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					PACIFIC MANUSCRIPTS BUREAU
Room 4201 Coombs Building Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200 Australia Telephone: (612) 6125 2521 Fax: (612) 6125 0198 E-mail: pambu@coombs.anu.edu.au http://rspas.anu.edu.au/pambu/

PMB 1203 Rev. Shirley W. BAKER and Beatrice BAKER: Tongan papers, 1849-1950 REEL LIST

Part of the collection of Dorothy Crozier, having been given to Ms Crozier by Lillian (Koo) Baker in 1950. Ms Crozier bequeathed the Baker Papers to the Mitchell Library which transferred them to the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau in August 2001. Ewan Maidment PMB Executive Officer June 2003

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PMB 1203/Reel 1 PMB 1203/Reel 1-2 PMB 1203/Reel 2 PMB 1203/Reels 2-3 PMB 1203/Reel 3 PMB 1203/Reel 3 PMB 1203/Reel 3 PMB Doc 463 PMB 1203/Reels 3-4 PMB 1203/Reel 4 PMB 1203/Reel 4 PMB 1203/Reel 4 PMB 1203/Reels 4-5 PMB 1203/Reel 5 PMB 1203/Reel 5 PMB 1203/Reel SB/1-5 SB/6-187 SB/188-226 SB/227-232 SB/233-235 SB/236-247 SB/248-255 SB/256-266 SB/266-297 SB/298317A SB/318-329 Correspondence-out: press-copy letters Correspondence-in Articles, reports, diaries, notes, texts and other documents Vocabulary, Words and Meanings, Dictionary Genealogies Mission and Church Related Papers Documents relating to Government and Kingdom of Tonga Tongan Government Publications Tongan Government Publications, cont. Other printed material relating to Tonga Tonga: An Historical Collection from Voyages and Discoveries with Explanatory Remarks, by Beatrice Baker Memoirs of the Rev. Shirley Waldemar Baker, by Beatrice Baker Extracts: transcripts of various documents Press Cuttings Miscellaneous Papers Photographs 1873-1880 1849, 18601913, 1950 c.1879-1906 n.d. n.d. 1874-1890 1879-1900

1863-1951 n.d.

SB/330-339 SB/340-348 SB/349-370 SB/371-379 SB/380-383

1922-1951 1876-1885 1879-1911 1860-1932 n.d.

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See following Reel List for details.

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BAKER PAPERS Title Correspondence-out: press copy letters.

REEL LIST

Reel No.

Locatio n No.

Date

Reel 1

SB/1

Presscopy letters. Ms., c100pp. Very fragile condition ff.31-33, Baker, Sydney, to ? f.353, Incomplete. f.591, Statistics of the Friendly Islands. f.689-690, Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to ? Incomplete. f.42-43, Baker to Moulton. ff.79-80, Baker to ? f.90, Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to ? f.124, Baker to Rev. Thomas. f.131, Baker to Watkin. f.150, Baker to Rev J B Watkin. Incomplete. f.241, Baker to his Mother. Incomplete. ff.282-284, Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to Sir A Gordon, High Commissioner of the Western Pacific, Governor of Fiji, etc. etc. f.285, Hinley, Tongatabu, to Baker. Copy. ff.289-290, re Bank of Tonga. ff.315-319, Sir A. Gordon, Remarks. ff.338–341, Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to Thos B Chapman. ff.347-348, Baker to Rev J B Watkin, incomplete. f.388, Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to A P Maudslay, HBM Consul and Deputy Commissioner. f.389, Baker to A P Mandalay, HBM Consul and Deputy Commissioner. ff.391-395, From our own Correspondent. ff.396-400, Baker to Bro Laugham. ff.417-418, Baker to ? Incomplete letter. ff.426-440, Baker to Rev. F. Laugham. ff.485-490, Recipes & accounts? ff.491-492, Baker, Nuku‘alofa to Rev Brown. ff.272-273, Th. Weber to ?. Incomplete. ff.274-275, Baker to Weber, Imperial German Consul, Samoa. ff.285-288, Baker to Rev. Chapman. ff.339-340, pp.6-7 of incomplete letter. Annotation: ―October 7th 1879‖. ff.383-385, Baker, Auckland, to Watkin ff.397-398 Baker, Auckland, to Watkin. f.399, Baker to Kigi Jiaoji Tubou. ff.400-401, Baker to Kigi Jiaoji Tubou. ff.406-407, Baker to Watkin. Incomplete. ff.411-413, Baker, Auckland, to A J Smith. ff.451-452, Extract from a private letter from a party in Fiji. Presscopy Letters ff.61-63. f.270. Incomplete. f.304. From Nuku‘alofa Tonga. Incomplete. f.312. From Nuku‘alofa Tonga. Incomplete. f.324. Incomplete. 3

1870s 17 Feb 1873

3 Apr 1875 31 Aug 1875 2 Jul 1877? 10 Sep 1876? 17 Nov 1875 1875 7 May 1878 20 June 1878 20 Jun 1878 n.d. n.d. 13 Jul 1878 27 Aug 1878 29Aug 1878 29 Aug 1878 2 Sep 1878 Sep 1878? n.d. 25 Oct 1878(?) 7 Mar 1876 20 Jun 1879 27 Jun 1879

23 Dec 1879 26 Dec 1879 26 Dec 1879 20 Feb 1880 26 Feb 1880 1873-1880 n.d. n.d. 27 Dec 1873 30 Dec 1873 n.d.

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BAKER PAPERS f.410. Shirley Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to A.P. Miller. f.419-420. Incomplete. f.427. Incomplete. f.429. Incomplete. ff.432-433. Baker. Nuku‘alofa, to ? Incomplete. f.453. Baker to ? Incomplete. f.681. Incomplete. f.717. Incomplete. f.721. Incomplete. f.767. Baker‘s signature only. f.259. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to Sir Arthur Gordon. Incomplete. f.286. Incomplete. ff.304-306. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to Weber, Imperial German Consul. Incomplete. ff.418-421. Baker, Auckland, to S.C. Damon, Honolulu (?) ff.430-432. Baker, Auckland, to Aunt Charlotte Bumstead.

REEL LIST 30 Mar 1874 n.d. n.d. n.d. 14 May 1874 n.d. n.d. 22 Apr 1875 14 May 1875 n.d. 20 May 1879 n.d. 21 Aug 1879 27 Feb 1880 2 Mar 1880

SB/3

SB/4

Compilation of Fiji-in from Layard and Baker’s replies. Very fragile condition. ff. 382-424, 426-427. Consul Leyard‘s despatch and the Rev. S.W. Baker‘s reply to him. Including statement of Consul Weber. Fragments Loose press copies, mainly blank, together with a letter book cover in which there are Ms pencil (drafts?) of the following documents: Baker to Superintendent of Auckland Province, 15 Apr 1875; Baker to agent of Goddefroy & Sons, Tonga, 22 Apr 1875; Baker to Leyard, British Consul Fiji, 31 Mar 1876; and Wesleyan Mission of Tonga ―Model Deed‖; Diary note, 25 June 1875; Printed correspondence re Baker Case, pp.5-10, Oct 1879. Correspondence-in Jiaoji Balijati, Consul of the Queen of ‗Bolotane‘, letter to Kigi Jiaoji (The King) from ship of the Queen of ‗Bolotane‘, Tafine, Vava‘u, re ‗Thefts‘. Ms., 2pp. In Tongan. W. Blake letter to St. Julian, re ―fono‖ (meeting) on 9 Jan 1855 of Tubou, King of Tonga, with Napoleon III, Emperor of France. Transcript, Ms., 1p. In Tongan. ** Australian Wesleyan Methodist Church. Credentials for Mr Baker. Ms., 1p. Jiaosi Tubou, Nuku‘alofa, letter to Mr Baker. Ms., 2pp. In Tongan. O.J. Olsson, Lifuka, Ha‘apai, letter to Baker. Ms., 2pp. Rydberg, Lifuka, Ha‘apai, letter to Baker. Ms., 1p. Note on rebuilding ‗Saione‘, the Wesleyan Church on the hill at Nukualofa, in 1872. Ms., 1p. ** Receipts & lists of bills: Nuku‘alofa, 16 Aug 1872; Niua Fo‘ou, 11 Aug 1872; Niua Toputapu, 1 Aug 1872. Ms., 4pp. Halloran, Colonial Secretary‘s Office, Sydney, to Baker. Ms., 5pp. J.P. Miller‘s Secretary to Misa Beka (arrived 25 Mar 1874). Ms., 5pp. In Tongan. 4

