AB867 ARCHIBISHOPS OF CAPE TOWN, Records, 1835-1968   
    
 Copyright 2012, Historical Papers Research Archive, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa   
    
    
 Archivist notes:   
 In May 2012, Livingstone records i.e. two letters and a holograph describing a remedy were digitised and published. See items Aa4.1a, Aa4.1b, Aa4.1c. The digitisation of the material in this collection was made possible by a generous grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies.   
    
 INTRODUCTION   
    
 The records of the Archbishops of Cape Town relate to the activities of the Church of the Province of South Africa (Anglican) in Southern Africa, comprising South Africa, Mozambique, the Rhodesias, the former protectorates of Basutoland, Bechuanaland and Swaziland and also St. Helena, which falls under the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of Cape Town. These records cover the years 1835 to 1968 with the preponderance between 1848 and 1938.   
 The primary interest of the records is in the description they provide of the foundation and progress of the various dioceses, together with the development of a synodical form of government for the church. Also described is the work of the church in its missionary aspect. The researcher will also find material relating to the controversies between Bishop Gray of Cape Town and Bishop Colenso of Natal, which threatened to split the Anglican Church in Africa; issues relating to race relations; black nationalism; and the rivalry between Boer and Briton.   
 The Bishops and Archbishops of Cape Town accumulated these records in the course of their ecclesiastical duties. They are primarily concerned with the activities of the first two bishops, Robert Gray (1847-1872) and William West Jones (Bishop 1874-1897, Archbishop 1897-1908).   
 The original arrangement of the files as kept in the Bishops court Office has been retained, but a simpler notation has been adopted.   
    
    
 CLASSIFICATION   
    
PROVINCIAL   
DIOCESAN   
LEGAL   
    
    
 COLLECTION   
    
PROVINCIAL   
    
Aa DRAWER FILES 1239 items 18351959   
    
Aa1 ORDER OF ETHIOPIA 5 files: 394 items 1900-1959   
 Mainly correspondence between the Acting Provincial of the Order, Bp.W.M.Cameron, the Archbishops of Cape Town, the Bishops and clergy of the Province and the Ethiopian clergy.   
    
 Correspondents include:   
 Bp.F.S.Baines   
 F.Balfour   
 F.H.Beaven   
 W.M.Cameron   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 Bp.A.Chandler   
 E.L.Coakes   
 Bp.C.E.Cornish   
 S.W.Cox   
 Bp.A.H.Cullen   
 Abp.J.R.Darbyshire   
 J.M.Dwane   
 H.L.G.Edwardes   
 D.Ellison   
 Bp.J.L.Fuller   
 Bp.M.B.Furse   
 Bp.W.T.Gaul   
 W.M.Gcule   
 Bp.A.G.S.Gibson   
 H.Hollingsworth   
 B.E.Holmes   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 H.H.Montgomery   
 H.G.Murray   
 W.H.Parkhurst   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 E.W.Place   
 F.W.Puller   
 Bp.W.E.Smyth   
 C.H.Turner   
 Bp.W.L.Vyvyan   
 J.H.Walpole   
 E.C.West   
 Bp.J.W.Williams   
 A.T.Wirgman   
 C.J.Wyche   
    
 Synopsis of files 33 items 1906-1909   
 Constitution, printed items, resolutions of annual conferences, account of the meeting of Old Catechists and correspondence.   
 Subject:   
 Finances and organisation of the Order and desire of the black clergy for J.M.Dwane to be the new Provincial.   
    
Aa1.2 46 items 1906-1906   
 Pastoral letter issued by the Archbishop and Bishops of the Province,1900.   
 Rules and regulations of the Missionary Conference, Grahamstown,1902.   
 The 'Order of Ethiopia', signed C.E.G., Sep.1903.   
 MS Minutes of the 4th session of the Chapter of the Order, Grahamstown,1906 Aug.13-15.   
 Correspondence between South African clergy.   
 Subjects:   
 Organisation of the Order.   
 Reed to ordain catechists as deacons.   
 The Compact with the Church of the Province.   
 The revised constitution.   
    
Aa1.3 102 items 1900-1907   
 Pamphlet: Imvumelwano vo 1900: umzi wane tiyopiya.   
 MS Minutes of the Ethiopian Conference, 1904.   
 Correspondence between South African clergy and the Acting Provincial.   
 Subjects:   
 The Compact of 1900 with the Church of the Province.   
 The revised constitution.   
 Training of officers.   
 The College and land at Zalaze and internal strife re money.   
    
Aa1.4 111 items 1906-1907   
 Correspondence between South African clergy.   
 Subjects:   
 The constitution and finances of the Order.   
 Composition of the Chapter.   
 Grievances of the catechists against both J.M.Dwane and the European clergy.   
 Suitability of J.M.Dwane to be the new Provincial.   
 Incipient African nationalism.   
 Provincial Missionary Conference, 1906.   
    
Aa1.5 101 items 1907-1944   
 Resolutions and minutes of Annual Conferences 1910-1912, 1914-1917, 1919, 1921, 1926, 1927 and correspondence.   
 Subjects:   
 Finance and auditing of accounts.   
 Dwane's training for the priesthood and appointment as Provincial.   
 Compact of 1900 and the revised constitution.   
 Missionary work in Western Pondoland and in the Diocese of Grahamstown.   
 Closure of Zalaze College and possible reopening at Embalisweni.   
 Representation of the Order in Provincial and Diocesan Synods.   
 Death of Dwane 1916 and appointment of W.M.Gcule as his successor.   
 Appeal for consecration of a Bishop for the Order.   
    
Aa1.6 1 item 1959   
 Mimeographed letter from Bp.T.W.Stainton to the Archbishop of Cape Town, accompanied by a supplementary report.   
 Subject:   
 The Conference between representatives of the C.P.S.A. and the Order of Ethiopia, Port Elizabeth, 1959 Doc.16-17, held to consider the relationship between the two churches, the need to revise the Compact of 1900 and the organisation and work of the Order.   
    
Aa2 DIOCESE OF PRETORIA 2 files: 41 items 1876-1905   
    
Aa2.1 22 items 1876-1905   
 Minute by the Bishop of Pretoria in response to the resolution of the Committee of the Pretoria Diocesan Fund, 1881 Nov.11.   
 Press clipping from the Transvaal Advertiser, 1884 Dec.12, headed "Shall the Transvaal be continued as a separate Diocese?"   
 Correspondence between the Archbishops of Cape Town and Canterbury, the Bishops and clergy of the C.P.S.A. and the Transvaal inhabitants.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.B.B.Bousfield   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Bp.W.M.Carter   
 H.W.A.Cooper   
 Abp.R.T.Davidson (Canterbury)   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 W.Richardson   
 A.E.Sinclair   
 H.W.Tucker(Sec.S.P.C.)   
 A.Ebden   
 B.F.Good   
 C.H.Van Zyl   
 Bp.A.H.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subjects:   
 Petition from church adherents in Potchefstroom, Lydenburg Rustenburg and Pretoria, requesting that T.E.Wilkinson be appointed bishop of a separate diocese in the South Africa Republic.   
 Approval of the South African bishops for Bousfield's appointment as first bishop of Pretoria.   
 Finances of the new diocese.   
 Revocation of Charles Muskett Spratt's licence for neglect of duty.   
 Question of the intrusion of the Rev.B.F.Good, priest of the Church of Ireland, into the diocese.   
    
Aa2.2 19 items 1893   
 Telegrams, petitions and correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Bishops of Zululand, St.John's and Bloemfontein and the churchmen of Barberton and Lydenburg.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.W.M.Carter   
 J.Fordyce   
 Bp.J.W.Hicks   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.B.Key   
 W.E.Smyth   
 Subject:   
 Protest against the appointment of W.E.Smyth as Bishop of the Diocese of Lebombo, including complaints that Smyth works only for the native interests and that he substituted the President of the South African Republic's name for that of tho Queen in the ritual.   
    
Aa3 DIOCESE OF ST.JOHN'S 2 files: 160 items 1871-1922   
    
Aa3.1 75 items 1871-1894   
 MS statistics of stations, outstations, miles from the border and numbers of Europeans on the missions.   
 Constitution of the Diocese of Kaffraria, 1874 (formed by she Episcopal Church of Scotland with the sanction of the Archbishop of Canterbury and in co-operation with the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel). Resolution passed by Synod, 1874, that the new diocese be called St.John's.   
 Copy of the oath taken by Bishop Callaway that he would adhere to the doctrine and discipline of the C.P.S.A.   
 Printed reports of St.Mark's Mission by Archdeacon Waters, 1876 and 1879.   
 Quarterly examination of teachers at St.Mark's Mission, 1876. Plan of the missionary station at St.John's adjoining Umtata township, 1892.   
 Correspondence betwcen the Archbishop of Cape Town, W.W. Jones, Bishops Callaway and Key of St.John's, Bishop H. Cotterill of Edinburgh and clergy of the C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents include:   
 W.T.Bullock   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Bp.W.M.Cameron   
 E.L.Coakes (chaplain to Bp.of St.John's)   
 Bp.H.Cotterill   
 J.Gordon (Military chaplain, King Williams Town   
 Dr.D.W.Johnston   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.B.Key   
 J.O.Oxland   
 R.Stewart   
 H.T.Waters   
    
 Subjects:   
 The proposed opening of a mission in Kaffraria by the Scottish church.   
 Formation and development of the Diocese of St.John's. Request for compensation by the Rev.J.Gordon for improvements made to the All Saints mission garden, 1878. Case of the Rev.John Oxley Oxland whose licence was revoked for accepting a government pest.   
 Charge of immorality against missionaries in Zululand. Illness and possible resignation of Bishop Callaway, resulting in the need to appoint a coadjutor bishop to administor the Diocese.   
 Powers of coadjutor bishops, with particular reference to the validity of a synod called by coadjutor hishop B.Key.   
 The church's attitude to polygamists and their wives. Division of authority between Canterbury and Cape Town.   
    
Aa3.2 85 items 1922   
 Petition from the clergy of the Diocese for a coadjutor bishop to be appointed because of the poor health of Bp. Williams.   
 Report of the Diocesan Finance Board, appointed to "examine the financial arrangements suggested in connection with the proposed elections of a coadjutor bishop and to make recommendation thereanent".   
 Correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Bishop, clergy and diocesan officials of St.John's and the Bishops of the C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents include:   
 Bp.F.S.Baines   
 F.Balfour   
 Bp.F.H.Beaven   
 J.H.Boweo   
 C.E.E.Bulwer   
 Bp.W.J.Carey   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 Bp.L.H.Fisher   
 Bp.W.Gore-Browne   
 L.W.Hallward   
 A.A.Hoadley   
 Bp.W.A.Holbech   
 Bp.J.O.Nash F.A.Noble(Sec.to Diocesan Finance Board)   
 Bp.F.R.Phelps   
 Bp.H.B.Sidwoll   
 Bp.N.Talbot   
 Bp.W.L.Vyvyan   
 Bp.J.W.Williams   
 Subject:   
 The appointment of a coadjutor bishop for St.John's and replies on this subject from the Bishops of the C.P.S.A. including the financial implications of such an appointment.   
    
Aa4 UNIVERSITIES MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICA (U.M.C.A.) 2 files 109 items 1861-1919   
    
Aa4.1 51 items 1861-1864   
    
Aa4.1.a Holograph written by David Livingstone relating to a remedy for fever David Livingstone  
 The text reads as follows: "P.S. not making the remedy up myself for some time I substituted on paper the Rhubarb for the Calomel. It would do no harm but I fear the remedy thus transmuted would do no good it is as follows Take of Resin of Jalap + of Rhubarb six or eight grains of Calomel and of Quinine each four grains. Mix etc. D. Livingstone The whole may be given at once if the patient is difficult to be moved. If not 10-15 or 20 gr[ain]s or one two or three pills.", n.d.   
 (stored separately from collection)   
Aa4.1.b Autograph letter by David Livingstone to Bishop Gray, dated Shupunga, 20 June 1862 David Livingstone 20th June 1862 
 Livingstone's address to a great meeting of the Senate House at Cambridge in 1857 was directly responsible for the founding of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa and Livingstone accompanied Bishop MacKenzie in exploring the Shire heights to find a suitable location for the mission. This letter refers to the difficulties of the mission and to the death of Mary Moffat Livingstone, his wife.   
 (stored separately from collection)   
    
Aa4.1.c Autograph letter by David Livingstone to Bishop Gray, dated Murchison's, 8 July 1863 David Livingstone 8th July 1863 
 The letter attends to the welcoming of the new Bishop, issues of talk of colonisation by Lisbon statesmen, slavery and cotton growing amongst others.   
 (stored separately from collection)   
    
Aa4.1 Other items included amongst others:   
 Memorandum by Commander Wilson (H.M.S.'Gorgon') on the Zambesi and ports of Bast Africa, accompanied by a hand-drawn map of the Shire Valley.   
 Copy of a letter between David Livingstone and Sir Thomas Maclear (H.M. Astronomer at the Cape)   
 Extract from Bp.Mackenzie's journal.   
 Bp.Tozer's memorandum, dated Chibisa's, River Shire, 1863 Jul.4.   
 Copy of the memorandum and correspondence relating to Mr.Waller's resignation of his office of Lay Superintendent of the Central African Mission.   
 Memorandum on the present state and prospect of the Central African Mission, Cape Town, 1864.   
 Correspondsnce between Bp.Cray of Cape Town, the Missionary bishops C.F.Mackenzie and W.G.Tozer, missionaries of the Central African Mission and Portuguese officials.   
 Correspondents include:   
 H.Burrup   
 J.Dickenson   
 M. Glover   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 A.H.Layard   
 D.Livingstone   
 Bp.C.F.Mackenzie   
 C.Mellor   
 L.J.Procter   
 Subject:   
 The failure of the Zambesi Mission due to the unhealthy climate of the Shire valley which proved fatal to the white missionaries. The leader of the Mission, Bp.Mackenzie, died and was replaced. by Bp.Tozer. It was decided, with the approval of the British government, to transfer the headquarters of the Mission to Zanzibar.   
    
Aa4.2 ZAMBESI BISHOPRlC 58 items 1902-1919   
 Provisional map of N.W.Rhodesia, compiled at the Administrator's Office, Livingstone, by T.J.Lee.   
 Printed items published by the U.M.C.A. on the proposed new Diocese in N.E.Rhodesia, 1906-1907.   
 Uganda Notes and Diocesan Gazette, July 1913.   
 Declaration and sentence by Frank Weston, Bp of Zanzibar, 1915, that there will be no communion with the Diocese of Hereford.   
 Correspondence between the Archbishops of Cape Town and Canterbury, the Bishops of the C.P.S.A., N.Rhodesia, Zanzibar and Uganda, officials of the U.M.C.A., S.P.G. and Colonial Bishoprics Fund and churchmen in Livingstone.   
 Correspondents include:   
 Bp. F.S.Baines   
 H.A.Baldock(Hon.Sec. Livingstone Church Council)   
 Bp.W.M.Carter   
 Bp.A.Chandler   
 Bp.C.E.Cornish   
 Abp.R.T.Davidson(Canterbury)   
 Bp.W.T.Gaul   
 Bp.A.G.S.Gibson   
 Bp.J.E.Hine   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.H.H.Montgomery(Sec.S.P.G)   
 F..Rowley   
 Earl Russell   
 J.C.Soarez   
 J.Stewart   
 Lord Selborne   
 Bp.W.E.Smyth   
 D.Travers(Sec.U.M.C.A.)   
 Bp.W.G.Tozer   
 H.Waghorn   
 H.Waller   
 B.D.Waters   
 Bp.F.Weston   
 Bp.T.E.Wilkinson   
 Bp.J.W.Williams   
 Bp.J.J.Willis   
 M.H.M.Weod   
 Commander J.Wilson   
 T.P.Woodcock   
 Subjects:   
 Proposal By Bp.T.E.Wilkinson (retired Bp. of Zululand) that is new missionary diocese be created betwecn the Diocese of Lehombo and the Zambesi, as a rcward to the natives who had remained loyal in the Anglo-Boer War and as a thanksgiving for peace, 1902.   
 Suggestion that the Diocese of Mashonaland bc sub-divided so that Umtali and Beira form part of a new diocese. Question of the boundaries and finances of the diocese. Appointment of Bp.J.E.Hine, 1909, as first bishop of Northern Rhodesia.   
 Dispute between Bp.J.E.Hine and the Livingstone Church Council over the church being used for natives, 1910-1911. Bp.F.Weston of Zanzibar's ccmplaint, in an open letter to the Bp. of St.Alban's, 1913, that the Church of England should not send missionaries into the field while it does not know its own mind.   
 Account of the Kikuyu Conference, 1913, of British East African missions.   
 Bp.Weston's dispute with the Bp.of Hereford for preferring Burnett Hillman Streeter to be a canon of Hereford Cathedral after the publication of Streeter's book Foundations, which appeared to have toachings incompatible with the Christian creed.   
 Scheme for an East Central African Province,1919.   
    
