Archibald Campbell Tait

Standard Name: Tait, Archibald Campbell


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Cultural formation Elizabeth Charles
EC knew many leaders of Victorian religious thought, including Archibald Tait (Archbishop of Canterbury), writer and cleric Charles Kingsley , and Edward Pusey , the central figure of the Oxford Movement. The legacy of...
Literary responses Anne Manning
It called them spurious antiques
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder.
, as if AM had intended actual deception. She had meanwhile, however, secured endorsement of her historical accuracy from eminent churchmen, both Anglican and Roman Catholic: Archbishop Tait and Cardinal Manning
Textual Production Catherine Marsh
The book includes frequent letters to and from Marsh's sisters as well as her close friend Caroline Maitland . She also kept a regular correspondence with Florence Nightingale , Hedley Vicars , the Archbishop of Canterbury


18 July 1862: The Bishop of London, Archibald Campbell...

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18 July 1862

The Bishop of London, Archibald Campbell Tait , set apartElizabeth Ferard to be a deaconess in the Anglican Church , and to head an Order of Deaconesses, even though no such order as yet officially existed.


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