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Marsden, Samuel
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Correspondence

  • AU AU-MTC 114/4
  • Série
  • 1946-1993

Includes correspondence relating to the Constitution of the Anglican Church of Australia, letters to Prime Minister Whitlam and correspondence with D.B. Knox relating to his role as lecturer in Church Law and the donation of Samuel Marsden's sermon manuscripts to Moore College in 1961.

Johnstone, John Roderic Lindsay

Copy of Letter from Samuel Marsden and Rowland Hassall to Thomas Moore, 17th March 1813

Dear Sir,
We the undersigned being appointed to value the Farm of Captain Waterhouse on the North side of Parramatta River, have this day taken into consideration, and from the Fences and Buildings having gone to utter Ruin, we are of opinion that the said Premises are worth no more than One hundred and sixty Pounds Sterling to be paid on demand; as nothing can be taken into consideration but the Land and Situation except what sawed Timber may be found in the Ruins, which may help the Purchaser in his Improvements. The above we have mentioned to Mr. Hannibal McArthur who has agreed to become Purchaser upon your giving him possession and a regular Transfer.
We are &c [Signed]
Saml. Marsden
Rowland Hassall
PS: inclosed [on reverse] is Mr. H. McArthur's Note relative to the Purchase of the same to which he requests an immediate answer.
[Reverse]
"Account Sales of 25 Head of Horned Cattle sold by Auction by D. Bevan, the property of Captain
Waterhouse." [Amounting to:] £169: 0: 0

Papers of Captain Henry Waterhouse

  • AU AU-MTC 084/1
  • Collection
  • 1793-1813

Manuscript Letter from Henry Waterhouse [England] to [Thomas Moore], 20 October 1804
Capt Henry Waterhouse to Mr. Thomas Moore, Builder, New South Wales, favored by Mr. Blaxland, 18 September 1806
Capt Henry Waterhouse to Thomas Moore, 24 April 1812
Instrument signed by Henry Waterhouse appointing Thomas Moore as *'my true and Lawful Attorney to act for me in all cases the same as if I myself was present", dated 23 April 1812
William Waterhouse, 6 Smith Square, Westminster, to Thomas Moore, 21 September, 1812, re death of his son Captain Henry Waterhouse
Copy of Henry Waterhouse's Will, dated 22 May, 1793, with annexed instrument [Grant of Administration] and Seal of the Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury, appointing William Waterhouse as Executor, 14 August 1812
Indenture made in Sydney on 17th August 1797, between Philip Schaffer of Parramatta and Henry Waterhouse of Sydney for the sale of The Vineyard. Parramatta, "laying on the North side of the Creek leading to Parramatta" containing by estimation 140 acres of land, granted to Philip Schaffer by Crown Grant dated 5th April 1787
Copy of Land Grant, John Hunter to Captain Henry Waterhouse, for 4Vi acres in the District of Parramatta
Copy of Letter from Samuel Marsden and Rowland Hassall to Moore, with assessment of value of Waterhouse's farm at Parramatta
Documents relating to sale of cattle belonging to Waterhouse, and drafts sending proceeds to London
Land Grant, and appended wafer seal, Governor John Hunter to James Redman, District of Banks Town, 60 acres of land called Redman Farm dated 12 March 1800, with further notation on reverse of deed recording conveyance of same land by subsequent sale for £50 Sterling by Mary Marlborough to Thomas Moore, dated 6 December 1809
Payment Order dated 3rd May, 1813 & signed by John Berick, Paymaster 1 Batt. 73rd Regiment of Foot, drawn on the 1st Battalion, 73d Regiment of Foot, in Sydney, NSW, for pay owing to H.McArthur for £160 included in Paymaster's Monthly Estimate for services specified in the Order to the 24th April, 1813
Payment Order dated 3rd May, 1813, & signed by John Berick, Paymaster 1 Batt. 73rd Regiment of Foot, drawn on the 1st Battalion, 73d Regiment of Foot, in Sydney, NSW, for pay owing to Captain William Waterhouse for £165: 13: 6 included in Paymaster's Monthly Estimate for services specified in the Order to the 24th April, 1813

Waterhouse, Henry

Historical articles

  • AU AU-MTC 147/1
  • Série
  • 1960-1990

Includes material on Digby Marsh Berry, Samuel Marsden, and the towns of Windsor and Wilberforce

Abbott, Leonard

Reference material

  • AU AU-MTC 093/23
  • Série
  • 1950-1996

This series contains short publications, articles, and coursework material - mostly theological - on a range of topics of interest to Mary Andrews. Some of them were originally separated and presented as coherent courses of study, but others have been compiled from disparate corners of the collection during the sorting phase. Ordination of Women Background Material: Theological and sociological articles and reports, along with some pertinent news stories, debating the propriety of including women in ordained ministry. Christian Counselling Correspondence Course: Run by the Christian Counselling Institute, taking the form of loose papers divided into ten lessons by blue separators. Mary Andrews may have taken this course in 1970 (according to the date on the attached cover letter) or examined it for potential use in the Deaconess House. Deaconess Andrews extended the Deaconess House curriculum to include lectures in counselling from government departments and Sydney University staff following a trip to the UK in 1958-9 in which she researched training methods. Reports on Ministry and Missiology: Booklets and single articles from a variety of sources, many of them ecumenical. Some of these were most likely received as readings to inform the topics of discussion at conferences attended by Deaconess Andrews run by the World Council of Churches, Church Women United, and other similar organisations. Contents include sociological, theological and creative analyses of world evangelisation. Short Guides: Short articles from a wide range of sources that contain concrete guides for the content of prayer or preaching.
*Samuel Marsden in New Zealand: Articles, book extracts and press clippings relating to Samuel Marsden's trip to Matauri Bay in 1814 and its 175th anniversary in 1989.

Andrews, Mary Maria