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Correspondence sent to Edward Coleridge

  • AU AU-MTC 033/1
  • Series
  • 1836-1854

Many of the letters discuss political affairs. Rev. Edward Coleridge was a master at Eton College, Windsor, England.

Coleridge, Edward

J. William Jones to Edward Coleridge, 22nd April 1845

Report on colonial affairs including disturbances in Tasmania when Rev. Dr. Willson, head of the Roman Catholic Church in Tasmania, assumed the title of Bishop of Hobart Town and thus infringed upon the rights of the Bishop of Tasmania. Reports on the Diocese of Australia including near completion of the building of Christ Church, the completion of two school houses and the establishment of a Church of England Lay Association.

J. William Jones to Edward Coleridge, 26th October 1844

Account of the church and ecclesiastical matters in general in the colony including government support from Legislative Council to the Church of England. Reports on new sect called the Australian New Methodists, the fact that the Church of England is not acknowledged as being higher than the other churches in the Colony and the issue of General Education.

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