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*Account of the London Missionary Society Extracted from Dr. Rippon's Baptist Annual Register.  To which is Added the State of Religion at Sierra Leone, in Africa. From Numbers 10 and 11 of the Register. With an Evangelical Hymn, Composed in the bengali Language, 1788, by Ram ram Boshoo, a Hindoo Munshee. Philadelphia; Printed by Lang and Ustick, 1796.

The Center's copy is bound with the Missionary Magazine for 1796.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*A Committee of the Baptist Board of Foreign for the United States [William Staughton, D. D. ed.] The Latter Day Luminary. Volume I. Philadelphia: Printed for the Board by Anderson and Meehan, No. 59 Locust Street, 1818.

*__________________. The Latter Day Luminary. Volume II. Philadelphia: Printed for the Board by Anderson and Meehan, No. 12 South Eighth-Street, 1821.

*Address and Constitution of the New York Missionary Society. New York: Printed by T. and J. Swords, 1796.

The Center's copy is bound with the Missionary Magazine for 1796.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*After a Hundred Years: A Popular Illustrated Report of the British and Foreign Bible Society for the Centenary Year 1903-4.  London: The Bible House, 1904.

*Ajayi, J. F. Ade.  "From Mission to Church: The Heritage of the Church Mission Society."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 22 (April 1999):50-55 [electronic edition].

*Alban, Donald H. Jr., Robert H. Woods Jr., and Marsha Daigle-Williamson.  "The Writings of William Carey: Journalism as Mission in a Modern Age."  Mission Studies 22/1 (2005):1-30 [electronic edition].

Allen, Ronald. Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s or Ours? A Study of the Church in the Four Provinces. London, 1912; reissued 1965.

_____________. The Spontaneous Expansion of the Church and the Uses Which Hinder It. London; World Dominion Press, 1927; 2nd ed., 1949; 4th ed., 1960; Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans, 1962, 1980.

Amey, B. "Baptist Missionary Society Radicals," Baptist Quarterly 26 (1975-6): .

*An Abstract of the Annual Reports and Correspondence of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, from the Commencement of its Connexion with the East India Missions, A. D. 1709, to the Present Day; Together with the Charges Delivered to the Missionaries at Different Periods, on Their Departure for their Several Missions. Published by Direction of the Board of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. London: Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington, Booksellers to the Society, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard; By Law and Gilbert, St. John's-Square, Clerkenwell, 1814.

*"Annual Receipts of Missionary, Bible, Education and Tract Societies." Boston Recorder and Telegraph.  11: 14. April 7, 1826.

*[First] Annual Report of the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions for the United States. Philadelphia: Printed by order of the Board. William Fry, Printer, 1815.

*[Second] Annual Report of the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions for the United States. Philadelphia: Printed by order of the Board. Anderson and Meehan, Printers, 1816.

*[Proceedings of the General Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States, at Their First Triennial Meeting, Held in Philadelphia, from the 7th to the 14th of may, 1817: Together with the Third] Annual Report of the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions for the United States. Philadelphia: Printed by order of the Convention. Anderson and Meehan, Printers, 1817.

*"Assassination of a Missionary." Morning Chronicle & Baltimore Advertiser. 1: 54. June 9, 1819. [p.3].

*Bacheler, O. R. Hinduism and Christianity in Orissa: Containing a Brief Description of the Country, Religion, Manners and Customs, of the Hindus, and An Account of the Operations of the American Freewill Baptist Mission in Northern Orissa. Illustrated by a Map and Thirty=Three Engravings. By O. R. Bacheler, Eleven Years Missionary in Orissa. Boston: Published by Charles Waite, no. 55, Cornhill, 1853.

*Ballantyne, James R. Christianity Contrasted with Hindu Philosophy: An Essay, in Five Books, Sanskrit and English: With Practical Suggestions Tendered to the Missionary Among the Hindus. By James R. Ballantyne, LL.D.,  Professor of Moral Philosophy, and Principal of the Government College at Benares. London: James Madden, Leadenhall Street, 1859.

Baptist Missionary Society.  Annual Report to the Committee of the Baptist Missionary Society. London: J. Haddon, 1819-1828.

*____________. Brief Narrative of the Baptist Mission in India. Dunstable and London: Printed by J. W. Morris. Sold by Button, 24 and Burditt, 60,Paternoster-Row. And May be Had of the Baptist Ministers in Most of the Principal Towns of the Kingdom, 1808. 

_____________.  Brief Narrative of the Baptist Mission in India. 2nd ed., enlarged, Edinburgh: Greig and Walker, 1810.

_____________. Brief Narrative of the Baptist Mission in India Including an Account of Translations of the Sacred Scriptures into the Various Languages of the East. 4th ed., London: E. W. Morris, 1813.

*________________. Brief View of the Baptist Missions and Translations with Specimens of Various Languages in which the Scriptures are Printing at the Mission Press, Serampore. Accompanied with a Map, Illustrative of the Different Stations and the Countries in which the Languages are Spoken. Compiled from the Printed Accounts of the Baptist Missionary Society. London: Printed by J. Haddon, Tabernacle Wa[l]k. Sold by Button & Son; Gale, Curtis, & Fenner; and Hamilton, Paternoster-Row; Seely, Fleet-Street; Gardiner, Princes-Street, Soho; Hatchard, 190, Piccadilly; Dugdale, and Keene, Dublin; and Innes, Edinburgh. And May be had of the Baptist Ministers in Most Principal Towns, 1815. 

_____________. Original Minutes of the Meeting Held on October the Second, 1792, at Kettering, Showing the Formation of the Baptist Missionary Society. London: Baptist Missionary Society, n. d. 

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society, Vol. I. Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris, Sold by Button, London; and May be Had of the Baptist Ministers in Most of the Principal Towns in the Kingdom, 1800.

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society, Vol. II. Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris, Sold by Button, London; and May be Had of the Baptist Ministers in Most of the Principal Towns in the Kingdom, 1801.

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society, Vol. III. Dunstable: Printed by J. W. Morris, Sold by Button, 24, and Burditt, 60, Paternoster-Row, London; and May be Had of the Baptist Ministers in Most of the Principal Towns in the Kingdom, 1806.

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society, Vol. IV. London: Printed by Burditt and Morris, Worship Square, Sold by W. Button, 24 and J. Burditt, 60, Paternoster Row; and may be had of the Baptist Ministers in most of the principal Towns in the Kingdom, 1810. 

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society, Vol. V. Kettering: Printed by J. G. Fuller, Sold by W. Button, 24, Pater-noster Row, London.  1813.

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society, Vol. VI. Bristol: Printed by J. G. Fuller, Sold by W. Button, Paternoster Row, London, 1817.

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society. No. XXXI. From June 1815, to January 1816. Bristol: Printed by J. G. Fuller, St. Augustine's Place. Sold by Button & Son, Paternoster Row, Gardiner & Son, Princes Street, Cavendish Square, London, . And May be had of Baptist Ministers in Most Principal Towns, 1817.

*____________. Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society. No. XXXII. Bristol: Printed by J. G. Fuller, St. Augustine's Place. Sold by Button & Son, Paternoster Row. And May be had of Baptist Ministers in Most Principal Towns, 1818.

*____________. Periodical Accounts of the Baptist Missionary Society. No. XXXIII. From July, 1816, to the end of 1817. Bristol: Printed by J. G. Fuller, St. Augustine's Place. Sold by Button & Son, Paternoster Row, and Gardiner & Son, Princes Street, Cavendish Square, London, And May be had of Baptist Ministers in Most Principal Towns, 1818.

*____________. "Substance of the Report Read at Oxford, Oct. 1, 1817." Boston Recorder. 3: 21. May 19, 1818.

_____________. Quarterly Papers for the Use of the Weekly and Monthly Contributors to the Baptist Missionary Society. Finsbury: Baptist Missionary Society, 1822-1844.

*____________. Supplement to No. XXXI of the Periodical Accounts of the Baptist Missionary Society Containing a Memoir of the Translations of the Sacred Scriptures Dated March 21, 1816, etc. etc. Bristol: Printed by J. G. Fuller, St. Augustine's Place, etc. 1817.

*____________.  Ter-Jubilee Celebrations 1942-4: Programmes of Meetings and Services in London, Kettering, Leicester, Paulersbury, and Northampton With some of the Sermons and Speeches And a Statement of the Contributions to the Celebrations Funds.  London: Baptist Missionary Society, 1945.

*Barnes, Lemuel Call. Two Thousand Years of Missions before Carey. 6th ed., Chicago: the Christian Culture Press, 1906.

[Barrow, John]. "Article III" [reviews Brief Views of the Baptist Missions and Translations; with Specimens of Various Languages in which the Scriptures are Printing at the Mission Press, Serampore] Quarterly Review 15, no. 30 (July, 1816): 350-375.

Bassett, T. M. The Baptists of Wales and the Baptist Missionary Society. Swansea: Ilston Press, 1991.

*Beard, J. B.  "Prize Essay on Christianity in India: Part I and Part II."  In Dublin University Magazine, A Literary and Political Journal.  Vol. LIII,  No. CCCXVIII (June 1859):513-37; 641-63 [electronic edition with some pages missing].

*Bennett, Clinton.  "The Legacy of Henry Martyn."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 16 (January 1992):10-15 [electronic edition].

*Bliss, Edwin Munsell. The Missionary Enterprise. A Concise History of Its Objects, Methods and Extension. New York: The Fleming H. Revell Company, 1908.

*Bogue, David.  Objections against a mission to the heathen, stated and considered.  A Sermon, Preached at Tottenham Court Chapel, before the Founders of the Missionary Society, 24 Sep. 1795.  The First American Edition.  Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, For the "Society of inquiry on the subject of missions," in Divinity College, Andover, 1811.

*Brackney, William H.  "The Legacy of Adoniram Judson."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 22 (July 1998):122-27.

*Bray, John.  "Early Protestant Missionary Engagement with the Himalayan Region and Tibet."  In Ladakhi Histories: Local and Regional Perspectives.  Edited by John Bray.  Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2005.  Pp. 249-70 [electronic edition].

*Briggs, Frederick W. Briggs. Missions Apostolic and Modern: An Exposition of the Narrative of St. Paul's First Missionary Journey, in Relation to teh Protestant Missions of the Present Century. By Frederick W. Briggs, Author of "Pentecost, and the Founding of the Church." London; Hamilton, Adams, and Co. Sold by John Mason, 66, Paternoster-Row, [1863].

*Brightwell, Miss.  A Home in the Land of Snows, and Other Sketches of Missionary Life.  London: The Religoius Tract Society, 1870.

*British and Foreign Bible Society. The Tenth Report of the British and Foreign Bible Society; MDCCCXIV. with an Appendix, and a List of Subscribers and Benefactors. London: Printed by J. Tilling, Grosvernor-Row, Chelsea; Sold by L. B. Seeley at the Society's Depository, 169 Fleet Street; J. Hatchard, 190 Piccadilly; Oliphant, Waugh, and Innes, Hunter's Square, Edinburgh; and by all other booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1814. 