Feb 1876

SB/5

SB/6

30 Oct 1849

SB/7

19 Mar 1860

SB/8 SB/9 SB/10 SB/11 SB/12 SB/13 SB/14 SB/15

13 Jul 1860 8 Dec 1865 Jun 1866 13 Jun 1866 1872 1 Aug 1872 10 Apr 1873 24 Mar 1874

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REEL LIST 24 Mar 1874 30 Sep 1875 29 Aug 1876 13 Nov 1876 28 Nov 1876 22 Dec 1876 8 Feb 1877

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J.P. Miller for the King – Resolution of Meeting of Chiefs. Ms., 4pp. Uiliami Tugi (Chairperson), Parliament House, to Kigi Jiaoji Tubou, re appreciation of Constitution. Ms., 3pp. In Tongan. R.H. Meade to Sec. Wesleyan Missionary Society. Ms., 3pp. Jiaoji Tubou, Palace, Nuku‘alofa, to Misa Jiabimani, re rumours about Mr Baker as King of Tonga. Ms., 4pp. In Tongan. Fred Laugham, Bau, to Baker. Ms., 2pp. Wesleyan Missionary Society, London, to Baker. Ms., 6pp. Kalolaine Lauji‗i (wife of Josaia Lauji‗i), Bagai, Lifuka, to Shirley Baker, re last words and death of Josaia Lauji‘i Ms., 7pp.** Jiaoji Tubou, Palace, Nuku‘alofa, to Shirley Baker. Letter transcribed and translated by Beatrice Baker. Ms., 2pp. ** W.T. Gus, Nuku‘alofa, to Mr Beika, Wesleyan Minister (Faifekau Uesiliana). Ms., 2pp. D. Wilkinson, Nuku‘alofa, to Mr Langham. Ms., 3pp. Alfred P. Maudslay, British Consulate, Nuku‘alofa, Tongatapu, to [recipient unknown]. Ms., 4pp. Fred Laugham, Levuka, to Mr Baker. Ms., 4pp. Bound letters between Alfred P. Maudslay, HBM Consul, Tonga, and Reverend B. Chapman, General Secretary of Aus. Wes. Missionary Society, Ms., 9pp., including the following:  Doc. No.6. Mr. Maudslay, British Consulate, Nuku‘alofa, Tonga, to the Rev. B. Chapman, Gen. Secretary of the Australian Missionary Society, Sydney.  Doc. No.8. Rev B. Chapman to Mr. Maudslay.  Doc. No.9. Rev B. Chapman to British Consulate, Apia, Samoa.  Doc. No.10. Letter from Benjamin Chapman to [recipient unknown]. Fred Laugham, Bau, to Bro Baker. Ms., 2pp. G. T. ‘Unga (on behalf of the King), Palace, Nuku‘alofa, to Misa Jiabimani and Misa Kalake, Reps of Church in Sydney. Ms., 5pp. Uiliami Tugi, Fasi. Letter re treaty with Germany. Ms., 1p. File GT 3. G.T. ‘Unga, Premier of Tonga, Premier‘s House (Fale‘oe Palemia). Ms., 2pp. File GT 4. G.T. ‘Unga, Nuku‘alofa to [recipient not defined], re Government Statement. Ms., 1p. ** B. Chapman, Auckland, to the President of the Australian Wesleyan Missionary Conference, 26 Oct(?) 1879; together with Baker (?), Nukualofa, to Revs. Chapman and W. Clarke Deputation, 7 Oct 1879, incomplete. Ms., 14pp. Jiaoji Tubou, Nuku‘alofa, to Jiabimani, Misa Kalake, representative of Sydney Church, re deporting of S.W. Baker. Ms., 6pp. Tonga, Nuku‘alofa, to Rev. B. Chapman and Rev. W. Clarke. Ms., 5pp. Misa Beika, Nuku‘alofa, to the King George Tubou. Ms., 4pp. In Tongan. Fred Laugham, Bau, to Mr Baker. Ms., 2pp. Jioaji Tubou, Nuku‘alofa, to Misa Beika, re death of his son. Ms., 1p. 5

10 Dec 1877 21 Jan 1878 1 Aug 1878 5 Sep 1878 6 Nov 1878

24 Jan 1879

19 Mar 1879 25 Jun 1879 22 Jul 1879 10 Mar 1879 17 Oct 1879 24 Oct 1879 24 Oct 1879 24 Oct 1879 7 & 26 Oct 1879

28 Oct 1879

28 Oct 1879 18 Nov 1879 7 Jan 1880 4 Feb 1880

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REEL LIST 23 Mar 1880 26 Jun 1880 2 Jul 1880 2 Jul 1880 9 Oct 1880 15 Oct 1880 25 Nov 1880 3 Dec 1880 11 Jan 1881 14 Mar 1881 5 Apr 1881 6 Apr 1881 6 Apr 1881 7 Apr 1881 25 May 1881

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Frank Firth, Waverley, Sydney NSW, to S.W. Baker, Auckland N.Z. Ms., 1p. Fred Laugham, Bau, to Mr Baker. Ms., 2pp. H.M. King George Tupou, grant of Power of Attorney to S.W. Baker. Ms., 4pp. H.M. King George Tupou, Commission appointing S.W. Baker Agent General. Ms., 2 leaves. J.B. Watkin, Tonga, to Bro. Baker. Ms., 4pp. Baker, Symonds St, Auckland, to President NSW & QLD Conference. Ms., 9pp. Sir Arthur Gordon, Statement re Baker‘s loyalty to Great Britain. Ms., 9pp. Fred Laugham, Bau, to Baker. Ms., 2pp. Thos Buddle to Rev. Ralynack. Ms., 4pp. Fred Laugham, Bau, to Baker. Ms., 3pp. Tubou, Nuku‘alofa, to Misa Uatikini. Ms., 2pp. H.M. King George Tupou, letters patent of denization – S.W. Baker. Ms., 2pp. H.M. King George Tubou, Commission from appointing Baker Premier, etc. Ms., 2pp. Translation in Tonga. Ms. 1p. Shirley Baker, Premier‘s Office, Nuku‘alofa, to H.G. Symonds Esq. HBM Consul. Ms., 1p. File No.52. Shirley Baker, Premier‘s Office, Tonga, to Consul Zembrek. Re 1. Letter from Berlin; 2. English Treaty; 3. Ma‘afu; 4. Knowles. Ms., 9pp. File PC 81.6. S.W. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to the Rev. President of NSW Conference. Ms., 6pp. File 173 Tonga. Tevita Tupou Malohi, Governor of Vava‘u (Kovana ‘o Vava‘u) ADC, Nuku‘alofa, to the Premier (Misa Beika). Ms., 4pp. Minister of Land, Minister‘s Office, to His Majesty, re leases of lands. Ms., 11pp. Mr S.W. Baker, Nuku‘alofa Tonga, to Mr Watkin. Ms., 4pp. Enclosures (original cover-letter missing). Filed in the following order according to page numbers:  Enclosure B. Letter from Henry F. Symonds, Her Majesty‘s Vice Consul, to the Rev. S.W. Baker, Premier of Tonga, 7 December 1882. Ms., 1p.  Enclosure C. Letter from Henry F. Symonds, Her Majesty‘s Vice Consul, to the Rev. S.W. Baker, Premier of Tonga, 23 June 1883. Ms., 2pp.  Enclosure D. Letter from Henry F. Symonds, Her Majesty‘s Vice Consul, to the Rev. S.W.Baker, Premier of Tonga, 7 December 1883. Ms., 2pp.  Enclosure E. The opinion of F. Whitaker relating to the treaty between Tonga and Great Britain, 3 May 1884. Ms., 2pp.  Enclosure F. Sir Frederick Whittiker‘s opinion, 3 May 1884. Ms., 3pp.  Enclosure F(a). Document relating to the amended penalties of the Licensing Act passed 23 October 1882. Ms., 1p.  Enclosure G. An Act relative to Treason. George Tubou R. Ms., 3pp.  Enclosure H. An Act relative to Sedition. George Tubou R., 6

