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Records of the Baptist Missionary Society - Collection 223

[Note: The BGC Archives does not have the original documents of this collection. What it does have is a microfilm edition of the papers, which it purchased from a publisher, as did many other archives and libraries.]



[Note: What follows is a description of the documents in this collection which are available for use at BGC Archives in Wheaton, Illinois, USA. The actual documents are not, in most cases, available online, only this description of them. Nor are they available for sale or rent.]

Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Historical Background

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

List of the Microfiche and Microfilm in This Collection (Location Records)
    Microfiche
    Microfilm
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Brief Description.
Microfilmed copies of minutes, committee records, home office correspondence, and missionary journals and letters concerned with the worldwide activity of the Society. Journals and letters of William Carey and Adoniram Judson are included. For more information, please see guide. Vol: 7 sheets of microfiche, 90 Rolls of Microfilm


Collection 223
[January 26, 1996]
Baptist Missionary Society; 1792-
Papers; 1792-1914

7 Sheets of Microfiche, 90 Reels of Microfilm

Restrictions

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

The Baptist Missionary Society has opened these materials from its archives, dated 1792-1914, for study by scholars and other researchers investigating the history of Baptist missions. Literary rights are retained by the Society. Responsibility for obtaining permission to cite these materials rests with the individual researcher. The address of the Society is:
93/97 Gloucester Place
London WIH 4AA, ENGLAND

The Historical Commission, SBC, is contract sales agent for the Baptist Missionary Society Archives microfilm collection. Duplication of this microfilm collection except by the Historical Commission or Baptist Missionary Society is expressly forbidden. Single copies of selected items may be made by researchers, but multiple copies may not be made without written permission from the Baptist Missionary Society and/or Historical Commission.

[The preceding restrictions were taken word-for-word from a guide printed by the Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.]




Historical Background

The Baptist Missionary Society was founded in 1792 by William Carey (1761-1834). As a youth, Carey had developed an interest in missionary work in the South Seas through reading the accounts of Captain Cook's 1769-1770 voyages to that region. This interest was accentuated when Carey read Jonathan Edwards' book Life of Brainerd. In 1792, Carey himself authored a paper, "An Inquiry into the Obligations of Christians to use Means for the Conversion of the Heathen." His two sermons in that year, one before the Baptist Association at Nottingham and the other before the Baptist Association at Kettering, were impassioned pleas for missions, and these are generally credited with spurring the interest in others which resulted in the founding of the Baptist Missionary Society on October 2, 1792.

The original intent of the Society was to foster mission work in the South Seas, but this was given up when a definite burden was felt for the heathen of India. In March 1793 William Carey sailed with John Thomas (1757-1792) and they landed in Calcutta in November of that year. Work was concentrated in the areas of Bible translation, preaching, teaching, and the founding of schools. It was not until 1800, however, that Carey baptized the first Hindu convert. In 1810 the India work was organized into five missions, and by 1813 the Society could report sixty-three workers, native and European, involved in twenty mission stations. Two other men heavily involved in organizing the India work were Joshua Marshman (1768-1837) and William Ward (1769-1823).

A mission begun in Sierra Leone in 1795 proved to be abortive. Work was not resumed in West Africa until 1842, when stations were founded both on the Spanish island of Fernando Po, and in Cameroon. Spanish authorities halted the Fernando Po mission in 1858. The Cameroon work continued until 1887, when German colonization there paved the way for the Basle Missionary Society to take over that mission. In 1878, the Baptist Missionary Society entered the Congo and Angola. Missionaries were forced to withdraw from both areas in 1961.

A mission was begun on Ceylon in 1812. In 1813 the West Indies work was begun in Jamaica, followed by mission stations in British Honduras (1822), the Bahamas (1833), Trinidad and the Dominican Republic (both 1843), and Haiti (1845). A mission was founded in France in 1834; other European stations later included Norway and Italy. Attempts to place missionaries in China were not successful at first, but work was established there by 1877. The Society extended itself into Japan in 1879 and into Palestine in 1880. With the Communist takeover in China in 1949, the Society withdrew from there and sought to continue its mission to the Chinese people via Hong Kong. In 1853, work was begun in Brazil. The Society also participated with other mission boards in Nepal and Sierra Leone missions.