*British and Foreign Bible Society. The Eleventh Report of the British and Foreign Bible Society; MDCCCXV. with an Appendix, and a List of Subscribers and Benefactors. London: Printed by J. Tilling, Grosvernor-Row, Chelsea; Sold by L. B. Seeley at the Society's Depository, 169 Fleet Street; J. Hatchard, 190 Piccadilly; Oliphant, Waugh, and Innes, Hunter's Square, Edinburgh; and by all other booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1815. 

Bronte, Charlotte. Villette. New York: Bantam, 1986 [orig. 1853].

Chapter 3 (p. 27) contains the following comment from Paulina Home: "' Here is a picture of thousands gathered in a desolate place- a plain, spread with sand- round a man in black,- a good, good Englishman,- a missionary, who is preaching to them under a palm-tree.'  (She showed a little colored cut to that effect.)"

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Brooke, Jonathan. "Preachers, Policy, and Pragmatism: East India Company Administration and the 'Missions Question' in Bengal, 1806-1807." M. A. thesis, University of New Orleans, 2003.

*Brown, William. The History of the Propagation of Christianity among the Heathen, since the Reformation By the Rev. William Brown, M. D. in Two Volumes. First American, from the Last London Edition. New York:  Published by E. Low, No. 24 Catherine-Street, 1816.

______________. The History of the Propagation of Christianity among the Heathen, since the Reformation. 3 vols., 3rd ed., Edinburgh: W. Oliphant, 1854.

Brunner, Daniel. "The Role of Halle Pietists in England (c. 1700-c.1740) with Special Reference to the SPCK." D.Phil. thesis, Oxford University, 1988.

*Campbell, James R. Missions in Hindustan; With a Brief Description of the Country and Of the Moral and Social Condition of the Inhabitants. Philadelphia, Pa.: Geo. H. Stuart, 1852. 

*Carpenter, Joel A.  "The Changing Face of Christianity: 2006 H. I. Hester Lecture Part 1."  The Southern Baptist Educator  Vol. LXX, No. 4 (Third Quarter 2006): 4-8.

Carpenter rehearses numerous statistics indicating that world Christianity has moved from a northern and western base to a southern and eastern.  Of special note are two statements: 1) "In 1900, 80 percent of the world's Christians lived in Europe and North America.  A century later, 60 percent of the world's Christians are living in Africa, Asia and Latin America" (p. 4), and 2) "the process of decolonization . . . freed Christianity to be more at hone in local situations.  Christian grew much more rapidly after the end of the colonial empires than during them."

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Carpenter, John B.  "New England Puritans: The Grandparents of Modern Protestant Missions."  Missiology 30 (October 2002):519-32.

Carson, P. S. E. "'Soldiers of Christ': Evangelicals and India, 1784-1833." Ph.D. thesis, London, 1988.

Chakkuvarackal, Johnson.  "The Serampore Mission and the Linguistic Renaissance in India."  Bangalore Theological Forum  35 (December 2003):

*Chakrabarti, Rabindranath, ed.  1818-1968 Serampore College Magazine Terjubilee Number.  New Series XVII, Vol. 23 (November 1968):1-47.

A diglot edition in English and Hindi, articles and photographs appear on Serampore College, its history, its founders, its students, and various contemporary issues.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Chalmers, Thomas. The Two Great Instruments Appointed for the Propagation of the Gospel: A Sermon... Edinburgh:   , 1812.

________. The Utility of Missions Ascertained by Experience: A Sermon Preached Before the Society in Scotland... for Propagating Christian Knowledge... Edinburgh:  , 1815.

*Chapin, Walter. The Missionary Gazetteer, Comprising a View of the Inhabitants, and a Geographical Description [&] General History of Missions. Woodstock, Vermont: David Watson, 1825.

*Chaplin, Mrs. Ada C.  Our Gold-Mine.  The Story of American Baptist Missions in India.  Seventh ed.  Boston: W. G. Corthell, Publishers, 1883.

*Choules, John O[verton]. The Origin and History of Missions; A Record of the Voyages, Travels, Labors and Successes of the Various Missionaries, Who Have Been Sent Forth by Protestant Societies and Churches to Evangelize the Heathen; Compiled from Authentic Documents; Forming a Complete Missionary Repository; Illustrated by Numerous Engravings, From Original Drawings Made Expressly for this Work. By the Rev. John O. Choules, A. M. of New York. and the Rev. Thomas Smith, Late Minister of Trinity Chapel, London. Seventh Edition. In Two Volumes. New York: Robert Carter, 58 Canal Street, Pittsburgh: Thomas Carter, 1844.

*Choules, John Overton. "The Missionary a Contributor to Science and Literature," in Christ's Messengers; Or, The Missionary Memorial. New York: E. Walker, 1848. pp. 326-336.

Christ’s Messengers contains sermons, essays and poems, including contributions by James Russell Lowell and Edgar Allen Poe. The English-born Choules was a Baptist pastor who served churches in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. His essay, which treats Carey as a prototype of the missionary as scientist and literary figure, quotes the extended version of Carey’s motto, "Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God."(p. 331) Choules draws liberally from the Periodical Accounts of the Baptist Missionary Society regarding Carey’s translation activities, attributing to him the translation of the entirety of scripture into six "Oriental languages" and the New Testament into twenty-three languages. More than 213,000 copies were printed under "Carey’s instrumentality" in forty languages (pp. 333-334).

-Myron C. Noonkester

*"Christian Missions to India." Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 105 (639) (January-June, 1869): 94-106 [electronic edition].

*"Christianity in India." Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 85 (522) (April, 1859):462-480 [electronic edition].

This article is archived at Internet Library of Early Journals.

-Myron C. Noonkester

*Christian Missions in the East and West, in Connection with the Baptist Missionary Society, 1792-1873.  2nd ed.  London: Yates & Alexander, Chancery Lane, 1873.

*Church Missionary Record. Detailing the Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for the Year 1836. Vol. VII. London: Printed by Richard Watts. Sold at the Church Missionary House, Salisbury Square; And by L. & G. Seeley, Fleet Street, Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly; T. Johnson, Dublin; and Oliphant, Wauch and Innes, Edinburgh, 1836.

*Church Missionary Record. Detailing the Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for the Year 1838. Vol. IX. London: Printed by Richard Watts. Sold at the Church Missionary House, Salisbury Square; And by L. & G. Seeley, Fleet Street, Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly; T. Johnson, Dublin; and Oliphant, Wauch and Innes, Edinburgh, 1838.

*Clarke, William Newton.  A Study of Christian Missions.  2nd ed.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907 [electronic edition].

*Collier, William. Sanctuary Waters; or, the Spread of the Gospel. A Sermon, Preached before the Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Society, at their Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 28, 1806. By William Collier, A. M. Pastor of the Baptist Church in Charlestown, (Mass.). Boston: Printed and Sold by Manning and Loring, 1806.

*Colquhoun, Malcolm. Predictions Concerning the Person and Kingdom of the Messiah Illustrated in a Sermon Preached before the Dundee Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen at their Second General Meeting. Dundee: Printed by T. Colvill, 1797.

The Center's copy is bound with the Missionary Magazine for 1796.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien/. [1] Von dem Merck ihres Amts/ und Belehrung der Henden daselbst; Nebst bengefügter gründlciher Rettung dervselben guten Namens/wieder die in einter academischen Disputation de Pseudapostolis Besindlichen falschen Beschuldigunzen. Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1713.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien/. [2] Von dem Merck ihres Amts/ und Bekehrung der Henden daselbst. Die andere Auflage. Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1714.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien/. [3] Darinnen einige die Policen=Befassung der Stadt Tranquebar und ihrer Gegend/ den Kirchen=Zustand und das Bekehrungs=werck der Henden betressende/ wie auch Oeconom-Physical-und Medicinische aus Europa hieingestandte Fragen/von dem Missionario Herrn Bartholomaeo Ziegenbalg beantwortet sind. Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1713.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien/. [4] Von dem Durch Gottes Gnade daselbst angefangenen und Zeithero fortgeführten Bekehrungs=Werck der Henden: insonderheit von dessen neulichstem Zustand/auch dasiger Schul=undKirchen=Berfassung/ingleichen von verschiedenen mit den Malabaren gehaltenen Unterredungen/und dieser ihern Abgöterrenen/und andren Greueln; in etlichen Briefen von 1709, 1710, und 1711, erheilet/Und ninmehro durch den Druck zu des Christlichen Lesers Bergnügen gemein gemachtet. Die Andere Auflage. Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1714.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien/. [5] Betressend Den Zustand der zu Tranzeubar neu=angerichteten Gemeine/wie auch des gesamten Bekehrungs=Wercks unter den Henden/nebst unter schiedenen/theils angenehmen/theils merckwürdigen Nachrichten/ingleichen Hn. Barthol. Ziegenbalgs zwiesachem Schreiben/an die Jerusalems=Gemeine zu Tranquebar/und an die Malabarische Hendenschaft. Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1713.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien/. [6] Bestehend In einer von ihnen selbst heraus gesandten Historischen Nachricht Vom Anfang/ Fortgang und Hindernissen des Wercks der Bekehrung unter dasigen Henden; Worinnen alle Merckwurdigkeiten, so sich seit Anno 1705, bis 1712. daben zugetragen haben, ordentlich und in gehöriger COnnexion, als in einem Tage=Register, vorgestellet werden. Nebst einer Vorerede/Darinnen Aus den neuesten Briefen der damalige Zustand gedachten Wercks, sonderlich aber, was wegen der Missions=Sache bishero in Engeland geschechen, erzehlet wird. Die andere Edition. Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1715.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien zu Tranquebar in Ost-Indien/. [7] Bestehend In 55. merckwürdigen und curieusen Miscellan-Schreiben/welche sie von verschiedenen Malabarischen Henden empfangen/aus dem Malabarischen ins Teutsche uberswetzt/mit nöthigen Umnerkungen versehen/und unter dem Titel Einer Malabarischen Korrespondentz zum Druck heraus gesandt haben/Worinnen die dussere und innere Gestalt des dasigen Hendenthums/nebst den daselbst üblichen Gebrauchen/Ceremonien und Wissenschaften/wie auch Ab=oder Zuneigung der Gemüther gegen das Christenthum/umständlich entdeket und dargeleget wird. Samt einer Vorrede/und einem Send-Schreiben von den Gnaden=Bezenungen/so Se. Königl. Maj. von Dennemarck und Dero Königl. Hohes Erb-Haus der Mission erzeigt haben; wie auch einem Extract vom Ursprung der Dänischen Colonie und Bestung Tranquebar. Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1714.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien zu Tranquebar in Ost-Indien/. [8] Bestehend In Sechszehen merckwürdigen Gesprachen/So einer verselben mit dasigen HEnden und Mohren gehalten hat; Wie auch Sieben Briefen/Von dem neuesten Zustand der Dänischen Mission in Ost-Indien, Samt einer Vorrede/ und bengefügte Intimations-Schrifft Des Löbl. Collegii de Propagando Evangelii Cursu, Welches Se. Königl. Maj. in Dennemarck, Zu mehrer Förderung der Erkantniss Christi unter den Henden, mit Ausgang verwichenen Jahres in Derv Residenk+Stadt Copenhagen errichtet haben.  Halle: in Berlegung des Wäysenhauses, 1715.

