MC:P219/X1 Other papers
Two printed appeals circulars bearing Bliss’s name and appealing for money to build a parsonage house at North Hinksey.
MC:P219/X1/3 20 Mar 1909
Photocopy of an obituary of Bliss, printed in the Athenaeum of 20 Mar 1909.
Photocopies of a privately printed pamphlet containing nine letters written by Bliss in 1905/6 to his ninth son Geoffrey. They include some memories of his time at Oxford, and of Dr. Routh.
MC:P219/X1/5 Oct 1867
Photocopy of a printed circular sent by Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford, to all the clergy in his diocese, enclosing an encyclical drawn up at the first Lambeth Conference. At this time, Bliss’s allegiance to the Anglican faith was wavering, and he covered the encyclical with some barbed comments about its legitimacy.
Photocopy of a manuscript by Bliss titled “Seven hours and a half in Paris August 21st 1855″, which gives a detailed account of a day trip he made to Paris.
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