18 Jul 1881 29 Dec 1881

11 Aug 1882 3 Nov 1882

7 Dec 1882

23 Jun 1883

7 Dec 1883

3 May 1884 3 May 1884 n.d. n.d. 23 Oct 1882

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SB/81

23 October 1882. Ms., 4pp. Enclosure I. An Act to regulate licenses for the wholesale vending of spirituous and formented [sic] liquors. George Tubou R., 31 July 1880. Ms., 1p.  Enclosure J. An Act to regulate Restaurant Licenses. George Tubou R., 31 July 1880. Ms., 1p.  Enclosure K. An Act to regulate Auctioneers Licenses. George Tubou R., 31 July 1880. Ms., 1p.  Enclosure L. An Act to regulate the Printing of Newspapers. George Tubou R., 23 October 1883. Ms., 3pp. Reverend Shirley W. Baker, Auckland, to the President NSW & QLD Conference. Ms., 3pp. Shirley W. Baker, Symonds St, Auckland, to Rev W. Moore, President NSW & QLD Conference. Ms., 1pp. MC 84.7. Shirley W. Baker, Macquarie St, Sydney, to Rev W. Moore, Ex-President Wesleyan Conference Chairman of Committee on Tongan Affairs. Ms., 2pp. PC Con 5. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, Tonga, to Commodore J.E. Erskine RN, Australia‘s Station, Sydney, re prisoners at Ha‘apai. Ms., 4pp. Baker (Auckland) to Thurston, Ms., draft, 2pp Thurston – Baker correspondence. 15 letters from J.B. Thurston to Baker, Mss.: 15 Sep 1885, 1 leaf; 16 Sep 1885, 1 leaf; 17 Sep 1885, 1 leaf; 17 Nov 1885, 2 leaves; 23 Jan 1886, 2 leaves; 17 Feb 1886, 2 leaves; 18 Mar 1886, 1 leaf; 19 May 1886, 1 leaf; 11 Jun 1886, 4 leaves; 10 Jul 1886, 3 leaves; 6 Sep 1886, 1 leaf; 14 Sep 1886, 1 leaf; 13 Oct 1886, 1 leaf; 6 Dec 1886, 2 leaves. Jiaoji Tubou, Neiafu, Vava‘u, to Mr Baker, re dispute. Ms., 1p. Encl A. Premier/Minister of Foreign Affairs, ‘Uiha to J.A. Nolan, President of NSW & QLD Conference. Ms., 3pp. PC 20. Mr Baker, Nuku‘alofa, Tonga, to Rev Lorimer Fison. Ms., 2pp. PC 24/85.82. To Reverend Alex Reid. Ms., 2pp. Lorimer Fison, Flemington, to Hon S.W. Baker. Ms., 4pp. The Free Church of Tonga. ‗From our own Correspondent‘. Ms., 2pp. FC 113. Premier, Tonga, to N. Descamp, 10 Sep 1885. Ms., 3pp. Together with: HC 17. Premier to H.B. Symonds, HBM Vice-Consul, 11 May 1885. Ms., 2pp. Premier‘s Office, Nuku‘alofa, to His Majesty Jiaoji Tubou (envelope only). Herald. ‗From our own Correspondent‘, Tonga. Ms., 4pp. S.T. Dunedin, Auckland Club, to Mr Baker. Ms., 4pp. PC 85.134. M.H. Burrell to Rev. Shirley Baker. Ms., 1p. ** To the Editor NZ Herald. Ms., 8pp. PC 85.48. S.T. Dunedin, Bishopsgrove, Dunedin, to S.W. Baker. Ms., 5pp. PC 86.2. Premier, Auckland, to Hon J.B. Thurston, Western Pacific High Commissioner, re Repeat Laws & Tonga Currency. Ms., 2pp. PC 86.153. Shirley Baker, Symonds St, Auckland, to Rev. Geo Brown, Sydney. Ms., 4pp. 7

31 Jul 1880

31 Jul 1880 31 Jul 1880 23 Oct 1883 2 Jun 1883 26 Jun 1883 7 Feb 1884

26 Jun 1884

2 Oct 1884 1885-1886

15 Jan 1885 25 Mar 1885 7 Apr 1885 9 Apr 1885 29 Apr 1885 8 May 1885 11 May 1885 10 Sep 1885 6 Jun 1885 13 Jun 1885 22 Sep 1885 10 Oct 1885 19 Oct 1885 31 Dec 1885 1 Jan 1886

11 Jan 1886

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REEL LIST 6 Feb 1886 1 Mar 1886 1 Mar 1886 26 Mar 1886 30 Mar 1886 22 Apr 1886 22 Apr 1886 6 May 1886 25 May 1886 26 Jun 1886 29 Jun 1886 20 Jul 1886 30 Jul 1886 17 Aug 1886? 23 Sep 1886 21 Oct 1886 16 Dec 1886 12 Jan 1887 13 Jan 1887 31 Jan 1887 Jan 1887 2 Feb 1887 27 Mar 1887 27 Apr 1887 May 1887 26 Jul 1887 28 Jul 1887 30 Jul 1887 6 Feb 1888

PC 86.4. Baker, Premier of Tonga(?) to Hon J.B. Thurston, Acting High Commissioner of the Western Pacific. Ms., 4pp Edwin I. Watkin, Wesley College, Prahran, Victoria, to Jabey. Ms., 10pp. Copy. PC 86.6/ PC 8. Premier, Auckland, to Hon J.B. Thurston CMG. Ms., 4pp. PC88.21. S.W. Baker, Auckland, to Mr Moore. Ms., 2pp. Memo. Conversation, Auckland. Ms., 2pp. Private & Conf. To Sir Julius Vogel KCMB, Colonial Treasurer, Auckland. Ms., 4pp. P&C86.9. Sir Julius Vogel. Ms., pp.3 and 4 (incomplete letter). S.W. Baker, Auckland to High Commissioner, J.B. Thurston, CMG. Ms., 4pp. HM King George Tupou to Queen Victoria re Jubilee of her reign. Ms., 2pp. PC. Letter fragment (letter head) addressed to ―your Excellency‖. PC Con 68. To J.B. Thurston, Governor of Fiji. (Part of a letter – incomplete). Ms., 1p. PC Con 42. J.B. Thurston, Government House, Fiji, to S.W. Baker. Ms., 6pp. PC Con 65. Baker (?) to J.B. Thurston, Governor of Fiji. Ms., 2pp. T. Tu‘akalau, Holonga, to Tobui and Gang. ‗A letter found in Seka‘s suitcase‘. Re agreement to go into war. Unknown writer on board S.S. Suva, Vava‘u Harbour, letter addressed to ‗Your Excellency‘. Ms., 1p. Incomplete. PC Con 107. S.W. Baker, Ha‘apai, to Sir J.B. Thurston, Governor of Fiji. Ms., 2pp. Wilfred Collet, Vava‘u, to Sir. Ms., 4pp. PC Con 144. S.W. Baker, Tonga, to Wilfred Collet, Esq., Vava‘u (in reply to 16 Dec 1886). Ms., 2pp. Official Report of Rev S. Baker in regard to assault on himself and family. Ms., 5pp. Letter: Student toTu‘uhetoka and Bule‘anga, re attempts to shoot Mr. Baker. Ms., 4pp. ―Points in my letter I should like sustained.‖ Re attempted assassination and Dr. Moulton. Ms., 1p. Sekonaia Tu‘uhetoka, Minister of Police, Nuku‘alofa to His Majesty King George, Ms., 3pp. Wilfred Collet, HMS ‗Diamond‘ (OHMS Fiji) to Hon S.W. Baker. Ms., 2pp. MC 87.8. Tonga to J. Mills, Manager NSSCO, Dunedin. Ms., 2pp. Sekonaia Tu‘uhetoka, Minister of Police, Nuku‘alofa, to King Jiaoji. Ms., 19pp. Re report on cause and manner of ‗Dispute‘. ** Baker, King‘s Palace, to Rev. Geo Brown, Gen Sec NSW. Ms., 3pp. 91a/87. Shirley W. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to Reverend Geo Brown. Ms., 4pp. ** 94/87 & 95/87. Shirley W Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to the Rev. Geo Brown & P.P. Fletcher, Deputation from Sydney Cmte. Ms., 3pp. Auditor‘s Certificate, Tonga Govt. A/c 1 Oct 1885 to 30 Sep 1887, Nuku‘alofa, Tongatapu, from Hon Von Treskow & A. 8