Bible translation and publishing were important functions of the Society. By William Carey's death in 1834, it had already translated the entire Bible into forty languages and dialects. Joshua Marshman translated the Bible into Chinese and prepared a Chinese grammar and dictionary. In addition, many sacred texts of the Chinese and Hindus were translated into English. The Society's publishing arm, the Carey Press, was in 1847 amalgamated with the Kingsgate Press of the Baptist Union of great Britain and Ireland to form the Carey Kingsgate Press Limited.




Scope and Content

The microfiche is a calendar of missionary correspondence relating to the India, Africa, China, and West Indies missions of the Baptist Missionary Society, corresponding to microfilm reels 35-89. The fiche was filmed from the original catalog prepared by the Society in 1964-1965. The catalog notes, in addition to loose correspondence, some bound volumes of correspondence, reports, and publications, and topical files such as candidate applications. These papers were resorted after World War II when bombing and hasty salvaging efforts destroyed all provenance. They were rearranged into units under the missionaries' names, with all papers relating to that missionary filed under his name. Very few post-1840 papers survive, although this is assumed to be accountable to poor contemporary filing rather than to World War II bombing.

The microfilm includes four types of materials: Society minutes, records of Society committees, Home Office correspondence, and missionary journals and correspondence. The latter division of materials is arranged by geographical areas. Index cards identifying each main division and subdivision in these materials, including names of correspondents, appear on the film before each group of materials. The first reel (Reel A) contains a Guide printed by the Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and a comprehensive Catalog identifying each letter included in the Missionary Correspondence. The Catalog is arranged alphabetically by name of missionary within each geographical area.

The majority of the more than 165,900 pages of original manuscript materials in this collection were clearly legible, but some pages were poor copy and difficult to read. In a few instances pages were illegible. The microphotographers in every case used care and skillful techniques to procure the best possible image of each manuscript in the collection. Some pages, which were illegible, were not microfilmed.

[The preceding Scope and Content note was primarily taken from the Guide printed by the Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.]

Provenance

The materials for this collection were purchased by the Center.

No Accession #

September 9, 1982
Galen Wilson




LOCATION RECORD
No Accession #
Type of Material: Microfiche

The following items are located in the CENTER LIBRARY MICROFILM ROOM:

The catalogs are arranged alphabetically by missionary, and each section is headed by a biographical sketch of that missionary. Topical files and bound volumes are described at the end of each catalog.


Fiche# Description
1- 4 "Catalogue of Papers Relating to South Asia [India] 1792-1914, and South East Asia [Ceylon] 1813-1914." These papers concern the Indian mission stations--Bengal, Bhutan, Burman, Calcutta, Dinajpur, Hindustan, Orissa, and Serampore, among others. This catalog corresponds to microfilm reels 35-54. Includes significant correspondence from:
1 - 4 Carey, Jabez (1793-1862)
1- 4 Carey, William (1761-1834)
1- 4 Carey, William Jr. (1787-1853)
1- 4 Chamberlain, John ( -1821)
1- 4 Etherington, Bruce (1874-1907)
1- 4 Kerry, George (1826-1906)
1- 4 Judson, Adoniram (1788-1850), one letter
1- 4 Leonard, Owen (1772-1848)
1- 4 Lewis, Charles B. ( -1890)
1- 4 Mardon, Richard (1776-1812)
1- 4 Marshman, John Clark (1794-1877)
1- 4 Marshman, Joshua (1768-1837)
1- 4 Moore, William (1777-1844)
1- 4 Page, John Chamberlain (1822-1894)
1- 4 Pearce, George (1799-1874)
1- 4 Peter, John (fl. 1809-1820)
1- 4 Rouse, G. H. (1838-1909)
1- 4 Rowe, Joshua (1781-1824)
1- 4 Thomas, James (1799-1858)
1- 4 Thomas, John (1757-1801)
1- 4 Ward, William (1769-1823)
1- 4 Wenger, John (1811-1880)
5 "Catalogue of Papers Relating to Sierra Leone 1795-1796, Cameroons 1840-1887, and Congo and Angola 1878-1914." This catalog corresponds to microfilm reels 71-89. Includes significant correspondence from:
5 Cameroons
5 Fuller, Joseph Jackson ( -1908), born a slave in Jamaica
5 Smith, Robert ( -1876)
5 Congo and Angola
5 Bentley, William Holman ( -1905)
5 Comber, Thomas J. ( -1887)
5 Grenfell, George ( -1906)
5 Hartland, John S. ( -1883)
5 Stapleton, Walter H. ( -1906)
6 "Catalogue of Papers Relating to China, 1860-1914." This catalog corresponds to microfilm reels 55-60. Includes significant correspondence from:
6 Farthing, George B. ( -1900) beheaded with wife, children, and governess during Boxer Rebellion, which uprising had a disastrous effect on BMS work in China
6 Jones, Alfred G. (1846?-1905)
6 Richard, Timothy ( -1919)
7 "Catalogue of Papers Relating to the West Indies, 1813-1914." This catalog corresponds to microfilm reels 61-70. Includes significant correspondence from:
7 Jamaica
7 East, David J. ( -1903)
7 Knibb, William ( -1845)
7 Phillippo, James M. ( -1879)
7 British Honduras
7 Buttfield, J. P. (fl. 1844-1848)
7 Henderson, Alexander (fl. 1834-1879)
7 Kingdon, John ( -1855)
7 Bahamas
7 Capern, H. ( -1883)
7 Trinidad
7 Gamble, W. H. ( -1888)
7 Dominican Republic
7 Gammon, richard C. ( -1906)
7 Haiti
7 Papengouth, Alexander von (fl. 1879-1886)

