The Oxford movement and the British Empire: Newman, Manning and the 1841 Jerusalem bishopric
Strong, R. (2012) The Oxford movement and the British Empire: Newman, Manning and the 1841 Jerusalem bishopric. In: Brown, S.J. and Nockles, P.B., (eds.) The Oxford Movement Europe and the Wider World 1830-1930. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 78-98.
In 1841 a scheme was concocted to institute a Protestant bishop in Jerusalem. The idea was initially that of the king of Prussia, and propounded in England by the Prussian diplomat Chevalier Bunsen, a close confidant of Prince Albert..
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