Aa5 DIOCESE OF ZULULAND 20 items 1875-1889   
    
 Memorial from the Administrators of the Mackenzie   
 Memorial Mission to Zululand.   
 Printed resolutions by the Standing Committee of the S.P.G 1979, that no impediment be put in the way of spreading the gospel in Zululand.   
 Correspondence between the Bishops of Cape Town, Zululand and Maritzburg, the Secretary of the S.P.G., the Secretary of State for the Colonies, the Covernors of the Cape and Natal and John Dunn, Zulu Chief.   
 Correspondents include:   
 J.E.Buller   
 E.D.Cree   
 J.Dunn   
 Sir B.Frere   
 Bp.J.Jackson(London)   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 W.M.Littleton(Sec.to the governor at the Cape)   
 A. Mackeszie   
 Bp.D.Mackenzie   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 J.H.Moore   
 F.S.Murray   
 M.Osborn   
 R.A.Ransom   
 R.Robertson   
 A.H.Sinclair   
 L.T.Stamer   
 H.W.Tucker   
 Bp.T.E.Wilkinson   
 Sir C.Wolseley   
 Subjects:   
 Resignation of T.E.Wilkinson from the see of Zululand because of differences of opinion with the Administrators of the Mackenzie Memorial Mission.   
 Question of Ugansi having made over his territory to John Dunn and the church's protest against John Dunn's appointment as Chief of one of the 13 districts in Zululand because of his antipathy to missions. Boundary of the Pretoria and Zululand dioceses, with particular reference to Utrecht and Wakkerstroom.   
 Land question with regard tc missionary settlements in Zululand.   
 Character and polygamy of John Dunn.   
 Re-opening of St.Andrew's Mission and School. Settlement in Zululand after the Zulu War, imposed by Sir G.Wolseley.   
 Tenure of episcopal land at Carnarvon.   
 Description of a visit by Bp.Mackenzie of Zululand to Swaziland, Tongaland and Delagoa Bay, 1889, and his plans for the Diocese.   
    
Aa6 DIOCESE OF BLOEMFONTEIN 3 files: 211 items 1860-1945   
    
Aa6.1 34 items 1860(1860-1867)-1943   
 Translation of an Act of Submission, dated Thaba Nchu, 1880 June 10, whereby Samuel Moroka and Lepinare Moroka accept the arbitration of J.H.Brand, President of the Orange Free State, to decide the chieftainship. Deed of transfer of Canon Miles' house to St.Cyprian's Theological College, 1883.   
 Printed items relating tc Diocesan Synod 1883. Bloemfontein Cathedral Magazine, v.1, No.11, Mar.1887. History of the Diocese of Bloemfontein, being extracts from Bloemfontein Diocesan Magazine 1936-1937. Archives cf the Diocese of Bloemfontein, calendared by C.T.Wood, 1943.   
 Correspondence between the Archbishops of Cape Town and Canterbury, the Bishops of London, Bloemfontein, St.Helena and Maritzburg, clergy and officials of the Diocese of Bloemfontein, Wesleyan and Paris Mission clergy, the Twells family and the Secretary of the Colonial Bishoprics Fund.   
 Correspondents include:   
 J.H.Brand   
 J.Brunel   
 J.Campbell   
 E.Casalis   
 C.Clulee   
 W.Crisp   
 D.C.Croghan   
 J.Delaborde   
 R.Giddy   
 E.Glover   
 Bp.R.Cray   
 F.K.Hohne   
 W.A.Holbech   
 Bp.J.Jackson(London)   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 J. Lee   
 Bp.N.J.Merriman   
 L.& S.Moroka   
 Chief Moshesh   
 J.M.Orpen   
 R.Phillimore   
 F.S.Robinson   
 Abp.A.C.Tait(Canterhury)   
 D. Tennant   
 H.W.Tucker   
 Bp.E.Twells   
 H.& W.Twells   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 T.White   
 Subjects:   
 The appeal by Chief Moshesh in 1860 for Anglican missionaries to work in Basutoland and resentment felt by the Paris Missionary Scciety at the intrusion of Anglican missionaries into Basutoland.   
 Consecration of the Cathedral Church of St.Michael, Bloemfontein,1866- the first Anglican church in the Orange Free State.   
 The case and resignation of Bishop Twells, 1869. Finances of the Diocese while the see is vacant. President Brand's decision about the Moroka chieftainship,1880.   
 Diocesan Synod's appointment in 1893 of a delegation consisting of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishops of Edinburgh and Truro, to be entrusted with the choice of a now bishop for the Diocese.   
 Enthronement of Bishop Knight-Bruce in 1886.   
 Presentation of a testimonial to Archdeacon Croghan on his retirement in 1887.   
 Tho work of the Anglican Church in the Diamond Fields, Free State, Bechuanaland and Basutoland.   
 Dispute between Sister Fanny and the Community of St. Michael and All Angels over the choice of a successor for the Sister Superior.   
 Appeal from members of the English church in the Transvaal and the Free State to the Archbishop of Canterbury for their church to remain in close communion with the Church of England.   
    
Aa6.2 155 items 1922-1923   
 Telegrams and correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Provincial Registrar, the Bishop, Dean and clergy of the Diocese of Bloemfontein, the Bishops of the C.P.S.A., the Secretary of the S.P.G. and the Resident Magistrate, Maseru.   
 Correspondents include:   
 Bp.P.S.Baines   
 S.J.Baynes F .   
 H.F.Blaine   
 Bp.W.J.Carey   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 Bp.E.H.Etheridge   
 Sir E.C.F.Garraway   
 Bp.W.Gore-Browne   
 H.Hulme   
 Bp.G.L.King   
 H.K.Lloyd   
 Bp.J.O.Nash   
 Bp.F.R.Phelps   
 C.H.Rolt   
 Miss S.E.Roper   
 E.Rose   
 H.S.Sharpe   
 Miss E.M.Stringer   
 P.S.Strother   
 Miss O.Taylor   
 D.Tennant   
 C.C.Watts   
 W.H.Weekes   
 S.Weigall   
 Bp.J.W.Williams   
 Subject:   
 The appointment of H.S.Sharpe as Assistant Bishop,1922 and charges brought against Archdeacon Sharpe by Miss E.M.Stringer, resulting in a Commission of Enquiry, held in February 1923. Members of the Commission were F.S.Baines, Bp. of Natal, Rev.C.Rolt, Dean of Cape Town and J.O.Nash, Coadjutor Bp. of Cape Tewn. Question arose of whether a Synod was necessary to confirm the appointment of an Assistant Bishop. Archdeacon Sharpe resented the findings of the Commissien, that he was immature, hasty and high-handed and demanded a public vindication of his character.   
    
Aa6.3 22 items 1944-1945   
 Minute-book and report of the Dean's Commission,1945. Chart showing the salary etc. of 'John Clergyman' under the same circumstances in different dioceses. Correspondence between the Archdeacon of Kroonstad, government ministries and industrial firms such as Anglo-American Corporation of South Africa Ltd., the African and Eurepean Investment Co. Ltd., the South African Iron and Steel Industry Corp.Ltd. and the Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Co.Ltd.   
 Correspondents include:   
 F.Amor   
 Bp.A.H.H.Browne(Bloemfontein)   
 C.F.Stallard   
 C.H.Wheat   
 Subject:   
 The Commission of Enquiry appointed by the Bishop of Bloemfontein to make suggestions concerning the welfare of the Diocese in the post-war years. The Commission, consisting of F.A.Amor, C.Elliott, G.Harcourt-Vernon, G.W.Leice, S.M.Matshai, T.W.Stainton, E.J.Trapp, C.C. Tugman and J.D.Vincent (in his absence C.T.Wood to act), considered the reorganisation of the Diocesan staff and resources, delimitation of existing parishes and mission districts, recruitment of men for the sacred ministry from South Africa and the development of industry, irrigation, power, communication and mining in the Free State. They also considered the question of Basutoland becoming a separate diccese.   
    
Aa7 DIOCESE OF GEORGE 4 files: 184 items 1875-1912   
    
Aa7.1 75 items 1875-1906   
 Press clippings from the Knysna Herald, 1886.   
 MS notes on the powers of Archdeacons.   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town, the clergy and prominent individuals in the Knysna arca, and the Colonial Secretary, Cape Town.   
 Correspondents include:   
 H.Badnall   
 W.Breach   
 J.Eedes   
 P.P.Fogg   
 E.Gibbs   
 Dr.C.Gorman   
 H.L.Hare   
 Capt.C.Harison   
 M.J.Jackson   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 R.Klerek   
 T.F.Lightfoot   
 W.Mason   
 Mrs.K.C.Maurice   
 C.Mills   
 W.Milne   
 B.C.Mortimer   
 F.H.Newdigate   
 F.W.Puller   
 J.F.Sewell   
 Sir D.Tennant   
 Subjects:   
 Stipend of ths chaplaincy at George and the appointment of B.C.Mortimer as colonial chaplain at Knysna. Finances and building of the parsonage and neW chapel at Knysna.   
 Leasing and selling of church property at Plettenberg Bay, with particular reference to the ethics of selling church property to obtain funds for building churches. Need for a catechist who can speak Dutch.   
 Question of the burial ground.   
 Voting at parish meetings.   
 Appeal for funds to build a house for W.Breach, catechist at Knysna.   
 Question of whether the Eastford property forts part of the trust funds of the Diocese in view of the original boquest having bean made to Bp.Cray.   
 Objection of the Knysna parishioners to alterations in the form of church services.   
 Visitation of Archdeacon Fogg to enquire into irregularities alleged to have beon committed by the Rev. B.C.Mortimer.   
 Position and powers of Archdeacons and their courts.   
 Complaint by the owner of the property on which Redlands Chapel built that it had been allowed to fall into disuse and parts of tho chapel removed and sold.   
    
Aa7.2 86 items 1877-1908   
 Map entitled a "Sketch of the country between the Knysna and Plettenberg Bay by Wm.H.Newdigate, without a scale, shewing the principal houses and inhabitants names" (hand celeured, with inscription "Honble Revd.H. Douglas" on back).   
 Map entitled "Plettenberg Bay to Knysna River shewing the principal houses and W.H.N.'s Farm" (hand coloured). Map of the proclaimed area at Millwood, showing the position of all present workings, 1887.   
 Plan of Gray, Queen, Church and Long Strcets, shewing the proposed mission chapel.   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town and the clergy, church-wardens and inhabitants of the Knysna-Plettenberg Bay area.   
 Printed report of the Commission on Church. Properties in the parish of Knysna,1698.   
 Correspondents include:   
 W.Breach   
 T.Browning   
 R.Campion   
 C.Currey   
 A.H.Duthie   
 R.Edgcumbe-Chevallier   
 J.Eedes   
 G.H.R.Fisk   
 P.P.Fogg   
 E.Gibbs   
 Bp.A.G.S.Gibson   
 M.J.Jackson   
 Subjects:   
 The finances, building and running of St.Peter's Church, Plettenberg Bay and St.George's Church, Knysna.   
 Dispute between Mr.Toplis, Harbour-Master, and the church authorities at Plettenberg. Bay over the property Reckwood, leased to Toplis by the Church.   
 Need to repair Redbourn Chapel and the question of using the Redbourn (Newdigate) Church Building Fund tc repair the existing chapel or build a new one.   
 The adornments for St.Peter's Church, Plettenberg Bay, and the objections of some parishioners to painted images. Decline of the wood trade and the poor state of the immigrant location.   
 Protest against Mr.Sewell being made a churchwarden because of his accusation that the clergy had been false to their ordination vows.   
 Petition from the coloured people in Knysna (Eastford Division) against the terms of their lease of church property,1886, and the proposal that Eastford be made a location.   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 W.Jones   
 C.Kirkman   
 B.C.Mortimer   
 Caroline Newdigate   
 F.H.& W.R.Newdigate   
 A.Robinson   
 J.F.Sewell   
 A.H.Sinclair   
 A.Toplis   
 H.Vigne   
 S.L.Wayman   
 Use to be made of the Belvedere Church Endowment Fund. Use of the offertories at St.George's Chureh. Knysna. to meet the current expenses of the church.   
 Proposed separation of white and celoured church services at Knysna.   
 Finances of the Kirbywood Church.   
 Report by Archdeacon Fogg on the state of the churches in the area.   
 Ownership of Millwood Church, originally subscribed for by the diggers.   
 Need to increase the parish staff and the proposal to use Cowley Fathers as itinerant priests.   
    
Aa7.3 11 items 1901   
 Correspondence mainly between the Archbishop of Cape Town and the Colonial Secretary, Cape Town.   
 Correspondents include:   
 M.J.Adams   
 L.Dale   
 P.P.Fogg   
 Dr.C.O.Snow   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 H.B.Shawe   
 Subject:   
 The closing of the Blanco cemetery on health grounds.   
    
Aa7.4 13 items 1910-1912   
 Sketch of the seal for the Diocese of George.   
 Correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Provincial Registrar of the Church, the Secretary of the Colonial Bishoprics Fund, the churchwardens and clergy of the proposed diocese.   
 TS report by the Registrar on the Macrorie Fund.   
 Formal order for the creation of the Diocese and mandate for the election of a bishop.   
 Correspondents include:   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 P.P.Fogg   
 H.H.Montgomery   
 B.Rice   
 J.Rose-lnnes   
 D.Tennant   
 A.T.Wirgman   
 Subjects:   
 Finances and formal establishment ef the Diocese, created 1911 Apr.23.   
 Legal opinion on using the Macrorie Fund to establish new dioceses.   
 Choice of Archdeacon Sidwell as first bishop.   
 Endowment of 5,700 from the Colonial Bishoprics Fund.   
    
Aa8 DIOCESE OF ST.HELENA 39 items 1835-1887   
    
 Order in Council for the government of St.Helena, 1835. First Report of the Christian Mission from the Cape of Good Hope to St.Helena (Cape Town, Saul, Solomon,1849). Printed charge delivered at the primary visitation of the island by Bishop Cray,1849.   
 St.Helena Gazette Vol.IV. Nos.199, 201, 205, 281, 296, 1849-1851.   
 The Advocate er St-Helena Weekly News Vol.1, No,1,1851. The St.Helena Herald Vol.V. Nos.251, 255, 1857. Letters patent for the creation of the new see, 1859. Ordinance No.2, 1867 by the Covernon of St.Helena, to provide for the exercise of ecclesiastical discipline in the Diocese of St.Helena, 1867.   
 Ordinances No.8, 1886 and No.7, 1887, to make provision for controlling the endowment of the Bishopric of St. Helena, by Bt.Col.Grant Blunt.   
 Correspondence betwoen the Bishop of Cape Town, thc Archbishop of Canterbury, the Secrctary of the S.P.C., clergy, inhabitants and officials on St.Helena and colonial officials in London.   
 Correspondents include:   
 S.Adams   
 W.T.Bullock   
 Lord Carnarvon   
 W.Carrol   
 S.Denning   
 E.H.Drummond-Hay   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 E.Hawkins   
 H.Labouchere   
 T.B.Murray   
 R.C.Pennell   
 C.Romilly   
 N.Solomon   
 Lord Stanley   
 Abp.J.B.Sumner(Canterbury)   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subjects:   
 The creation and finances of the new see of St.Helena, including the consent of the Bishop of Cape Town.   
 Financial help given by the English community in Monte Video. Administration of the Bishopric Endowment Fund .   
 Petition from the islanders of Ascension,1861, complaining that they came from Sierra Leone to work for sixpence per day but cannot live on such low wages.   
 Appointment of P.C.Claughton as first bishop, 1859 and of his successor T.E.Welby in 1862.   
    
Aa9 DIOCESE OF CHAHAMSTOWN 9 files 24 items 1859-1923   
    
Aa9.1 5 items 1893-1911   
 Copy of the Trust Deed of St.Peter's Home, 1893.   
 Deed of constitution and statutes of the Chapter of the Cathedral Church of St.Michael and St.George, 1894.   
 Yearly statement of amounts received by offertories, contributions and donations for diocesan funds, 1907-1908 and 1908-1909.   
 Printed letter from Robert J.Mullins, 1911 Feb.17, accompanying a statistical return for the year from Easter 1859 to Easter 1860 (See also File 7).   
    
Aa9.2 4 items 1909-1919   
 Letters from F.E.Carter to Abp.W.M.Carter of Cape Town.   
 Subjects:   
 Question of who should call chapter meetings, the Dean or the Chancellor.   
 Irritation caused by F.E.Carter's report on Cathedrals, presented to Provincial Synod.   
 Conflict between the Cathedral staff and St.Peter's Home.   
    
