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*A. H. W. "Heroes of the Mission Field. William Carey." The Primitive Methodist Magazine, for the Year of Our Lord 1885. Vol. VIII. of the New Series. Vol. LXVI. from the Commencement. London: Published by Joseph Toulson, at the Conference Office, Sutton Street, Commercial Road, St. George's-in-the-East, 1885. pp. 97-99.

*Anderson, Christopher.  A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of the Rev. William Carey, D.D. of Serampore, Bengal, Delivered in Charlotte Chapel, on the Evening of 30th November 1834.  2nd ed.  London: Parbury, Allen and Co., J. Nisbet, 1835 [electronic copy].

*Anderson, Maria F. Talks about Dr. William Carey. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1892.

*Art. II.  Memoir of William Carey, D.D.  By Eustace Carey.”  In The Monthly Review, From May to August Inclusive, 1836. Vol. II.  New and Improved Series.  London:  G. Henderson, 1836.  Pp. 457-65 [electronic edition].

*"Article V. Memoir of Carey. [Review of Eustace Carey, Memoir of William Carey, D. D.... Boston: Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, 1836]." The Christian Review. vol. 1. 1836. 531-552.

*Banks, J. S.  Three Indian Heroes: The Missionary, The Statesman, The Soldier.  London: Charles H. Kelly, [1870-1879?].

Biographies of William Carey (the missionary), Sir Henry Lawrence (the Statesman), and Sir Henry Havelock (the Soldier).  The biography of Carey is based on John Clark Marshman's The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman, and Ward.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Baptist Magazine. [Review of] "The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman, and Ward. Embracing the History of the Serampore Mission. 2 vols., Longman, Green and Co., 1859" The Oriental Baptist Vol. XIII, no. 149 (May, 1859), pp. 145-149. 

*"Baptist Mission." [From the London Baptist Magazine, for Sept. Extract of a Letter from Dr. Carey to Dr. Ryland, dated December 30th, 1816; received July 10, 1817.] Boston Recorder 2: 47 (November 18, 1817): 196.

[Baptist Missionary Society]. Correspondence between the Supreme Government of Bengal, and the missionaries at Serampore, in 1812 and 1813. London: Cornish and Co., 1814.

*Bateman, Josiah.  The Life of the Right Rev. Daniel Wilson, D.D., Late Lord Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India.  With Extracts from His Journal and Correspondence.  Two volumes.  Vol. I.  London: John Murray, 1860 [electronic edition].

*Belcher, Joseph.  George Whitefield: A Biography, with Special Reference to His Labors in America.  New York: American Tract Society, 1857.

*Belcher, Joseph. William Carey: A Biography. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1853.

Belcher, who was born in Birmingham, England in 1794,  became pastor of a Baptist church in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1844 and, in 1847, became pastor in Philadelphia at the Mount Tabor Church.

According to Stanley, History of BMS, p. 7, no. 14, this biography (p.19) contains the first mention of Ryland’s alleged statement to Carey in 1785: "Young man, sit down. When God pleases to convert the heathen, He will do it without your aid or mine."

-Myron C. Noonkester

*"Biographical Sketch of The Rev. William Carey, D.D., Late Principal of Serampore College, Bengal."  The Congregational Magazine,  for the Year 1835.  (January 1835):1-10; and (February 1835):73-83 [electronic edition].

*"Biographical Sketch of the Rev. William Carey, D. D., Late Missionary to Bengal and Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort-William, Calcutta." Scottish Christian Herald. 2 (1837): 419--421, 434-438.

"Brief Account of the Baptist Missionary Society."  Scottish Missionary Register.  I/III (March 1820):101-108.

*Brightwell, Cecelia Lucy.  A Home in the Land of Snows, and Other Sketches of Missionary Life.  In Romance of Modern Missions.  London: The Religious Tract Society, [1870].

After describing the life of a missionary in the Arctic, Brightwell includes a biography of Mrs. Boardman Judson, Dr.  William Carey, and Eustace Carey.  Numerous illustrations of mission stations throughout the world abound in the book.

-Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Britten, James, and G. S. Boulger.  A Biographical Index of British and Irish Botanists.  London: West, Newman & Co., 1893 (electronic edition).

Both Carey and William Roxburgh appear in this compilation as part of the 1825 entries.

-Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Carey, Mrs. E. Eustace Carey: A Missionary in India. London, 1857.

*Carey, Eustace. Memoir of William Carey, D.D.: Late Missionary to Bengal; Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort William, Calcutta. London: Jackson and Walford, 1836.

*_____________. Memoir of William Carey, D.D.: Late Missionary to Bengal; Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort William, Calcutta. London: Jackson and Walford, 1836 [electronic edition]. 

*_____________. Memoir of William Carey, D.D.: Late Missionary to Bengal; Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort William, Calcutta. London: Jackson and Walford, 2nd ed., 1837.

*_____________.  Another Edition with an Introductory Essay by Francis Wayland, D. D., Pres. of Brown University. Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 1836.

*_____________.  Another Edition with an Introductory Essay by Jeremiah Chaplin [1776-1841], Late President of Waterville College. Hartford: Canfield and Robins, 1837.

*_____________. Another Edition with Brief History of Evangelical Missions: with the Date of Commencement, and Progress and Present State by Andrew M. Smith. Hartford: Robins and Smith, 1844.

______________. Hartford: Henry E. Robinson and Co., 1849. 

*"Carey and Marshman." The Christian Index. 7: 16, October 20, 1832. p. 247.

*"Carey, Marshman, and Ward," The Baptist Magazine for 1859. pp. 129-136.

"Carey, Marshman, and Ward." Calcutta Review 32 (June, 1859): 437-469.

*Chatterjee, Sunil Kumar, compiler.  Family Letters of Dr. William Carey.  Serampore: Carey Library and Research Centre, 2002.

*Chown, Joseph Parbery. "William Carey: A Lecture by the Rev. J. P. Chown," in Lectures Delivered before the Young Men's Christian Association, in Exeter Hall, from November, 1858, to February, 1859. New York: Robert Carter and Brothers, No. 580, Broadway, 1859. pp. 123-150.

Christ, Ad. William Carey und seine Mitarbeiter: die Bahnbrecher der Mission in Englisch-Ostindien / ein Missionsvortrag von Ad. Christ. Basel : Verlag der Missionsbuchhandlung, 1877.

*Chute, Arthur C.  William Carey, A Sketch of Beginnings in Modern Missions.  With Prefatory Note by Rev. E. B. Hulbert, D. D. Chicago: Goodman & Dickerson, 1891.

This volume contains a series of biographical lectures read before the Baptist Ministers of Chicago, and was published at the request of the Conference, providing a short, useful introduction to Carey's life as a missionary.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Creegan, C. C. and Josephine A. B. Goodnow.  Great Missionaries of the Church.  Introduction by Rev. Francis E. Clark.  New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1895.

This book contains twenty-three short biographies of eminent nineteenth century missionaries.  Among others, included are William Carey, James Mills Thoburn, Adoniram Judson, and David Livingston.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Croly, Herbert David. Biographical Notice of the Rev. William Carey of Serampore. Newcastle: T. and J. Hodgson, 1843.

Culross, James. William Carey. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1881. 

*Culross, James.  William Carey.  New York: A. C. Armstrong and Son, 1882 [electronic edition].

*___________. William Carey. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, n.d..

*"Dr. Carey to Dr. Baldwin, Calcutta, July 23, 1816." American Baptist Magazine and Missionary Intelligencer. New Series. Vol. 1, no. 2. (March, 1817): 64-65.

*"Dr. Carey's Birth-place." The Antiquarian and General Review: Comprising Whatever is Useful and Instructive in Ecclesiastical or Historical Antiquities, Serving as a Book of Useful Reference, on Subjects of Research and Curiosity. Vol. III. Edited by Rev. William Arthur, A. M. Lansingburgh, New York: Printed at the Office of the Lansingburgh Gazette, 1847.  24-26.

Douwer, J. Leven en Werken van Dr. William Carey. Groningen:    , 1856.

*Dyer, John.  "The Rev. Doctor Carey, Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort William, Calcutta, &c, &c."  In The Christian Keepsake, and Missionary Annual.  Edited by William Ellis.  (London, Paris, and America: Fisher, Son, & Co., 1837).  Title Page    Page 9    Page 10    Page 11    Page 12    Page 13    Page 14    Page 15    Page 16    Page 17    Page 18    Page 19    Page 20    Page 21    Page 22    Page 23

 

Succeeding Andrew Fuller, John Dyer was secretary of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1817-1841, and became involved in a conflict with the Serampore missionaries concerning the mission's control, management, and finances.

