Excerpt from A Charge, Delivered at the Ordinary Visitation of the Archdeaconry of Surrey, November, 1942
Since we last gathered together at this our annual meeting, I have been able in great measure to com plete that parochial visitation of the archdeaconry which I then proposed. There are, indeed, a few parishes which I have still to visit; but there is no considerable district with which Ihave not made a personal acquaintance. The results of this inspec tion I desire brieﬂy to lay before you. First, how ever, you will, I trust, allow me to satisfy my own feelings by the expression of my hearty thanks to you, my reverend brethren, for the marked kindness with which I have been every where received, for the hospitality which has awaited me at every turn, and the readiness to help forward my endeavours which has been manifest on every side.
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