Home,1849

Scope and Content

includes letters from:

Samuel Bell, Stockwell Green [London]

George Greatbatch, Southport [Lancashire]

John Paterson, Dundee

James Sherman (Surrey Chapel) [London]

James Evans, Norwood [London] - letter addressed to the Duke of Argyll who chaired the opening session of the 1849 annual meetings

James Roome, Rodborough [Gloucestershire] and Gloucester - returning to West Indies

Thomas Aveling, Stoke Newington [London]

James Scott, Leith [near Edinburgh]

R Y Horley, Mission House, London

J Clunie, Manchester

James Lawrence, Walworth [London]

Aaron Buzacott, London

John Morison, Brompton [London]

Newman Hall, Hull

John Stair, Brighton, Gravesend and on board barque Hamlet

Heinrich Werth, Dusseldorf [Rhineland, Germany]

John Vine, Bushey

M Caston, Straford-on-Avon [Warwickshire]

George Gogerly, Melton Mowbray [Leicestershire]

joint letter from Thomas Moresby and P W Willcocks (Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion), Spa Fields [London] - invite Joseph Freeman to go as deputation for them to Sierra Leone

William Thompson, Glasgow

E R Conder, Poole [Dorset]

David Griffiths, Hay [Hay-on-Wye, Wales] - urges resumption of work in Madagascar

Sir John Bickerton Williams, Wem [Shropshire]

Henry Madgin, Tiverton [Devon]

Thomas Raffles, Liverpool

Samuel Hick, Leeds - resolution against accepting government funds

Joseph Ketley, Kingsland [London]

letters on controversy with bishop of London and Arthur Tidman (in Folder 9)

copies of corresponence between the bishop of London [Charles James Blomfield] and Thomas Mortimer (Dorking, Surrey) re holding an LMS sermon in Grays Inn Road chapel

copies of letters from Arthur Tidman to T R Brooke

Thomas Mortimer, Niton (near Ventnor [Isle of Wight]) to Arthur Tidman

Editor, The Times, Printing House quare [London] - declines to print Arthur Tidmans letter

Editor, The Record - consents to print letter as an advertisement

J Hunt to Mr Stacy [?Edwin Stacey, LMS]

list of Anglican parish churches in which LMS sermons had been preached in every year from 1797 to 1835; list of churches applied for from 1836 to 1849 (every year except 1838)

printed summary of above corresponence

letters re arrangements for LMS meetings

Ebenezer Prout, LMS - Rev C H Bateman to give missionary addresses to children

C H Bateman, Hopton [Yorkshire] - re his missionary addresses

printed hymn booklets and handwritten wording of handbills

Thomas Binney, Walworth [London]

J C Galloway, Dalston [London]

Josiah Viney, Hackney [London]

Henry Burder

W J Morrish, Paddington [London]

William Tyler, Spitalfields [London]

Conditions Governing Access

Open

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

Catalogued