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Title India's Women and China's Daughters
Volume Number 19
Issue Date Sep 1899
Keywords animal, arms, baby, baptism, Bible woman, birth, blindness, Brahman, Buddhism, camp, caste, catechist, children, Church of England, Church of England Zenana Missionary Society (CEZMS), Church of Ireland, clergy, colonialism, committee, communication, confession, convert, correspondence, deafness, death, dentistry, dispensary, doctor, examination, exhibition, fakeer, family, festival, fever, flood, furlough, gospel, government, healing, Hindu, hospital, hunting, hymn, idol, income, indigenous Christians, influenza, institution, Islam, Jesus, leprosy, magic lantern, marriage, medical mission, medicine, mission house, Mohammedan, monarch, money, murder, New Testament, nurse, nursery, opium, photograph, pioneer, plants, port, poverty, prayer, preaching, print, privilege, providence, rail, sacrifice, salvation, school, Scripture, secretary, secularisation, servant, service, ship, Sunday School, surgery, Suttee, teaching, The Bible, trial, typhoid, ward, widow, wife, women, youth, zenana
Countries Bangladesh; China; Hong Kong; India; Ireland; Israel; Japan; Kenya; Pakistan; Sri Lanka; Uganda; United Kingdom; United States
Places Africa; Amritsar; Andul; Bangalore; Bardhaman; Barharwa; Bengal; Bhagalpur; Chennai; Dera Ismail Khan; Dublin; Eluru; Fuhkien province; Fuzhou; Hong Kong; Jabalpur; Karachi; Kien-Ning; Kolkata; Krishnagar; London; Machilipatnam; Mankar; Mombasa; Mumbai; Palamcottah; Patna; Peshawar; Ranaghat; Sukkur; Tirunelveli; Zhenjiang
Produced By Church of England Zenana Missionary Society
Place of Publication London
Other Titles
Library Cadbury Research Library, University of Birmingham
Copyright Church Mission Society
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