 17, 29); Gustave Gérard Kullmann, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (f. 18); and the International Red Cross Committee (f. 22).

Joseph Wellington HUNKIN, Bishop of Truro  W.Temple 27, ff. 116-18  27-28 Jan 1944

Contents:
Letter from Wilfrid Ryan Johnson on the controversy in 1935 concerning Hunkin's appointment, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Leslie Stannard HUNTER, Bishop of Sheffield  W.Temple 27, ff. 119-21  22 July 1940

Contents:
Letter enclosing his 'Men, Money and the Ministry in the Church of England: Twelve Propositions for Reform'.

CHURCH OF ICELAND  W.Temple 27, ff. 122-30  16 Dec 1943-26 May 1944


Related information: Lambeth Palace Library, William Temple vol. 27, f. 153.

Contents:
Correspondence on plans from the bishop of Iceland for a new church in Reykjavik, including letters from: Nugent Francis Cachemaille-Day, Chartered Architect (ff. 123, 125-7); Archbishop Temple (ff. 124, 128-9); and Stéfan Thorvardsson, Icelandic Minister to the Court of St. James (f. 130).

CHURCH OF ICELAND  W.Temple 27, ff. 131-72  26 June 1943-15 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed exchange of visits with the Church of England, including letters on Iceland's establishment of an independent republic (ff. 168-9, 171). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (passim); Sigurgeir Sigurðsson, Bishop of Iceland (ff. 136, 164); John Charles Fulton Hood, Hon. Canon of Bradford (f. 143); Guy Elwin Millard, of the Foreign Office (ff. 156, 160, 162); and Sir Alexander George Montague Cadogan, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (ff. 170-1).

INDIA  W.Temple 27, ff. 173-289  29 July 1942-10 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the political situation in India, particularly the Quit India Movement and its aftermath. Includes a printed statement from Ernest William Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham (f. 226), a statement by British missionaries in India (ff. 253-4), a published copy of 'Messages to the National Christian Council of India' (ff. 257-64), and correspondence from: William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 173, 195, 199, 214-18, 221); Archbishop Temple (passim), including his letter to The Times for 23 February 1943 (f. 225), and a draft resolution on India (f. 243); Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (ff. 175-6, 210, 238, 274, 276); Syed Waris Ameer Ali, War Services Adviser to the High Commissioner for India (f. 177); Sir Hari Singh Gour (ff. 179-80), including reprints of letters to the Manchester Guardian (ff. 181-2), a copy of his 'Truth about India' (ff. 183-6), and memoranda (ff. 188-94); John Baillie, Professor of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh (f. 203); Henry Sloane Coffin, President of Union Theological Seminary, New York City (ff. 204-6); Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon (ff. 208, 272); the Society of Friends (ff. 212-13); Ronald Owen Hall, Bishop of Hong Kong and South China (f. 219); Vengalil Krishnan Krishna Menon, Joint Secretary of the India League (f. 223); Geoffrey Franceys Cranswick, India Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 227, 255-6); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 233); Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (ff. 242, 249); Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, Minister of Aircraft Production (f. 248); Archibald Percival Wavell, Viscount Wavell and Viceroy and Governor-General of India (ff. 266, 269-70, 277-9); Norman Goodall, Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society (f. 284); and the International Missionary Council (f. 288).

INDIA  W.Temple 27, ff. 290-317  13 Nov 1942-21 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to problems with prostitution in Calcutta, including letters and papers from: Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon (ff. 290, 294, 298-300, 309-10), including a reprint from the Calcutta Diocesan Record for November 1942 (ff. 291-2); Archbishop Temple (ff. 293, 296, 304, 317); Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (f. 297); Paul Joseph Patrick, Assistant Under-Secretary of State to the India Office (ff. 301, 303, 307); and the Association for Moral & Social Hygiene in India (ff. 311-13, 315-16).

INDIA  W.Temple 27, ff. 318-402  7 Oct 1943-24 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the famine in India, including appeals for famine relief and national days of prayer for India. Includes drafts and cuttings of joint letters to the press signed by Archbishop Temple, John Baillie, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 328, 338-9, 375, 392-3, 400), and correspondence from: Geoffrey Franceys Cranswick, India Secretary of the Church Missionary Society and [from 1944] Bishop of Tasmania (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Eric Fenn (ff. 323, 394); Vedanayakam Samuel Azariah, Bishop of Dornakal (ff. 326, 332); Baillie (ff. 329, 341, 365); Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (f. 330); Dorothy Howell-Thomas, secretary to Archbishop Temple (passim); Whitehorn (ff. 340, 366, 373); Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon (ff. 343, 353-4); Ralph Ellis Burlingham (f. 385); and Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (ff. 395, 401). Also includes minutes of a meeting of the executive committee of the British Council of Churches held on 13 January 1944 (ff. 387-90).

INDIAN CHURCH AID ASSOCIATION  W.Temple 27, ff. 403-11  26 Feb 1942-22 Oct 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the Anglo-Indian Schools Fund, including a letter from Bishop Eyre Chatterton, President of the Indian Church Aid Association (f. 403), and a copy of the trust deed (ff. 406-10). Also includes a printed appeal for Anglo-Indian education by Archbishop Temple and the Viceroy of India, with reproductions of their photographs (f. 405v).

SOUTH INDIA  W.Temple 28  6 Jan 1942-30 Oct 1943

381 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed scheme for church union in South India, including correspondence on the validity of orders and sacraments and on potential repercussions of union on relations between the Anglican Communion and the Eastern Orthodox Church. Includes letters of opposition from English parish priests; an address given to the Bombay Church Conference on 4 November 1942 by Richard Dyke Acland, Bishop of Bombay (ff. 23-7); minutes of a deputation on 28 January 1943 to Archbishop Temple regarding the proposed scheme (ff. 35-41); a published copy of 'Christian Unity and Church Reunion', Archbishop Temple's presidential address to Convocation on 25 May 1943 (ff. 136-45), with a manuscript draft of the same (ff. 146-67); minutes of a meeting of the central consultative body of the Lambeth Conference held on 9 July 1943 (ff. 222-4), with a manuscript draft of the same signed by Archbishop Temple, Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York, John Jamieson Willis, Assistant Bishop of Leicester, Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester, Albert Augustus David, Bishop of Liverpool, George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester, Charles Ridley Duppuy, Assistant Bishop of Worcester, Samuel Heaslett, Assistant Bishop of Sheffield, Ernest Denny Logie Danson, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of the Episcopal Church in Scotland, Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield, Bishop Frederick James Western, Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans, Henry Herbert Williams, Bishop of Carlisle, and Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 225-9); sections of The Record for 18 June 1943 (ff. 279a-80); and a copy of 'Church Union and the Relative Validity of Orders' by Rao Bahadur John Kuriyan (ff. 306-11). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Claude Beaufort Moss (ff. 3-5); Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (ff. 6-8); Oliver Chase Quick, Canon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford (ff. 9-10); the Church Missionary Society (f. 11); James Edward Lesslie Newbigin, Church of Scotland Missionary (ff. 13-15); John Russell Darbyshire, Archbishop of Capetown (f. 28); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (ff. 32-4); Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood and Provost of Eton College (ff. 45, 52); Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon (passim); Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 54-5); [Ronald Ralph] Williams, Chairman of the Anglican Evangelical Group Movement (f. 56); the Council for the Defence of Church Principles (ff. 68-70); Henry Joy Fynes-Clinton, founder of the Anglican and Eastern Churches Association (ff. 77-8, 82); Eric Lionel Mascall, Sub-Warden of Lincoln (f. 96); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 97, 100, 366); Thomas Howard Birley, Bishop of Zanzibar (f. 102); Ernest Denny Logie Danson, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of the Episcopal Church in Scotland (f. 103), enclosing a memorandum on the South India scheme by the bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church (ff. 104-6); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 107); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 118-19); William Louis Anderson, Bishop of Portsmouth (ff. 121-2); Neville Vincent Gorton, Bishop of Coventry (f. 135); Albert Edward Baker, Canon of York (ff. 170-1); Walter James Noble, President of the Conference of the Methodist Church (ff. 176-7, 206); Arthur Mervyn Stockwood (f. 181); Alfred Ernest Garvie, Principal Emeritus of Hackney and New College (ff. 184, 189-90); John Baillie, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (f. 186); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 187-8); John Scott Lidgett, President of the United Methodist Church (ff. 193-4); Norman Sykes (ff. 207, 281-5); Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (f. 209); Methodist Missionary Society (f. 210); John Allen Fitzgerald Gregg, Anglican Archbishop of Armagh (f. 215); Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester (f. 216); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 220-1, 368-70, 372); Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (ff. 233, 323); Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (ff. 234-6, 289-96, 315-16, 329, 331-2); Bishop Frederick James Western (ff. 237, 330); Philip Henry Loyd, Bishop of Nasik (ff. 242-57); Reginald Tribe, Director of the Society of the Sacred Mission (ff. 258-64); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 265, 273-8); James Dewolf Perry, Bishop of Rhode Island (ff. 267-8); Trevor Gervase Jalland (ff. 297-8); David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Dean of Norwich (ff. 312, 322); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 321); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 324); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 326-7); Herbert Hamilton Kelly (ff. 333, 342-4), including a copy of the S.S.M. Quarterly, vol. 44, no. 161 (ff. 334-41); Arthur Henry Anstey, Bishop of Trinidad and Archbishop of the West Indies (ff. 352-3), containing opinions on the South India union scheme by George Sumner Hand, Bishop of Antigua, David Williams Bentley, Bishop of Barbados, Alan John Knight, Bishop of Guiana, Spence Burton, Bishop of Nassau and The Bahamas, and Horace Norman Vincent Tonks, Bishop of the Windward Islands; Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 354-5, 367); Walter Robert Adams, Bishop of Kootenay (f. 356); Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 373-4); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 375); and [William Frederick] Lofthouse (ff. 379-81).

SOUTH INDIA  W.Temple 29  1 Nov 1943-13 June 1944

398 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed scheme for church union in South India, including correspondence from: Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (passim), including a published copy of his pamphlet 'South India: The Meaning of the Scheme for Church Union' (ff. 236-53); John Russell Darbyshire, Archbishop of Cape Town (ff. 11-14, 92-3); Archbishop Temple (passim), including a published copy (ff. 218-21) and draft (ff. 222-33) of 'Problems of Unity', his address delivered in the Upper House of Convocation on 21 January 1944, and a printed copy of his reply as metropolitan of Canterbury to formal questions of the metropolitan of India (ff. 291-2); Stephen Frederick Burstal Bedale, Director-General of the Society of the Sacred Mission, along with heads of religious communities (ff. 21-31); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 33, 90, 123, 157, 182, 381); Norman Henry Tubbs, Assistant Bishop and Dean of Chester (f. 43); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 61-2, 129, 172, 265, 271-2); Gregory Dix, Prior of Nashdom Abbey (ff. 68, 103, 122); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 69, 126, 270); Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (ff. 76-7, 333-6); Oliver Chase Quick, Canon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford (ff. 81-2); James Hutchison Cockburn, Minister of Dunblane Cathedral (ff. 89, 116, 382, 394); Harry Bevir Vaisey (f. 91); Robert Cecil Mortimer (f. 95); David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Dean of Norwich (ff. 100, 127, 263-4, 365); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (f. 105); Kenneth Charles Harman Warner, Archdeacon of Lincoln (ff. 124, 132, 163, 322); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 128, 173, 284-9); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 130); Francis de Witt Batty, Bishop of Newcastle, Australia (f. 134), enclosing a leaflet on intercommunion in Australia (ff. 135-8, another copy: ff. 337-40); Bishop Frederick James Western (ff. 156, 368, 390); Frederick Joseph John Shirley, Headmaster of the King's School, Canterbury (ff. 165-8); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 174-8, 205, 207, 275-7); Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (f. 185), enclosing a published copy of his 'Constitutional Episcopacy' (ff. 186-99); James Edward Lesslie Newbigin, Church of Scotland Missionary (ff. 200-3); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (f. 216); Edmund Douglas Merritt, Rural Dean of St. Pancras (ff. 259, 261); Cyril Edward Hudson, Canon of St. Albans (f. 274); Eric Knightley Chetwode Hamilton, Suffragan Bishop of Shrewsbury (f. 299); Edgar William James Hellins, editor of the Canterbury Chronicle of Convocation (f. 301); John William Charles Wand, Bishop of Bath and Wells (ff. 302-4, 343); William Frederick Lofthouse (f. 306); Edward Gordon Selwyn, Dean of Winchester (f. 307); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 313-15); Henry Balmforth, Canon of Ely (ff. 323-7); the Church Union (f. 342); Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon (ff. 350-3, 358); Reginald Tribe, Director of the Society of the Sacred Mission (f. 360); Cecil Douglas Horsley, Bishop of Colombo (f. 362); Vedanayakam Samuel Azariah, Bishop of Dornakal (ff. 369, 391, 393); Raymond Richard Elliott Raynes, Father Superior of the Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield, Yorkshire (ff. 366-7); Henry Dewsbury Alves Major, Principal of Ripon Hall, Oxford (ff. 385-6); Arthur Henry Anstey, Bishop of Trinidad and Archbishop of the West Indies (f. 388); and Howard West Kilvinton Mowll, Archbishop of Sydney (f. 389).

Industry - Jerusalem Chamber Fellowship of Prayer  W.Temple 30  14 Feb 1942-29 Jan 1949

316 ff.

INDUSTRY  W.Temple 30, ff. 1-5  24 Mar-21 Apr 1942

Contents:
Correspondence relating to criticism of long hours of work and excessive wages for young people, including letters from Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (ff. 1-3), and Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service (f. 5).

INDUSTRY  W.Temple 30, ff. 6-23  27 Nov 1942-10 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of chaplains to individual firms, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 10, 13, 22-3); Charles Earle Raven, Master of Christ's College, Cambridge (f. 12); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 14-15); Arthur Guy Clutton-Brock (ff. 16-18); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's (f. 19); and Robert Hamilton Moberly, Suffragan Bishop of Stepney (f. 20).

INDUSTRY  W.Temple 30, ff. 24-82  29 Oct 1942-31 July 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the management and development of industry, including proposals for nationalisation and the representation of labour in management. Includes letters from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Nigel Campbell (ff. 37, 41); Harold George Michael Clarke, Headmaster of Repton School (f. 42), enclosing a pamphlet on a proposed 'National Administrative Staff College' (ff. 43-8); and Harry Duncan McGowan, 1st Baron McGowan (ff. 67, 69, 80-1).

Archibald Kenneth INGRAM  W.Temple 30, ff. 83-95  3-28 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding criticism of his 'Sex-Morality Tomorrow', including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 84-5, 89, 91, 94-5); Ingram (ff. 86, 92-3); and Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Baron Quickswood (ff. 87-8, 90).

Sir Thomas INNES OF LEARNEY, Albany Herald  W.Temple 30, ff. 96-104  14 Feb 1942

Contents:
Letter enclosing a memorandum on land ownership, particularly in Scotland.

Thomas Walker Hobart INSKIP, 1st Viscount Caldecote  W.Temple 30, ff. 105-8  30 July, 3 Aug 1942

Contents:
Letter recommending preferment for several evangelical churchmen, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

INTERNATIONAL BRIGADE ASSOCIATION  W.Temple 30, ff. 109-11  7, 10 Dec 1942

Contents:
Letter requesting Archbishop Temple's support for an appeal to President Roosevelt concerning anti-fascists imprisoned in North Africa. Includes a reply and a letter to the American ambassador from Archbishop Temple.

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE  W.Temple 30, ff. 112-22  5 May-4 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the proposed representation of non-Roman Catholic Churches at the Office, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 114-15, 119, 121); John Gilbert Winant, Ambassador of the United States to the United Kingdom (f. 116); Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (f. 118); and Lady Isobel Cripps (ff. 120, 122).

INTERNATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL  W.Temple 30, ff. 123-53  27 July-26 Nov 1942

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's refusal to become a patron of the Council, including letters from: Jack L. Longland, Chairman of the Council (ff. 123, 126); Archbishop Temple (passim); Mary Trevelyan, Warden of Student Movement House (ff. 125, 152); Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, Lord Privy Seal (ff. 127, 137); William Derrick Lindsay Greer, General Secretary of the Student Christian Movement of Great Britain (f. 133); Frederick William Thomas Craske, General Secretary of the Church of England Youth Council (ff. 139-40, 143); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 142, 145, 149-50); and Sir Herbert James Creedy (ff. 147-8).

IRAN  W.Temple 30, ff. 154-207  8 June 1942-6 Dec 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed scheme for church union in Iran, including: a joint letter from William Jameson Thompson, Bishop of Iran, John Richards Richards, Archdeacon in Iran, and others (f. 154); further letters from Bishop Thompson (ff. 155-7, 203); letters from Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 158-9, 162-4, 197-8, 200, 204-7), including a report (ff. 165-79) and supplementary notes (ff. 180-90) on the proposed United Church in Iran; and letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 160, 199, 201-2). Also includes a leaflet on the proposed union of the Presbyterian Church in the United States and the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States (ff. 191-6).

Note: Before 1935 Persia


IRAN  W.Temple 30, ff. 208-18  29 Dec 1943-18 Jan 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the difficulties of C.M.S. missionaries teaching in state schools in Iran, including letters from: Herbert Arthur Jones, Provost of Leicester (f. 208); Archbishop Temple (ff. 210-11, 218); and Geoffrey Franceys Cranswick (ff. 212-17), including extracts from school reports.

Note: Before 1935 Persia


IRAQ  W.Temple 30, ff. 219-25  9-26 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of David Denton White as chaplain in Basrah, including letters from: John Godfrey Matthew, Secretary of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (f. 219); Archbishop Temple (ff. 220-3); and John Charles Halland How, Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway (f. 224).

Note: Mesopotamia. Gained independence from Britain 1932.


IRAQ  W.Temple 30, ff. 226-9  21 Mar-7 May 1943

Contents:
Letter from Charles Alan Roach, Chaplain at Baghdad, reporting on work in his chaplaincy (ff. 226-7). Includes a letter from William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 228), and a letter from Archbishop Temple (f. 229).

Note: Mesopotamia. Gained independence from Britain 1932.


CHURCH OF IRELAND  W.Temple 30, ff. 230-6  13 Mar-19 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding Irish clergy willing to preach in England, including letters from: Cedric Walter Sowby, Warden of St. Columba's College, County Dublin (ff. 230-2); Archbishop Temple (ff. 233, 236); and Arthur William Barton, Archbishop of Dublin (ff. 234-5).

Frederic Athelwold IREMONGER, Dean of Lichfield  W.Temple 30, ff. 237-61  16 June 1943-1944

Contents:
Note from Iremonger, along with a memorandum and published sermon regarding 'The Cathedral Foundations: Their Function and Staff'.

Frederic Athelwold IREMONGER, Dean of Lichfield  W.Temple 30, ff. 262-3  14 Oct 1948, 29 Jan 1949

Contents:
Reviews in The Oxford Magazine and The Cambridge Review of Iremonger's 'William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury: His Life and Letters'.

ISLAMIC CULTURAL CENTRE AND MOSQUE, Regent's Park, London  W.Temple 30, ff. 264-72  6 July-4 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letter from Charles Alan Roach, Chaplain at Baghdad, reporting on work in his chaplaincy and the rumour that a member of the Royal Family would formally open the Regent's Park Mosque (ff. 264-6). Includes correspondence from: William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (ff. 267-8); Archbishop Temple (ff. 269, 271-2); and Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (f. 270).

Note: Mesopotamia. Gained independence from Britain 1932.


Report of a conference on social conditions in ISLINGTON, Middlesex  W.Temple 30, ff. 273-88  23 Nov 1943

Contents:
Includes a copy of a resolution passed by the conference (signed by social workers and others), and a summary of speeches delivered.

Note: Metropolitan borough 1900-1965. Under the County of London (1888-1965) until 1965.


Eric Whitcliffe JACKSON, Chaplain to the Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company Ltd.  W.Temple 30, ff. 289-92  11 May-15 Oct 1942


Related information: Lambeth Palace Library, William Temple 34, ff. 176-352.

Contents:
Correspondence regarding his permission to officiate on an oil tanker, including letters from: Philip Thomas Byard Clayton, Vicar of All Hallows-by-the-Tower, London (ff. 289-90); Archbishop Temple (f. 291); and Jackson (f. 292).

Trevor Gervase JALLAND, Vicar of St. Thomas the Martyr, Oxford  W.Temple 30, ff. 293-300  22 Sep-8 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Jalland and Archbishop Temple regarding the latter's criticism of 'The Government of the Church', a chapter in Jalland's book 'Thy Household the Church'.

JAMAICA  W.Temple 30, ff. 301-4  17 Jan, 23 Feb 1943

Contents:
Letter from Alexander Garden Fraser, Principal of Friends' College, Jamaica, criticising social conditions on the island. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

JAMAICA  W.Temple 30, ff. 305-11  15 Mar-21 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the S.P.G.'s refusal to send a mission to the diocese of Jamaica, comprising letters from: William George Hardie, Bishop of Jamaica (ff. 305-6, 311); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 307-8); and Archbishop Temple (f. 309-10).

JERUSALEM CHAMBER FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER  W.Temple 30, ff. 312-16  13 May 1943-8 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the activities of the Fellowship, comprising letters from: Garfield Hodder Williams, Dean of Manchester (f. 312); Archbishop Temple (ff. 313, 315, 316v); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (f. 314); and Hugh Christopher Lempriere Heywood, Dean of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (f. 316).

Jerusalem - Jews  W.Temple 31  17 Feb 1937-4 Oct 1944

409 ff.

Diocese in JERUSALEM  W.Temple 31, ff. 1-248  27 Mar 1941-11 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the position of the Anglican dioceses in the Middle East, including the appointment of Weston Henry Stewart, Archdeacon of Palestine, as Bishop in Jerusalem following the death of George Francis Graham Brown. Also includes material on political events in the Middle East, the establishment of an Assyrian school at Tel Tamer, universities in Jerusalem, and the difficulties involved in Stewart's journey to England for consecration. Correspondents include: George Francis Graham Brown, Bishop in Jerusalem (ff. 1-19, 21); Norman Bentwich, Professor of International Relations, Jerusalem University (f. 34), including a copy of his 'Hebrew University: Citadel of the Human Mind' (ff. 36-9); Archbishop Temple (passim); John Godfrey Matthew, Secretary of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (passim); Sir Wyndham Henry Deedes (f. 46); Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (f. 47); Sir Leslie Frederic Scott (ff. 55-6, 63); Sir Walter Turner Monckton (f. 57); Clement Richard Attlee, Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs (f. 59); Edward Monier Bickersteth, Commissary to the Bishop in Jerusalem (passim); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 61); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (ff. 82-3, 89); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (passim); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 90-1); Alan Campbell Don, Canon of Westminster (f. 94); Lilias Marjorie Lunt, wife of Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (f. 96); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 104, 109, 117, 120, 135, 247); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 122-3, 190); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (ff. 124-5); Richard Kidston Law, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Foreign Office (ff. 129-30); Weston Henry Stewart, Bishop in Jerusalem (ff. 144, 199-200, 224, 227-9, 240-1); Henry St. George Tucker, Bishop of Virginia (f. 155); Sir George Henry Gater, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 164); William Paton, Secretary of the International Missionary Council (ff. 182-3, 204, 206); Bishop Paul Fulcrand Delacour de Labilliere, Dean of Westminster (f. 185); Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (f. 197); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (ff. 215, 221); the Hebrew-Christian Alliance of Palestine and the Near East (f. 226); Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 234, 245); and Sir Malcolm Arnold Robertson, Chairman of the British Council (f. 242). Also includes a copy of 'Christian Fellowship in Wartime', no. 15, for November 1942 (ff. 48-54).

JEWS  W.Temple 31, ff. 249-96  8 May 1942-4 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the principles of missionary work among Jews, including correspondence on prayers for Jews and the presidency of the Church Missions to Jews. Correspondents include: James William Parkes (ff. 249, 259, 287-94, 296), including memoranda on 'Christianity and Judaism - Conversion or Co-operation?' (ff. 250-7, 260-7); Archbishop Temple (passim), including a collect for the plight of the Jews composed for use on Good Friday (f. 270); the London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews (ff. 269, 272, 280), including a copy of 'The Jewish Evacuees in our Midst' by the Rev. J.H. Adeney (ff. 273-8); and Arthur William Thomson Perowne, former Bishop of Worcester (ff. 283-5).

JEWS  W.Temple 31, ff. 297-361  17 Feb 1937-16 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to proposals for a Jewish national home, including a memorandum on 'Some Aspects of the Palestine Problem' by Charles T. Bridgeman (ff. 301-17), extracts from The Daily Telegraph (ff. 352-4, 357-9), and correspondence from: Charles Venn Pilcher, Bishop Coadjutor of Sydney (f. 297); the Presidency of the New Zionist Organization (ff. 298-9); Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Wyndham Henry Deedes, Chairman of the British Association for the Jewish National Home in Palestine (ff. 322-3, 326, 328, 333), including a memorandum on the aims of the Association (f. 324); William Wynn Simpson, Joint Secretary of the Council of Christians and Jews (ff. 327, 331); Lord William Percy (ff. 329, 334); Michael Edward Coleman, Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria, Canada (f. 341); Selig Brodetsky, President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews (ff. 343-4); and the Union for the Protection of the Human Person (ff. 346-51).

