includes letters from:
Joseph Freeman, Tananarive [Antananarivo] - revision of New Testament; he, Edward Baker and David Johns permitted to stay in Madagascar until 1836; whole Bible now translated and printed; he leaves for home.
Rainamaharo, Tananarive - copy of queen's letter to Europeans; praises David Griffiths
David Johns, Tananarive - not allowed to talk religion with Malagasy; growth of superstitions; letter written in days of Radama re tan yard; no improvement in situation
David Johns and Joseph Freeman, Tananarive - copy of letter to queen and her reply; expect that all missionaries have to leave
Edward Baker, Tananarive - Malagasy people ordered to send all books to the government; brief account of suppression of Christianity in Madagascar; all missionaries left by June except David Johns and himself; inventory at mission press.
David Jones, London (to sister-in-law Caroline Darby) - printing Bibles and testaments; hostility to Christianity in Madagascar
James Cameron, Cape Town - tells of leaving Madagascar
Rasatranabo and Razafonirina (Malagasy Christians), Tananarive - with translations by Joseph Freeman
George Chick, James Cameron, Joseph Freeman, David Griffiths and Mr Kitching leave for the Cape [South Africa]