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"Exploring the Rich Heritage of Anglican Tradition: From Pipe Organs to Iconic Cathedrals" The majestic pipe organ resonates through St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne

Background imageAnglican Collection: Charles Wesley, 18th century English preacher and hymn writer

Charles Wesley, 18th century English preacher and hymn writer. Charles (1707-1788) was the brother of John Wesley (1703-1791) with whom he founded Methodism

Background imageAnglican Collection: The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Pauls Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The cathedral was built in stages and is one of the City of Melbournes major landmarks

Background imageAnglican Collection: Valletta skyline at sunset with the Carmelite Church dome and St

Valletta skyline at sunset with the Carmelite Church dome and St. Pauls Anglican Cathedral, Valletta, Malta, Mediterranean, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Marriage certificate of Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II) and Philip Mountbatten (Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)

Background imageAnglican Collection: Lincoln Cathedral viewed through archway of Exchequer Gate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Cathedral viewed through archway of Exchequer Gate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: St Michaels Church, Highgate, North London

St Michaels Church, Highgate, North London, consecrated and opened in 1832. Date: circa 1870s

Background imageAnglican Collection: Plan of The Crown and Glove Public house and other land and property at Stannington, for sale

Plan of The Crown and Glove Public house and other land and property at Stannington, for sale
Lot 1 the old established Public House known by the sign of the Crown and Glove at Stannington, with barn, cohouse, vacant ground, outbuildings and appurtenances

Background imageAnglican Collection: The Crooked Spire at the Parish Church of St. Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

The Crooked Spire at the Parish Church of St. Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: The Sleeping Congregation, William Hogarth

The Sleeping Congregation, William Hogarth
Vintage engraving of The Sleeping Congregation, William Hogarth. Interior of a church where the congregation sleeps as the clergyman reads from the gospel

Background imageAnglican Collection: Norton Estate as allotted for sale, 1849

Norton Estate as allotted for sale, 1849
Includes a floor plan of Norton Hall (see also y11091)Sheffield Local Studies Library:s (25) 6A L

Background imageAnglican Collection: Durham Cathedral (Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham)

Durham Cathedral (Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham)
The Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham, usually known as Durham Cathedral and home of the Shrine of St Cuthbert, is a cathedral in the city of Durham

Background imageAnglican Collection: Cathedral and lamp post, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Cathedral and lamp post, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: The Burning Of Cranmer, 1556, (c1850)

The Burning Of Cranmer, 1556, (c1850). Thomas Cranmer was one of the first Anglican martyrs burned for heresy in 1556. Colour plate from Pictures of English History

Background imageAnglican Collection: Worcester Cathedral on the River Severn floodlit at dusk, Worcester, Worcestershire, England

Worcester Cathedral on the River Severn floodlit at dusk, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: Eucharist in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Anglican Church of St

Eucharist in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Anglican Church of St. James, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Pacific

Background imageAnglican Collection: Worcester Cathedral on the River Severn floodlit at dusk, Worcester, Worcestershire, England

Worcester Cathedral on the River Severn floodlit at dusk, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: St. Marys Anglican Church, Cockburn Town, Grand Turk Island, Turks and Caicos Islands

St. Marys Anglican Church, Cockburn Town, Grand Turk Island, Turks and Caicos Islands, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageAnglican Collection: TEAPOT PRESENTED TO THE REV. JOHN WESLEY; BORN JUNE 17, 1703. An Anglican cleric

TEAPOT PRESENTED TO THE REV. JOHN WESLEY; BORN JUNE 17, 1703. An Anglican cleric and Christian theologian

Background imageAnglican Collection: Christ in Majesty, Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, South Wales

Christ in Majesty, Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, South Wales
Christ in Majesty, sculpture by Epstein, in the nave of Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, South Wales. Date: circa 1970s

Background imageAnglican Collection: Greetings postcard, Mhow, Madhya Pradesh, India

Greetings postcard, Mhow, Madhya Pradesh, India
Multiview greetings postcard from Mhow, a British Army cantonment (now Dr Ambedkar Nagar), Madhya Pradesh, India. Date: circa 1910

Background imageAnglican Collection: Norton, Derbyshire, surveyed by Joseph Dickinson, 1737

