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Title The Church Missionary Gleaner
Volume Number 1
Issue Date Mar 1874
Keywords abolition, Africans, agriculture, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms, baptism, blindness, Buddhism, camp, caste, catechist, charity, chief, children, Church of England, clergy, colonialism, colony, commerce, confirmation, congregation, convert, correspondence, death, doctor, education, European missionaries, evangelism, examination, fakeer, family, fever, generation, gospel, government, Hindu, hymn, identity, idol, immorality, indigenous Christians, injury, institution, Islam, Jesus, jewellery, literature, Maori, Mohammedan, money, morality, Native Church, New Testament, ordination, pastor, Pentecostal, pity, plants, port, prayer, preaching, print, Protestant, providence, psalm, race, rail, revolution, salvation, school, Scripture, secretary, secularisation, servant, service, sex, ship, slavery, Sunday School, superstition, teaching, The Bible, theology, trade, tribe, war, Wesleyan, wife, women, Yoruba, youth
Names Crowther, Samuel; Venn, Henry
Countries Bangladesh; Benin; Canada; China; Gambia; Germany; Guinea; India; Israel; Japan; Jordan; Madagascar; Mauritius; Mexico; New Zealand; Nigeria; Panama; Peru; Sierra Leone; United Kingdom
Places Africa; Agra; Allahabad; Al-Salt; Anglican Diocese of Gambia and the Rio Pongas; Antananarivo; Awadh; Bengal; Bombay Presidency; Chennai; Freetown; Fuhkien province; Fuzhou; Islington; Kolkata; London; Lucknow; Mumbai; Nagasaki; Napier; Nazareth; Ningbo; Ningde; Punjab; Regent, Sierra Leone; Shanghai; Tirunelveli; Wellington; York Factory; Yoruba country; Zhenjiang
Produced By Church Missionary Society
Place of Publication London
Other Titles
Library Crowther Mission Studies Library
Copyright Church Mission Society
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