*[Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien.] [8?] Der Konigl. Danischen Missionarien aus Ost=Indien eingesandte Ausfuhrliche Berichte/ von Dem Werck inhres Amts unter den Henden/angerichteten Schulen und Gemenien, ereignneten Hindernissen und schweren Umständen; Beschaffenheit des Malabarischen Henden thums, gepflogeneden brieflicher Correspondenz und mündlichen  unterredungen mit slbigen Henden; und übrigen Merckwurdigkeiten/ so von ihnen/ seit ihrer Abreise nach Indien bis zu An fang des 1714ten Jahres/ heraus geschreiben, und hier von Zeit zu Zeit in verschiedenen Fortsegungden ediret sind; Vom Ersten ausführlichen Breicht an bis zu dessen Acter Continuation mitgeheilet. Halle: in Brelegung des Wäysen-Hauses, 1715.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [19]. Worinnen Der Zustand der Mission und verselben Fortsetzung von anno 1720-1723. Nach der Wahrheit beschrieben wird; Nebst Einer besondern Nachricht von anieko auss neue nach Tranquebar abgeschichten Missionariis. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1725.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien zu Tranquebar in Ost-Indien, [37] Worin nebst dem Tage=Register Derselben von dem 1733sten Jahre sonderlich eine vollständige Nachricht von Bestellung des ersten Malbarischen National-Predigers enthalten; Nebst einem Anhang Vom Fortgang der Mission zu Madras herausgegeben von Gotthilf August Francken S. Theol. Prof. Ord. der ersten Dioeces des Sall=Trenses Inspect. und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1735.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien zu Tranquebar in Ost-Indien, [38] Worin Die im Jahr 1734 eingelaufene Schrieiben gedachter Herren Missionarien enthalten; Nebst einem Anhang Einiger von den Herren Missionarien zu Madras ertheilten Nachrichten, herausgegeben von Gotthilf August Francken S. Theol. Prof. Ord. der ersten Dioeces des Sall=Trenses Inspect. und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1736.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien zu Tranquebar in Ost-Indien, [39] Worin Das Diarium derselben Von dem/was in dem gantzen 1734sten Jahre ben dem Missions=Werck vorgegangen/enthalten; Nebst einem Anhang Des Kurtzen Tage=Registers der Herren Missionarien zu Madras von eben demselben Jahre; herausgegeben von Gotthilf August Francken S. Theol. Prof. Ord. der ersten Dioeces des Sall=Trenses Inspect. und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1736.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [61] Worinnen, Nebst einer kurzen Nachricht von dem Zustande der Mission im Jahr 1744. und Den Schreiben an das Hohe Königliche Haus in Dannemarck, Das Tage=Register Von der ersten Hälfte des gedachten 1744sten Jahrs Und die Beschreibung einer Reise zweener Missionarien nach Ragapatnam, Mit einem Anhange Von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Madras in eben demselben JAhre, enthalten; herausgegeben von  D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1747.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [62] Worinnen Das Tage=Register Von der andern halfte des 1744sten Jahrs und einige Briefe, Neebst einem Doppelten Anhange Von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Cudulur in eben demselben Jahre und Von der Reise der venden letzten Missionarien von England bis Batavia, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1747.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [63] Worinnen Nebst einer kurtzen Nachricht von dem Zustande der Mission im Jahr 1745. Das Tage=Register Von der ersten halfte des gedachten 1745sten Jahrs, wie auch die Beschreibung einer Reise zweener Missionarien nach Cudulur, und deer Lebenes=Lauf des seligverstorbenen Land=Predigers Aarons, Nebst einem Anahnge Von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Madras en eben den:selben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1748.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [64] Worinnen Das Tage=Register von der andern Halfte des 1745sten Jahrs, Nebst Des sel. Herrn Missionarii Obuchs Lebens=Lauf und einigen Briefen; wie auch Ein doppelter Anhang Von dem Fortganage der Englische Mission zu Cudulur in eben demselben Jahre, und Von der benden letzten Missionarien Austenhalt zyu Batavia und fernern Reise nach Tranckenbar enhalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1748.

 *Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [65] Worinnen, Nebst dem turtzen Bericht von dem Zustande der Mission im Jahr 1746. und den Allerunterhanigsten Schreiben an das Hohe Konigliche Haus in Dannemarck, Das Tage Register von der ersten des gedachten 1746sten Jahrs, und Die Nachricht von der Einweihung der neuen Kirche Bethlehem zu Porriear, Mit einem Anhange Von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Madras in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1749.

*Continuation des Berichts derer Königl. Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [66] Worinnen Das Tage=Register von der andern Halfte des 1746sten Jahrs, Nebst einigen Briefender Missionarien zu tranquebar, und ein Anhanf von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Tudulur in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1749.

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [80] Worinnen Das Tage=Register von der andern Hälfte des 1753sten Jahres, nebst Einem Reisediario nach Tanschaur und einigen Briefen, wie auch Einem Anhange Von Dem Fortgange der Englischen zu Cudelur in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1756.

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [81] Worinnen, Nebst der furtzgefassen Nachricht vom Jahr 1754, Das Tage=Register von der ersten Hälfte des gedachten 1754sten Jahres und von einer Reise nach Cudelur, wie auch Ein Anhang Von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Madras in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1757.

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [82] Worinnen Das Tage=Register von der Andern Hälfte des 1754sten Jahres, nebst einigen Briefen, wie auch Einem Anhange von dem Fortgang der Englischen Mission zu Cudelur in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1757.

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [83] Worinnen, nebst der kurtzgefassten Nachricht vom Jahr 1755, Das Tage=Register von der ersten Hälfte des gedachten 1755sten Jahres, und von zwo Reisen nach Tanschaur und Ragapatnam, wie auch Ein Anhang von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Madras in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1758. 

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [84] Worinnen Das Tage=Register von der andern Hälfte des 1755sten Jahres, nebst einigen Briefen, wie auch Einem Anhange von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Cudelur in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1758. 

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [85] Worinnen, nebst der kurtzgefassten Nachricht vom Jahr 1756, und den allerunterhänigsten Berichten an das Hohe Konigliche Haus in Dännemarck von besagtem Jahre, Das Tage=Register von der ersten Hälfte des gedachten 1756sten Jahres, und von Einer Reise nach Madras und Cudelur wie auch Ein Anhang von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Madras in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1759. 

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [86] Worinnen Das Tage=Register von der andern Hälfte des Jahres 1756, nebst den Briefen der Herren Missionarien von besagtem Jahre, und den Nachrichten von des sel. Herrn Missionarii Potzenhagen Reise nach den Nicobarischen Inseln, dessen Lebenstauf und seligem Ubsterben, wie auch Ein Anhang von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Cudelur in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1760. 

*Continuation des Berichts Der Königlich Dänischen Missionarien in Ost-Indien. [87] Worinnen, nebst der Kurtzgefassten Nach richt vom Jahr 1757, und den alterunterhänigsten Brecihten an das Hohe Königliche Haus in Dännemarck von besagtem Jahre, Das Tage=Register von der ersten Hälfte des gedchten 1757sten Jahres, wie auch Ein Anhang von dem Fortgange der Englischen Mission zu Madras in eben demselben Jahre, enthalten; herausgegeben von D. Gotthilf August Francken, Seniore der Theol. Fac. Inspect. im Saal-Ereise und Pred. zur L. Fr. Halle: in Berlegung des Waysenhauses, 1760. 

*Copeland, E. Luther. Christianity and World Religions. Nashville: Convention Press, 1963.

*Correia-Afonso, John.  The Jesuits in India, 1542-1773.  In Studies in Indian History and Culture of the Heras Institute, No. 25.  Gujarat, India: Anand Press, 1997.

*Cox, F. A. History of the Baptist Missionary Society, from 1792 to 1842: to which is added a Sketch of the General Baptist Mission. 2 vols. London: T. Ward and Co. and G. and J. Dyer, 1842.

*Cox, Jeffrey.  The British Missionary Enterprise since 1700.  In Christianity and Society in the Modern World.  Edited by Hugh McLeod.  New York and London: Routledge, 2008.

*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.

*Creegan, C. C.  Pioneer Missionaries of the Church.  New York: American Tract Society, 1903.

The book contains chapter biographies of Reginald Heber, Christian Friedrich Schwartz, Robert Morrison, John Eliot, David Brainerd, Henry Martyn, Alexander Duff, and numerous other mid to late nineteenth century missionaries.  Portraits of several missionaries also appear.

-Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Das, P. K. "British Baptist Missionary Activity in Orissa, 1822-1914." M. Litt. thesis, Bristol University, 1994.

Davidson, Allan K. "The Development and Influence of the British Missionary Movement's Attitudes toward India, 1786-1830." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Aberdeen, 1973.

*___________. Evangelicals and Attitudes to India 1786-1813: Missionary Publicity and Claudius Buchanan. With the Text of Buchanan's Memoir of the expediency of an ecclesiastical establishment for British India; both as the means of perpetuating the Christian religion among our own countrymen; as a foundation for the ultimate civilization of the natives (1805). Evangelicals and Society from 1750. Number 4. [London]: The Sutton Courtenay Press, 1990.

Davis, W. B. "A Study of Missionary Policy and Methods in Bengal, 1793-1905." Ph.D. thesis, University of Edinburgh, 1942.

*De Catholijke en Protestantische Zendelingen in Indie. Uit het Fransch Vertaald.  Utrecht: J. R. van Rossum, 1852.

*Dennis, James S. Foreign Missions after a Century. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1893.

This volume contains lectures given in 1893 at the Princeton Theological Seminary.  Dennis claims that Carey "permanently established" Protestant missions in India (p. 101). Dennis also notes that the East India Company, "which scoffed at the coming of a missionary, and forbade him to touch the soil of India, lowered its flags to half-mast when Carey died, after a residence of forty years in the country, as a token of respect to his memory."

--Myron C. Noonkester

Dharmaraj, J.S. 'Serampore Missions and Colonial Connections'. Indian Church History Review, 26:1 (1992), 21-35.

Doll, Peter M. "Imperial Anglicanism in North America, 1745-95." D. Phil. thesis, Oxford University, 1989.

*Duff, Alexander. The Church of Scotland's India Mission; or a Brief Exposition of the Principles on Which That Mission Has Been Conducted in Calcutta, Being the Subatance of an Address Delivered before the General Assembly of the Church on Monday, 25th May 1835. By the Rev. Alexander Duff, D. D. The Assembly's First Missionary to India. Published at the Special Request of the General Assembly. Second Edition. Edinburgh: Printed by John Waugh, Printer to the Church of Scotland; and Sold by Waugh and Innes, 2 Hunter-Square and 31 Hanover Street; James Nisbet and Co. and Whitaker and Co., London, [1836].

The Center's copy is contained in a nonce volume, "Pamphlets."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*____________. Farewell Address, on the Subject of the Church of Scotland's India Mission; Being the Substance of  Speech Delivered before the General Assembly of the Church, on Thursday, the 23d May, 1839. By the Rev. Alexander Duff, D. D., Church of Scotland Mission, Calcutta. Edinburgh: John Johnstone, Hunter Square, 1839.

