4 edition of The Mission cemetery and the fallen missionaries of Fuh Chau, China found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by I.W. Wiley|
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|Pagination||374 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||374|
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Mission cemetery and the fallen missionaries of Fuh Chau, China. New York: Carlton & Porter, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: I W Wiley. Perhaps the proportion of fallen missionaries here does not surpass that of other new and untried fields; and we must remember that, although other parts of China had been occupied several years by missionaries and foreign residents, yet Fuh-Chau was entirely unknown, and presented all the hazards and difficulties of an entirely new field.
The mission cemetery and the fallen missionaries of Fuh Chau, China: with an introductory notice of Fuh Chau and its missions / (New York: Carlton & Porter, c), ed. by Isaac William Wiley (page images at HathiTrust). Isaac William Wiley: The Mission Cemetery and the fallen Missionaries of Fuh-Chau, China.
With an Introductory notice of Fuh Chau and its Missions (New York: Carlton & Porter, ) Digitized: Google Books (book contributor: Harvard University; digitized: 4 October ) No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie.
The mission cemetery and the fallen missionaries of Fuh Chau, China (New York, ), p, Mrs. Colder was the daughter of Rev. John Winebrenner, and the wife of Rev. James Colder. Mrs. Colder and her husband were both members of the Methodist Episcopal Mission, and arrived in China in JulyWaist-length portrait of the missionary.
Isaac William Wiley (simplified Chinese: 怀礼; traditional Chinese: 懷禮; Pinyin: Huáilǐ; Foochow Romanized: Huài-lā̤; 29 March – 22 November ) was an American who distinguished himself as a physician, a Methodist missionary to China, a pastor, as the president of a seminary, as an editor, and as a bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in Born: MaLewistown, Pennsylvania.
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This text refers to the Bibliobazaar edition. The Foochow Mission History unfolds itself on January 2,when Stephen Johnson, the first Protestant missionary to Foochow, set foot on Nantai Island, and it ends on Decemwhen Carleton Lacy, the last China Methodist Bishop, died a lonely and miserable prisoner at Union Hospital.
During that century (a little less than years) which. Full text of "The China mission: embracing a history of the various missions of all denominations among the Chinese, with biographical sketches of deceased missionaries" See other formats.
Born in the Reformed (Dutch) Church Mission, her missionaries have ever taken a deep interest in its success. At first the books, tracts, etc., were printed from blocks, but in ’ movable type was introduced and Rev. Howard Vau Doren superintended the press.
The mission cemetery and the fallen missionaries of Fuh Chau, China (New York, ), p. Mrs. White and her husband were both members of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. They arrived in Fuh Chau, China, in SeptemberAnother portrait appears in: American missionary memorial (New York, ), p.Waist.
Bishop Wiley traveled extensively to the various U.S. States and Territories. In he made an extensive tour in support of the M.E. missions in Japan and China.
Bishop Wiley died in Foochow, China, 22 November The funeral services took place the next day at Tieng Ang Tong. Selected Writings. The Fallen Missionaries of Foo Chow. In –1, the number of Protestant missionaries in China reached ; but in March,when the China Inland Mission was projected, it had fallen off to about Since that time many have gone out and laboured in China, and in March,there were missionaries in the field, and 52 absent on furlough, giving a total of The war in the East is certainly interesting from more than one point of view.
Viewing it from the humane standpoint, Japan is, indeed, the true standard-bearer of civilization and progress in the far east. Her mission is to enlighten the millions of slumbering souls in the Celestial Kingdom, darkened for generations. affiliated with the China Inland Mission.
The South-Central; from K'ii-wu to Ping-yao, worked by the China Inland Mission only. The North-Central; with T'ai-yiian-fu, the provincial capital, for its centre, worked by the Baptist Missionary Society, the American Board, the File Size: 20MB. Full text of "Conquests of the cross: a record of missionary work throughout the world" See other formats.The record is well entitled “A Thousand Miles of Miracle,” for no reader can fail to see the finger of God, as well in the grace that supported himself and his family, as in the marvelous and multiplied deliverances of which they were the subjects during those many weeks of “daily dying” under the cruelties of the heathen Chinese Boxers.
God has greatly blessed its perusal to Author: Archibald Edward Glover.A Japanese Commercial Mission visited Ch’ung-k’ing in December,and returned in January,and the United States Mission, which left Tien-tsin overland for Chêng-tu to arrange a settlement, so far as American missionaries were concerned, of the anti-missionary outrages which occurred there and in other parts of the Province of.