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Journal

  • AU PMB MS 117
  • Collection
  • 1854 - 1860

Bell was a missionary to Hawaii for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

The journal covers Bell's career in Hawaii during 1854 - 1860.

Bell Eli

Out letters to LMS, London

  • AU PMB MS 127
  • Collection
  • 1900 - 1946

These documents originally formed part of the archives of the Samoan District Committee and later Samoan District Council of the London Missionary Society, and were formerly held at Malua, Western Samoa. The Samoan District Committee was replaced by the Council in 1928.

Letters to the London Missionary Society in London from LMS missionaries in Samoa.

London Missionary Society - Samoan District

Out letters to LMS agent, Sydney

  • AU PMB MS 132
  • Collection
  • 1908 - 1947

These documents originally formed part of the archives of the Samoan District Committee and later Samoan District Council of the London Missionary Society, and were formerly held at Malua, Western Samoa. The Samoan District Committee was replaced by the Council in 1928.

Letters from LMS missionaries in Samoa to the LMS agent in Sydney, Australia.

London Missionary Society - Samoan District

Papers relating to his expedition to the Pacific and Moluccas

  • AU PMB MS 135
  • Collection
  • 1525 - 1536

The expedition of Garcia Jofre de Loaisa left Spain for the Moluccas on 24 July 1525, to open up the spice trade initiated by the Magellan expedition. Of the seven ships under Loaisa originally, only four entered the Pacific - via the Strait of Magellan, on 26 May 1526. A few days later, they were separated by a storm. One ship, the Santiago, made her way to Mexico; another, the San Lesmes, was not heard of again; and the remaining two, the Santa Maria del Parral and Santa Maria de la Victoria, crossed the Pacific independently.<BR>The documents on these microfilms concern the fitting out and dispatch of the expedition, accounts of the expedition's proceedings, and claims for salaries by dependents of expedition members who died in the Moluccas or on the voyage out.<BR>Details of contents are given for each reel, however, a more comprehensive listing, including names etc., is available from the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau on request.

The original documents are arranged in bundles or 'patronatos'. The information given is a translated and edited version made by the PMB from that contained on pp.78-91 of the Boletim da Filmoteca Ultramarina Portuguesa, No.32, Lisbon 1966.<BR>Patronato 37, Documents 11-33:<BR>Doc.11: Madrid, 3 April 1525 - remarks on Loaysa's men by Council of the Indies.<BR>Doc.12: Toledo, 13 May 1525 and Santo Domingo, 10 May 1538 - royal letters; orders and instructions.<BR>Doc.13: Instructions to royal officers (who were also members of royal treasury - factors, accountants etc.).<BR>Doc.14: Madrid, 5 April 1525; Instructions to Hernando de Bustamente.<BR>Doc.15: Madrid, 5 April 1525; Instructions to Diego Ortiz.<BR>Doc.16: Toledo, 13 May 1525; Instructions to Diego de Covarrubias.<BR>Doc.17: Contributions to expedition, names, amounts.<BR>Doc.18: Madrid, 5 April 1525 - Appointment of Alonso de Tejada.<BR>Doc.19: Undated account of voyage.<BR>Doc.20: 13 July 1526 and 31 July 1526; Will and inventory.<BR>Doc.21: 18 September 1526, 2 financial docs.<BR>Doc.22: 4 June 1527, Account of San Gabriel.<BR>Doc.23: 17 February 1528 petition for salaries.<BR>Doc.24: Tidore, 11 June 1528 - account of voyage by Hernando de la Torre.<BR>Doc.25: Madrid, 5 November 1529 - Royal decree re payment.<BR>Doc.26: Tidore, 28 October 1528 - Account of relations between fleet and Portuguese in Moluccas.<BR>Doc.27: Cadiz, 10 May 1529 - Account of expedition by Don Rodrigo de Acuna.<BR>Doc.28: Toledo, 29 January 1529 - Royal decree re Moluccas.<BR>Doc.29: n.d. - Law suit re salary.<BR>Doc.30: Palencia, 17 September 1534 - Declaration by sailor of the Santa Maria de la Victoria.<BR>Doc.31: n.d. - Account of voyage and events in Moluccas.<BR>Doc.32: 1535 - Account of several survivors of expedition describing how their diaries, books, maps etc. were confiscated on arrival in Lisbon.<BR>Doc.33: Valladolid, 25 October 1536 - Declaration by a Greek sailor, Francisco de Paris, on events of the voyage.<BR>

Loaisa Garcia Jofre de

Correspondence with LMS agent, Suva

  • AU PMB MS 142
  • Collection
  • 1907 - 1946

These documents originally formed part of the archives of the Samoan District Committee and later Samoan District Council of the London Missionary Society, and were formerly held at Malua, Western Samoa. The Samoan district Committee was replaced by the Council in 1928.

