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(Wednesday before Easter) Trinity College, Oxford, William Bright. Quotes a portion from a book by "Mr Carter", The Doctrine of the Priesthood, which refers to the idea of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and how this relates to the origin...

(Wednesday before Easter) Trinity College, Oxford, William Bright. Quotes a portion from a book by "Mr Carter", The Doctrine of the Priesthood, which refers to the idea of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and how this relates to the original sacrifice on the cross. [6pp].

Photocopy of a letter from Ambrose de Lisle to Bishop Forbes,

Thanks the Bishop for his letter of sympathy during Ambrose's recent bereavement, mentions the council in Rome and the hope that the "Holy Spirit" will "inspire" non-Catholic Bishops to attend, discusses Ambrose's hope for greater ecumenical unity, and comments upon various contemporary ecclesiastical writings by Foulkes and Dr Lee. [15pp]

Letters mainly addressed to George Frederick Boyle (unless otherwise stated)

Relating to disputes within the Episcopal Church in general and those involving Alexander Penrose Forbes, Bishop of Brechin in particular. Correspondents are: Edward Bannerman-Ramsay; Alexander Beresford-Hope; Colin L. Blenkinsopp; Charles W. Boase; William Bright; J.G. Cazenove; Alexander Penrose Forbes; William Ewart Gladstone; Henry Humble; John Keble; "I.J.P."; Edward Bouverie Pusey; Joseph Robertson; James Smith; Charles Hugh Terrot; Walter John Trower. George Frederick Boyle, (1825-1890), was a life long associate and supporter of Alexander Penrose Forbes. He succeeded his half brother as 6th Earl of Glasgow in 1869. He founded and endowed the College and Collegiate Church of the Holy Spirit on the island of Cumbrae in 1849. [See also MS 54].
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