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LOCATION RECORD
No Accession #
Type of Material: Microfilm

The following items are located in the CENTER LIBRARY MICROFILM ROOM:

All reels are 35mm, positive copy.

[The following information was taken directly from the Guide to Microfilm of Baptist Missionary Society Archives, printed by the Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.]


Reel A - Index Reel, contains Guide and comprehensive Catalog

Reel Description
Minutes; 1792-1914
1 Oct 1792 - Apr 1799 (also includes accounts Nov 1792 - Jul 1799)
1 Aug 1799 - Apr 1805 (also includes accounts Jul 1799 - Nov 1805)
1 Jun 1815 - Jun 1820
1 Sep 1824 - Oct 1825 (also includes accounts Oct 1817 - Jul 1820)
1 Oct 1819 - Nov 1837 (A-E)
2 Dec 1837 - Apr 1853 (F-L)
3 May 1853 - Oct 1872 (M-Q)
4 Oct 1872 - Apr 1884 (R-V)
5 May 1884 - Oct 1890 (W-Z)
6 Oct 1890 - Jan 1896 (AA-EE)
7 Jan 1896 - Dec 1902 (FF-JJ)
8 General Baptist Missionary Society; 1816-1861
8 General Committee
8 1903-1909
9 1910-1914
9 Committees
9 Finance
10 Feb 1793 - Jun 1890
11 Sep 1890 - Mar 1901
12 Apr 1901 - May 1909
13 Jun 1909 - Dec 1914
14 Candidate Board; 1861-1914
15 Eastern; 1857-1887
16 India and Ceylon; 1887-1914
17 China; 1884-1914
17 Western
18 Feb 1850 - Mar 1892
19 Mar 1892 - Nov 1914
Home Office Correspondence
20 Andrew Fuller
20 Correspondence, miscellaneous
20 Fuller to Sutcliff; 1790-1814
20 Fuller to Carey, Marshman, Ward, etc.; 1794-1815
21 to and from Fuller; 1793-1815
21 Fuller to several people; 1791-1813
21 East India Correspondence; 1807-1813
21 Fuller's Note Book; 1783-1795
21 Miscellaneous manuscripts, copies of letters found at Kettering
212 Miscellaneous collection of letters and pape rs; 1793-1834
21 Miscellaneous papers and correspondence; 1797-1854
21 Memoranda of Legacies to BMS
21 Minutes Book and Accounts of Hants and Wiltshire Association to the BMS
21 Record of subscriptions and donations to the Baptist Mission in India, in Salisbury and neighboring places
21 John Wastfield, Journal; 1797-1798
21 J. Gutteridge, papers about persecution arising from the Act of Assembly 1802, Jamaica; 1804
21 Correspondence and printed papers mostly to J. Gutteridge (of Committee of Dissenters) on working of Toleration Act in Jamaica; 1804-1811
21 J. Gutteridge, bound volume of miscellaneous letters; 1812-1831
21 Saffery to Dyer; 1822
21 Burls to Fuller; 1801
21 William Burls (BMS Treasurer, 1819-1821), miscellaneous correspondence; 1812-1827
21 J. C. Gotch (and Burls), correspondence; 1815-1823
21 Letter from Morris to Sutcliffe; 1809
21 Sutcliffe, correspondence; 1800-1818
21 Letter to Krishna Pal from Committee; 1801
21 W. B. Gurney (BMS Treasurer, 1835-1855), correspondence; 1842-1854
22 John Ryland
22 Correspondence, miscellaneous; 1815-1825
22 Letters from Ryland to Sutcliff; 1773-1811
22 John Dyer, correspondence, miscellaneous; 1817-1841
23 Joseph Angus, correspondence, miscellaneous; 1840-1849