Norton, Derbyshire, surveyed by Joseph Dickinson, 1737
Full title: A map of all the lands belonging to Robert Newton esquire at Norton in the County of Derby, surveyed by Joseph Dickinson

Background imageAnglican Collection: St Michaels Chapel

St Michaels Chapel
Colourful image of the disused Anglican chapel, Torquay. IoE 390544

Background imageAnglican Collection: Shoreditch Cottage Homes, Hornchurch, Essex

Shoreditch Cottage Homes, Hornchurch, Essex
Boys in surplices leaving the chapel at the Shoreditch Union cottage homes, Hornchurch, Essex. Opened in 1889 to house pauper children away from the workhouse

Background imageAnglican Collection: The Lady Chapel, Liverpool Cathedral, 1926

The Lady Chapel, Liverpool Cathedral, 1926. Designed by Giles Gilbert Scott and built on St James Mount, in the centre of Liverpool, this is the second largest Anglican cathedral in the world

Background imageAnglican Collection: Caricature of Archdeacon Dunbar, Anglican clergyman

Caricature of Archdeacon Dunbar, Anglican clergyman
Caricature of Archdeacon Charles Gordon Cumming Dunbar (1844-1916), Anglican clergyman of St Andrews Church, Tavistock Place, London, who was involved in a divorce case in 1881 brought by his wife

Background imageAnglican Collection: St. Peters Church in St. Georges Bermuda

St. Peters Church in St. Georges Bermuda
The oldest Anglican Church outside the British Isles and the oldest Protestant church in continuous use in the New World. Established when Bermuda was settled by the Virginia Company in 1612

Background imageAnglican Collection: All Saints Church, Cranham, Essex, where the remains of General James Oglethorpe

All Saints Church, Cranham, Essex, where the remains of General James Oglethorpe ( founder of Georgia ) rest. 12 February 1924

Background imageAnglican Collection: St. Georges Cathedral, one of the largest wooden churches in the world, Georgetown

St. Georges Cathedral, one of the largest wooden churches in the world, Georgetown, Guyana, South America

Background imageAnglican Collection: American Cathedral, Paris, France, Europe

American Cathedral, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: Church Choir, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex

Church Choir, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex
Boys and men choristers in their surplices, pictured with the vicar and organist at All Saints Church, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex. circa 1920

Background imageAnglican Collection: Anglican Communion in St Pauls Cathedral, London (engraving)

Anglican Communion in St Pauls Cathedral, London (engraving)
5226736 Anglican Communion in St Pauls Cathedral, London (engraving) by Schley, Jakob van der (1715-79); Private Collection; (add.info.: Anglican Communion in St Pauls Cathedral, London)

Background imageAnglican Collection: School children Ely Cathedral

School children Ely Cathedral
A party of schoolchildren file out of the grounds of Ely Cathedral. The West Front of the cathedral is in the background. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1990

Background imageAnglican Collection: St. Bartholomews Church

St. Bartholomews Church
The Norman pillars and arches of the Church of St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, City of London Founded by Rahere in 1123, one of Londons oldest churches. Date: 1930s

Background imageAnglican Collection: Lionel G. B. Justice Ford, Vanity Fair, Strickland

Lionel G. B. Justice Ford, Vanity Fair, Strickland
LIONEL GEORGE BRIDGES JUSTICE FORD (1865-1932) Anglican priest and part-time cricketer who served as Dean of York (1925-1932) after headmasterships at the schools of Repton (1901) and Harrow (1910)

Background imageAnglican Collection: Elevated view of Fort Oscar, Anglican church and yachts in harbour, Gustavia, St. Barthelemy (St)

Elevated view of Fort Oscar, Anglican church and yachts in harbour, Gustavia, St. Barthelemy (St. Barts) (St)
Elevated view of Fort Oscar, Anglican church and yachts in harbour, Gustavia, St. Barthelemy (St. Barts) (St. Barth), West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageAnglican Collection: Kleve Walk with Cathedral on East bank of River Severn, Worcester, Worcestershire, England

Kleve Walk with Cathedral on East bank of River Severn, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAnglican Collection: St John the Evangelist Church, Bury - 27 April 1948

St John the Evangelist Church, Bury - 27 April 1948
View along the path to the church with a 12th century tower and cedar shingled spire. Church is by the river Arun and there was at one time a passenger ferry by rowing boat to Amberley on the east