Note: Under Ottoman rule in the 19th century. Under British control after World War One. State of Israel proclaimed 1948.


JEWS  W.Temple 31, ff. 362-409  7 Apr 1943-28 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to anti-semitism in Great Britain, including papers on a National Council for Civil Liberties conference held on 17 April 1943 (ff. 362-73). Correspondents include: Margery Irene Corbett Ashby (ff. 362, 364, 374, 398); the Committee for a Jewish Army (ff. 375-6, 378-9); Archbishop Temple (ff. 377, 380, 385, 397, 405, 409); Thomas Edward Neil Driberg (ff. 383-4); William Wynn Simpson, Joint Secretary of the Council of Christians and Jews (ff. 387-91, 407); and Maurice Orbach, General Secretary of the Trades Advisory Council (f. 408).

Johnson, H. - Lyttelton, E.  W.Temple 32  7 Feb 1927-7 Oct 1944

446 ff.

Hewlett JOHNSON, Dean of Canterbury  W.Temple 32, ff. 1-6  6 Nov-4 Dec 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding Johnson's application for an increased petrol allowance, comprising letters from Archbishop Temple and the Ministry of Fuel and Power.

Arthur Stuart Duncan-JONES, Dean of Chichester  W.Temple 32, ff. 7-12  14 Oct-4 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding his undertaking to write a book on Christianity and the Second World War, following the death of William Paton, originally intended as its author. Includes letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 7, 9, 11) and Duncan-Jones (ff. 10, 12).

Eric Sinclair Alderton JUDD  W.Temple 32, ff. 13-20  3 Feb-11 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the difficulty in ordaining him during a vacancy in the see of Bath and Wells, including letters from: Judd (ff. 13-14); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 16); Archbishop Temple (ff. 17-18); and George Arthur Hollis, Suffragan Bishop of Taunton (f. 20).

Edmund Arbuthnott KNOX, Bishop of Manchester, 1903-21  W.Temple 32, f. 72  7 Feb 1927

Contents:
Message of congratulation to Bishop Temple on his achievements in the diocese of Manchester.

Diocese in KOREA  W.Temple 32, ff. 73-5  30 Aug 1942-2 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the position of the diocese, including letters from: Alfred Cecil Cooper, Bishop in Korea (f. 73); William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (f. 74); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (f. 75).

LAMBETH CROSS  W.Temple 32, ff. 76-88  18 Oct 1943-2 Feb 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the origin, design and purpose of the Lambeth Cross, including an official account (ff. 86-7) and correspondence from: Alan Campbell Don, Canon of Westminster (ff. 76-8, 85); Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (ff. 79-80, 82, 88); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 81); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 83); and Archbishop Temple (ff. 84).

LAMBETH DEGREES  W.Temple 32, ff. 89-96  11 Dec 1942-3 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding an offer of a Lambeth D.D. to Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell. Comprises letters from: Sir William David Ross, Provost of Oriel College, Oxford (f. 89); Archbishop Temple (ff. 90, 92, 95-6); Barry (f. 91); and Arthur Rowland Harry Grant (ff. 93-4).

LAMBETH DEGREES  W.Temple 32, ff. 97-105  19 Nov-20 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the awarding of a Lambeth D.D. to Anthony Charles Deane, Canon of Windsor. Correspondents include: Edward Gordon Selwyn, Dean of Winchester (ff. 97, 99); Archbishop Temple (ff. 98, 102, 104); Robert M'Gowan Barrington-Ward, editor of The Times (f. 100); Albert Victor Baillie, Dean of Windsor (f. 101); Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (f. 103); and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 105).

LAMBETH DEGREES  W.Temple 32, ff. 106-9  30 June-5 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and the Rev. Louis John Baggott, Vicar of Great Yarmouth, regarding the possibility of his receiving a Lambeth D.D. and the suggestion that he instead apply to Cambridge University.

St. Mary's, LAMBETH, Surrey  W.Temple 32, ff. 110-30  9 May-19 Nov 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the appointment of Henry Hedley as rector, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 112-13, 120-1, 125, 128); Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (ff. 114, 126); Edwin George Bucknill (ff. 110, 115); Frederick Ochterloney Taylor Hawkes, Suffragan Bishop of Kingston-on-Thames (f. 116); Edward Michael Gresford Jones, Suffragan Bishop of Willesden (f. 118); Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (f. 119); Hedley (ff. 122-3, 127); and Alfred Llewelyn Jones, former rector of the parish (f. 124).

LAMBETH PALACE  W.Temple 32, ff. 131-43  20 Sep 1941-9 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the restoration of the chapel after war damage, and provision of a temporary chapel. Includes letters from John Russell Darbyshire, Archbishop of Cape Town, proposing that the restoration be financed by subscription of the bishops of the Anglican Communion (ff. 131, 134-5), and additional correspondence from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 132-3, 139, 141, 143); Nugent Francis Cachemaille-Day, Chartered Architect (ff. 136-8, 140); and James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (f. 142).

Note: The site was acquired by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1197. For Lambeth Palace Library, see corporate name authority record.


LAMBETH PALACE  W.Temple 32, ff. 144-6  21-29 May 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and T.F.W. Grant regarding the repair of the walls adjoining the churchyard and the garage yard.

Note: The site was acquired by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1197. For Lambeth Palace Library, see corporate name authority record.


LAMBETH PALACE  W.Temple 32, ff. 147-9  7-13 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding damage caused by flying bombs in Lambeth, and the offer to store furniture from bombed houses in the vicinity in the palace. Includes letters from W. Lockyer, Mayor of the Metropolitan Borough of Lambeth, and Archbishop Temple.

Note: The site was acquired by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1197. For Lambeth Palace Library, see corporate name authority record.


LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY  W.Temple 32, ff. 150-65  23 May-13 Aug 1942


Related information: MSS 1374-88

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the 1923 deposit of the papers of Baroness Angela Georgina Burdett-Coutts in the Library (MSS. 1374-88), including an account of the provenance of the papers (ff. 152-3) and correspondence from: Hugh Burdett Money-Coutts, 6th Baron Latymer (ff. 150-1, 155, 162-3); Archbishop Temple (ff. 154, 156, 159, 161, 165-6); Claude Jenkins, Lambeth Librarian (ff. 157-8); and George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 160, 166v).

LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY  W.Temple 32, ff. 166-71  29 Oct-18 Nov 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed restructuring of the Library after the war, including plans for it to be placed under the control and financial responsibility of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. Includes correspondence from Archbishop Temple (ff. 166, 171) and James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (ff. 167-70).

LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY  W.Temple 32, ff. 172-4  4-10 May 1943

Contents:
Letter from Bishop Edwin James Palmer offering to donate his uncle's books to the Library (f. 172), with letters from Irene Josephine Churchill, Assistant Lambeth Librarian (f. 173), and Archbishop Temple (f. 174).

Cosmo Gordon LANG, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1928-42  W.Temple 32, ff. 175-9  5-10 May 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the whereabouts of John William Charles Wand, Bishop of Bath and Wells and former Archbishop of Brisbane, and shares in an armaments firm alleged to have been held by Archbishop Lang. Includes letters from: George Branson (ff. 175-6); Archbishop Temple (ff. 177, 179); and Baron Lang (f. 178).

Bertram LASBREY, Bishop on the Niger  W.Temple 32, ff. 180-8  1 Mar 1943-29 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding conditions in his diocese and his forthcoming resignation, comprising letters from: Lasbrey (ff. 180-2, 184, 186); Archbishop Temple (ff. 183, 185, 188); and Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (f. 187).

LAY READERS  W.Temple 32, ff. 189-200  30 Apr 1942-10 Nov 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the position of lay readers in the Army and the re-publication of 'Regulations Respecting Readers'. Includes a copy of the regulations (ff. 192-7) and letters from: Geoffrey Franncis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 189); Edgar William James Hellins (f. 191); Archbishop Temple (f. 198); and Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Salisbury (f. 199).

LAY READERS  W.Temple 32, ff. 201-3  13, 18 July 1944

Contents:
Letter from Frederick Brodie MacNutt, Canon of Canterbury, regarding the principles concerning preaching by lay readers in Free Church chapels. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES  W.Temple 32, ff. 204-10  27 July-7 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding opposition to racial discrimination and the effects of American forces stationed in England. Includes a copy of the League's charter (f. 205) and letters from Harold Arundel Moody, Founder and President of the League (ff. 204, 207, 209), and Archbishop Temple (ff. 206, 210).

LEAGUE OF NATIONS  W.Temple 32, ff. 211-15  9-10 Mar 1936

Contents:
Letter from Kenneth Hugh de Courcy, Hon. Secretary of the Imperial Policy Group, regarding policy on the dispute between France and Germany. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

LEAGUE OF NATIONS  W.Temple 32, ff. 216-21  19 Nov, 2 Dec 1943

Contents:
Joint letter from the League of Nations Union signed by Edgar Algernon Robert Cecil, 1st Viscount Cecil, George Gilbert Aimé Murray, Victor Alexander George Robert Lytton, 2nd Earl of Lytton, Kathleen D'Olier Courtney, Herbert Sutton Syrett, and James Eric Drummond, 16th Earl of Perth (f. 216), enclosing a draft proposal for a successor to the League (ff. 217-20). Also includes a further letter from Viscount Cecil (f. 221).

LEBANON  W.Temple 32, ff. 222-5  21 Nov-2 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on a joint telegram from Ibrahim ar Rawi and Yusuf Ata, Mufti of Iraq, criticising French actions in Lebanon (ff. 223-4). Includes a letter from Rodney Alexander Gallop, of the Foreign Office (f. 222).

LEE ABBEY, Lynton, Devon  W.Temple 32, ff. 226-52  16 June-14 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the proposed use of the Abbey as a centre for evangelism, including a draft trust deed (ff. 238-46), and letters from: Roger Hugh de Pemberton, Rochester Diocesan Director of Evangelism (ff. 226, 236-7, 251); Archbishop Temple (ff. 235, 247, 250, 252); Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter (f. 248); and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 249).

LENT  W.Temple 32, ff. 253-63  1 Feb-10 Mar 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the publication of a scheme for intercessions during Lent, including a manuscript draft of the scheme (ff. 254-7), a cutting of the scheme as printed in the Manchester Guardian (f. 263), and correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Robert M'Gowan Barrington-Ward, editor of The Times.

LIBRARIES  W.Temple 32, ff. 264-9  16 Mar-11 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding proposals of the Library Association for the development of public libraries, including letters from Arundell James Kennedy Esdaile, President of the Library Association (ff. 264, 269), and Archbishop Temple (ff. 265-7).

Cathedral of LICHFIELD  W.Temple 32, ff. 270-3  10-22 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Frederic Athelwold Iremonger, Dean of Lichfield, regarding candidates for the posts of canon and precentor in Lichfield Cathedral.

Bishop of LINCOLN  W.Temple 32, ff. 274-8  11 June-3 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the appointment of Henry Aylmer Skelton, Suffragan Bishop of Bedford, as Bishop of Lincoln. Includes letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 274-5, 277-8) and Cyril Edward Hudson, Canon of St. Albans (f. 276).

Erica LINDSAY, wife of Alexander Dunlop Lindsay, Master of Balliol  W.Temple 32, ff. 279-87  3 July 1942

Contents:
Note and essay on the decline of Christianity as a revolutionary force.

LITURGY  W.Temple 32, ff. 288-352  25 Sep 1942-4 July 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the proposals of the liturgical committee appointed by the Bishops' Meeting, including correspondence on the appointment of the committee, letters on the controversy over the inclusion of a form of service for the blessing of 'civil marriages', and a copy of the committee's report (ff. 303-11). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (passim); Richard Brook, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich (f. 289); Alfred Walter Frank Blunt, Bishop of Bradford (ff. 290, 302); Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (ff. 291, 326, 329-30, 333, 340-1); Francis Underhill, Bishop of Bath and Wells (f. 292); Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter (ff. 293, 298); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (f. 294); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 295-6, 300, 322, 332); Noel Baring Hudson, Bishop of Newcastle (f. 312); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 313, 319); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 315-16); William Thomas Havard, Bishop of St. Asaph (f. 324); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (f. 334); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (f. 339); and Alfred Edwin Monahan, Bishop of Monmouth (f. 343), enclosing a booklet on 'Forms of Prayer for Public Use in Time of War' (ff. 345-52).

Diocese of LIVERPOOL  W.Temple 32, ff. 353-408  9 July 1942-11 Oct 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to criticism of the financial administration of the diocese, including copies of the Sefton Parish Paper for August 1942 (ff. 388-9), November 1942 (ff. 391-2), and December 1942 (ff. 393-4), and pamphlets by James Stanley Bezzant, Canon of Liverpool (ff. 395-6, 403-5). Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (ff. 355, 358, 376-8, 390, 402, 408); William Wingfield Longford (ff. 357, 373, 375, 383, 385-6, 406); Cyril Frederick Twitchett, Archdeacon of Liverpool (ff. 359-60, 372, 380, 397); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 361); and Charles Earle Raven, Master of Christ's College, Cambridge (f. 387).

Diocese of LIVERPOOL  W.Temple 32, ff. 409-15  1 Feb-30 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on candidates for the vacant see and the appointment of Clifford Arthur Martin. Includes letters from Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 414), and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 415).

LONDON ALMSHOUSES  W.Temple 32, ff. 416-26  19 May, 1 June 1944

Contents:
Letters and a memorandum on the work of almshouses in London.

Note: London as it existed under London County Council, 1889-1965, comprising the City of London and the vestries, succeeded by the 28 metropolitan boroughs, 1900, also taking areas from Middlesex, Surrey and Kent. After 1965, see Greater London.


Ernest Neville LOVETT, Bishop of Salisbury  W.Temple 32, ff. 427-30  7 Aug-12 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence criticising his attitude to the role of women in the Church of England, including a letter from Margery Irene Corbett Ashby (f. 427) with a reply from Archbishop Temple (f. 430).

Geoffrey Charles Lester LUNT, Bishop of Ripon  W.Temple 32, ff. 431-44  16 Jan-15 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on his visit to the Middle East, including letters from: Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 431-2); Lunt (ff. 433-5, 441, 443); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 436-7); Archbishop Temple (ff. 438-9, 442); and Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (f. 440).

Rev. Edward LYTTELTON, Headmaster of Eton, 1905-16  W.Temple 32, ff. 445-6  19 Dec 1941

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple regarding his appreciation of an article on education by Lyttelton.

McCulloch, J. - Malvern Conference  W.Temple 33  Jan 1941-13 Sep 1944

365 ff.

Joseph McCULLOCH, Rector of Chatham, Kent  W.Temple 33, ff. 1-68  7 Oct 1942-16 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to his proposals for church reform, including the disestablishment of the Church of England and the formation of the 'Servants of the Spirit'. Correspondents include: McCulloch (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Frederic Athelwold Iremonger, Dean of Lichfield (ff. 5-6, 21); Robert Frith Lusty (f. 19); Arthur Mervyn Stockwood (ff. 41-2); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (f. 53); and Sir John Cronyn Tovey, Admiral of the Fleet (f. 63).

Archibald James Florence MacDONALD  W.Temple 33, ff. 69-75  15-23 May 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on his proposal for a new political party.

Arthur Tarleton MACMILLAN  W.Temple 33, ff. 76-85  26 Jan-3 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's refusal to write an introduction to Macmillan's book 'What is Christian Marriage'. Includes letters from: Macmillan (ff. 76, 78, 80); Archbishop Temple (ff. 77, 79, 81, 84-5); and Harry Bevir Vaisey, Commissary-General of the Diocese of Canterbury (ff. 82-3).

John Victor MACMILLAN, Bishop of Guildford  W.Temple 33, ff. 86-107  30 Apr-13 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence concerning his health, including letters from: Feilding Hay Ottley, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 86, 101-4); Archbishop Temple (ff. 87, 91, 93-5, 98, 105-6); Macmillan (ff. 88-9, 92, 96, 99-100, 107); Cyril Henry Golding-Bird, Assistant Bishop of Guildford (f. 90); and Peter Macmillan, son of Bishop Macmillan (f. 97).

MADAGASCAR  W.Temple 33, ff. 108-15  5 July-4 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding Archbishop Temple's alleged support of the Mission Protestante Francaise, including letters from: Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (f. 108); Gerald Richard Vernon, Bishop in Madagascar (f. 109); Archbishop Temple (f. 110); and Norman Goodall, Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society (ff. 112, 114).

MAIDSTONE PRISON, Kent  W.Temple 33, ff. 116-25  12 Jan 1943-29 Feb 1944

Contents:
Annual reports for 1942 and 1943 by the chaplain.

MALABAR CHRISTIANS  W.Temple 33, ff. 126-38  28 July 1943, 11 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence and two petitions submitted to Archbishop Temple for forwarding to Mar Easai Simon XXIII, Catholics of the East.

MALVERN CONFERENCE  W.Temple 33, ff. 139-365  Jan 1941-June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to developments arising from the Malvern Conference, including the formation and activities of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Conference of Industrialists and Economists with Theologians. Includes a programme for the Malvern Conference (ff. 139-40); a manuscript draft of Archbishop Temple's opening address (ff. 146-58); minutes of the final session, held on 10 January 1941 (ff. 159-67); a copy of 'The Witness' for 23 January 1941, containing an account of the conference (ff. 197-204); a copy of 'The Life of the Church and the Order of Society' (ff. 209-16); a copy of the 'Malvern Priory Magazine' for February 1941 (ff. 247-53); a copy of 'The Malvern Torch' for December 1941 (ff. 290-1); 'Malvern and After', the report of the Committee of Industrialists and Economists with Theologians (ff. 301-10); and letters and papers from: Richard Edward Parsons, Canon of York (f. 183); Alexander Roper Vidler, Warden of St. Deiniol's Library, Hawarden (ff. 184-5); Ramsay Muir (ff. 179, 187-8, 190-5); Archbishop Temple (passim); Herbert Arthur Hodges (ff. 206-7, 235-6); Barbara Mary Ward, Hon. Secretary of the Sword of the Spirit (f. 208); Thomas Stearns Eliot (f. 219); Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (passim); Sir Richard Thomas Dyke Acland (ff. 226-9, 322-3); Vigo Auguste Demant (ff. 234, 268-9, 273); Michael Bruce (ff. 237-9); Bryan Stuart Westmacott Green (ff. 243-4); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 254); Sir Richard Stafford Cripps (f. 283); John Maynard Keynes (ff. 287-8); Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (f. 300); and Sir George Ernest Schuster (ff. 354-5).

Marriage - Montgomery, B. L.  W.Temple 34  5 Nov 1926-16 Oct 1944

378 ff.

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 1-4  20, 24 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the grounds for refusing a special marriage licence.

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 5-12  24 June-23 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding criticism of the Roman Catholic position on mixed marriage, including letters from James Donald Scanlan, Vice-Chancellor of the diocese of Westminster (f. 8-9), and Archbishop Temple (ff. 10, 12).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 13-23  9 Oct 1942-17 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to marriages between U.S. servicemen and English women, including a memorandum by Walter Somerville Wigglesworth, Chancellor of the diocese of Bath and Wells (f. 14), and letters from: Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 15, 21); Augustine John Hodson, Suffragan Bishop of Tewkesbury (ff. 16-17); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 18); Archbishop Temple (ff. 19-20); and Jacob Loucks Devers, Commanding General of the U.S. Army in Europe (f. 22).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 24-52  2 June 1942-5 Apr 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to marriage by proxy, including letters from: Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (ff. 24, 28); Archbishop Temple (ff. 25, 32, 48-9); Maurice Henry Edwards, Chaplain-in-Chief to the Royal Air Force (f. 31); the Church of England Moral Welfare Council (f. 33); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 34, 50); Robert Cecil Mortimer (ff. 37, 39), including a memorandum on 'Marriage by Proxy in the Canon Law' (ff. 40-7); and Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (f. 51).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 53-65  25 Nov 1942-3 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the criticism of licence fees, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 54, 56, 58-9, 64-5); Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (f. 57); and Arthur Mervyn Stockwood (ff. 60-3).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 66-9  Oct 1943

Contents:
Letter from Arthur Clow Ford, Extension Registrar of the University of London, enclosing a draft syllabus of lectures by D.R. Mace, General Secretary of the Marriage Guidance Council. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple criticising aspects of the syllabus.

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 70-82  11 Sep 1942-2 Feb 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding episcopal control over the issue of licences, including letters and papers from: Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (f. 70); Alfred Thompson Denning (ff. 71, 73-4, 76); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 79); Archbishop Temple (ff. 80, 82); and Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (f. 81).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 83-95  14 July-18 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on marriage in unlicenced buildings, including a copy of a Marriages Provisional Order (ff. 84-6), and letters from: Richard William Alan Onslow, 5th Earl Onslow (ff. 83, 90, 92, 94); Archbishop Temple (ff. 87, 89, 93, 95); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 88); and Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (f. 91).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 96-107  2 June 1943-1 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the marriage of divorcees in church, including letters from: Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (f. 96); Archbishop Temple (ff. 97, 102, 104, 107); John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (ff. 98-9); John William Charles Wand, Bishop of Bath and Wells (ff. 101, 103); and Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (ff. 105-6).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 108-19  3 Apr-2 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the marriage of unbaptised persons in church, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 109-10, 117-18); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 111-12); and Noel Baring Hudson, Bishop of Newcastle (f. 116).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 120-2  9-10 June 1943

Contents:
Letter from Richard Brook, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich, regarding his opposition to a marriage between the Rev. Rupert Henry William Kneese and a divorcee. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 123-6  10 Feb-17 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's refusal to grant the Rev. John Christopher Kinnear a benefice in the diocese of Canterbury, owing to his having remarried after a divorce. Comprises letters from: Albert Augustus David, Bishop of Liverpool (f. 123); Archbishop Temple (ff. 124, 126); and Kinnear (f. 125).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 127-8  28 Aug, 1 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letter from Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter, regarding the potential remarriage of the Rev. Robert John Henderson-Begg, a divorced clergyman. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 129-30  27, 30 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letter from Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester, regarding the suspension from parochial office of those remarrying after divorce. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 131-8  11 Jan-26 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed service of rededication for couples parted during the war, including letters from: Henry Urmston Willink, Minister of Health (f. 131), enclosing a copy of the 'Toc H Journal' for January 1944 (ff. 132-3); Archbishop Temple (ff. 134-5); and Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (ff. 136, 138).

MARRIAGE  W.Temple 34, ff. 139-40  [n.d.]

Contents:
'Christian Marriage - A Letter from the Archbishop of Canterbury to those who desire to be married in Church'.

MARRIAGE GUIDANCE COUNCIL  W.Temple 34, ff. 141-58  26 Nov, 8 Dec 1942

Contents:
Letter from Arthur Herbert Gray, founder of the Council (ff. 141-2), enclosing memoranda and leaflets on its activites (ff. 143-57) and requesting Archbishop Temple to act as a joint president. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple refusing the request (f. 158).

Arthur Kenneth MATHEWS, Vicar of Forest Row, Sussex  W.Temple 34, ff. 159-66  18 Nov 1943-11 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on his appointment to the Christian Frontier Council, including letters from: Albert Mansbridge (f. 159); Mathews (f. 160); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham (ff. 161-3); Archbishop Temple (ff. 164, 165v); and John Kenneth Wilson, Chaplain of the Fleet (f. 165).

Walter Robert MATTHEWS, Dean of St. Paul's  W.Temple 34, ff. 167-9  22 Nov, 15 Dec 1943

Contents:
Letter from Matthews declining the regius professorship of divinity, Oxford, and the bishopric of Liverpool. Includes a letter from Archbishop Temple to Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

MELANESIA  W.Temple 34, ff. 170-1  18 July 1944

Contents:
Report on the diocese by Walter Hubert Baddeley, Bishop of Melanesia.

MEMORIAL SERVICES  W.Temple 34, ff. 172-5  4-10 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Eric Stephen Loveday, Vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, regarding increased numbers of memorial services.

MERCHANT NAVY  W.Temple 34, ff. 176-352  12 Dec 1942-May 1944


Related information: Lambeth Palace Library, William Temple 30, ff. 289-92

Contents:
Correspondence on proposals for placing chaplains on merchant ships, including letters from: Philip Thomas Byard Clayton (passim); Sir Thomas Royden (f. 178); George Legh-Jones (ff. 180-2); Archbishop Temple (passim); Thomas Crick, Chaplain of the Fleet (ff. 190, 192, 196); Sir John Cronyn Tovey, Admiral of the Fleet (f. 194); John Hereward Edelsten, Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty (ff. 199-200, 215, 224); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 203); Charles Jarman, Acting General Secretary of the National Union of Seamen (ff. 220, 225); Richard Snedden (ff. 223, 225); William Harry Coombs, President of the Officers' Merchant Navy Federation (ff. 230, 234-5, 238); Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (f. 231); Sir Geoffrey Arthur Romaine Callender, Director of the National Maritime Museum (f. 236); and Lawrence Durning Holt (ff. 240-1). Also includes replies from merchant shipmasters to a questionnaire on life at sea and the advisability of having such chaplains (ff. 242-352).

