TO THE CLERGY AND LAITY OF THE DIOCESE OF AUCKLAND, OF WHOM MANY ARE MENTIONED IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES, AND MANY MORE ARE DESERVING OF HONOURABLE MENTION, AS FAITHFUL COADJUTORS WITH THEIR BISHOP IN THE WORK OF THE CHURCH.
Our Last Year in New Zealand, 1887
Appendix A. Auckland University College
Appendix B. The General Synod of the Church of New Zealand, 1880
Appendix C. Letter from the Bishop of Melanesia to a Former Member of His Staff
Appendix D. Women's Home, Diocese of Auckland
Appendix E. Women's Home, Diocese of Auckland
Appendix F. From the Bishop's Annual Address to the Synod of the Diocese, in October, 1879
Appendix I. Address Presented to the Bishop of Auckland, by the Maori Clergy of the Diocese, on December 27, 1887, at Bishopscourt
Appendix K. Address of the Right Reverend the Bishop of Auckland to the Synod of the Diocese, on Wednesday, November 2, 1887.
Appendix L. Board of Theological Studies
IN anticipation of a visit to England in 1888, when the Anglican Bishops will be invited to attend the Lambeth Conference, we have resolved to keep a journal during the year 1887; in order that we may be able, as far as possible, to supply to inquiring friends, if our expected visit is realised, the information they ask for concerning the Church and the State of New Zealand. The title of our book is not meant to imply that we do not intend to return to New Zealand; but that the general information contained therein concerning the colony is up to date, and may, therefore, be of use to those who are contemplating a visit to the land of our adoption.
BISHOPSCOURT, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND,
January I, 1887.