Aa9.3 1 item 1911   
 Memorial from the Cathedral Chapter, Grahamstown, to the Archbishop and Bishops of the C.P.S.A. in Synod assembled at Pietermaritzburg, October 1911, on the propcsed Bill to disestablish and disendow the church in Wales. Signed R.J.Mullins, Vicar-Ceneral and Canon, Grahamstown, 1911 Sep.15.   
    
Aa9.4 5 items 1913-1914   
 Correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Dean of Grahamstown, the Vicar-General of Cape Town Diocese, the Provincial Registrar and the church historian.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.W.M.Cameron   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 D.Tennant   
 J.R.Vincent   
 A.T.Wirgman   
 Subject:   
 Question of whether the Chancellor takes procedence in Chapter and Cathedral over the 2 Archdeacons who are canons ex officio.   
    
Aa9.5 4 items 1923 Dec.11-19   
 Correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Provincial Registrar and the Registrar ef Deeds, Cape Town.   
 Correspondents:   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 C.Denoen   
 Subject:   
 The question of church property, held by a bishop, being transferred to the Diocesan Trustees.   
    
Aa9.6 2 items Undated   
 TS notes in the matter of the appeal of the Ven. the Archdeacon of Port Elizabeth and Frances Thomas Hunt and   
 TS notes on Canon 33a of the Bishop's Court.   
 Subject:   
 The appeal or F.T.Hunt from the Archdeacon's decision to disallow him from taking office because he was a member of the Men's Brotherhood.   
    
Aa9.7 1 item 1860   
 Statistical return for the year from Easter 1859 to Easter 1860. (See also file 1).   
    
Aa9.8 1 item 1860   
 Press clipping from the Anglo-African, supplement, Grahamstown, 1860 June 21, giving rell of synod and Bishop Cotterill's charge.   
    
Aa9.9 1 item 1879   
 Excommunication of Dean F.H.Williams for disobeying suspension order. Signed N.J.Merriman, 1879 Nov.13.   
    
Aa10 DIOCESE OP NATAL 66 items 1909-1925   
    
 Church Properties Bill: statement of the historical aspect of the question by the Bishop of Natal to Diocesan Synod, 1909.   
 Bill No.33/1909 and Act No.9/1911 to amend and declare the Trusts applicable to certain properties set apart for ecclesiastical purposes and to provide for the administration thereof, together with Ordinance No.7/1925 to amend section 5 subsection (d) of Act 9 of 1910.   
 D.Tennant   
 TS record of proceedings before the Select Committee of the Natal Legislative Assembly,1909 Oct.26, and Mr.Tatham's final address to the Committec.   
 Extracts from Church Chronicle 1911 Jan.6, Natal Mercury 1911 Jan.12 and Natal Diocesan. Magazine, 1910 Mar. Correspondence and telegrams between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Bishop of Natal, the bishops and elcrgy of the C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.F.S.Baines   
 Bp.F.H.Beaven   
 R.Brooke   
 H.P.Bull   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 Bp.A.Chandler   
 Bp.C.E.Cornish   
 Bp.M.B.Furse   
 W.H.Parkhurst   
 M.W.Searle   
 Bp.W.E.Smyth   
 Bp.W.L.Vyvyan   
 A.T.Wirgman   
 Subject:   
 The Natal. Church Properties Bill.   
    
Aa11 PAN ANGLICAN FUND 56 items 1908-1911   
    
 Printed items on the Pan-Anglican Congress 1908 and meetings of the Thank Offering Committee 1909.   
 Preliminary memorandum for the Lambeth Conference, 1908.   
 TS agenda for a meeting of the Thanksgiving Committee, 1910.   
 Deed of trust for money giyen by Pan-Anglican Congress and TS account of how the meney is to be applied in South Africa.   
 Correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Bishops of the C.P.S.A., heads of the C.P.S.A. educational institutions, the Provincial Registrar and the Secretary and Treasurer of the Pan-Anglican Congress.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.F.S.Baines   
 C.Bulwer   
 Bp.W.M.Cameron   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 Bp.A.Chandler   
 Bp.C.E.Cornish   
 PP.Graham   
 C.A.King   
 A.B.Mynors   
 W.H.Parkhurst   
 Bp.W.E.Smyth   
 D.Tennant   
 Bp.W.L.Vyvyan   
 Bp.J.W.Williams   
 Subject:   
 The allocation of the 24,000 voted to South Africa and requests by the Bishops of the Dioceses and the heads of educational institutions for a share of the money, which was to be used for educational advancement.   
    
Ab ARCHBISHOPS RECORDS (PROVINCIAL) BOX FILES 637 items 1861-1903   
    
Ab1 DIOCESE OF PRETORIA 2 files: 76 items 1876-1888 70 items 1876-1888   
    
Ab1.1 Printed statement of Pretoria Diocesan Fund, 1879. Correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Bishop of Pretoria, clergy and inhabitants cf the Transvaal and the Secretary of the Colonial Bishoprics Fund.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.B.Bousfield   
 C.Clulee   
 H.Coke   
 H.W.A.Cooper   
 R.C.Grcen   
 R.W.J.Johnston   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 V.H.Lys   
 Sir L.Michell   
 J.Reid   
 A.Roberts   
 A.H.Sinclair   
 H.W.Struben   
 J.Thorne   
 H.W.Tucker   
 J.Turton.   
 Bp.T.E.Wilkinson   
 C.P.Wood   
 Subjects:   
 Churchwardens of St.Alban's Vestry, Pretoria, wish T.E.Wilkinson to be the first bishop of the South African Republic.   
 Theory that as the South African Republic is independent, the choice of a bishop should rest with the Republic. Public desire in Lydenburg that T.E.Wilkinson accept the invitation to be bishop and that whoever is appointed he independent of the Bishop of Bloemfontein. Danger of a rising by Chief Secocoeni.   
 Mortgage of church property at Potchefstroom. Need for more financial help for the diocese.   
 Grant by the Colenial Bishoprics Fund of 5,003 to be invested in the names of the Provincial Trustoes. Mandate for Bp.Bousfield's enthronement.   
 Proposed sale of the Pretoria parsonage.   
 Wars in the Transyaal making church work difficult and request by Bp.Bousfield to live in Cape Colony for a time.   
 Differences of opinion between Bp.Bousfield and his clergy.   
 Request by Bishop Bousfield for financial help from the other dioceses to pay for the extra clergy necessitated by the influx of population to the Gold Fields. Financial crisis due to the mismanagement of diocesan endowments by the Provincial Trustees makes financial reorganisation urgent.   
 Request by Bp.Bousfield for work elsewhore as he cannot live as a Bishop should on his small emolument.   
    
Ab1.2 6 items 1877   
 Correspondence between the Archbishop of Cape Town and the Bishops of thc C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 Bp.R.J.Merrtman   
 Bp.A.B.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subject:   
 The choice of T.E.Wilkinson or H.B.Bousfield as first Bishop of the Transvaal.   
    
Ab2 DIOCESE OF ST.JOhT'S 3 files: 70 items 1872-1887   
    
Ab2.1 12 items 1872-1887   
 Correspondence betwcen the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Bishop of St.John's, Bishop of Edinburgh and Bishop of Moray (Primus of Scotland).   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Bp.R.Cottorill(Edinburgh)   
 Bp.R.Eden(Moray)   
 R.H.Godwin   
 Abp.W.W.Jonen   
 Bp.B.Key   
 Subject:   
 Formation of the Kaffraria bishopric and agreemeat that the Bishop of Kaffraria should come under the authority of the C.P.S.A. and take oath of obedience to the Abp. of Cape Town.   
 Comments by Bp.Callaway on the proposed alterations to the Prayer Book.   
 Decision in the Merriman-Williams case makes it necessary for the relationship between the C.P.S.A. and the Church of England to be settled by an act of tho Legislative Assembly in Cape Town.   
 Abp.Tait of Canterbury maintains that the bishops in South Africa are successors of those who were appointed by Letters Patent and feels it necessary for the constitutional position of colonial churches to be elarified. Difficulties of having 2 bishops in Natal, Colenso and Macroric, and of Natal church property.   
 Bp.Callaway affirms that a man cohabiting in any way with his wife's sister is guilty of incest.   
 Question of whether the canons of the Church of England are binding on members of the C.P.S.A.   
 The Chureh's attitude to civil diyorces and to the baptism of polygamists.   
 Authority of the church court in the R.S.R.Stewart Case.   
    
Ab2.2 57 items 1874-1894   
 Correspondence betweea the Abp. of Cape Town, the Bishops and clergy of the diocese of St.John's.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Bp.W.M.Cameron   
 Bp.A.G.S.Gibson   
 R.H.Godwin   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.B.Key   
 J.O.Oxland   
 C.R.Scott   
 Miss H.Townsond   
 H.T.Waters   
 Subjects:   
 Report on the synod of clergy held at Clydesdale, 1874. Necd to form a parish at Kokstad.   
 Bp.Callaway in unable to attend Provincial Synod in 1877 due to the unsettled state of the ceuntry caused by the Ocaleka War.   
 Revocation of J.O.Oxland's licence in 1879 because he accepted a government post witheut permission from his bishop.   
 Appointment of Archdeacon Waters as Vicar-General in 1880.   
 Bp.Callaway's illness and possible resignation and unanimous election of Bp.Key as Coadjutor Bp. ,1883, with full powers to perform episcopal acts.   
 Choice of W.M.Cameron or W.T.Gaul for the see of Bloemfontein.   
 Power of coadjutor bishops to summon synods and to censor motions for synod.   
 Question of licensing J.O.Oxland is put to the arbitration of the Archbishop of Cape Town.   
 Enthronement of Bp.Key, 1886, to succeed Bp.Callaway whose health and memory is failing.   
 Church's attitude to remarrying divorced persons. Report on synod, 1888.   
 Orlando's resignation requested by his bishop for neglecting his duties, 1894.   
    
Ab2.3 1 item Undated   
 MS paper on Polygamy by Bp.Callaway, written before 1883.   
    
Ab3 DIOCESE OF ZULULAND 12 files:186 items 1869-1890   
    
Ab3.1 3 items 1869-1871   
 Correspondence between the Bishops of Natal, Maritzburg, Zululand and Cape Town, the Archbishop of York and the Secretary for Scandinavia of the Anglo-Continental Society.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.J.W.Colenso   
 F.S.May   
 Bp.R.Cray   
 Abp.W.Thomson(York)   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 Bp.T.E.Wilkinson   
 Subjects:   
 Bp.Twell's resignation.   
 Qualifications necessary for a bishop of Zululand, which make Robertson an unsuitable choice.   
 Status of Bp.Wilkinson as a missionary bishop in Zululand. Bp.Colenso's objection to Wilkinson being called Bp. of Zululand and statement that Bp.Schreuder of the Norwegian Church's Missions has a better claim to that title. State of the church in Natal.   
 Need for Bp.Wilkinson to consider his health and be less impulsive.   
    
Ab3.2 11 items 1869-1870   
 Correspondence between the Bishops of Zululand, Cape Town, Winchester and Londcn and the Archbishop of York.   
 Correspondents:   
 H.Badnall   
 Abp.W.Thomson(York)   
 Bp.R.Cray   
 Bp.S.Wilberforce(Winchester)   
 Bp.J.Jackson(Bondon)   
 Bp.T.E.Wilkinson   
 Subject:   
 The taking of the oath of obodience by T.E.Wilkinson.   
    
Ab3.3 47 items 1876-1880   
 Correspondence between the Bp.of Cape Town, the missionaries in Zululand, the Bp.of St.John's and the Secretary of the S.P.G.   
 Correspondents:   
 W.T.Bullock   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Miss A.S.Carlson   
 E.D.Cree   
 Bp.H.Goodwin(Carlisle)   
 J.Jackson   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 Miss C.Richardson   
 R.Robertson   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 H.A.M.White   
 W.H.White   
 Subjects:   
 Charges were laid against Robertson, which at first he denied but later admitted, repented and wan reinstated. Robertson's decision not to accept the see of Zululand.   
 President Burgers of the Transvaal agrees to persuade the Swazi chief to admit missionaries into Swaziland and to keep out all other mission societies except Anglican.   
 Transfer of the title deeds of missicn land in the Transvaal Republic to the Provincial Trusts Beard. Robertson's intercession with the Zulu King to persuade him net to join the natives at war with the Transvaal. 1876.   
 Denial by Robertson that he is trading and request that he be allowed to stay in Zululand because he acts as a chief to his people and does not wish to abandon them.   
    
Ab3.4 17 items 1875-1890   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town, the missionaries in Zululand and tho Administrators of the Mackenzie Memorial Mission.   
 Correspondents:   
 J.Jackson   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 R.Robertson   
 S.M.Samuelson   
 A.E.Sinclair   
 G.H.Swinny   
 I.Wigram   
 Subjects:   
 Need to organise the diocese and incorporate it with the rest of the C.P.S.A.   
 Bp.Wilkinson's frequent changes of plan, including one that Zululand becomes an appendage of the Transvaal. Possibilities of mission work amongst the Swazi and Tonga peoples.   
 The missionary Samuelson's report in 1877 that the Zulu King has forbidden his people to become Christians and is practising terrible cruelties.   
 Effect of the Zulu War on misnions.   
 Reports from St.Vincent's Mission, Isandhlwana, 12 miles from Hlubi's Kraal, of building and mission work.   
 Sketch of the battle field at Isandhlwana and description of the Prince Imperial's grave.   
 Comments on the first Boer War.   
 Translation of the catechism into Zulu.   
 Visit to the ruins at Kwamagwaza and list of losses incurred by Roach and Swinny through the Zulu destruction.   
 Inter-tribal strife among the Zulus, 1891.   
 Validity of the Swedish orders.   
 Investment of the Bishopric North Zululand Fund.   
 Authorisation by the administrators of the Mackenzie Memorial Mission for money to be paid out from the Fund.   
    
Ab3.5 56 items 1875-1882   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town, the Bishop of Zululand, the. Bishops ef C.P.S.A. and the administrators of the Mackenzie Memorial Missicn.   
 Correspondents:   
 W.T.Bullock   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 E.D.Cree   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 Miss A.Mackenzie   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 Bp.N.J.Merriman   
 J.H.Moore   
 Sir L.T.Stamer   
 Bp.A.B.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Bp.T.E.Wilkinson   
 Subjects:   
 Dispute between the Mackenzie Memorial trustees and Bp.Wilkinson over the use to which the fund should be put, because the trustees wish the money to be spent only for existing missions in Zululand and Bp.Wilkinson wishes to extend mission work inside and outside of Zululand.   
 Bp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town's wish that the Diocese of Zululand should be divided, to enable more mission work to be done on the Zambesi.   
 Resignation of Bp.Wilkinson from the see of Zululand because the administrators of the Mackenzie Memorial Mission will not allow him to oversee work in both Zululand and the Transvaal and his intention to seek work among the tribes of the Zambesi.   
 Possibility of Robertson being made the new bishop. Opinions of the South African bishops on Bp.Wilkinson's resignation.   
 Bp.Wilkinson's plans for the foundation of a new see North of Swaziland (Lebombo).   
    
Ab3.6 1 item 1877   
 Letter, 1877 Feb., from R.Robertson to G.Yates.   
 Subject:   
 An account of mission work in Zululand, including a sketch of the Zululand Diocese, conditions in Lebombo and Swaziland and prospects of mission work there.   
    
Ab3.7 5 items 1877   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town and the Bishops of the C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.A.B.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subjects:   
 Replies of the Bishops to the Bishop of Cape Town's circular letter on Zululand, including the question of delegating the choice of a new bishop to a Committee consisting of the Bps of Edinburgh, Carlisle, Grahams-\town and W.T.Bullock, Sec. of S.P.G.   
 The unsettled state of Zululand.   
 Fitness of Bp.Wilkinson to return or of Rev.R.Robertson to be appointed bishop.   
    
Ab3.8 9 items 1878-1879   
 Correspondencc between the Bishop of Cape Town, the Rev.J.W.Alisgton and R.A.Ransom, priests at Utrecht in the Transvaal.   
 Subjects:   
 Appointment of J.W.Alington as Commissary and Representative in the Diocese of Zululand for the Bishop of Cape Town until the consecration of a new bishop.   
 Description of missions in natal and Zululand.   
 Question of church property in Zululand being transferred either to the Provincial Board or to Alington as trustee for the mission in Zululand.   
 Cetewayo, the Zulu problem and the Zulu War, 1879. Need to build a church in Utrecht.   
 Application made to the Transvaal government for grants of land at Utrecht and Wakkerstroom.   
 Advice of Sir Carnet Wolseley to the missionaries to return to their stations but that no componsation for damage will be given and the tenure of stations will nomain precarious.   
 Death of Mr.Alington from typhoid.   
 Ransom's advice that a chain of mission stations be formed along the Natal side of the Tugela.   
 Reports on white church work at Utrecht and Wakkerstroom.   
    