 

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*________.  "January 26, 1835, Letter to The Congregational Magazine,  for the Year 1835.  (February 1835):136 [electronic edition].

In this January 26, 1835, letter, Rev. Dyer sought to correct a historical error regarding Carey's early life.  See below on J. W. Morris.

-Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*"Extract of a Letter from the Rev. Mr. Carey, to one of the Editors, dated Serampore, March 9, 1806." The Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine 1 (1806): 226.

*Farwell, Mary E.  The Life of William Carey.  In Missionary Annals.  New York: Fleming H. Revell, Co., 1888.

A standard, short (68 pp.) biography of Carey published for the Women's Presbyterian Board of Missions of the Northeast.  Possibly, the book is a summary of George Smith, The Life of William Carey, Shoemaker and Missionary (1887) or John Brown Myers, William Carey: The Shoemaker Who Became "The Father and Founder of Modern Missions" (1887).

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Frost, John. Cyclopedia of Eminent Christians of Various Denominations. By John Frost, LL. D. Author of "Pictorial History of the United States," etc. New York: John B. Alden, 393 Pearl Street, 1885.

Biographies of William Carey (p. 527) and Joshua Marshman (p. 530) appear in this volume. The biography of Carey states that Carey was born in Hackleton, erroneously correcting the Liverpool Times which had correctly reported his birth as occurring in Paulerspury.  The Marshman biography reprints the account contained in the Friend of India for December, 1837.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Fuller, Andrew Gunton.  Andrew Fuller.  London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1882 [electronic edition].

*Gardner, Rev. James. Ministering Men; Or Heroes of Missionary Enterprise, with an Essay on the Extension of the Missionary Spirit. London: J. Blackwood and Co., [1880s].

*_______________. Memoirs of Christian Missionaries; With an Essay on the Extension of the Missionary Spirit. Fourth Edition. London and Glasgow: Richard Griffin and Company, n. d.

*Gracey, Mrs. J. T.  "Mrs. Hannah Marshman: First Woman Missionary to India."  In Eminent Missionary Women.  Introductory Notes by Mrs. Joseph Cook and Mrs. S. L. Keen.  New York: Eaton de Mains, 1896, pp. 154-59 [electronic edition].

*"Guilsborough" in [John Taylor]. Antiquarian Memoranda and Biographies. Northamptonshire. Facsimile Illustrations and Portraits. Northampton: Printed and Published by Taylor & Son, 1901. no. XXXIII, p. 2.

In December 1792 the "dissenting meeting house" at Guilsborough was burned to the ground as a consequence of arson.  A £50 reward was offered but no culprit was located.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Herbert, William. Biographical Notice of the Rev. William Carey, D. D. of Serampore by the Hon. and Rev. William Herbert. Newcastle: T. and J. Hodgson, 1843.

*Higginbotham, J. J.  "William Carey; Joshua Marshman; William Ward; Rammohun Roy."  Men Whom India Has Known: Biographies of Eminent Indian Characters.  2nd ed.  Madras: Higginbotham and Co., 1874 (electronic edition).

"Hindoo Mode of Life. Extract of a Letter from Mrs. Leslie to Her Parents in England." Christian Register  4: 14.  April 9, 1825. p. 56.

Refers to conditions in girls' schools in Serampore.

-Myron C. Noonkester

*H., W. "Crinum Careyanum: Dr. Carey's Crinum." The Botanical Magazine; or Flower-Garden Displayed. by William Curtis. Volume 1. London: Printed by Stephen Couchman for W. Curtis,

*"Intelligence from India. Extract of a Letter from the Rev. Dr. Carey, to the Rev. Dr. Rogers, dated Calcutta, March 1810.[from Massachusetts Missionary Magazine]" Vermont Baptist Missionary Magazine 1: 3, (August, 1811): 70-72.

*"Intelligence from India. Extract of a Letter from the Rev. Dr. Carey, to the Rev. Dr. Staughton, of Philadelphia, dated Calcutta, March 8, 1810.[from Massachusetts Missionary Magazine]" Vermont Baptist Missionary Magazine 1: 3, (August, 1811): 72-74.

