2 edition of Catalogue of the Cross Street Chapel Library, Manchester, established in 1812 found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the Cross Street Chapel Library, Manchester, established in 1812
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The Dissenters' Meeting House, later to be known as Cross Street Chapel, was opened in and is the parent church of Nonconformity in Manchester.
The congregation dates fromthe year of the Act of Uniformity, which required all clergymen to conform strictly to the requirements of the Book of Common Prayer. Some clergy refused and were ejected from their livings, one of whom was the Reverend Henry Newcome.
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From the Manchester Public Library Bulletin, Jan History of the Library The Library was given to the town of Manchester by Mr. Jefferson Coolidge and dedicated on Octo The exterior of the Library was designed by Mr.
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Cross Street Chapel, originally the “Dissenters’ Meeting House”, is the Mother Church of Non-Conformity in Manchester. If we exclude George Fox’s Quaker Meeting House at Swarthmore (), the original Chapel erected in on this site was probably the very first building erected for Non-Conformist worship in Lancashire.
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This Dissenters’ Meeting House, later to be known as Cross Street Chapel, was opened in and is the parent church of non-conformity in Manchester.
Throughout its history, those who attended and adhered to it have made a remarkable contribution to liberal religion, social reform and the civic, cultural and public life of the city. The first classes were held in the homes of Beard and Gaskell, with lectures held in a room at the Cross Street Chapel.
Inthey moved to premises in an old warehouse in Marsden Square, but were able to move to a more suitable home in following the building of a Memorial Hall in Albert Square to commemorate the bicentenary of the.
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Chapel Street’s Sacred Trinity Church is the oldest in Salford, founded by Humphrey Booth inalthough the building that you see today dates from around a century later.
Humphrey Booth, the elder, was a rich merchant of the town who granted lands, the. Manchester Public Free Libraries. A History and Description, and Guide to their Contents and Use () This September marks the th anniversary of the opening of the first Public Free Library in Manchester.
The library was the first to operate a free lending service without subscription and Manchester became the first authority to establish. All Manchester library locations are closed until at least May 31st. This date is subject to change based on guidance from the Governor and our Emergency Operations Center.
In the meantime, the library staff is working on our “re-opening the buildings” plan which will include a first step of curbside pickup when it is safe to do so for all. Chapel Library publishes more than Christ-centered titles, mostly by authors from prior centuries whose writings have stood the test of time.
Authors include the Puritans, Spurgeon (Baptist), Bonar (Presbyterian), Ryle (Anglican), Pink, Bunyan, Edwards, and many others. © Manchester by-the-Sea Public Library | 15 Union Street | Manchester, MA | | Due to the public health emergency, the Manchester Public Library is closed until further notice.
The library book drops will reopen on Tuesday, May Remote requesting for Curbside Pickup will begin on Monday, June. 2 Richard Timothy Deane, mentioned below.
At St. John™s in Knutsford there was or is a monument inscribed as follows: Esther Whittaker, widow of the late Daniel Whittaker of Manchester, died Janry 26th aged Mary wife of Peter Holland, Surgeon, died Augst 5th aged 71 and Catharine, daughter of Daniel and Hester Whittaker, died August 30th aged 85 years9.
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NEW. Patron self- registration is available for Manchester residents. This temporary card will allow a resident to register for access to online materials.The Cross Street Chapel also had an offshoot in another chapel in nearby Mosley Street, which had been founded in and a new chapel built in the following year.
Again, the congregation rapidly became Unitarian. Mosley Street residents in the early 19th century included Hugh Birley, S L Behrens, Samuel Brooks and Nathan Meyer Rothschild.