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Buckland. Ms., 1p. William Moore, Middleton, to S.W. Baker, Esq. (Premier of Tonga). Ms., 4pp. Assorted Mar 26/88. J.B. Watkin, Nuku‘alofa, to Brother Baker. Ms., 8pp. PC Assorted Mar 26/88. J.B. Watkin, Nuku‘alofa, to Brother Baker. Ms., 4pp. PC 88. 17 /PC 88.20. S.W. Baker, Auckland, to Bro. Fison. Ms., 5pp. S.W. Baker to Rev. J.A. Symons. Ms., 2pp. S.W. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to Rev. Watkin. Ms., 7pp. Copy PC 88.95. S.W. Baker, Symonds St, Auckland to Rev. Geo Brown. Ms., 2pp. Enclosures (original cover letter missing) Including the following:  Enclosure A: Rev. Brown to Baker, Nuku‘alofa, 8 Aug 1888. Ms., 2pp.  Enclosure B: HC No. 88.104. Premier of Tonga to Rev. George Brown, Nuku‘alofa. 11 Aug 1888. Ms., 1p. PC 89. Baker, Auckland to J.A. Symons (?). Draft, Ms., 4pp. HC 89/12. Shirley W. Baker, Premier of Tonga, Auckland, NZ, to Rev J.A. Symons, President Wesleyan General Conference. Ms., 5pp. HC 89/13. Shirley W. Baker, Premier of Tonga, to the Rev. J.A. Symons, President Wesleyan General Conference. Ms., 7pp. PC 89. Rev John A. Symons, President Wesleyan Methodist General Conference, Melbourne, to Hon S.W. Baker, Premier of Tonga, re statements made by Rev.G. Brown. Ms., 9pp. J.A. Symons to Baker. Ms., 10pp. J.A. Symons, Melbourne, to Mr Baker. Ms., 10pp. J.A. Symons, Australasian Wesleyan Supernumerary Minister‘s Widows‘ Fund, Wesley Church, Melb., to Mr Baker. Ms., 1p. PC 89. Rev W. Lin, Auckland, to Rev J.A. Symons. Ms., 7pp. PC 89. John A. Symons, Melbourne, to Mr Baker (private & confidential). Ms., 11pp. PC 89. Shirley Baker, Tonga, to Rev J.A. Symons. Draft, Ms., 14pp. King, Palace (Fale ‘oe Tu‘i), to Governor of Fiji, Mr Tositeni. Copy, Ms., 3pp. King, Palace (Fale ‘oe Tu‘i), to Governor of Fiji, Mr Tositeni. Copy, Ms., 5pp. Baker to Thurston re Brown (in response to despatch). Draft Ms., 3pp. PC89. Shirley W. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, Tonga to Rev George Brown. Copy, Ms., 1p. Rev Geo Brown, Nuku‘alofa, Tonga to Hon S.W. Baker, Premier of Tonga. Copy, Ms., 1p. To Hon J.A. Symons. Ms., 2pp. Private & Confidential. King‘s Will, Nuku‘alofa, Palace (Fale ‘oe Tu‘i), Witnesses: J.B. Watkin, Josateki Tonga, Jiotame Ma‘afu. 2nd copy, Ms., 1p. Collet to Baker. Ms., 1 leaf. Wilford Collet, Nuku‘alofa, to Hon. H.M. Sewell Esq., United States Consul-General. Ms. & Ts., 8pp. Memo of conversation with A.M. Sewall Esq., U.S. Consul 9

23 Feb 1888 11 Mar 1888 12 Mar 1888 21 Mar 1888 24 Apr 1888 4 May 1888 31 May 1888

8 Aug 1888 11 Aug 1888 8 Apr 1889 15 Apr 1889

15 Apr 1889 7 May 1889

7 May 1889 9 May 1889 10 May 1889 11 May 1889 31 May 1889 13 Jul 1889 15 Jul 1889 15 Jul 1889 9 Sep 1889 11 Sep 1889 11 Sep 1889 8 Oct 1889 24 Nov 1889 5 Jul 1890 5 Jul 1890

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General, Apia, Samoa. Ms., 2pp. Including two extracts:  Page 14 of A.M. Sewall‘s statement before the Committee on Foreign Affairs concerning oral assurances given by Mr Bayard;  Page 11 and 12 of A.M. Sewall‘s statement before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, concerning German representative in Samoa. Jiaosi Tubou, Neiafu, Vava‘u, to Misa Beika (Mr Baker). Witnesses: Tevita Heleta 9/4/91, J. Fotu (Land Owner) 9/4/91, Jone Tavo (King‘s Spokesman). Ms., 1p. Siaosi Tubou, Neiafu, Vava‘u, to Mr Baker. Witnesses: Tevita Heleta 9/4/91, J. Totu, Land Owner, 9/4/91, Jone Tavo, King‘s Spokesman 9.4.91. Ms., 1p. Receipts, bills and offerings. Ms., 10pp.

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Part of a letter. Ms., 2pp. Part of a letter. Ms., 4pp. Jiaosi II, Royal Palace (Palasi ‘oe Tu‘i), to Baker. Ms., 2pp. S.W. Baker, Ha‘apai, to Right Rev. the Primate of New Zealand. Ms., 2pp. Shirley W. Baker, Fakapale, Lifuka, Ha‘apai, to Bishop of Honolulu. Copy, Ms., 2pp. W.G. Auckland, Bishop‘s Court, Auckland, to Dr Baker. Ms., 3pp. Baker, Ha‘apai, to Bishop of Honolulu. Ms., 1p. 223/1899. British Vice-Consul, British Consulate, Tonga, to Rev. S.W. Baker. Ts., 1p. W.G. Auckland, Bishop‘s Court, Auckland, to Dr Baker. Ms., 2pp. Shirley Baker, Lifuka, Ha‘apai, to Rev Bishop Neville. Ms., 2pp. S.W. Baker, Lifuka, Ha‘apai, to Rev Bishop Cowie, Primate of N.Z. Ms., 4pp. Alfred Willis, Honolulu, to Rev Shirley Baker. Ms., 4pp. W.G. Auckland, Bishop‘s Court, Auckl., to Dr Baker. Ms., 2pp. S.W. Baker, Lifuka, Ha‘apai, to Bishop of Honolulu. Ms., 2pp. Juliasi Afu & Jione Finaulahi, Nuku‘alofa, to Dr Baker. Ms., 2pp. Copy & original. S.T. Dunedin, Bishopsgrove, Dunedin, to Mr Shirley Baker. Ms., 1p. Alfred Willis, Bishop of Honolulu, Honolulu, to Rev Shirley Baker. Ms., 1p. Ilaisane ‘Ofa, Jione Finaulahi, Juliasi Afu, Nuku‘alofa, to Bishop of Honolulu. Petition 12/12/1899. Ms., 1p. S.T. Dunedin, Bishopsgrove, Dunedin, to Mr Baker. Ms., 1p. S.T. Dunedin to HBM Consul, H.B. Lief Esq. Ms., 1p. J.P. Cowie, Diocesan Secretary, Bishopscourt, Auckland, to Rev Dr Baker. Ms., 2pp. L. Fitzgerald, Late Vicar of St Matthews, Auckland, S. Michaels Vicarage, Christchurch, to Dr Baker. Ms., 1p. S.W. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, to Bishop of Honolulu. Ms., 2pp. Copy. K.R. Seddies, Premier‘s Office, Wellington, to Rev. Shirley Baker, Tonga. Ms., 2pp. 10