Background imageAnglican Collection: St. Botolph's, Boston, 1925. Creator: Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs

St. Botolph's, Boston, 1925. Creator: Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs
St. Botolph's, Boston, 1925

Background imageAnglican Collection: St. Mary's, Nottingham, 1928. Creator: Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs

St. Mary's, Nottingham, 1928. Creator: Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs
St. Mary's, Nottingham, 1928

Background imageAnglican Collection: Canon Carnegie, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

Canon Carnegie, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
Canon Carnegie, between c1915 and c1920. Shows Rev. William Hartley Carnegie, rector of St. Margaret's and a canon of Westminister who married Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain on August 3, 1916

Background imageAnglican Collection: Rev. G. K. A. Bell (Dean of Canterbury), between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Rev. G. K. A. Bell (Dean of Canterbury), between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Rev. G. K. A. Bell (Dean of Canterbury), between c1910 and c1915

Background imageAnglican Collection: Bishop of Salisbury holding glasses and train schedule, 1910. Creator: Bain News Service

Bishop of Salisbury holding glasses and train schedule, 1910. Creator: Bain News Service
Bishop of Salisbury holding glasses and train schedule, 1910

Background imageAnglican Collection: The Episcopalian Church of St. Mary, Carden-Place, Aberdeen, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Episcopalian Church of St. Mary, Carden-Place, Aberdeen, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Episcopalian Church of St. Mary, Carden-Place, Aberdeen, 1864. Our Engraving shows its external design, the merit of which belongs chiefly to the Rev. F. G

Background imageAnglican Collection: Anthony Wilson Thorold, 1825-1895

Anthony Wilson Thorold, 1825-1895
5614386 Anthony Wilson Thorold, 1825-1895; (add.info.: Anthony Wilson Thorold, 1825-1895. Anglican Bishop of Winchester in the Victorian era)

Background imageAnglican Collection: John Wesley

John Wesley
3585838 John Wesley; (add.info.: Engraving depicting John Wesley (1703-1791) an Anglican cleric, theologian, and co-founder of Methodism, being transported through flood water

Background imageAnglican Collection: Specimen of short-hand writing from the diary of John Wesley

Specimen of short-hand writing from the diary of John Wesley
3585840 Specimen of short-hand writing from the diary of John Wesley; (add.info.: Specimen of short-hand writing from the diary of John Wesley (1703-1791) an Anglican cleric

Background imageAnglican Collection: Portrait of Lewis Caroll, c.1900 (print)

Portrait of Lewis Caroll, c.1900 (print)
3116277 Portrait of Lewis Caroll, c.1900 (print); Private Collection; (add.info.: English writer, mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon, and photographer)



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"Exploring the Rich Heritage of Anglican Tradition: From Pipe Organs to Iconic Cathedrals" The majestic pipe organ resonates through St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, filling the air with heavenly melodies. As the sun sets over Valletta, Malta, the Carmelite Church dome and St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral grace the skyline, showcasing a harmonious blend of architectural marvels. A cherished piece of history unfolds as Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip's marriage certificate bears witness to their union within the Anglican faith. Transporting us back to a tumultuous era, an evocative depiction captures "The Burning Of Cranmer, " a poignant reminder of religious persecution during 16th-century England. Delving into real estate archives reveals intriguing glimpses into history like "The Crown and Glove Public House" at Stannington—once bustling with life and now up for sale. In Chesterfield stands the Parish Church of St Mary and All Saints with its iconic Crooked Spire—a testament to both time-honored craftsmanship and architectural anomalies. Amidst Derbyshire's charming streetscapes lies a captivating scene where a cathedral shares space with an elegant lamp post—an enchanting fusion of old-world charm and modernity. William Hogarth's masterpiece "The Sleeping Congregation" offers satirical commentary on religious apathy while shedding light on societal attitudes towards worship in 18th-century England. Unveiling historical documents from 1849 unveils Norton Estate as it was allotted for sale—a glimpse into land transactions that shaped communities under Anglican influence. Celebrating one of its influential figures, Charles Wesley emerges as an esteemed preacher and hymn writer whose contributions continue to resonate within Anglican circles today.