Correspondence of the Samoan District of the LMS with the LMS agent, Suva (Fiji).

London Missionary Society - Samoan District

Journal of a voyage from France to New Caledonia

  • AU PMB MS 148
  • Collection
  • 1873

Achille Ballière (1840-1905) was an architect, writer and politician. As a Communard, he was deported from France in 1873 to New Caledonia. A brief biography of Balliere appears in Patrick O'Reilly's Calédoniens, Paris, 1953.

Written in French, in a minute hand, Ballière’s journal begins on 1 January 1873 when he left the Citadelle de St Martin de Re, a place of detention on an island near Rochefort in the Bay of Biscay. Ballière sailed from Rochefort in the ship Orne and touched at Quiberon, Brest, Dakar, Melbourne and Noumea before reaching the Isle of Pines on 9 May 1873, where he lived for several months. Ballière escaped to Australia with several others in March 1874. He wrote about his experiences in two books: Un voyage de circumnavigation: histoire de la déportation par un des évadés de Noumea, illustrations by G. Save, London, Henry S. King, 1875; and La déportation de 1871: souvenirs d'un évadé de Nouméa, Paris, G. Charpentier et Cie, 1889.

Balliere Achille

Managers

  • AU PMB MS 151
  • Collection
  • 1920 - 31 January 1952

The Levuka Branch of Burns Philp (South Sea) Co. Ltd. was established in 1920

Managers' Reports on Annual Balances:<BR><BR> Reel 1: contains reports for 1920-34<BR> Reel 2: 1935-49<BR> Reel 3: 1950-52

Burns Philp (South Sea) Company Ltd, Labasa Branch, Fiji

Business correspondence

  • AU PMB MS 152
  • Collection
  • 1924 - 1950

The correspondence appears under the following headings - the titles of the individual files:<BR>Trocas & Tortoiseshell - 1924-34<BR>Beche de Mer - 1926-33<BR>Insurance Fund - 1929-32<BR>Taveuni Copra - 1933-38<BR>Copra-buying Agreement - 1935-36<BR>Lomaiviti Trade - 1935-36<BR>Shipping Bottoms - 1936<BR>Important Letters - 1939-50<BR>Chairman of Directors - 1948<BR>Suva-Levuka, General - 1948-49<BR>Price Control - 1948-49<BR>South Sea, General - 1948-49<BR>Bua Province, Copra - 1949-50<BR>Moala and Lau Group Clients - 1949-50<BR>Natewa Bay Clients - 1949-50<BR>Savu Savu Clients - 1949-50<BR>Batiki, Nairai and Gau Clients - 1950<BR>Koro Clients - 1950<BR>Taveuni Clients - 1950<BR>Levuka Shipping - 1950

Burns Philp (South Sea) Company Ltd, Labasa Branch, Fiji

A History of the Church in its Rotuman setting - an introductory outline

  • AU PMB MS 157
  • Collection
  • 1971

This document was a thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Pacific Theological College, Suva, in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Divinity, October 1971.

<I>A History of the Church in its Rotuman Setting - An Introductory Outline</I><BR>Chapter 1: Rotuma Before European Contact<BR>Chapter 2: European Contacts<BR>Chapter 3: Conversion of Rotuma<BR>Chapter 4: The Wars of Religion<BR>Chapter 5: The Peace<BR>Chapter 6: The Present Day Situation

Langi Jioni

General correspondence

  • AU PMB MS 162
  • Collection
  • February 1859 - 1 June 1864

Please see PMB 161

Correspondence from cabinet APM IV ONC in dossiers dated 1857-59, 1860-61, 1862-63, 1864

Roman Catholic Church - New Caledonia

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