Home,1843

Scope and Content

includes letters from:

J K Foster, Sittingbourne [Kent]

copy of letter from John Nelson Goulty, Brighton

Earl Fitzwilliam [Charles Wentworth-FitzWilliam, 5th Earl FitzWilliam], Grosvenor Place [London]

John Jackson, Bible Society house [London] - minutes of editorial sub-committee re Mongolian translation of New Testament by William Swan and Edward Stallybrass

William Buyers [Hereford]

George Gogerly, Hackney [London]

Isabella Lessel, Aberdeen - herself and children 'snatched out of the wreck' of homecoming ship

James Bennett, London

John Lumb, Weymouth [Dorset]

Samuel England, Royston [Herts] - disquiet over French aggression, if government inactive suggests LMS deputation to king Louis Philippe

Mark Wilks, Paris and Matlock Bath [Derbyshire] - re Tahiti

John Paterson, Edinburgh

William Flower, Surat [North India] - his wish to marry Jane Fletcher

Samuel Kidd, London

Sidney Robinson, London

Peter Cator, Lincoln's Inn [London] - Anti-Idolatry Connexion committee circular

joint letter from W Ellis, P La Trobe and W Mallalieu, Hatton Garden [London] - Moravian mission support deputation made to government over French aggression against Tahiti

Robert Halley, Manchester - relationship with Wesleyans

Sir George Grey, Eaton Place [London]

D Coates, Church Missionary Society [London]

James Sunderland, Airedale College [Bradford, Yorkshire] - offer for service in China

W Ashby (superintendent) and 32 other signatories, Stamford [Lincolnshire] - Sabbath School request more attention to juvenile organs

Charles Watt, Aberdeen

C G H Davis, Brussels [Belgium] - formation of auxiliary

translation of letter signed by Frédéric Monod and 35 other French protestants

Sir John De Beauvoir [2nd Baronet, alias John Edmond Browne]

William Swan, Leith [near Edinburgh]

Robert Ainslie, London

Alphonse Lacroix, Paris - Paris Missionary Society will send missionaries to Tahiti

Robert Charles, Edinburgh - declines election as an auditor while a director

Richard Knill, Woottonunderedge [Wootton-under-edge, Gloucestershire]

Samuel Wilson, Shepton Mallet, Somerset

Thomas Henderson, Lusignan (Demerara [later Guyana])

Edward Stallybrass, Croydon [Surrey]

William Jones (Religious Tract Society), London - re Samoan edition of John Bunyan's 'Pilgrim's Progress'

Edward Williams, Denbigh [Wales]

George Gill, Kettering [Northamptonshire]

John Hay, Chipping Ongar (Essex)

Thomas Heath, Warwick, Bristol, Bradford and Hackney

Thomas Thompson, Poundsford Park [Taunton, Somerset] - resolution for a juvenile missionary association

Thomas Morison, Hans Place [Knightsbridge, London]

Thomas Houston, Belfast - Reformed Presbyterian Church missionary society symathise with LMS

E Panchaud, Brussels (in French, with translation) - Agence de la Société Évangélique Belge regret LMS cannot help them

John Arundel, Union Street Chapel, Boro [London]

Henry Dunn, Borough Road [Borough Road Normal College]

James Carlile, Hackney - explanation re Reformed Presbyterian Church, Ireland

John Alexander, Norwich - death of Leota, polynesian chief

Jemima Luke, Chester

Edward Williams, Denbigh [Wales]

Robert Stewart, Free Church of Scotland's mission rooms, Exeter Hall [London] re Robert Kalley of Madeira [Ilha da Madeira]

report of combined deputation with Wesleyan Missionary Society to Sir Robert Peel [UK prime minister] and Lord Aberdeen [UK Foreign Secretary] re French aggression on Tahiti

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Other Finding Aids

A detailed list for Home Incoming Correspondence, 1795-1876 (list A1) is available for available for consultation in the Special Collections Reading Room, SOAS Library.

Archivist's Note

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