Ab3.9 9 items 1880   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town and the Bishops of the C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.B.Bousfield   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 Bp.N.J.Merriman   
 Bp.A.B.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subject:   
 Douglas Mackenzie and the Zululand bishopric. The bishops agree that Mackenzie be confirmed by the bishops in synod, even if he is a 'missionary bishop'.   
    
Ab3.10 6 items 1881   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town and the Bishops of the C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.B.Bousfield   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 Bp.N.J.Merriman   
 Bp.A.B.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subject:   
 Replies by the South African Bishops to the question of Bp.Wilkinson preaching on the need for a new diocese north of Zululand and collecting money for this purpose.   
    
Ab3.11 16 items 1881-1885   
 Letters from Bp.Mackenzie to the Bishop of Cape Town, W.W.Jones.   
 Subjects:   
 Plans for the diocese.   
 Comments on the Boers, stressing that they are a formidable enemy and that war would be socially disastrous for the white peoples.   
 Bp.Mackenzie, in a printed letter to his clergy in 1881 asks for corrections to the Zulu translation of the Bible and nuggests special services for the heathen and how to deal with polygamy.   
 Comments on the probable effects of Sir Garnet Wolseley's scheme for Zululand.   
 Need for a mission in Delagoa Bay.   
 Jealousies between rival chiefs cause unrest and make British annexation the best policy so that the missionary work will no longer be dependent on the whim of the chiefs who rule the country.   
    
Ab3.12 6 items 1880   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town, the administrators of the Mackenzie Memcrial Mission and possible candidates for the Zululand Bishopric.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.W.M.Cameron   
 A.G.S.Gibson   
 Bp.H.Goodwin(Carlisle)   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 Subject:   
 Bishop Mackenzie's death and the choice of a successor; W.M.Cameron and A.C.S.Gibson refuse, mainly on account ef poor health.   
    
Ab4 DIOCESE OF ST.HELENA 4 files 133 items 1861-1903   
    
Ab4.1 53 items 1876-1899   
 Correspondence, mainly letters from the Bishop of St. Helena to the Bishop of Cape Town, but also from clergy, officials and inhabitants of St.Helena, the Bishop of London, the Secretary of S.P.C.K. and the. Organising Secretary of the English Church Union.   
 Correspondents:   
 W.O.B.Allen   
 E.Barraclough   
 R.W.Carr   
 Bp.M.Creighton(London)   
 E.H.Dodgson   
 P.P.Fogg   
 Lord Halifax   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 T.O.Marshall   
 Peacock & Goddard   
 H.W.Tucker   
 F.E. & W.H.E.Welby   
 J.W.Williams   
 Subjects:   
 Church property on the island.   
 Future of the church in Madeira.   
 Possibility of St-Helena being joined to the chureh in West Africa.   
 Abolition of the colonial chaplaincy makes the financcs of the Bishop difficult.   
 The synod of 1886 gives only partial acceptance to the Provincial Constitution and Canons, as many of the representatives are pro-Colenso in attitudc and wish to break with Cape Town.   
 Bishopric Endowment Ordinance passod 1886 but Sir H.Holland advises the Queen not to ratify it in its present form. The Ordinance is confirmed in 1887, with the Queen's right of appointment reserved.   
 Resignation of Bishop Welby, 1898, and question of a successor.   
 Archdeacon Fogg's visitation to St.Helena in 1898 to mediate between Bp.Welby and the Rev.Barraclough. Trial of Barraclough by Bp.Welby for immoral ccnduct is stopped by the Governor but will go beforc the Priyy Council.   
 Death of Bp.Welby in a carriage accident, 1899.   
    
Ab4.2 1 item 1861   
 List of documents relating to St.Helena, in the hands of the Bishop of Cape Town, 1861 Jan.19.   
    
Ab4.3 73 items 1867-1903   
 Ordinance No2/1867, to proyide for ecclesiastical discipline in the Diocese of St.Helena.   
 MS memorandum by Archdeacon Fogg on the Appeal Bp.of St.Helena v. the Crown.   
 Proof copy of the Constitution and Canons of the Province with MS quotations of the Ordinances in the Island of St. Helena bcaring on thc case Wood v. Barraclough, 1899. Record of proceedings in the Privy Council on appeal from the Supreme Court of St.Helena.   
 MS judgmest by the Acting Chief Justice St.Helena, 1899 Feb.8.   
 Extract from the Cape Argus on the "St.Helena squabble". Correspondencc between the Bishop and clergy of St.Helena and the Bishop of Cape Town.   
 Correspondents:   
 E.A.Barraclough   
 C.Boyd   
 J.Chamberlain   
 Bp.R.S.Copleston(Colombo)   
 E.H.Dodgson   
 P.P.Fogg   
 Bp.J.G.Holmes   
 Bp.W.D.Maclagan(York)   
 H.B.Maurice   
 J.Norvic   
 Bp.J.Sheepshanks(Norwich)   
 R.A.Sterndale   
 F.E. & W.H.E.Welby   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 J.W.Williams   
 M.H.M.Wood   
 Bp.J.Wordsworth(Salisbury)   
 Subjects:   
 Presentment of charge of heretical teaching against Canon Hands by E.H.Dodgson.   
 Charges against E.A.Barraclough of indecent behaviour, brawling in church and immorality.   
 Legality of court which tried Barraclough, appeal fro= the Supreme Court in St.Helena to the Privy Council and trial of Barraclough in the court of Diocese of St.Helena before J.W.Williams, Vicar-Ceneral.   
 Arrival of the new bishop, J.C.Holmes, 1899.   
 Determination of Barraclough to return and reverse the Williams decision.   
 Sale of the Oakbank Estate to Mr.Homagee by thc Diocesan Board.   
 Refusal of the Bishop of Colombo to allow Barraclough to return to work in his diocese and the importance of seeing that Barracleugh is not employed again.   
    
Ab4.4 6 items 1898-1900   
 Printed letter to the Guardian by Abp.W.W.Jones, 1899 Mar.29, appealing for funds for the St.Helena Bishopric. Chief Justice Wilde's and the Queen's Advocate's remarks on the draft of an Ordinance relating to the property of the see.   
 Correspondence between the Abp. of Cape Town, legal officers and the Secretary of the S.P.C.K.   
 Correspondents:   
 W.O.B.Allen   
 P.P.Fogg   
 I.N.Finnin   
 Chief Justice W.Wilde   
 G.H.R.Fisk   
 Subject:   
 The St.Helena Bishcpric Fund; the question of church property in St.Helena being held by the Bp.of Cape Town and his successors.   
    
Ab5 DIOCESE OF BLOEMFONTEIN 6 files: 171 items 1863-1890   
    
Ab5.1 17 items 1871-1884   
 MS memoranda on the consecration of Bp.Webb of Bloemfontein.   
 Correspondence between the Bishop of Cape Town, the clergy and bishops of the C.P.S.A.   
 Correspondents:   
 H.Badnall   
 Bp.H.Cotterill(Edinburgh)   
 D.G.Croghan   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 J.Green   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 Bp.H.J.Merriman   
 Bp.A.B.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subjects:   
 Legality of Bp.Webb's consecration.   
 Report of the Natal Committee, signed by Dean Green that the canons have not been complied with and that the matter be referred to Provincial Synod.   
 Memorandum by Bp.Cray of Cape Town that the Natal Committee is a violation of the constitution and explaining the circumstances of Bp.Webb's election and consecration. Opinion of the bishops in Synod, 1871, that the Natal Committee has exceeded its powers and that the consecration is canonical.   
    
Ab5.2 23 itcms 1875-1883   
 Letters from Bishop Webb of Bloemfontein to Bp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town.   
 Subjects:   
 Need for more clergy but there is no way to pay their stipends.   
 Bp.Webb's election to the see of Grahamstown.   
 Investment of the Bishopric Endowment Fund.   
 Conversion of Father Margison to the Anglican Church. Basutoland mission and possible conflict with the French Protestant missien, the Paris Evangelical Society.   
    
Ab5.3 29 items 1880-1886   
 Letters from Archdeacon Croghan to Bp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town.   
 Subjects:   
 Account of Diocesan Synod, 1880.   
 Suggestions for the Report of Standing Committee on Ritual.   
 Possibility of forming a Colonial Church Society in England.   
 Vacancy of the see should be followed by a meeting of Diocesan Synod and elective assembly.   
 Question of consecrating the new bishop in England and urgency of appointing the new bishop.   
 Legality of the Delegates whe will appoint the new bishop in England.   
 Finances of the see in a poor condition, which makes necessary an approach to the Missionary Association in England.   
 Appointment and enthronement of Bp.Knight-Bruce.   
    
Ab5.4 23 items 1884   
 Letters of the clergy in the Diocese of Bloemfontein to Bp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town.   
 Correspondents:   
 A.S.Al]um   
 F.R.T.Balfour   
 H.F.Beckett   
 W.H.R.Bevan   
 R.K.Champernowne   
 W.Crisp   
 J.Douglas   
 W.T.Gaul   
 J.Glover   
 W.A.Holbech   
 T.A.Meyer   
 C.Mitchell   
 W.H.Robins   
 H.C.Sanderson   
 C.E.Scrntchley   
 C.B.Shaw   
 E.W.Stenson   
 J.W.Stenson   
 S.W.Steven   
 C.F.Toblas   
 J.Widdicombe   
 T.Woodman   
 Subject:   
 Replies of the diocesan clergy to the question of whether Bp.Knight-Bruce be consecrated in England or South Africa.   
    
Ab5.5 42 items 1870-1896   
 Letters to Bishop Gray and Jones of Cape Town from clergy and bishops in Scuth Africa and England, provincial and Bloemfontein diocesan officials, Civil Commissioner Kimberley and President Brand of the Orange Free State.   
 Correspondents:   
 E.Bourdillon   
 Bp.H.B.Bousfield   
 President J.H.Brand   
 W.Bright   
 W.T.Bullock   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 W.Crisp   
 J.Douglao   
 W.T.Gaul   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 W.A.Holbech   
 Bp.J.Jackson(London)   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 E.Judge   
 Bp.B.Key   
 Bp.G.W.H.Knight-Bruce   
 ? Lidden   
 Bp.D.Mackenzie   
 Bp.W.K.Macrorie   
 Bp.S.T.Nevill(Dunedin)   
 C.W.H.Reynolds   
 W.A.Robinson   
 A.H.Sinclair   
 J.W.Stenson   
 J.E.Stocks   
 D.Tennant   
 S.Todd   
 Bp.A.B.Webb   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Subjects:   
 Oath of canonical obedience taken by colonial bishops; Bp.of New Zealand, asks what should happen about the oath of obedience in a church where there is no metropolitan but an elected primate.   
 Comments on the suitability of various clergy to be bishop of Bloemfontein.   
 Investment of the Bishopric Endowment Fund.   
 Complaint that one of Bp.Webb's clergy conducted a bigamous marriage in the Diamond Fields, although warned of a previous carriage.   
 Request for holp to raise funds for a new hospital at Wepener.   
 Approval of the South African bishops for the new bishop to be appointed by a delegation of the Abp. of Canterbury and the Bisheps of Edinburgh and Truro.   
 Chieftainship at Thaba 'Nchu submitted to the arhitration of President Brand.   
 Request by J.Douglas, 1885, to visit England and explain the true state of affairs in the diocese.   
 Canon Crisp's report on the translation of the Bible and   
 Prayer Book into Sechuona.   
 Finances of the diocese perilous, mainly due to debts incurred by thc Sisterhood, which makes appointment of a new bishop difficult.   
 Account of mission work in Basutoland.   
 Disturbance in Synod of 1887 over finance.   
 Bishops' assent to postponement of provincial synod to 1891.   
 Mission work in Mashonaland and the need for a bishopric there.   
 Suggested division of Kimberley from Bloemfontein.   
    
Ab5.6 38 items 1863   
 Correspondence between the Rev.E.C.Shapcote, curate of Smithfield, his parishioners and Bp.Twells.   
 Minutes of a meeting of the Church Committee 1863 Dec. 25 and report of an interview with Bp.Twells, 1864 Jan.22.   
 Correspondents:   
 A.Field   
 R.Finlay   
 J.Harvey   
 H.D.Hodgson   
 C.S.Orpen   
 E.C.Shapcote   
 Bp.E.Twells   
 Subject:   
 Dispute between the Church Committee at Smithfield and the Rev.E.G.Shapcote over alleged irregularities in the communion service.   
    
    
DIOCESAN 933 items 1842-1965   
    
Ba BISHOPS GRAY AND JONES: LETTERS, ADDRESSES, COLENSO CASE 15 files: 264 items 1849-1893   
    
Ba1 Addresses to Bp.Gray 15 items 1850-1857   
 Complimentary addresses to Bp.Cray from the children of Papendorp Church School, lay members and clergy of the diocese ef Cape Town, clergy of the Eastern Province and inhabitants of Bloemfontein and Rondebosch. (Amongst the signatures is that of Juana Smith, wife of Sir Harry Smith). Letters of thanks from Bp.Cray to the Dean of Cape Town and Archdeacon Welby of Ceorge, thanking them for the affectionate addresses sent by the clergy in Cape Town and Ceorge.   
    
Ba2 Petiticns to Bps.Cray and Jones 24 items 1849-1893   
    
 Petitions to Bps Gray and Jones for churches from the following clergy on behalf of the inhabitants:   
 W.Andrews - Knysna and Plettenberg Bay   
 C.F.Atkinson - Parish of St.Mary, Woodstock   
 J.Baker - Swellendam   
 J.Barrow - Southwell, Bathurst   
 T.Browning - Clanwilliam   
 H. Douglas - parish of St.John the Evangelist, Cape Town   
 F.P.Edwards - Malmesbury   
 P. Fleming - King Williams Town   
 S.Cray - Cradock   
 F.Greenwood - Fraserburg   
 J.Inglis - Pearl and Wellington   
 J.M.Martine - Worcester J.Maynard - Beaufort   
 W.A.Newman-Pappendorp   
 E.Pain - Somerset East   
 W.G.Schierhout-Buffeljachts River, Swellendan   
 T.Sheard - Mossel Bay   
 H.M.White - Diocesan Collegiste School, Woodlands   
 E.S.Wilshire - Fort Beaufort   
 Ministers and inhabitants of Newhaven, Melville and vicinity.   
 Also 1 notice of licence for St.John's Church, Cape Town, 1849 Dec.15, in Bp.Gray's handwriting.   
    
Ba3 Colenso Controversy 46 items 1858-1878   
    
 Correspondence between the Bishops and clergy of Cape Town and Natal, the Bishops of Grahamstown and St.Helena and the Archbishop of Canterbury.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.P.Claughton   
 Bp.J.W.Colenso   
 J.Douglas   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 J.Green   
 W.Smith   
 Abp.J.B.Sumner(Canterbury)   
 T.Watermeyer   
 G.H.Wathen   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 H.Whitehead   
 Subjects:   
 Comments by Bp.Gray on Bp.Colenso's sermon on the Holy Eucharist.   
 Account of the Natal Church Conference, 1858.   
 Report of the Committee appointed to consider the secession of the Dean and Archdeacon of Maritzburg, Canon Jenkins and R.Robertson.   
 Resolutions of the Natal Church Council that contributions from churchmen must be increased to enable the church's work to be oxpanded and that a Finance Board be set up. Sir C.Crey's gift of 50 pounds towards the expense of printing a new Kafir grammar.   
 Government grant for industrial missicn work.   
 Comments on the character of Mr. Scott, governor of Natal. Reports by Dean Green on the Natal Church Council. Bp.Colenso's teaching on the Eucharist and his belief in liberty of preaching.   
 Advice of Abp.Sumner of Canterbury that rules for the administration of a diocese can only be enforced by acts of the Colonial Legislature.   
 Proposal to establish a rudimentary university under the control of the church.   
 Bp.Colenso's dispute with Crompton, Green and Jenkins. Offer by Bp.Colenso in 1859 to resign and become a missionary bishop in Zululand.   
 Colenso's disapproval of aesthetics who introduce unsound and unscriptural doctrine.   
 Hecessity for a British resident in Zululand and for the abolition of the chiefs putting their subjects to death without trial.   
 Difficulties about Bishop Mackenzie's consecration at Cape Town.   
 Controversy about the Zulu word for 'God'.   
 Comments on the Covernor's setting up a sugar industry at Umyoti.   
 Comments on Bp.Colenso's book The Romans.   
 Advice from South African bishops as to how Bp.Colenso should be tried.   
    