23 The "Coventry Letters," miscellaneous letters from the Hines, Sharps, and Franklins; 1830s - 1850s
23 Frederick Trestrail
23 Correspondence, miscellaneous; 1849-1870
23 Notes on Mission; 1854-1857
24 Edward Bean Underhill
24 Correspondence, accounts, miscellaneous; 1849-1876
24 Miscellaneous papers about Baptist Zenana Mission mainly dated during Dr. Underhill's period
25 Bound volumes of letters; 1841-1879
26 Letters, essays, and speeches by Underhill; 1841-1892
26 Historical and other essays by Underhill
26 Essay extracts of Underhill; 1846-1854
26 Underhill's notes on Baptists, largely Anabaptists up to approximately 1600
26 Underhill's Journal; 1850-1863
26 Underhill's speeches and addresses on the disturbances at Morant Bay, Jamaica; 1865-1867
27 Correspondence with the Rev. D. J. East of Jamaica; 1852-1895
27 Letters from various fields collected by Dr. Underhill; 1842-1855
27 Letters and papers relating to the Secretaryship of the BMS of Dr. Underhill; 1849-1876
27 Letters to the Rev. J. Wenger; 1849-1878
28 Extracts made by Dr. Underhill from miscellaneous writings; 1550-1872
28 Miscellaneous letters and papers; 1796-1856
28 Jamaica Affairs, Newspaper cuttings from various papers arranged by Dr. Underhill
28 1865-1867
29 1831-1867
29 Cuttings from Missionary Herald
29 Hayti; c. 1860
29 Inagua, Bahamas; 1862
29 Calabar, Jamaica; 1862
29 Jamaica (Sundries); 1858-1862
29 Savanna Grande; c. 1860
29 Amboises Bay, Africa; c. 1862
29 Cameroons and Bimbia, Africa; 1862-1863
29 Ceylon (Sri Lanka); 1858-1863
29 A. H. Baynes; 1871-1906
30 Personal Papers
30 West Indies
30 India and Ceylon
30 China
31 Cameroons
31 Congo
32 Congo
32 Papers related to Arthington Fund
32 Letters from Arthington
32 Arthington to various correspondents and copy of Will
33 Correspondence; 1864-1877
33 Scrap and Student's Notes; 1847-1860
33 Robert Arthington, letters and other papers about his research into chances of Mission work in Caucausus; 1892-1893
33 Robert Arthington, Diverse appeals to and miscellaneous missionary papers; 1860-1900
34 Miscellaneous Correspondence
34 Sutcliff Papers, original letters; 1736-1779 and 1800-1829
34 Mr. Fawcett, original letters; 1773-1804
34 Mr. Morris, original letters; 1790-1802
34 Rev. Edward Steane, D.D., original letters; 1794-1844
34 Uncatalogued Material--Narrative of proceedings of a General Assembly of Elders, Messengers, and Ministering Brethren of diverse Baptist Churches in England and Walse; 1693
Missionary Journals and Correspondence
Southeast Asia (including India and Ceylon)
35 William Adam; 1817-1821
35 Isaac Allen; 1863-1892
35 Carapiet Chater Aratoon; 1809-1857
35 S. Bareiro; 1830-1848
35 John Drew Bate; 1865-1897
35 R. Bayne; 1837-1840
35 R. Bion; 1851-1882
35 James Biss; 1803-1807
35 Mrs. Hannah Biss; 1803-1844
35 Ram Bashoo
35 D. P. Broadway; 1857-1892
35 Daniel Brunsdon; 1798-1801
35 Lucy Brunsdon; 1829
35 J. C. DeBruyn; 1812-1817
