Mrs. Bousfield was wife of Henry Brougham Bousfield, first Bishop of Pretoria. Henry Bousfield (1832-1902) graduated M.A. at Caius College, Cambridge, held the living at Foxcott, near Andover, and the position of Rural Dean, 1872-1878. In 1878 he sailed to Cape Colony, where he established the Anglican See of Pretoria.
Typescript copy or draft of an article by Eve Palmer, Journey to Pretoria in 1878: Diary of Mrs. Bousfield, wife of the City's first bishop.
The letter was purchased from Argyll Etkin Ltd. on 19th August 1999.Access Conditions
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The library holds a card index of all manuscript collections in its reading room.Related Units of Description
Lambeth Palace Library holds Henry Bousfield correspondence mainly concerning the Transvaal mission, 1876-1882. The William Cullen Library, Church of the Province of South Africa Central Record Library holds 50 volumes of related papers.
Bousfield | Henry Brougham | 1832-1902 | Bishop of Pretoria
Bousfield | Mrs. | Wife of Henry Brougham Bousfield, Bishop of Pretoria
South Africa | Description and travel