Home Extra,1892

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includes letters from:

William Hopkyn Rees, Wrexham [Wales]

Arthur Johnson, Leicester - accepts appointment as LMS Home Secretary

James Newell, Manchester and Blackburn - bringing Samoan friend Sa-anga to London for meetings

Morris Thomas, Vizagapatam [India] - enclosing letter from T P Joseph, hospital assistant, Berhampore Jail

Leonards & Slater Pilditch (a firm), London - amendmennt to powers in LMS constitution to authorise holding bearer bonds

James Taylor, South Osset (Yorkshire) - resignation because of wife's health

Gard, Hall and Rook (solicitors) - see Charles Tyler, surviving executor of Sir James Tyler's will [bequest to LMS only so long as they maintain Tyler family vault] and receive vault keys from him

Fred Bumby (Congregational institute), Nottingham - not set up to train lay misisonaries for overseas

R H Codrington, Bath [Somerset] - possible paper on Chiefs' language in Samoa

Mrs Chalmers [née Sarah Eliza Harrison], Retford [Nottinghamshire] and Garforth (near Leeds, Yorkshire) - news of Tamate [James Chalmers] not good

James Simpson (West Lancashire auxiliary), Liverpool - organising missionary exhibition, requests missionary speakers

Wickham Tozer, Ipswich - LMS home secretary should not be deputation secretary

R Caldwell (secretary, industrial mission), London - plans for Zambesi mission; printed despatch from Joseph Booth enclosed

Edward Jones (deputation secretary), London - his resignatio

Francis Lawes, Catford [London] - re deputation work and translating

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