35 W. Buckingham; 1827-1831
35 Eustace Carey; 1811-1824
35 Felix Carey; 1802-1814
35 Jabez Carey; 1813-1830
35 Carey, Marshman, and Ward, combined correspondence; 1799-1827
36 William Carey, Journal; 1793-1795
36 William Carey, Bengali Grammar
36 William Carey; 1792-1834
36 Copies of correspondence involving pioneer missionaries in India, including Carye, Marshman, Ward, and Thomas
36 William Carey, folio containing typescript copies of original letters
36 to Ryland and Sutcliff, held at College Road Chapel, Northampton; 1792-1834
37 William Carey, Jr.; 1808-1853
37 Kangalee and other Indian Evangelists (Journals sent by W. Carey, Jr., to his father); 1812-1815
37 John Chamberlain; 1802-1821
37 Prem Chand; 1880-1914
37 James Chater; 1806-1829
37 W. A. Claxton; 1859-1860
37 H. G. Emenide St. Dalmas; 1872-1877
37 Ebenezer Daniel; 1830-1839
37 Krishnoo Das; 1808-1813
37 R. J. Ellis; 1860-1877
37 Bruce Etherington; 1899-1907
37 Charles Evans; 1819-1826
37 Thomas Evans; 1854-1885
37 I. Fernandez; 1804-1830
37 J. C. Fink; 1821-1856
37 John Fountain; 1796-1800
37 Mrs. Ann Grant (Later Mrs. John Chamberlain)
37 William Grant; 1799
37 J. G. Gregson; 1858-1879
37 J. Harle; 1821-1822
38 W. A. Hobbs; 1858-1876
38 W. R. James; 1877-1910
38 John Johannes; 1820-1864
38 William Johns; 1810-1813
38 Daniel Jones; 1874-1908
38 Adoniram Judson; 1814
38 George Kerry; 1856-1897
38 William Kirkpatrick; 1824-1829
38 Gungga Narayan Lal
38 John Lawson; 1810-1825
38 Dr. John Leechman; 1832-1837
38 Owen Leonard; 1812-1848
38 C. B. Lewis; 1845-1878
38 Alexander Burgh Lish; 1832-1852
38 Arthur Long; 1893-1909
38 John Mack; 1821-1845
38 L. Mackintosh; 1812-1858
38 Richard Mardon; 1803-1812
38 John Clarke Marshman; 1833-1877
39 Joshua and Hannah Marshman; 1799-1837
40 T. Martin; 1853-1897
40 K. Mohant; 1845-1864
40 Francis De Monte; 1833-1859
40 William Moore; 1803-1844
40 John Chamberlain Page; 1841-1876
41 Krishna Pal
41 J. Parry; 1832-1858
41 John and Amelia Parsons; 1840-1869
41 Henry Peacock; 1810-1820
41 George Pearce; 1826-1874
41 J. Peggs; 1821-1850
41 James Penney; 1816-1839
41 John Peter; 1809-1820
41 Robert Robinson; 1853-1901
41 William Robinson; 1806-1853
41 G. H. Rouse; 1860-1908
42 Joshua Rowe; 1803-1824
42 John Sale; 1848-1875
42 Goolzar Shah; 1871-1886
42 Singh Petumber
42 John Sircar; 1833-1898
42 James Smith; 1852-1898
42 W. Smith; 1813-1859
42 H. Smylie; 1829-1855
42 Robert Spurgeon; 1873-1909
42 W. B. Symes; 1838-1839
42 James Thomas; 1826-1858
43 Dr. John Thomas; 1792-1801
43 William Thomas; 1813-1870
43 J. T. Thompson; 1812-1850
43 J. Trafford; 1853-1879
43 Thomas Trowt; 1814-1816
43 Frederick D. Waldock; 1862-1898
43 Nathaniel Ward; 1821-1826
43 William Ward
44 Correspondence and Diaries; 1798-1823
45 Transcripts of Diaries; 1799-1811
45 John Wenger; 1839-1880
46 Correspondence
47 Correspondence, some in French and German
48 Letters, Autobiography, and Journals