*"Intelligence from India. Extract of a Letter from the Rev. Mr. Chamberlain, to the Rev. Dr. Staughton, of Philadelphia, dated Rehoboth, (India) [,] January 26th, 1810.[from Massachusetts Missionary Magazine]" Vermont Baptist Missionary Magazine 1: 3, (August, 1811): 74-79.

Kingdon, Abraham. William Cary sy ny namany, etc. [William Carey and his Companions. Four Lectures in Malagasy]. Antananarivo: Friends' Foreign Mission Association, [1878].

*Landels, William.  "William Carey, The Linguist."  In Baptist Worthies: A Series of Sketches of Distinguished Men Who Have Held and Advocated the Principles of The Baptist Denomination.  London: Baptist Tract and Book Society, 1883; Pp. 159-196.

*"Letter VIII. Baptist Mission in India- Character of the Hindoos" in Letters on Ecclesiastical History. Written for the American Sunday School Union, and Revised by the Committee of Publication. Volume III. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, 1834.

*"Literary Shoemakers." Weekly Aurora. 10: 20. July 5, 1819.

Refers to Carey as an "able and indefatigable translator of the scriptures."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*"William Carey."  In Lives of Distinguished Shoemakers.  Portland, Maine: Davis & Southworth, 1849.  Pp. 77-104 (electronic edition).

*Macaulay, Thomas Babington.  Lord Clive: An Essay.  New York: Maynard, Merrill, & Co., 1889.

Macintosh, W. William Carey; or, Sanctified Scholarship. London: Book Society,[1870].

Mack, John. The Course of a Good and Great man : A Sermon Preached on Occasion of the Death of the Late Reverend William Carey, D.D. in the Mission Chapel, Serampore, Lord's Day, June 15th, and in Union Chapel, Calcutta, June 22nd, 1834. By John Mack. [Serampore] : Serampore Press, 1834.

*Malcolm, Howard. Travels in South-Eastern Asia, Embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam, and China; with Notices of Numerous Missionary Stations, and a Full Account of the Burman Empire; with Dissertations, Tables, etc. in Two Volumes. Third Edition. Boston: Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln. Sold by Booksellers Generally Throughout the United States, 1839.

*Marshman, John Clark. The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman and Ward. 2 vols.; London: Longman, 1859.

*__________________. The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman and Ward. 2 vols.; London: Longman, 1859.

This facsimile copy is a presentation copy by Dr. Lalchungnunga, Principal, Serampore College.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*__________________. The Story of the Lives of CAREY MARSHMAN & WARD The Serampore Missionaries: A Popular Edition Complete in One Volume. London: Alexander Strahan & Co., 1864.

*__________________. The Story of CAREY, MARSHMAN & WARD, The Serampore Missionaries. The Bunyan Library: for the Publication and Republication of Standard Works by Eminent Baptist Authors. Vol. XIII. London: J. Heaton & Son, 1864.

*_________________. The Life and Labours of CAREY, MARSHMAN & WARD. Popular Edition. New York: U. D. Ward, 1867. 

Marshman, Joshua, ed. Letters from the Rev. Dr. Carey. 3rd ed., London: Parbury, Allen , 1828.

Marshman, Joshua. The Efficiency of Divine Grace : a Funeral Sermon for the Late Rev. William Carey, D.D. Preached at the Danish Church, Serampore, Lord's-Day, June the 15th, 1834. By J. Marshman. [Serampore] : Serampore Press, 1834.

*McKenzie, Fred A. William Carey: The Story of his Life. London: James B. Knapp, n. d.

*"Metropolitan News." Illustrated London News. 39: no. 1104, August 24, 1861. p. 180.

Records that "The Centenary of the birth of Dr. Carey, the founder of the  Baptist Missionary Society, was celebrated by a meeting at Mr. Spurgeon's Tabernacle on Monday. Sir Morton Peto  presided."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*"Missionary Devotedness." The Philadelphian. 4: 29, July 18, 1828.

This short article refutes the myth that William Carey profiteered by earning a salary of "6000 dollars" a year.  It insists , upon the information of "Mr. [William] Yates, a gentleman of high standing from Calcutta," that the sum mentioned was a salary for Carey's professorship at Fort William College and that he contributed the money to the Serampore Mission.

