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Collection Index:COLENSO, John William, Letters, 1842-1864
Collection Name:John William COLENSO Letters 1842-1864
AB2086 John William COLENSO Letters 1842-1864   
 COLENSO, John William, Letters   
 AB2086f   
    
 Copyright 2011, Historical Papers, The Library, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa   
    
 The digitisation and on-line publication of this collection was funded through a generous grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies.   
    
 Letters, 3 ALS, 1842-1864, folio items   
    
 Archivist's notes   
 Letters digitised and published   
 Deborah Wilson, Digital Archivist, May 2011   
    
Letter, 1842 (watermark) to "My dear Sir", 6 pages, writing of his early religious beliefs and of Cambridge where he studied John William Colenso 1842 
    
Letter, 7 May 1864, Kensington, to "My dear Sir", 2 pages, referring to unnamed "liberal" clergymen who have communicated privately with him John William Colenso 7 May 1864 
    
Correspondence in rhyme with Abp. C.T.Longley in which Longley urges him "To resign this Zulu Diocese of mine - and hold myself a heathen dark because I've doubts of Noah's ark" John William Colenso 1864 
    
Letter, 15 February 1883, Bishopstowe, to "Sir", 1 page, reffering to a church of England School (No original for this letter) John William Colenso 15 February 1883