Church Historical Society

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Mandell Creighton (1843—1901) bishop of London and historian

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REID, G. R. S. (1871 - 1964), Moderator-General of Presbyterian Church of Australia, 1933–36; Member of Australian Historical Society

J. C. S. Mason. The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England 1760–1800. (Royal Historical Society Studies in History New Series, number 21.) Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell, for the Royal Historical Society, London. 2001. Pp. xv, 229. $75.00

“Side by Side in a Small Country”: Bishop John Frederick MacNeice and Ireland. By Christopher Fauske. Dublin: Church of Ireland Historical Society, 2004. np.

PEEL, Albert (1887 - 1949), Editor, (1922–45) of The Congregational Quarterly and of the Transactions of the Congregational Historical Society; joint-editor of the Congregational Church Monthly; Chairman Congregational Union of England and Wales, 1940–41

Arto Luukkanen. The Religious Policy of the Stalinist State: A Case Study; The Central Standing Commission on Religious Questions, 1929–1938. (Studia Historica, number 57.) Helsinki: Suomen Historiallinen Seura. 1997. Pp. 214 and Jouko Talonen. Church under the Pressure of Stalinism: The Development of the Status and Activities of the Soviet Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church during 1944–1950. (Studia Historica Septentrionalia, number 25.) Linnanmaa: Historical Society of North Finland. 1997. Pp. xviii, 376

MANN, James Gow (1897 - 1962), Surveyor of the Queen’s Works of Art since 1952 (of King George VI’s Works of Art, 1946–52); Master of the Armouries, The Tower of London, since 1939; Director of the Wallace Collection since 1936; Hon. Vice-President of the Society of Antiquaries (Director 1944–49, President 1949–54); Chairman, National Buildings Record; Member: Advisory Cttee, Royal Mint; Archbishop’s Historic Churches Preservation Trust; Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England); Historic Buildings Council for England; a Trustee, College of Arms; a Governor of the National Army Museum


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A society founded in 1894 (under the presidency of Mandell Creighton, Bp. of London) for the diffusion of historical knowledge esp. in so far as it affected the authority and ...

Subjects: Christianity.

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