Australia, 1864

Scope and Content

Includes letters from:

Samuel Ella, Sydney

Aaron Buzacott, Sydney

Caroline Gibbs, Melbourne

James Sunderland, Melbourne - enclosing resolution from his church at Richmond; accepts post of LMS agent

Archibald Murray, Sydney - enclosing resolution forwarded by Stephen Creagh, Loyalty Islands [Îles Loyauté] missionaries Henry Hopkins, Melbourne

Robert Smith, Melbourne

Robert Garrett, Sydney

John James, Sydney

Grafton Ross, Sydney

James Jeffries, Adelaide - enclosed correspondence between himself and James Hill, and James Waugh, secretary of the Wesleyan Conference, Melbourne

Alexander Morison

translation of letter from Tevoa, Avarna; Isaia, Aorabgi; Patu, Avarna; Teaia, Titikaneka; Maretu, Ngatangiia; Tamarna, Matavera

Elizabeth Howe, Sydney

Margaret Irvine, Sydney

Captain William Williams, at sea on board the Lalla Rookh - reports total loss of the Mission Barque John Williams on Danger Island (Puka-Puka); gives detailed course of ship's journey

John Davies, Melbourne

John Graham, Sydney - enclosed letter from Rarotongan islanders re John Williams ship

William Robinson, Hobart Town [Tasmania]

John Fairfax, Sydney - forwarding newspaper cuttings from Sydney Morning Herald reporting address on Slavery in the Pacific by Archibald Murray

Joseph Thompson, Sydney - enclosing John Eggleston (Australian Wesleyan Mission)'s copy of memorial on slave question

William Law, Hobart

George Lloyd, Sydney

Charles Barff, Sydney

William Small

list of goods shipped on board John Williams

John Roberts, Victoria - offer for LMS service

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Other Finding Aids

Incoming correspondence for 1864 is not hand-listed

Archivist's Note