METHODIST WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP  W.Temple 34, ff. 353-9  14-27 Jan 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed campaign to promote Christian values for home life, including letters from: Leslie Frederic Church, President of the Methodist Conference (ff. 353-5); Archbishop Temple (f. 358); and Ralph Ellis Burlingham (f. 359).

Suffragan Bishop of MIDDLETON  W.Temple 34, ff. 360-2  5, 8 Nov 1926

Contents:
Letters from Richard Godfrey Parsons and Harold John Smith on being nominated for the post.

Ian MIKARDO, M.P. (1945)  W.Temple 34, ff. 363-4  31 Jan, 2 Feb 1944

Contents:
Letter requesting advice on cooperation between Christians and atheists in politics, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Alexander Victor Edward Paulet MONTAGU, Viscount Hinchingbrooke  W.Temple 34, ff. 365-74  14 Sep-16 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence with Archbishop Temple regarding his 'Two Addresses on the Present State of the Church of England', including a copy of the addresses (ff. 369-74).

Field-Marshal Bernard Law MONTGOMERY  W.Temple 34, ff. 375-8  1 Feb-12 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the need to encourage home-based fighting forces and munitions workers, and on Montgomery's promotion from general to field-marshal. Includes a message of congratulation from Archbishop Temple to Montgomery (f. 377), and a reply (f. 378).

Moravian Church - National Council for Pastoral and Medical Co-operation  W.Temple 35  30 Apr 1929-20 Nov 1944

459 ff.

MORAVIAN CHURCH  W.Temple 35, ff. 1-5  13 May-14 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the validity of its Orders, including letters from Ian Hugh White-Thomson, chaplain to Archbishop Temple (f. 3, 5), and Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (f. 4).

MORAVIAN CHURCH  W.Temple 35, ff. 6-38  19 June-12 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the Anglican refusal to consecrate a Moravian bishop, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 8-9, 27-9, 35-6); Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 10, 13, 15-24, 26, 37); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 11-12, 25); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 30, 34), including a copy of a 1937 report on the Moravian Church drawn up for the Lambeth Conference of 1940 (ff. 31-3).

Stuart Denton MORRIS  W.Temple 35, ff. 39-45  1-21 Jan 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to a character reference from Archbishop Temple for Morris's trial under the Official Secrets Acts.

MOTHERS' UNION  W.Temple 35, ff. 46-172  30 Apr 1929-18 Mar 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the organisation of the Union and its policies on issues such as birth control, divorce and Christian education. Correspondents include: Kathleen L. Boustead, Central President of the Mothers' Union (ff. 46, 80); Archbishop Temple (passim); Elaine Herbert, wife of Bishop Percy Mark Herbert (f. 67); Nina Katherine Woods, Central President of the Mothers' Union and wife of Bishop Frank Theodore Woods (passim); Herbert Hensley Henson, Bishop of Durham (ff. 76-8); Henry Townsend Vodden, Suffragan Bishop of Hull (ff. 91-2); Cyril Argentine Alington, Dean of Durham (ff. 93-6, 103-4, 108-9); Hester Margaret Alington, wife of Dean Cyril Argentine Alington (ff. 105-7, 114, 130-1, 137-9); Violet Agnes Vodden, wife of Bishop Henry Townsend Vodden (ff. 110-13, 115); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 116, 129): Albert Augustus David, Bishop of Liverpool (ff. 117-18); Douglas Henry Crick, Bishop of Chester (f. 119); Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Blackburn (f. 120); Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (f. 121); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (f. 122); Henry Mosley, Bishop of Southwell (f. 123); Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams, Bishop of Durham (f. 124); Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (f. 142); and Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (ff. 164, 168).

Godfrey F. MOWATT  W.Temple 35, ff. 173-94  29 Apr 1942-16 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's recommendation of his work as a spiritual healer, including letters from: Mowatt (ff. 173-5, 177-8, 180-3, 185); [Kenneth Norman] Bell (f. 176); Archbishop Temple (ff. 179, 184); Neville Vincent Gorton, Bishop of Coventry (ff. 186, 189-90); Noel Baring Hudson, Bishop of Newcastle (f. 187); Ian Hugh White-Thomson (ff. 188, 192, 194); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 191); and James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (f. 193).

Frederick Dudley Vaughan NARBOROUGH, Provost of Southwark  W.Temple 35, ff. 195-200  22 July-4 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding proposed guidance in Christian principles for social workers.

NASHDOM ABBEY, Buckinghamshire  W.Temple 35, ff. 201-4  31 May-24 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford, regarding the election of Bishop Vibert Jackson as Visitor of the abbey.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BOYS' CLUBS  W.Temple 35, ff. 205-47  17 Sep 1943-20 Nov 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of a commission on religion in the Association, including a copy of the commission's report (ff. 229-36) and letters from: Clarence Napier Bruce, 3rd Baron Aberdare and Chairman of the Association (ff. 205, 211, 213, 219, 240), including a copy of his address to the annual conference held in July 1943 (ff. 206-7); Archbishop Temple (passim); Martin Willoughby Parr (passim); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's (ff. 214, 242); Maurice Henry Edwards, Chaplain-in-Chief to the Royal Air Force (f. 216); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 246).

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR PASTORAL AND MEDICAL COOPERATION  W.Temple 35, ff. 248-459  25 Mar 1936-3 Mar 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the formation and policies of the Council and its precursors, including a leaflet on the London Clinic for Religious Psychology (ff. 263-4); a printed appeal (ff. 265-6); financial accounts (ff. 301-5, 342); a cutting from The Times for 27 May 1939 on the formation of the Council (f. 337); and a proposal for a state system of social therapy (ff. 403-12). Also includes papers on the assumption of its activities by the Guild of Health. Correspondents include: Alice Graham Ikin, Organising Secretary of the Council (passim), including a reprint of her 'Religion and Psychotherapy' from the April 1937 edition of 'Mental Welfare' (ff. 272-3), and reports on her work (ff. 280-97, 369-97); John Francis Lovel Southam, Canon of Chester (ff. 249-51); Laurence William Grensted, Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion, Oxford (ff. 267-9); Francis Paton-Williams, Hon. Canon of Manchester (ff. 270-1); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (ff. 279, 311-13, 315-16); Archbishop Temple (passim); Edward Keble Talbot, Superior of the Community of the Resurrection (ff. 308, 353-5); Adam Urias de Pencier, Archbishop of New Westminster (f. 310); Henry Roy Dean, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge (f. 334); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury (f. 335); John Sebastian Bach Stopford, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester (f. 343); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (ff. 351, 361); Alfred Walter Frank Blunt, Bishop of Bradford (f. 359); Albert Augustus David, Bishop of Liverpool (f. 360); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Coventry (f. 362); Reginald Somerset Ward (ff. 364-5, 422, 424-6, 428); Malcolm Spencer, Chairman of the Guild of Health Council (ff. 442-4, 446); and [Herbert Chavasse] Squires (ff. 451, 455).

National Council of Social Service - Paton, W.  W.Temple 36  23 Mar 1916-15 Nov 1944

405 ff.

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SERVICE  W.Temple 36, ff. 1-21  21 Feb-8 Mar 1944

Contents:
Letters from George Ernest Haynes, General Secretary of the Council, enclosing a memorandum on its future organisation and purpose (ff. 2-19). Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

NATIONAL FIRE SERVICE  W.Temple 36, ff. 22-33  10 May 1943-28 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding support for a Christian Fellowship in the Service, including letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 24, 28) and Sir Ernest Arthur Gowers, London Regional Commissioner for Civil Defence (ff. 25, 30).

NATIONAL SOCIETY  W.Temple 36, ff. 34-71  21 July 1942-5 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding candidates for the post of general secretary of the Society and the appointment of Edgar Francis Hall, Canon of Exeter. Includes letters from: Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 34, 37, 39); Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (ff. 35, 53, 68); Archbishop Temple (passim); Cuthbert Carroll Thicknesse, Dean of St. Albans (ff. 41, 45); Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter (ff. 47-9); John Traill Christie, Headmaster of Westminster School (f. 51); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 55, 66-7); Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (f. 56); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 59); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (f. 65); and Hall (f. 70).

NATIONAL SOCIETY  W.Temple 36, ff. 72-99  11 July 1942-25 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding appointments to an educational committee of the Society, including letters from: Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 72, 88, 99); Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 74, 77, 84, 86, 93); and Edgar Francis Hall, General Secretary of the National Society (ff. 91, 97-8).

NATIONAL SOCIETY  W.Temple 36, ff. 100-124  25 Nov 1943-20 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of Sir Robert Edmund Martin as Chairman of the Society, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (f. 103); John Sankey, 1st Viscount Sankey (ff. 105, 107); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 110); Edgar Francis Hall, General Secretary of the National Society (ff. 112, 117-18, 124); Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (f. 114); and Martin (ff. 120-1).

NATIONAL SOCIETY  W.Temple 36, ff. 125-9  7 May 1943-21 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Cuthbert Carroll Thicknesse, Dean of St. Albans, on the latter's proposed resignation as Treasurer of the Society.

NATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION  W.Temple 36, ff. 130-7  21 Apr-28 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence criticising the imposition of purchase tax on the Union, including letters and papers from Sydney Charles Lucker, General Manager of the National Sunday School Union's Business Department, and a letter from Archbishop Temple (f. 131).

NATIONAL UNION OF PROTESTANTS  W.Temple 36, ff. 138-64  18 Sep 1942-22 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to objections to ritualist practices in the Church of England, including a cutting from the Daily Mail for 14 May 1944 on the theft of crucifixes from churches in Birmingham (f. 153), a report of a deputation by the Union to Archbishop Temple and other bishops on 21 June 1944 (ff. 154-9), with a copy of the Union's opening statement (ff. 160-3), and correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Percival W. Petter, General Director of the Union (passim).

Stephen Charles NEILL, Bishop of Tinnevelly  W.Temple 36, ff. 165-8  Oct 1943

Contents:
Printed pastoral letter (Tinnevelly Letters, 4th series, no. 11).

Hugh George de Willmott NEWMAN, episcopus vagans  W.Temple 36, ff. 169-75  18 Feb-26 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the refusal of his request for ordination, including letters from Desmond Lionel Morse-Boycott, Principal of St. Mary-of-the-Angels Song School (f. 169), and Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 171-3).

NEW ZEALAND  W.Temple 36, ff. 176-83  19 Apr 1942-15 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to a national campaign of cooperation between the Churches in New Zealand, including a programme for a Christian Order Week to be held in September 1944 (f. 182), and letters from Herbert St. Barbe Holland, Bishop of Wellington (ff. 176-7, 181) and Archbishop Temple (f. 180).

NEW ZEALAND  W.Temple 36, ff. 184-7  4 Aug, 1 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Herbert St. Barbe Holland, Bishop of Wellington, regarding a proposed appeal for the building of Wellington Cathedral.

Conrad Le Despenser Roden NOEL, Vicar of Thaxted, Essex  W.Temple 36, ff. 188-9  29 July 1942

Contents:
Obituary by Archbishop Temple.

Agatha NORMAN  W.Temple 36, ff. 190-5  19, 27 Oct 1943

Contents:
Letter and memorandum concerning a proposed training centre for lay workers, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

NORWAY  W.Temple 36, ff. 196-201  4 May 1942-14 May 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on a special day of prayer for Norway, including letters from: Hugh Martin, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 196); Archbishop Temple (ff. 197-8, 200); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Bishop of Winchester (f. 199). Also includes a letter from Francis House of the B.B.C. regarding the effect in Norway of broadcasts by Archbishop Temple via the B.B.C. Norwegian Service (f. 201).

NORWAY  W.Temple 36, ff. 202-7  14-17 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Sir George Arthur Ponsonby, equerry to King George VI, regarding a proposal for Sunday collections to be allocated for relief in Norway. Includes a copy of 'The Spiritual Issues of the War', no. 257, for October 1944 (ff. 206-7).

NORWICH  W.Temple 36, ff. 208-11  26, 31 Mar 1943

Contents:
Letter requesting permission for a temporary increase in the representation of the clergy at the diocesan conference, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

NYASALAND  W.Temple 36, ff. 212-27  3 Mar 1943-2 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding proposals for liturgical changes in the diocese, including letters from: Frank Oswald Thorne, Bishop of Nyasaland (ff. 212-18, 224); Archbishop Temple (ff. 219, 223, 226-7); and Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (ff. 220-2, 225).

ORDINATION  W.Temple 36, ff. 228-33  25 July-26 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the ordination of women, including letters from Archbishop Temple (ff. 229, 233)

City of OXFORD  W.Temple 36, ff. 234-317  19 May 1943-20 Oct 1944

Contents:
Letters and papers relating to a proposed theological college for Orthodox students in Oxford, including a memorandum on the proposed college by John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (f. 252), a leaflet on the International Academy (f. 291), and correspondence from: Serge Bolshakoff (passim), including copies of his 'The Bulletin' for March 1943 (ff. 240-1), May 1943 (ff. 248-9), and September 1944 (ff. 313-16), a memorandum on the restoration of the Russian Patriarchate (ff. 273-8), and a copy of the statutes of the Society of St. John Damascene (f. 287); Oliver Chase Quick, Canon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford (ff. 242-3); Archbishop Temple (passim); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (f. 251); Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (ff. 254, 308), including a joint memorandum on the proposed college (ff. 255-8); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 263, 266, 298, 302, 305); and Sir William David Ross, Provost of Oriel College, Oxford (f. 283).

OXFORD GROUP MOVEMENT  W.Temple 36, ff. 318-25  6 July-6 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the involvement of the Rev. Julian Percy Thornton-Duesbury, Principal of Wycliffe Hall, with the movement. Includes letters from: Thornton-Duesbury (ff. 318, 321-3); Archbishop Temple (ff. 319, 324); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (f. 320); and James William Stafford, Director of the Passport and Permit Office (f. 325).

University of OXFORD  W.Temple 36, ff. 326-32  Jan-Mar 1944

Contents:
Memoranda by the Rev. Theodore Richard Milford on the development of St. Mary's Church.

PACIFISM  W.Temple 36, ff. 333-5  23-28 Mar 1916

Contents:
Papers relating to a defence of freedom of conscience by William Temple and others in a letter to the 'Westminster Gazette'.

Sir George PAISH  W.Temple 36, ff. 336-45  16-25 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Paish's request that Archbishop Temple write an introduction his book entitled 'World Restoration'. Includes letters and a draft introduction (never used) by Archbishop Temple (ff. 338-9), and letters from Paish (ff. 336, 341-3, 345) and Humphrey Charles Baskerville Mynors, of the Bank of England (f. 340).

PARISHES  W.Temple 36, ff. 346-51  4, 7 June 1942

Contents:
Letter and papers criticising a proposed redistribution of parochial endowments, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

PARISHES  W.Temple 36, ff. 352-3  18, 30 July 1942

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple on the legal definition of preferment, with a reply from Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham.

PARISHES  W.Temple 36, ff. 354-8  1 Sep 1942

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to a scheme for the creation of team ministries.

PARISHES  W.Temple 36, f. 359  24 May 1943

Contents:
Letter from Henry Leonard Fosbrooke, Archdeacon of Lancaster, regarding criticisms of the electoral roll.

PARISHES  W.Temple 36, ff. 360-3  10 Aug 1944

Contents:
Letter from Lemprière Durell Hammond, Suffragan Bishop of Stafford, enclosing a report on manpower and the staffing of parishes.

PARISH REGISTERS  W.Temple 36, ff. 364-83  22 May 1942-29 Jan 1943

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to the microfilming of parish registers under the auspices of the Society of Genealogists, including letters from: Charles Clive Bigham, 2nd Viscount Mersey (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); and Alan Campbell Don, Canon of Westminster (f. 378).

Richard Godfrey PARSONS, Bishop of Hereford  W.Temple 36, ff. 384-5  14, 17 July 1943

Contents:
Letter from Parsons on the use of the 'Hail Mary' in the Church of England, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Richard Godfrey PARSONS, Bishop of Hereford  W.Temple 36, ff. 386-8  6, 9 Aug 1943

Contents:
Letter from Parsons regarding proposals for a Royal Commission on credit control. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Frank PARTRIDGE, Bishop of Portsmouth, 1936-42  W.Temple 36, ff. 389-91  27, 30 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence and paper on a memorial appeal for Partridge to be published in The Times. Includes a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Rev. William PATON, General Secretary of the Provisional Committee of the World Council of Churches  W.Temple 36, ff. 392-405  25 Aug 1943-3 Feb 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to proposed memorials to Paton, including a joint letter and draft appeal from Archibald Campbell Craig, Stanley H. Dixon, Hugh Martin, and Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (ff. 396-8). Also includes correspondence from: Edvard Benes, President in Exile of the Czechoslovak Republic (f. 392); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's (f. 393); Archbishop Temple (ff. 394-5, 405); Edward Cadbury (ff. 403-4); and further letters from Hugh Martin, Managing Director of the Student Christian Movement Press (ff. 399-401).

Pius XII - Quick, O. C.  W.Temple 37  11 Dec 1941-July 1945

397 ff.

PIUS XII  W.Temple 37, ff. 1-9  Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding a message of sympathy to Pope Pius XII on the German blockade of the Vatican, comprising letters from: John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 1-2, 5, 7-8); Archbishop Temple (ff. 3-4, 9); and William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 6).

PIUS XII  W.Temple 37, ff. 10-63  26 May-21 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to a proposed visit by Archbishop Temple to Pope Pius XII, including letters from: Archbishop Temple (passim); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 16-17, 20-1, 39, 48, 63); Ivone Augustine Kirkpatrick, of the Foreign Office (ff. 18, 24, 34); Richard Kidston Law, of the Foreign Office (f. 26); Henry Carter (ff. 27, 33); Ralph Westwood Moore, Headmaster of Harrow School (f. 35); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (ff. 40, 45, 57); Lemprière Durell Hammond, Suffragan Bishop of Stafford (f. 42); and John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 49-51, 54-6, 58-9).

PIUS XII  W.Temple 37, ff. 64-70  13 Apr 1944-23 Mar 1945

Contents:
Correspondence regarding a Good Friday message of sympathy to Pope Pius XII from Archbishop Temple, including letters from: John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 64, 66, 68); Archbishop Temple (f. 65); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (ff. 67, 69); and Ian Hugh White-Thomson (f. 70).

POLAND  W.Temple 37, ff. 71-86  24 July-20 Nov 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding a proposed national day of prayer for Poland, including letters from: Count Jan Balinski Jundzill (f. 71); Archbishop Temple (ff. 72, 78); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (f. 73); John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 79); Walter James Noble, President of the Conference of the Methodist Church (f. 81); J. Chalmers Lyon, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of England (f. 82); Kenneth Loyd Parry, Chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales (f. 83); and Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (f. 84). Also includes a manuscript and printed draft of a joint statement by the archbishops of Canterbury and York (ff. 85-6).

POLAND  W.Temple 37, ff. 87-108  8 July 1942-14 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding atrocities in Poland, including reports of the Warsaw uprising of August-September 1944. Includes letters from: Count Jan Balinski Jundzill (ff. 87-90); Archbishop Temple (ff. 92, 95-6, 103, 105, 108); Robert M'Gowan Barrington-Ward, editor of The Times (f. 94); W. Kulski, of the Polish Embassy in London (ff. 93, 97, 106); and John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (f. 99).

POLAND  W.Temple 37, ff. 109-31  4 Feb 1943-5 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to Archbishop Temple's acceptance of the honorary presidency of the Polish Children's Rescue Fund, and assistance provided by the Fund for Soviet controlled areas of Poland. Includes correspondence from: Lady Fay Sibyl Marie Carmichael-Anstruther, Chairman of the Polish Children Rescue Fund (passim), including an appeal leaflet (ff. 116-17), a report of the Fund's activities (f. 118), and papers on a day of protest against the persecution of Polish children (ff. 120-1, 126); Archbishop Temple (ff. 110-11, 114, 122); and Richard Kidston Law, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Foreign Office (f. 113).

POLAND  W.Temple 37, ff. 132-95  3 Apr-24 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to alleged religious persecution in the Polish army in exile, including a press report for April 1944 from the Council of Christians and Jews (ff. 167-8), newspaper cuttings, and a report concerning a visit on 15 August 1944 to the Polish Special Camp at Kincardine, Scotland, by John Albert Douglas, Ivor Erskine St. Clair Ramsay, Provost of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, and James Benjamin Dakin (ff. 189-94). Correspondents include: Thomas Edward Neil Driberg (ff. 132-5, 145); Eugène Sabline (f. 136); Archbishop Temple (passim); Richard Kidston Law, of the Foreign Office (f. 144); Count Edward Raczynski, Polish Ambassador (ff. 146, 154-5); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 156-9, 179, 181, 183, 187-8); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (f. 171); and Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (ff. 176-7).

POLISH ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 37, ff. 196-200  24, 29 Sep 1943

Contents:
Letter from John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations, regarding the Polish Orthodox Church.

PORTUGAL AND SPAIN  W.Temple 37, ff. 201-62  3 Mar 1942-12 June 1943

Contents:
Papers concerning relations with the Roman Catholic Church in Portugal and Spain, including a statement by church leaders in Great Britain (William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury, Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Sidney Malcolm Berry, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council, James Rae Forgan, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly, and William Temple, Archbishop of York). Correspondents include: Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (ff. 213, 223-5, 237-44, 247-8, 252); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 216); Archbishop Temple (passim); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (f. 218); Sir Samuel John Gurney Hoare, British Ambassador to Spain (ff. 220-1); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (f. 226); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 230); Henry Martyn Gooch, General Secretary of the World's Evangelical Alliance (ff. 231-2); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 245); and Sir Alexander George Montague Cadogan, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (f. 258).

POST-WAR CREDITS  W.Temple 37, ff. 263-5  10, 12 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding suggested donations to the Church of England, including letters from Archbishop Temple.

POST-WAR RECONSTRUCTION  W.Temple 37, ff. 266-309  4 Feb 1944-July 1945

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed joint statement by Christian leaders in China, Great Britain, the U.S.A., and the U.S.S.R., including drafts (ff. 268-9, 289-92) and correspondence from: Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. (ff. 266-7, 281, 299, 302); Archbishop Temple (passim); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (ff. 275, 277); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 276); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 280, 283); and Ronald Edward Taylor Allen, General Secretary of the Committee for Christian Reconstruction in Europe (ff. 285-7, 293-5).

George Leonard PRESTIGE, Canon of St. Paul's (1950)  W.Temple 37, ff. 310-15  11, 29 Dec 1941

Contents:
Letter on church reform, with a reply from Archbishop Temple.

Sir Walter Reuben PRESTON  W.Temple 37, ff. 316-23  10-22 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence between Archbishop Temple and Preston regarding the latter's views on Christianity and politics.

PSALTER  W.Temple 37, ff. 324-9  20 Dec 1943-7 Jan 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed revision for use by the B.B.C., comprising letters from: James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (ff. 324, 329); Archbishop Temple (ff. 325-6, 328); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 327).

QUANTOCKS, Somt.  W.Temple 37, ff. 330-53  3 Feb 1943-6 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to concerns for the preservation of the Quantock Hills, including maps of the area (ff. 333, 338, 344), newspaper cuttings (ff. 334-5), and letters from: Archbishop Temple (ff. 336, 339, 342, 347-8); James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (ff. 345-6); and Herbert John Gordon Griffin, Secretary of the Council for the Preservation of Rural England (ff. 349-50, 352).

QUEEN ANNE'S BOUNTY  W.Temple 37, f. 354  7 Oct 1942

Contents:
Letter from Archbishop Temple on the proposed election of William George Hannah as a governor.

QUEEN ANNE'S BOUNTY  W.Temple 37, ff. 355-91  11 Sep-28 Dec 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the resignation of Richard Douglas Denman as Treasurer, including letters from: Denman (passim); Archbishop Temple (ff. 357, 378-9); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (passim); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (ff. 374-5); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 384, 386, 390); and Edgar James Hare, Secretary of Queen Anne's Bounty (f. 391).

Oliver Chase QUICK, Regius Professor of Divinity, Oxford  W.Temple 37, ff. 392-7  29 Mar 1944

Contents:
Draft appreciation of Quick by Archbishop Temple.

Rangoon - Ryan, J. C.  W.Temple 38  30 Oct 1936-27 Nov 1944

425 ff.

Diocese of RANGOON  W.Temple 38, ff. 1-18  6 Apr-18 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the position of George Algernon West, Bishop of Rangoon, and Alfred Thomas Houghton, Assistant Bishop designate. Includes letters from: West (f. 4); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 6, 15); Norman Henry Tubbs, Assistant Bishop of Chester (f. 7); Rollestone Sterritt Fyffe, former Bishop of Rangoon (ff. 10-14); and Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (f. 17).