Ba4 Colenso's Teaching 39 items 1862-1878   
    
 Correspondence between Bp.Gray of Cape Town, Bishops and clergy in England, English Church Union, Norwich Church Union, S.P.C., legal counsel and Convocation of the Province of Canterbury   
 Correspondents:   
 J.Allen   
 C.H.Brooks   
 Brooks & Dubois   
 W.T.Bullock(Sec.S.P.G.)   
 Bp.G.E.L.Cotton(Calcutta)   
 Bp.C.J.Ellicott (Gloucester)   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 Bp.W.K.Hamilton(Salisbury)   
 E.Hawkins(Sec.S.P.G.)   
 Hon.C.Lindsay(Pres.English Church Union)   
 Bp.A.Ollivant(Llandaff)   
 W.G.F.Phillimore   
 Abp.A.C.Tait(Canterbury)   
 Dr.U.Willianson   
 C.Wordsworth   
 Subject:   
 Demand by clergy that Bp.Colenso withdraw his book   
 The Pentateuch and memorials from clergy condemning it. Legal adyice is sought by the Church but it is imperative to wait until the Privy Council decision on the Long case. The Committee of Lower House of Convocation of the Province of Canterbury, reports that the book is erroneous and dangerous. The English Church Union advises that ancient canon law is the only law on which the Bp. of Cape Town can rely. Addresses are sent by English clergy supporting Bp.Gray. The Colonial Bishoprics Council decides to put the salary for the Bp. of Natal in a separate account. The validity of the excommunication of Bp.Colense is brought to question.   
    
Ba5 Letters from American Bishops re Colenso 10 items 1865-1869   
    
 Letters from episcopal churchmen in America to Bp.Gray of Cape Town.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.J.H.Hopkins(Presiding of Protestant Episeopal Church in America)   
 Bp.J.B.Kerfoot(Pittsburg)   
 Bp.Bp.J.T.Lewis(Ontario)   
 Bp.B.B.Smith   
 Bp.W.R.Whittingham   
 Bp.J.Williams(Connecticut)   
 Subject:   
 Addresses of sympathy and encouragement for Bp.Gray relating to his excommunication of Bp.Colenso.   
    
Ba6 Letters from South African Churchmen, 15 items 1863-1867   
    
 Letters to Bp.Gray from South African clorj, bishops and lay members of the church.   
 Correspondents:   
 H.Badnall   
 T.Poynton   
 Bp.H.Callaway   
 R.Raw   
 H.A.Douglas   
 E.Rutherford   
 Bp.N.J.Merriman   
 Bp.T.E.Wolby   
 J.Pilcher   
 Subject:   
 Protests against Bp.Colenso's falso teaching in The Romans and The Pentateuch ineluding a petition from Natal clergy that Bp.Colenso be asked to resign. Bp. Welby of St.Helena assents to Gray's judgment on Colenso. Bp.Callaway of St.John's points out that the laity are not yet ready to accept a self-governing South African church. Resolutions are received from St.Paul's Church, Durban, protesting against the proposed reading of sontence on Colenso and against appointing a successor to him. The Wesleyans in Durban support Bp.Gray.Clergy of the Diocese of Natal and male communicants declare their adherence to the Church of England doctrine, and their wish that a petition be sent to the Queen to remove Bp.Colenso, that a provincial synod be held soon and that W.J.Butler be appointed the new bishop. The Church Defence Association asserts that W.J.Butler can-not become bishop unless appointed by the 'Sovereign Head of the Church'.   
    
Ba7 Letters from James Green, Dean of Maritzburg to Bp.Gray, 25 items 1865-1867   
    
 Subjects:   
 The excommunication of Bp.Colenso.   
 Character of the Rev.P.S.Robinson.   
 Plans for raising the standard of education.   
 The visitation of Bp.Twells and the question of a successor to Bp.Colenso.   
 Protest by Church of England members against the resolutions passed by the clergy at Pine Town on Bp.Colenso together with a letter from Bp.Colenso to Col.Bissett on the same subject.   
 Need for more missionaries in Natal.   
 Appeal to a civil court inadvisable.   
 Account of the election of W.J.Butlor to succeed Bp. Colenso.   
    
Ba8 Bp.Colenso's claim on Bp.Gray 1 item 1867 May 7   
 Case for opinion by Pcrter on the demand made on the Bp. of Cape Town for 329.18.11 by T.Shepstone, acting on behalf of Bp.Colenso. This resulted from Bp.Gray's refusal to honour after 1863 the private payment of 100 a year to Bp.Colenso.   
    
Ba9 Pristed pamphlets and letters on Colenso 20 items 1858-1878   
    
 Subjects:   
 Instructions for the Diocese of Natal.   
 Various pamphlets by Bp.Gray on the trial and excommunication of Bp.Colenso.   
 Sermons and letters by Bp.Colenso.   
 God's commandments ...' by W.M.Domville.   
 Defence of the Rev.James Walton before the Supreme Court of Natal in Colenso v. Walton.   
 Acknowledgment by the Natal clergy of R.Gray as their Metropolitan,1865.   
 Proceedings of Bp.Colenso against Dean Green, Rev.J.H. Wills and Ven.T.C.Fearne,1867.   
    
Ba10 Bps Gray and Colenso 3 items 1867   
 Letter from Bp.Colenso to Bp.Cray regretting that his book is being referred to the Abp. of Canterbury and an answer to this Letter, partly in Bp.Gray's handwriting. A holograph speech by Bp.Gray at the first Lambeth Conference,1867 Dec.10, defending the action he took on. Bp. Colenso.   
    
Ba11 Visitation of Bp.Twells to Natal 15 itoms 1867   
    
 MS report and appendices by Bp.Twells.   
 Draft letter by Bp.Gray to the press, explaining the circumstances of Bp.Twells' visitation.   
 Printed letter by Maritzburg individuals, replying to a letter by T.W.Brooks in the Natal Witness of 6 July 1867.   
 Correspondents:   
 R.Acutt C.Barter   
 W.H.Boyd   
 Dr.W.Cattell   
 R.Cray   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 E.S.Greening   
 R.W.Keate   
 Maj.V.N.Pole   
 P.J.Robinson   
 D. B. Scott   
 J. H. Spcnce   
 P.C.Sutherland   
 Bp. E.Twells   
 S.Williams   
 Subject:   
 Account by Bp.Twells of his visitation as Commissary for the Metropolitan. Church of England churchmen complain that Bp.Twells is acting uncanonically. The civil government refuses to interfere in an ecclesiastical dispute. Churchmen at New Leeds thank Bp.Twells for laying the foundation stone of their new church.   
    
Ba12 Successor to Bp.Colenso 25 items 1864-1869   
    
 Correspondence between the Bp. of Cape Town, the Bishops and clergy of the C.P.S.A. and the Abp. of Canterbury. Press clippings from the Times 1868.   
 Corrcspondents:   
 W.J.Butler   
 Bp.H.Cotterill   
 F.H.Cox   
 C.R.Eaton   
 R.A.Fairbridge   
 T.G.Fearne   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 J.Green   
 R.G.Lamb   
 W.Long   
 Bp.N.J.Merriman   
 Bp.F'.R.Nixon(Tasmania)   
 Sir R.Phillimore   
 F.S.Robinson   
 Subjects:   
 Questions of a successor to Bp.Colenso and the possibility of a coadjutor bishop for Natal.   
 F.H.Cox is being considered to succeed Colenso but some Natal churchmen have elected W.J.Batler. It would be wrong to ask the Colonial Office to intervene in a clerical dispute. It is proposed to consecrate the new bishop, W.K.Macrorie, in Scotland. There are petitions from the Chureh of England in Natal and the Cape of Good Hope, protesting against appointing a successor to Bp.Colenso. The advice of Abp.Tait to churchmen is to keep out of the controversy.   
    
Ba13 Letters from Bp.W.K.Macrorie to Bps.R.Gray and W.W.Jones 16 items 1869-1891 (Originals + TS Copies   
    
 Subjects:   
 Question of whether the bishop should reside at Durban or Pietermaritzburg.   
 Difficulties of finding representatives for Provincial Synod. Plans for building and staffing schools in Maritzburg. Bp.Colenso's attempts to stir up trouble amongst churchmen in Natal.   
 Financial problems of the Diocese.   
 Opening of a new church in Durban,1870.   
 Problems of Zululand.   
 Inadequacy of his stipend and inadvisability to depend on Bp.Gray for this stipend.   
 Account of Diocesan Synod and of the charge he delivered there, 1870.   
 Attempt by Bp.Colenso to have all Natal church property transferred from Bp.Gray to himself by means of a bill in the Legislative Assembly.   
 Plans for a Diocesan Boys School,1871.   
 Visit to Zululand during inter-regnum 1890.   
 Choice of Carter as the new bishop.   
    
Ba14 Reports on Natal Stations 2 items c.1864   
    
 Letter from Walter Baugh to the Bp.of Cape Town,1864, on Umlazi Mission Station; undated and unsigned report on Greyton and neighbourhood, Mooi River, Bushman's River and Ladysmith.   
 Subjects:   
 Desirability of removing the Umlazi Mission Station or of finding a second mission station to take care of the natives who have left the area round Umlazi because of the coming of white sugar plantations.   
 The population, farming and openings for church work in various parts of Natal.   
    
Ba15 Ecclesiastical Appointments 3 items 1853-1880   
 MS extract from the royal instructions to the Covernor of the Capc of Good Hope re ecclesiastical appointaentm,1853. Notes by Bp.Welby entitled 'Extract from letters patent constituting the see of St.Helena' undated.   
 Memorandum for the Honourable the Treasurer on the tenure of Carnarvon Lands. Reference is to Act 17,1880.   
    
Ba16 Letters from Bp.Welby of St.Helena to Abp.W.W.Jones 6 items 1877-1884   
    
 Subject:   
 Bp.Welby regrets that he cannot attend the Provincial Synod at Maritzburg 1877, called to choose a missionary bishop for Zululand and suggests that any South African bishops in England be ex-officio members of the Delegation appointed to choose the bishop of Zululand. He assents to Bp.Webb's resignation from the see of Bloemfontein and regrets that he cannot attend   
 Bp.Key's consecration and agrees with the Abp. of Canterbury's refusal to consecrate colonial bishops on the grounds of the oath of obedience. It is his wish that mortgages and landed property in St.Helena be legally secured to his successor without his having Letters Patent.   
    
Bb BISHOP GRAY :LEGAL DOCUMENTS 293 items 1842-1902   
    
Bb1 Legal MSS 5 items 1845-1871   
 MS by Bp.Gray on the 'Office for enthroning a bishop', undated. MS signed by George Peacock, Dean of Ely, addressed to Jamos Croft, Archdeacon of Canterbury, concerning the induction, installaticn and enthronement of Thomas Turton, Bp.of Ely,1845 May 27.   
 MS draft of decision on the Belson ritual case and draft of letter from Bp.Gray on the same subject.   
 Extract will of R.Gray, Bp. of Cape Town, attested a true extract 1873 May 29.   
    
Bb2 Notes on church discipline 11 items 0.1863   
 Notes from various authorities in the handwriting of Bp.Gray Mrs.Gray and H.H.Badnall.   
    
Bb3 Appointments of Bps.Welby and Merriman 11 items 1849-1871   
 Appointments of Welby to be one of a council to act in Bp. Gray's absence,1857, and to act an the Bp's commissary in the Diocese of George,1857.   
 Letter of institution and mandate for Merriman to be Archdeacon of Grahamstown,1849 and tho oaths of supremacy, allegiance and subscription to articles taken by Merriman. Also appointment of Merriman as Dean of Cape Town,1870 and his election as Bp. of Crahamstown, 1871.   
    
Bb4 Trial of Bishop Colenso of Natal 8 items 1863-1864   
 Charge against the Bishop of Natal, 1863 Nov.17, signed by H.A.Douglas, N.J.Merriman and H.Badnall and judgment given by Bp.Gray in his own handwriting, (116p) and reprinted in the Cape Argus,1863 Dec.16.   
 Memorandum of sentence of deposition of the Bp.of Natal and sentence of excommunication in Bp.Gray's handwriting.   
 Memorandum on proceedings against the Bp.of Natal, signed T.Watermeyer.   
 Appointment of J.Green as Vicar-Ceneral and his warning to Bp.Colenso net to cxercise spiritual functions. Dr.Bleek's protest on behalf of Bp.Colenso.   
    
Bb5 Graaff Reinet 21 items 1849-1852   
 Correspondence between the Bp.of Cape Town, the Abp.of Canterbury,clergy and churchwardens of Graaff Reinet   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.R.Cray   
 J.D.Harding   
 W.Long   
 J.Randall   
 Abp.J.B.Sumner(Canterbury)   
 Bp.S.Wilberforce(Oxford)   
 Subjects:   
 Building of a new ehurch.   
 Opinion of Queen's advocate on tho powers of the Bp.of Cape Town.   
 The powers of archdeacons and bishops.   
    
Bb6 Meetings of colonial bishops in London 20 items 1852-1868   
 Minutes of meetings of the Colonial Bishops,1853 and 1865. Petition and claim of Bp.Gray of Cape Town, to the Arch-bishop and Bishops of the Upper House of Convccation, asking why he was not summoned to attend, he being a Bishop Suffragan of Canterbury.   
 Correspondence mainly between the Bp. of Cape Town, the Bps. of Sydney and Newfoundland and the Abp.of Canterbury.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.W.G.Broughton(Sydney)   
 Bp.E.reild(Newfoundland)   
 W.E.Gladstone   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 J.W.Joyce   
 Duke of Newcastle   
 Abp.J.B.Sumner(Canterbury)   
 Subjects:   
 The Colonial Church Bill.   
 Question of the right of colonial bishops to sit in Convocation.   
 Relationship of colonial churches to the mother church. Law as regards the church differs in various parts of the Empire.   
 Need for the organization of colonial churches.   
    
Bb7 Diocesan Finance 3 items 1859-1861   
 Rules for the foundaticn of a Fund to promote chureh work in Cape Town,1857.   
 Correspondence between Bp.Gray and his clergy re stipends.   
    
Bb8 Status of Missionary Bishops 71 items 1858-1894   
Bb8.1 General 6 items 1858-1860   
 Minutes of the Bishop of Natal upon the resolutions passed at the Conference of the Bishops of the Province of Cape Town,1860.   
 Correspondents:   
 Sir E.Bulwer(Secretary of State for the Colonies)   
 Bp.J.W.Colenso(Natal)   
 Bp.R.Gray(Cape Town)   
 Abp.J.B.Sumner(Canterbury)   
 Subject:   
 Necessity to send a Missionary Bishop to the territory of Chief Panda, noar Delagoa Bay and the question of whether   
 the Bp. of Cape Town can consecrate such a bishop. Bp.Colenso gives his assent to Missionary Bishops as a temporary measure for Central Africa but declares that such bishops owe obedience to the consecrating metropolitan.   
    
Bb8.2 Letters from Ab. A.C.Tait to B n.R.Grav and W.W.Jones items 1870-1877   
 Subject   
 Consecration of Missionary Bishops and the question of the Bp. of the Orange River Colony being consecrated in Scotland, from which arises the problem of taking the oath of obedience to both Canterbury and Cape Town.   
 The general question is one of Letters Patent and the colonial church. Abp.Tait agrees to consecrate Bp.Bousfield(Pretoria) and administer the oath of obedience to Cape Town in the course of the seryice.   
    
Bb8.3 Letters from Abn.E.W.Benson to Abp.W.W.Jones 12 items 1890-1892   
 Subjects:   
 The Third Proviso and the need to reunite the Church of England and the C.P.S.A.   
 Agreement by Abp.of Canterbury to consecrate a bishop for Natal who would be acceptable to both parties in Natal and administer the oath of obedience to Cape Town.   
 Question of where Bp.Carter(Zululand) should be consecrated.   
    
Bb8.4 Letters from Bp.T.E.Welby of St.Helena to Abp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town 4 items 1891-1892   
 Subject:   
 Place of consecration of Bp.Carter - England or South Africa?   
    
Bb8.5 Letters from Haryey Goodwin, Bp.of Carlisle, to Abp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town 7 items 1891   
 Subject:   
 The consecration of Bp.Carter of Zululand.   
    
Bb8.6 Letters from Bp.A.B.Webb of Grahamstown to Abp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town 8 items 1891-1892   
 Subjects:   
 Consecration of Bp.Carter of Zululand.   
 Question of the Abp.of Canterbury being deputed to choose and consecrate a bishop for Natal to succeed Bp.Macrorie. Jurisdiction in South Africa, held by the Abp.of Canterbury , because he consecrates bishops for South Africa.   
    
Bb8.7 Letters from Bp.W.K.Macrorie of M.aritzburg to Abp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town 4 items 1891-1892   
 Subjects:   
 Formal assent to Bp.Carter being elected to Zululand. Investment and use of the Moodie bequest to the Diocese. Question of Canterbury being put under commission by Cape Town to checse bishops for South Africa.   
 Place of consecration for Bp.Hicks.   
    
