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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/B/OMS/C I3 O29/1-38
TitleFarrar, Mrs. Caroline
Extent38 docs.
Date1831-1847
DescriptionGirls' school Bandora (Bombay) 1831-1832; Female schools Nasik 1832-1847
/1-16 Letters 1831-37, 1844-47 [Mrs. Mitchell took needlework class, Nasik 1833 onwards] including:
/1 Includes reference to female school at Salsette 1831;
/4 Asks for camera lucida 1832;
/7 Includes account of Hindu funeral also description of effect of Hindu ceremonies on her son Frederic (aged 3) 1834;
/9 Relating to son Frederic and need for children not to be brought up in non-Christian surroundings 1835;
/10B Report of 'Nasik school for destitute females' 1835;
/13 Relating to proposed home in England for missionaries' children, to be run by Mrs. Farrar's sisters (in Aylesbury, Bucks.) 1844;
/15 Relating to Ram Krishna and death of wife and child 1846;

/17-35 Journal extracts 1831-38, 1842-45: Dec 1831; Jan, May - Jun, Oct - Dec 1832; Jan - May 1833; May - Aug 1834; Mar - Dec 1835; 1836-1837; Jan - Oct 1838; Jun - Aug 1842; Jun - Dec 1843; Jan, Jul - Nov 1844; Jan - Mar 1845 including:
/26 Reports arrival of six African freed slave children in Nasik 16 Mar 1836;

/36 Report: Nasik Female School 1837;
/37 "The civil, domestic and moral condition of the native woman" [by Mrs. Farrar]: 'The Evangelist and Reporter' Oct 1836, pp.30-37 [printed];
/38 Description of two women grinding at a mill [possibly caption from drawing (missing)] nd
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