Charles Earle RAVEN, Regius Professor of Divinity, Cambridge  W.Temple 38, ff. 19-21  20-25 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence requesting assistance in obtaining the release of his daughter from the Women's Royal Naval Service.

John RAVEN, son of Charles Earle Raven  W.Temple 38, ff. 22-44  5 Nov 1942-15 Oct 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to an educational experiment in Montgomeryshire, including letters from Raven (ff. 27-8, 30, 37, 40, 43).

RELIGIOUS DRAMA  W.Temple 38, ff. 45-104  13 Feb 1943-30 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the promotion of religious drama for education and evangelism, including notes on a conference held at Lambeth Palace on 13 May 1943 (ff. 79-90) and correspondence from: Elliott Martin Browne, Director of the Pilgrim Players (ff. 45, 47, 49, 51, 60, 95); Leslie James Banks (f. 55); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's (ff. 56, 100), including a memorandum on the Religious Drama Society (ff. 101-4); Owen Ramsay Nares (ff. 57, 77); Athene Seyler (f. 58); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 63); Dame Sybil Thorndike (ff. 65-6); Robert William Speaight (f. 67); and Ruth Spalding (ff. 71-5, 97).

Herbert Maurice RELTON, Professor of Biblical and Historical Theology, London University  W.Temple 38, ff. 105-17  June-July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding Relton's views on church reform, including a copy of the All Saints Ennismore Gardens parish paper for June 1942 (ff. 105-13).

REPTON SCHOOL, Derbyshire  W.Temple 38, ff. 118-36  17 July-7 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the resignation of Harold George Michael Clarke as Headmaster, and consideration of successors. Includes letters from: Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (ff. 118-19); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 121, 131-2, 134-5); and Clarke (ff. 123-4, 129-30).

Diocese of SOUTHERN RHODESIA  W.Temple 38, ff. 137-43  5 Jan-1 Sep 1944

Contents:
Reports on the diocese from Ernest Aldington Hunt, Archdeacon of Matabeleland.

Robert Douglas RICHARDSON, Principal of Ripon Hall, Oxford (1947)  W.Temple 38, ff. 144-65  30 Oct 1936-9 Nov 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to Richardson's development of unlawful forms of service, including a printed alternative order of service (ff. 153-64) and correspondence by: Richardson (ff. 144-5); Ernest Aldington Hunt (f. 149); and William Ralph Inge (ff. 150-1).

RITUALISM  W.Temple 38, ff. 166-71  2, 8 Sep 1942

Contents:
Letter from Maurice Child, General Secretary of the Church Union, on relations between Anglo-Catholic clergy and the episcopate.

Dean of ROCHESTER  W.Temple 38, ff. 172-5  8-24 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding candidates for the post, including a letter from Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  W.Temple 38, ff. 176-7  14, 19 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the political role of the Church.

ROYAL AIR FORCE  W.Temple 38, ff. 178-248  17 Oct 1942-12 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the formation of the 'Nails Movement' for evangelism in the Royal Air Force. Correspondents include: Maurice Henry Edwards, Chaplain-in-Chief to the Royal Air Force (ff. 179-80, 208, 229-30); William David Watson (ff. 185, 188, 212, 216-17, 247-8); Norman Charles Stanley Motley (passim), including a leaflet on the movement (ff. 242-3); and Herbert Arthur Jones, Provost of Leicester (ff. 224-5).

ROYAL COMMISSION ON POPULATION  W.Temple 38, ff. 249-62  14 Dec 1943-9 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding representation of the Church of England on the Commission, and submission of evidence. Includes letters from: Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 249, 251); the Association for Moral and Social Hygiene (f. 253); John Miller Martin, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 255); John Allsebrook Simon, 1st Viscount Simon and Lord Chancellor (f. 256); Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (f. 259); and Rosamond Chevallier Fisher, wife of Bishop Geoffrey Fisher (f. 260).

RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 38, ff. 263-9  [May] 1942

Contents:
Memorandum from the Russian Orthodox Church on Nazi subversion in the Ukraine.

RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 38, ff. 270-368  1 Dec 1942-27 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the proposed publication in Great Britain of 'The Truth About Religion in Russia', compiled by the Moscow Patriarchate. Includes a report on the book by the Soviet Relations Branch of the Ministry of Information (ff. 271-7, 289-90), a memorandum on a proposed exchange of visits between the Russian Orthodox Church and the Church of England (ff. 278-84), and a copy of 'Christianity and Crisis' for 3 May 1943 (ff. 347-50). Correspondents include: Hugh Martin, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 286, 288, 292, 319-22, 355); Herbert Montague Waddams (ff. 293, 351-2); Ivan Mikhailovich Maisky, Ambassador of the U.S.S.R. (ff. 295, 327, 339); Nikolai, Metropolitan of Kiev and Galitch (ff. 296-310, Russian originals with English translations); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 311, 314, 336, 356, 358, 360-1); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (ff. 316-18); Sir Orme Sargent, of the Foreign Office (ff. 331, 337); Sir Stephen Gaselee, Librarian and Keeper of the Papers at the Foreign Office (ff. 334-5); Nicolas Mikhailovich Zernov, Secretary of the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius (ff. 341-4); Sergius, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia (f. 359); Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury (f. 363); and Sir Eric Robert Dalrymple Maclagan, Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (f. 366).

RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 38, ff. 369-71  28 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on prayers for use by members of St. Clement's League of Prayer for Russia.

RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 38, ff. 372-80  17-23 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the death of Sergius, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia. Includes a letter from Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 374), and a telegram from Alexis I, Metropolitan of Leningrad and Novgorod (ff. 375-6).

RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 38, ff. 381-401  31 Aug 1944

Contents:
Translation of 'The Meaning of Apostolic Succession in Non-Orthodox Faiths' by Sergius, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia [Journal of the Moscow Patriarchate, Nos. 23-4, 1935].

James Charles RYAN, episcopus vagans  W.Temple 38, ff. 402-25  2 Nov 1943-21 Jan 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's refusal to recognize his title as Bishop of Madras. Includes letters from: the International Missionary Council (f. 403); Ryan (ff. 408-10, 412-14, 422, 424); and William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 420).

St. Albans - Serbian Orthodox Church  W.Temple 39  9 May 1942-26 Sep 1944

372 ff.

Bishop of ST. ALBANS  W.Temple 39, ff. 1-70  8 Jan-26 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the appointment of Philip Henry Loyd, Bishop of Nasik, as Bishop of St. Albans. Includes letters from: Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 1-4, 10-11, 16, 53-5); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (passim); William Spens, Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (ff. 20-1); Loyd (ff. 62-3, 65, 67); and churchwardens and other members of the public in the diocese.

ST. CLEMENT DANES, Westminster  W.Temple 39, ff. 71-5  5-25 May 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on its proposed restoration for use by the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. Includes letters from Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 71, 73), and John Gilbert Winant, Ambassador of the United States to the United Kingdom (f. 75).

ST. HILARY, Cornwall  W.Temple 39, ff. 76-101  3 Nov 1942-1 July 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the controversy over the removal of ritualist furnishings from the parish church, including letters from W. Poynter Adams (ff. 76, 78-80, 90-1) and William Cleveland-Stevens (ff. 97-9, 101).

ST. KATHERINE'S HOSPITAL, Regent's Park, London  W.Temple 39, ff. 102-202  7 Sep 1943-3 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the proposal by Amy Buller to use the hospital as a School of Christian Philosophy. Includes correspondence from: Buller (passim); Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury and Director of the Institute of Christian Education (f. 107); Edward Keble Talbot, Superior of the Community of the Resurrection (f. 124); T. Izod Bennett (ff. 149-51); Bertrand Edward Dawson, 1st Viscount Dawson (ff. 175, 186-7); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 188).

ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, London  W.Temple 39, ff. 203-6  24 Jan-11 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding candidates for a canonry, including letters from Vigo Auguste Demant, Canon of St. Paul's (f. 203), and Edward Lowry Henderson, Dean Emeritus of Salisbury (f. 204).

ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, London  W.Temple 39, ff. 207-18  13 Mar-18 Sep 1944

Contents:
Letters and memorandum by Vigo Auguste Demant, Canon of St. Paul's, on the services and functions of the Cathedral.

Alexander SARGENT, Archdeacon of Maidstone  W.Temple 39, ff. 219-26  25 June-1 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence relating to his appointment as Archdeacon of Canterbury, including letters from Thomas Karl Sopwith, Archdeacon Emeritus of Canterbury (f. 224), and Sargent (f. 226).

Dorothy Leigh SAYERS, author  W.Temple 39, ff. 227-60  9 May 1942-18 Feb 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to proposals for a joint statement of faith by the Churches in Great Britain, including papers from Arthur Charles Frederick Beales, Secretary of the Sword of the Spirit (ff. 238-48), and letters from: George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 227); Sayers (ff. 228, 230-1, 233, 236-7, 258); James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (ff. 229, 232, 234-5); and Oliver Chase Quick, Canon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford (ff. 249, 251, 253-4, 259).

Dorothy Leigh SAYERS, author  W.Temple 39, ff. 261-6  19 July 1943

Contents:
Letter from James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C., enclosing a copy of 'The Cenotaph Line', an essay on the observance of Armistice Day by Sayers.

Dorothy Leigh SAYERS, author  W.Temple 39, ff. 267-80  18 June-30 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to her refusal of a Lambeth D.D., including letters from: James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (f. 267); Oliver Chase Quick, Canon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford (ff. 269-70); and Sayers (ff. 273, 276, 278-9).

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND  W.Temple 39, ff. 281-9  29 June-17 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on precedence in joint statements by the Churches in Great Britain, including letters from Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 281, 284), and Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (f. 287).

SCOUTING  W.Temple 39, ff. 290-306  26 Oct 1942-3 June 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the relationship between scouting and the Church of England, including a report on post-war scouting (ff. 292-7) and letters from Brigadier William Ellis Clark, Kent County Commissioner of the Boy Scouts (ff. 290-1, 301-3), and Sir Percy Winn Everett, Deputy Chief Scout (f. 305).

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 39, ff. 307-11  28 Sep-6 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of the Rev. Z.M. Ristanovic as the official representative to the Church of England, including letters from: Dionysius Milivojevich, Serbian Orthodox Bishop for the U.S.A. and Canada (ff. 307-8); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (f. 309); and Ristanovic (f. 311).

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 39, ff. 312-33  9 Apr-5 May 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the controversy between Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira, and the Rev. Reginald M. French over the latter's publication, 'Serbian Church Life'. Includes letters from: French (ff. 312-14, 316-17); Bishop Paul Fulcrand Delacour de Labilliere, Dean of Westminster (ff. 315, 330); Archbishop Germanos (ff. 318-19, 324-7, 332); and John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 320-3).

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH  W.Temple 39, ff. 334-72  2 Jan 1943-11 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the Church's position in Yugoslavia. Includes correspondence from: Dionysius Milivojevich, Serbian Orthodox Bishop for the U.S.A. and Canada (ff. 334, 359-62), including a memorandum on the 'Croation Orthodox Church' (ff. 335-47); B. Pepic, President of the Council of the Serbian Orthodox Church in London (ff. 350-1); Robert William Foot, Director-General of the B.B.C. (f. 353); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 356); and Sir Alexander George Montague Cadogan, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (f. 358). Also includes a copy of 'An Appeal of the Serbian Religious Societies and the Editors of Orthodox Religious Periodicals to the Christians and to the Church Communities in Great Britain' (ff. 369-72).

Note: Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes formed after the First World War ended in 1918. Name changed in 1929 to Yugoslavia (Jugoslavia). In 2003 it became a loose federation of two republics, Serbia and Montenegro.


Servants of Christ the King - Sex Education  W.Temple 40  May 1942-5 Oct 1944

458 ff.

SERVANTS OF CHRIST THE KING  W.Temple 40, ff. 1-85  May 1942-5 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to its foundation as a lay Order for parochial work. Includes copies of newsletters for March 1943 (ff. 32-3) and January 1944 (ff. 78-81), a published leaflet (ff. 34-5), and correspondence from: Roger Bradshaigh Lloyd, Canon of Winchester (passim); Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (ff. 40, 49, 55); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 58); and Harold Edward Wynn, Bishop of Ely (f. 61).

SEX EDUCATION  W.Temple 40, ff. 86-368  14 June 1942-8 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the prevention and treatment of venereal disease, including a joint statement by Archbishop Temple and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 352), the text of speeches made by Archbishop Temple as President of the Central Council for Health Education (ff. 353-9), a cutting from the Church of England Newspaper for 19 March 1943 (f. 274), and correspondence from: Ernest Brown, Minister of Health (passim); Charles Hill, Chairman of the Central Council for Health Education (ff. 90-1, 105, 186, 198, 363), including minutes and reports of the Council; James Herbert Lloyd Morrell, Lecturer for The Church of England Moral Welfare Council (ff. 112-14); Talbot Dilworth-Harrison, Archdeacon of Chesterfield (ff. 116, 228-9); the Josephine Butler Memorial House (ff. 117-18); Francis Underhill, Bishop of Bath and Wells (f. 123); the Church of England Moral Welfare Council (passim); the Association for Moral and Social Hygiene (passim); the Central Council for Health Education (passim); Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (ff. 176-7, 211, 337); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 192, 335); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 199, 282, 365); Canterbury Diocesan Council for Moral Welfare Work (ff. 205-7); Sir Bernard Charles Tolver Paget (f. 212); British Social Hygiene Council (ff. 227, 265); Arthur Mervyn Stockwood (f. 234); Robert Forgan (f. 238); Vera Laughton Mathews, Director of the Women's Royal Naval Service (f. 245); Hugh Wansey Bayly (ff. 248-9, 267); Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service (f. 258); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 262-3); Sir Ronald Forbes Adam, Adjutant-General to the Forces (ff. 275, 283); Henry McGowan, Archdeacon of Aston (f. 284); Henry Martin, Editor-in-Chief of the Press Association (ff. 297, 313); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 299-300); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 322); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 322v); Marie Carmichael Stopes (ff. 333-4); Bertrand Edward Dawson, 1st Viscount Dawson (f. 339); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (ff. 342-3); Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (f. 347); and Dame Anne Louise McIlroy (ff. 360, 366).

SEX EDUCATION  W.Temple 40, ff. 369-91  17 Apr-23 June 1943

Contents:
Letters and reports concerning a project conducted by the Rev. Ernest John Bromley at St. James' Church, Scarborough, Yorkshire.

SEX EDUCATION  W.Temple 40, ff. 392-416  22 Dec 1943-4 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to the publication of 'Sex Education' by Cyril Bibby, education officer with the Central Council for Health Education. Includes letters from: Bibby (passim); Daniel Macmillan, Director of Macmillan & Co. Publishers (f. 397); and [Lionel John Farnham] Brimble (f. 400).

SEX EDUCATION  W.Temple 40, ff. 417-55  23 June 1943-2 Feb 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning lectures to the Armed Services, including testimonials on behalf of Alice Graham Ikin (ff. 423-440), and correspondence from: Lady Maud Louisa Emma Baillie (ff. 417, 419); Ikin (ff. 421-2, 442); Maurice Henry Edwards, Chaplain-in-Chief to the Royal Air Force (f. 423); Sir Ronald Forbes Adam, Adjutant-General to the Forces (f. 444); and the Marriage Guidance Council (ff. 453-4).

SEX EDUCATION  W.Temple 40, ff. 456-8  11-21 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on sex education in Church of England schools.

Shirley, F.J.J. - South Africa  W.Temple 41  29 Dec 1926-Oct 1944

411 ff.

Frederick Joseph John SHIRLEY, Headmaster of King's School, Canterbury  W.Temple 41, ff. 1-12  7 Dec 1942-27 Jan 1943

Contents:
Letters and papers from Shirley regarding his views on church reform and religious education.

Frederich SIEGMUND-SCHULTZE  W.Temple 41, ff. 13-14  15 Jan, 27 Feb 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding his views on post-war reconciliation in Europe.

SINGAPORE  W.Temple 41, ff. 15-18  25 Mar-16 Sep 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the administration of the finances of St. Christopher's Church, Johore Bahru, including a letter from John Macleod Campbell, General Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (f. 17).

Rev. Robert Henry Lawson SLATER, Professor of World Religions, Harvard (1958)  W.Temple 41, ff. 19-23  15 June-10 Sep 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding his future employment, comprising letters from: Slater (ff. 19-20); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (f. 21); William Charles Bertrand Purser, Commissary of the Bishop of Rangoon (f. 22); and Norman Henry Tubbs, Assistant Bishop of Chester (f. 23).

Herbert Maynard SMITH, Canon of Gloucester  W.Temple 41, ff. 24-8  29 Dec 1926-6 Jan 1927

Contents:
Correspondence on his theological opinions.

Henry SNELL, 1st Baron Snell  W.Temple 41, ff. 29-39  2 June-10 Aug 1944

Contents:
Letters from Charles Marsh Beadnell, Surgeon Rear-Admiral and President of the Rationalist Press Association (ff. 29-30, 32, 34), criticising the memorial service for Snell held at Westminster Abbey. Includes a letter from Paul Fulcrand Delacour de Labilliere, Dean of Westminster (f. 38).

SOCIAL CREDIT PARTY  W.Temple 41, ff. 40-73  March 1943-9 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding criticism of the Party, including letters from: John Gordon Hargrave, founder of the Social Credit Party (ff. 44, 47, 49, 55); Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (f. 45); and Thomas Edward Neil Driberg (ff. 52, 57). Also includes copies of 'The Message from Hargrave', a weekly newsletter issued by the Party.

SOCIETY OF THE CATECHISM  W.Temple 41, ff. 74-96  4 Jan 1943-Oct 1944

Contents:
Memoranda by the Society regarding evangelism and religious education.

SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE  W.Temple 41, ff. 97-9  8 May 1942

Contents:
Letter from William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the Society, concerning its relations with Archbishops Davidson and Lang.

SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE  W.Temple 41, ff. 100-21  22 Mar 1943-15 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of the Rev. Francis Noel Davey as Editorial Secretary, including letters from: William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the Society (passim); Harold Edward Wynn, Bishop of Ely (f. 106); George Langham Gosling, General Secretary of the Society (f. 107); Albert Edward Baker, Canon of York (ff. 111, 113); and Davey (ff. 118, 120).

SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL  W.Temple 41, ff. 122-47  14 Jan-11 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence and papers concerning the appointment of Bishop Basil Coleby Roberts as Secretary, including letters from: John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and retiring Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 122, 124, 127, 131-2); Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (ff. 125-6); Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the Society (f. 129); Frederick Ochterloney Taylor Hawkes, Suffragan Bishop of Kingston-upon-Thames (ff. 133, 135-6, 138, 143-4); and Roberts (ff. 140-2).

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS  W.Temple 41, f. 148  28 Feb 1941

Contents:
Letter from Stephen E. Verney on the Quaker attitude to prayer.

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS  W.Temple 41, ff. 149-51  17-23 Sep 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the request of a Friend to be confirmed while remaining a Quaker.

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS  W.Temple 41, ff. 152-6  25 Apr-20 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed visit to Lisbon by John and Tessa Cadbury.

SOLOMON ISLANDS  W.Temple 41, ff. 157-69  13 Feb-30 May 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the return of mission nurses to the Islands after the war, including correspondence from Walter Hubert Baddeley, Bishop of Melanesia (ff. 157, 161-2), and Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 165-6).

SOUTH AFRICA  W.Temple 41, ff. 170-411  10 Dec 1933-20 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning relations between the Church of the Province of South Africa and the Church of England in South Africa. Includes correspondence from: Alan Ewbank, Vicar-General of the Church of England in South Africa (passim); John Russell Darbyshire, Archbishop of Cape Town (passim); Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (passim); George Alexander Chambers, Bishop of Central Tanganyika (passim); Bishop Frank Houghton, General Director of the China Inland Mission (ff. 218, 340); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (f. 262); Henry Frewen Le Fanu, Archbishop of Perth (f. 286); Francis de Witt Batty, Bishop of Newcastle, Australia (f. 287); Francis Robinson Phelps, Archbishop of Cape Town (ff. 297-300); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (ff. 306-9, 315); Bishop Arthur Baillie Lumsdaine Karney, Chaplain of Marlborough College (ff. 342-7, 349-50); Leonard Noel Fisher, Bishop of Natal (ff. 353, 367-71, 382, 385-6); and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 402-3, 405, 407).

Note: Federal union from 1910; republic from 1961


South Africa - Sunday Observance  W.Temple 42  18 June 1937-28 Sep 1944

341 ff.

SOUTH AFRICA  W.Temple 42, f. 1  17 Nov 1943

Contents:
Report by Arthur Henry Howe Browne, Bishop of Bloemfontein, on his diocese

Note: Federal union from 1910; republic from 1961


SOUTH AFRICA  W.Temple 42, ff. 2-34  26 Jan 1943-1 July 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to criticism of apartheid by missionary organisations in Great Britain, including correspondence on a meeting between Field-Marshal Jan Christian Smuts and Archbishop Temple. Includes cuttings from The Forum (ff. 31-3) and letters from: Frederic Llewellyn Deane, Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney (ff. 2-4); Ernest Denny Logie Danson, Bishop of Edinburgh (ff. 5, 11); John Macleod Campbell, General Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (f. 9); Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (ff. 12-13); Ralph Ellis Burlingham (f. 17); Smuts (ff. 19, 24); and Frank Howell Hulme, former Archdeacon of Bloemfontein (ff. 25-6, 29-30, 34).

Note: Federal union from 1910; republic from 1961


SOUTH AFRICA  W.Temple 42, ff. 35-71  20 Apr 1943-22 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to protests against apartheid legislation by the Indian community in South Africa, including telegrams from the Natal Indian Association and the Natal Indian Congress (ff. 35-6, 38-42, 44-70).

Note: Federal union from 1910; republic from 1961


SOUTH AFRICA  W.Temple 42, f. 72  21 July 1944

Contents:
Opinion of the Rev. John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations, regarding the Orthodox archbishop of Johannesburg.

Note: Federal union from 1910; republic from 1961


SOUTH AMERICA  W.Temple 42, ff. 73-168  13 Jan 1942-28 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to diocesan reorganisation in South America, including a copy of the diocesan synod statutes of the Anglican Diocese in Argentina and Eastern South America as revised in 1942 (ff. 116-19), and correspondence from: John Reginald Weller, Bishop in Argentina and Eastern South America (passim); John Macleod Campbell, General Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (ff. 74, 143); Walter Frederick France, Hon. Secretary of the Colonial Bishoprics Fund (ff. 75, 77); Sir Philip Baker Wilbraham (ff. 83-5); Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cranborne and Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 101, 106, 109, 111); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 108); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 113); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 120); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 133, 135); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (ff. 144-6); Daniel Ivor Evans, Assistant Bishop in Argentina (ff. 153-4); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 166).

SPIRITUALISM  W.Temple 42, ff. 169-76  29 Dec 1942-22 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the refusal to publish the 1939 report of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Committee on Spiritualism. Includes letters from John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (f. 169), and Harold Anson, Master of the Temple (f. 173).

SPIRITUALISM  W.Temple 42, ff. 177-8  4, 8 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the baptism of a child of spiritualist parents.

STANFORD BISHOP, Worcestershire  W.Temple 42, ff. 179-91  7 May-7 Aug 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the return of a chair of St. Augustine from Canterbury Municipal Museum to Stanford Bishop.

Rudolf STEINER, theologian  W.Temple 42, ff. 192-204  10 Jan-27 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding criticism of Steiner's teachings, including letters from Laurence William Grensted, Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion, Oxford (ff. 192, 200, 202, 204), and Arthur Pearce Shepherd, Archdeacon of Dudley (ff. 194-5, 197-9).

John Leofric STOCKS, Vice-Chancellor of Liverpool University  W.Temple 42, ff. 205-9  18 June 1937

Contents:
Letter on his funeral service, with a draft address [by Archbishop Temple?].

Arthur Mervyn STOCKWOOD, Bishop of Southwark (1959)  W.Temple 42, ff. 210-32  24 Nov 1942-17 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding his views on evangelism, industrial chaplains and the training of ordinands. Includes a memorandum (ff. 221-6), and a letter from Neville Vincent Gorton, Bishop of Coventry (ff. 227-8).

Cyril Edgar STUART, Bishop of Uganda  W.Temple 42, ff. 233-43  30 Oct 1943-18 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on conditions in his diocese and a planned visit to Great Britain, including letters from Stuart (ff. 233-5, 238, 242) and Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (f. 236).

SUFFRAGAN BISHOPS  W.Temple 42, ff. 244-50  22-25 Mar 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the position of suffragan and assistant bishops during a diocesan vacancy, including letters from Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 244-6), and Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (f. 250).

