South Africa,1867

Scope and Content

includes letters from:

Thomas Philip, Bungay [Suffolk, England] and London - on South Africa Mission; printed papers on South Africa Missions

William Thompson, Cape Town

Henry Kayser, Hankey and Port Elizabeth

Robert Taylor, Cradock

Charles Williams, Kruisfontein

William Murray, Oxkraal

Hugh Owen, King Williams Town

William Dower, Hopedale

Edward Solomon, Bedford

Thomas Brockway, Peelton

James Read (junior), Philipton

Mrs Williamson, Dysseldorp [née Isabella Sim]

Bartholomew Anderson, Oudtshoorn

Theophilus Atkinson, Pacaltsdorp

George Yarnold Jeffreys, Cape Town

Reinhold Gregorowski, Somerset [Somerset East]

Joseph Kitchingman, Graaff-Reinet

Henry Williamson, Dysseldorp and on board ship off shore

James Campbell, Graaff-Reinet

Charles Helm, Cape Town

Samuel Helm, Cape Town

Thomas Merrington, Bethelsdorp

James Philip F Read, Cape Town

Fredericius Vanderkemp, East London

James Read (junior), Philipton

Charles Pacalt Brownlee, Tembani

joint letter from Richard Birt and Thomas Brockway, Peelton - pleading for John Brownlee to be relieved of duties at King William's Town by an active and energetic misisionary

Thomas Paterson, Uitenhage

Mrs Read [née Ann Barker], Philipton

Hugh Owen, King William's Town

Adam Robson, Port Elizabeth

Nicholas Smit, Graham's Town [Grahamstown]

Rogers Edwards, Port Elizabeth

John Harper, Cape Town

church members, Mount Currie [N of Kokstad], New Griqualand

Daniel Helm, Zuurbraak

Edward Solomon, Bedford [Eastern Cape]

Robert Johnston (secretary, Evangelical Voluntary Union], Grahamstown

joint letter from Robert Taylor, Nicholas Smit and Edward Solomon, Bedford

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Other Finding Aids

Detailed lists for incoming correspondence from Southern Africa, 1797-1899 (lists E6 & E7), are available for consultation in the Special Collections Reading Room, SOAS Library.

Archivist's Note

Catalogued