Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/B/OMS/C I2 O203
TitleRobinson, Archdeacon Thomas
Extent3 docs.
DescriptionPresident of Madras Corresponding Committee: Madras 1828-1829
/1-2 Letters 1828-29:
/1 Includes reference to CMS Auxiliary Association formed at Bellary by Rev. H. Harper, also relating to Perambore seminary 1828;
/2 Letter and papers relating to behaviour of Madras Corresponding Committee secretary [W. Bannister] particularly relating to making public confidential remarks [stemming from differences between lay and clerical members of committee] and acting without informing Robinson as president [relating to formation of committee to promote female education and consequent difficulties with SPG missionaries at Vepery] 1829;
/2/1 Letter from John Hallewell, Ootacamund to Robinson 2 Jul 1829;
/2/2 Private letter from Robinson to Secretaries London 11 Jul 1829;
/2/3 Official letter of complaint from Robinson to Secretaries 20 Jun 1829 with enclosures A-I;
/2/4 Enclosure A: note from Robinson to W. Bannister; circular from Bannister to missionaries Apr 1829;
/2/5 Enclosures B-C: mission secretary's minute and correspondence with remarks by Robinson May 1829;
/2/6 Enclosure D: printed circular relating to formation of Ladies Committee to support Mrs. Kindlinger in promoting female education May 1829;
/2/7 Enclosure E: paper sent by Robinson to meeting of Corresponding Committee 20 May 1829;
/2/8 Enclosure F: letter from Rev. J. W. Doran, Cottayam, to Bannister relating to resignation following information from Robinson on claims of widows of missionaries for financial support from CMS Mar 1829;
/2/9 Enclosure G: letter from Robinson to Doran [referred to in enclosure F] Apr 1829;
/2/10 Enclosure H: Robinson's report on correspondence [with government] relating to proposed school in Nilgherries Jun 1829;
/2/11 Enclosure I: private letter from governor to Robinson relating to unwise action of building sub-committee for Nilgherry Hills institution Jun 1829;
/3 Statement from clergy of Madras archdeaconry protesting against exclusion from committee meetings of his clergy: signed by Robinson and 6 chaplains: William Roy, William Moorsom, F. Spring, H. Harper, Jos. Wright and John Hallewell 1829
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