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The death of the Metropolitan. - a sermon preached in Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal on Sunday Morning, October 4th, 1868

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/1777
Author
Loosemore, Philip Wood, 1831-1911
Publication Date
1868
Material Type
Booklet
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
MM54.L58 also MM54.R25.no.10
Author
Loosemore, Philip Wood, 1831-1911
Place
Montreal
Publisher
John Lovell
Publication Date
1868
Physical_Description
17 p.
Material Type
Booklet
Subjects
Fulford, Francis, 1803-1868
Anglican Church of Canada. Sermons
Anglican Church of Canada - Bishops
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Montreal
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
MM54.L58 also MM54.R25.no.10
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Let my people go : a statement to Cincinnati and to the world

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6249
Author
Thompson, Herbert, 1933-2006
Publication Date
c2001
Material Type
Booklet
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5800 F67 no. 1629
Author
Thompson, Herbert, 1933-2006
Place
Cincinnati OH
Publisher
Forward Movement Publications
Publication Date
c2001
Physical_Description
19 [+1] p. ; 16.2 x 10.8 cm
Material Type
Booklet
Notes
"[FM] 1629". -- back cover.
Cover title.
"[By] The Right Reverend Herbert Thompson, Jr., Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio".
"Copyright 2001 Herbert Thompson, Jr., St. George's Day, April 23, 2001". -- p. [20].
"It is an extraordinary paradox. We have made such progress in America. We stand alone as the world's only superpower, economically and militarily. Our relative standard of living is the highest known in human history. The boats of all have been lifted by the economic and political tide. America is the gold standard by which practically all countries measure themselves. And many of us have been privileged to witness our movement from legal segregation to the far more open society we enjoy. But as the song says, 'We've still got a long way to go'. The more things change, the more some things remain the same. America's prisons and their particular populations are evidence of an enduring reality. They are the leading edge of the continuing fault lines of the racial divide that runs all across our nation". -- p. 14-15.
Statement produced in response to the 7 April 2001 shooting of Timothy Thomas, a 19-year old black man, by a white policeman in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Series
Forward Movement ; 1629
Subjects
Racism - United States
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
African Americans - Civil rights - History
Prisons - United States
Criminal justice, Administration of - United States
Racial profling in law enforcement - United States
Prison administration - United States
Prisons and race relations - United States
Call Number
BX 5800 F67 no. 1629
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Papers read at Fredericton, June 10, 1895 [in Commemoration of] the fiftieth anniversary of the enthronement of the Right Reverend John Medley, first Bishop of Fredericton [and the] Diocese of Fredericton, 1845-1895, St. Barnabas Day, June 11, 1895.

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/869
Publication Date
1895
Material Type
Booklet
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
MM54.D383
Place
St. John (N.B.)
Publisher
Ellis, Robertson & Co.
Publication Date
1895
Physical_Description
28 p. : table.
Material Type
Booklet
Notes
Contents: The endowment of the See of Fredericton and some of the results by W.Q. Ketchum Paper on the contributions to the funds of the Diocesan Church Society from 1845 to 1895, by H. Montgomery Diocesan funds - their administration since the year 1837, by G.A. Schofield Memorandum of funds and property held in connection with the Diocese of Fredricton, June, 1895, by W.M. Jarvis The Cathedral, by F. Partridge.
Subjects
Medley, John, 1804-1892
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Fredericton
Anglican Church of Canada - Bishops
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
MM54.D383
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