Singapore,1848

Archive Unit

Scope and Content

includes letters from:

Benjamin Keasberry, Singapore -finance,

realizes the Directors acted rightly in John Campbell's case and Keasberry should not have engaged him temporarily in mission; report on year past. Plea for his ministry to Malays to be continued, supported by three attached letters from others including E A Jencks (American Baptist Missionary Union). Further financial details including request that the refund of money deducted on a/c of John Campbell be paid 'to the Mission School at Walthamstow for the education of my daughter Eliza Keasberry'

L J Van Rhyn, Inspector of the Dutch Evangelical Mission in the East Indies, Kandy, Ceylon [later Sri Lanka] (Dutch with English translation) - pleading the cause of continuing Singapore Mission particularly Benjamin Keasberry's ministry to Malays

J Goddard (American Baptist Missionary Union), Singapore - pleading cause of Singapore mission remaining active

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Other Finding Aids

Detailed lists of the incoming correspondence contained in each folder of Singapore, Boxes 1 and 2 are to be found in the respective folders

Archivist's Note

Catalogued