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S.T. Dunedin to All Whom It May Concern. Re Shirley W. Baker‘s License. Ms., 1p. S.T. Dunedin, Bishopsgrove, Dunedin, to Mr Baker. Ms., 2pp. Priv/Conf. S.T. Dunedin, Auckland to Mr Baker. Ms., 4pp. S.T. Dunedin, Star Hotel, Auckl, to W. Shirley Baker. Ms., 4pp. Part of letter re Church Building (location). Ms., 3pp. S.T. Dunedin, Bishopsgrove, Dunedin, to Mr Baker. Ms. 2pp. S.T. Dunedin, Napier, to Mr Baker. Ms., 2pp. Telegram. Bishop Neville, N.Z. Post Office, to Rev. Shirley Baker. W.G. Auckland, Bishop‘s Court, Auckl., to Dr Baker. Ms., 1p. Shirley W. Baker, Vaiola House, to Bishop Neville, Bishop of Dunedin Senior Bishop of New Zealand. Ms., 4pp. WPHC to Shirley Baker, release of land. Ts., 1p. J.A. Sipu, Nuku‘alofa, to Bitisi Baker. Ts., 1p. J.A. Sipu, Minister of Lands, Minister of Lands Office, Nuku‘alofa, to Bitisi Beika. Ts., 1p. 216/1913. J.A. Sipu, Minister of Lands, Minister‘s Office, Nuku‘alofa, to Bitisi Seli Beika. Ts., 1p. 363/1913. J.A. Sipu, Minister of Land, Minister of Land‘s Office, Nuku‘alofa, to Bitisi Beika. Ts., 1p. J.T. Goodicks van Astren (??), Lotofoa, to Miss Baker. Ms. 7pp. Part of a letter, Shirley W. Baker, Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs, to [recipient unknown] concerning the status of land in Tonga leased to the church for the purpose of church buildings. Ms., 8pp. Part of the High Commissioner‘s letter from Fiji [M. King, Secretary for the High Commissioner]. Ms., 1p. In Tongan. Correspondence re Shirley Baker. Single page. [Author and recipient not stated.] Ms., 1p. From Pita Vi re a meeting in Vava‘u. Ms., 1p. Part of a letter [author and recipient not stated] concerning the independence of the church in Tonga. Ms., 1p. Extract from a letter of Misa Jabimani by Misa Uatikini. Ms., 1p. Articles, reports, diaries, notes, texts and other documents Voyage Brig John Wesley to Tonga, Ms., 2pp. (dated Sunday November 19). Diary ―Yearly Account‖, 1848-1851. Ms., 3pp. S.W. Baker. Notebook – texts and locations of sermons preached, 1856-1869. Ms., c30pp. Notes on Tonga, by Shirley Baker. Ms., 6pp. See SB/318. Notebooks:  1. Short notes on King George Tubou I‘s family and tapa production. Ms., c20pp.  2. Koe tohi fakamatala e ni ki ’Uvea. Explanation of ‘Uvea (Island under Tonga). King and people were from Tonga and Tonga rules them. Ms., c20pp.  3. Koe g fa’ahiga tu’i Toga eni. Lines of Kings, Chiefs and Royal women. Ms., c20pp.  4. Koe tohi eni oku kau ki he tubu a Tubou ki manani. The book about how Tubou became known to the world. Three notebooks, Bks I, II, III. Ms., c60pp. 11

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History of Tonga, Ts., pp.1-6, pp.24-63; History of Tonga, Preface, Ms., 6pp.; History of Tonga, Ts., pp.3-127. Tongan Texts [notes in Tongan]:  1. No title, Ms., 19pp.  2. Koe gaahi lagi oku tu‘u ‗i Mu‘a. [Tombs in Mu‘a (where the Royal Family are buried).] Ms., 5pp.  3. Origins of the various Chiefs. [In Tongan.] Ms., 14pp. + some translations.  4. Na‘e fiha ‗a e gahi lagi na‘e lau ‗e he kakai Toga. [The number of tombs the Tongan people have counted]. Ms., 11pp.  5. Na‘a nau pehe ko e me‘a mei he fa‘ahikehe… [Stories that come from the Demons]. Ms., 7pp.  6. Ko e talanoa ki he katoaga ‗a Taufa‘ahau mo Asibau [A Story about the Ceremony between Taufa‘ahau and Asibau]. Ms., 4pp.  7. Koe tohi ‗oe Kuoga ‗o Tubou [The Book of the period of Tubou]. Ms., 11pp. + some translations.  8. Ko e talanoa ‗o e kuoga ‗o Finau ‗e Mariner [Mariner‘s Story of the Period of Finau]. Ms., 3pp.  9. Ko Veaji‘i pe Veaehi ‗e Mariner [Mariner‘s Story of Veaji‘i or Veaehi]. Ms., 1p.  10. Memos. Ms., 6pp.  11. Ms., 4pp.  12. Koe Talanoa. Story. Ms., 11pp.  13. Koe Talanoa ‗a I. Lagi. [Story by I. Lagi]. Ms., 15pp.  14. Koe Talanoa ki he lau ‗a e liliu ‗a e Tu‗i. [The Conversion of the King of Tonga]. Ms., 2pp.  15. Koe tau ‗i ‗Otea. [A War in ‗i ‗Otea]. Ms., 9pp. Tongan Texts [notes in Tongan]:  1. Story about ―Kalesini‖. Ms., 2pp.  2. The war on Te‘ekiu. Ms., 2pp.  3. An agreement between Tonga and Great Britain. Ms., 10pp.  4. War on ‘Uiha. Ms., 3pp.  5. The visit to Niua by Mr. Cross and ‘Ulukalala. Ms., 2pp.  6. The Tangi and the death of Tupouto‘a. Ms., 12pp.  7. Baula – tabu. Ms., 3pp.  8. Setaleki Ve‘ehala. Ms., 2pp.  9. Beginning of Christianity in Nuku‘alofa by Habe and Tafeta from Tahiti. Ms., 13pp.  10. The Tribal Gods. Ms., 2pp.  11. Story of when the Christianity was brought to Tonga. Ms., 6pp.  12. Sione Talanoa by Pita Vi. Ms., 2pp.  13. No title (part manuscript). Ms., 2pp. The Origins of the Tu‘i Tonga, including:  Tu‘i Tonga ‗Ahoeitu. Ms., 13pp.  Tu‘i Tonga Tu‘itatui. Ms., 8pp.  The Vessel of Kau‘ulufonuafekai. Ms., 10pp.

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The Great unknown: A Tale of the South Sea Islands. Ms., 2pp. (Tasman 1642. Cook 1773.) Koe Lave [poems or chants]. Ms., 34pp. Narrative about ‘Ata (island) from a Catholic manuscript. Ms., 4pp. Legend about the origins of ―yams‖. Ms., 3pp. Narrative written at the request of Premier David ‘Uga (Tubou I‘s son). Re beginning of Christianity at Nuku‘alofa. Ms., 29pp. A written narrative of the wars and other things that were done at Mu‘a. Ms., 41pp. Koe Lave. An exercise book and one loose page containing the following:  Lave [chants]. Ms., 9pp.  Folau a Kae [Kae‘s voyage]. Ms., 9pp.  ’Otu Motu Ha’apai [The islands of Ha‘apai]. Ms., 2pp.  Ulukalala’i Feletoa [Short narrative of Ulukalala‘i Feletoa]. Ms., 2pp.  Laulau’o mumui [Harangue about Mumui]. Ms, 6pp.  The harangue to Tuku‘aho. Ms., 8pp.  The man prophet who was called Hama in the island of ‘Eua in Tongatapu. Ms., 6pp. A story about native cloth, ‗Ngatu‘. Ms., 1p. A story about ‗Anga‘. Ms., 1p. Drama: Koe Fakamatala Kihe Fakamau [The Merchant of Venice]. Ms., 14pp. Vocabulary, Words and Meanings, Dictionary S.W. Baker. An English and Tongan Vocabulary. Printed. 128pp. (Very fragile condition. Book is disintegrating.) Also a Tonga n and English Vocabulary, with a list of idiomatic phrases and Tongan Grammar. Not microfilmed. English and Tongan Primer. Beatrice Shirley Baker, Koe Tohi Lea: Faka-Bilitania Mo Faka-Toga, Auckland, Brett Printing Co. Ltd. 46pp. Vocabulary English-Tongan. Ms., fragments. Words and Meanings in Alphabetical order: A – W + Y (X, Z missing), Ms. 26pp. Tongan names and English translations, together with sketches. Ms., 1p. Past dictionary. Ms., 5pp. Vocabulary – English-Tongan/Tongan-English. Bound notebook, Ms., c80pp. Includes ―Ko Matini Lutelo‖, Ms., 9pp., and ―Louis XIV‖, Ms., 1pp. Comparative vocabulary Malay-Polynesian languages, from the Proceedings of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. Pp.85-144 only. Genealogies The Story of the people of Tonga [Koe Talanoa eni ki he Ngaahi Fa‘ahinga‘o Tonga ni]. Ms., 50pp. Genealogy – Jiaoji Tubou I and others. Ms., 3 notebooks plus c.30pp. Genealogy – ‗Mumui‘. Ms., 1p. Mission and Church Related Papers 14

