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Papers of British churchmen 1780-1940.
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Get this from a library. Papers of British churchmen, [Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.;]. Genre/Form: Catalogs Church history Sources Bibliography: Additional Physical Papers of British churchmen 1780-1940.
book Online version: Papers of British churchmen, London: H.M.S.O., letter-book, with misc papers rel to him Date: Held by: London Metropolitan Archives: City of London, not available at The National Archives Other reference: See HMC Papers of British churchmenNRA catalogue reference: NRA London parishes.
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Records of British business and industry, metal processing and engineering RECAP Z Author: Alain St. Pierre. Papers of British churchmen 1780-1940.
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Papers of individual churchmen can be traced through the published guide produced by the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts in their Guides to Sources for British History, Series - no.6, Papers of British Churchmen (HMSO ).
This book lists the churchman’s name, area of ministry, and the composition of the collection and where they have been deposited. Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Papers of British churchmen,Papers of British churchmen 1780-1940.
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The book presents a comprehensive range of 1, personal Papers of British churchmen 1780-1940. book from leading statesmen, backbench politicians, writers, campaigners, diplomats and generals which cover the key aspects of British history since of the end of the Second World War.
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Other reference see HMC Papers of British ChurchmenDiary of a tour of Greece in the years & Repository: Liverpool University: Special Collections and Archives. Other reference see Accessions to repositories Letters to William Ewart Gladstone and others, Repository: British Library, Manuscript Authority control: ISNI:.
Area files, including correspondence with National Christian Councils (N.C.C.), overseas governments and overseas churches and churchmen, comprise minutes of the Africa Committee and papers on missionary work in countries in Central, East, Southern and West Africa,touching on educational work, political events and decolonization.
Paper 7 concentrates upon developments in the British Isles between and in the economic, social, religious and cultural spheres, a period unprecedented for the degree to which the peoples of these islands interacted with, assimilated or resisted groups of warriors, settlers, traders and churchmen from across the seas.
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