SUNDAY OBSERVANCE  W.Temple 42, ff. 251-341  14 Sep 1942-31 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to Sunday opening of cinemas and theatres, including joint letters from Athene Seyler, Nicholas James Hannen, Valerie Taylor and other actors (ff. 255, 257, 292-3), a joint letter from John Scott Lidgett and Samuel William Hughes, secretaries of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 326), and correspondence from: Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (f. 251); Ivor Bulmer Thomas (ff. 253-4, 288, 303, 306); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (f. 256); Dame Sybil Thorndike (ff. 260-3, 284-6, 295-7); the Imperial Alliance for the Defence of Sunday (f. 268); the Lord's Day Observance Society); Owen Ramsay Nares (f. 282); Constance Cummings (f. 291); Nicholas James Hannen (ff. 299, 305); the Brotherhood Movement (ff. 301-2); Waldorf Astor, 2nd Viscount Astor and Lord Mayor of Plymouth (ff. 308, 310); the Church of England Men's Society (f. 313); Arthur David Kemp Owen, of the Ministry of Aircraft Production (f. 315); Samuel William Hughes (ff. 335, 341); and Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 339).

Sundays, Special  W.Temple 43  24 Mar 1942-7 Oct 1944

367 ff.

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 43, ff. 1-20  Apr-May 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to a message of 'good neighbourliness' for Rogation Sunday, including a copy of the Chichester Diocesan Gazette for May 1942 (ff. 19-20), and correspondence from: Robert Spear Hudson, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries (ff. 1, 3, 5); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (ff. 10-14); and Harold Edward Wynn, Bishop of Ely (f. 15).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 43, ff. 21-36  27 Aug-2 Oct 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to 'Salvage Sunday', including correspondence from: Sir James Marchant, of the Ministry of Supply (ff. 21, 25, 27, 31, 33-4, 36); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 23); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (f. 28); and John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 29).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 43, ff. 37-57  22 May 1942-28 May 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to 'World Communion Sunday', including letters from Henry Smith Leiper, Secretary in America of the World Council of Churches (ff. 37, 52-4).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 43, ff. 58-157  23 June 1942-7 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the celebration of 'Battle of Britain Sunday', including correspondence from: the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (passim); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 59-60); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 80); Sir John Bradley Abraham, Deputy Under Secretary of State for the Air Ministry (ff. 81, 88, 92, 101); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 90-1); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 100, 104); Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (ff. 108, 117); Bishop Edward Myers, Vicar Capitular of Westminster (ff. 114-15); Sir Frederick Alfred Pile, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Anti-Aircraft Command (ff. 131, 133); and Ronald Ralph Williams, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 151).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 43, ff. 158-239  19 May 1942-14 July 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to 'Red Cross and St. John's Ambulance Sunday', including correspondence from: Victor Alexander George Robert Lytton, 2nd Earl of Lytton and Chairman of the Duke of Gloucester's Red Cross and St. John Fund (passim); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Coventry (ff. 163, 182); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (f. 168); Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (ff. 169, 191, 215); Joseph Herman Hertz, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire (ff. 170, 219); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 171); Arthur John Maclean, Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church (f. 172); Sidney Malcolm Berry, Acting Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 173); Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (f. 210); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 218); and Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 235).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 43, ff. 240-6  30 June 1942-3 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on Remembrance Sunday, including letters from the British Legion (ff. 240, 244) and Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (f. 245).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 43, ff. 247-367  24 Mar 1942-30 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to special Sundays for King George's Fund for Sailors, including correspondence from: Gerald Robert Stedall Hickson, Secretary of King George's Fund for Sailors (passim); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury (f. 248); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Coventry (f. 253); Frederick James Leathers, Baron Leathers and Minister of War Transport (ff. 255, 270, 295); Albert Victor Alexander, First Lord of the Admiralty (f. 260); John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 263, 275-6); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 264, 268, 277-9); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 265-6, 280, 302); Ernest Denny Logie Danson, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church (ff. 300, 352); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 303, 349); Joseph Herman Hertz, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire (f. 305); Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (f. 316); John Henry King, Bishop of Portsmouth (f. 317); Richard Downey, Archbishop of Liverpool (f. 318); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 321, 348, 359); James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (f. 324); the Apostleship to the Sea (f. 329); and Henry Townsend, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 351, 358).

Sundays, Special - Temperance  W.Temple 44  Oct 1937-15 Nov 1944

340 ff.

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 44, ff. 1-9  16, 30 July 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to 'Deaf and Dumb (Ephphatha) Sunday'.

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 44, ff. 10-16  30 June 1943-28 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding 'Empire Youth Sunday', including letters from [Godfrey] Elton, [1st Baron Elton] (ff. 10, 12, 14).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 44, ff. 17-92  3 June 1943-9 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the celebration of 'Farm Sunday', including correspondence from: Robert Spear Hudson, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries (ff. 17, 36, 71-2); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 25, 67); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (ff. 27-8, 41-2); Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester (ff. 31-2); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 38); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (ff. 48, 61, 70); Richard Brook, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich (f. 59); Robert Clive Bridgeman, 2nd Viscount Bridgeman (f. 60); Bernard William Griffin, Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 66, 76); and Henry Townsend, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 69, 77, 83). Also includes a copy of 'The Church and the Countryside', a 1944 Rogationtide pastoral letter from George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 88-92).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 44, ff. 93-5  12, 17 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on 'Education Sunday', including a letter from Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (f. 93).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 44, ff. 96-101  17 May-22 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on 'Industrial Sunday', including letters from the Industrial Christian Fellowship (ff. 96, 98) and Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (ff. 99, 101).

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 44, ff. 102-7  Oct 1937-17 Nov 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the report of the Episcopal Committee on Special Sundays.

SPECIAL SUNDAYS  W.Temple 44, f. 108  1944

Contents:
Printed list of fixed special Sundays for 1944.

SWANWICK CONFERENCE CENTRE, Derbyshire  W.Temple 44, ff. 109-15  4-24 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the postponing of an extension of a P.O.W. camp at Swanwick, including letters from Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 109, 114), and Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (f. 112).

Church of SWEDEN  W.Temple 44, f. 116  9 May 1944

Contents:
Goodwill message to the Swedish Church from Archbishop Temple.

SWEDEN  W.Temple 44, ff. 117-29  25 Mar-3 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposed visit to Sweden by the Rev. Herbert Montague Waddams on behalf of the Ministry of Information. Includes letters from: Ronald Ralph Williams, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 117); Waddams (ff. 118, 121, 124, 127-8); and Kenneth George Grubb, Controller in the Ministry of Information (f. 122).

SWITZERLAND  W.Temple 44, ff. 130-3  21-29 Apr 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding a goodwill message to Christians in Switzerland, including letters from Marcel Pradervand, Pasteur of the Swiss Church in London (f. 130, 133).

Diocese of CENTRAL TANGANYIKA  W.Temple 44, ff. 134-51  31 May 1942-15 Nov 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of William Wynn Jones as Assistant Bishop in the diocese, including letters from: George Alexander Chambers, Bishop of Central Tanganyika (ff. 134, 140, 142); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (ff. 135, 141); Jones (ff. 144-5, 150); and Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 147-8).

TASMANIA  W.Temple 44, ff. 152-264  28 Apr 1943-29 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the appointment of Geoffrey Franceys Cranswick as Bishop of Tasmania, including correspondence from: Henry Frewen Le Fanu, Archbishop of Perth (ff. 152-5, 168, 171, 235); Charles Earle Raven, Master of Christ's College, Cambridge (f. 156); Bishop Horace Crotty (ff. 162-3, 192, 196, 216, 224); Sir Claude Ernest Weymouth James, Agent General for Tasmania (ff. 165-6, 244); Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (f. 177); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 178); Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (ff. 179, 184); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (f. 180); Max Alexander Cunningham Warren, General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (f. 181); Ernest William Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham (f. 183); Henry McGowan, Archdeacon of Aston (f. 185); Francis de Witt Batty, Bishop of Newcastle, Australia (f. 187); Henry Colville Montgomery-Campbell, Suffragan Bishop of Kensington (f. 200); Thomas Bloomer (f. 201); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (ff. 204, 215); Cranswick (passim); and Sir Godfrey John Vignoles Thomas, Private Secretary to the Duke of Gloucester (ff. 240, 252, 255, 258).

Suffragan Bishop of TAUNTON  W.Temple 44, ff. 265-78  19 Apr-23 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of Harry Thomas, Archdeacon of Brisbane, as Suffragan Bishop of Taunton. Includes letters from: John William Charles Wand, Bishop of Bath and Wells (ff. 265, 267, 270, 273-5, 278), and Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 272).

Richard Henry TAWNEY, Professor of Economic History, London University  W.Temple 44, ff. 279-83  29 Sep-9 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding a proposed volume of essays in honour of Tawney, including letters from Harold Joseph Laski (ff. 279, 281-2).

TEMPERANCE  W.Temple 44, ff. 284-340  25 Aug 1943-9 Mar 1944


Related information: A pamphlet originally enclosed with f. 314 has been transferred to Lambeth Palace Library printed books, shelfmark: MV5133.M2

Contents:
Papers relating to attempts to control the consumption of alcohol, particularly among young people. Includes a copy of 'A Seven-Point Programme For the Times', a leaflet by the Temperance Council of the Christian Churches (ff. 337-40), and correspondence from: the British Social Hygiene Council (ff. 284, 300-5); Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (ff. 288, 291-3); D. McKenzie, Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 289); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 295); Henry Carter, Chairman of the Temperance Council of the Christian Churches of England and Wales (f. 296); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 297, 310); the Livesey-Clegg Youth Club (f. 314); the Church of England Moral Welfare Council (f. 316); Henry Urmston Willink, Minister of Health (f. 317); Charles Herbert Baugh, Chief of the Staff and Second in Command of the International Salvation Army (ff. 320, 336), including a report of a survey on drinking amongst young people conducted by the Salvation Army (ff. 321-33); and John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 335).

Temple, B. B. - Temple, W. (1912)  W.Temple 45  18 Aug 1890-18 Feb 1943

406 ff.

Beatrice Blanche TEMPLE, mother of William Temple  W.Temple 45, ff. 1-15  25 May 1910-12 [Mar] 1915

Contents:
Papers relating to her death, including an order of service for her funeral (ff. 8-9), a certificate of death (f. 12), a copy of her will (ff. 13-15), and letters from: Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 1-5); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of York (ff. 6-7); and John Howell (ff. 10-11).

Frederick TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury (1896-1902)  W.Temple 45, ff. 16-17  23 Dec 1902

Contents:
Letter of sympathy on his death from Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram, Bishop of London.

Frederick TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1896-1902  W.Temple 45, ff. 18-19  [c.1902-1904]

Contents:
Letter from William Temple regarding suggestions for a memorial inscription to his father.

Frederick TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1896-1902  W.Temple 45, ff. 20-2  [n.d.]

Contents:
Notes by William Temple on the main influences upon his father's life and thought.

Frederick TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1896-1902  W.Temple 45, ff. 23-6  1902, 18 Feb 1943

Contents:
Letter from Joseph Conybeare McCormick enclosing a copy of a memorial sermon preached in 1902 by his father, the Rev. Joseph Gough McCormick.

Frederick Charles TEMPLE, brother of W. Temple  W.Temple 45, ff. 27-30  27 Sep, 10 Oct 1904

Contents:
Letters to his mother.

Birth and baptismal certificates of William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 45, ff. 31-2  2 June 1894, 5 Apr 1911

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 45, ff. 33-329  1890-[1906]

Contents:
Three letters to his father (ff. 33-7; dated 18 Aug and 2 Oct 1890), and letters to his mother (two dated 18 Aug 1890, the remainder 28 Aug [1903]-31 July [1906]). Includes two picture postcards of scenes from Lübeck, Germany (ff. 130-1).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 45, ff. 330-1  20 Dec 1908, 19 Dec 1909

Contents:
Letters of orders to the diaconate and priesthood issued by Archbishop Randall Thomas Davidson (including Davidson's seal).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 45, ff. 332-5  4 May 1908, 13 Apr 1909

Contents:
Letters from Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury, regarding Temple's ordination [?to Mrs. Temple].

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 45, ff. 336-7  15 June [1910]

Contents:
Letter on his refusal of the headmastership of Repton School, Derbyshire.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 45, ff. 338-86  16 Dec 1912-7 Jan 1913

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the offer and subsequent withdrawal of the rectory of St. Margaret's, Westminster. Includes letters from: Herbert Henry Asquith, Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury (ff. 338-9, 354, 367, 373-4); Bishop Herbert Edward Ryle, Dean of Westminster (340-1, 377-8); Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 344-6, 368-70, 375-6); Frank Fletcher, Headmaster of the Charterhouse (f. 347); Lionel George Bridges Justice Ford, Headmaster of Harrow School (ff. 348-9); Edwyn Hoskyns, Bishop of Southwell (ff. 350-1); Edward Stuart Talbot, Bishop of Winchester (f. 363); Beatrice Blanche Temple, mother of William Temple (f. 365); and Maurice Bonham Carter, Private Secretary to Prime Minister Herbert Asquith (ff. 383-4).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 45, ff. 387-406  1912-1914

Contents:
Notes and examination papers for sixth form Divinity and Philosophy classes at Repton School, Derbyshire.

Temple, W. (1913-41)  W.Temple 46  7 Dec 1913-24 July 1943

423 ff.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 1-6  7, 9 Dec 1913

Contents:
Replies from the Rev. Ronald Arbuthnott Knox and Henry Scott Holland, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, to Temple's defence of 'Foundations'.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, f. 7  1 Mar 1914

Contents:
Certificate of the Teachers' Registration Council.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 8-14  8-16 Feb 1915

Contents:
Paper relating to Temple's appointment as an honorary chaplain to King George V, including the warrant of appointment (ff. 13-14) and letters from William Mansfield, 2nd Baron Sandhurst and Lord Chamberlain (ff. 8-9), and Sir Douglas Frederick Rawdon Dawson (ff. 10-12).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 15-16  22, 30 Apr 1915

Contents:
Correspondence on the proposed conferment of an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Yale University.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 17-18  1 Nov 1916

Contents:
Letter from Herbert Louis Wild, Bishop of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, regarding Temple's refusal of the vicarage of Newcastle.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 19-23  9 Nov 1916-10 Mar 1917

Contents:
Correspondence regarding appreciation of Temple's 'Mens Creatrix', comprising letters from: Charles Gore, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 19, 21-2); John Percival, Bishop of Hereford (f. 20); and Edward Stuart Talbot, Bishop of Winchester (f. 23).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 24-30  2 July [1916]-3 Sep [1917]

Contents:
Letters from Temple on the retirement of Ellen Langdon, his nursemaid. Includes a photograph of Langdon (f. 30).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 31-78  4 May 1916-2 Feb 1922

Contents:
Papers relating to Temple's resignation of St. James's, Piccadilly, and the work of the Life and Liberty Movement. Includes a joint letter from Ernest Courtenay Crosse, Eric Milner-White, and others (ff. 42-3), and correspondence from: Oliver Chase Quick, chaplain of Archbishop Davidson (f. 31); Herbert Hensley Henson, Dean of Durham (ff. 36-41); Charles Gore, Bishop of Oxford (f. 46); Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 51, 55-6, 59, 61-2); John Augustine Kempthorne, Bishop of Lichfield (f. 52); John Edwin Watts-Ditchfield, Bishop of Chelmsford (f. 58); and Francis Underhill (f. 67).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 79-81  13-23 Jan 1917

Contents:
Correspondence relating to an invitation to preach for the King and Queen at Sandringham, Norfolk. Includes letters from Clive Wigram, assistant private secretary to King George V, and Lady Mary Trefusis.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 82-3  13 June 1918

Contents:
Letter and certificate entitling Temple to supplicate for the degree of Doctor of Letters from Oxford University.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 84-91  15-20 June 1919

Contents:
Papers relating to his appointment as a canon of Westminster, including correspondence from: Ernest Evans, private secretary to Prime Minister David Lloyd George (f. 84); Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 87-8); and Bishop Herbert Edward Ryle, Dean of Westminster (f. 89).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 92-131  Jan-Mar 1919

Contents:
Papers relating to Temple's refusal of the mastership of University College, Durham. Includes correspondence from: Frank Byron Jevons, Master of Hatfield College (ff. 92-4, 102, 105-6, 117, 125, 130); George Kennedy Allen Bell, chaplain to Archbishop Davidson (ff. 100-1); Bishop Herbert Edward Ryle, Dean of Westminster (ff. 103-4, 127); Charles Gore, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 107-8, 115-16); Herbert Louis Wild, Bishop of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (ff. 109-14); James Edward Cowell Welldon, Dean of Durham (ff. 122-4, 131); and Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale (f. 126).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 132-71  26 Nov 1920-24 Jan 1921

Contents:
Papers relating to his appointment as Bishop of Manchester, including letters from: David Lloyd George, Prime Minister (ff. 132-3); George Kennedy Allen Bell, chaplain to Archbishop Davidson (ff. 137-8, 168); Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 139-42); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of York (f. 143); Ernest Evans, private secretary to Prime Minister David Lloyd George (f. 144); Frederic Athelwold Iremonger (f. 145); Hewlett Johnson, editor of The Interpreter (ff. 146, 149), enclosing a cutting from The Guardian for 19 November 1920 (f. 150); Edmund Arbuthnott Knox, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 147, 162); Herbert Hensley Henson, Bishop of Durham (f. 148); Norman Powell Williams (ff. 157-8); Claude Jenkins, Lambeth Librarian (f. 160); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Headmaster of Repton School (f. 161); and Frank Theodore Woods, Bishop of Peterborough (f. 163).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 172-3  23 May 1921

Contents:
'The Vive-La', a poem by Edmund George Valpy Knox of 'Punch' in honour of Temple.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 174-90  17 Nov 1921-9 Jan 1922

Contents:
Correspondence regarding appreciation of Temple's 'Life of Bishop Percival', including letters from: Godfrey Fox Bradby (ff. 175-7); Louise Creighton (ff. 183-4); Harold Edgeworth Butler (f. 185); and Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 189-90).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, f. 191  [1921-1927]

Contents:
Criticism by William Ralph Inge, Dean of St. Paul's, of 'The Pilgrim'.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 192-8  1921-1927

Contents:
Extracts from the diaries of Frances Temple, recording the engagements of William Temple as Bishop of Manchester.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, f. 199  22 June 1922

Parchment

Contents:
Certificate of an honorary D.D. from Glasgow University.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 200-1  10 Apr 1922

Contents:
Letter on his early impressions of Manchester.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 202-3  14 Apr 1922

Contents:
Poem by the Rev. Edward Gordon Selwyn on Temple's appointment as bishop of Manchester.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 204-9  11 Oct [1924]-11 Feb 1926

Contents:
Correspondence on appreciation of Temple's 'Christus Veritas', comprising letters from: Friedrich von Hügel (ff. 204-5); Herbert Hensley Henson, Bishop of Durham (ff. 206-7); and Skat Hoffmeyer (ff. 208-9).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, f. 210  12 Nov 1925

Contents:
Letter on his election as an honorary fellow of Queen's College, Oxford.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 211-18  9 May-7 Nov 1925

Contents:
Letters and papers from David Dorrity, Hon. Canon of Manchester, regarding a gift of a car from friends in the diocese of Manchester to Bishop Temple. Includes a cutting from The Guardian (f. 218).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 219-59  1926

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the General Strike, including a joint telegram from Hewlett Johnson and others (ff. 220-1), and letters from: Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (f. 219); Richard Henry Tawney (ff. 222-3); and Bishop Edward Stuart Talbot (f. 227).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 260-1  25 Sep 1926

Contents:
Invitation from Charles Gore, Bishop of Oxford, to give the 1928 H.S. Holland Memorial Lectures.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 262-3  [1926]

Contents:
Printed dietery sheet from his convalescence at Aix-les-Bains, France

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 264-5  26 Feb 1927

Contents:
Letter from Herbert Hensley Henson, Bishop of Durham, regarding his appreciation of a university sermon by Bishop Temple.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, f. 266  29 Feb 1928

Contents:
Letter from Richard Henry Tawney regarding his appreciation for 'Christianity and the State' by Bishop Temple.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 267-73  22 Nov-19 Dec 1928

Contents:
Correspondence on appreciation of his work in the diocese of Manchester, including a joint letter from the Manchester Diocesan Board of Women's Work (ff. 267-70).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, f. 274  30 July 1928

Contents:
Invitation to prepare a policy statement for the Education Commission of the Church Assembly.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 275-304  27 July 1928-2 Jan 1929

Contents:
Papers relating to Temple's appointment as Archbishop of York, including letters of congratulation, an account of his receiving the offer in an interview with Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin (ff. 280-4), a copy of the form of his election by the Dean and Chapter of York (ff. 301-2), and his oath of supremacy (ff. 303-4). Correspondents include: Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 275, 277-8); Mervyn George Haigh, chaplain and private secretary to Archbishop Davidson (f. 279); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Dean of Canterbury (ff. 285-6); Bishop Edmund Arbuthnott Knox (f. 287); Charles Earle Raven, Canon of Liverpool (ff. 288-9); Bishop Charles Gore (f. 290); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of York/Canterbury (ff. 291-2, 300); Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram, Bishop of London (ff. 293-4); Edwin James Palmer, Bishop of Bombay (ff. 295-6); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Chelmsford (ff. 297-8); and Henry Herbert Williams, Bishop of Carlisle (f. 299).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 305-8  9 Feb, 7 May 1929

Contents:
Papers relating to his appointment as a Privy Councillor, including a letter from Robert Gilbert Vansittart, private secretary to Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin (f. 305), and a copy of his oath (f. 308).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 309-24  [1929]

Contents:
Appreciations by Albert Mansbridge of the Workers' Educational Association and John Lewis Paton, High Master of Manchester Grammar School.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 325-6  15 July 1929

Contents:
Letter from James Vernon Bartlett, Professor of Church History, Mansfield College, Oxford, criticising Temple's statement on reunion in the 'York Diocesan Gazette'.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 327-8  10 May 1931

Contents:
Letter from Herbert Hensley Henson, Bishop of Durham, on his appreciation for Archbishop Temple's 'Christian Faith and Life'.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 329-30  4 Dec 1932

Contents:
Letter outlining his beliefs concerning the role of suffering in Christianity.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 331-41  26 Apr-9 May 1932

Contents:
Enquiries into a trust for his cousin, Agnes Temple.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 342-50  28 Nov 1932-13 Oct [1933]

Contents:
Correspondence regarding appreciation for his Gifford Lectures on 'Nature, Man and God'. Comprises letters from: Samuel Bickersteth, Canon of Canterbury (f. 342); Geoffrey Langdale Bickersteth (ff. 343, 345-7); Sir Robert Sangster Rait, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Glasgow University (f. 344); and Geoffrey Francis Allen, chaplain of Lincoln College, Oxford (ff. 348-50).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 351-5  13 Mar, 8 June 1933

Contents:
Letter from William Spens, Master of Corpus Christi College (f. 351), regarding the conferment of an honorary D.D. from Cambridge University upon Archbishop Temple. Includes a programme of those receiving honorary degrees on 8 June 1933 (ff. 352-5).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 356-7  26 July 1933

Contents:
Letter outlining his views on free trade.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 358-60  2 Sep 1935

Contents:
Letter from Frank Fletcher, Headmaster of the Charterhouse, regarding his appreciation for a radio broadcast by Archbishop Temple.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 361-9  Nov 1935-Jan 1936

Contents:
Papers relating to his visit to the U.S.A., including an itinerary (ff. 361-2).

Note: USA; U.S.A.


William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 370-1  April 1937

Contents:
Pastoral letter to the citizens of York on the coronation of King George VI.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 372-5  Apr 1938

Contents:
Papers relating to his visit to Greece for the centenary of St. Paul's Church, Athens. Includes an itinerary (f. 372).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 376-7  1 Mar, 4 Apr 1939

Contents:
Letters from Anthony Charles Deane, Canon of St. George's, Windsor, and David Colin Dunlop regarding appreciation for Archbishop Temple's 'Readings in St. John's Gospel'.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 46, ff. 378-423  3 Dec 1941-24 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding Archbishop Temple's 'Christianity and Social Order', including letters from: John Maynard Keynes (ff. 378-82); Richard Henry Tawney (f. 383); and Sir Charles Lennox Somerville Russell (ff. 399-420, 422-3).

