Item 90 - The Tablet editor to Bishop Clark: Downham Market piece

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GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-05-01-02-01-90

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The Tablet editor to Bishop Clark: Downham Market piece

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  • 4 September 1975 (Creation)

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1 page; 2 sides; headed; typescript

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(1846-)

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The Tablet is a Catholic international weekly review published in London. It was launched in 1846 by a Quaker convert to Catholicism, Frederick Lucas, 10 years before the restoration of the Catholic hierarchy in England and Wales.

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pre-2018: DOM

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T E Burns (Editor) to Bishop Clark advising him that a piece on Downham Market will be in The Tablet Notebook that week. "Since writing it, I have discovered that Downham Market is also the headquarters of the Counter Reform goings on of the Abbe Nantes, etc. etc. so perhaps Fr Baker is something rather different from the 'exemplary and devoted priest' that I depicted."
Mention that the CTS reissue of "Apostolicae Curea" is causing a convert some distress; the Bishop had written to him to say that such discussions should be available.

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210x148mm

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Draft

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