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Authentic history of the Mutineers of the Bounty

  • AU PMB MS 99
  • Collection
  • 1820 - 1821

Samuel Greatheed (d.1823) was one of the founders of the London Missionary Society.This work, written under the pen-name Nausistratus, was published as a series of articles in the <I>Sailor's Magazine and Naval Miscellany</I>, Lon...

Greatheed Samuel

Autobiographical record - Adventures of a Guano Digger in the Eastern Pacific

  • AU PMB MS 20
  • Collection
  • 1871

Chave, born in 1849 probably in England, was manager of the guano diggings on Starbuck Island in 1871, when the island was under lease from the British Government to Holder Bros. of London. Subsequently, Chave appears to have returned to his prof...

Chave Richard Branscombe

Autobiography

  • AU PMB MS 557
  • Collection

Hopkins (1869-1943) served as a missionary with the Melanesian Mission in the Solomon Islands from 1902 to 1925.The autobiography fills 112 typescript pages.

Hopkins Arthur Innes

Autobiography

  • AU PMB MS 133
  • Collection
  • 1859 - 1938

Waller was born on 9 November 1859 in Yorkshire, England. He served as a missionary for the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Hawaii from 1890 until November 1938 when he left for California.Although described as an autob...

Waller Gilbert Johnson

Autobiography

  • AU PMB MS 145
  • Collection
  • 1887 - 1966

Sister Margaret, daughter of the headmaster of Clifton College, an Anglican college in Bristol, was born in 1887. She was educated at St Andrews in Scotland; at a school run by Mrs Leonard Huxley at Priors Field, Godalming; and at Cambridge Unive...

Margaret of the Cross Sister

Autobiography

  • AU PMB MS 649
  • Collection
  • 1932

Ligeremaluoga (c.1890-1972), a New Ireland man, was a leader of the Methodist Church in New Britain and New Ireland.The material microfilmed comprises the first and probaly the third (and last) volumes of Ligeremaluoga's autobiography. The s...

Ligeremaluoga

Autobiography

  • AU PMB MS 12
  • Collection
  • 1803 - 1852

Captain Edward Primrose Tregurtha (1803-1880) was born in Cornwall and died in Launceston, Tasmania. He went to sea at an early age, and made voyages to the Far East and India. In 1831-33, as master of the whaler Caroline, he made an extensive w...

Tregurtha Captain Edward Primrose

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