Catholic Devotion in Victorian England

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I. PRIMARY SOURCES

A. Manuscript
Archives of the Church of St Peter and All Souls, Geneva Street, Peterborough Boxes 1-33; 3: "All Souls Mission Log Book", i ( 11 Dec. 1896-31 Dec. 1910), incl. photograph of First Communion group, 2 Apr. 1899; 13: "Canon Moser's Intentions" book; 17: "Conference of St Wilfrid. Minute Book", 1908; 19: "Copy Letter Book" 1891-1914; inserts: "Holy Family", "Chapel", Letters 1880-91; 24: photographs of high altar Christmas decorations 1910, "Red Mount" procession to King's Lynn, 17 May 1913, high altar pre-1914; 26: letters 1900-12; 31: letters 1891, "Decorations for All Souls Church"; "All Souls Stations of the Cross [correspondence and draft drawings] 1912"; "Miscellaneous".
Birkenhead Central Library, Metropolitan Borough of Wirral

Papers of Sir William Jackson (Archive class YJA), Jackson to G. Clive; H. Segar to Jackson (concerning "Garibaldi Riots" of 1862).

Birmingham Archdiocesan Archives, Cathedral House, St Chad's, Birmingham "St Chad's Cathedral Records", nos. 13 ( 29 Sept. 1850-31 Dec. 1880), 14 ( 12 Jan. 1874-29 May 1895); "Notice Books" of St Peter's, Broad St, 29 Sept. 1889-8 May 1898; 3 Mar. 1889-30 Oct. 1892; 12 Jan. 1908-2 Apr. 1911; 10 Mar. 1901-29 Dec. 1907; "St Chad's Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament", Altar Society Minute Book, 14 Nov. 1867-11 Nov. 1895.
Centre for North-West Regional Studies, University of Lancaster Oral History Archives, transcripts of interviews with Mr S. 4. P ( Sept. 1979), RSC/79/290/291/312 and Miss T. 2. B. ( Apr. and June 1975), RSC/75/147; RSC/75/153.
Clifton Diocesan Archives, St Bristol, Bristol Clifford papers: Letters to Clifford 1854-74: from Errington, 13 Dec. 1855, 9 Jan. 1856; Newman, 4 Mar. 1858; Turner, 15 Aug. 1862; Neve, 13 Feb. 1864.
Letter Book no. 3 ( 4 Nov. 1892-16 July 1866).
Dorset County Record Office, Dorchester Weld of Chideock MSS, C15: Clifford to Weld; C4o: Manning to Weld; C44: Lady Petre to Weld; D 16: F26: "Authentication of relics belonging to the Weld family of Chideock, 1836-1881", "Affiliation of Charles Weld to Carmelite Order, 1848", "Petitions for Plenary Indulgences", 1858 and? 1868, "Indulgence, Chideock, 1869"; F34: "Commander E. F. Weld, R.N. papers", incl. devotional c. 1864; L 15: "Description of Chideock Church 1880". Weld of Lulworth Castle MSS, D/10: C259: "E. J. Weld to Fr Thomas Seed, 1864"; C290: "J. B. Rowe to Joseph Weld II, 1857".

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents *
  • I - Received Ideas 1
  • 2 - Devotions in Common 38
  • 3 - Familiar Prayers 70
  • 4 - A Community Apart 100
  • 5 - An English Piety 137
  • Appendix - Devotional Statistics of the Churches, Chapels, and Stations in England and Wales 174
  • Bibliography 201
  • Index 233
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