Bb8.8 Letters from Bp.B.I.Key of St.John's to Abp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town 5 items 1891-1892   
 Subject:   
 Relationship of Canterbury and Cape Town re consecration and the possibility of the act of consecration conferring mission.   
 Assent by Bp.Key to consecrations taking place in England as long as the oath of obedience is taken to Cape Tewn.   
    
Bb8.9 Ietters from W.M.Carter, Bp.Elect of Zululand, to Abp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town 3 items1891   
 Subject:   
 Place of his consecration.   
    
Bb8.10 Letters from Bp.E.R.Johnson of Calcutta to Abp.W.W. Jones of Cane Town 3 items 1891-1892   
 Subject:   
 Differences between Canterbury and Cape Town over the question of consecration.   
    
Bb8.11 Letters from Bp.H.B.Bousfield of Pretoria to Abp.W.W.Jones of Cape Tows 7 items 1878-1892   
 Subjects:   
 Warrant for Bp.Bousfield's consecration.   
 Opinion of Bp.Bousfield that Bp.Hicks of Bloemfontein should be consecrated in South Africa.   
 Comments by Bp.Bousfield on a memorandum from the Abp.of Canterbury on consecration involving mission.   
    
Bb8.12 Various 7 items 1892-189d   
 Register Abbot Vol.1, fol.66, Lambeth Palace Library, signed Tobias Eboracen and certified a true copy by W.K.Boyd,1892 Jun.22 (on consecration).   
 Correspondence between E.W.Benson, Abp.of Canterbury, Rev. J.Green of Natal, J.W.Hicks, Bp.Elect of Bloemfontein, W.W. Jones, Abp. of Cape Tows and W.G.P.Phillimore.   
 Subjects:   
 Archbishop's memorandum on consecration.   
 Possibility that as Cape Town takes the oath to Canterbury, tho whole province is intcgrally united to Canterbury. Place of Bp.Hicks' consecration.   
 Question of supremacy of Cape Town over the sees in South Africa.   
    
Bb9 Long Case 5 items 1861-1862   
 Sentence by Bp.Gray, withdrawing the licence of William Long and depriving him of his charge,1861 Mar.6.   
 Correspondence between Bp.R.Gray of Cape Town, Rev.W.Long, Abp.A.C.Tait of Cantorbury and Sir R.Phillimore.   
 Subjects:   
 Question of an appeal from the Bp.of Cape Town and to whom. The allied question of the status of the colonial church.   
    
Bb10 Letters from Bp.W.G.Tozer to Bp.R.Gray of Cape Town 12 items 1863-1871   
 Subjects:   
 Licence to consecrate Bp.Tozer, signed by Lord Russell,1863 Jan.30.   
 Need for a national synod of the Anglican episcopate to be called.   
 Relationship of Cape Town and Canterbury.   
 Apology that he cannot attend synod of 1871 because he is a Missionary Bishop   
 Desire to be a suffragan of Canterbury and not of Cape Town.   
    
Bb11 Draft of 218 Canons, prepared for Provincial Synod,1870 1 item MS   
    
Bb12 The Dutch Reformed Church 19 items 1870-1871   
    
 MS notes on the Synod of Dort.   
 MS resolutions by the Synod of the Dutch Reformed Church,1871.   
 Correspondence between the clergy and bishops of the C.P.S.A. and the clergy of the Dutch Reformed Church.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.Cotterill   
 P.E.Faure   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 A.Murray   
 W.Robertson   
 Bp.T.E.Welby   
 Bp.T.E.Wilkinson   
 P.H.Williams   
 Subject:   
 Proposed union between the two churches.   
    
Bb13 Bp.R.Gray and the Somerset Hospital 12 items 1871-1872   
 MS rules and regulations for the nursing establishment at the Somerset Hospital.   
 MS list of conditions under which Bp.Gray undertook to run the hospital.   
 Correspondence between Bp.Gray of Cape Town, Sir H.Barkly, Governor of the Cape, R.Worsley, Colonial Secretary, Dr. Chiappini of the Somerset Hospital and Misses L.E. Chaddock and A.Farr of St.George's Home.   
 Subject:   
 Dispute between Bp.Gray and the medical and nursing personnel at the hcspital and the Covernment's acceptanee of Bp.Gray's decision to discontinue the work.   
    
Bb14 Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (S.P.G.) 87 items '842-1902   
    
 Correspondence between Seuth African bishops and the secretaries of the S.P.G.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.F.S.Baines   
 W.T.Bullock(S.P.C.)   
 Bp.A.Chandler   
 Bp.C.E.Cornish   
 Bp.A.C.S.Gibson   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 E.Hawkins(S.P.C.)   
 Bp.W.W.Jones   
 E.H.Montgomery(S.P.G.)   
 E.P.Sketchly   
 H.W.Tucker(S.P.C.)   
 Bp.J.W.Williams   
 Subjects:   
 Need for clergy at the Cape.   
 Military chaplains.   
 Financial grants by S.P.G. and spending of them Kafir college and its progress.   
 Division of the Diocese as the work grows.   
 Visitations by Bp.Gray.   
 Kaffir Wars and necessity for missions in wilder areas. Clergy for Zululand and the Transvaal.   
 Lambeth Conference, 1878.   
 Question of the Delagoa Bay bishopric.   
 Effort of Bp.Colenso's death on the Natal dispute. Bicentenary of the S.P.G.   
 Finances of the Diocesan College, Rondebosch.   
 Grant of 30,000 to South Africa from Bicentenary Fund and 1500 for the Ethiopian movement from the Ceneral Fund.   
    
Bb15 Election of Bp.W.W.Jones to Cane Town 2 items 1873-1874   
 Minutes of the adjourned meeting of Diocesan Assembly, for the election of a bishop,1873. Illuminated address of welcome from the Cape clergy,1874.   
    
Bb16 Sundry Memorials and Correspondence 7 items 1872-1896   
 Memorial expressing sympathy on the death of Bp.Gray from the Prebendary of Wells, W.F.Neville,1872 Dec.15. Memorial from the clergy of the Church of England in Cape Town declining to acknowledge C.P.S.A. as a substitute for the Church of England,1872 Dec.18.   
 Memorandum addressed to the elective assembly of the Diocese of Cape Town, signed by the Bishops of St.Helena, Maritzburg, Bloemfontein and Grahamstown, re a successor for Bp.Gray,1873 Feb.19.   
 Correspondence between Bp.W.W.Jones, G.Le Jeune and A. Wood, re Bp.W.W.Jones' consecration and the wreck of the 'Drummond Castle' off Ushant and burial of the victims,1896.   
    
Bc BISHOPS R.GRAY AND W.W.JQNES:MISCELLAJEOUS 376 items 1843-1968   
    
Bc1 Papers of J.A.Hewitt and H.A.C.Heaitt 16 items 1843-1935   
 Baptismal certificate, J.A.Hewitt, 1843,Aug.13. Deacon's Orders, J.A.Hewitt,1871 Mar.5.   
 Letters of Orders, " 1873 Dec.1 (Signed N.J.Merriman, Grahamstown).   
 Letter from H.M.M.Wilshire to J.A.Hewitt,1882 Apr.17, re church and parsonage at Simon's Town.   
 Priest's licence, J.A.Hewitt,1891 Jul.25 (for Province of Canterbury).   
 Notice of services for Holy Week and Easter Services,1896. Letter from W.P.C.Schierhout to H.A.C.Hewitt,1935 Mar.5, acccmpanied by TS on Afrikaans hymn books. MS notes on Cape Town Cathedral by G.M.Squibb, St.George's Crammar Schcol.   
    
Bc2 Society of St.John the Evangelist (Cowley Fathers) 78 items 1862-1968   
    
Bc2.1 Letters from Father R.M.Benson,S.S.J.E. 4 items 1862-1864   
 To Miss Gilbortson, sister of the Rev.Lewis Cilbertson, Vice-Principal of Jesus College, Oxford, of a personal nature, referring to her decision to enter a religious order.   
    
Bc2.2 Letters from Bp.W.W.Jones of Cape Town 10 items 1884-1904   
 To Fathers H.P.Bull, G.Congreve, E.W.Osborne, R.S.Page, F.W.Puller.   
 Subject:   
 Work of the Society in the Diocese of Cape Town, including finance and the future of St.Philip's and St.Columba's churches.   
    
Bc2.3 Miscellancous Correspondence 6 items 1892-1911   
 Correspondents:   
 Father Bignold   
 Father H.P.Bull   
 Father G.Congreve   
 Father G.H.Hodge   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Father W.H.Longridge   
 Father E.Osborne   
 Father F.H.Welch   
 Subjects:   
 Property in Cape Town.   
 Finance.   
 St.Philip's mission.   
 Medical mission work amongst the Malays.   
    
Bc2.4 Miscellaneous Correspondence and Memoranda 8 items 1884-1899   
 Correspondents:   
 Fathers G.Congreve and P.N.Waggett.   
 Subjects:   
 Proposed division of the parish. Giving up of St.Philip's. Debt on St.Columba's.   
    
Bc2.5 Letters from Father Page, Superior General, S.S.J.E. 13 items 1896-1911   
 Correspondents:   
 Father H.P.Bull   
 Father G.Congreve   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Father R.S.Page   
 Subjects:   
 Malay and Kafir work.   
 Work of the Sisters.   
 Position of the Cowley Fathers in the Diocese. Division of St.Philip's.   
 Finance.   
 Appointment of Father Bull as superior in Cape Town.   
    
Bc2.6 Letters from Father F.W.Puller 4 items 1891-1911   
 Correspondents:   
 "Rev.Mother" and "Father"   
 Subjects:   
 Future of the Society's work in Cape Town. Malay work.   
 Orphanages and homes.   
 St.Philip's Mission.   
    
Bc2.7 Letters from W.O.B.Allen. Sec.S.P.C.K. 3 items 1902-1904   
 Correspondents:   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Father R.S.Page   
 Subjects:   
 Financial grants.   
 Illness of Dr.Pollatt and her inability to return to South Africa.   
    
Bc2.8 Letters from Father F.W.Powell, Superior Boston House 8 items 1923-1968   
 Addressed to Edward (?Langmore) re Edward's career as a priest and also the Diamond diggings at Lichtenburg.   
    
Bc2.9 Marriage of Soldiers without Leave of Commanding Officer 5 items 1891   
 Correspondence between Ceneral Cameron, Colonol Kelly, Rice Thomas (Chaplain to the Forces) and the Rev.C.H.Gill. Report of the 'Soldiers' carriages' committee.   
 Draft resolutions for Synod by Father Osborne, forbidding clergy to carry non-commissioned officers or privates without pormission from the Commanding Officer.   
 Abstract statement of soldiers' marriages in St.George's Cathedral, Cape Town,1890 Apr.1 - 1891 Apr.   
    
Bc2.10 Minutes S.S.J.E. Chapter 2 items 1907-1913   
 1907 Mission House, Cape Town. 1913   
 St.Cuthbert's, Transkei.   
    
Bc2.11 Various Estimates, Receipts and Plans 15 items 1898-1935   
 Estimates and receipts for St.Columba's Home, addressed to Father Waggett by F.Masey and Sir.H.Baker. Plans and memoranda of St.Cyprian's Ndabeni.   
 Plans of church and school.   
 Plans for enlarging Chapel Street.   
 Article by Father Bull, headed by "A bicentenary grant: St.Cyprian's Ndabeni".   
    
Bc3 G.P.L.TURNER PAPERS 211 items 1888-1968   
    
Bc3.1 Letterbook 1 Vol. 1958-1961   
 Addresses only, with brief notes en contents of letters. Bc3.2 Personal Documents 24 items 1888-1939   
 Baptismal, military and ecclesiastical, including licences, letters of orders,' institution and testimonial, declaration of assent, permission to officiate and deed of consecration.   
    
Bc3.3 MS Retreat Notes 16 items 1963   
 Private notes for retreat condueted by Turner for Edward Carey and Pierre Dil to be made deacons.   
    
Bc3.4 Address Book and Correspondence 26 items 1951-1964   
 Address book, 1963, listing letters sent on each date. Personal correspondence, including letters from Sir Robert and Lady Teresa Alford and Bp.E.M.H.Capper.   
    
Bc3.5 Papers re Election as Bishop of St.Helena 7 items 1939   
 Telegrams, notes and correspondence between Bp.Turner and Wallace M.Brown, Provincial Registrar, Cape Town.   
    
Bc3.6 Arms of the Diocese of St.Helena and Personal Arms 21 items 1949-1951   
 Correspondence with A.R.Wagner, Richmond Herald, College of Arms.   
    
Bc3.7 Genealogical Table of the Turner Family 1 item   
    
Bc3.8 Correspondence with Bp.W.A.Holbech re Dispensations 5 items 1923   
    
Bc3.9 Correspondence, mainly with the Abp. of Cape Town 111 items 1947-1968   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.H.Beardmore   
 Bp.E.M.H.Capper   
 Abp.G.Clayton   
 Abp.J.R.Darbyshire   
 Abp.J.de Blank   
 Abp.C.Fisher(Canterbury)   
 Bp.L.N.Fisher   
 G.A.Joy   
 R.Lindsay   
 B.C.Roberts   
 E.Suls tan   
 Subjects:   
 Isolation of St.Helena and the question of the Bp. needing a holiday,1947.   
 Centenary celebration,1959, and hope for funds from special appeal.   
 Visits by the Abp. of Cape Town 1949 and 1959.   
 Canon C.T.Wood and the prescrvation of the archives. Award of O.B.E. to Bp.Turner in 1959.   
 Bp.Turner's resignation in 1961 and retirement work as priest of St.Michael's Parish, Elgin, and death 1968.   
    
Bc4 C.W.BARNETT CLARKE PAPERS 13 items 1854-1893   
 Ecclesiastical documents: letters of orders, declarations and licences.   
 Letter 1871 Apr.19 from H.Douglas, on behalf of the Bishop of Cape Town, appointing Barnett Clarke Dean of Cape Town. Letter 1871 Aug.7 from the Colonial Secretary, appointing Barnett Clarke Senior Colenial Chaplain.   
    
Bc5 MISCELLANEOUS 4 items 1853-1879   
 Photocopy of letter 1853 Sep.26 from R.Gray, Bp. of Cape Town, offering the parish of Port Elizabeth.   
 Letter 1861 Nov.28, from R.Gray, Bp. of Cape Town to Mr. Currey, supporting his application as Clerk of the Council.   
 Letter 1873 Aug.23 from T.F.Lightfoot to Mr.Currey, re Mrs.Kendrick.   
 Licence, 1879 Jul.30 issued to Frederick Greenwood, to perform ecclesiastical functions in the church at Fraserburg, signed and sealed W.W.Jones, Bp. of Cape Town.   
    
Bc6 LETTERS TO BISHOP GRAY 4 items 1858-1859   
 Correspondents:   
 H.A.Douglas   
 A.Wood Subject:   
 Character and work of the clergy in the Diocese of Cape Town and the need for teachers for the Kafir school.   
    
Bc7 PAPERS OF W.L.CLEMENTSON 18 items 1871-1929   
 Ecclesiastical documents: letters of orders, licences and letters of collation, of appreciation and commendatory.   
 Letter 1873 May 16 from his aunt, of a personal nature.   
 Letter 1915 Jan.13 from his cousin, M.Smith,   
 Letter 1927 Feb.22 from Bp.J.O.Nash, re his health.   
 Letter 1929 May 3 to Mrs.Clementson from Sister Mabille, re her husband's death.   
    
Bc8 RHENISH MISSIONS 7 items 1857-1858   
 MS notes on the negotiations between the Rhenish Society and the C.P.S.A.   
 Letters to the Bp. and Dean of Cape Town Prom Rhenish missionaries.   
 Correspondents:   
 L.F.Esselen   
 Bp.R.Gray   
 C.Zahn   
 Subject:   
 Union between the two churches.   
    
Bc9 LETTERS FROM HENRY CALLAWAY TO BP.R.CRAY 5 items 1881_1882   
 Subjects:   
 Dispute between Callaway and Bp.Colenso over the use of the word 'Unkulunkulu' for Cod.   
 Callaway's reply to Dr.Bleek's charge of 'exciting the spirit of scepticism in the minds of the Kafirs'.   
    
Bc10 ACTS, ORDINANCES 7 items 1845-1891   
 Ordinance No.5,1845, Cape of Cood Hope, for authorising   
 the appointment of a vestry and churchwardens for St.Paul's, Rondebosch.   
 Ordinance No.3,1847, Cape of Good Hope, for authorising   
 the vestry of St.Paul's to raise a sum not exceeding K2110, to enlarge the church.   
 Draft of a Bill,1853, for the bettor government of the church in the colonies.   
 Act No.10,1891, Cape of Cood Hope, to authorise and repeal cortain ordinances, to conduct and management of vestry meetings and other parochial business.   
 Report of the Select' Committee of the English Church Ordinance Repeal Bill,1891.   
    