*"Missionary Hero, A" in Record of Christian Work with Daily Scripture Readings. New York and Chicago: Fleming H. Revell Company. 11: 7 (July, 1892): 195-196.

*Mitchell, Sheila. Not Disobedient...: A History of United Baptist Church, Leicester including Harvey Lane 1760-1845, Belvoir Street 1845-1940 and Charles Street 1831-1940. [Leicester]: United Baptist Church. 1984.

*Moister, W(illiam).  "Dr. Carey."  In Missionary Pioneers: Being Memorial Sketches of Eminent Ministers who Have Led the Way in Different Parts of the Mission Field London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., and W. Nichols, 1871.  Pp. 542-551 [electronic copy].

*Morris, J. W.  "Rev. J. W. Morris on an Incident in the Early History of Dr. Carey, in Reply to the Rev. John Dyer."  In The Congregational Magazine,  for the Year 1835.  (March 1835):161-64 [electronic edition].

*Myers, John Brown.  William Carey: The Shoemaker Who Became "The Father and Founder of Modern Missions". London: S.W. Partridge, [1887].

*_______________. Kilmarnock, Scotland: John Ritchie, n.d.

*_______________. [trans. Isabella Mudhenf] William Carey, der Schuhmacher, der "Vater und Begrunder der neueren Heidenmission." Hamburg: J. C. Inden, 1893.

*_______________. [trans. B. Schmidt] William Carey, der Missionspinier in Indien. Nach J. B. Myers für die Jugend bearbeitet von B. Schmidt. Cassel: Verlag von J. G. Oncken Nachfolger, 1922.

*"Native Schools in India." Weekly Aurora. 10: 36. October 25, 1819.

*[Newcastle Typographical Society]. Fenwick, John, et al. Ten Works Issued by the Newcastle Typographical Society. Newcastle: Newcastle Typographical Society, 1843, 1846.

*Northamptonshire Notes and Queries, An Illustrated Quarterly Journal, Devoted to The Antiquities, Family History, Traditions, Parochial Records, Folklore, Quaint Customs, etc., of the County. Edited by Christopher Markham, F. S. A., Hon. Sec. of the Architectural Society of the Archdeaconries of Northampton and Oakham, Vol. IV. Northampton: The Dryden Press, Taylor & Son, 9 College Street, 1892.

*Page, Jesse.  Henry Martyn, His Life and Labours: Cambridge-India-Persia.  Illustrated by H. R. Millar, etc.  London: S. W. Partridge & Co., 1890-1899.

*Page, W. "560. The Nen, or Nene, and its Branches" Northamptonshire Notes and Queries (1892), 4: 17-18.

A penciled marginal note and editorial correction in the Center's copy alters "Johnston" to "Johnson."

--Myron C. Noonkester

Pattison, T. Harwood. The Making of William Carey. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1892.

Pearce, Samuel. Missionary Correspondence: Containing Extracts of Letters from the late Mr. Samuel Pearce, to the Missionaries in India, between the years 1794, and 1798; and from Mr. John Thomas, from 1798, to 1800. London, Printed for T. Gardiner, 1814.

Rutherford, John. Missionary Pioneers in India. Edinburgh: Eliot, 1896.

Includes biographies of Indian missionaries Ziegenbalg, Schwartz, Henry Martyn, Heber and Carey.

-Myron C. Noonkester

*Schuurman. M. William Carey. De Groote Apostel van Voor-Indie. Leiden: D. Donner, [c.1890].

*"Serampore Missionaries, The." Good Words for 1860. Edited by Norman Macleod, D. D. One of Her Majesty's Chaplains for Scotland. And Illustrated by J. B., J. D. Watson, J. Wolf, F. Walker, and Others. London: Alexander Strahan and Co., 32, Ludgate Hill, [1860], pp. 419-423.

*"[Serampore Missionaries, The, continued] Missionary Sketches. No. IV.-The Serampore Missionaries."  Good Words for 1860. Edited by Norman Macleod, D. D. One of Her Majesty's Chaplains for Scotland. And Illustrated by J. B., J. D. Watson, J. Wolf, F. Walker, and Others. London: Alexander Strahan and Co., 32, Ludgate Hill, [1860], pp. 549-552.

