Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/B/OMS/C I3 O30/1-47
TitleFarrar, Rev. Charles Pinhorn
Extent47 docs.
DescriptionBandora 1832; Nasik 1832-1845
/1-18 Letters 1832-33, 1842, 1844 including:
/2 Includes description of visit to caves of Ambala 1832;
/3B Medical certificate: Mrs. Farrar 1832;
/3C Medical certificate: Henry Farrar (son) 1832;
/7 Includes postscripts relating to Puseyites and Tractarianism in Bombay, with particular reference to the Bombay Corresponding Committee 1843;
/11 Relating to converts (with biographical details) 1845;
/12B Letter to S. d Murray reference to Corresponding Committee resolution referring to grant for English and Female schools 1846;
/14B Letter to Farrar from students [6 names] 1846;
/18 Includes reference to converts in Malegaon 1847;

/19-20 Letters to bishop of Bombay reference to death of Mr. Dickson (Dixon) 1846;

/21-45 Journal extracts (include reference to Hindu rites, also descriptions of places visited) 1830-31, 1833-38, 1842-45: 1 Oct - 8 Nov 1830; 17 Feb - Apr 1831; Apr 1833; Mar - Dec 1834; 1835-1836; Jan - Mar 1837; Apr - Sep 1838; 1842-1843, Sep - Dec 1844; Jan - Mar 1845 including:

/22 Includes tour through Deccan to Poona and Nasik with Mr. Wilson of the Scottish mission 17 Feb - 19 Mar 1831 (includes description of caves of Kali 22 Feb) 1831;
/24 Includes copy of letter from Farrar, W. Mitchell and J. Dixon to Thomas Carr with his reply on his appointment as archdeacon of Bombay 1833;
/27 At back: comments on Farrar's 'scriptural expositions' in Marathi by Captain Molesworth and Lieut. Thomas Candy 1834;
/29A Concludes with translation of Hindu prayer or hymn to 'Wyunkutesh' an incarnation of Vishnu 1835;
/29B Prayer [as in 29A] in Marathi 1835;
/30 Includes copy of letter to bishop of Calcutta giving report on mission, also relating to state of church in India and its relationships with press 1835;
/31 Includes list of money paid to various temples in Nasik and Trimbuch 1835;
/32 Journal of tour with Mr. Allen of the American mission Dec 1835 - Mar 1836: Nasik, Ahmednagar, Sholapur, Bejapur, Pundurpur, Satara, Poona, Nasik;
/38 Includes statistics for schools 1842;
/40 Includes itinerating tour of district around Nasik; Ahmednagar (including visiting Brooke White at Astagaon [Astagaum] with comments on state of mission there), Poona [Captain Candy superintendent of Sanskrit College] 26 Oct - 17 Dec 1842;
/45B Account of three converts baptised at Nasik Mar 1845;

/46 Report of Nasik mission 1837;
/47 Account of proceedings of CMS Western India mission from 1820 to 1846
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