Bc11 SIR HARRY SMITH'S LETTER 1 item 1847   
 Copy of a letter, 1847 Sep.2, from Sir H.Smith to the Secretary at War, suggesting 3 military chaplains for South Africa.   
    
Bc12 LEWIS & EDWARDS: HISTORICAL NOTES 15 items 1934   
 TS notes, being material collected for the Historical Records   
 of the Church of the Province of South Africa, published London, S.P.C.K.,1934, including a bibliography:   
 Cape Town: Notes on Hoetjes Bay, from 1848 onwards.   
 Lamb's case, extracted from the South African Church Magazine, 1856.   
 Bp.Gray's pastoral letters, from the South African Church Magazine, 1856. Wynberg oaae,1874.   
 Law cases in the South African church, from the Church Chronicle,1883, reprinted from the Cuardian.   
 Grahamstown:Copeman case, from the South African Church Magazine, 1856.   
 Merriman y. Williams, from the Vineyard,1682.   
 Endowment of the see, from the Church Chronicle, 1883.   
 Pretoria: Extracts from the Kingdom, 1911, on the use of the term: English Church.   
 Province: Transmission of church property, from the Church Chronicle,1880.   
 Synod,1883 from the Church Chronicle,1883.   
 Third Proviso from the Vineyard,1884.   
 Synod,1904 from the Anglican,1904.   
 Wirgman: The church in South Africa by A.T.Wirgman.   
    
Bc13 ANGLICAN CHURCH IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 5 items 1851-1857   
 Deed of Trust for the Diocese of Adelaide, undated. Minutes of   
 Proceedings of the Province of Australasia, Sydney, 1850.   
 Proceedings of the Conference of the Diocese of Adelaide, 1852.   
 Constitution for associating together as a Branch of the United Church in the Colony of New Zealand, agreed to at a Conference, Auckland, 1857.   
    
Bc14 LETTER FROM BP.GRAY Undated   
 Draft letter, addressed to 'My Lord Duke', re letters patent, the Colenso case and the appeal to the Crown.   
    
Bc15 LETTER FROM A.T.WIRGMAN TO ABP.W.W.J0NES 1894   
 Letter 1894 Nov.13, concerning Bp.Twells of Bloemfontein.   
    
    
LEGAL 872 items 1848-1958   
    
Ca BOUND VOLS. 6 items 1931-1936   
    
 1. Affidavit. E.H.Day. Trinity Church Case 1932.   
 2. Memoranda & correspondence collected by E.H.Day re Church case 1932-1936.   
 3. Memoranda & correspondence collected by E.H.Day re Church case 1931-1936.   
 4. A.Daintree: 3 lectures on Church of England 1933, speech at Wyrberg,1930.   
 5. Church controversial leaflets 1931-1936.   
 6. Church controversy 1933-1935.   
    
Cb PRINTED LEGAL MEMORANDA (BOUND) 8 items 1862-1936   
    
 1. Bong v. Bp. of Cape Town. Report of Proceedings in Privy Council & Judgment,1862.   
 2. Long v. Bp. of Cape Town. Judgment Privy Council 1863.   
 3. Judgment by Bp.Gray on Colenso, Cape Town, Dec.16,1863.   
 4. In re Colenso. Judgment Privy Council 1865 (Colonial   
 Bishopric Fund Minute 1866).   
 5. Bp. of Natal v. Gladstone. In chancery 1865-1866, pleas and answer.   
 6. Merriman v. Williams. Judgment Supreme Court 1881, pleas and record Privy Council,1882.   
 7. Trinity Church case. Supreme Court's Judgments 1931-1932.   
 8. Bishops court case. Chancery & Supreme Court Judgments 1934, 1936.   
    
Cc PRINTED LEGAL MF770RANDl (UNBOUND) 13 items 1859-1871   
    
Cc1 Long v. Cray. 3 items 1859-1863   
Cc1.1 Case on behalf of Bp. of Cape Town, giving opinion on Letters Patent and that they have no power to confer appellate jurisdiction (MS).   
Cc1.2 Privy Council. On appeal from Supreme Court of Cape of Good Hope.   
Cc1.3 Case for the appellant and case for the respondent,1863.   
    
Cc2 EX PARTE BISHOP OP NATAL 5 items 1863-1865   
Cc2.1 Case on behalf of Bp. of Cape Towa, for the hearing under protest, in the matter of the petition of the Bp. of Natal, Privy Council, June 1864.   
Cc2.2 Ex parte Bp. of Natal petition and supplemental petition to the Queen in council,1864.   
Cc2.3 Case for the appellant and complainant,1864-1865.   
Cc2.4 Judgment of Lords of Judicial Committee of Privy Council upon the petition of the Bp. of Natal,1865.   
Cc2.5 In Chancery Bp. Colenso v. Gladstone, Bill of Complaint, 1865.   
    
Cc3 GRAY V. COLENSO 2 items 1867-1868   
Cc3.1 On appeal from the Supreme Court of the Colony of Natal between Bp.Gray and Bp.Colenso; record of proceedings,1867.   
Cc3.2 MS petition and appeal of Bp.Gray against the award of trusteeship of land and buildings to Bp.Colenso,1868 Apr.7. (Privy Council confirmed the award).   
    
Cc4 RESERVED BILL 3 items 1871   
Cc4.1 Case for the Bp.of Natal.   
Cc4.2 Case for Abp. of Canterbury.   
Cc4.3 Joint appendix.   
    
Cd CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND C.P.S.A. 871 items 1848-1958   
    
Cd1 HISTORICAL NOTES 7 items 1891-1936   
    
Cd1.1 Pamphlet entitled "Church of the Province of South Africa... historical, legal and constitutional position" by C.R. Goodlatte,1891.   
Cd1.2 Extracts from "A father in Cod" by M.Wood,1913.   
Cd1.3 Confidential synopsis of legal and constitutional events,1827-1930.   
Cd1.4 Schedule of particulars of members of the Board of Provincial Trustees,1933.   
Cd1.5-6 Letter and MS notebook of Father Puller, on the constitutional struggle during the first 3 bishops of Cape Town,1931.   
Cd1.7 Extract from the Cape to the Zambesi,1936 Nov., on the constitutional position.   
    
Cd2 BARONESS BURDETT CUTTS 7 items 1872-1934   
    
 Correspondence bstween the Baroness, Covernor of the Cape, Secretary of the S.P.G., the Bp. of Cape Town and the Abp. of Canterbury.   
 The English Churchman No.4781,1934 Aug.16, containing copies of letters by the Baroness to the Abp.of Canterbury, the Prime Minister, Earl Russell, Secretary of the S.P.G., the Governor of the Cape, Chairman of the Church of England Defence Association, Cape Town and an extract from the Baroness' will.   
 Correspondents:   
 Sir H.Barkly(Governor of the Cape)   
 D.Berry   
 W.T.Bullock(Sec.S.P.G.)   
 W.J.Farrer   
 Abp.W.W.Jones   
 Abp.C.T.Longley(Canterbury)   
 Earl Russell   
 H.W.Tucker(Sec.S.P.G.)   
 Subject:   
 Endowment of the see of Cape Town.   
    
Cd3 PAMPHLETS AND PRINTED LETTERS 17 items 1872-1938   
    
Cd3.1 Letters to the Cape Argus as to the right of synod of "The Church of the Province of South Africa" to represent the Church of England at the Cape,1872.   
Cd3.2 The position of the Church of England in South Africa: report of the Proceedings at a special vestry meeting of Trinity Church, Cape Town,1882.   
Cd3.3 A statement respecting a proposed changs in the constitution of the Church of the Province of South Africa, by the Bishop of Cape Town,1883.   
Cd3.4 The Church of England in her relation to other churches, 1892.   
Cd3.5 Case submitted to Counsel in connection with Proposal of the Rev.E.A.Stuart for Union with the Church of the Province of South Africa, together with Counsel's opinion, 1916.   
Cd3.6 The Church of England and the Church of the Province of South Africa; how the latter seceded. By R.A.C.Kearns, Hon.Sec.,Christ Church, (Church of England), Johannesburg, 1913.   
Cd3.7 Question submitted to Counsel from the Archbishop of Cape Town on behalf of the Episcopal Synod of the Church of the Province of South Africa and Counsel's opinion,1914.   
Cd3.8 Why I cannot join the Church of the Province of South Africa: lecture by Rev.Digby Berry, Officiating Minister of Christ Church, Johannesburg, 1916.   
Cd3.9 Evangelical churchmanship in South Africa: its position, principles and claims: the substance of addresses in the Wynberg Town Hall,1930   
Cd3.10 Report of meeting held at Wynberg Town Hall by the United Churches of Holy Trinity, Cape Town, St.Peter's, Mowbray and St.John's Wynberg,1930.   
Cd3.11 To all members of the Church of England concerned: letter by R.A.St.Leger, George,1933 Nov.28.   
Cd3.12 An open letter addressed to the Rev.P.G.J.Meiring, editor of De Kerkbode, by the Rev.Father Bull,S.S.J.E. coneerning a leaflet published by the Church of England Defence Association and entitled "As others see us",1933.   
Cd3.13 The Church of England Defence Association in South Africa: a call to action,1934.   
Cd3.14 An interesting correspondence which recently appeared in the columns of the Cape Times in connection with the church dispute in South Africa,1935.   
Cd3.15 The legal development of the Church of the Province of South Africa: judgments of the English and South African Courts in the cases of Bishopscourt,1934-1936.   
Cd3.16 The Church of England in South Africa: its claims for a bishop and its repudiation of the recent charge of schism made by the Archbishop of Canterbury,1939.   
Cd3.17 Printed list of law suits in South Africa.   
    
Cd4 HOLY TRINITY CASE 51 items 1865-1932   
    
 Legal docurments: counsel's opinions, affidavits, annexures and judgments.   
 Schedule of church properties in Cape Town and suburbs made in favour of the Bp.of Cape Town.   
 Memorandum on High Church practices by E.H.Day.   
 Pamphlet: a statement of fact connected with the history of Trinity Church, Cape Town,1885.   
 Correspondence between the Archbishops of Cape Tows and Canterbury, C.P.S.A. officials and cleric/ and Church of England clergy.   
 Momoranda re the case of the Churchwardens of St.John's Wynberg, Trinity Church, Cape Town and St.Peter's Mowbray y. the Diocesan Trustees, Registrar of Doer's, the Arch-bishop, Dean and Archdeacon of Cape Town,1931.   
 Correspondents:   
 W.M.Brown   
 Abp.C.C.Lang(Canterbury)   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 D.C.Mflls   
 C.W.A.Coulter   
 Abp.F.R.Pnelps   
 A.Daintree   
 C.Stallard   
 H.T.A.Dashwood   
 D.Tennant   
 E.H.Day   
 Subject:   
 The division between the Church of England in South Africa and the C.P.S.A. and the unwillingness of the Holy Trinity Church, Cap? Town, St.John's Wynberg and St.Peter's Mowbray to accept the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Cape Town.   
    
Cd5 RECONCILIATION CONFERENCES 69 items 1931-1935   
    
 Correspondence between the Bishops and clergy of the C.P.S.A. and the clergy of the Church of England in South Africa. Memoranda on meetings, suggested settlements and amendments giving opinions of the proposed settlement by the Bishops of the Province and others including Father H.P.Bull and Dr.H.Day.   
 Acts and resolutions of the 29th Synod, Diocese of Cape Town, 1933, in which the Archbishop's charge describes the agreement.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.O.A.W.Aylen   
 A.Bisset   
 H.P.Bull   
 Bp.W. J .Carey   
 A.Daintree   
 E.H.Day   
 Bp.E.H.Etheridge   
 Bp.L.N.Fisher   
 Bp.T.S.Gibson   
 Bp.S.W.Lavis   
 Sir Hugh Leyick   
 D.G.Mills   
 Bp.E.P.Paget   
 Bp.W.Parker   
 Bp.B.W.Peacey   
 Bp.F.B.Phelps   
 W.E.Ranby   
 F.Reid   
 R.P.Rogers   
 J.Sharwood   
 Bp.H.B.Sidwell   
 Sir H.Stanley   
 Bp.N.Talbot.   
 Subject:   
 Reconciliation between the C.P.S.A. and the Church of England in South Africa, giving events before, during and after the "Silver Trees" Conference of 1935.   
    
Cd6 CORRESPONDENCE MAINLY ABP.OF CAPE TOWN AND ABP. OF CANTERBURY 64 items 1930-1934   
    
 Correspondents:   
 N.Bennet   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 Bp.G.Clayton   
 Abp.C.G.Lang(Canterbury)   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 W.E.Ranby   
 J.Sharwood   
 E.Waddington   
 W.R.Way   
 Subjects:   
 Constitutional position of the C.P.S.A. and reconciliation between the C.P.S.A. and the Church of England in South Africa. Interview in 1934 between W.E.Ranby and the Abp. of Canter-bury during which the appointment of a bishop for the Church of England in South Africa and the full recognition of the C.P.S.A. as being the representative of the Church of England was discussed.   
    
Cd7 VISIT OF THE BISHOP OF WINCHESTER 13 items 1934-1935   
    
 Memoranda of interviews between the Bp.of Winchester and Church of England representatives in the Cape and the Transvaal,1933-1934.   
 Sermon preached at Cape Town by the Bp.of Winchester,1935 Jan.22.   
 Correspondence mainly between the Bp.of Winchester, Church   
 of England clergy, the Archbishops of Cape Town and Canterbury.   
 Correspondents:   
 A.W.Bisset   
 R.W.Colly   
 C.W.A.Coulter   
 A.Daintree   
 Bp.C.F.Garbett(Winchester)   
 Abp.C.G.Lang(Canterbury)   
 E.W.Lasbrey   
 Bp.S.W.Lavis   
 D.G.Mills   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 A.S.Reeve   
 E.Waddington   
 Subject:   
 Reconciliation between the C.P.S.A. and the Church of England in South Africa.   
    
Cd8 BISHOPSCOURT CASE 67 items 1930-1937   
    
Cd8.1 Judgments 6 items 19333-1936   
 1933 Nov.16 Supreme Court, Mr.Justice Watermeyer in the matter between D.G.Mills and others (plaintiffs) and the Registrar of Deeds, D.Tennant and Abp.F.R.Phelps (defendants) 1934 Jul.25,26 & 31. High Court of Justice-Chancery Division, Mr.Justice Luxnoor, re the Colonial Bishoprics Fund and re the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1925.   
 1936 Jun.23, Supreme Court, Mr.Justice Watermeyer, in the matter between D.G.Mills and others and the Registrar of Deeds and others.   
    
Cd8.2 Counsel's Opinions 9 items 1930-1935   
 Memoranda giving legal opinions.   
 Correspondence between the Abp. and Chancellor of Cape Town, the Secretary of the Colonial Bishoprics Fund and lawyers.   
 Correspondents:   
 C.W.A.Coulter   
 Davis & Reid   
 F.H.L.Errington   
 Lee Bolton & Lee   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 F.Reid   
 S.Waddy   
    
Cd8.3 Legal Correspondence 9 items 1932-1933   
 Correspondence between Lee Bolton & Lee acting for the Colonial Bishoprics Fund and Coulter & Co. for the C.P.S.A.   
    
Cd8.4 Pleas in the Supreme Court of South Africa 4 items 1932   
 1932 Nov.11 Plaintiff's declaration, signed: D.M.Buchanan & T.Reay.   
 1936 Personal position of Abp. of Cape Town, F.R.Phelps.   
 1936 Mar.20 Preliminary advice on evidence, sgd.F.Reid and G.Duncan.   
 1936 Heads of arguments.   
    
Cd8.5 Correspondence 23 items 1931-1936   
 Correspondents:   
 Abp.W.M.Carter   
 C.A.W.Coulter   
 R.P.Davis   
 E.H.Day   
 E.H.Etheridge   
 G.D.Heath   
 B.J.Kidd   
 Abp.C.G.Lang(Canterbury)   
 Bp.S.W.Lavis   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 Bp.M.B.Purse(St.Albans)   
 W.E.Ranby   
 F.Reid   
    
Cd8.6 MS notebook 1 item 1936 May 5-Jun.3   
 Rough notebook kept during the Bishopscourt case by C.T. Wood.   
    
Cd8.7 Articles and Reviews on the Judgment 4 items 1936-1937   
 1936 Sep. The Commonwealth article by A.Pierce Jones entitled 'The litigation concerning the Church in South Africa'.   
 1936 Nov. Cape to the Zambesi: article by C.T.Wood entitled 'A great vindication'.   
 1936 Dec. The Church of England Messenger: review of 'The legal development of the Church of the Province of South Africa'.   
 1937 Aug.13. The Church Standard: article by D.H.McKillop entitled 'The legal development of the Church of the Province of South Africa'.   
    
