Home correspondence file 1858 Jul-Dec

Scope and Content

Majority of correspondence (where addresses are extant) was sent to Centenary Hall and Mission House in Bishopsgate, London.

Correspondents include John Irving, James Calvert, George Buttle, George Barnley and Henry Hurd.

Item 46 is a 'Memorandum of an interview with Lord Stanley, by a Deputation with reference to the future policy of the Government with regard to the religious of India', 7 August 1858.

Item 76 ia printed letter from C E Eadley, Office of the Evangelical Alliance to the 'Scottish Brethren' on issues for the Liverpool Conference, 10 September 1858.

Item 130 comprises a printed agenda and draft resolution of the Evangelical Alliance annual conference, Liverpool, October 1858.

Item 137 printed letter from the President and officers of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference on the Home Mission Fund, 3 November 1858.

Item 183 is a printed address to Sir John Lawrence, from clergy, military leaders, politicans, etc on Christianity in India.

Item 184 is a printed 'Proposal for a Home for Natives of Distant Lands. For providing Christian Instruction for the Lascars, Hindus, Africans, and others, visiting or remaining in this Country'.

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