The Story of Baptist Missions in Foreign Lands: From the Time of Carey to the Present Date

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Chancy R. Barnes, 1884 - Baptists - 803 pages
 

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OCLC Number: 7224676
Related Subjects:(2)
Baptists -- Missions.
Missions.
LCCN:BV 

Contents

THE GROWTH OF CAREYS MISSION
15
KRISHNA PAL
16
MINIATURE TEMPLE
20
DEBATES AND VICTORIES
21
VICISSITUDES OF MISSIONARY LIFE
27
TYPES OF THIRTEEN LANGUAGES
30
ENGLISH WILD FLOWERS
39
HOUSE AT KETTERING
42
THE WORK IN ENGLAND
43
PALANQUIN TRAVEL IN INDIA
50
WILLIAM WARD AND THE PRINTINGHOUSE AT SERAMPORE
51
WILLIAM WARD Portrait
53
HINDU PALMLEAF BOOK AND STYLE
59
CAR OF JUGGERNAUT
60
BRAHMA AND THE RELIGION OF HINDUSTAN
61
BRAHMA
63
VISHNU
65
SHIVA
67
HANUMAT
73
THE RAMAYANA PLAY
74
A GHAUT ON THE GANGES
75
A FURTHER ANALYSIS OF BRAHMINISM
77
ANOTHER REPRESENTATION OF BRAHMA
78
SHIVA ON THE SACRED BULL
83
PRAYING PARROTS
86
HINDU CASTES AND CUSTOMS
87
A HINDU SUTTEE
92
STRANGE GODS AND THEIR WORSHIP
96
THE GODDESS KALI
97
LUCKSHME WIFE OF JUGGERNAUT
98
GATEWAY OF THE TEMPLE OF JUGGERNAUT
99
ANOTHER VIEW OF THE CAR OF JUGGERNAUT
100
DROWNING THE BABY
101
SAUGOR ISLAND
103
TEMPLE OF KALI AT CALCUTTA
104
PROCESSION ON THE GANGES IN HONOR OF GAN
104
ESA
105
THE CUSHION OF SPIKES
106
ADONIRAM JUDSON AND THE MISSION IN BURMAH
107
ADONIRAM JUDSON Portrait
109
THE JUDSON HOMESTEAD t
111
GAUTAMA AND THE RELIGION OF BURMAH
117
GAUTAMA
119
BUDDHIST SHRINE AND TEMPLE
121
CAVE TEMPLE AT CARLEE
131
JUDSON IN PRISON AT OUNGPENLA 1314
131
THE LIFE OF JUDSON IN THE PALACE AND IN THE PRISON 1314
131
ARREST OF MR JUDSON
141
BRUISED BUT NOT FORSAKEN
144
MR JUDSON BEGGING MILK FOR HIS BABE
150
THE RELEASE OF JUDSON AND HIS SUBSEQUENT CAREER 132
152
THE LAST DAYS OF A LIFE OF SACRIFICES
161
JUDSON AND THE LAST LEAF OF THE BURMAN BIBLE
162
LUTHER RICE AND HIS SERVICES AT HOME AND ABROAD
172
THE BAPTIST TRIENNIAL CONVENTION
186
REV WM STOUGHTON D D Portrait
188
REV RICHARD FURMAY D D Portrait
195
HINDUS BRINGING OFFERINGS TO A PRIEST
198
AFRICAN FOLIAGE 1981
198
LOTT CAREY AND THE AFRICAN MISSION
199
THE CLIMATE SCENERY AND PRODUCTIONS OF INDIA
208
A HINDU BURNING PLACE
212
AN ADJUTANT
213
HINDU FAMILY
217
THE ADVENTURES OF REV JOHN CHAMBERLAIN
218
THE TAJ MAHAL
221
GATEWAY OF THE TAJ
223
MINARET AT DELHI
225
THE REV DR MARSHMAN OF SERAMPORE
226
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS CALCUTTA
229
REV JOSHUA MARSHMAN D D Portrait
233
RAMMOHUN ROY Portrait
237
BARRAKPORE
238
BRAHMIN WORSHIP ON THE GANGES
241
SIR HENRY HAVELOCK THE CHRISTIAN SOLDIER 212
241
GREAT PAGODA OF SHWAY DAGONG
241
HENRY HAVELOCK Portraitt
243
CABOOL
249
HOUSE OF MASSACRE CAWNPORE
256
SHRINE AT CAWNPORE
258
NANA SAHIB Portrait
260
BOARDMAN THE FOUNDER OF THE KAREN MISSION
263
GEORGE D BOARDMAN Portrait
264
A BURMESE ZAYAT
270
KAREN MISSION COMPOUND AT MAULMAIN
273
BAPTISM OF KARENS
274
MRS EMILY C JUDSON
304
MRS EMILY C JUDSON Portrait t
305
PAGODA AT MAULMAIN
311
DURGA CONSORT OF SHIVA
315
EUGENIO KINCAID THE BURMAN EVANGELIST
316
EUGENIO KINCAID Portrait
317
A BURMESE COURT OF JUSTICE
321
A YOUNG CATHAYAN HELPING MR KINCAID TO ESCAPE
329