The Center's copy is contained in a nonce volume, "Pamphlets."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*____________. A Vindication of the Church of Scotland's India Missions: Being the Substance of  an Address, Delivered before the General Assembly of the Church on Wednesday, May 24, 1837. By the Rev. Alexander Duff, D. D., The Assembly's First Missionary To India. Published by the Special Request of the General Assembly. Edinburgh: Printed and Published by John Johnstone, 2, Hunter Square and Sold by J. Nisbet and Co., 1839.

The Center's copy is contained in a nonce volume, "Pamphlets."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*___________. India and Indian Missions: Including Sketches of the Gigantic System of Hinduism, Both in Theory and Practice; Also, Notices of the Some of the Principal Agencies Employed in Conducting The Process of Indian Evangelization, &c. &c. By the Rev. Alexander Duff, D. D., Church of Scotland Mission, Calcutta. Second Edition. Edinburgh; John Johnstone, Hunter Square, Successor to Waugh and Innes; Whittaker & Co., Nisbet & Co., London, 1840.

*___________. Missions the Chief End of the Christian Church; and the Qualifications, Duties, and Trials, of an Indian Missionary: Being the Substance of Services Held on the 7th March, in St Andrew's Church, Edinburgh, at the Ordination of the Rev. Thomas Smith, as One of the Church of Scotland's Missionaries to India.  3rd ed.  Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1839 [electronic ed.].

*"East India Mission [From a Liverpool paper of July 6]." The American. 1: 140. August 19, 1820. p. 2.

This item delivers an extensive quotation from William Ward regarding the activities of the Serampore mission.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Edwards, B. B. The Missionary Gazetteer; Comprising a Geographical and Statistical Account of the Various Stations of the American and Foreign Protestant Missionary Societies of All Denominations.  With their Progress in Evangelization and Civilization. Illustrated by Engravings. Boston: Published by William Hyde and Co., 1832.

*Elliott, Kelly Rebecca.  "Baptist Missions in the British Empire: Jamaica and Serampore in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century."  M.A. Thesis, Florida State University, 2007 [electronic edition].

*Ellis, William, ed.  The Christian Keepsake, and Missionary Annual.  London and Paris:  Fisher, Son, & Co., 1836.

Dedicated to Princess Victoria, this volume contains numerous engravings (including Robert Morrison and Infanticide in India) and an article on "Infanticide in India."

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Ellis, William, ed.  The Christian Keepsake, and Missionary Annual.  London, Paris, and America:  Fisher, Son, & Co., 1837.

This volume contain John Dyer's memorial biography for William Carey (pp. 11-23) and the portrait "The Rev. Dr. Carey and His Pundit."

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Edwards, B. B. The Missionary Gazetteer; Comprising a Geographical and Statistical Account of the Various Stations of the American and Foreign Protestant Missionary Societies of All Denominations, with Their Progress in Evangelization and Civilization.  Illustrated by Engravings. Boston: William Hyde and Co., 1832.

*Etherington, Norman. "Missions and Empire" in The Oxford History of the British Empire, ed. W. M. Louis. Volume V. Historiography, ed. Robin W. Winks and Alaine Low. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999. 303-314. 

*[The General Assembly's Missionary Magazine; or] Evangelical Intelligencer: for 1805. William P. Farrand, Editor. Vol. I. Philadelphia: Printed for, and Published by, William P. Farrand and Co. No. 170, Market Street, 1806.

*[A New Series of the] Evangelical Intelligencer; for 1808. Published under the Patronage of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. By William P. Farrand, Editor. Vol. II. Philadelphia: Published by William Farrand and Co. Fry and Kammerer, Printers, 1808.

Farningham, Marianne. "The Shoemaker Missionary" [a poem].  In Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal.  Edited by Henry Hartshorne.  Vol. XL.   Philadelphia: Published at 1316 Filbert Street, 1886-1887.  P. 607.

*Finnemore, W. The Story of a Hundred Years 1823-1923: Being the Centenary Booklet of the Birmingham Auxiliary of the Baptist Missionary Society. Oxford: Frederick Hall at the University Press, n.d. [1923].

First Ten Years' Quarterly Papers of the Church Missionary Society. London: Seeley & Son, 1826.

*"First Protestant Mission in India." The Churchman's Magazine. New Series. 1: 4. July-August, 1813.  Pp. 254-259.

Fisch, J. "A Pamphlet War on Christian Missions in India, 1807-1809," Journal of Asian History (1985).

*Fisher, George Park. History of the Christian Church. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1888.

*Fishman, Alvin Texas. Culture Change and the Underprivileged[.] A Study of Madigas in South India under Christian Guidance[.] A Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University[.] In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy in May 1940[.] By Alvin Texas Fishman, M.Sc. (Agr.), Ph.D. Madras, Colombo, Bangalore, Secunderabad: The Christian Literature Society for India (United Society for Christian Literature), 1941.

The Center's copy contains the note "Author reached India in 1920."

--Myron C. Noonkester

Forrester, D. B. Caste and Christianity: Attitudes and Policies on Caste of Anglo-Saxon Protestant Missions in India. London, 1980.

*French, W. E. The Gospel in India. London: The Carey Press, 95 Gloucester Place,  W.1., 1946.

*Frere, Sir Bartle.  Indian Missions.  Third ed. with an Appendix.  London: John Murray, 1874 (electronic edition).

*Frykenberg, Robert Eric.  "The Legacy of Christian Friedrich Schwartz."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 23 (July 1999):130-35 [electronic edition].

*Frykenberg, R. E. and Brian Stanley, eds. Studies in the History of Christian Missions. Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2001. 

Gash, I. J. "An Historical Survey and Assessment of the Ecclesiastical and Missionary Policy of the East India Company." B. Litt. thesis, University of Oxford, 1968.

*George, Timothy. "William Carey and the Great Commission," The Carey Vision 2/1 (Spring 1993):6-7.

 

Written by Dr. Timothy George, Dean, Beeson School of Divinity, Samford University, this article provides a summary of Dr. George's William Carey Lecture at William Carey College.  The lecture was part of the College's bicentennial celebration of Carey's arrival in India in 1793.

 

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Glover, Robert H.  The Progress of World-Wide Missions.  Introduction by Delavan L. Pierson.  New York: George H. Doran Company, 1924.

*Goerner, H. Cornell.  All Nations in God's Purpose: What the Bible Teaches About Missions. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1979.

*Gogerly, George. The Pioneers: A Narrative of Facts Connected with Early Christian Missions in Bengal, Chiefly Relating to the Operations of the London Missionary Society. By George Gogerly. Late Missionary in Calcutta. London: John Snow & Co., Paternoster Row, n. d.

Greenlee, James G. and Charles M. Johnson. Good Citizens: British Missionaries and Imperial States, 1870-1914. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 1999.

Gupta, K. P. Sen. "The Christian Missionaries in Bengal, 1793-1833." Ph.D. thesis, University of London, 1966.

_____________. The Christian Missionaries in Bengal, 1793-1833. Calcutta, 1971.

*Hallock, William.  Memoir of Harlan Page; or The Power of Prayer and Personal Effort for the Souls of Individuals.  New York: American Tract Society, 1835.

*Harper, Susan Billington. In the Shadow of the Mahatma: Bishop V. S. Azariah and the Travails of Christianity in British India. Grand Rapids: Wm B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2000.

*Harrison, Eugene Myers.  "William Carey, The Cobbler Who Turned Discoverer."  Giants of the Missionary Trail: The Life Stories of Eight Men Who Defied Death and Demons.  Chicago: Scripture Press, 1954.

Haweis, Thomas. An Impartial and Succinct History of the Rise, Declension and Revival of the Church of Christ; from the Brith of our Saviour to the Present Time. With Faithful Characters of the Principal Personages, Ancient and Modern. London: J. Mawman, 1800; Worcester, Mass.: Printed by Daniel Greenleaf, 1803; Baltimore: Printed for Abner Neal, 1807.

Hayden, R. "Kettering 1792 and Philadelphia 1814," Baptist Quarterly 21 (1965-6):.

Hedlund, Roger E., ed. Carey’s Obligation and India’s Renaissance. Serampore: Serampore College, 1993.

Hefley, James and Marti. Christ in Bangladesh. New York: Harper and Row Publishers, 1973.

This engaging volume refers to Carey's arrival in India, but inaccurately dates it to 1795 (p. 15).

-Myron C. Noonkester

*Heiderstadt, Dorothy.  To All Nations: How the Bible Came to the People.  New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1959.

Focused on leading translators of the Bible beginning with Wycliffe, Luther, and Tyndale, this book presents a  popular treatment of the history of Bible translation.  Portraits of each translator also appear.  Heiderstadt incorrectly says, "William Carey arrived in Bombay in 1793" (p. 103).

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Hemmens, H. L. More Pioneers: Brief Biographies of Baptist Missionaries. London: Carey Press, 1927.

*Hervey, G. Winfred. The Story of Baptist Missions in Foreign Lands, From the Time of Carey to the Present Date. With an Introduction by A. H. Burlingham.  St. Louis: Chancy R. Barns, 1884.

*Hervey, G. Winfred. The Story of Baptist Missions in Foreign Lands, From the Time of Carey to the Present Date. With an Introduction by A. H. Burlingham.  St. Louis: Chancy R. Barns, 1884 [electronic edition].

Hess, W. R. "The Religious Policy of the East India Company, 1806-1843." Ph.D. thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 1964. 

Hinchliff, Peter. "The Selection and Training of Missionaries in the Early Nineteenth Century." in The Mission of the Church and the Propagation of the Faith (Studies in Church History, 6), ed. G. J. Cuming (1970)?: 131-36.

*Hiney, Tom. On the Missionary Trail: The Classic Georgian Adventure of Two Englishmen, Sent on a Journey Around the World, 1821-29. London: Vintage, 2001.

Hough, James. The History of Christianity in India from the Commencement of the Christian Era. 5 vols. London: Church Missionary House, 1835.

*Hough, James. The History of Christianity in India from the Commencement of the Christian Era. Vol. IV.  London: Church Missionary House, 1835 [electronic edition].

*Howell, Clifford G.  The Advance Guard of Missions.  Mountain View, Calif.: Pacific Press Publishing Assn., 1912.

Comprising twenty-seven chapters, this volume contains biographies of important personalities in Protestant missions history.  The biography of Carey  is sub-titled "Pioneer Baptist Missionary to India."

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Hunter, William H., Sir. The Old Missionary. Illustrations by Major-General Sir Charles D'Oyly, Bart. Oxford: Henry Frowde, 1896.

*India's Sunny Plains: Glimpses of the Land of Temples, Its People and Its Cities, with the Story of How the Gospel Entered and Triumphed There.  With Life Stories of the Workers.  Profusely Illustrated. Kilmarnock, Scotland: John Ritchie, Publisher, n.d.

Ingham, Kenneth. Reformers in India, 1793-1833: An Account of the Work of Christian Missionaries on Behalf of Social Reform. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1956.

Ingham provides a map of Christian mission stations in India.

-Myron C. Noonkester

Ivimey, Jospeh.  Letters on the Serampore Controversy Addressed to the Rev. Christopher Anderson. London, 1831.