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Jubilee of the Mission. Minutes of District meeting signed: Benjamin Chapman, Shirley W. Baker and J.B. Watkin. Ms., 1p. Minutes of the Friendly Islands District Meeting, Nuku‘alofa. Ms., 1p. Signed by Benjamin Chapman, Shirley W. Baker, J.B. Watkin Secy. Copy of resolutions passed by the Board of Mission Management, Pitt St, Sydney, Chaired by President of the Conference. Ms., 1p. Memorandum of Statement by Mr Maudslay to the Deputation, Ms., 7pp. Together with a translation of a speech of Rev. S.W. Baker made at Mua, 18 Sep 1879. Official reports of the Rev. S.W. Baker re: assaults on family. Ms., 2pp. Copy of findings on charges prepared against the Rev S.W. Baker. Ms., 3pp. Copy of charges as formulated by Sub-Committee and accepted by the Board. Ms., 1p. Transcripts of documents relating to the Inquiry into Tongan Mission Affairs instigated by Sir Arthur Gordon, 1879-1880; p/c of printed originals on the back of Beatrice Baker‘s drafts of Tonga: An Historical Collection from Voyages and Discoveries with Explanatory Remarks at SB/ 318-329. Accounts. Ms., 1p. No. 88. Mr. William‘s Statement re Taufa‘ahau and the conversions of Tonga. Ms., 4pp. Part of a document re church matters. Ms., 1p. The Constitution of the Church of England in Tonga. Ms., 7pp. The Proposed Constitution Act of the Church of England in Tongatapu. Ts., 7pp. Documents relating to Government and Kingdom of Tonga Treaty of Friendship between Tonga and Great Britain. Ms., 1p. Letter of Agreement by Jiaoji Tubou, the King of Tonga, re: Land Leases. Witnessed by Tubou Ha‘abai, Secretary. Tubou, Fale and Tubou, Nuku‘alofa to the People. Re the first anniversary of ―Emancipation Day‖. Ms., 1p. Jiaoji Tubou, the Royal Palace, Neiafu, Vava‘u, to all Tongans. Letter of instalment of Mr Shirley Baker as Premier, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Taxation. Including translation by Bessie Wood. Ms., 1p. ** Newsletter by Basil H Thomson, Queen‘s messenger, re the treaty with Great Britain. Ms./Ts., 1p. Pictures of Flags. Printed and handdrawn. 2pp. Design for Tongan coat of arms (fragments) and crown. Handdrawings. ―Report recently forwarded to Rev. S.W. Baker respecting the American Cable by his Private Secretary.‖ Ts., 7pp. Tongan Government Publications Koe Gaahi Lao oe Buleaga o Toga [The Laws of the Govt of Tonga]. Revised to 1868. Printed in Tongatapu; 38pp. See PMB Doc 463. Koe Gaahi Lao oe Buleaga o Toga [The Laws of the Government of Tonga]. Revised to 1871. Printed in Tongatapu; 52pp.; two copies, one incomplete. See PMB Doc 463. 15

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Independent District. Sydney, 1879. Printed, 12pp. (Two booklets, one incomplete.) Koe Konisitutone’ o Toga [The Constitution of Tonga] given by the King on 4 Nov 1875. Printed, 22pp., incomplete. Koe Tohi Fanogonogo Fakabuleaga [Government News]. A letter from the King to a meeting of Minister held in Ha‘apai. Printed, 1p. (4 copies.) Royal correspondence – Petition by George Tubou, Lifuka. Printed, 1p. Witnessed by:  Tubou Malohi, Governor of Vava‘u (Crown Prince).  David ‘Ahome‘e, Chief Justice.  Sekonaia Tu‘uhetoka, Minister of Police.  Josateki Toga, Paymaster. Tonga Government Blue Book, signed by George Tubou, R. Document read by the Rev. S.W. Baker before the Committee on Tongan Affairs. Printed, 7pp. Tonga Government Blue Book. Containing a list of charges brought by the Premier of Tonga (Rev. S.W. Baker), on behalf of the Tongan Government, against the Rev. J.E. Moulton, Wesleyan Missionary, together with the reply of the Rev. J.E. Moulton, as made before the District Meeting of the Wesleyan Church, at Lifuka, Ha’apai, October 24, 1883, and the Replication of the Rev. S.W. Baker to the same [Aug-Nov 1883]; 25pp. Tonga Government Blue Book. Containing documents read before and presented by the Premier of Tonga (Rev. S.W. Baker), on behalf of the Tongan Government, to the Conference Committee on Tongan Affairs, together with the reply of the Rev. S.W. Baker to the said Committee [Feb-Oct 1884]; 7pp. (3 copies.) Tonga Government Blue Book. Report of the Royal Commission, appointed by His majesty King George, to enquire into the complaints of Messrs Parker Bros. Printed; 6pp. Tonga Government Blue Book. Correspondence between the Tonga Government and the British Government , in re the Action of H.F. Symonds, Esq., HBM Vice-Consul, Tonga, and of the Captain of HMS ‘Espiegle’ [1882-1885]. Auckland, Wilsons & Horton; 19pp. 2 copies. Tonga Government Blue Book.Report of minister of police in re Attempted Assassination. [1887]; 9pp. 3 copies. Tonga Government Blue Book. Correspondence of Tonga Government in re ‘Tongan Affairs’ with the President and Members of the General Conference [1875-1888]; 5pp. 5 copies. Koe Fanogonogo Fakabuleaga [Government News]. Misa Beika to Mr. Moulton. Printed, 1p. Koe Botu Gaue ae Sikalaibe Fakafonua. [Administrative procedures for the various government ministries, including Land, Tax, Police and Justice?] Printed, c.20pp. Marked ‗Misa Beika Office‘, annotated. Part II: Form of Government. Printed, 1p. Part of Rules and Regulations. Printed, 2pp. Koe Tohi Fakamatala Kihe g. Me’a’ o Toga. Kuo Fai Meihe G. Tohi ihe Ofisi oe G. Botu Gaue aia Oku Bule ki ai ae Tanaki Tute [Report of the Customs Office on imports and exports]. Printed, 8pp.

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Various printed documents, as follows:  Hisitolia o Vaihi, pp.29-36;  Koe Folofola ae Fakafofoga Lahi kihe Out Basifiki Uesite kihe Tu’I Moe Houeiki o Toga, by Evalate Imi Soni, n.d.; 6pp.  Koe Tohi Fanongonongo ‘ae Siasi Uesiliana Tau’ataina ‘o Tonga, Nukualofa, 1945; 4pp.  Fanongonongo, n.d.; pp.3-6. Tonga. Royal Calendar. Govt. Printer, Nuku‘alofa. Printed broadsheet, 1p. Other Printed material relating to Tonga The Wesleyan Missionary Notices relating to the missions under the direction of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Conference, No. 22. Printed in Sydney, January 1863. Koe Hisitolia’ o Mamani [The History of the World]. Published for the primary schools by Mr. Wilson and Mr. Horton. Printed in Tonga, 60pp. The Secession and Persecution in Tonga. Sydney, Wesley Book Depot. 101pp. Not microfilmed. Western Pacific High Commission, Correspondence from HM King George of Tonga to his Excellency Sir Charles Mitchell, HBM’s High Commissioner. In Tongan and translated into English. Printed, 3pp. Tonga No.1 (1887). Report by Sir C. Mitchell High Commisisoner for the Western Pacific in connection with the Recent Disturbances in and the Affairs of Tonga. London, HMSO; 14pp. (2 copies.) Tonga No.2 (1887). Appendix to Report by Sir C. Mitchell High Commisisoner for the Western Pacific in connection with the Recent Disturbances in and the Affairs of Tonga Containing the Further Inclosures in that Report. London, HMSO; 154pp. Western Pacific High Commission. Copies of correspondence between His Excellency Sir John Thurston, HBM High Commissioner and Consul-General for the Western Pacific, and the Hon. S. W. Baker, Premier of the Government of Tonga, with reference to certain Libels printed and published by him in the Australasian Colonies and elsewhere. Auckland, Wilsons and Horton [Printers]; 11pp. (2 copies.) Koe Jiaji Tanataina [The Free Church], Vol.I, No.4, Apr 1892, No.14, Mai 1893; Vol.II, No.7, Jul 1895. Koe Jiaji o Igilani o Toga [The Church of England of Tonga] Prayer Book for Sunday Morning and Evening by Dr Baker; 53pp. Jiaji Ingilani o Toga – Tohi Mahina [Church of England of Tonga – Calendar], Auckl., Wilsons & Horton (Printers); 8pp. Koe Falukuga Fakamatala I. Koe ea Moe Tahi [Descriptions of Weather and Sea], by E E V Collocott and Jione Havea; 62pp. Not microfilmed. Tonga Church Union, by Rev. R.C.G. Page, Chairman of the Wesleyan Church of Tonga. Printed, 2pp. Gaahi Lao moe Konsitutone’ oe Jiaji’ o Toga [The Laws and Constitution of the Tongan Church]. Printed, 30pp. Koe ‘Taumu’a Lelei ai-pe [The Roman Catholic newspaper], No. 19

