See also:English musician, whose real name was Southcote Mansergh, was
See also:born in
See also:London, son of Colonel Mansergh, an Irishman . He had a
See also:voice, and was educated for the musical profession in
See also:Dublin and at the Royal Academy of
See also:Music in London . He began singing in
See also:opera in 188s, and in 1882 had
See also:great success as the sentry in Iolanthe at the Savoy, following this with numerous engagements in opera both in England and
See also:America . He married the
See also:singer Fanny Moody, already a leading
See also:soprano on the operatic stage, in 18go; and in 1897 they formed the Moody-
See also:Manners opera
See also:company, which had a great success in the provinces and under-took seasons in London in 1902 . Manners and his wife were assisted by some other excellent artists, and their enterprise had considerable influence on contemporary English music . MANNERS-SUTTON,
See also:CHARLES (1755-1828), archbishop of Canterbury, was educated at
See also:Charterhouse and Cambridge . In 1785 he was appointed to the
See also:family living at Averham-with-Kelham, in
See also:Nottinghamshire, and in 1791 became dean of
See also:borough . He was consecrated
See also:bishop of Norwich in 1792, and two years later received the
See also:appointment of dean of Windsor in commend am . In 1805 he was chosen to succeed Archbishop
See also:Moore in the see of Canterbury . During his primacy the old archiepiscopal palace at
See also:Croydon was sold and the
See also:country palace of Addington bought with the proceeds . He presided over the first
See also:meeting which issued in the foundation of the
See also:National Society, and subsequently
See also:lent the
See also:scheme his strong support . He also exerted himself to promote the
See also:establishment of the
See also:Indian episcopate .
His only published
See also:works are two sermons, one preached before the Lords (London, 1994), the other before the Society for the
See also:Propagation of the
See also:Gospel (London, 1797) . His
See also:THOMAS MANNERS-SUTTON, ISt BARON MANNERS (1756-1842), was
See also:lord chancellor of
See also:Ireland . For his son Charles see CANTERBURY, 1St
See also:VISCOUNT .
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