*________.  Letters on the Serampore Controversy Addressed to the Rev. Christopher Anderson, Occasioned by a Postscript Dated Edinburgh, 26th November 1830, Affixed to the "Reply" of the Rev. Dr. Marshman, by Joseph Ivimey, with an Appendix Containing Various Documents of Original Correspondence & c."  London: Printed and Sold by the Author. 1831 [electronic edition].

Jakobsson, S. Am I not a Man and a Brother? British Missions and the Abolition of the Slave Trade and Slavery in West Africa and the West Indies, 1786-1838 Uppsala, 1972).

*Jeyakumar, D. Arthur.  History of Christianity in India: Selected Themes. Delhi: ISPCK, 2002.

*Jones, E. Stanley.  The Christ of the Indian Road.  New York: The Abingdon Press, 1925.

*Jongeneel, Jan A. B. Philosophy, Science, and Theology of Mission in the 19th and 20th Centuries.  A Missiological Encyclopedia. Part II: Missionary Theology. Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang, 1997.

*Kaye, J. W. Christianity in India: An Historical Narrative. London: Smith, Elder, 1859.

Kaye acknowledges that John Clark Marshman allowed him to inspect a draft of the first volume of The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman and Ward during the composition of this book.  Kaye, who is sympathetic to Christian expansion in India, borrows many stylistic turns from Edward Gibbon.  He devotes relatively brief attention to the Serampore mission, but provides an important survey of Christian work in India by a biographical chain of experience technique.  He begins by considering early legends about St. Thomas in India and then shifts attention to Catholic efforts by examining (favorably) the career of Francis Xavier.  His treatment of Jesuit involvement in India takes on a predictably English Protestant cast.  He investigates with some care the work of Ziegenbalg, Schwarz, and Kiernander before proceeding to treat Serampore and the Anglicans Brown, Buchanan and Martyn.  Kaye's use of manuscript sources is limited but he does quote extensively from East India Company materials.

--Myron C. Noonkester 

Keitzar, Renthy, ed. Good News for North East India: A Theological Reader. Assam: Christian Literature Centre, 1995.

Kernohan, R. D. The Road to Zion: Travellers to Palestine and the Land of Israel. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1995.

Kernohan (p. 14) mentions Carey’s journey to India in connection with mission work and religious revival that brought new attention to Palestine.

-Myron C. Noonkester

*Kirk, J. Andrew.  "The Confusion of Epistemology in the West and Christian Mission."  Tyndale Bulletin 55/1 (2004):131-56 [electronic edition].

*Kretzmann, Paul E.  "Hannah Marshman of Serampur."  In Men and Missions, IX Glimpses of the Lives of Great Missionary Women.  Edited by L. Fuerbringer.  St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1930.

Laird, M. A, Missionaries and Education in Bengal 1793-1837. Oxford:  , 1972.

Latourette, Kenneth Scott. A History of Christian Missions in China. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1929.

Latourette notes that the "honor of actually beginning Protestant work specifically for the Chinese must be divided between the famous trio in Serampore, India, and Robert Morrison of the London Missionary Society."  Joshua Marshman, funded by the Anglican Claudius Buchanan, studied Chinese with at least three others with some experience of Chinese: an Armenian named Lassar who had lived in Macao, a Catholic missionary, and a former resident of Beijing.  The "necessarily crude" translation of the New Testament undertaken by Marshman and his team  was finished by 1811 and that of the whole Bible by "1822 or 1823."  Circulation of these translations was largely confined to Baptist mission stations, but they were "of some help in the preparation of at least one later version (pp. 210-211, 378)."

-Myron C. Noonkester

*Leonard, Delavan L.  A Hundred Years of Missions or The Story of Progress Since Carey's Beginning.  Introduction by Arthur T. Pierson.  New York, London, and Toronto: Funk & Wagnalls Co., 1895.

*Life of Christian F. Swartz. An Early Missionary in India. Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, 1830.

*Life of the Rev. Hans Edege, (The First Missionary to Greenland,) Who Died November 5, 1758, In the 73rd Year of his Age. A Narrative of Facts. THird Edition. Dublin: J. and M. Porteous, General Printing Office, 19 Noore-Street, 1828.

*Memoir of the Rev. William Ward, One of the Serampore Missionaries.  Third Edition. Dublin: Printed by Thomas  I. White, 149, Abbey Street, 1828.

The Center's copy is bound in Missionary Biography; or, Memoirs of Swartz, Ward, Milne, Edege, Zeisberger. Dublin: Printed for the Religious Tract and Book Society for Ireland, and sold at 22, Upper Sackville-street, Dublin; Waugh and Innes and W. Oliphant, Edinburgh; W. Collins, Glasgow; and J. Nisbet, London, 1828.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Lindsell, Harold. Missionary Principles and Practice. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1955.

*Livingstone, David.  Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa; Including a Sketch of Sixteen Years' Residence in the Interior of Africa.  London: John Murray, 1857 [facsimile reprint ed., Time-Life Books, 1987].

*Lockman, Mr. [John].  Travels of the Jesuits, into Various Parts of the World: Compiled from their Letters.  Now first attempted in English.  Intermix'd with an Account of the Manners, Government, Religion, & c. of the Several Nations visited by those Fathers: With Extracts from other Travellers, and miscellaneous Notes.  Vol. 1.  London: Printed for John Noon, 1743 [facsimile reprint ed., New Delhi: Asian Educational Services, 1995].

*___________.   Travels of the Jesuits, into Various Parts of the World: Compiled from their Letters.  Now first attempted in English.  Intermix'd with an Account of the Manners, Government, Religion, & c. of the Several Nations visited by those Fathers: With Extracts from other Travellers, and miscellaneous Notes.  Vol. 2.  London: Printed for John Noon, 1743 [facsimile reprint ed., New Delhi: Asian Educational Services, 1995].

*Lord, F. Townley.  Achievement: A Short History of the Baptist Missionary Society 1792-1942.  London: The Carey Press, 1942.

*Lynd, S. W. Memoir of the Rev. William Staughton, D. D. Boston: Lincoln, Edmands and Co.; Cincinnati: Hubbard and Edmands, 1834. 

*Maclear George Frederick.  A History of Christian Missions During the Middle Ages.  Cambridge and London: Macmillan and Co., 1863 [electronic edition].

*Magazin für die neueste Geschichte der evangelischen Missions- und Bibelgesellschaften. Sechster Jahrgang. Erstes Quartelheft. Leben des selig vollendeten Missionars Heinrich Martyn. Im Verlage des Missions-Institutes zu Basel, gedruckt bei Felix Scxhneider. Basel : Verlag des Missions-Institutes,  1821.

*Marshall, T. W. M. Christian Missions: Their Agents and Their Results. 2 vols., 4th ed. New York: D. and J.  Sadlier and Co., n. d.

*Mason, J. C. S. The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England, 1760-1800. Royal Historical Society Studies in History 21. Rochester, New York: Boydell for the Royal Historical Society, London, 2001.

*Mason, John M. Hope for the Heathen: A Sermon Preached in the Old Presbyterian Church, before the New York Missionary Society, at their Annual Meeting, November 7, 1797. New York: Printed by T. & J. Swords, 1797.

The Center's copy is bound with the Missionary Magazine for 1796.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Magazine. Boston: Printed and Sold by E. Lincoln, Water Street. Sold also by Manning & Loring, No. 2, Cornhill. 1: 1, 4, 8. September, 1803; May, 1805; September, 1806; 2; 4.

*Massachusetts Missionary Magazine for the Year 1805; Containing Religious and Interesting Communications, Calculated to Edify Christians and Inform the Rising Generation. Volume III. Boston: Printed by E. Lincoln, Water-Street for the Editors, 1805.

Massie, James William. The Indian Brothers: Facts and Authentic Sketches Illustrative of Eastern Manners and Character as Connected with the Progress of Christianity in India. Dublin: Curry and Co, 1830.

*Mathews, James K.  South of the Himalayas: One Hundred Years of Methodism in India and Pakistan.  Introduction by E. Stanley Jones.  Nashville: The Editorial Department of the Board of Missions of the Methodist Church, 1955.

*McGlothlin, W. J. The Course of Christian History. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1918.

*McLean, Archibald.  Epoch Makers of Modern Missions.  In College of Missions Lectureship, Series I.  Cincinnati: Fleming H. Revell Co., 1912.

*McLoughlin, William G. New England Dissent 1630-1833. The Baptists and the Separation of Church and State. 2 vols. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1971.

McLoughlin refers (2: 1115 and ff.) to support for the work of "William Carey and David Marshman (sic)" and detects the "emergence of doctrines of Christian imperialism."

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Mead, Frank S. "IX. The Battle for Missions: William Carey" in The Ten Decisive Battles of Christianity. New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, 1937.

*Memoir of Rev. W. Milne, D. D. Late Missionary at Malacca. Third Edition. Dublin: Printed by Thomas I. White, 149, Abbey Street, 1828.

The Center's copy is bound in Missionary Biography; or, Memoirs of Swartz, Ward, Milne, Edege, Zeisberger. Dublin: Printed for the Religious Tract and Book Society for Ireland, and sold at 22, Upper Sackville-street, Dublin; Waugh and Innes and W. Oliphant, Edinburgh; W. Collins, Glasgow; and J. Nisbet, London, 1828.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Memoir of the Rev. William Ward, One of the Serampore Missionaries.  Third Edition. Dublin: Printed by Thomas  I. White, 149, Abbey Street, 1828.

The Center's copy is bound in Missionary Biography; or, Memoirs of Swartz, Ward, Milne, Edege, Zeisberger. Dublin: Printed for the Religious Tract and Book Society for Ireland, and sold at 22, Upper Sackville-street, Dublin; Waugh and Innes and W. Oliphant, Edinburgh; W. Collins, Glasgow; and J. Nisbet, London, 1828.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Mission and the Local Congregations (Essays in Honour of William Carey's 250th Birth Anniversary).  Edited by Solomon Rongpi.  Delhi: ISPCK/NCCI, 2011.

*Missionary Magazine for 1796, A Periodical Monthly Publication Intended as a Repository of Discussion, and Intelligence Respecting the Progress of the Gospel throughout the World. Edinburgh: Printed by Schaw and Pillans for J. Guthrie, J. Ogle, J. Campbell, Schaw & Pillans, and G. Peattie, 1796.

*Missionary Magazine for 1799, A Periodical Monthly Publication Intended as a Repository of Discussion, and Intelligence Respecting the Progress of the Gospel throughout the World. Volume IV. Edinburgh: Printed by Ja. Pillans and Sons, for J. Guthrie, J. Ogle, J. Campbell, Ja. Pillans and Sons and Leith: G. Peattie, 1799.

*Missionary Magazine. Published by the American Missionary Union. 36, nos. 1-3. January-March, 1856; 48, no. 8-9, August-September, 1868; no. 12, December, 1868.

*Missionary Papers for the Use of the Weekly and Monthly Contributors to the Church Missionary Society. No. XLIX, Lady Day, 1828.

*Missionary Register for the Year 1813: Containing an Abstract of the Proceedings of the Principal Missionary and Bible Societies Throughout the World. Vol. I. London: Printed by Ellerton and Henderson, Johnson's Court, Fleet Street; and Published by L. B. Seeley, 169, Fleet Street. Sold also by J. Hatchard, Piccadilly; and by All Booksellers and Newsmen, 1813.

