Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/B/OMS/C I2 O33
TitleBannister, William
Extent53 docs.
DescriptionSecretary Madras Corresponding Committee Oct 1828 - Oct 1829
/1-53 Correspondence and papers 1828-31, 1838 including:
/4 Copy of letter to G. J. Casamajor of Madras Civil Service from J. C., Bellary relating to establishment of Telegu mission at Ghooty 1827;
/8 Proceedings relating to establishment in Ceded district, Bellary committee 1828;
/10 Relating to death of Rev. J. Kindlinger at Pulicat 1829;
/12 Includes copy of proposals for grammar school on Nilgherry Hills 1829;
/13-14 Includes reference to Valentine Coombes 1829;
/15 Letter from Mrs. H. M. Kindlinger 1829;
/16 Rules of the printing office 1829;
/17 Thomas Scott Savory: indenture to be trained as missionary under CMS Madras [1829];
/18 George Lane: indenture [as /17] [1809];
/21-23 Correspondence relating to differences between Bannister and president of Madras Corresponding Committee, Rev. Thomas Robinson [/22] appendices 1-30 1829;
/26 Circular relating to formation of ladies society for Native Female Education in Madras (with Mrs. Kindlinger as worker) [printed] 1829;
/28 Letter from Henry Baker with report of visit to schools in Tellicherry and Cannanore districts 1829;
/30 Description of the idols from Tinnevelly [sent to CMS headquarters: detailed: Kannapur; the bride of the rajah of Coilsegaraputnam, the daughter of Kammadu; two headed cobra's hood on head of Kittnen as a child: also gives legends by C. Rhenius] 1829;
/31 Correspondence between C. T. E. Rhenius and Archdeacon Robinson relating to refusal to baptise illegitimate child of non-church-going parents 1829;
/36 Nilgherry Hill sub-committee: report: with Madras Corresponding Committee minutes 4 Sep - 29 Dec 1829;
/39 Receipt from Arbuthnot & Co. 1830;
/46-49 Copies of papers and correspondence relating to Bannister's withdrawal from Madras Auxiliary Bible Society committee following trouble with Rev. F. Spring 1829-31 [see also O13/4]
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