File 1970-010 / 009 (14) - Lightfoot, Bishop Joseph Barber

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Lightfoot, Bishop Joseph Barber

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1970-010 / 009 (14)

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  • 1879-1881, 1883, 1884, 1886, 1888, 1892 (Creation)

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1 folder of texual records

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File consists of correspondence between Bishop Joseph Barber Lightfoot, the Bishop of Durham, and Welby. Topics include sharing each others writing; their mutual correspondence with Canon Westcott; Welby's mss (presumably "Links & Clues" to be published by Macmillan; their mutual invitation from Lady Scarborough to visit her at Lumley in 1888; the bishop's helpping of Welby's friend, a Miss Hopkins; and a visit from Mr. Body who was critiquing her work "Recognition". File also includes letter written by Bishop Aukland in 1881 address to a J.B. [Dueth?] .

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(Bishop of Durham)

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ASt.Onge: Created from legacy finding aid and migrated January 2016.

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  • English

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