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126. Mar 1951. Printed (serial), 8pp. Not microfilmed. Maka Maile [Programme for the celebration of the anniversary (4 Nov) of the Constitution] by Fuabau, Chairperson of Maka Maile. Printed, 1p. Koe Konisitutone’ oe Jiaji’o Ingilani ’o Toga [The Constitution of the Church of England of Tonga]. Ts., 5pp. & printed, 2pp. Koe Folofola ‘ae Fakafofoga Lahi Kihe ‘Otu basifiki Uesite Kihe Tu’i Moe Hou’eiki’ o Toga, by Evalate Imi Soni [The speech given by the High Commissioner of the Western Pacific to the King and Chiefs]. Printed, 6pp. Koe Fakamatala Kia ‘Eukaliti, Tupou College [Geometry text book]. Printed by T.K. Nau at Tubou College. The last work of Dr. Moulton called The Elements, edited by Jione Havea for Tubou College. Printed, 62pp. Not microfilmed. Koe ’Eukaliti ko hono ii ‘ae buka [The Second Book of Geometry. Geometry text book.] Printed, 16pp. Not microfilmed. Koe G. Fehu’i ki he Tohi ae kau fakamaau mo Lute [Questions on the ‗Book of Judges and Ruth‘]. Printed; 79pp. Not microfilmed. Berthold Seemann, A Mission to Viti; pp.113-447 (gaps) Not microfilmed. Tonga: An Historical Collection from Voyages and Discoveries with Explanatory Remarks, by Beatrice Baker Notes on Tonga, by Shirley Baker. Ms., 6pp. Tonga and the Tongans. Ms., 9pp. By Beatrice Baker. ‗The Discoverers and Navigators‘, pp.1-4. ‗The Inaugural Ceremony [of King George Tupou I]‘, 2pp. ‗Anecdote of Rival Pulpits‘, 1p. ‗King George Tupou‘s Lineage‘, 3pp. Tonga: An Historical Collection from Voyages and Discoveries with Explanatory Remarks. By Beatrice Baker. Ms., 15pp. Preface, 1p, Chapter I, ‗Introduction‘, 3pp. Chapter II, pp.1-9 (Le Maire and Schouton‘s voyage). Beatrice Baker writes in her Preface that she had planned her work in two parts: ―Part I. An historical collection of the several voyages to the South Pacific Ocean, extracting in a chronological series what refers to the Tongan Islands. Part II. The life of the late Rev. Dr Shirley W. Baker, and his labours amongst the Tongan islands, thus recapitulating everything that has been done.‖ The draft chapters below consist of transcripts of voyagers‘ texts relating to Tonga together with Beatrice Baker‘s annotations on those texts. Chapter II. ‗Abel Jansoon Tasman‘s Voyage. (Translated by Valentine Dalrymple)‘. Ms., 4pp. Chapter III. ‗Captain Cooks Voyage in the Pacific Ocean 1773‘. Chapter IV. ‘Captain Cook‘s Second Voyage 1774‘, by Beatrice Baker. Ms., 6pp. Chapter V. ‗The First Missionary Voyage of the Ship Duff‘ [1797]. By Beatrice Baker. Ms., 21pp. Chapter V continued. ‗1776. An Authentic Narrative by G. Reeson‘. Ms., 9pp. ‗Captain Cooks Voyage, 1777‘. Ms., 53pp. Consists of: 20

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BAKER PAPERS Chapter IV. ‗April 1777. Captain Cook‘s Voyage in the Pacific Ocean 1777 (continued)‘, pp. 1-17. Chapter V. ‗June 1777‖, pp.17-31. Chapter VI. ‗Captain Cook‘s Voyages‘, pp.31-37. Chapter VII. ‗Captain Cook‘s Voyages‘, pp.38-53. Chapter VIII. ‗Bligh‘s Voyage. April 1789‘. Ms., 7pp. ‗The Search of La Perouse, by M. Labillardiere. March 1793‘. Ms., 10pp. ‗Mariner‘s Tonga. 1806‘. Ms., 66pp. Chapters I-VI of Mariner‘s Tonga transcribed and annotated. Chapter VII. ‗Wesleyan Mission 1822–1850s‘. Ms., 11pp. Chapter VIII. ‗Commodore Wilkes United States Exploring Expedition 1840‘. Ms., 9pp. Chapter IX. ‗Wesleyan Mission‘, continued. Ms., 12pp., incomplete. (Reverse pages of these drafts have printed transcripts of documents relating to the Inquiry into Tongan Mission Affairs instigated by Sir Arthur Gordon, 1879-1880. Photocopies of the collated transcripts are at SB/242A.)

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Memoirs of the Rev. Shirley Waldemar Baker, by Beatrice Baker Shirley Waldemar Baker, Missionary and Prime Minister of Tonga, by Beatrice Baker. Ms., 14pp.  Preface, pp.1-3.  Chapter 1. Introduction and ‗A Synopsis of his Life‘s Commencement and Call‘, pp.3-14, incomplete. Shirley Waldemar Baker, Missionary and Prime Minister. [Draft of Memoir]. Ms., 22pp.  Chapter I. ‗Introduction‘.  Chapter II. ‗A Synopsis of his Life‘s Commencement and Call‘.  Chapter III. ‗Medical and Mission Work‘. [Draft of Memoir]. By Beatrice Baker. Ms., 25pp.  Chapter IV. ‗Charges and Removal‘, pp.1-11.  Chapter V. Pp.1-8.  Chapter VI. ‗The Secession‘, pp.1-6. [Draft of Memoir]. Ms., 9pp. & 3pp.  Chapter VI. On the establishment of the Free Church of Tonga (1885), pp.4-12.  Chapter VII. ‗The Attempted Assassination of the Rev. Dr Shirley Baker (13 Jan 1887)‘, pp.1-3. [Draft of Memoir]. Ms. Chapter VIII. Ms., 11pp.  ‗Deportation of the Rev. Dr Shirley Baker‘, pp.a1-a3.  ‗Dr Shirley W Baker‘s Statement re visit of Sir J. B. Thurston, 25 Jun 1890)‘, pp.2-15.  ‗Extracts from the reports of the sitting of the Wesleyan General Conference, 14 May 1890‘, pp.1-3. Chapter IX. No title. Ms., 9pp., incomplete.. Memoirs of the Rev. Shirley Waldemar Baker D.M., LL.D. Missionary and Prime Minister. By Beatrice Shirley Baker. Ms., 95pp. [Copy 1] Not microfilmed.

