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Church Missionary Society


Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Benjamin Ashwell papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-172
Scope and Contents

Collection contains a photocopy of a transcript of the letters and journals of the Rev. Benjamin Ashwell, of Kaitotehe, to the Church Missionary Society, 1834-1869. The work of the Mission is described, as well as native disputes, the King movement and the Maori wars of the 1860s.

Dates: 1834 - 1869

Church Missionary Society further records.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-Vault 139
Scope and Contents

Correspondence between Prebendary Cash of Church Missionary Society and Lord Bledisloe re exoneration of Henry Williams' role in land purchases in New Zealand. Includes resolution of the CMS absolving Henry Williams of any wrongdoing. Associated materials: Church Missionary Society. Records 1799- 1884.University of Auckland Library. Microfilm 79- 286/356.

Dates: 1939

Church Missionary Society records relating to the Australian and New Zealand Missions.

Identifier: Microfilm-79-286/356
Scope and Contents This collection comprises 71 reels of microflim containing a selection of Church Missionary Society records which relate to the work of the Australian and New Zealand Missions from 1808-1884. The collection includes: committee and sub-committee minutes, 1799-1884 (both with indexes): mission books, 1820-1880; bishop's correspondence, 1830-1880; missionaries reports, 1836-1858 and New Zealand letters, 1822-1860.The records filmed were selected by Michael Hitchings with CMS...
Dates: 1799 - 1884

Emily Way memoirs.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-72
Scope and Contents

'Echoes of long ago (or the past)' is a description of the life of missionary families in the Hot Lakes District; the visit of Dr Hochstetter, 1859; the flight to Tauranga, 1863; and the assault on Gate Pa, 1864. A typescript transcription is held with the photocopied manuscript.

Dates: ca. 1850-70

Henry Williams papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-68
Scope and Contents Letters and journals written by the Rev. Henry and Mrs Marianne Williams, and the Rev. William and Mrs Jane Williams, 1822-1864. The letters and journals describe pioneering life, missionary activities and relations with the Maoris in the Bay of Islands and on the East Coast. The extracts have been copied by an unidentified compiler, and they cover the following periods: September 15 1822-October 8 1824; September 12 1825-August 31 1831; September 22 1828-October 11 1864. They describe...
Dates: 1822 - 1864

James Hamlin diary.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-169
Scope and Contents

Part of a diary of James Hamlin, April 13, 1830- December 22, 1834. A record of daily activities, including journeys on missionary activities. Photocopy of typescript.

Dates: 1830-1834

James Kemp journal.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-186
Scope and Contents

Journal of James Kemp, 1832-1852. Photocopy of typescript.

Dates: 1832 - 1852

John Alexander Wilson letters.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-173
Scope and Contents

The letters of the Rev. John A. Wilson, missionary at Opotiki, Tauranga, Auckland and Puriri, 1833-1865.

Dates: 1833-1865

Petition signed by thirteen Maori chiefs to William IV, seeking his protection from foreign incursions, tribal enemies, and the misconduct of British subjects, Kerikeri, 5 October 1831.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-14-loose
Scope and Contents The petition was instigated by Maori chiefs in the Bay of Islands after the arrival of the a French naval vessel 'La Favorite' on 3 October 1831, as they feared retribution by the French for the murder of Marion du Fresne and his crew in 1772. They acknowledged the special trade and missionary contacts with Britain, and requested that the King become a 'friend and the guardian of these islands', defending them from foreign threat, from the 'teazing of the other tribes', and from the...
Dates: 1831

Rev. John Morgan papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-175
Scope and Contents

Letters and journals of the Rev. J. Morgan, missionary at Otawhao, 1833-1865. Photocopy of typescript.

Dates: 1833-1865

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Mihinare 9
Rauemi matua 6
Rātaka 5
Reta 3
Tuhinga tawhito 3
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Immigrants -- New Zealand -- History 2
Missionaries -- New Zealand 2
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- Travel 2
New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872 2
New Zealand -- History -- To 1840 2
Rua mahara 2
Auckland (N.Z.) -- History 1
Church Missionary Society -- Missions -- New Zealand 1
East Coast (North Island, N.Z.) -- History -- 19th century 1
Gate Pa (N.Z.), Battle of, 1864 1
Islands, Bay of (N.Z.) -- History -- 19th century 1
Kaitotehe (N.Z.) -- History 1
Kerikeri (N.Z.) -- History -- Sources 1
Land tenure -- New Zealand -- Northland 1
Mana whenua 1
Maori (New Zealand people) -- Land tenure -- Sources 1
Maori (New Zealand people) -- Missions 1
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- Diaries 1
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- History 1
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- History -- Sources 1
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- Kerikeri -- Sources 1
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- Northland 1
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- Rotorua District 1
Missionaries -- New Zealand -- Waikato 1
Missions -- New Zealand -- Islands, Bay of -- History -- Sources 1
Missions -- New Zealand -- North Island -- History -- Sources 1
Missions, New Zealand -- History 1
New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872 -- Personal narratives 1
New Zealand -- History -- Sources 1
Nga¯ Puhi (New Zealand people) -- History -- 19th century 1
Nga¯ti Maniapoto (New Zealand people) -- History -- Sources 1
Nga¯ti Porou (New Zealand people) -- History -- 19th century 1
Ngā Pakanga Whenua o Mua 1
Northland (N.Z.) -- History 1
Opotiki (N.Z.) -- History 1
Port Waikato (N.Z.) -- History 1
Puriri (N.Z.) -- History 1
Rotorua District (N.Z.) -- History -- Sources 1
Tauranga (N.Z.) -- History 1
Tauranga (N.Z.) -- History -- Sources 1
Te Awamutu (N.Z.) -- History -- Sources 1
Waikato (N.Z.) -- History 1
Waimate (Taranaki, N.Z.) -- History -- Sources 1
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