Cd8.8 Printed Exhibits 9 items 1906-1934   
 1906 Case submitted to counsel in connection with Proposal of the Rev.E.A.Stuart for Union with the C.P.S.A., together with counsel's opinion.   
 1925 Holy sacrifice: 2 editions.   
 1929 Constitution and canons.   
 1931 Kimberley & Kuruman Diocesan Magazine.   
 1931 Acts & Constitutions of 28th Synod of the Diocese of Cape Town.   
 1933 Acts and Constitutions of 29th Synod of the Diocese of Cape Town.   
 1933 Oxford movement centenary: 5th Anglo-Catholic Congress. 1934 Churchman's handbook.   
 1934 Manual of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament.   
    
Cd8.9 Statement to Diocesan Synod 1 item 1937   
 Re Bishopscourt.   
    
Cd9 REV.BRANDON LAIGHT 26 items 1931-1936   
    
 Correspondence between the Bishops and clergy of the C.P.S.A., clergy of the Church of England in South Africa, the Abp. of Canterbury and the Bp.of St.Edmundsbury & Ipswich.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.G.Clayton   
 Bp.L.N.Fisher   
 H. Harris   
 B.Laight   
 Abp.C.G.Lang(Canterbury)   
 Bp.W.Parker   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 Bp.H.B.Sidwell   
 Bp.J.T.Smith   
 Bp.W.G.Whittingham(St.Edmundsbury & Ipswich   
 Subjects:   
 Confirmations at Christ Church, Addington, the last Colenso church in Natal.   
 Question of B.Laight, Church of England clergyman in South Africa, being allowed to take a benefice in England. Status of W.E.Coates, Church of England minister at St. Paul's,Kenilworth.   
    
Cd10 CONFIRMATIONS 60 items 1931-1936   
    
 Correspondence between the Bishops and clergy of the C.P.S.A. Church of England clergy in South Africa, Bishops of Tanganyika and 'Cm the Niger' and the Abp.of Canterbury. Registrar's opinion of Act IX of 1891.   
 Correspondents:   
 Bp.A.H.H.Browne   
 H.P.Bull   
 Bp.G.A.Chambers(Tanganyika)   
 Abp.G.Clayton   
 Bp.A.H.Cullen   
 A.Daintree   
 S.J.Haynee   
 Abp.C.G.Lang(Canterbury)   
 Bp.B.Lasbrey(Bp.on the Niger)   
 E.W.Lasbrey   
 S.W.Lavis   
 Bp.W.Parker   
 Bp.B.W.Peacey   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 Bp.H.B.Sidwell   
 D.Tennant   
 E.Waddington   
 Bp.C.C.Watte   
 Subjects:   
 Proposed visit of Bp.Chambers of Central Tanganyika during which he would conduct confirmations at St.John's Wynberg.   
 Visit of the Bp. on the Niger during which he would perform episcopal ministrations at St.John's Wynberg, St.Peter's Mowbray and Holy Trinity Church.   
 Church dispute between the C.P.S.A. and the Church of England in South Africa.   
    
Cd11 MISCELLANEOUS RE LEGAL CONTROVERSY 16 items 1930-1935   
    
Cd11.1 Correspondence between the Abp. of Cape Town and the Abp. of Canterbury 4 items 1935   
 Re oath of obedience to be taken by the Rev.E.Waddington, Church of England minister.   
    
Cd11.2 Petition to King George V 2 items 1930   
 List of grievances from congregations of the Church of England.   
    
Cd11.3 Judge Tatham 2 items 1931   
 Memorandum on church litigation.   
 Letter to the Church of England Defence Association.   
    
Cd11.4. Correspondence between Abp.Phelps of Cape Town and D.Buchanan 3 items 1932   
 Reconciliation between the C.P.S.A. and Church of England in South Africa.   
    
Cd11.5 Correspondence Abp.Lang of Canterbury and F.W.Gilpin 5 items 1935   
 Re the concordat attempt to bring peace to the Anglican Church in South Africa.   
    
Cd12 COMMISSION EVIDENCE 7 items 1935   
 In the Supreme Court of South Africa (Cape of Good Hope Provincial Division). Between D.G.Mills and others, plaintiffs, and D.Tennant and others, defendants. Evidence taken on commission before me, C.J.Ingram,K.C. at Church House, Westminster, London on 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 25th, 28th and 29th November 1935.   
    
Cd13 DOCUMENTS RE COLONIAL BISHOPRICS FUND 13 items 1848-1933   
    
Cd13.1 Extract from the Register of Archbishop Howley, certified a true copy by H.T.A.Dashwood, Principal Registrar of the Archiepiscopal see of Canterbury. Howley - fol.575 re Cape Town - Letters Patent,1848.   
Cd13.2 Government notice No.36 re Letters Patent,1854 Feb14.   
Cd13.3 Correspondence relative to colonial bishoprics. London, H.M.S.O.,1866.   
Cd13.4 Memorandum: Bishopric of Cape Town. Signed H.W.T[ucker],Sec. S.P.G.1883(?)   
Cd13.5 Correspondence 1923-1930 between W.E.Conet, Clerk to the Council, W.E.Ranby, the Registrar of Deeds, Cape Town and D.Tennant.   
Cd13.6 Rules for the administration of the Colonial Bishoprics Fund,1930 Dec.11.   
Cd13.7 Certificate of Incorporation by Charity Commission of the Fund,1931 Jun.5.   
Cd13.8 Consent by the Trustees of the Colonial Bishopric Fund to the rectification of the title of the Bishopscourt Estate in the Register of Deeds, Cape Town,1931 Dec.7.   
Cd13.9 Deed of Revocation and Declaration of New Trustees re the Cape Town Bishopric Endowment Fund,1932 Dec.19.   
Cd13.10 Certificate re the Colonial Bishoprics Fund,1932 Dec.19.   
Cd13.11 Deed Poll supplemental to the Deed Poll of 19th December 1932 re the Colonial Bishoprics Fund,1933 Jun.23.   
Cd13.12 Certificate re the Colonial Bishoprics Fund by Rev.P.S. Waddy,1933 Jun.23.   
Cd13.13 In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Westminster. Affidavit by P.S.Waddy in the matter of the CHARITY called or known as THE COLONIAL BISHOPRICS FUND founded in the year 1841 and in the matter of the CHARITABLE TRUSTS ACT 1853 to 1925, 1933.   
    
Cd14 OATH FORMS 11 items 1915-1937   
 Various trial oath forms and declarations of licence for the Rev.A.Daintree, but not in fact issued.   
 Oath of canonical obedience for L.N.Green, E.W.Lasbrey and C.E.Sampson   
    
Cd15 POST JUDGMENT NEGOTIATIONS 74 items 1936-1938   
    
 Correpondence between the Abp.of Cape Town, Bishops and clergy of the C.P.S.A., Dean of the Province, Chancellor of the Diocese of Cape Town, clergy and churchwardens of the Church of England, the Abp. of Canterbury and lawyers.   
 Memorandum of a private conversation with the Rev.E.W. Lasbrey, followed by one with him and his curates,1936. The Church of England in South Africa: some plain questions and facts compiled by certain members of St.Peter's congregation for consideration at a church meeting,1937. Constitution of the Church of England in South Africa,1938. Notes on the position of St.Peter's Church, Mowbray,1938.   
 Correspondents:   
 H.P.Bull   
 Abp.G.Clayton   
 Bp.A.B.Cullen   
 A.Daintree   
 Abp.J.R.Darbyshire   
 A.C.Don   
 A.Ewbank   
 Bp.L.N.Fisher   
 F.W.Gilpin   
 Abp.C.G.Lang(Canterbury)   
 E.W.Lasbrey   
 S.W.Lavis   
 D.G.Mills   
 R.F.Nash   
 Bp.E.F.Paget   
 Abp.F.R.Phelps   
 F.Reid   
 P.D.Reynolds   
 A.R.Sage   
 J.C.Silberbauer   
 F.Van der Byl   
 H.G.Willmot   
 Subjects:   
 Attempt by Abp.Phelps to reconcile the remaining Church of England clergy. At a meeting with representatives of Wynberg and Mowbray parishes,1936, proposals were put forward for an agreement. Abp.Phelps offered to confirm and license as "Bishop of the Anglican Communion" but the question remained of whether clergy could be licensed without reference to the Constitution and Canons. Clergy of the Church of England remained obdurate in requesting the Abp.of Canterbury for their own bishop.   
    
Cd16 CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN SOUTH AFRICA 351 items 1907-1957   
    
Cd16.1 Patronage Committee 2 items 1907-1908   
 Minutes and report of the Committee appointed by Synod to consider the question of patronage.   
    
Cd16.2 Secession of the C.P.S.A. from the Church of England 7 items 1945   
 Correspondence and articles in the Church Standard.   
    
Cd16.3 Memorandum by the Ven.R.S.Ripwell, Archdeacon of Meath 1 item undated   
 'The Anglican communion in South Africa'. 4p. TS.   
    
Cd16.4 Controversy between C.P.S.A. and Church of England 40 items 1953-1955   
 Press clippings on the dispute.   
 Pamphlets: The recent law suit: some points that perplex by E.H.Day.   
 Pastoral letter from Abp.F.R.Phelps of Cape Town. Church of England, Holy Trinity, Cape Town: centenary services 1846-1946.   
 Bishop Gray by Phyllis Churns.   
 TS report of lecture on 'The Church of England - protestant and reformed' by D.G.Mills,1946.   
 Wynberg Parish Magazine, v.13, No.5,1939.   
 Correspondence between B.Laight (Church of England), Abp. C.G.Lang(Canterbury), D.G.Mills(Registrar of Church of England) and C.T.Wood,Archdeacon of Bloemfontein.   
    
Cd16.5 Church of England it South Africa 43 items 1934-1952   
 Pamphlets, prose clippings, memoranda and MS notebook.   
 Correspondence between the Abps. of Cape Town and Canterbury, Bishops of the C.P.S.A., clergy and officials of the Church of England in South Africa and editors of newspapers.   
 Correspondents:   
 G.D.Abernethy   
 N.Bennet   
 A.V.C. Bisset   
 T.Buisinne   
 A.R.Callum   
 K.A.Chaffey   
 Abp.G.Clayton   
 Abp.J.R.Darbyshire   
 J.A.de Smidt   
 A.Ewbank   
 Abp. G. F. Fisher (Canterbury)   
 Bp.L.N.Fisher   
 Bp.C.F.Garbett(Winchester)   
 Bp.F.Houghton(Western China)   
 B.Laight   
 Abp. C .G. Lang(Canterbury)   
 E.W.Lasbrey   
 Bp.S.W.Lavis   
 A.S.Reeve   
 Bp.H.B.Sidwell   
 Bp.J.T.Smith   
 Abp.W.Temple(Canterbury)   
 R.F.Yates   
 Subjects:   
 Consecration of Bp.Clayton of Johannesburg by the Abp. of Canterbury.   
 Natal dispute over refusal of the Bishop to allow a visiting bishop, J.T.Smith, to confirm at Christ Church Addington and St.Mary's Native Church, Maritzburg. Question of confirmations in Transvaal and the Cape by visiting bishops.   
    
Cd16.6 Church of England in South Africa 160 items 1933-1957   
 Pamphlets, press clippings, memoranda and legal opinions. Correspondence between the Abps.of Cape Town and Canterbury, Bishops of the C.P.S.A., overseas bishops and clergy of the Church of England in South Africa.   
 Copy of the Deed of Agreement between Holy Trinity Church, Bramley and the Bp.of Johannesburg,1954.   
 Copy of the Memorandum of Agreement between Christ Church Addington, Durban and the Bp. of Natal,1955.   
 Correspondents:   
 S. Bradley   
 K.A.Chaffey   
 Bp.C.M.Chavasse(Rochester)   
 Abp.G.Clayton   
 Bp.A.H.Cullen   
 A.Daintree   
 Abp.J.R.Darbyshire   
 L.A.Davis   
 R.W.D.Dewing   
 Abp.G.F.Fisher(Canterbury)   
 Bp.L.N.Fisher   
 R.K.Frost   
 H.L.Gwyer   
 J.P.Eickinbotham   
 Bp.T.G.V.Inman   
 E.G.Jay   
 E.W.Lasbrey   
 W.A.Molyneux   
 Abp.H.W.K.Mowll(Sydney)   
 M.Nash   
 M.Nye   
 T.W.Oakes   
 Bp.E.F.Paget   
 Bp.W.Parker   
 Abp.F.R.Phslps   
 Bp.A.Reeves   
 W.H.Rowdon   
 I.Shevill   
 Bp.M.L.Saith(Rochester)   
 Bp.R.S.Taylor   
 E.Waddington   
 S.G.Wakeling   
 H.C.Willmot   
 Subjects:   
 Concordat of 1933 between the C.P.S.A. and the Church   
 of England in South Africa and the attempts to reconcile the Church of England congregations.   
 Efforts of the Church of England in South Africa to gain support and clergy from Australia.   
 Appointment of Professor Hickinbotham to advise parishes of Mowbray and Wynberg how to solve their differences with the C.P.S.A.,1953.   
 Negotiations with Holy Trinity Church Bramley, leading to an agreement in 1954 between the church and the Bp. of Johannesburg, 1954.   
 Election of Ep.G.F.B.Morris as their bishop by the Church of England,1955.   
 Agreement between Christ Church Addington and Bp.Inman of Natal, whereby Christ Church entered into a working agreement with the C.P.S.A.,1955, but in 1957 there is still discord within Christ Church.   
    
Cd16.7 Confirmations 98 items 1933-1948   
 Pamphlets, press clippings, memoranda   
 Correspondence between the Abps. of Cape Town and Canterbury, Bishops and clergy of the C.P.S.A., overseas bishops and Church of England in South Africa.   
 Correspondents:   
 J.C.H.Brooke   
 Bp.C.A.Chambers(Tanganyika)   
 Abp.G.Clayton   
 Abp.J.R.Darbyshire   
 E.H.Day   
 A.Ewbank   
 Abp.G.F.Fisher(Canterbury)   
 Bp.L.N.Fisher   
 Abp.C.F.Garbett(York)   
 M.Gibbs   
 Bp.E.L.Gwyer   
 Bp.F.Houghton.   
 Abp.C.G.Lang   
 J.le Nosurier   
 D.C.Mills   
 Abp.H.W.K.Mowil(Sydney)   
 Bp.W.Parker   
 R.F.Pearce   
 Bp.A.W.T.Perowne(Worcester)   
 Abp.F.R.Phe]ps   
 W.E.Ranby   
 C.D.Robinson   
 C.H.S.Runge   
 Bp.C.L.Saul   
 T.W.Stainton   
 E.W.Lasbrey   
 Abp.W.Temple(Canterbury)   
 W.R.Way   
 Subjects:   
 Confirmations in Church of England churches in Cape Town, Natal and Transvaal.   
 Entries in Crockford for N.Bennet, E.W.Lasbrey and E. Waddington, describing them ac Church of England in South Africa,1939.   
 Appointment of Rev.A.Ewbank as Vicar-General by Church of England Synod,1939.   
 Refusal by the Abp. of Canterbury of a request to consecrate a bishop for Church of England in South Africa,1939. Ordination of 2 black clergy from the Diocese of Natal by Bp.Chambers of Central Tanganyika, for the Church of England in South Africa,1943.   
 Efforts by Church of England in South Africa to enter missionary field in Basutoland,1944.   
 Possible division of the Diocese of Johannesburg on racial lines,1947.   
 Confirmations by Abp.Mowll of Sydney at Holy Trinity Church, Cape Town and by Bp.Houghton, Western China, in Transvaal and Natal,1948.   
    
Cd17 CHURCH OF ENGLAND VARIOUS SERVICES 10 items 19051958   
Cd17.1 Thanksgiving Southwark Cathedral,1905.   
Cd17.2 Consecration of the Chapel of St.Mary & St.Nicolas,Lancing, 1911.   
Cd17.3 Consecration of Cathedral Church of Christ, Liverpoo1,1924.   
Cd17.4 Enthronement of William, Lord Abp. of York,1929.   
Cd17.5 Holy Communion St.Paul's Cathedral,1930.   
Cd17.6 Thanksgiving Service at St.Paul's Cathedral for 25 years of King George V's reign,1935.   
Cd17.7 Dedication of Chapel. Lambeth Palace,1955.   
Cd17.8 Rededication of Church of St.Bride, London,1957.   
Cd17.9 Order of Service for Lambeth Conference,1958, at St.Paul's Cathedral.   
Cd17.10 Holy Eucharist at the close of Lambeth Conference,1958, Westminster Abbey.   
    
Cd18 PRESS CLIPPINGS 9 items 1937-1938   
 From the Cape Times and Cane Argun, on the dispute between the C.P.S.A. and Church of England in South Africa.