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  • Tags Archbishops 1 Minute books of the Bishops Meetings a gathering of diocesan and suffragan bishops in England and Wales chaired by the Archbishop of Canterbury and held biannually from 1871 The collection is subject to a fifty year closure

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  • bonds from recusants returns of diocesan clergy made for Archbishops Grindal in 1576 and Whitgift in 1591 records relating to the London tithes dispute 1634 9 to the Great Plague and Fire 1665 6 and to the abbey of St Benet of Holme Norfolk The collection was brought together and numbered as MSS 889 901 in the early 18th century but was disbound and renumbered as CM I XX in the early 1960s The series has been continued with the addition of archiepiscopal records the East Kent deeds of the Langleys and Peytons of Knowlton relating to Knowlton and Sandown and various acquisitions from the late 12th century to the 20th century These include a late 13th century roll of Augustinian statutes 16th century deeds for various monasteries including St Augustine s Canterbury Christ Church Canterbury and Southwark priory libri cleri for the diocese of Norwich sede vacante 1499 and for the diocese of Canterbury 1610 professions of obedience to Archbishop Warham 1504 23 and acta of Archbishop Warham 1507 12 Further information is available in Owen D M A Catalogue of Lambeth Manuscripts 889 to 901 Carte Antique et Miscellanee 1968 Carte Antique et Miscellanee Supplementary Series CM 23

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  • the upper house of bishops presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury and the lower house of clergy who elect their own chairman From its prorogation in 1717 until its revival in 1852 Convocation conducted no business whatever its meetings being purely formal The records comprise act books of the upper and lower houses and committee papers mainly from 1865 onwards Earlier records of Convocation were often recorded in the

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  • was enlarged to include ecumenical relations within Great Britain such as relations with the Church of Scotland during which time it was known as the Church of England Council on Inter Church Relations The Council was the church s official organ for dealing with overseas churches until the creation in 1970 of the General Synod with its Board for Mission and Unity It was reconstituted as the Archbishop of Canterbury s Counsellors on Foreign Relations on 1 January 1972 and its work was finally wound up in 1981 when Archbishop Runcie brought ecumenical relations within the administrative structures and staffing of Lambeth Palace The Council functioned through a central committee and separate committees dealing with each of the churches the Ancient Oriental Orthodox Roman Catholic Lutheran and Reformed and Old Catholic Churches all of which reported ultimately to the Archbishop of Canterbury through the Chairman and Secretary Chairmen have included A G Headlam Bishop of Gloucester and George Bell Bishop of Chichester and CFR s first Secretary was Canon John Douglas The Headlam Bell and Douglas Papers are all held in the Library The CFR papers are extensive and wide ranging Each committee produced minutes and series of numbered information

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  • 1 The Papers of the Lambeth Conference which met first in 1867 and roughly every ten years thereafter comprise verbatim accounts of the proceedings committee minutes correspondence and photographs The subjects covered by the Conferences were wide ranging spanning social and political issues as well as matters of ecclesiastical and theological significance throughout the world see the published reports and resolutions and Davidson R T ed The Six Lambeth Conferences

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  • monastic houses which came to Lambeth following the dissolution of the monasteries The collection was arranged by A C Ducarel in the 18th century and bound up as MSS 643 4 In 1960 the collection was disbound and numbered A Micropublication of the papal bulls is available from World Microfilms 2 in Lambeth Palace Library the medieval manuscripts section II Law MSS reel 18 Further information is available in Sayers

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  • and valuations correspondence and related papers The composition of the temporalities was extensively changed by the Henrician exchanges whereby Archbishop Cranmer received a number of the former monastic estates in Kent and Lancashire in exchange for some of his more valuable properties in Kent and Surrey see F R H Du Boulay The Lordship of Canterbury 1966 Further information is available in Sayers J E Estate Documents at Lambeth Palace

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  • in pp 1 8 of Frere W H Bibliotheca musica liturgica A descriptive handlist of the musical and liturgical manuscripts of the middle ages 1894 Researchers interested in musical manuscripts may find the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music DIAMM

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