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A letter to the Hon. and Rev. George Spencer on the Oxford Movement in the United States

A letter to the Hon. and Rev. George Spencer on the Oxford Movement in the United States

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Published by Casserly & Sons in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Episcopal Church -- Controversial literature.,
  • Oxford movement.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1982. 1 sheet ; 11 x 15 cm. (Pamphlets in American history : Catholicism and anti-Catholicism ; CA 83)

    Statementby Americo-Catholicus.
    SeriesPamphlets in American history -- CA 83.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18059559M

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Ignatius in St. Joseph's Church, Highgate, London. He was the youngest son of the second Earl Spencer and Lavinia, daughter of Sir Charles Bingham. From Eton he went to Trinity College, Cambridge, received Anglican orders, 13 June,and became chaplain to Bishop Blomfield of Chester, and shortly afterwards rector of Brington, Northamptonshire.

Father Ignatius of St Paul ( ), born as Hon. George Spencer, was a son of the 2nd Earl Spencer. He converted from Anglicanism to the Roman Catholic Church and entered the Passionist Order in and spent his life working for the&#.

There’s a copy of Spencer’s Letters inside the capstone of the Salt Lake Temple; it was written by Orson Spencer, a former Baptist minister who became President of the British Mission, mayor-elect of Nauvoo, and the first chancellor of the University of ally published in book form in after it was exhausted in tract form, I’ve also seen editions from, The letter of General Joseph Spencer to President George Washington and the Continental Congress.

Dated: Providence Dec 20th Sir: Permit me to Lay before Your Honor, & the Honorable Congress a further Account of the difficulties, that have attended the support of this Army, and that still subsist here relative thereto — when I Arrived here the 1st of January last, and untill some time.