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Folder icon  LONGLEY PAPERS  MS 3443  c.1860-1870

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42 folios

Related information: For genealogical notes on Longley see MS 1843.

Album of photographs. They include members of the family of Archbishop Longley and of his wife Caroline Sophia, daughter of Henry Brooke Parnell, 1st Baron Congleton.
The album also includes the following: Cardinal Giacomo Antonelli (f.2); Pope Pius IX (f.2); Maria Sophia, wife of Francis II, King of the two Sicilies (f.2); Princess Mary of Cambridge, and (1866) Teck (f.3); Count Camillo Benso di Cavour (f.3); John Robert Hall, Hon. Canon of Canterbury (1866) (f.5); the Dean of Ripon (unidentified) (f.6); George Bland, Archdeacon of Northumberland (f.6); Ann Martineau, wife of the Revd. Arthur Martineau (f.7); Alexander Ewing, Bishop of Argyll and the Isles (f.9); Archibald Campbell Tait, Bishop of London (later Archbishop of Canterbury) (f.10); Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford (later Winchester) (f.13); Arthur Martineau, chaplain to Bishop Tait (f.13); Lionel Digby William Damer, Canon of Salisbury (1881) (f.16); Henry Phillpotts, Bishop of Exeter (2) (f.21); Alexandra, Princess of Wales (2) (f.22); Longley on the steps of Bishopthorpe (f.23); Alexandrina Dawson-Damer, wife of Henry, 3rd Earl of Portarlington (f.24); Emma, Queen of Hawaii (f.31); Prince Nicholas Alexeyevitch Orlov, Russian diplomat (f.31); Mr. and Mrs. Hoapili, Polynesians (f.32); John Vesey Parnell, 2nd Baron Congleton (f.36); remains of a church at Shobdon, Herefordshire (f.37).

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