Papers largely relating to the case regarding Dr Dudgeon's drug room and study, London Missionary Society East Mission Compound, Peking, 1878

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15. Envelope marked 'Legation of United States at Peking. 1878 Arbitration re Dr Dudgeon's claims'

16. Summary of opinion on the matter of the right to occupancy of a building in the London Missionary Society's compound in the East of Peking between Dr John Dudgeon and Rev James Gilmour, signed by Chester Holcombe, Peking, 8 Jul 1878

17. Judgement on matter outlined in 16, signed by Chester Holcombe, Peking, 7 Aug 1878

18. Rough notes relating to matter outlined in 16 [1878]

19. Letter from Rev G Owen to Mr Meech regarding the arbitrators decision on the difficulties arising from the redistribution of mission dwellings in the East Mission Compound, Peking, 3 Oct 1878

20. Agreement in the matter of the rooms formerly used by Dr Dudgeon as drugroom, 9 Oct 1878

21. Handwritten notes entitled 'House Question' [1878], regarding the issue of right of occupancy to rooms in Peking (as above)

22. The question of Dr Dudgeon's drug room and study. Statement of the case. Part 1st. The question of consent. Printed, with annotations. 1878.

23. The question of Dr Dudgeon's drug room and study. Statement of the case. Part IIt. The question of Arbitration. Printed, with annotations. 1878.

24. Letter from J. Mullens, LMS Foreig Secretary, to Messrs Woollacott and Leonard asking them to assist in the matter of a dispute betwen Dr Shearer, medical missionary in Hankow, and Rev. E Bryant, one of his colleagues, 19 Jul 1870

25. Portion of a legal document regarding Dr Shearer, Hankow [1870s]

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