Home,1835

Scope and Content

includes separate series of letters in different folders re:-

differences with Welsh Calvinistic Methodists (folder 4)

from:

John Elias [of Anglesey], Vron [near Rhyl, North Wales]

William Roberts, Amlwch [Anglesey]

William Griffith, Holyhead [Anglesey]

David Davies, Cardigan [Aberteifi, Ceredigion]

John Foulkes, Bettws, Abergele [North Wales]

John Arundel, London

John Davies, near Bala [North Wales]

tour of Great Britain by John Williams (folder 5):

from John Williams, York, Manchester, Tintwistle [Lancashire], Gloucester, Great Torrington [Devon], Totnes [Devon], Teignmouth [Devon], St Columb [St Columb Major, Cornwall], Dundee [Scotland] (with copy of letter from John Paterson),

Kilmarnock and Dumfries - education in England of 3 youths from Marquesas [Iles Marquises, later French Polynesia]

objections to government grant in West Indies

from:

William Thomson (junior), Aberdeen - petition signed by 7 ministers of Aberdeenshire and Banff Association

John Angell James, Edgbaston [Birmingham]

Henry Isaac Roper (South Devon Congregational Union),Teignmouth

John Davies, Bristol

William Gregory, Clifton [Bristol]

Thomas Jackson, Bristol

J Roaf, Wolverhampton [Staffordshire, later West Midlands]

Robert Ashton, Warminster [Wiltshire]

Thomas Golding, Fulwood near Taunton [Somerset]

S S Wilson, Frome [Somerset]

David Derry, Plymouth [Devon]

tour of Richard Knill (folder 7)

includes letters by Richard Knill from Blackburn [Lancashire], Southend [Essex], Durham, Lincoln, Northampton and Brigstock [Northamptonshire]

general correspondence (folders 8 and 9) from:

Orlando Dobbin, Camberwell [London]

Sarah Davies [née Saunders], Bristol

William Reeve, London - taking pastoral charge at Oswestry [Shopshire]

Robert Taylor, in the Downs [off-shore from East Kent] outward bound for West Indies

William Ellis, London, Nailsworth [Gloucestershire] and Hastings [Sussex] - information to be sent to Robert Morrison

James Lee, Walworth [London] - death of Robert Morrison

James Hill, Oxford

William Jones (Religious Tract Society), London - on death of Robert Morrison

Mrs Morrison [nee Eliza Armstrong] - suggested Morrison Education Society for China

Thomas Thompson, Tavistock Square [London]

John Ballance - draft resolutions re Evangelical Magazine

David Jones, Hackney Road [London] and Carlisle

Edmund Crisp, Colchester

William Day, Polesworth (near Tamworth [Staffordshire])

Alexander Fyvie, Aberdeen and Liverpool

James Hill, Oxford

Thomas Salmon, Hoddesdon [Hertfordshire]

Richard Cecil, Ongar

Joseph Jowett, Bible Society House [London]

J Venning, Shipham [Norfolk]

Captain Robert Morgan

John Jukes, Yeovil [Somerset]

J R Foster, Cheshunt College [Hertfordshire]

Thomas Heath, Hackney

Henry Russell, Turvey

John Edmunds, Hanley [Staffordshire, later Stoke on Trent]

Elizabeth Traveller, Jersey

Westley and Davis [Frederick Westley and A. H. Davis, a firm], London

Mary Welsh [née Mary Reid], Glasgow

Thomas Fowell Buxton, Cromer - going to Colonial Office (Lord Glenelg) about Kaffir War [6th Xhosa War, 1834-36]

Captain Pope - statements taken from him re treatment of missionaries on board Duke of Northumberland

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

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