Andrew Anderson to Frederick Chesson, 8 January 1885

Andrew Anderson to Frederick Chesson, 8 January 1885

Archive location: Bodleian Libraries, MSS. Brit. Emp. s. 18 / C124 – 58

Author(s): Andrew Anderson

Recipient(s): Frederick Chesson

Sent from: England

Date: 8 January 1885



8th Jany 1885


Dear Sir,


Can you give me the address of the Secretary of the London Mission Society, who have mission stations in Kuruman and other places in South Africa. I want to write to him to give him some information I have received by last mail, that will greatly injure the native tribes. And if you wish to know I will let you know also, but my name must not appear, for it is known out there. I shall be cut off from getting any more news of the Boer doings as I amso well known amongst them.


If you can kindly give me this I shall feel much obliged.


I am glad to see Samuel is free again. But he will get no address from any quarter.


I trust Sir C Warren will drive those rascals out of the Bechuanaland.


Yours faithfully

Andrew A Anderson


F.W. Chesson Esq