49 Miscellaneous Sermons and Addresses, Lecture Notes
50 Lecture Notes, Printed Material
50 J. Williams; 1859-1880
50 R. Williams; 1839-1859
50 William Yates; 1814-1839
50 India: Women Missionaries (not included elsewhere)
50 Mrs. Mary Ellis (Widow of R. J. Ellis); 1865-1911
50 Mrs. Ellen Etherington; 1862-1884
50 India--Serampore
51 Uncatalogued letters and papers; 1779-1897
51 Papers relating to Serampore College; 1822-1891
51 Miscellaneous notes on various matters including account of moneys subscribed for oriental translations; 1792-1835
51 Statement relative to administration of funds entrusted to Serampore missionaries; 1820
52 Circular letters; 1807-1815
52 Serampore Pamphlets; 1813-1830
53 Serampore Pamphlets; 1813-1836
53 Periodical accounts; 1827-1833
53 Serampore College Reports; 1828-1834
53 Serampore Controversy
53 Comprehensive volume of papers; 1826-1838
54 Letter to J. B. Wilson, Treasurer of BMS; 1828
54 Supplement to the vindication of the Calcutta Baptist Missionaries; 1831
54 BMS Committee Papers on Serampore matters; 1827-1831
54 Public address by Robert Hall on renewal of East India Company Charter; 1813
54 Letter from Dr. Marshman to Rev. Dr. Steadman; 1830
54 Papers on the question recently agitated in the BMS relative to Serampore; 1828
54 Miscellaneous articles about the efficacy of Missions and about various translations
54 China
55 Miss Beckinsale; 1898-1913
55 H. Dixon; 1880-1900
55 Dr. George K. Edwards; 1914-1919
55 G. B. Farthing; 1886-1900
55 Francis James; 1882-1892
55 Dr. Herbert S. Jenkins; 1904-1913
55 A. G. Jones; 1876-1905
56 A. G. Jones; 1876-1905 (continued)
56 E. F. Kindon; 1864-1867
56 R. F. Laughton; 1862-1870
56 Miss M. Lewis; 1912-1914
56 Timothy Richard
57 1869-1914
58 Family correspondence; 1869-1914
59 Family correspondence; 1869-1914 (continued)
59 Diaries; 1888-1903
60 Diaries; 1888-1903 (continued)
West Indies
Jamaica
61 Thomas F. Abbott; 1831-1847
61 James Coultart; 1817-1836
61 Walter Dendy; 1831-1881
61 David J. East; 1851-1892
61 George P. Evans; 1843-1848
61 Thomas Hands; 1842-1852
61 Edward Hewett; 1842-1883
61 James Hume; 1843-1865
61 Thomas Knibb; 1821-1824
61 William Knibb; 1824-1845 (biography, journals, letters)
61 Benjamin Millard; 1840-1872
61 Samuel Oughton; 1836-1866
62 J. M. Phillippo; 1819-1879 (autobiography, letters, legal opinions)
62 James Reid; 1836-1879
62 George Rouse; 1839-1849
62 John Rowe; 1813-1816
62 William Teall; 1843-1890
62 Joshua Tinson; 1822-1850
62 James H. Wood; 1842-1848
63 British Honduras
63 Joseph Bourne; 1822-1834
63 J. P. buttfield; 1844-1848
63 Alexander Henderson; 1835-1846
63 John Kingdon; 1831-1850
63 Bahama Islands
63 J. Burton; 1827-1838
63 H. Capern; 1840-1857
63 J. Davey; 1855-1878
63 W. Littlewood; 1841-1878
63 Trinidad
63 W. H. Gamble; 1856-1888
63 J. Law; 1845-1870
63 W. Williams; 1874-1894
63 Dominican Republic
63 Richard E. Gammon; 1875-1903
63 Isaac Pegg; 1869-1872
63 Haiti
