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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/B/OMS/C MA O 7/1-125
TitleAnsorge, Rev. Paul G.
Extent125 docs.
Date1857-1880
DescriptionMauritius: Grand River 1857-1858; Plaines Wilhems 1859; superintendent Orphan Asylum, Powder Mills, Pamplemousses 1858-1869; St Paul's, Port Louis 1870-1871; [Belvidere], Beau Bassin 1872; Rose Hill, Plaisance 1875-1880
/1-87 Letters 1857-63, 1866-72, 1875-80 [1857 letters relating to work amongst Indians] including: /15,25,27,34,63-64,66,68 Letters from Mrs Louisa Ansorge 1860-63, 1876;
/46 Includes reference to hurricane Mar 1868;
/82 Letter from son Paul 1879;

/88-92 Journal extracts: Sep 1858, Jun - Aug 1859, 31 Mar - 22 Apr 1860, 20 Apr - 27 May 1861, 9 - 26 Jul 1862;

/93 Report 1865;
/94-109 Annual letters for 1857-63, 1865, 1867, 1870-72, 1875-78;
/110 Petition from St Paul's Plaine Vestry not to send Ansorge to Seychelles (240 names) 1871;
/111 Petition from St. Paul's Vestry, Plaine Verte, Port Louis, not to send Ansorge away (227 names) 1879;
/112-115 Medical certificates 1864, 1874, 1879;
/116-118 Copies of correspondence between Ansorge, the bishop and CMS conference, relating to proposed transfer of Powder Mill orphanage to Plaisance, Rose Hill 1877;
/119 Notes on proposed General Church Council by Ansorge 1878;
/120-122 Copies of report of commission of enquiry, correspondence, depositions, remarks and papers relating to charges brought by members of P.A.'s congregation against Mr. Kooshallee and the catechists in Port Louis 1879: comment by bishop of Mauritius [see O 6d/60] 1880;
/123 Letter to Ansorge from C. Macklin, Cairo, relating to death of Mr. [James] Taylor, Miss Phipps fiance 1865;
/124 Memorandum presenting general view of CMS work in Mauritius from its commencement in 1855, by P. A.;
/125 Notes of statistics for work amongst Calcutta people 1862
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