Temple, W. (1942-4)  W.Temple 47  11 Feb 1942-27 Jan 1945

411 ff.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 1-48  11 Feb-23 June 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to his appointment as Archbishop of Canterbury, including a copy of the form of his election by the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury (ff. 35-6) and an order of service for his enthronement on 23 April 1942 (ff. 38-45). Correspondents include: Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, Prime Minister (ff. 1, 21); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 3-4); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 5-7); Cyril Forster Garbett, Bishop of Winchester (f. 8); Rosamond Chevallier Fisher, wife of Bishop Fisher (f. 9); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 10); Bishop Herbert Hensley Henson (ff. 11-12); Stephen Charles Neill, Bishop of Tinnevelly (f. 13); Alexander Sargent, Archdeacon of Canterbury (f. 14); Bernard Mary Williams, Old Catholic Bishop (f. 15); Yngve Torgny Brilioth, Lutheran Bishop of Växjö, Sweden (f. 16); Willem Adolph Visser't Hooft, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 17-18); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (ff. 19-20, 34); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (f. 22); Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury (f. 24); Adolph Keller (ff. 25-6); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 27-29); Amy Buller, Warden of the University of Liverpool Hall for Women Students (ff. 30-3); and Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (f. 47).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, f. 49  23 June 1942

Contents:
Certificate of membership of the Society for Hellenic Studies.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 50-1  Oct 1942

Contents:
Programme for the conferment of the honorary freedom of the city of York.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 52-89  4 May-2 July 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to criticism of his speech in Manchester on the principles of social justice on 3rd May 1942. Includes correspondence with businessmen, newspaper cuttings, and a copy of 'Industrial Peace' by T.B. Johnston (ff. 67-74).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, f. 90  17 Oct 1942

Contents:
Letter concerning the relationship between cathedral and diocese.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 91-3  17, 21 Nov 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the proposed reprinting of his 'The Education of Citizens'.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 94-116  1942-1943

Contents:
Article on Archbishop Temple in Svensk Tidskrift by Yngve Torgny Brilioth, Bishop of Växjö, Sweden (ff. 94-9), with English translation (ff. 100-7), and a further article in Christendom by Professor Charles W. Lowry (ff. 108-16).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 117-271  28 Sep 1942-25 Feb 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to Archbishop Temple's Albert Hall speech, 26th September 1942, and the formation of an advisory committee to consider developments arising from it. Includes a section from the Polish News for October 1942 (ff. 119-20); extracts from German broadcasts (ff. 130-3); cuttings from newspapers such as the Chicago Sun (f. 145) and the Daily Telegraph (ff. 202, 219); a copy of Land & Liberty for October 1942 (ff. 154-7); a cutting from Nature for 24 October 1942 (f. 171); a copy of Reality for 13 November 1942 (ff. 181-2); a copy of 'The Attitude of Employers in Industry Towards a Permanent Increase in Government Control' by Samuel Courtauld (ff. 186-90); a manifesto by the National Churchmen's Defence Committee (ff. 203-4); and minutes of the first meeting of the Archbishop's advisory committee held on 5 February 1943 (ff. 267-9). Correspondents include: Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (f. 117); Sir Herbert Geraint Williams (ff. 121-2, 147); James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (f. 129); Manuel de Irujo, President of the Basque National Council (f. 146); Evelyn Emily Mary Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire (f. 152); James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, 4th Marquess of Salisbury (ff. 169-70); Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, Lord Privy Seal (ff. 226, 233, 240, 262); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 231-2); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 235); Alfred Walter Frank Blunt, Bishop of Bradford (f. 238); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (f. 239); Eric Stephen Loveday, Vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London (ff. 241, 264); George Fielden Macleod, founder of the Iona Community (ff. 242, 265); John Armitage, editor of The Fortnightly (f. 243); Henry Urmston Willink (ff. 248, 257); Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (ff. 249, 258); Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (f. 251); Frederick William Thomas Craske, General Secretary of the Church of England Youth Council (f. 252); Patrick Henry Dean, of the Foreign Office (f. 253); Edward Michael Gresford Jones, Suffragan Bishop of Willesden (f. 255); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham, Editor of The Christian Newsletter (ff. 259-60); and Sir Edward Villiers (f. 271).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 272-3  3 Feb 1943, 13 Mar 1944

Contents:
Letters regarding his views on the Conservative party.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 274-9  1 May 1943

Contents:
Leaflet on the conferment of the honorary freedom of the city of Exeter.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 280-3  30 Mar, 15 Apr 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding historical determinism and the purpose of prayer.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 284-96  22 Nov-4 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the proposed publication of an address on St. Thomas Aquinas by Archbishop Temple. Includes letters from Conrad Pepler, Dominican priest and editor of Blackfriars (ff. 285-6), and a copy of Pepler's translation of Aquinas's 'On the Manifestation of the Divine Knowledge' (question II of the expositio super Boetium De Trinitate).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 297-305  28 July, 9 Aug 1943

Contents:
Review in the Westminster Theological Journal (U.S.A) of Archbishop Temple's 'The Hope of the New World', by Professor Rienk Bouke Kuiper.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, f. 306  24 July 1944

Contents:
Letter criticising a literal interpretation of Genesis.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 307-18  11-17 Feb 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to criticism of his speeches on land speculation, including a letter from William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (f. 310).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 319-25  31 Oct 1944

Contents:
Order of service for his funeral in Canterbury Cathedral, with a commentary by [James William] Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (f. 325).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 326-34  Apr 1944

Contents:
Messages of sympathy to a mother on the loss of her son.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, f. 335  24 Oct 1944

Contents:
Notification of his (final) illness to Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 336-8  7, 10 Mar 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on improving the efficiency of democratic government.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 339-41  Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to his proposed decoration by the Yugoslav government in exile, including notes from John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 342-3  15 Nov 1944

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Lionel Hodgkin, Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, regarding his views on a short biography of Archbishop Temple.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, f. 344  21 Apr 1944

Contents:
Letter expressing his views on post-revolutionary Russia.

Note: Also known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R., USSR). The Soviet Union came into being following the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917-21. It is traditionally considered to be the successor of the Russian Empire. It was established in December 1922 as the union of the Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Transcaucasian Soviet republics ruled by Bolshevik parties. It was the largest country in the world when it existed. Following political and economic reforms in the late 1980s, it dissolved in 1991. In its final years it consisted of 15 republics - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia (now Belarus), Estonia, Georgia, Kazakstan, Kirgiziya (now Kyrgyzstan), Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia (now Moldova), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, there were a collection of states commonly known as 'the former Soviet Union', alligned only through a loose organization known as the 'Commonwealth of Independent States'.


William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, ff. 345-410  26 Oct 1944-27 Jan 1945

Contents:
Messages of sympathy to Mrs. Frances Temple following Archbishop Temple's death, including correspondence from: Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (f. 345); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (f. 346); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 347); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 348); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 349): Henry Townsend Vodden, Suffragan Bishop of Hull (ff. 350-2); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 353); Arnold Joseph Toynbee (f. 354); Maurice Henry Harland, Suffragan Bishop of Croydon (f. 355); Harold Evelyn Hubbard, Suffragan Bishop of Whitby (f. 356); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (f. 357); Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, Prime Minister of the Polish Government in exile (f. 358); Peter II, King of Yugoslavia (ff. 359, 400); Field-Marshal Jan Christian Smuts, Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa (f. 360); Jan Sramek, Prime Minister of the Czechoslovak Government in exile (f. 361); Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz, President of the Polish Governemnt in exile (f. 362); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (f. 364); Bishop Savva, Orthodox Chaplain to the Polish Forces (f. 363); William James Conybeare, Provost of Southwell (ff. 365-6); Norman Henry Tubbs, Assistant Bishop and Dean of Chester (f. 367); Henry Herbert Williams, Bishop of Carlisle (f. 368); Olaf Henry Thompson (ff. 369-70); Vi Kyuin Wellington Koo, Chinese Ambassador in London (ff. 371-3); Herbert Hensley Henson, former Bishop of Durham (ff. 374-5); the Labour Party (f. 377); Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (f. 378); William Louis Anderson, Bishop of Portsmouth (ff. 380-1); Gregory Dix, Prior of Nashdom Abbey (ff. 383-5); the Central Office of the Society of Friends (f. 386); Robert Howard Hodgkin, Provost of Queen's College, Oxford (ff. 387-8); Thomas Stearns Eliot (f. 392); Richard Brook, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich (f. 394); Weston Henry Stewart, Bishop in Jerusalem (ff. 395-6); Leonard Stanley Kempthorne, Bishop in Polynesia (f. 404); the Student Christian Movement (f. 405); Philip Thomas Byard Clayton (ff. 406-7); and Vigo Auguste Demant, Canon of St. Paul's (f. 408), enclosing a copy of the Church Union Gazette for winter 1945 with a commemorative sermon by Demant (ff. 409-10). Also includes a joint letter from members of the provisional committee of the World Council of Churches, such as Germanos Strenopoulos, Archbishop of Thyateira, Joseph Houldsworth Oldham, George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester, Sir Walter Moberly, Melbourn Evans Aubrey and others (f. 393), and copies of some letters from Mrs. Frances Temple in reply to messages of condolence (ff. 401-3).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 47, f. 411  [post 1944]

Contents:
List of his degrees and honours.

Temple, W. (1945) - Unction  W.Temple 48  31 Dec 1927-10 Jan 1966

457 ff.

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 48, ff. 1-175  22 Feb 1945-4 Aug 1949

Contents:
Reminiscences of Archbishop Temple (22 Feb-23 Aug 1945 and 3-4 Aug 1949, with some undated). Correspondents include: Robert Richmond Raymer, British chaplain in Greece (ff. 24-5); John McIntosh Swift, Canon Emeritus of Liverpool (f. 26); Thomas Whitehead Taylor, Hon. Canon of Manchester (f. 35); Charles Hugh Egerton Smyth, Hon. Canon of Derby and fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (f. 64); Lionel Spencer Thornton (ff. 84-5); Spencer Leeson, Headmaster of Winchester College (ff. 86-7); Harry Arthur Siepmann, Executive Director of the Bank of England (f. 88); Laurence William Grensted, Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion, Oxford (ff. 89-92); Walter Fraser Oakeshott, High Master of St Paul's School, Wokingham (ff. 95-8); Eric Graham, Bishop of Brechin (ff. 99-102); Hugh Martin, Managing Director of the Student Christian Movement Press (ff. 103-20); Cyril Coniston Clemens, President of the International Mark Twain Society (f. 121); Martin Patrick Grainge Leonard, Provost of St. Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow (f. 123); Charles Earle Raven, Master of Christ's College, Cambridge (ff. 128-9); Herbert George Wood (ff. 130-2); James Ralph Darling, Headmaster of the Geelong Church of England Grammar School, Corio, Australia (ff. 137-42); Leonard Knight Elmhirst (ff. 144, 146-8); [Sir Frank Fletcher] (ff. 152-62); [Kurt Matthias Robert Martin Hahn, founder of Gordonstoun School] (ff. 163-5); and [Malcolm Spencer, Secretary of the Congregational Union of England and Wales] (ff. 168-73). Also includes notes by Frederic Athelwold Iremonger, Dean of Lichfield and Archbishop Temple's biographer (ff. 133-6, 143), and a photograph of Archbishop Temple's entry in the baptismal register of the Cathedral of Exeter (f. 175).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 48, ff. 176-95  Oct 1947-31 Oct 1948

Contents:
Papers relating to a memorial appeal, comprising a printed leaflet in support of William Temple College (ff. 176-7); a newspaper article by Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (f. 178); and the text of a sermon preached in Westminster Abbey by Frederic Athelwold Iremonger, Dean of Lichfield (ff. 179-95).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 48, ff. 196-211  25 Sep, 3 Nov 1954

Contents:
Transcript of a radio programme on the dedication of a new parish church in Woodhouse Park, Manchester, to the late archbishop. Includes two photographs of the church (ff. 210-11).

William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 48, ff. 212-15  10 Jan 1966

Contents:
Transcript of a radio programme on the late archbishop.

LAMBETH DIPLOMA OF THEOLOGY  W.Temple 48, ff. 216-83  13 Oct 1942-7 Dec 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the administration of the diploma, including minutes of the committee, accounts (f. 245), and results of examinations (ff. 257, 260). Correspondents include: Deaconess Dorothy Batho, Secretary of the Archbishop's Examination in Theology (passim); John Kenneth Mozley, Director of the Archbishop's Examination in Theology (passim); and Edgar Francis Hall, General Secretary of the National Society (f. 248).

William Jameson THOMPSON, Bishop in Iran  W.Temple 48, ff. 284-96  4 Sep-12 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to his visit to Great Britain, including a joint letter to Sir Malcolm Robertson from Thompson, Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan, and Weston Henry Stewart, Bishop in Jerusalem (ff. 285-6). Also includes further letters from Thompson (ff. 284, 289-90, 293) and a letter from Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 294).

TITHE RENT CHARGE  W.Temple 48, ff. 297-338  22 Nov 1943-31 May 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning objections to the continued payment of the charge, including correspondence from: the Tithepayers Association (ff. 297-306); Henry Gerald Richardson, Secretary of the Tithe Redemption Commission (ff. 330-1); and William George Hannah (ff. 334, 336, 338).

TOC H  W.Temple 48, ff. 339-66  31 Dec 1927-22 Nov 1943

Contents:
Papers concerning the organisation's relations with All Hallows, Tower Hill, London, including copies of 1927 (ff. 340-4) and 1931 (ff. 345-8) trust deeds, and a list of ordinands from 1927-1935 (ff. 351-2). Also includes letters from Philip Thomas Byard Clayton, Vicar of All Hallows and founder of TOC H (ff. 349-50, 356), and photographs showing 'a monument lately unearthed in Shetland of about 600 A.D. almost certainly commemorating a visit by St. Ninian' (ff. 360-3).

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING  W.Temple 48, ff. 367-81  15 Feb 1943-7 June 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the Christian attitude to planning, including correspondence from the Town and Country Planning Association (passim).

Eric TREACY, Bishop of Wakefield (1968)  W.Temple 48, ff. 382-5  19, 21 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on a proposal for a Christian news-letter for the Army.

TREDEGAR, Mons.  W.Temple 48, ff. 386-91  June-July 1943

Contents:
Letter from Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (f. 386), enclosing a report of a mission to Tredegar, Monmouthshire (ff. 387-91).

TURKEY  W.Temple 48, ff. 392-453  22 Dec 1942-22 Oct 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to criticism of the treatment of non-Turkish minorities in Turkey, including correspondence from: Austin Oakley, Chaplain to the British Embassy in Turkey and the Crimean Memorial Church, Istanbul (f. 392); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (ff. 393, 417, 422, 430, 435-6); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Baron Lang of Lambeth (f. 394); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 395-6, 449-52); Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (ff. 397-9, 406, 426); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 410); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (f. 418); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (ff. 421, 423-4); Percy Hugh Beverley Lyon, Headmaster of Rugby School (f. 427); and Sir Wyndham Henry Deedes (ff. 431-2).

UNCTION  W.Temple 48, ff. 454-7  29 Oct-8 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the validity of unction, including letters from Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon (f. 454), and Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 455-6).

U.S.S.R. - Walsingham  W.Temple 49  1939-20 Nov 1944

456 ff.

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS  W.Temple 49, ff. 1-11  14 Jan-24 Feb 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to special prayers for Red Army Day, including letters and papers from: Hugh Martin, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 1-2); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 3, 9); John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 6); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (f. 8); and Francis House (f. 10).

Note: Also known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R., USSR). The Soviet Union came into being following the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917-21. It is traditionally considered to be the successor of the Russian Empire. It was established in December 1922 as the union of the Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Transcaucasian Soviet republics ruled by Bolshevik parties. It was the largest country in the world when it existed. Following political and economic reforms in the late 1980s, it dissolved in 1991. In its final years it consisted of 15 republics - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia (now Belarus), Estonia, Georgia, Kazakstan, Kirgiziya (now Kyrgyzstan), Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia (now Moldova), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, there were a collection of states commonly known as 'the former Soviet Union', alligned only through a loose organization known as the 'Commonwealth of Independent States'.


UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS  W.Temple 49, ff. 12-105  30 Dec 1943-19 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning attempts to assist Poles and others deported to the Soviet Union, including correspondence from: John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (f. 12); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (ff. 36-7); the Church of England Committee for "Non-Aryan" Christians (ff. 31, 40, 44); Lady Fay Sibyl Marie Carmichael-Anstruther, Chairman of the Polish Children Rescue Fund (f. 69); Charles Venn Pilcher, Bishop Coadjutor of Sydney, Australia (ff. 75, 89); Sir Peter Chalmers Mitchell (f. 94); and Herbert Montague Waddams, of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 98). Also includes reprints and cuttings from various newspapers and periodicals.

Note: Also known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R., USSR). The Soviet Union came into being following the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917-21. It is traditionally considered to be the successor of the Russian Empire. It was established in December 1922 as the union of the Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Transcaucasian Soviet republics ruled by Bolshevik parties. It was the largest country in the world when it existed. Following political and economic reforms in the late 1980s, it dissolved in 1991. In its final years it consisted of 15 republics - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia (now Belarus), Estonia, Georgia, Kazakstan, Kirgiziya (now Kyrgyzstan), Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia (now Moldova), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, there were a collection of states commonly known as 'the former Soviet Union', alligned only through a loose organization known as the 'Commonwealth of Independent States'.


UNITARIAN CHURCH  W.Temple 49, ff. 106-8  10, 12 June 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on a basis for cooperation between orthodox Christians and Unitarians.

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 109-209  1939-2 Mar 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to proposed union with the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., including a report by the Commission on Approaches to Unity (ff. 197-204) and correspondence from: Edward Lambe Parsons, former Bishop of California (passim); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 148, 162); William Thomas Manning, Bishop of New York (ff. 166-8); Harold Edward Wynn, Bishop of Ely (f. 175); James Hutchison Cockburn, Minister of Dunblane Cathedral (ff. 183-4); Henry Knox Sherrill, Bishop of Massachusetts (ff. 189-90); James de Wolf Perry, former Presiding Bishop of P.E.C.U.S.A. (ff. 193-4); and Campbell Gray, Bishop of Northern Indiana (ff. 205-7).

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 210-13  16-19 Dec 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the appointment of Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop, as President of the Federal Council of Churches. Includes a letter from Hugh Martin, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 212).

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 214-23  21 Mar-2 Sep 1942

Contents:
Correspondence on the prospects of employment for two American ordinands in England, including a letter from Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop of P.E.C.U.S.A. (f. 217).

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 224-9  3 July 1942-23 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on the status of the presiding bishop, including letters from Richard Bland Mitchell, Bishop of Arkansas (ff. 224-5), and Paul Matthews, former Bishop of New Jersey (ff. 228-9).

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 230-321  26 June 1942-24 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to a visit by an official delegation to Great Britain, including an itinerary (ff. 319-21) and correspondence from: Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop of P.E.C.U.S.A. (passim); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (f. 242); Horace William Baden Donegan (ff. 246, 253-4); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (passim); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 274); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (f. 277); George Ashton Oldham, Bishop of Albany (ff. 285, 313); Ronald Ralph Williams, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 287); Henry Wise Hobson, Bishop of Southern Ohio (f. 298); Ernest Denny Logie Danson, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church (f. 299); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 304, 315); Sir Clement Anderson Montague Barlow (ff. 308-9); and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President of the U.S.A. (f. 316).

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 322-3  26 Jan, 22 Feb 1943

Administrative history:
Denver Scott Swain was an episcopus vagans, and his 'America Episcopal Church' was never affiliated with the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America (PECUSA). For more information about him and Temple College see: A.C. Piepkorn, 'The American Episcopal Church (Lutheran)', American Lutheran, Nov. 1947, pp. 9-14 [LPL printed books: H761 2.28].

Contents:
Letter from Denver Scott Swain, Bishop of Illinois in the 'American Episcopal Church', regarding the establishment of a William Temple College in his diocese.

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 324-89  26 May 1943-15 Mar 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the appointment of a committee in Great Britain to consult with the American Joint Commission on Social Reconstruction, including a report of the Joint Commission (ff. 331-43) and correspondence from: Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop of P.E.C.U.S.A. (ff. 324, 329, 347-9, 362-3); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 325-8); William Scarlett, Bishop of Missouri (f. 330); Sir Clement Anderson Montague Barlow (ff. 354-6, 358-60, 366-70, 386); George Welsh Currie (ff. 374-5, 382, 385); Philip Arthur Micklem, Provost of Derby (f. 377); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (f. 378); Henry McGowan, Archdeacon of Aston (f. 379); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (f. 381); and Thomas Walker Hobart Inskip, 1st Viscount Caldecote and Lord Chief Justice of England (f. 384).

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 390-408  8 Oct 1943-29 Sep 1944

Contents:
|Correspondence relating to the appointment of the Rev. Arnold S. Nash from the diocese of Southwark to the diocese of California, U.S.A., including letters from: Alexander Dunlop Lindsay, Master of Balliol College, Oxford (f. 391); Nash (ff. 393-5, 406-7); Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (f. 396); Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (f. 398); and Karl Morgan Block, Bishop of California (ff. 402-4).

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  W.Temple 49, ff. 409-23  23 Feb-28 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to a proposed delegation to the Patriarch of Moscow, including letters and papers from: John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 409, 413-14, 417, 423); Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop of P.E.C.U.S.A. (f. 412); and Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (f. 416).

VESTMENTS  W.Temple 49, ff. 424-5  15-16 Dec 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding criticism of the use of ornate robes.

Alexander Roper VIDLER, Canon of Windsor (1948)  W.Temple 49, ff. 426-9  29 Sep-10 Oct 1942

Contents:
Letters and memorandum regarding his proposal that the Oratory of the Good Shepherd undertake parochial work.

VIVISECTION  W.Temple 49, ff. 430-51  26 June-20 Nov 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding criticism of experiments on animals.

John Drummond WALKER, Secretary of the Central Board of Finance  W.Temple 49, ff. 452-4  28 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence on his proposed recall from government work.

WALSINGHAM, Norfolk  W.Temple 49, ff. 455-6  5, 8 Apr 1944

Contents:
Letter from Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich, seeking advice on the proposed consecration of a shrine at Walsingham.

War (1939-45), Internment; famine relief  W.Temple 50  2 Nov 1939-6 July 1944

398 ff.

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 50, ff. 1-56  9 Nov 1939-6 July 1944

Contents:
Correspondence concerning attempts to obtain the release from internment of Pastors H.J. Diehl and William Christian Hansen, including letters from: Hansen (ff. 1-2, 7, 9-12, 14-16, 24, 42-9); Henry Carter, General Secretary of the Social Welfare Department of the Methodist Church (ff. 6, 54); Alfred Walter Frank Blunt, Bishop of Bradford (f. 8); Francis Bernhard Heiser, Principal of St. Aidan's College (f. 13); William Paton, Chairman of the Joint Committee on Welfare of Internees (f. 25); the Church of England Committee for "Non-Aryan" Christians (ff. 29-31); Hastings William Sackville Russell, 12th Duke of Bedford (ff. 33, 35); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 39); and Diehl (ff. 55-6).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 50, ff. 57-398  2 Nov 1939-30 May 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to famine relief in Europe, including reports on conditions in Poland (ff. 352-69, 371-6), newspaper cuttings (ff. 383-4, 393), and correspondence from: Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 3rd Viscount Halifax and Foreign Secretary (ff. 57-9); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 67, 190); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (ff. 70-1, 73, 77, 115-17); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (passim); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (f. 97); Christophoros II, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria (ff. 98, 307-9); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 102, 107); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (ff. 127, 129, 133); Sir Percy Alfred Harris (ff. 149, 178, 184, 189); Percy W. Bartlett, Secretary of the Embassies of Reconciliation (ff. 185, 218); Edward Turnour, 6th Earl Winterton (f. 186); James Young, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of London (ff. 196-7); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (ff. 220-1, 244, 314, 331, 339); Thomas Jeeves Horder, 1st Baron Horder (ff. 288, 294, 306, 324, 329); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 312); and Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (f. 316). Also includes the text of sermon by William Mark Duke, Archbishop of Vancouver, delivered at a requiem mass in honour of the Belgian dead (ff. 253-5).

War (1939-45), Prayers, peace aims; chaplains  W.Temple 51  26 Apr 1939-26 Sep 1944

391 ff.