*Smith, George. The Life of William Carey, D.D., Shoemaker and Missionary. London: John Murray, 1885.

*Sternberg, Thomas. The Dialect and Folk-lore of Northamptonshire. London: John Russell Smith, 4. Old Compton St., Soho; Northampton: Able and Sons; G. N. Wetton; Oundle: R. Toddd; Brackley: A. Green, 1851.

*Stewart, J. W. A. "William Carey." [Carey Centennial Meeting, Jarvis Street Baptist Church, Toronto, Canada.] The Bible Standard 12/10 (October 1892):155-156.

*"Summary of News. Missionary & Religious. Burmah." Christian Mirror. 5: 27. February 16, 1827. p. 3.

This article reports that, on or about July 13, upon the ordination of Mr. Statham to be pastor at Howrah, Rev. Mr. Mack of Serampore addressed the congregation and "the venerable Dr. Carey delivered the charge to the pastor."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Taylor, John (compiler).  Biographical and Literary Notices of William Carey, D.D., The English Patriarch of Indian Missions and the First Professor of the Sanskrit and Other Oriental Languages in Indian Missions.  Comprising Extracts from Church Books, Autograph MSS., and other Records.  Also A List of Interesting Mementoes Connected with Carey.  With Bibliographical Lists of Works relating to, or written by Carey; and pertaining to Baptist Missions in the East, etc.  And Addenda.  Northampton: The Dryden Press, Taylor and Son; London: Alexander and Shepheard, 1886.

*Taylor, Lucy. Stories of Noble Lives: William Carey [,] Captain Hedley Vicars. London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1897.

*The Life of Christian F. Swartz, an Early Missionary.  Revised by the Committee of Publication.  Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, 1827.

*The Rev. Dr. William Carey."  In The Annual Biography and Obituary; 1836.  Vol. XX.  London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1836.  Pp. 64-83 (electronic edition).

*Tichenor, J. L. "William Carey." Lagrange College Magazine. 3, no. 3: (August, 1892): 3-9.

*Titterington, Sophie Bronson.  The Story of a Cobbler.  In Tropic Land Series.  Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1892.

*Tulloch, W. W. "William Carey and the Serampore Mission" Life and Work: A Parish Magazine. Vol. 5. October, 1883: 155-157.

*Tweedie, W. K. Earnest Men: Their Life and Work. London: T. Nelson and Sons, Paternoster Row, 1884.

*Urban, Sylvanus. "Rev. W. Carey, D.D."  The Gentleman's Magazine.  Vol. III.  New Series.  January to June 1835.  London: William Pickering; John Bowyer Nichols and Son, 1835.  Pp. 547-53 (electronic edition).

*"William Carey, D.D. Late Missionary to Bengal, and Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort William." Scottish Congregational Magazine. 3: 1837.  pp. 331-337.

This eulogy is a copy of an article in the American Christian Review.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*"William, Carey, D. D. " The Home Circle. A Monthly Magazine. Vol. I. 1882. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1420 Chestnut Street, [1882]. 314-315.

William Carey; or, Sanctified Scholarship. Great Lives and Their Lessons, no. 2. London: W. Macintosh; Book Society, [1870].

William Carey: Translator of the Bible into Sanskrit; the Father and Founder of Modern Missions. 2nd ed., London and Madras: Christian Literature Society for India, 1899.

*Williams, Leighton and Mornay. Serampore Letters : being the Unpublished Correspondence of William Carey and others with John Williams, 1800-1816. With an introduction by Thomas Wright. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1892.

*Winks, William Edward. Lives of Illustrious Shoemakers. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, Publishers, 10 and 12 Dey Street, [1883].

___________. Another ed. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1883.

Wright, T. William Carey. London: Pearce, 1896.

*Wright, Thomas. The Town of Cowper or the Literary and Historical Associations of Olney and its Neighbourhood. 2nd ed. London: Sampson Low, Marston and Company Limited, 1893.

*Yonge, C. M.  Pioneers and Founders, or Recent Workers in the Mission Field.  London: Macmillan & Co., 1874.

Among other biographies of missionaries (i.e., Eliot, Brainerd, Schwartz, Martyn, Judson, Heber, etc.), this volume includes a chapter on "William Carey and Joshua Marshman, the Serampore Missionaries."

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

 

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