63 Francis Cajou
63 Madame L. J. Cajou
63 V. R. Domond
63 Alexander Von Papengouth; 1879-1888
64 Miscellaneous uncatalogued correspondence
64 Daniel Wilshere; 1878-1892
65 Daniel Wilshere; 1878-1892 (continued)
66 Daniel Wilshere; 1878-1892 (continued)
67 Statistics and Printed Matter
67 Deeds and Documents relative to Trusteeships; 1800-1854
67 Copies of extracts of letters from BMS missionaries
67 Miscellaneous reports, deputations to Jamaica; 1838-1901
67 Jamaica Almanack; 1826 and 1840
67 Miscellaneous Publications
68 1830-1867
69 1833-1877
70 1841-1920
70 West Africa
70 Sierra Leone
71 James Rodway; 1795-1796
71 The Cameroons and Fernando Po
71 John Clarke; 1829-1852 (letters and journals)
71 Carrie Comber; 1880-1885
71 Joseph Diboll; 1854-1865
72 J. J. Fuller; 1850-1888
72 Alexander Innes; 1858-1860
72 Joseph Merrick; 1843-1849
72 Francis Pinnock; 1857-1879
72 Dr. George Prince; 1840-1848
72 Alfred Saker; 1843-1877
72 Samuel Silvey; 1882-1889
72 Robert Smith; 1860-1876
73 George Thomson, a businessman who worked with the mission; 1867-1878
74 George Thomson (continued)
74 Q. W. Thomson (miscellaneous account books)
74 Miscellaneous Cameroons papers
74 Letters about Spanish occupation of Fernando Po
74 Congo (Zaire) and Angola
74 Dr. William Holman Bentley; 1879-1905
75 Diaries
76 Correspondence with A. H. Baynes, others
77 Autobiography, log books, manuscript of Kixi Congo bocabulary, personal papers, and sketch books
78 John E. Biggs; 1885-1887
78 Rev. J. S. Bowskill; 1913-1914 (papers about the rising in the Purtuguese Congo)
78 P. C. Comber; 1885-1892
78 T. J. Comber; 1875-1887
78 William Douglas
78 George Grenfell; 1874-1906
79 Letter books; 1881-1888
80 Letter books; 1888-1896
81 Letter books; 1896-1896
82 Letter books; 1897-1906
83 Letters to A. H. Baynes; 1875-1905
84 Letters to A. H. Baynes; 1896-1905
85 Miscellaneous letters, financial, and legal papers
85 Financial and legal papers
85 Correspondence about Lunda Expedition
85 Survey Books; 1885-1892
86 Survey books of Lunda Expedition; 1891-1905
86 John Hartland; 1878-1883
87 Letters and letter books
88 Letters to his family
89 M. Richards
89 Albert E. Scrivener; 1886-1916
89 Cassie Silvey; 1887-1893
89 Walter H. Stapleton; 1889-1906
89 Albert E. Wherret
89 W. H. White; 1889-1897
89 Uncatalogued letters and papers; 1882-1904
89 Correspondence on Congo Polygamy; 1898-1900
89 Europe
90 France
90 V. E. Bouhon; 1863-1886
90 I. Jenkins; ca. 1868
90 Norway
90 G. Hubert; 1863-1884
90 F. Sjodahl; ca. 1880
90 Miscellaneous papers and documents
90 Italy
90 James Wall; 1876-1902
90 Mrs. J. Wall; 1888-1906
90 W. K. Landels; 1879-1916
90 John Landels; 1879
90 Robert Walker; 1909-1900
90 E. Shaw; 1909
90 W. Shipley; 1909-1912
90 J. Campbell Wall; 1916-1925
90 Mrs. Lecoat; 1879
90 Rev. Dr. George B. Taylor; 1908-1900
90 P. E. Jahier; 1879
90 Miscellaneous papers and documents



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