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A relative unknown, Rev Lane was not on the bookies' shortlists of female priests tipped to be selected to the historic role.However, she is a very well-respected figure locally in the church.Donors provided the funding for the purchase, which is highest ever paid for a manuscript.The printer's manuscript is a handwritten copy of the original manuscript.Originally part of a committee tasked with trying to find a candidate for the bishopric, she was invited to apply for it herself when the General Synod voted to allow women to become bishops.She comes from an Anglican, but not particularly church-going, family, and says she "was loved into faith" by a small Anglican church community in rural Derbyshire.

Mormons believe the Book of Mormon was translated by church founder Joseph Smith from 'reformed Egyptian' engravings on a set of golden plates unearthed in upstate New York with help from an angel of God named Moroni (Pictured, George Schweich, a grandson of early Church member David Whitmer, stands next to the printer’s manuscript)Mormons believe the Book of Mormon was translated by Smith from 'reformed Egyptian' engravings on a set of golden plates unearthed in Cumorah Hill in upstate New York with help from an angel of God named Moroni.'We hold the Book of Mormon to be a sacred text like the Bible,' Steven Snow, LDS Church historian and recorder stated on the LDS website.'The printer's manuscript is the earliest surviving copy of about 72 percent of the Book of Mormon text, as only about 28 percent of the earlier dictation copy survived decades of storage in a cornerstone in Nauvoo, Illinois.'1) Book of Mormon printer's manuscript; 1830Sold for: million Buyer: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in September 20172) The Codex Leicester - Leonardo da Vinci; 16th century Sold for: .8million Buyer: Bill Gates in November 19943) Magna Carta; 13th century Sold for: .3 million Buyer: David Rubenstien in December 20074) Northumberland Bestiary; 13th century Sold for: million Buyer: J Paul Getty Museum in June 20075) St Cuthbert Gospel of St John Sold for: .3million Buyer: British Library in 2012 The work is seen as a historical record of God's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas as well as an account of a post-resurrection appearance on the continents by Jesus Christ.

An ultra-conservative cleric who once tried to put the Church of England hierarchy on trial for “treason” for ordaining women priests has made a bizarre, last ditch attempt to halt the consecration of its first female bishop.

The Rev Paul Williamson, a one-time ally of the Rev Ian Paisley, interrupted the historic ordination service at York Minster for the Rt Rev Libby Lane, shouting that women bishops were “not in the Bible”.

Rev Lane went on to study theology at St Peter's College, at Oxford University, where she met her husband, and the pair were ordained together in July 1994, with Mrs Lane becoming one of the first female priests in the Church of England.

Over the last two decades she has served a number of parish and chaplaincy roles in the north of England in the dioceses of Blackburn, York and Chester.