*Missionary Register. January, 1823. Containing the Principal Transactions of the Various Institutions for Propagating the Gospel: With the Proceedings, at Large of the Church Missionary Society. London: Published by L. B. Seeley & Son, 169 Fleet Street. Sold also by J. Hatchard & Son, Picadilly; and by All Booksellers and Newsmen, 1823 [electronic edition].

*Missionary Register. January, 1824. Containing the Principal Transactions of the Various Institutions for Propagating the Gospel: With the Proceedings, at Large of the Church Missionary Society. London: Published by L. B. Seeley & Son, 169 Fleet Street. Sold also by J. Hatchard & Son, Picadilly; and by All Booksellers, 1824.

*Missionary Register for MDCCCXXIX. Containing the Principal Transactions [of] the Various Institutions for Propagating the Gospel: with the Proceedings, at Large, of the Church Missionary Society. London: Printed by R. Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar. Published by L. B. Seeley & Sons, 169, Fleet Street.  Sold also by J. Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; and by All Booksellers and Newsmen, 1829.

*Missionary Register for MDCCCXXX. Containing the Principal Transactions of the Various Institutions for Propagating the Gospel: with the Proceedings, at Large, of the Church Missionary Society. London: Printed by R. Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar. Published by L. B. Seeley & Sons, 169, Fleet Street. Sold also by J. Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; and by All Booksellers and Newsmen, 1830.

*Missionary Sermons.  A Selection from the Discourses Delivered on Behalf of the Baptist Missionary Society on Various Occasions.  With Portraits of the Preachers. London: The Carey Press, [1924].

*"Mission Progress. [From The Friend of India.]" General Baptist Magazine, Repository and Missionary Observer. 4, New Series: 1857. pp. 219-222.

Mitra, S. K., "The Vellore Mutiny of 1806 and the Question of Christian Missions to India," Indian Church History Review 8 (1974): 75-82.

*Mott, John R. The Pastor and Modern Missions: A Plea for Leadership in World Evangelizaton. New York: Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, 1904.

*Mueller, J. Theodore.  "William Carey."  In Great Missionaries to India.  Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1952; pp. 55-68.

*Mullens, Joseph. Brief Memorials of the Rev. Alphonse Francois Lacroix, Missionary of the London Missionary Society in Calcutta.  By his Son-in-Law, Joseph Mullens, D. D. Missionary of the Same Society. With Brief Memorials of Mrs. Mullens, by her Sister. London: James Nisbet & Co., 21 Berners Street, 1862.

_____________. "Modern Missions and Their Results." In Ecclesia: Church Problems Considered in a Series of Essays, ed. Henry Herbert Reynolds. London:  , 1870.

Murray, Iain, The Puritan Hope: A Study in Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy. Edinburgh: The Banner of Truth Trust, 1971, reprinted 1975.

Murray includes a print of Robert Home's painting of Carey minus the pundit Mritunjay (following p. 134).  Murray contends that the missionary impulse that Carey epitomized arose "from the Puritan divinity of the seventeenth century (p. 142)."

-Myron C. Noonkester

Mueller, J. Theodore, Great Missionaries to India. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1952.

Mueller considers (pp. 55-68) Carey’s predecessors in Indian missions, Ziegenbalg and Schwartz.

-Myron C. Noonkester

*Myers, John Brown, ed.  The Centenary Volume of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1792-1892.  London: The Baptist Missionary Society, 1892.

*_____________________, ed.  The Centenary Celebration of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1892-1893.  Reports of the Commemoration Services Held at Nottingham, Leicester, Kettering, London, and Northamption, and List of the Contributions to Thanksgiving Fund.  London: The Baptist Missionary Society, 1893.

 

*Nazir-Ali, Michael.  "Martyn and Martyrs: Question for Mission."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 22 (April 1999):56-60 [electronic edition].

 

*Neill, Stephen. The Story of the Christian Church in  India and Pakistan. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1970.

 

Neill, an Anglican missionary and bishop in India and one the leading missiologists of the twentieth century, presents a four-page summary (pp. 66-69) of the work of the Serampore Trio in: 1) Bible translation, 2) the learning of Hindu culture for the purpose of effective preaching, 3) the organization of autonomous churches, and 4) the establishment of Serampore College.  Also of note is Neill's inclusion (pp.118-119) of the theological debate between  Joshua Marshman and Rammohun Roy concerning the deity of Jesus.

 
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

______________. A History of Christianity in India, 1701-1858. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

______________. A History of Christian Missions. New York: Viking Press, 1994.

*Newcomb, Harvey.  Cyclopedia of Missions; Containing a Comprehensive View of Missionary Operations Throughout the World; with Geographical Descriptions, and Accounts of the Social, Moral, and Religious Condition of the People.  New York: Charles Scribner, 1860 [electronic edition].

*News From Afar, or Missionary Varieties; Chiefly Relating to the Baptist Missionary Society: Being a Republication of the Quarterly Papers of the Said Society, from 1822 to 1830 Inclusive. Illustrated with Thirty-Six Engravings, and a Profile of a Native Hindu Preacher. Fourth Edition. London: Printed and Published for the Society; and to be Had at the Mission House, 6, Fen Court, Fenchurch Street, 1830.

*New York Missionary Magazine, and Repository of Religious Intelligence; for the Year 1800. Vol. I. New York: Printed by T. & J. Swords, for Cornelius Davis, 1800.

*New York Missionary Magazine and Repository of Religious Intelligence; for the Year 1801. Vol. II. New York: Printed for Cornelius Davis, 1801.

Nida, Albert Eugene, and William David Reyburn. Meaning Across Cultures: A Study in Bible Translating Maryknoll, N. Y.: Orbis, 1981).

*O'Brien, William.  "Serampore's Shadows: Means of Models?  A Response to A. Christopher Smith."  Missiology 20 (October 1992):501-507.

O'Connor Daniel and others, eds. Three Centuries of Mission: The United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1701-2000. London: Continuum, 2000.

*Oussoren, A. H., ed.  "Appendix A.  The Bond of the Missionary Brotherhood of Serampore."  In William Carey, Especially His Missionary Principles.  Leiden: A. W. Sijthoff's Uitgeversmaatschappij N.V., 1945.

This appendix is a reprint from the Periodical Accounts, vol. III, p. 199ff.  The original agreement among the Serampore missionaries occurred October 7, 1805.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Owen, J. The History of the Origin and First Ten Years of the British and Foreign Bible Society. 3 vols. London:   , 1816-1820.

*Parkman, Francis.  The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century.  2 vols.  Boston: Little, Brown & Co.; Chicago and St. Louis: E. Holdoway and Company, 1899.

*Patten, John A.  These Remarkable Men: The Beginnings of a World Enterprise.  London and Redhill: Lutterworth Press, 1945.

*Payne, Ernest A.  "Carey's 'Enquiry' An Essay for the Ter-Jubilee."  International Review of Missions 31 (January 1942):180-86.

___________.  The First Generation: Early Leaders of the Baptist Missionary Society in England and India. London: The Carey Press, 1936.

___________. The Great Succession: Leaders of the Baptist Missionary Society during the Nineteenth Century. London: The Carey Press, 1938; 2nd ed., 1946.

__________. The Prayer Call of 1784. London: Baptist Laymen’s Missionary Movement, 1941.

__________. The Church Awakes: The Story of the Modern Missionary Movement. London: The Carey Press, 1942.

__________. South-east from Serampore: More Chapters in the Story of the Baptist Missionary Society. London: The Carey Press, 1945.

Pearson, Hugh. A Dissertation on the Propagation of Christianity in Asia.  In Two Parts, To Which is Prefixed, A Brief Historic View of the Progress of the Gospel in Different Nations since Its First Promulgation; Illustrated by a Chronological Chart. Oxford:  , 1808.

*__________. Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of the Reverend Christian Frederick Swartz. To Which is Prefixed, A Sketch of the History of Christianity in India. By Hugh Pearson, D.D. M.R.A.S. Dean of Salisbury. 2 vols. London: J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly, 1834. 

*Periodical Accounts of the Serampore Mission. No. III. [Serampore, 1829].

*Periodical Accounts Relating to the Missions of the Church of the United Brethren, Established among the Heathen.  London: Printed for the Brethren's Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel, 1790 [electronic edition].

Piggin, Stuart, Making Evangelical Missionaries 1789-1858: The Social Background, Motives and Training of British Protestant Missionaries to India. [Abingdon, Oxfordshire]: Sutton Courtenay Press, 1984.

*Pond, Enoch.  Short Missionary Discourses, or Monthly Concert Lectures.  Worcester, Mass.: Dorr & Howland, 1824 [electronic edition].

Porter, Andrew N.  "'Commerce and Christianity': The Rise and Fall of a Missionary Slogan." Historical Journal 28. 3 (1985): 597-621.

__________. "Scottish Missions and Education in Nineteenth-century India: The Changing Face of Trusteeship." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. 16 (1988): 35-57.

__________. "Religion and Empire: British Expansion in the Long Nineteenth Century, 1780-1914." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. 20. 3 (1992): 370-390.

*Potts, E. D., British Baptist Missionaries in India, 1793-1837. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1967.

Potter, S. S. "The Social Origins and Recruitment of English Protestant Missionaries in the Nineteenth Century." Thesis, University of London, 1974.

*Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. Volume the Third. From Whit-Tuesday, 1810, to Whit-Tuesday, 1812. London: Sold by L. B. Seeley, Fleet Street; and J. Hatchard, Piccadilly; Booksellers to the Society; and by Mr. Johnston, Crow Street, Dublin, 1810-1812.

*Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. Twenty-First Year. 1820-1821. Containing the Anniversary Sermon, by the Rev. W. Jowett; the Twenty-First Report of the Committee, with Appendix; and a List of Subscribers and Benefactors. London: Printed by R. Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar. Published for the Society, by L. B. Seeley & Son, 169, Fleet Street; and J. Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly. Sold by M. Keene, J. Parry, and T. Johnson, Dublin; and, in Edinburgh, by Oliphant, Waugh, & Innes, and by R. Guthrie, 1821.

*Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. Twenty-Third Year. 1822-1823. Containing the Anniversary Sermon, by the Rev. J. W. Cunningham; the Twenty-Third Report of the Committee, with Appendix; and a List of Subscribers and Benefactors. London: Printed by R. Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar. Published for the Society, by L. B. Seeley & Son, 169, Fleet Street; and J. Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly. Sold by M. Keene, J. Parry, and T. Johnson, Dublin; and, in Edinburgh, by Oliphant, Waugh, & Innes, and by R. Guthrie, 1823.

*Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. Twenty-Sixth Year. 1825-1826. Containing the Anniversary Sermon, by the Rev. Edw. Cooper, M. A. Rector of Hamstall Ridware and of Yoxall, Staffordshire. The Twenty-Sixth Report of the Committee, with Appendix; and a List of Subscribers and Benefactors. London: Printed by R. Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar. Published for the Society, by L. B. Seeley & Son, 169, Fleet Street; and J. Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly. Sold by M. Keene, J. Parry, and T. Johnson, Dublin; and, in Edinburgh, by Oliphant, Waugh, & Innes, and by R. Guthrie, 1826.

*Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. Thirty-Fifth Year. 1834-1835. Containing the Anniversary Sermon, by the Hon. and Rev. Baptist Wriothesley Noel, M. A. Minister of St. John's Chapel, Bedford Row; and the Thirty-Fifth Report of the Committee. London: Printed by R. Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar. Published for the Society, by J. Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly; and L. & J. Seeley, 169, Fleet Street, 1835.

*Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. Thirty-Sixth Year. 1835-1836. Containing the Anniversary Sermon, by Venerable William Spooner, M. A. Archdeacon of Coventry; the Thirty-Sixth Report of the Committee and a List of Subscribers and Benefactors. London: Printed by Richard Watts, Crown Court, Temple Bar. Published for the Society, by J. Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly; and L. & J. Seeley, 169, Fleet Street, 1836.

*Ramachandra, Vinoth.  Faiths in Conflict? Christian Integrity in a Multicultural World.  Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 1999.

Written by the regional secretary for South Asia for the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, this book contains chapters on the cultural and religious exchange between Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism.  In the chapter on "Hinduism and the search for identity," Ramachandra says of William Carey,

contrast William Carey (1761-1834), the cobbler from Northampton who made India his home, with Robert Clive (1725-74), the arch-imperialist of the East India Company.  Carey gave away his earnings from printing and translating for the missionary cause in India, where he died; whereas Clive salted away a massive personal fortune through his ruthless exploits in India,  and retired to England to enjoy it (pp. 76-77).

        The concern of men like Carey to educate Indians in the vernacular languages of India was opposed both by orientalists, who championed the classical languages of Sanskrit, Persian and Arabic for Indian learning, and by the Anglicists, who wanted to transform India through an English education.  Carey's printing of Matthew's Gospel was the first prose literature in Bengali.  By compiling Bengali grammars, and translating the Indian classics from Sanskrit into Bengali so that ordinary men and women, and not must the pundits or scholars, could read them, the Serampore missionaries paved the way for the mid-nineteenth century 'Bengal Renaissance'.  Carey's breadth of vision was rooted in the global reach of the gospel.  He provided schools for women and Dalits, an asylum for lepers, persuaded the British officials to outlaw such social evils as infanticide and widow-burning, pioneered forestry projects in Bengal and became one of the founding members of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society  of India.  Little wonder that Rabindranath Tagore called Carey the 'Father of Modern Bengal' (pp. 78-79, emphasis mine).

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Ramsey, William. Journal of a Missionary Tour in India; Performed by the Rev. Messrs Read and Ramsey, Missionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. By William Ramsey. Philadelphia: J. Whetham, 22 S. Fourth Street, 1836.

*Randall, Ian M.  "A Missional Spirituality: Moravian Brethren and eighteenth-century English evangelicalism."  Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies 23/4 (October 2006):204-114 [electronic edition].

*Ray, N. R. and N. S. Bose, eds. A Descriptive Classified Catalogue of Christian Missionary Records in Calcutta and Around, Part[s] I [and] II. Calcutta: Institute of Historical Studies, 1986, 1988.

*Ray, T. B. The Highway of Mission Thought.  Eight of the Greatest Discourses on Missions. Nashville: The Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1907.

*Read, Hollis. The Christian Brahmun; or, Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Converted Brahmun, Babajee. Including Illustrations of the Domestic Habits, Manners, Customs, and Superstitions of the Hindoos; A Sketch of the Deckan and Notices of India in General, and an Account of the American Mission at Ahmednuggur. By the Rev. Hollis Read, American Missionary in India. In Two Volumes. New York: Leavitt, Lord & Co. 180 Broadway. Boston: Crocket & Brewster, 1836.  

*Reichel, Edward H.  An Historical Sketch of the Church and Missions of the United Brethren, Commonly Called Moravians.  Bethlehem, PA.: Printed by J. & W. Held, 1848.

*Ricci, Mateo.  The True Meaning of The Lord of Heaven (T'ien-chu Shih-i).  Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by Douglas Lancashire and Peter Hu Kuo-chen.  In Series I, Jesuit Primary Sources, in English Translations.  No. 6.  St. Louis: The Institute of Jesuit Sources, 1985.

*Richter, Julius.  A History of Missions in India.  Translated by Sydney H. Moore.  New York: Fleming H. Revell, Co., 1908 [electronic edition].

*Royer, Galen B.  "William Carey, the Father of Modern Missions."  In Christian Heroism in Heathen Lands.  Elgin, Illinois: Brethren Publishing House, 1914.

Containing twelve chapters, Royer wrote this book for church "Mission Study Classes" (p. 5).  Short biographies appear for William Carey, Robert Morrison, David Livingstone, Adoniram Judson, Guido Fridolin Verbeck, James chalmers, James Gilmour, Fidelia Fiske, John Kenneth Mackenzie, and Henry Martyn.  Two additional chapters are titled "Missions till 1790" and "Growth in the 19th Century."

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Sanderson, J. E.  Messengers of the Churches, First Series: Seven Pioneer Missionaries.  Toronto: William Briggs, 1900.

This volume contains chapters on Thomas Coke, William Carey, Gideon Ouseley, Henry Martyn, William Case, Robert Morrison, and John Williams.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Sargant, N. C.  "Calvinists, Arminians and Missions, [pt. 2]."  London Quarterly & Holborn Review. 176 (1951): 339-44.

*Scherer, James A.  "Bartholomew Ziegenbalg."  Missiology 27 (October 1999):487-94.

*Schweitzer, Albert.  On the Edge of the Primeval Forest & More from the Primeval Forest: Experiences and Observations of a Doctor in Equatorial Africa.  Translated by C. T. Campion.  New York: The Macmillan Co., 1952.

An autobiography of Dr. Schweitzer's work in equatorial Africa, this book was donated by Daniel C. Browning, Jr.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Scottish Missionary Register. 1. Edinburgh: Published by William Oliphant, 22 South Bridge, and Sold by Ogle, Duncan and Co., J. Hatchard and Son, and J. Nisbet, London, 1820.

*Scudder, John, M.D.  An Appeal to Christian Mothers in Behalf of the Heathen.  New York: American Tract Society, 1840.

*__________. The Redeemer's Last Command.  New York: American Tract Society, n.d. [ca. 1860?].

Written by an American medical missionary to India and based upon the Great Commission in Matt. 28:18-20, this 112 page essay concerns the author's appeal to persuade Christians to enter missionary service to the heathen.  Of particular interest is Scudder's description of Indian religious practices related to Hindu sacred texts,  deities, suttee, Juggernaut, and infanticide.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Serampore College 1818-1968: 150 Years of Service.  Terjubilee Souvenir.  Calcutta: Navana Publishers, 1968.

This souvenir book contains numerous congratulatory letters, a historical survey of the College, the Terbilee celebration programme, and the 1967-1968 Serampore College Annual Report.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Shenk, Wilbert R.  "The Legacy of Claudius Buchanan."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 18 (April 1994):78-83 [electronic edition].

Sherring, M. A., History of Protestant Missions in India. London: Trubner, 1875.

*Singh, Sadhu Sundar. With and Without Christ.  New York and London: Harper Brothers Publishers, 1929.

*Sixteenth Annual Report of the American Tract Society; Presented at New York, May 12, 1841: Showing the Progress of Tract Distribution and Visitation, Volume Circulation, and Foreign Distribution; With Evidences of the Divine Blessing, &c.  New York: Printed at the Society's House, by Daniel Fanshaw, 1841 [electronic edition].

Smalley, William A. Translation as Mission: Bible translation in the Modern Missionary Movement .Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, 1992.

*Smith, A. Christopher.   "A Tale of Many Models: The Missiological Significance of the Serampore Trio."  Missiology 20 (October 1992):479-500 [electronic edition].

*____________________.  "The Edinburgh Connection: Between the Serampore Mission and Western Missiology," Missiology 18 (1990): 185-209.

*____________________.  "The Legacy of William Ward and Joshua and Hannah Marshman."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 23 (July 1999):120-29 [electronic edition].

*____________________. "Mythology and Missiology: Towards a Method for Understanding the Serampore Trio and Their Mission," in J. T. K. Daniel and R. T. K. Hedlund, eds. Carey's Obligation and India's Renaissance. Serampore, West Bengal: Council of Serampore College, 1993.

*_____________________. "Mythology and Missiology: A Methodological Approach to the Pre-Victorian Mission of the Serampore Trio." International Review of Mission 83/330 (1994):451-475 [electronic edition].

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

*____________________.  Another Edition.  Hartford: Published by Robins and Smith, 1844.

*Smith, George.  Short History of Christian Missions from Abraham and Paul to Carey, Livingstone, and Duff.  Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1884 [electronic edition].

Smith, G. E. "Patterns of Missionary Education: the Baptist India Mission, 1794-1824." Baptist Quarterly, New Series. 20:7 (1964): 293-312.

*Smith, John Blair. The Enlargement of Christ's Kingdom: The Object of a Christian's Prayers and Exertions. A Discourse Delivered in the Dutch Church in Albany; before the Northern Missionary Society in the State of New York, at their Organization, Feb. 14, 1797. Schenectady: Printed by C. P. Wyckoff, 1797.

The Center's copy is bound with the Missionary Magazine for 1796.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Smith, John Pye.  "Introductory Essay."  In A Narrative of the Revival of Religion in New England; with Thoughts on That Revival by Jonathan Edwards, A. M.  Glasgow: Printed for William Collins, 1829.

____________.  Lecture Delivered at the London Tavern on Tuesday, October 11, 1842 Before the Baptist Missionary Society on the Completion of its Fiftieth Year. London: Sold at the Society House, 1842. 

Smith, Karen E.  "The Role of Women in Early Baptist Missions."  Review and Expositor 88 (Winter 1992):35-48.

*Smith, Rev. Thomas.  The History and Origin of the Missionary Societies.  Vol. I.  London: Thos. Kelly and Richd. Evans, 1824.

*Smith, Thomas, and John O. Choules.  The Origin and History of Missions; Containing Faithful Accounts of the Voyages, Travels, Labors and Successes of the Various Missionaries, Who Have Been Sent Forth to Evangelize the Heathen; Complied from Authentic Documents; Forming a Complete Missionary Expository.  Vol. I.  Boston: S. Walker, and Lincoln & Edmands, 1832.

*Smith, Thomas, D.D.  Medieval Missions.  In Duff Missionary Lectures--First Series.  Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1880.

*[Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge]. Charges Delivered to Missionaries, of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, at Different Periods, on their Departing for their Several Missions; Together with their Replies to the General Board of the Society. London: Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington, Booksellers to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; 62, St. Paul's Church-yard and 3, Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall, 1822.

