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Grey, George, Sir



  • Existence: 1812-1898.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Edward Gibbon Wakefield letters.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-55
Scope and Contents The collection of thirty-eight letters, mostly from Wakefield to Lord Lyttelton, concerns the colonisation of New Zealand and the activities of the Canterbury Association, of which Lord Lyttelton was chairman. The letters were transcribed in 1945 from copies of the originals which had been made some years earlier by Mr. A.H. Johnstone. The location of the originals at the time of copying was unknown, but they are in all probability the letters purchased from Mr. K.A. Webster by...
Dates: 1850 - 1853

Letters from James Fitzgerald and Fanny Fitzgerald to William Sandys Wright Vaux, 1852-1856, together with a poem.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-15
Scope and Contents

Six copies were made by Canterbury University College Library, 1952-1953. Typewritten transcript.

Dates: 1852 - 1856

Sir George Fowlds papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-17
Scope and Contents The bulk of the papers consist of the office records of a Cabinet minister, his earlier and later life being less fully documented. The correspondence covers family, business, political and social matters with a wide array of people in N.Z. and overseas, particularly the United Kingdom, U.S.A., and South Africa. His regular letters to his London friend T.W. Orr provide a commentary on George Fowlds's affairs and the N.Z. scene 1906-1918. There are some 40,000 letters, together with files of...
Dates: 1872 - 1934

Sir George Grey autograph series.

Identifier: Matauranga-Maori MSS-92/1
Scope and Contents

Letters in Maori principally to Sir George Grey; a few in English

Dates: 1848 - 1890

Sir George Grey manuscript collection.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-16
Scope and Contents Comprises copies of the following Ms from the Sir George Grey Maori Manuscripts Collection of Auckland Public Library. No. 28. Legends, traditions, ceremonies etc. in the New Zealand language, collected by Sir G. Grey. No. 49. Ancient poems, written from the dictation of old chiefs, at Wainui, on the northern shore of Cook's Straits, in the early part of 1851, by Hori Patara, a native of the Ngati Toa tribe. No. 50.Poems and legends written by Himina te Wehi, and other natives. No. 51....
Dates: n.d.

Te Ua Haumene manuscript.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-33
Scope and Contents

The gospel (Na Rongo Pai) according to Te Ua Haumene, with corrections to the Maori manuscript by Sir George Grey. Ua Rongo Pai sets out the organisation and ethical teaching of the Hauhau Church.

Dates: 1863?

Thomas Philson papers.

 Collection — Mss-rack 1, bay: 3, shelf: 6
Identifier: MSS-Archives-2004/9-Outsize
Scope and Contents A folder containing certificates pertaining to Philson's academic career, and documents of appointments to various medical positions. The material consists of: 4 certificates in Latin recording Philson's academic progress, dated 29 April 1835, 29 April 1837, 1 May 1838, 29 April 1839; 1 attendance certificate, 29 April 1839; a document authorized by Queen Victoria, 30 September 1844, appointing Philson assistant surgeon to the 58th Regiment; document of appointment as surgeon to the Auckland...
Dates: 1835-1887

William Steadman Aldis papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-1
Scope and Contents

Collection comprises a scrapbook compiled by Amy Aldis who pasted ephemera, letters, photographs, and a biography of her father, into a roll book recording attendance and marks for mathematics classes held in 1892 and 1893 at Auckland University College.

Dates: 1858 - 1928

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Legislators -- New Zealand -- Correspondence 2
Auckland (N.Z.) -- History 1
Businessmen -- New Zealand -- Auckland 1
Canterbury (N.Z.) -- History -- Sources 1
Christianity and culture -- New Zealand 1