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Title The Missionary Papers, 1816-1878
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1816-1878
Document Type Journal, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Region Africa, South Asia, Australasia, Central America and the Caribbean, Middle East, North America, East Asia
Names William Dawes (issues 1, 16), Reverend Samuel Marsden (3, 4, 16), Reverend G. R. Nylander, Lord Gambier (6), Reverend William Yate (59, 66, 70, 73, 81), Abdool Messeeh's (62), Bishop of Calcutta (101, 104), Henry Martyn (90), Confucius (115), Reverend H. Townsend, Right Reverend John Bowen, Bishop of Sierra Leone (175), Reverend Samuel Crowther (103, 116, 137, 169, 177, 226, 228, 230, 242), Sultan of Turkey (221), Speke, Grant and David Livingstone (249)
Places West Africa, Sierra Leone (issues 9, 14, 21, 55, 80, 87, 112, 140, 151, 164, 176, 204), Freetown, Rangee Hoo, Bathurst, York, Hastings, Regent's Town, Yoruba (137, 194), Nigeria, Abyssinia (57, 69), Ethiopia, River Niger (169, 177), Bonny (242), India, Goree, Calcutta, Orissa (7), Burdwan (107), Travancore (118, 124, 142, 191, 202, 224), Gya (56), Delhi (227), Salsette Island (63), Tinnevelly (110, 114, 173, 178, 179, 206, 240), Punjab (229), Benares (64, 134, 182), Bombay (74, 82, 129, 143), Madras (78, 85, 110, 130, 246), Krishnaghur, Gorruckpore (119), Himalayas (121), Jaunpore (127), Sindh (162), Teluga, Peshawar (189), Malta, New Zealand, Waimate (81), New Holland, Australia, Canada, Rupert's land (139, 16, 200, 217, 220),Greenland (6), Hudson's Bay (160), West Indies, Antigua, Jamaica (78, 121), British Guiana (78, 100, 106, 113, 135, 147), Ceylon (67, 72, 73, 141), Sri Lanka, Kandy (48, 195, 236, 247), Cotta (98), Burma, Rangoon (50), Israel, Palestine, Jerusalem (60), Nazareth, River Jordan (199), Mauritius (166, 176), China, Honan (115), Shanghai (123), Island of Elephanta (129), Ningpo (145, 205), Scutari, Constantinople (152, 221), Turkey, Istanbul, Japan (235, 239), Switzerland, Basle (37), Cornwall, England (53), Zanzibar (231)
Topics missionary papers, periodical, Church Missionary Society, CMS, funding (Issue 22), missionary reports, missionary work, evangelism, need to convert Hindus, Heathens, Bulloms (1, 4), Kolloh-man, tribal customs, superstition (1), Sierra Leone Company (1), mission statement of CMS, religion, Islam, Mohammedanism (152, 201, 221, 227), Hindus (71, 82, 111), Fakeers, devotees begging in Calcutta, bed of nails (86), Hindu burial customs (32), Sati, Suttee (26), death on banks of Ganges (29), Hindu Gods (5, 6, 7, 14, 19, 22, 23, 24, 33, 45, 47), Hindu festivals, Festival of Juggernaut (5), Hindu temples (56, 74, 95), Temple of Goruckhnath (54), Temple of Juggernaut (7, 36, 39), Hindu sacrifices (8, 26), human sacrifice in India (165), caste system (11), bathing in the Ganges (27), training missionaries (37), girls school in Calcutta (41, 49), Greegree man (43), low expectations of Hindu schools (28), need for Christian schools, impact of missions on Hindu culture (45), Maoris (3, 14, 59, 66, 70, 73, 77), culture, religion, education, New Zealand Mission (83, 88, 91, 92, 99, 102, 105, 112, 126, 138, 150, 161, 198, 228, 232), peace influence of New Zealand missionaries (212), New Zealand War expedition (91), Maori chief visit to England (42), education of son of Maori chief by CMS (10), education of African youth in London by CMS (12), West Africa Missions (80, 87, 89120), Zulus (90), West African religion (9), hook swinging (16), witchcraft trials in West Africa (18), dress and costume in Freetown (164), infanticide (115), human sacrifice in Africa (137), tribal conflict, African tribal wars (194), Bassas (18), Fourah Bay College (112, 116), North West America Mission (30), indigenous peoples, Native Americans (6, 30, 44, 70, 92, 106, 117, 139, 149, 172, 180), death, Native American burial customs (149, 180), Hudson Bay Company (200, 220), Esquimaux, Inuit (160, 187), law, Chinese justice system (185), opium trade (181), Buddhism (50, 52, 67), Buddhism (115, 118, 190, 195, 239), Taoism (115), Druidism (53), Mediterranean missions (72), New Holland, Australia Mission (75), indigenous peoples, Australian Aborigines (84), recording deaths of converted natives
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