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 51, ff. 1-50  30 Apr 1939-25 June 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to forms of prayer for use in wartime, including letters from: John Allsebrook Simon, 1st Viscount Simon and Lord Chancellor (ff. 3, 6, 8, 16); Ernest William Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham (ff. 9, 12); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 28, 32); Reginald Tribe, Director of the Society of the Sacred Mission (ff. 29, 38, 40); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (f. 34); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 35); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (f. 36); and William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (ff. 42, 44, 46).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 51, ff. 51-182  26 Apr 1939-26 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the principles of peace aims and the Christian attitude to the enemy, including correspondence from: Frederic Athelwold Iremonger (f. 58); Henry St. John Stirling Woollcombe, Suffragan Bishop of Selby (f. 60); John Kenneth Mozley, Canon and Chancellor of St. Paul's (f. 61); Alexander Dunlop Lindsay, Master of Balliol College, Oxford (f. 62); Reinhold Niebuhr (f. 63); Henry Clay (f. 67); Cyril Edwin Mitchinson Joad (f. 68); Noel Edward Noel-Buxton, 1st Baron Noel-Buxton (ff. 140-1, 148-9, 152); Harold Henry Rowley, Professor of Semitic Languages, University College of North Wales (ff. 144, 146); Alfred Ernest Garvie, Principal Emeritus of Hackney and New College (ff. 154-6, 159-60); Violet Bonham-Carter, Baroness Asquith (f. 161); and William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (ff. 173-4).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 51, ff. 183-391  3 July 1940-31 Dec 1942

Contents:
Papers relating to the recruitment and supervision of chaplains to the Armed Services, including correspondence from: Captain Henry David Reginald Margesson, Secretary of State for War (f. 186); Sir Ronald Forbes Adam, Adjutant-General to the Forces (ff. 190, 265); William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff. 194-5); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 197, 230, 249, 373); Richard Edward Parsons, Canon of York (ff. 199, 208, 220, 237-8); Charles Earle Raven, Master of Christ's College, Cambridge (ff. 206-7); Ernest Barker (ff. 213-14, 388); Henry Townsend Vodden, Suffragan Bishop of Hull (f. 216); Air Marshal Sir Philip Babington (ff. 217, 219); Maurice Henry Edwards, Chaplain-in-Chief to the Royal Air Force (passim); Martin Kiddle, Vicar of Christ Church, Harrogate (ff. 221-3); Sir William Arthington Worsley (ff. 224, 233); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (ff. 234-5); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (ff. 239, 244-8); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 241, 279, 282); Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry (ff. 252-3, 258); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (f. 259); Llewellyn Henry Gwynne, Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan (ff. 260, 297-301); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (ff. 263, 305); Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Jarrow (ff. 264, 270, 328-9, 337, 378); Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (ff. 267, 283, 344, 386); William Derrick Lindsay Greer, General Secretary of the Student Christian Movement of Great Britain (f. 273); Thomas Crick, Chaplain of the Fleet (ff. 286-7, 327); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 290-3); Sir John Cronyn Tovey (f. 302); Sir Frederick Carl Bovenschen, Joint Permanent Under-Secretary of State for War (ff. 303, 309, 340); Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (f. 311); General Bernard Law Montgomery (ff. 313-14); David Colin Dunlop, Provost of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh (f. 353); Ernest Denny Logie Danson, Bishop of Edinburgh (f. 354); Thomas Grigg-Smith (f. 355); Bishop Neville Stuart Talbot (ff. 356, 381); Frank Hay Gillingham, Hon. Canon of Southwark (ff. 357, 374); Herbert Arthur Jones, Provost of Leicester (f. 358); Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester (ff. 359, 371); Sidney Ernest Swann, Hon. Canon of Bristol (ff. 360, 367); John Charles Mann, Assistant Bishop and Hon. Canon in the Diocese of Rochester (f. 361); and Harold Evelyn Hubbard, Suffragan Bishop of Whitby (f. 362). Also includes a 1942 Christmas letter to Anglican chaplains, signed jointly by Archbishop Temple and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 387).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 52  6 Jan 1943-31 Jan 1944

374 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to the recruitment and supervision of chaplains to the Armed Services, including material on chaplaincy work among prisoners of war. Correspondents include: Herbert Pike Pease, 1st Baron Daryngton (f. 3); Albert Augustus David, Bishop of Liverpool (f. 10); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (ff. 12, 282); Maurice Henry Edwards, Chaplain-in-Chief to the Royal Air Force (passim); Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Jarrow (ff. 32-3); Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (passim); Sidney Ernest Swann, Hon. Canon of Bristol (ff. 43-4, 113-14, 174-5, 183); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (f. 52); Douglas Henry Crick, Bishop of Chester (f. 61); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 67, 73, 179, 272, 289, 361); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (ff. 68-70, 271, 367); Lilias Marjorie Lunt, wife of Bishop Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt (f. 84); Robert Hamilton Moberly, Suffragan Bishop of Stepney (f. 85); Richard Edward Parsons, Canon of York (ff. 87, 129, 178, 225, 305-6); Thomas Crick, Chaplain of the Fleet (ff. 94-5, 101, 111); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (ff. 107-10); John Percy Hales, Archdeacon of Newark (f. 119); Harold Evelyn Hubbard, Suffragan Bishop of Whitby (ff. 125-6, 168-9); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (ff. 147-64); Eric Symes Abbott, Warden of Lincoln Theological College (f. 181); Henry Herbert Williams, Bishop of Carlisle (f. 182); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (f. 185); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (ff. 192-3); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 195); Charles Henry Lambert, Canon of Blackburn (ff. 210, 215); Thomas Grigg-Smith (ff. 218, 357-9); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (f. 227); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (ff. 238-9); Ronald Ralph Williams, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 253); Hugh Christopher Lempriere Heywood, Dean of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (f. 257); John Kenneth Wilson, Chaplain to the Fleet (ff. 258, 264); Sir Richard Granville Hylton Howard-Vyse (f. 266); Ernest Cyril Gepp, Director of Prisoners of War (ff. 269, 355); Lemprière Durell Hammond, Suffragan Bishop of Stafford (ff. 283-5); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 290, 312); Oswald Constantine John Phipps, 4th Marquis of Normanby (f. 291); John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (ff. 292-3); David Colin Dunlop, Provost of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh (f. 302); Archibald Henry Macdonald Sinclair, Secretary of State for Air (f. 304); and James Grove White Tuckey, Canon of Ripon (f. 368). Also includes papers concerning Church of Scotland chaplains to the forces (ff. 103-6), alternate forms of services for use with the forces (ff. 130-46), and a joint pastoral letter to the forces from Archbishop Temple and Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 299).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 53  1 Feb-20 Dec 1944

385 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to the recruitment and supervision of chaplains to the Armed Services, including material on chaplaincy work among prisoners of war. Correspondents include: Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (f. 1); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 3, 28, 30, 69, 342); John Macleod Campbell, Secretary of the Church Assembly Missionary Council (f. 4); Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (ff. 5, 54-6, 62, 127, 180); James Grove White Tuckey, Canon of Ripon (ff. 7, 129, 164, 188, 356); Sir Frederick Carl Bovenschen, Joint Permanent Under-Secretary of State for War (passim); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (f. 12); Thomas Grigg-Smith (f. 15); Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Maidstone (passim); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (passim); John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (f. 46); Kenneth Escott Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (ff. 48, 163); Archibald Henry Macdonald Sinclair, Secretary of State for Air (ff. 63-4, 154); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 70); Foss Westcott, Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon (ff. 87-90, 113-17); Edward Francis Paget, Bishop of Southern Rhodesia (f. 128); John Arthur Jagoe, Chaplain-in-Chief (passim); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 146, 373-7); Ernest Cyril Gepp, Director of Prisoners of War (ff. 153, 167, 261, 311); John Norman Bateman-Champain, Suffragan Bishop of Knaresborough (f. 161); Henry Thomas Alexander Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Province of Canterbury (f. 162); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 168); Alfred Vincent Hurley, Canon of Salisbury (f. 201); Ernest Neville Lovett, Bishop of Salisbury (ff. 207, 215, 236); John Cecil Latter, Deputy Adjutant General, Middle East Forces (ff. 221-4); Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (ff. 225, 230); Air Marshal Sir Bertine Entwisle Sutton (ff. 250, 315); James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (ff. 251-2); Christopher Maude Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester (f. 260); Guy Vernon Smith, Bishop of Leicester (f. 276); William Louis Anderson, Bishop of Portsmouth (f. 304, 367-8); Sir Oliver William Hargreaves Leese (ff. 295-6, 337); Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (ff. 378-9); and the Community of the Resurrection (ff. 382-8).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 54  2 May 1941-30 Apr 1943

412 ff.

Contents:
Papers relating to assistance for refugees, particularly Jews in occupied Europe. Includes a report of a deputation to the Home Secretary on 28 October 1942 by Archbishop Temple, Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, and others (ff. 129-32); a draft of a joint telegram to presidents of American states from Archbishop Temple, Cardinal Hinsley, David Lloyd George and others (f. 141); a report of a deputation to the Foreign Office on 16 December 1942 by Archbishop Temple, David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster, and others (ff. 197-201); a joint statement by Archbishop Temple, Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York, and Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (ff. 225-6); newspaper cuttings; and a draft outline of a speech delivered by Archbishop Temple in the House of Lords on 23 March 1943 (ff. 345-9). Also includes correspondence and papers from: Margery Irene Corbett Ashby (ff. 1-2, 7-8, 135); Sir Walter McLennan Citrine, General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress (ff. 5-6); the Council of Austrians in Great Britain (ff. 10-11, 26, 74); the Free German League of Culture in Great Britain (ff. 12-14); Sir William Henry Bragg (ff. 16, 21); Margaret Haig Thomas, 2nd Viscountess Rhondda (f. 19); Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (ff. 23, 354); Harold L. Ickes, United States Secretary of the Interior (f. 25); the Refugee Industries Committee (ff. 27-33); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 37-8); George Francis Graham Brown, Bishop in Jerusalem (ff. 42-3); John Stoward Moyes, Bishop of Armidale (f. 50); Charles Venn Pilcher, Bishop Coadjutor of Sydney, Australia (ff. 57-8); James William Parkes (ff. 59-61); the Christian Council for Refugees from Germany and Central Europe (ff. 62-72, 393-4, 404-9); the Ecumenical Committee for Refugees (ff. 91-106); the Board of Deputies of British Jews (ff. 111, 113, 218, 331); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (f. 115), enclosing a joint letter from Gibraltarians whose families had been evacuated (ff. 116-18); the World Jewish Congress (ff. 120-4, 196); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 125); Sir Herbert William Emerson, High Commissioner for Refugees, League of Nations (ff. 126-8, 370); Eleanor Florence Rathbone, Hon. Secretary of the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees (passim); Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cranborne and Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 153); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 170-1); the Union for the Protection of the Human Person (ff. 173-80); Victor Alexander George Robert Lytton, 2nd Earl of Lytton (f. 184); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 202, 235); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 205); Richard Kidston Law, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Foreign Office (f. 206); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 211-12, 243, 262, 273); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (ff. 215, 236, 356, 379); the Church Missions to Jews (ff. 223, 230); Charles Wilton Wood Greenidge, Secretary of the Anti-Slavery Society (ff. 227-9); the World's Evangelical Alliance (ff. 233-4); the World's Young Women's Christian Association (f. 237); the Conference of Missionary Societies in Great Britain and Ireland (f. 254); David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster (f. 263); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (f. 270); Erling Eidem, Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden (f. 302); the International Hebrew Christian Alliance (f. 313); the Council of Christians and Jews (passim), including a leaflet on 'The Fifth Freedom' (ff. 371-2); Gustave Gérard Kullmann, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (ff. 332, 339); the National Committee for Rescue from Nazi Terror (ff. 360-1, 377, 384-5, 387-9, 401-2, 412); and Anthony de Rothschild (ff. 391-2).

War (1939-45), Refugees; Armistice day  W.Temple 55  15 Mar 1942-1 Nov 1944

389 ff.

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 55, ff. 1-207  4 May 1943-21 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to assistance for refugees, particularly Jews in occupied Europe. Includes reports of conditions in the Warsaw Ghetto in April and May 1943 (ff. 31-2); papers concerning broadcasts by Archbishop Temple to Christians in Hungary (ff. 117, 180-2); newspaper cuttings; and a copy of a joint letter to the Foreign Secretary from Archbishop Temple, James Eric Drummond, 17th Earl of Perth, Eleanor Florence Rathbone and others (f. 199). Also includes correspondence and papers from: Charles Venn Pilcher, Bishop Coadjutor of Sydney (ff. 1-2); Josiah Clement Wedgwood, 1st Baron Wedgwood (ff. 3, 100); the Christian Council for Refugees from Germany and Central Europe (passim); the Jewish Agency for Palestine (ff. 12, 24); the National Committee for Rescue from Nazi Terror (ff. 13, 21, 23, 63-3a, 198); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (f. 15); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 27, 41); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (f. 28); Eleanor Florence Rathbone, Hon. Secretary of the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees (ff. 35-6, 201-2); the Council of Polish Jews in Great Britain (ff. 42-3); the Council of Christians and Jews (passim); Erling Eidem, Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden (ff. 49-50, 60, 68); Ralph Ellis Burlingham (f. 69); Richard Downey, Archbishop of Liverpool (f. 71); the World Jewish Congress (passim); Francis Harry House, of the B.B.C. (ff. 76, 111, 121, 183, 185); the Union for the Protection of the Human Person (ff. 84-94, 146-54); Willem Adolph Visser't Hooft, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 104, 167-8); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 129); Carl Söderberg, Rector of the Swedish Church, London (ff. 130, 137); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 138); Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, Prime Minister (ff. 188-9); Count Michael Károlyi, Chairman of the Hungarian Council in Great Britain (f. 191); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (f. 194); and Jan Stanczyk, Polish Minister of Labour and Social Welfare (f. 196).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 55, ff. 208-12  12-20 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding arrangements for the evacuation of clergy from the diocese of Canterbury, including a letter from Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (f. 211).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 55, ff. 213-15  9-20 July 1942

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the refusal of Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester, to join the Bishops' War Committee. Includes letters from Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London, and Haigh.

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 55, ff. 216-26  15 Mar 1942-6 May 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to educational schemes for the Armed Services, including correspondence from: Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (ff. 216-18); Thomas Lionel Hodgkin (ff. 219-20); and William Wavell Wakefield, Director of the Air Training Corps (f. 226).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 55, ff. 227-78  30 Apr 1942-7 July 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the appointment of workers for the Churches' Committee for Women serving with H.M. Forces, and the extension of the committee's work to Northern Ireland. Includes lists of workers passed by the executive committee (ff. 234-6, 261-5, 267-72, 274-7), and correspondence from: Charles Douglas Symons, Chaplain-General to the Forces (f. 227); Rosamond Chevallier Fisher, wife of Bishop Fisher and Chairman of the Committee (ff. 237, 239-44); John Allen Fitzgerald Gregg, Anglican Archbishop of Armagh (ff. 250-1); Sir Frederick Carl Bovenschen, Joint Permanent Under-Secretary of State for War (f. 252); and Beresford S. Lyons, President of the Methodist Church in Ireland (f. 259).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 55, ff. 279-389  13 Oct 1942-1 Nov 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning arrangements for Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday, and the drafting of a thanksgiving service for use following Allied victory in Europe. Includes correspondence from: Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (ff. 279, 281, 290, 292, 353); Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (f. 288); Arthur John MacLean, Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church (f. 289); John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 291); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 294, 297); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 298); Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (passim); (George) Frederic Arthur Cockin, Canon of St. Paul's (f. 308); Frederick William Dwelly, Dean of Liverpool (ff. 309, 371); Anthony Otter, Hon. Canon of Southwell (f. 310); Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell (ff. 311, 321-2, 324-5); Frederic Athelwold Iremonger, Dean of Lichfield (f. 312); Noël Thomas Hopkins, Provost of Wakefield (f. 315); James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (f. 316); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 319, 347, 357, 375, 377, 385); Eric Milner-White, Dean of York (f. 323); William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (passim); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 343); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (f. 348); and Campbell Richard Hone, Bishop of Wakefield (f. 350). Also includes a draft service of thanksgiving for victory (ff. 360-5).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 56  8 May 1942-1 Sep 1944

457 ff.

Contents:
Papers concerning arrangements for special days of prayer, including texts of broadcasts, forms of service, and correspondence from: Henry Martyn Gooch, General Secretary of the World's Evangelical Alliance (ff. 1, 11-13, 303, 328, 427); James William Welch, Director of Religious Broadcasting at the B.B.C. (ff. 7-8, 55, 108, 192, 404, 408, 423); William Kemp Lowther Clarke, Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K. (passim); Joseph Herman Hertz, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire (ff. 14, 416); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 23, 152, 161); William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (ff. 24, 31, 50-3, 105-7); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 25, 28-9, 144, 154, 188); Alexander Henry Louis Hardinge, Private Secretary to King George VI (ff. 40-1, 160, 170, 179, 186); William Parry Blore, Canterbury Cathedral Librarian (f. 98); Sir Humphrey Sumner Milford, Publisher to the University of Oxford (ff. 109, 111-12, 131-2, 138-9, 151); Wallace Harold Elliott, Chaplain to King George VI (f. 126); Almeric Hugh Paget, 1st Baron Queenborough (ff. 145, 153, 162, 168); John Seldon Whale, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 155-6, 180); David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster (f. 182); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 187, 307, 332, 341); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 193); Herbert Pike Pease, 1st Baron Daryngton (ff. 172, 215); Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (ff. 224, 228, 236, 239, 255, 274, 319, 409); Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (passim), including a draft text of a broadcast to be made by the king (ff. 395-7); Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop of P.E.C.U.S.A. (ff. 243-4, 265); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 249); Hugh Martin, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 264, 270); Frederic Athelwold Iremonger, Dean of Lichfield (ff. 294-301); Bernard William Griffin, Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 312, 329, 340, 388-9, 414); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (ff. 318, 335, 387); Vice-Admiral Sidney Robert Drury-Lowe (f. 330); Robert M'Gowan Barrington-Ward, editor of The Times (f. 348); General Bernard Law Montgomery (ff. 349-50, 361, 386); Leslie Owen, Suffragan Bishop of Maidstone (f. 353); Joseph Paton Maclay, 1st Baron Maclay, and others of the Scottish Evangelistic Council (f. 357); George Leonard Prestige, Editor of The Church Times (f. 364); Victor Alexander George Robert Lytton, 2nd Earl of Lytton (ff. 370, 384, 391); Henry Townsend, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 390, 421); Eric Milner-White, Dean of York (f. 400, 417-19, 424-6); Edward J. Hagan, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 420); and William Henry Smith, 3rd Viscount Hambleden (ff. 428-9). Also includes a copy of 'The Soul of England: What England Needs To-Day', by Edward Arthur Burroughs, late Bishop of Ripon (ff. 2-5).

War (1939-45), Days of Prayer; conscription; bombing policy; Peace Aims Group  W.Temple 57  9 Apr 1942-26 Sep 1944

435 ff.

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 57, ff. 1-50  29 January 1943-3 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning arrangements for the daily Big Ben silent minute observance, including correspondence from: Lionel Lennard Hoare, President of the Council of the Big Ben Silent Minute Observance (passim); Walter James Noble, President of the Conference of the Methodist Church (ff. 20, 26); Robert William Foot, Director-General of the B.B.C. (ff. 17, 25); [?William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain] (f. 32); and Sir George Allan Powell, Chairman of the B.B.C. (ff. 37-8).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 57, ff. 51-114  11 June 1942-4 Jan [1944]

Contents:
Papers relating to criticism of the rules governing conscription, including correspondence from: Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 54-5); Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (ff. 60-2, 67-8, 74); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 68, 110); Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service (ff. 69-70, 77); Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter (f. 79); [?Malcolm Stewart McCorquodale, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Labour and National Service] (f. 91); Claude Martin Blagden, Bishop of Peterborough (ff. 92, 94); and Violet Bonham-Carter, Baroness Asquith (ff. 101, 112-14).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 57, ff. 115-97  1 May 1942-12 Aug 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the defence of British bombing policy, including a copy of 'The Spiritual Issues of the War', no. 135, for 4 June 1942 (ff. 119-20), a petition against mass bombing (ff. 130-1), and correspondence from: the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship (f. 132); the Society of Friends' Peace Committee (f. 134); Archibald Henry Macdonald Sinclair, Secretary of State for Air (ff. 138, 175, 183, 193); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 141, 164-5, 173, 194-5); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (f. 144); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 159-60), enclosing a copy of the Gloucester Diocesan Magazine, no. 454, for December 1943 (ff. 161-2); Nicodim Munteanu, Orthodox Patriarch of Romania (ff. 168-70, 185-91); and Sir Alexander George Montague Cadogan, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (f. 184).

Note: Roumania; Rumania


WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 57, ff. 198-208  9 Apr 1942-12 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the effects of rationing on the Church of England, including petrol allowances for Archbishop Temple and the introduction of 'hatless' women in Anglican churches (ff. 205-8). Correspondents include Frederick James Marquis, 1st Baron Woolton and Minister of Food (f. 198), and Gwilym Lloyd George, Minister of Fuel and Power (ff. 199, 204).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 57, ff. 209-63  28 Apr 1942-26 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the policy of the Churches' Committee for Supplementing Religious Education among Men serving with H.M. Forces, including a printed appeal (ff. 213-16) and correspondence from: Field Marshal Sir Cyril John Deverell, Hon. Treasurer of the Committee (f. 209); William Henry Smith, 3rd Viscount Hambleden and Chairman of the Committee (ff. 211, 243, 257, 259, 263); Richard Edward Parsons, Canon of York and Secretary of the Committee (ff. 217, 226, 229-30, 233-5, 250, 255); Robert Hamilton Moberly, Suffragan Bishop of Stepney (ff. 231-2, 239-41); Rosamond Chevallier Fisher, wife of Bishop Fisher (ff. 245-9); Maurice Henry Harland, Suffragan Bishop of Croydon (f. 252); and Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose, Suffragan Bishop of Dover (f. 253).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 57, ff. 264-435  23 Dec 1942-29 Feb 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to publication of statements by the Peace Aims Group, including minutes from a meeting of the Group held on 3 February 1943 (ff. 286-306), newspaper cuttings, and correspondence from: William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the Provisional Committee of the World Council of Churches (passim); George Ashton Oldham, Bishop of Albany (ff. 271-2); Agnes Maude Royden (f. 307); Sidney Malcolm Berry, Hon. Secretary of the Free Church Federal Council (ff. 316, 403); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (ff. 317, 390, 429); Nathaniel Micklem, Principal of Mansfield College (ff. 318, 420); Kenneth George Grubb (ff. 319, 396, 402); James Pitt-Watson (ff. 322, 431); Melbourn Evans Aubrey, General Secretary of the Baptist Union (f. 323); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 324, 359-60, 432-3); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham, Editor of The Christian Newsletter (ff. 387-8, 391-2, 406-7, 435); James Hutchison Cockburn, Minister of Dunblane Cathedral (f. 404); Sir John Hope Simpson (f. 405); and John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 421).

War (1939-45), Peace Aims Group; conscientious objectors; prisoners of war; Germany  W.Temple 58  18 Dec 1941-16 Oct 1944

425 ff.

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 58, ff. 1-37  2 Mar-16 Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to publication of statements by the Peace Aims Group, including correspondence from: Bernard William Griffin, Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 5, 9); Melbourn Evans Aubrey, General Secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland (f. 7); Roy Drummond Whitehorn, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (f. 11); John Baillie, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 16); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham, Editor of The Christian Newsletter (f. 21); Ralph Ellis Burlingham (ff. 27, 29-30, 33); and George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 34-5). Also includes a copy of 'The Spiritual Issues of the War', no. 230, for 30 March 1944 (ff. 24-5).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 58, ff. 38-153  18 Dec 1941-8 Aug 1944

Contents:
Letters and papers regarding the manufacture of ecclesiastical vessels, a proposed lifting of a ban on ringing church bells, regulations concerning military use of churches, and proposals for repairing war damaged churches. Includes correspondence from: Sir Eric Robert Dalrymple Maclagan, Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (ff. 42-3, 45, 48, 56, 61, 63); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 46, 60, 65, 71, 108, 111, 124); Stephen Henry Phillimore, Archdeacon of Middlesex (ff. 52-3); Edward Hugh John Neale Dalton, President of the Board of Trade (f. 54); Anthony Edward Percival (f. 57); Clifford Salisbury Woodward, Bishop of Bristol (f. 72); Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (f. 80); Henry Albert Wilson, Bishop of Chelmsford (f. 88); Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (ff. 91, 100, 104); Brigadier Ralph Chenevix Trench (ff. 92-3, 98, 103); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (ff. 116, 119); Ronald Collet Norman, Vice-Chairman of the National Trust (f. 113); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 114-17, 135, 144-5, 147-8, 150); Jasper Nicholas Ridley (ff. 120, 126-7, 131, 136, 152-3); Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey (f. 122); Sir George Loyd Courthope (f. 128); Cyril Frederick Twitchett, Archdeacon of Liverpool (f. 129); Francis Carolus Eeles, Secretary of the Central Council for the Care of Churches (ff. 132, 134); and Campbell West-Watson, Archbishop of New Zealand (f. 140).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 58, ff. 154-299  30 Apr 1942-17 Jan 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the treatment of conscientious objectors, including Jehovah's Witnesses. Correspondents include: Eric Graham, Principal of Cuddesdon Theological College (ff. 154-5); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 158, 176, 182); Ernest William Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham (ff. 161, 175); Archibald Fenner Brockway, Chairman of the Central Board for Conscientious Objectors (f. 199); [?Alfred] Duff Cooper (ff. 202-4); Hastings William Sackville Russell, 12th Duke of Bedford (f. 206); Alexander Paterson, H.M. Commander of Prisons (ff. 213-14, 226); Robert Hunt Stapylton Dudley Lydston Newman, 1st Baron Mamhead (ff. 221-2); Percy W. Bartlett, Secretary of the Embassies of Reconciliation (ff. 227-9); Michael Bruce (f. 238); Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service (f. 243); Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (f. 245); and Sir Percy James Grigg, Secretary of State for War (ff. 281-3).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 58, ff. 300-54  18 Apr 1942-11 Sep 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the treatment of prisoners of war in Germany and Japan, and retaliation taken against those held in Great Britain. Correspondents include: Basil Staunton Batty, Suffragan Bishop of Fulham (f. 302); Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, Lord Privy Seal (ff. 304, 323); Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, Prime Minister (ff. 305-9, 318-19, 325); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 313); Mervyn George Haigh, Bishop of Winchester (f. 314); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 326, 345); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (f. 327); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (f. 328); Sir Alexander Maxwell, Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Home Office (f. 338); Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 341); and Kenneth Julian Faithfull Bickersteth, Archdeacon of Maidstone (f. 353).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 58, ff. 355-84  11 Jan-9 Feb 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to a sermon by Archbishop Temple on the birthday of Martin Niemoller, Pastor of the German Evangelical Church. Includes a draft copy of the sermon (ff. 358-61), sections from Die Zeitung for 22 January 1943 (ff. 268-73), including a German translation of the sermon (p. 2), and the text of a Christmas pastoral letter by Conrad Graf von Preysing Lichtenegg-Moos, Catholic Bishop of Berlin (ff. 381-2). Also includes correspondence from: Richard Howard Stafford Crossman (ff. 355, 357); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (f. 377); and Hugh Martin, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (f. 380).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 58, ff. 385-99  7 July-13 Sep 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to censorship of information concerning enemy attacks on Great Britain, including letters from Robert Stokes, Secretary of the Press and Publications Board of the Church Assembly (f. 389), and George Thomson, Chief Press Censor of the Ministry of Information (ff. 392-4).