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Memoirs of the Rev. Shirley Waldemar Baker D.M., LL.D. Missionary and Prime Minister. By Beatrice Shirley Baker. Ms., 95pp. [Copy 2] Not microfilmed. Memoirs of the Rev. Dr. Shirley Waldemar Baker D.M., LL.D. Missionary and Prime Minister. By Beatrice Shirley Baker. Ts., 74pp. Not microfilmed. Memoirs of the Rev. Dr. Shirley Waldemar Baker D.M., LL.D, Missionary and Prime Minister. By Beatrice Shirley Baker. Printed proof copy with annotations. Pp.5, 6, 8, 11, 14, 15, 19, 21, 23-27, 35, 40, 42, 43, 45, 46 & 48. Not microfilmed. Memoirs of the Rev. Shirley Waldemar Baker.MA., LL.D. Missionary and Prime Minister Tonga, By Lillian and Beatrice Shirley Baker. With a Foreword by K Westcott Jones. London, Mayflower Publishing, 1951. 48pp. Extracts ―Extracts‖ 1876-1881. Ms. transcripts as follows:  1. Weber, Agent/German Consul, Nuku‘alofa, 7 Mar 1876. 1p.  2. Board of Missions, 30 Sep 1880. 2pp.  3. Rev. Baker to the President of the Conference, 19 Nov 1880. 4pp.  4. To the President of the NSW Conference, 11 Jan 1881. 3pp.  5. Sir Arthur Gordon, 20 Nov 1880. c.8pp. Extract: The Fiji Argus. Ms., 2pp. An extract from the Methodist Journal. Ms., 2pp. ‗The Friendly Islands‘, extract from the Methodist. Ms., 8pp. Copy of Herald (Sydney) article on the establishment of the Free Church of Tonga in Vava‘u. Ms., 4pp. Copy. From our own correspondent: Terrible Volcanic Eruption in the Friendly Islands, 31 Aug–13 Sep [Niuafo‘ou]. Ms., 3pp. Extract from Sir Charles Mitchell‘s report of execution of six prisoners. Ch. VII, 4. Ms., 1p. only. Extract from Press (?) re volcanic eruption in the Friendly Islands (Niuafo‘ou). Ms., 2pp. (pp.4-5 only). Extract from letter by J.B. Watkin, re E.J. Watkin‘s transference. Ms., 1p. Press Cuttings ‗Miscellaneous‘ press cuttings on Pacific Islands matters pasted into an album; c.77ff., bound. As above, continued. ‗Miscellaneous‘ press cuttings on Pacific Islands matters pasted into an album; c.55ff., bound. Some insect damage to cuttings at the end of the album. Press cuttings on Tongan matters pasted on to backing; 20 sheets, unbound. Some of the press reports have been cut out of the sheets. Press reports cut from sheets (above). ‗Tongatabu: Terrible Hurricanes‘. Including report on Rev. Mr Baker giving medical help for dysentery cases. Tongan affairs. Press cuttings from The Daily Telegraph, The Auckland Herald, and The Evening Star, including the column 22

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The Evening Bell. ‗The Wesleyan General Conference‘. 4th & 5th day, 14-15 May 1888. Cuttings from The Daily Telegraph. Death of Crown Prince. Several press cuttings. ‗Crisis in Tonga‘. Deportation of Mr Baker. Several press cuttings. ‗The Samoan Treaty‘, press cuttings from The Herald. Tongan affairs, including the Wesleyan General Conference. Press cuttings from The Auckland Herald, the Sydney Herald, the New Zealand Times, The Star and The Age. ‗Koe G Folau ‘oe Kuonga mu‘a ki He ‘Oseni Pasifika‘ [re the murder of Tuku‘aho]. Printed, 2pp. Death of King George Tupou II. Press cuttings. Photograph of the King of Tonga on his way to open Parliament. Press cutting. Rev. Shirley Baker: obituaries and other biographical reports, including reports on the publication of his Tongan Vocabulary and Grammar, 1897 ‗Crisis in Tonga‘. Press cutting. ‗Built up a Kingdom in the South Seas.‘ Biographical feature article on Rev. Shirley Baker, San Fransico Chronicle. (2 copies.) ‗An Island Monarch, King George of Tonga in Wellington. Politics of the Pacific.‘ New Zealand Herald. 1p. ‗Romance and Religion in the South Pacific.‘ Review of Reviews. 2pp. ‗A Crisis in Tonga‘, re the Kautaha Cooperative, The Auckland Star. ‗Troubles of Tonga. Churches in Opposition. Amalgamation Resisted. Large Property Interests‘. Newspaper cutting; 1p. Miscellaneous loose, undated, press cuttings. Miscellaneous Papers S W Baker (?), Log Book on board the Clipper Built Schooner Jennie Dove bound to Tonga from Port of Sydney, Capt. Burns. Ms., 4 leaves. Document re Lali from Fiji to Balu. Ms., 1p. Document re letter from Moulton to Tobui, by Balu (assumption?). Ms., 1p. The ―Oath‖ by Alice Elizabeth Woolmer Baker re grant of land in the European Cemetery at Lifuka, Ha‘apai, declared before the Registrar of the British High Commissioner‘s Court for the Western Pacific. Ms., 1p. Part of a letter. Ms., 1p. Description of a bird called Malau, Niua Fo‘ou, Tonga Islands by Edgar Reid. Ms., 3pp. Hawaii and the South Seas: The Baker Girls. By Elizabeth Walker in collaboration with Jeannette Spiess, New York, Coward-McCann Inc. Ts., transcript, 1p. Tyrannical Course – false. Ms., 3pp. Questionnaire. 96 questions about Tongan customary beliefs and practices. In English. Ms., 5pp. Photographs Photograph of Shirley W. Baker. ‗Ko Misa Beika. Koe Palemia o 23

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BAKER PAPERS Toga — Nae Fokotuu e Tubou.‘ Envelope: ―Photos of Thakombau‖, including:  King George of Tonga  Cakobau, King of Fiji. (Photographed by F.H. Dufty.)  Ratu Epeli [Nailatikau, son of Cakobau]. (Photographed by F.H. Dufty.) Photographs: 1. Unidentified. Timber-lined room, perhaps a tabernacle. 2. (a) Palace, Ha‘apai(?). Unidentified, n.d. (b) Unidentified. Perhaps a burial ground? Raised rock platform surrounded by rock slabs. Tonga? n.d. 3. Queen Salote at her coronation, 1918. (Photographed by F.H. Dufty.) 4. Bundle of small photographs. 14 prints, including Tupou I. Photographs taken for Tongan stamps and coins. n.d. 5. Tupou I. Damaged. n.d. 6. Coat of Arms. Plus drawing of a cape. 7. Tupou I. Labelled ‗frontispiece‘. Glass plate negative (cracked). Fale? In case. Not microfilmed. * * *

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** Items which were originally compiled in a single folder (no title) and maintained as such by Dorothy Crozier. For the purposes of this arrangement of the documents these items have been dispersed. The original folder contained documents as follows:  SB/7 Copy. W. Blake, Nuku‘alofa, to H. Julius, 19 Mar 1860. Ms., 1p. Re ‗Fono‘ [meeting] on 9 Jan 1855 of Tubou, King of Tonga, with Napoleon III, Emperor of France.  SB/12 Note on rebuilding ‗Saione‘, the Wesleyan Church on the hill at Nukualofa, in 1872, Ms., 1p.  SB/22 Kalolaine Lauji‘i, (wife of Josaia Lauji‘i) Bagai, Lifuka to Shirley Baker, 8 Feb 1877. Ms., 7pp. Re Last Words and death of Josaia Laujii.  SB/23 Jiaoji Tubou, Palace Nuku‘alofa, to Shirley Baker,10 Dec 1877. Ms., 2pp. Letter and its translation by Beatrice Baker.  SB/33 GT 4. ‘Unga, Nuku‘alofa to [recipient not defined], 24 Oct 1879. Ms., 1p. Re Government Statement.  SB/77 P/C 85.134. M.H. Burrell to Reverend Shirley Baker, 10 Oct 1885. Ms., 1p.  SB/106 Sekonaia Tu‘uhetoka, Minister of Police, Nuku‘alofa to King Jiaoji. Ms., 19pp. Re report on cause and manner of ―Dispute‖. May 1887.  SB/108 91a/87. Shirley W. Baker, Nuku‘alofa, Tonga to Reverend Geo Brown. Ms., 4pp. 28 Jul 1887.  SB/209 Tonga and the Tongans (Lecture Notes). Ms., 49pp.  SB/251 Jiaoji Tubou, The Royal Palace, Neiafu, Vava‘u to all Tongans, 30 Jul 1886. Ms., 1pp. Letter of Instalment of Mr Shirley Baker as Premier, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Taxation.  SB/275 King‘s Message on the Last Day of Parliament to the Chiefs and Members, 4 Nov 1875. Printed, 3pp. * * *

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