Letter from Thomas H. Bartley to Henry Williams, June 12, 1850
MS-1991-75-7 (Reference Number)
Box 1 - Folder 2
Commenting on the dismissal of Henry Williams from the Church Missionary Society (CMS). Excerpts from the text read: 'Tis not in human nature to suppose you unaffected by this blow'; 'In honest truth, I for one think you could not have done otherwise than you have done, in other words, I would have acted precisely in the same manner.'
4pp on 1 Leaf ; 230mm x 377mm
Letter from Thomas H. Bartley to Henry Williams, June 12, 1850,Williams, Algar Temple, 1877-1966,1783 - 1963,MS-1991-75-7
Thomas Bartley was a solicitor turned politician from Liverpool, who immigrated to New Zealand in 1839. He was elected representative of Auckland in the First New Zealand Parliament of 1854.
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