3. Tucker, H.W., Memoir of the Life and Episcopate of George Augustus Selwyn, D.D., Bishop of New Zealand 1841–1869 and Bishop of Lichfield 1867–1878 (2 vols.; London: W.W. Gardner, 1879), I, p. 13.
4. Tucker, , Memoir, I, pp. 48–56. The post was taken by one of the Coleridge family, Derwent Coleridge, with whom Selwyn was close friends.
5. Jacob, W.M., The Making of the Anglican Church Worldwide (London: SPCK, 1997), p. 109.
6. Tucker, , Memoir, I, p. 71.
7. Tucker, , Memoir, I, p. 85.
8. See Jacob, , Making of the Anglican Church, pp. 75–79, 90–99.
9. For Selwyn and CMS see Yates, T.E., Venn and Victorian Bishops Abroad: The Missionary Policies of Henry Venn and their Repercussions upon the Anglican Episcopate of the Colonial Period, 1841–1872 (Uppsala, Sweden: Swedish Institute of Missionary Research, 1978), pp. 51–62.
10. For accounts of Selwyn in New Zealand see Evans, John H., Churchman Militant: George Augustus Selwyn, Bishop of New Zealand and Lichfield (London: Allen and Unwin, 1964), and Limbrick, W.E. (ed.), Bishop Selwyn in New Zealand 1841–1868 (Palmerston North, NZ: Dunmore Press, 1983).
11. Tucker, , Memoir, I, pp. 119–21.
12. Tucker, , Memoir, I, p. 246.
13. Tucker, , Memoir, I, p. 158.
14. Tucker, Memoir, I, p. 217.
15. Tucker, , Memoir, I, pp. 235–47.
16. Tucker, Memoir, I, p. 350. Interestingly, nearly twenty years later, in 1868, Gladstone steered the disestablishment of the Church of Ireland through Parliament.
17. See Shaw, G.P., Patriarch and Prophet: William Grant Broughton 1788–1853: Colonist, Statesman and Ecclesiastic (Melbourne: University of Melbourne Press, 1978), pp. 205–237.
18. Tucker, , Memoir, II, p. 90.
19. For an account of the attempts to secure legislation to permit synodical government in the colonies see Jacob, , Making of the Anglican Church, pp. 134–37.
Podmore, Colin, ‘Two Streams Mingling: The American Church in the Anglican Communion’, Journal of Anglican Studies 9 (2011), pp. 12–37, doi:10.1017/S1740355310000045.
21. Tucker, , Memoir, II, pp. 91–94.
22. Tucker, , Memoir, II, pp. 95–97.
23. For an account of the creation of the Episcopal Church in the United States see Jacob, The Making of the Anglican Church, pp. 62–70, and Podmore, Colin, ‘A Tale of Two Churches: The Ecclesiologies of the Episcopal Church and the Church of England Compared’, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 8 (2008), pp. 126–130.
24. Tucker, , Memoir, II, pp. 97–102.
25. Tucker, , Memoir, II, p. 135.
26. For the Colenso affair see Hinchliff, Peter, John William Colenso (London: Nelson, 1964), and Draper, Jonathan A. (ed.), The Eye of the Storm: Bishop John William Colenso and the Crisis of Biblical Interpretation (Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications, 2003).
27. For an account of the 1867 Lambeth Conference and Selwyn’s part in it see Stephenson, Alan M.G., The First Lambeth Conference: 1867 (London: SPCK, 1967).
28. The English Churchman, 4 December 1867, quoted in Tucker, , Memoir, II, p. 140.
29. Creighton, Louise, G.A. Selwyn, DD, Bishop of New Zealand and Lichfield (London: Longman, Green & Co., 1923), p. 164.
30. Davidson, R.T.Benham, William, Life of Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury (3rd edn; 2 vols.; London, 1891), II, p. 362.
31. For this visit see
Brown, Terry M., Bishop George Augustus Selwyn in North America: Missionary Hero and Ecclesiastical Diplomat (Project Canterbury, www.anglicanhistory.org accessed 27 May 2010), pp. 1–9.
32. Tucker, , Memoir, II, p. 307.
33. Tucker, , Memoir, II, p. 307.
34. Davidson, and Benham, , Life of Archibald Campbell Tait, II, p. 363.
35. Brown, , Bishop George Augustus Selwyn in North America, pp. 15–17.