CHURCH, R.W. (RICHARD WILLIAM), 1815-1890.
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 175
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CITATION: R.W. Church Collection, MSS 175, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
Richard William Church was an Anglican clergyman and the Dean of St. Paul's, London. He was also involved in the Oxford Movement.
This collection consists of two letters from R.W. Church to a Mr. Kempe,
possibly John Edward Kempe. The first was written on January 10,
1877. In the letter Church gives Kempe conditional acceptance for
giving a lecture. He also recommends Holland, possibly Henry Scott
Holland, of Christ Church for giving or hosting a lecture, stating that
"I think he will be brilliant." In the second letter dated January 12,
1877, Church states that he cannot give a lecture.