Madagascar (Imerina),1877

Scope and Content

includes letters from:

James Wills, Ambohimanga

Joseph Pearse, Antananarivo and Ambatondrazaka

John Houlder, Antananarivo

Thomas Rogers, Antananarivo and Aden

William Pool, Antananarivo

James Thorne (treasurer), Antananarivo

James Sibree, Antananarivo

Procter Brothers, Tamatave [Toamasina]

Rainilaiarivony, Antananarivo

Benjamin Briggs (Secretary), Antananarivo - Minutes of Annual Meeting of Committee and regular committee meetings

Mrs Jukes [née Emma Zilpah Goodman], Antananarivo

John Parrett, Antananarivo and Faravohitra

Ireland, Fraser & Co, Mauritius

Thomas Matthews, Vonizongo and Fihaonana

Jeremiah Peill, Ambohibeloma

James Richardson, Antananarivo and Faravohitra

Robert Toy, Antananarivo

John Parrett, Antananarivo - copy of queen's proclamation freeing the Mozambique slaves

Thomas Beveridge, Antananarivo

Isabel Dawson, Antananarivo - supporting a press statement criticising Madagascar's prime minister

Louis Street, Antananarivo

John Houlder, Antananarivo

Dr Charles Moss, Antananarivo

Charles Jukes, Faravohitra

William Pickersgill, Ambohibeloma and Mojanga

Richard Baron, Mauritius and Ambohidratrimo

Thomas Brockway, Ambositra

joint letter of Robert Toy, George Cousins, Charles Moss and John Parrett, Antananarivo - re education of prime minister's son

church at Ambohibeloma

Edwin Stribling, Fiarenana - enclosing plans for school building

George Cousins, Antananarivo

Access Information

Open

Other Finding Aids

A detailed list of Incoming Correspondence for Madagascar, 1794-1879 (list E2), is available for consultation in the Special Collections Reading Room, SOAS Library.

Archivist's Note

Catalogued