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F. Deaville Walker [1878-1945]
William Carey. Missionary Pioneer and Statesman

London: Student Christian Movement, 1926. Hbk. pp.320.





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F. Deaville Walker [1878-1945], William Carey. Missionary Pioneer and Statesman

Contents

  • Editorial Note
  • Author's Preface
  1. Childhood in the Weavers' Cottage
  2. Boyhood at the Village School
  3. The Shoemaker's Apprentice
  4. Early Work as a Voluntary Preacher
  5. Moulton and the Missionary Call
  6. Leicester: Days of Trial and Conflict
  7. The Enquiry: Carey's First Great Achievement
  8. The Formation of the Baptist Missionary Society
  9. Planning the Campaign
  10. Facing the Problems
  11. The Voyage to India
  12. India When Carey Landed
  13. Arrival in India: Dark Days
  14. Into the Wilderness
  15. Mudnabatty - Carey's Second Apprenticeship
  16. Planning a Forward Movement
  17. A Refuge Under the Danish Flag
  18. A Wonderful Year At Serampore: The Mission Established
  19. Converts, Trials, and Progress
  20. Carey Becomes a College Professor
  21. Service for Humanity
  22. The Greatest Fight of All
  23. The Scriptures in Forty Languages
  24. Founding a College
  25. Sorrow Upon Sorrow
  26. Carey's Private Life at Serampore
  27. "Not a Single Desire Ungratified"
    Index

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