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Henry Edward Manning papers, 1826-1901.

Author: Henry Edward ManningHenry Brougham Brougham and Vaux, BaronW E GladstoneCharles KentCharles MerivaleAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The correspondence provides insights into Manning's personal relations and his clerical relations with his followers. The largest part of the collection consists of Manning's own literary works. The sermons written by Manning during his Anglican period cover almost every book of the Old and New Testament. The sermon and meditation notes made during his Catholic years start in 1851, two years after his conversion
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Named Person: Charles Borromeo, Saint; Mary, Blessed Virgin Saint.; Nicholas Patrick Wiseman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Edward Manning; Henry Brougham Brougham and Vaux, Baron; W E Gladstone; Charles Kent; Charles Merivale; Wilfrid Meynell; Florence Nightingale; Coventry Patmore; Mary Patmore; Charles Walker
OCLC Number: 122654198
Description: 12 cubic ft. (2 letter-size archives boxes, 1 legal size archives box, 2 half-size legal archives box, 8 record center cartons, and 3 oversize boxes)
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The correspondence provides insights into Manning's personal relations and his clerical relations with his followers. The largest part of the collection consists of Manning's own literary works. The sermons written by Manning during his Anglican period cover almost every book of the Old and New Testament. The sermon and meditation notes made during his Catholic years start in 1851, two years after his conversion and continue until 1889, two and half years before his death. Here is documented the evolution, or as Manning himself claimed "the lack of evolution" in his beliefs throughout his life.

Manning's other literary works will provide researchers with documentation on his role in the development of and English social conscience in the areas of proverty, education, the persecution of Jews in Russia, the African slave trade, the abuse of alcohol, and labor.

Another series consists of printed materials. The seven volumes of "Concilii Vatican Documenta" found in this series document Manning's role in the adoption of the doctrine of papal infallibility. In addition to the Documenta, the galley proofs of books that Manning authored on the priesthood give insight into his thought process while developing these works.

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