From a Special Correspondent
An exhibition of Surrey records open to the public from November 21-23 at the County Hall, Kingston-on-Thames, included several items of special Catholic interest.
A Court book of the borough of Guildford, covering the years 15461550 was bound in a sheet torn from an illuminated MS. missal.
The original Letters Patent of Edward v I, granting the endow'tient of the Farnham Chantry to John White, brother of the last Catholic Bishop of Winchester, was also on view.
A document of particular interest was a parchment membrane from the London Charterhouse, containing transcripts of deeds made in 1430-1439, which had evidently been used in a law suit.
A document of more modern interest was the notification of August L 1848 to the Surrey Quarter Sessions of the removal of the R.C. congregation from the Royal Belgian chapel in the London Road, Southwark, to the new St. George's Church, Southwark.
This document was signed by Father Thomas Doyle, D.D., Trustee and Pastor. who was made first Provost of St. George's Cathedral in 11350.