THE REV GROVER S COMSTOCK AND ARRACAN 310
340
REV GROVER S COMSTOCK Portrait
341
A KAREN VILLAGE
347
AN OLDFASHIONED HINDU VILLAGE SCHOOL 347
347
MRS SARAH DAVIS COMSTOCK 3181
347
MRS SARAH DAVIS COMSTOCK Portrait
348
RETURNING FROM A SACRIFICE
354
KO THAHA Portrait
354
MR VINTON AND THE KEMMENDINE MISSION
355
REV JUSTUS H VINTON Portrait
357
ELEPHANT TRAVEL
363
INDRU KING OF MINOR DEITIES
367
MRS VINTON AND THE KARENS
368
MRS CALISTA HOLMAN VINTON Portrait
369
AN UNWELCOME VISITOR
371
VISHNU ON HIS SERPENT COUCH
375
THE KARENS OF THE GOLDEN CHERSONESE
376
SCHOOL FOR KAREN GIRLS TOUNGOO
387
KAREN NORMAL SCHOOL TOUNGOO
391
HINDU CONCEPTION OF THE UNIVERSE
394
REV DR FRANCIS MASON
395
REV FRANCIS MASON D D Portrait
397
MRS H M G MASON
406
A MISSIONARYS GRAVE
416
WADE BINNEY ABBOTT BEECHER AND CAR PENTER
417
REV JONATHAN WADE D D Portrait
418
MOUNG SHWAY MOUNG Portrait
421
REV ELISHA L ABBOTT Portrait
423
MAU YAY Portrait
425
REV JOHN S BEECHER Portrait
431
ROUGH BOATING
433
KAREN MISSION HOUSE BASSEIN
436
GIRLS SCHOOL HOUSE BASSEIN
441
THE TWO KAREN APOSTLES
443
KO THAHBYU MEMORIAL HALL
445
BIRTHPLACE OF SAU QUALA
452
THE REV HOWARD MALCOLM D D LL D
456
JONES AND DEAN OF SIAM
461
VIEW OF BANGKOK
463
REV WILLIAM DEAN Portrait
466
MRS MARIA MAINE DEAN
470
MISSIONS IN SIAM AND SHANLAND 4711
471
THE WHITE ELEPHANT OF SIAM 4714
471
PORTAL TO ROYAL AUDIENCE IIALL BANGKOK
472
A SIAMESE PRINCE ROYAL
474
WHEELBARROW TRAVEL IN CHINA
480
THE RELIGIONS OF CHINA
481
DRUM AND GONGS OF A CHINESE TEMPLE
482
WRITING AND SALE OF PRAYERS AND CHARMS
487
CHINESE BUDDHA
494
THE WORSHIP OF ANCESTORS 476
495
CHINESE GODDESS OF MERCY
498
A CHINAMANS FIRST ATTEMPT TO WORSHIP JESUS
504
MISSIONS IN CHINA
509
REV J LEWIS SHUCK Portrait
510
A BOWL OF RICE
529
JAPAN ITS RELIGIONS AND MISSIONS
530
CHINESE SENDING A PAPER PRAYER TO HEAVEN
533
JAPANESE BONZES
539
DAI BUTZ AN IDOL OF JAPAN
541
STANDING DEVOTEE 5411
541
BRITISH MISSIONS IN HINDUSTAN CEYLON AND ORISSA
541
TEMPLES AT BENARES
542
A COLLEGE AT CALCUTTA
543
THE LAST PRINCE OF DELHI 515
545
THE RELIGIONS OF AFRICA
557
SKINNER CROCKER AND BOWEN OF THE AFRI CAN MISSION
582
MISSIONS OF THE BRITISH BAPTISTS IN THE WEST INDIES
611
THE ASSAM AND TELUGU MISSIONS
636
THE AMERICAN BAPTIST FREE MISSION SOCIETY
676
MISSIONS IN FRANCE BRITTANY AND GERMANY
681
MISSIONS IN DENMARK NORWAY AND SWEDEN
707
MISSIONS IN GREECE ITALY AND SPAIN
726
WOMENS FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETIES
750
FINAL INQUIRIES AND CAUTIONS
767
APPENDIX
783
INDEX
795
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Page 775 - And out of His mouth goeth a sharp sword, that with it He should smite the nations ; and He shall rule them with a rod of iron : and He treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God. And He hath on His vesture and on His thigh a name written KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS.
Page 562 - For a' that, and a' that, Their dignities, and a' that, The pith o' sense, and pride o' worth, Are higher rank than a' that. Then let us pray that come it may, As come it will for a' that ; That sense and worth, o'er a' the earth, May bear the gree, and a' that. For a
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