Item 11 - Milne, Peter Reverend - correspondence

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Milne, Peter Reverend - correspondence


  • 1871 (Creation)

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Correspondence relating to the massacre of the crew of the 'Fanny', a labour vessel from Fiji, in retaliation of the kidnapping of women from the island by the crew of the Fanny. Contains: 4 letters and report. John B. Thurston to Rev. Mills 20/8/1871; Minute of the Synod of New Hebrides Meeting relating to the incident, 11/7/1871; copy of a letter signed by the Rev. Inglis and Paton to the Rev. Dr. Steele, 19/8/71; part of a letter from Philip Thorpe, nd. PCANZ Archive Item number: NZ-469-1-3; 2000/0072/3. Item 1 of 'Milne, Peter Reverend - correspondence' microfilmed at PMB MS 197.

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