The Center's copy is bound with Jones, William. The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity Proved by Above an Hundred Short and Clear Arguments, Expressed in Terms of the Holy Scripture, Compared after a Manner Entirely New, and Digested, under the Four Following Titles: 1. The Divinity of Christ. 2. The Divinity of the Holy Ghost. 3. The Plurality of Persons. 4. The Trinity in Unity. with a Few Reflection, Occasionally Interspersed, upon Some of the Arian Writers, Particularly Dr. S. Clarke: To Which is Added, A Letter to the Common People, in Answer to Some Popular Arguments against the Trinity.  By the Late William Jones, M.A. F.R.S. Rector of Paston, in Northamptonshire, and Minister of Nayland, in Suffolk. The Eleventh Edition. London: Printed for C. and J. Rivington.  Booksellers to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; St. Paul's Church-Yard, and Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall, 1824.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Spangenberg, August Gottlieb. An Exposition of Christian Doctrine, as Taught in the Protestant Church of the United Brethren, or, Unitas Fratrum. Written in German, by August Gottlieb Spangenberg. With a Preface by Benjamin La Trobe. London: Printed by W. and A. Strahan: And Sold by J. Robson, in Bond-street; T. Cadell, in the Strand; C. Dilly, in the Poultry; J. Stockdale, Piccadilly; and at the Settlements and Chapels of the Congregations of the Brethren, 1784.

*Spangenberg, A. G. An Account of the Manner in which the Protestant Church of the Unitas Fratrum… Carry on their Missions among the Heathen. English trans., London: 1788.

*Stanfield, V. L. A Church Fulfilling its Mission through Evangelism and World Missions: An Examination of the 1968-1969 Church Program Theme. [Ridgecrest?]: n. p., 1968.

*Stanley, Brian. The Bible and the Flag: Protestant Missions and British Imperialism in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Leicester: , 1990.

__________. "Planting Self-governing Churches: British Baptist Ecclesiology in the Missionary Context." Baptist Quarterly, 34 (1992):378-89.

*__________.  "The Future in the Past: Eschatological Vision in British and American Protestant Missionary History."  Tyndale Bulletin 51/1 (2000):101-20 [electronic edition].

*__________. The History of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1792-1992. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1992.

*__________, ed. Christian Missions and the Enlightenment. Grand Rapids, Michigan; Cambridge, England,: Wm. B Eerdmans, 2001.

*__________.  "Where Have Our Mission Structures Come From?" Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies 20/1 (January 2003):39-46 [electronic edition].

*Starr, J. Barton.  "The Legacy of Robert Morrison."  International Bulletin of Missionary Research 22 (April 1998):73-76 [electronic edition].

*Staughton, William.  The Baptist Mission in India: Containing a Narrative of the Rise, Progress, and Present Condition.  A Statement fo the Physical and Moral Character of the Hindoos, Their Cruelties, Tortures and Burnings, with a Very Interesting Description of Bengal, Intended to Animate to Missionary co-operation.  Philadelphia: Hellings and Aitken, 1811.

*Stock, Eugene.  The History of the Church Missionary Society: Its Environment, Its Men and Its Work.  3 vols.  London: Church Missionary Society, 1899.

*Stow, Baron. A History of the English Baptist Mission to India. By Baron Stow, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Baldwin Place, Boston. Written for the American Sunday School Union and Revised by the Committee of Publication. Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, No. 146 Chestnut Street, 1835.

*________.  The Missionary Enterprise: A Collection of Discourses on Christian Missions, by American Authors.  Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 1846 [electronic edition].

Sutton, Amos. A Narrative of the Mission to Orissa, (The Site of the Temple of Jugurnath). Boston: David Marks, 1833.

Swaro, Dasarathi. The Christian Missionaries in Orissa: Their Impact on Nineteenth Century Society. Calcutta: Pustak, 1990.

*"Tabular View of Protestant Missions Throughout the World, in their Geographical Order [From the New York Observer]."  Christian Mirror. 5: 45. June 22, 1827.

This article considers numbers of mission stations and pupils under the supervision of the Serampore mission.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*The American Quarterly Register.  Conducted by B. B. Edwards and W. Cogswell.  Published by the American Education Society.  Vol. XI.  Boston: Perkins & Marvin, 1839 [electronic edition].
 
*The American Quarterly Register.  Conducted by B. B. Edwards and W. Cogswell.  Published by the American Education Society.  Vol. XII.  Boston: Perkins & Marvin, 1840 [electronic edition].

*The Ideal Church: Papers Read at the Carey Conference.  Cambridge: Carey Publications, Ltd. and Sussex: Henry E. Walter, Ltd., 1972.

 
A collection of papers presented by Reformed pastors and elders in Nottingham, 1971, these articles focus on the role of the local church in evangelistic and missionary work.  Articles included are: "The Ideal Church" by Erroll Hulse, "Authority and Elders" by David Fountain, "The Mode of Baptism" by Herbert Carson, "The Spiritual Nurture of Children" by Terence Aldridge, "The Philadelphia Association" by Wayne A. Mack, and "Missionary Outreach and the Local Church" by Ian Tait.
 
These papers represent the "second Carey Conference" (p. v).  Herbert Carson chaired the conference.
 
--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Thoburn, James M. The Christian Conquest of India. Nashville: Literature Department, Executive Committee for Missions, Presbyterian Church United States, 1906. Pp. 139-146.

Thomas, Norman E. Classic Texts in Mission and World Christianity. Maryknoll, N. Y.: Orbis Books, 1995.

*Thomson, Andrew.  Great Missionaries, A Series of Biographies.  London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1862 [electronic edition].

Thorne, Susan. Congregational Missions and the Making of an Imperial Culture in Nineteenth-Century England. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1999.

*Torres, Luis.  San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.  Photography by George H. H. Huey.  Tucson, Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1993.

Published for the National Park Service, this is a textual history and photographic presentation of the Roman Catholic missions in the area surrounding San Antonio, Texas.  In his Enquiry (p. 56), Carey refers to "Old Mexico" and "New Mexico" as containing "Pagans and Papists."  Spanish Franciscans missionized the Texas area in the 17th and early 18th centuries.

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

*Two Sermons Preached at Kettering on the 31st of May, and the 1st of June, 1842, before the Baptist Missionary Society, Special General Meeting Held in Celebration of the Fiftieth Year; With an Account of the Meeting.  London: The Society's House and Houlston and Stoneman, 1842.

The first sermon was by Rev. Benjamin Godwin, "The Goodness of God Reviewed, and the Hand of God Acknowledged." and the second was by Rev. Edward Steane, "The Present Position of the Missionary Enterprise, Contrasted with Its Commencement."

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Tucker, Ruth A. From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya: A Biographical History of Christian Missions. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1987.

*Uncle Josephus.  Curiosities of Christian Missions.  Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1853.

Of interest in this short book (108 pp.) is the presentation of various Indian cultural experiences including a description of various Hindoo worship practices identified as idolatry and superstition.  William Ward's description of Juggernaut is cited (p. 6).

--Bennie R. Crockett, Jr.

Underhill, Edward Bean. The Principles and Methods of Missionary Labour. London: Alexander and Shepheard, 1896.

*Vedder, Henry C. Christian Epoch-Makers: The Story of the Great Missionary Eras in the History of Christianity (Philadelphia: The Griffith and Rowland Press, 1908).

*Vermont Baptist Missionary Magazine 1: 3, (August, 1811).

Walls, A. F. "'The Best Thinking of the Best Heathen': Learning and the Missionary Movement." in Religion and Humanism (Studies in Church History, 17), ed. Keith Robbins (Oxford: 1981): 341-53.

__________. The Missionary Movement in Christian History. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1996.

Ward, F. De W.  India and the Hindoos...with an Account of Christian Missions among Them. New York, N.Y.: Charles Scribner, 1851. 

*Ward, F. De W.  India and the Hindoos: Being a Popular View of the Geography, History, Government, Manners, Customs, Literature, and Religion of that Ancient People; with an Account of Christian Missions among them. By F. De W. Ward, Late Missionary at Madras, and Member of the "American Oriental Society." Glasgow: William Collins, North Montrose Street, and Paternoster Row, London, 1853.

*Ward, Kevin and Stanley, Brian. The Church Mission Society and World Christianity: 1799-1999. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2000.

Wardlaw, Ralph. The Early Success of the Gospel an Evidence of its Truth, and an Encouragement to Zeal for its Universal Diffusion... London:    , 1823. 

Warren, Max A. C. The Missionary Movement from Britain in Modern History. London: SCM. Press, 1965.

_________. Social History and Christian Mission. London: SCM Press, 1967.

*Wayland, Francis. The Moral Dignity of the Missionary Enterprise. A Sermon Delivered before The Boston Baptist Foreign Mission Society on the Evening of October 25, and before the Salem Bible Translation Society on the Evening of November 4, 1823. Second Edition. Boston: James Loring, 1824. 

*Williams, Charles.  The Missionary Gazetteer: Comprising A Geographical and Statistical Account of The Various Stations of the Church, London, Moravian, Wesleyan, Baptist, and American Missionary Societies, &c. &c &c. with Their Progress in Evangelization and Civilization.  London: Frederick Westley and A. H. Davis, 1828 [electronic edition].

Williams, C. P. The Ideal of the Self-Governing Church: A Study in Victorian Missionary Strategy. Leiden; New York, E. J. Brill, 1990.

*Williams, Thomas. A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations, Jewish, Heathen, Mahometan and Christian: Ancient and Modern: Including the Substance of Mrs. H. Adams's View of Religions, Reduced to One Alphabet, with 150 Additional Articles, The Whole Carefully Corrected and Revised[.] By Thomas Williams, Author of the Age of Infidelity, A New Translation of Solomon's Song, &c. With an Appendix. Containing A Sketch of the Present State of the World as to Population, Religious Toleration, Missions, &c with Summary Practical Reflections. To the Whole is Prefixed, An Essay on Truth: By Andrew Fuller. A New Edition with Additions. London: Printed by T. Smith, Edgware Road, For Button and Son, 24, Paternoster Row; and Williams and Son, 10, Stationers' Court, n. d.

*Willis, Justin. "The Nature of a Mission Community: The Universities' Mission to Central Africa in Bonde." Past and Present 140. August, 1993: 127-154.

This article challenges the assumption that converts were marginalized.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Winks, Joseph Foulkes. The Baptist Jubilee Memorial. With Numerous Engravings. By Joseph Foulkes Winks, Editor of the "Baptist Reporter." London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Houlston & Stoneman, and G. and J. Dyer; Leicester: Printed and Sold by J. F. Winks, [1842].

*Winslow, Miron. A Sketch of Missions; or History of the Principal Attempts to Propagate Christianity among the Heathen. Andover, Massachusetts: Printed and published by Flagg and Gould, 1819.

*Winter, Ralph.  "William Carey's Major Novelty."  Missiology  22 (April 1994): 203-222.

*Wylie, M. Bengal as a Field of Missions. By M. Wylie, Esq. First Judge of the Calcutta Court of Small Causes. London: W. H. Dalton, 26 Cockspur Street. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, & Co., 1854.

This volume contains a hand-colored map of Bengal.

--Myron C. Noonkester

*Ye Are My Witnesses, 1792-1942: One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of The Baptist Missionary Society in India.  Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1942.

*Yeates, Thomas. Indian Church History, or an Account of the First Planting of the Gospel, in Syria, Mesopotamia, and India: With an Accurate Relation of the First Christian Missions in China, Collected from the Best Authorities Extant in the Writings of the Oriental and European Historians, with genuine and Select Translations of Many Original Pieces. By Thomas Yeates. London: Printed for A. Maxwell, Bell Yard, Lincoln's Inn, 1818.

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