WAR 1939-45  W.Temple 58, ff. 400-25  9-29 Aug 1944

Contents:
Letter from Kurt Matthias Robert Martin Hahn, founder of Gordonstoun school, enclosing memoranda and reports on the present situation in Germany.

Webb, M.B. - World Conference on Faith and Order  W.Temple 59  7 June 1929-3 Nov 1944

385 ff.

Martha Beatrice WEBB  W.Temple 59, ff. 1-10  8 Oct 1943-25 Feb 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to a proposed memorial to Webb, including a letter from Richard Henry Tawney (ff. 1-2), minutes of the memorial executive committee meeting held on 26 October 1943 (ff. 4-5), and a printed appeal (ff. 9-10).

Albert Clifford Montague WELLINGS, Curate of Highweek, Devon  W.Temple 59, ff. 11-12  19, 22 July 1943

Contents:
Letter from Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter, regarding Wellings' desire to resume Anglican ministry after conversion to Roman Catholicism.

WELLINGTON COLLEGE, Berkshire  W.Temple 59, ff. 13-52  4 Nov 1942-22 Dec 1943

Contents:
Papers relating to the resignation of Charles Geoffrey How as chaplain and the appointment of William Owen Chadwick. Includes correspondence from Harry Wilfred House, Master of Wellington College (passim), and Ivor Bulmer Thomas (ff. 41-2, 44, 48-9, 51).

Foss WESTCOTT, Metropolitan of India, Burma and Ceylon  W.Temple 59, ff. 53-6  16 Sep-30 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding possible successors to Westcott, including letters from Alan Campbell Don, Canon of Westminster (f. 53), and Gordon Elijah Tucker, Archdeacon of Calcutta (ff. 54, 56).

WEST INDIES  W.Temple 59, ff. 57-9  15 Aug 1942

Contents:
Letter from George S. Best criticising British administration in the West Indies.

Note: Archipelago comprising various islands, some of which were formerly colonies of Britain, the Netherlands, Spain or France.


A. WHITWORTH  W.Temple 59, f. 60  10 Sep 1943

Contents:
Letter regarding his views on economic reform.

Bernard Mary WILLIAMS, episcopus vagans  W.Temple 59, ff. 61-90  28 June 1942-4 Oct 1943

Contents:
Correspondence concerning refusal to recognise his orders, including letters from: Edwin James Palmer, Assistant Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 61, 76-8, 80-1); Williams (ff. 63-5, 70-5, 87-8, 90); and Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 67, 85).

Claude Charles Horace WILLIAMSON, Curate of St. John the Evangelist, Hammersmith, Middlesex  W.Temple 59, ff. 91-2  31 Mar, 3 Apr 1944

Contents:
Letter from Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill, on the inadvisability of appointing Williamson to a Crown living on the grounds of his recent conversion from Roman Catholicism.

Douglas John WILSON, Assistant Bishop in British Honduras  W.Temple 59, ff. 93-119  1 Apr-29 Aug 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to his future employment, including letters from: Wilson (ff. 93, 101, 115-17); Edward Arthur Dunn, former Archbishop of the West Indies (ff. 94-5); Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 96, 98); Frank Russell Barry, Bishop of Southwell (ff. 102, 106); Sir John Adams Hunter, Governor of British Honduras (f. 105); Arthur Henry Anstey, Archbishop of the West Indies (f. 113); and Michael Bolton Furse, Bishop of St. Albans (f. 114).

Dean of WINDSOR  W.Temple 59, ff. 120-30  27 Jan-23 May 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of Eric Knightley Chetwode Hamilton, Suffragan Bishop of Shrewsbury, as Dean of Windsor. Includes letters from: Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Norwich (f. 120); Albert Victor Baillie, Dean of Windsor (f. 122); Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, Private Secretary to King George VI (f. 124); Edward Sydney Woods, Bishop of Lichfield (ff. 126-7); and Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (f. 129).

WOMEN CHURCH WORKERS  W.Temple 59, ff. 131-4  [n.d.]

Contents:
Papers concerning regulations for women church workers in the dioceses of Manchester and York.

Nina Katherine WOODS, former President of the Mothers' Union  W.Temple 59, ff. 135-8  16 Dec 1943-3 Apr 1944

Contents:
Correspondence recommending her for the Honours List, including letters from Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 136-7).

WORCESTER Cathedral  W.Temple 59, ff. 139-72  27 Apr 1943-3 Nov 1944

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of Sydney Lawrence Brown and Arthur Pearce Shepherd as canons, including letters from: William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester (ff. 139, 142, 150, 166); Francis Ernest Hutchinson, Canon of Worcester (f. 145); John Victor Macmillan, Bishop of Guildford (f. 147); Anthony Bevir, private secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill (ff. 154-6, 163, 167, 172); Arthur Whitcliffe Davies, Dean of Worcester (f. 161); and Shepherd (ff. 169, 171).

WORKERS EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION  W.Temple 59, ff. 173-4  8, 13 Sep 1944

Contents:
Refusal of Archbishop Temple to become a vice-president of the Association.

WORLD ALLIANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP  W.Temple 59, ff. 175-81  29 Sep-12 Nov 1943

Contents:
Correspondence regarding candidates for the presidency and British international secretaryship of the Alliance. Includes letters from: George Ashton Oldham, Bishop of Albany (f. 175); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (ff. 176-7); and Ralph Ellis Burlingham (f. 181).

WORLD CONFERENCE ON FAITH AND ORDER  W.Temple 59, ff. 182-385  7 June 1929-19 Oct 1937

Contents:
Papers of the Continuation Committee, including proposals for the creation of the World Council of Churches. Includes correspondence from: Alfred Ernest Garvie, Principal of Hackney and New College (ff. 182-4, 186-7, 241); Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 192, 242, 245, 278, 306-8); Herbert Newell Bate, Dean of York (f. 204); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 212-13, 365-6); Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (f. 217); Melbourn Evans Aubrey, General Secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland (f. 218); Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Winchester (passim); Robert Bond, Secretary of the Conference of the Methodist Church (f. 240); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 297, 301); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (f. 299); Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 3rd Viscount Halifax (f. 348); Samuel McCrea Cavert, General Secretary of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America (ff. 370-1); and William Adams Brown (f. 375).

WORLD CONFERENCE ON FAITH AND ORDER  W.Temple 60  10 Jan 1938-April 1940

386 ff.

Contents:
Papers of the Continuation Committee, including material related to the formation of the World Council of Churches. Includes copies of constitutions (ff. 52-5, 320-1), a report of the treasurer for 1939 (ff. 359-63), and correspondence from: Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 2-3, 126, 133, 192-3, 305); Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Winchester (passim); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham (ff. 5-8); Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (ff. 59, 134, 198-9); Willem Adolph Visser't Hooft, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (passim); James Henry Rushbrooke, General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance (ff. 70-5, 79-80); Arthur Baillie Lumsdaine Karney, Suffragan Bishop of Southampton (ff. 76-7); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 85, 145-7, 187-90, 301-4); William Paton, Secretary of the International Missionary Council (passim); George Francis Graham Brown, Bishop in Jerusalem (ff. 130-1); Clifford P. Morehouse, editor of The Living Church (f. 148); Oliver Stratford Tomkins, editor of The Student Movement Magazine (ff. 149-50, 182, 185-6); Alan Campbell Don, Chaplain to Archbishop Lang (f. 176); the Central Council of the Czechoslovak Church (f. 191); the Oecumenical Council of Sweden (f. 196); George Freeland Barbour (f. 218); Adolf Keller (ff. 220, 275-7); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint-Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 231, 235); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (ff. 232-3, 267); Henry Smith Leiper, Secretary in America of the World Council of Churches (ff. 299-300); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (f. 326); Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 3rd Viscount Halifax (f. 344); and Henry Carter, General Secretary of the Social Welfare Department of the Methodist Church (ff. 349-51).

WORLD CONFERENCE ON FAITH AND ORDER  W.Temple 61  7 June 1940-Oct 1944

430 ff.

Contents:
Papers of the Continuation Committee, including material related to the formation and policies of the World Council of Churches. Correspondents include: Tissington Tatlow, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (f. 1); William Paton, Secretary of the International Missionary Council (passim); Willem Adolph Visser't Hooft, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (passim); Leonard Hodgson, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (passim); Ronald Ralph Williams, Director (from 1943) of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 27, 369); John Raleigh Mott, Vice-Chairman of the World Council of Churches Provisional Committee (ff. 62, 74-8, 116, 133, 200-1, 322); Erling Eidem, Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden (ff. 96, 125-6); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 159, 169); Hugh Martin, Director of the Religious Division of the Ministry of Information (ff. 161, 163, 181, 318-19); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 167-8, 237); Adolf Keller (ff. 170-1, 215); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham, editor of The Christian Newsletter (ff. 185-6); John Allen Fitzgerald Gregg, Anglican Archbishop of Armagh (ff. 205, 209); Henry Smith Leiper, Secretary in America of the World Council of Churches (ff. 210-12, 222-4, 286, [316-17], 348); Ralph Ellis Burlingham (f. 220); Henry Carter, Chairman of the Management Board of the Christian Council for Refugees (ff. 255, 293); William T. Elmslie, General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of England (ff. 256, 258-67, 278, 280-1); James Hutchison Cockburn, Convener of the Church of Scotland Inter-Church Relations Committee (ff. 268-9, 329); Archibald Campbell Craig, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches (ff. 330, 341-3, 374, 381-2, 397); Percy W. Bartlett, Secretary of the Embassies of Reconciliation (f. 352); Marc Boegner, President of the Fédération Protestante de France (ff. 353, 376), including an article on Archbishop Temple in Le Figaro for 10 September 1944 (f. 370); Pieter Sjoerds Gerbrandy, Prime Minister of the Netherlands (ff. 354, 380); Ronald Edward Taylor Allen, General Secretary of the Committee for Christian Reconstruction in Europe (f. 355); and Sir Alexander George Montague Cadogan, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (f. 394). Also includes a 'Survey of the Churches of the World', indicating participation with the World Council of Churches (ff. 406-30).

World Congress of Faiths - Zanzibar  W.Temple 62  21 Jan 1933-25 Oct 1944

340 ff.

WORLD CONGRESS OF FAITHS  W.Temple 62, ff. 1-7  17 Nov-16 Dec 1942

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Archbishop Temple's criticism of the aims of the Congress. Includes joint letters from Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount Samuel, and other members.

Charles James WRIGHT, Methodist minister  W.Temple 62, ff. 8-9  13-25 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence on his desire for ordination in the Church of England, including a letter from Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester.

Paul Hervé Giraud WRIGHT, British Ambassador to the Lebanon (1971)  W.Temple 62, ff. 10-13  10, 13 Feb 1943

Contents:
Criticism by Archbishop Temple of Wright's memorandum on post-war reconstruction. Includes a letter from William Finlay, 2nd Viscount Finlay (f. 10).

Allan Gairdner WYON, Vicar of Newlyn, Cornwall  W.Temple 62, ff. 14-19  24 Feb-7 Apr 1942

Contents:
Correspondence regarding the design for Temple's seals as Archbishop of Canterbury.

Harold Edward WYNN, Bishop of Ely  W.Temple 62, ff. 20-31  9 Nov 1943-5 Oct 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding his appointment to the Master of the Rolls' Archive Committee, including letters from Wilfrid Arthur Greene, 1st Baron Greene and Master of the Rolls (ff. 20-3, 25), and Wynn (ff. 24, 26, 28-9). Also includes a memorandum by Wynn on the aims and activities of the Committee (ff. 30-1).

Diocese of YORK  W.Temple 62, ff. 32-54  21 Jan 1933-6 Nov 1937

Contents:
Papers relating to Archbishop Temple's diocesan appeal, including a form of service for the inauguration of the appeal in 1933 (ff. 32-7); a report and statement of accounts for 1933-1935 (ff. 38-49); a draft report up to 1936 (ff. 51-2); and a statement of accounts for 1937 (ff. 53-4).

YOUTH  W.Temple 62, ff. 55-308  30 Sep 1935-Oct 1944

Contents:
Papers relating to the development of the Church of England's policy and organisation concerning youths. Includes a report of a deputation to the President of the Board of Education on 29 July 1940 (ff. 162-9), a proposed constitution for the Church of England Youth Council (ff. 249-51), and a copy of the first annual report of the Council for 1943 (ff. 302-5). Correspondents include: Martin Linton Smith, Bishop of Rochester and Chairman of the Sunday Education Committee of the National Society (ff. 57-8, 97); Alan Campbell Don, Chaplain to Archbishop Lang (ff. 76, 78, 119); the Oecumenical Youth Commission (ff. 82-3, 116); Ralph Ellis Burlingham (f. 108); Thomas Jones, Secretary of the Pilgrim Trust (f. 110); Godfrey Scott Smith, Archdeacon of Furness (f. 111); Basil Staunton Batty, Suffragan Bishop of Fulham (f. 117); Roland Harry William Roberts, Canon of Guildford (ff. 118, 125); Geoffrey Charles Lester Lunt, Bishop of Ripon (ff. 124, 203-6, 217); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of Chester and (from 1939) London (ff. 126-7, 264, 284); Alfred Lambert Woodard, Vice-Chairman of the National Society (f. 142); Richard Edward Parsons, Director of Religious Education for the National Society (f. 144); Henry Townsend Vodden, Bishop of Hull (ff. 145-6, 219-20); Alfred Walter Frank Blunt, Bishop of Bradford (f. 153); Frederick William Thomas Craske, General Secretary of the Church of England Youth Council (passim); Herwald Ramsbotham, Minister of Education (f. 170); Sir Maurice Gerald Holmes, Permanent Secretary of the Board of Education (ff. 178, 183); Tom Longworth, Suffragan Bishop of Pontefract and Vice-Chairman of the Church of England Youth Council (f. 181); Frank Barraclough (f. 182); Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 210-11, 233-7, 241, 257); Sir Harold Wilberforce-Bell (ff. 214-16); Frederic Sumpter Guy Warman, Bishop of Manchester (ff. 221-2); Harold F. Peerless, General Secretary and Chaplain of the Church Lads' Brigade (ff. 231-2, 242-3, 245); Robert George Frederic Wyatt, Canon of Blackburn (f. 244); Percy Mark Herbert, Bishop of Blackburn (f. 247); Paul Thomas Radford Rowe Kirk, General Director of the Industrial Christian Fellowship (f. 253); Mary Irene Curzon, 2nd Baroness Ravensdale (f. 254); John Harold Stanley Burton, Head of Cambridge House (f. 255); Edward Michael Gresford Jones, Suffragan Bishop of Willesden and Chairman of the Church of England Youth Council (ff. 261, 293, 296, 298); David Herbert Somerset Cranage, Dean of Norwich (f. 269); Arthur Groom Parham, Suffragan Bishop of Reading (f. 278); Hugh Gerard Gibson Herklots, Youth Secretary of the British Council of Churches (f. 295); and Richard David Say, General Secretary of the Church of England Youth Council (f. 299).

Diocese of ZANZIBAR  W.Temple 62, ff. 309-40  1 Dec 1942-15 July 1943

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the appointment of William Scott Baker as Bishop of Zanzibar, including letters from: Thomas Howard Birley, Bishop in Zanzibar and East Africa (f. 309); Gerald Webb Broomfield, Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (passim); Bertram Fitzgerald Simpson, Bishop of Southwark (f. 323); and Baker (ff. 336-7).

Goodwill message from York City Council on William Temple's appointment as Archbishop of York  W.Temple 63  1929

2 ff.

Goodwill message from the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. on William Temple's enthronement as Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 64  1942

6 ff.

Essay for the Ellerton Theological Prize at Oxford University by William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 65  1906

iii + 280 ff.

Contents:
(ff. 110v-280 blank.)

Notes for addresses to ordinands  W.Temple 66  1920-1936

46 ff.

Articles, c.1898-1944 (ff. 1-190); Sermons and speeches, c.1898-1921 (ff. 191-424)  W.Temple 67  c. 1898-1944

424 ff.

Articles, etc., by William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 67, ff. 1-190  c.1898-1944

Sermons, speeches etc. by William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 67, ff. 191-424  c.1898-1944

Sermons and speeches  W.Temple 68  1922-1941

310 ff.

Sermons and speeches  W.Temple 69  1942-1944

450 ff.

Appointment diaries  AA/AP/W.Temple/70-94  1907-1944

25 volumes

Appointment diary  W.Temple 70  1907

Appointment diary  W.Temple 71  Oct. 1913 - Sep. 1914

Appointment diary  W.Temple 72  Oct. 1914 - Sep. 1915

Appointment diary  W.Temple 73  Oct. 1915 - Sep. 1916

Appointment diary  W.Temple 74  Oct. 1916 - Sep. 1917

Appointment diary  W.Temple 75  Oct. 1917 - Sep. 1918

Appointment diary  W.Temple 76  Oct. 1918 - Sep. 1919

Appointment diary  W.Temple 77  Oct. 1919 - Sep. 1920

Appointment diary  W.Temple 78  1928

Appointment diary  W.Temple 79  1929

Appointment diary  W.Temple 80  1930

Appointment diary  W.Temple 81  1931

Appointment diary  W.Temple 82  1932

Appointment diary  W.Temple 83  1933

Appointment diary  W.Temple 84  1934

Appointment diary  W.Temple 85  1935

Appointment diary  W.Temple 86  1936

Appointment diary  W.Temple 87  1937

Appointment diary  W.Temple 88  1938

Appointment diary  W.Temple 89  1939

Appointment diary  W.Temple 90  1940

Appointment diary  W.Temple 91  1941

Appointment diary  W.Temple 92  1942

Appointment diary  W.Temple 93  1943

Appointment diary  W.Temple 94  1944

Photograph album of William Temple's headmastership of Repton School, Derbyshire  W.Temple 95  1911-1914

31 ff.

Contents:
(ff. 7-31 blank.)

Scrapbook  W.Temple 96  1916-1921

56 ff.

Contents:
(ff. 7v-20r, 28-56 blank.)

Photograph album  W.Temple 97  c.1921-1942

18 ff.

Scrapbook of William Temple's visit to the U.S.A.  W.Temple 98  1935-1936

56 ff.

Contents:
(ff. 53v-56 blank.)

Note: USA; U.S.A.


Scrapbook of William Temple's visit to Greece, Egypt and Holland  W.Temple 99  1938

54 ff.

Contents:
(ff. 45v-54 blank.)

Photograph album of William Temple's enthronement as Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 100  1942

5 ff.

Printed reviews of William Temple's books  W.Temple 101  1910-1916

xxiv + 152 pp.

Contents:
(pp. 46-152 blank.)

Printed reviews of William Temple's books  W.Temple 102  1917-1944

201 ff.

Press cuttings  AA/AP/W.Temple/103-8  1904-1951

6 volumes

Press cuttings  W.Temple 103  1904-1928

Press cuttings  W.Temple 104  1929-1941

Press cuttings  W.Temple 105  Jan. - Sep. 1942

Press cuttings  W.Temple 106  Oct. 1942 - June 1943

Press cuttings  W.Temple 107  July 1943 - Sep. 1944

Press cuttings  W.Temple 108  Oct. 1944 - Sep. 1951

Ecclesiastical Commissioners; Holy Communion  W.Temple 110  1 Sep 1942-18 July 1944

106 ff.

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS  W.Temple 110, ff. 1-101  1 Sep 1942-18 July 1944

Contents:
Papers concerning the administration of estates by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, particularly in Paddington. Correspondents include: James Raitt Brown, Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission (ff. 1-5, 19, 39, 40-2, 46), including a memorandum recording his and Sir Philip Baker-Wilbraham's opinions on a proposed letter to The Times by Archbishop Temple (ff. 20-5); George Welsh Currie (passim); Thomas Edmund Alex Stowell (ff. 39, 50, 54, 61); Ernest William Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham (f. 52), enclosing a cutting from The Record for 25 December 1942 (f. 53); Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York (ff. 60, 65); Laurence William Grensted, Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion, Oxford (f. 63); Robert Chancellor Nesbitt (ff. 67, 76); Charles Bernard Mortlock (f. 69), including a copy of his "'C. of E." Answers to Critics' (ff. 70-1); Hugh Oldham, Chairman of the Church Assembly Press and Publications Board (ff. 69, 87); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (f. 79); Sir Philip Baker-Wilbraham (ff. 84-6); Dennis Henry Herbert, 1st Baron Hemingford (ff. 88-9, 96); Esmond Cecil Harmsworth, 2nd Viscount Rothermere (f. 93); and St. John Beverley Groser (f. 100). Also includes a cutting from the Daily Mirror for 30 March 1944 (f. 82).

Note: Metropolitan borough 1900-1965. Under the County of London (1888-1965) until 1965.


HOLY COMMUNION  W.Temple 110, ff. 102-6  17 Dec 1943-27 June 1944

Contents:
Correspondence regarding reservation of the sacrament at Sandwich (St. Peter's Church) and Cheriton, Kent.

Photographs of William and Frances Temple  W.Temple 111  [c.1905]-1942

14 items

William Temple  W.Temple 111/1  [?1903]

Archival history:
Given by John Peat[?...] in 1999

Contents:
Annotation: '"The Church Militant" W.T. at Romney'.

The Bishop of Manchester  W.Temple 111/2  [?1921]

Contents:
William Temple in episcopal dress [standing in a doorway of Manchester Cathedral?].

S. Stephen on the Cliffs, Blackpool  W.Temple 111/3  25 July 1925

Contents:
Foundation stone laying by William Temple.

S. Stephen on the Cliffs, Blackpool  W.Temple 111/4  25 July 1925

Contents:
Foundation stone laying by William Temple.

The New King's Proclamation Day. The Accession Council Meet at St. James's Palace.  W.Temple 111/5  12 Dec 1936

Contents:
Archbishop Lang and Archbishop Temple leaving St. James's Palace.

William Temple, Archbishop of York  W.Temple 111/6  Oct 1940

Bibliography:

The Archbishop of Canterbury  W.Temple 111/7  6 May 1942

Contents:
William Temple at the B.B.C.

Bibliography:

Enthronement in Canterbury Cathedral  W.Temple 111/8  23 Apr 1942

Contents:
Shows Archbishop Temple seated by the entrance to the quire of the Cathedral, with Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury, to the left and (?) Alexander Sargent, Archdeacon of Canterbury, to the right, amongst others.

Bibliography:

Enthronement in Canterbury Cathedral  W.Temple 111/9  23 Apr 1942

Contents:
Shows Archbishop Temple seated by the entrance to the quire of the Cathedral, with Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury, to the left and (?) Alexander Sargent, Archdeacon of Canterbury, to the right, amongst others.

Bibliography:

Archbishop Temple and his chaplain  W.Temple 111/10  23 Apr 1942

Contents:
Shows Archbishop Temple on the way to his enthronement at Canterbury, preceded by his chaplain, Ian Hugh White-Thomson.

Bibliography:

Archbishop Temple reading  W.Temple 111/11  [?1942-1944]

Archival history:
This photograph once belonged to Miss Jane Eade, a resident of Lambeth Palace during the Second World War. It was presented to the Library on 21 June 2004 by Mary Thompson, on behalf of the Revd. Edward Thompson.

Frances Gertrude Temple  W.Temple 111/12  [c.1905-1910?]

Archival history:
Presented to the Library in 2002 by Canon James Coutts, on behalf of Frances Temple's niece.

Contents:
Annotation: 'F.T. at Manchester with Sandy'. Shows Frances Temple and her dog.

Frances Gertrude Temple  W.Temple 111/13  11 June 1921

Archival history:
Presented to the Library in 2002 by Canon James Coutts, on behalf of Frances Temple's niece.

Contents:
Annotation: '11 June 1921 at Manchester'.

Portrait of Archbishop Temple  W.Temple 111/14  [n.d.]

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