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Parochial libraries of the Church of England

Parochial libraries of the Church of England

report of a committee appointed by the Central Council for the Care of Churches to investigate the number and condition of Parochial libraries belonging to the Church of England, with an historical introduction notes on early printed books and their care and an alphabetical list of Parochial libraries past and present.

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The Parochial libraries of the Church of England: report of a committee appointed by the Central Council for the Care of Churches to investigate the number and condition of parochial libraries belonging to the Church of England: with an historical introduction, notes on early printed books and their care, and an alphabetical list of parochial libraries past and present.

A directory of parochial libraries of the Church of England and the Church in Wales, past and present, founded up to c, together with a broad sample of desk-libraries, accompanied by an updated historical introduction, tables by date and county, appendices of MS and printed documents, expanded catalogues of libraries, recommendations on care, and summaries of reports on parochial libraries.

Synopsis. Because of the unauthorized sale, loss, or deteriorating condition of parochial libraries in the s and s, a postal survey of surviving collections was undertaken which resulted in a detailed report and directory finally published under the general editorship of Neil Ker as The Parochial Libraries of the Church of England: Report Reviews: 1.

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Limited edition of Published in conjunction with the College of the Faith. Foreward by Archbishop of Canterbury. Historical introduction. Alphabetical list of parochial libraries.

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Responsibility: first edited by Neil Ker. More information: Table of contents; Contributor biographical information. Whilst Parochial Church Councils (PCCs) are charities, they are governed by two pieces of Church of England legislation, called Measures. These are: The Parochial Church Councils (Powers) Measure as amended.

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