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Works by William Carey

An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens

(by William Carey, published in 1792, Leicester, England)

 

Notice of Publication of An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens

(by John Rippon, ed., The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793)

 

"Expect Great Things; Attempt Great Things"

A source-critical examination of the literary history of Carey's famous proverbial saying from May 31, 1792.

 

Extracted Report of His Ordination, May 24, 1791, Leicester, England

(by William Carey, in The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon)

 

"Jishur preme Jishur preme shukh on shanti pai," 1796 in Serampore College Hymn Book, ed. Dipankar Haldar (Serampore: Serampore College 2006), p. 147.

 

"Mor probhu preme shukhi hoi jeamon maisho salile," 1796 in Serampore College Hymn Book, ed. Dipankar Haldar (Serampore: Serampore College 2006), p. 147.

 

"Selections," Serampore College Hymn Book (Serampore: Serampore College, 2006).

Display of Images from the Serampore College Hymn Book, courtesy, Rev. Dr. Dipankar Haldar, Associate Professor of New Testament, Theology Department, Serampore College, Serampore, India

 

"Khadeetar Nebedan O Neyam," 1798 [The Penitent's Prayer and Resolve], trans. John Fountain, in John Rippon, The Baptist Annual Register, for 1798, 1799, 1800, and Part of 1801 (Sold by Messrs. Button and Conder, London; Brown and James, Bristol; Ogle, Edinburgh; Allein, Dublin; And May be Had of the Baptist Ministers in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Richmond, Savannah, and Charleston in America, [1802], pp. 169-171.

 

William Carey, Selected Bengali Hymns, Dharmageet, ed. Prof. Rev. A. Mondal, Diocese of Barrackpore (1980).

 

Carey, William [1808 introduction].  A Grammar of the Mahratta Language.  To Which are Added Dialogues on Familiar Subjects.  The Third Edition.  By W. Carey, D. D. Professor of the Sungskrit, and Bengalee Languages, in the College of Fort William. Serampore: Printed at the Mission-Press, 1825.

 

A Dictionary of the Mahratta Language

(by William Carey, 1810, Serampore, India)

“Remarks on the State of Agriculture, in the District of Dinájpur,” Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal, For inquiring into the History and Antiquities; the Arts, Sciences, and Literature, of Asia, vol. 10 (London: Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe; et al., 1811), pp. 1-27.

"Succinct analysis of the contents of . . . 'Remarks on the State of Agriculture, in the District of Dinájpur.  By W. Carey.'”  In The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal.  16 (April-August 1810):384-387.

 

"Letter of William Carey to Rev. John Williams, 20 October 1812."  Facsimile copy in Leighton and Mornay Williams, Serampore Letters: Being the Unpublished Correspondence of William Carey and others with John Williams, 1800-1816, With an introduction by Thomas Wright (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1892), pp. i, iii-v, 142-46 [transcription of Carey's letter appears on pp. 143-46; The role of John Williams in American missionary efforts is rehearsed on pp. iii-v].

 

"Sketch of the Life and Character of the Rev. John Williams," The American Baptist Magazine, New Series, Vol. V (September 1825):257-72.

 

Hortus Bengalensis, or a Catalogue of the Plants Growing in the Honourable East India Company's Botanic Garden at Calcutta

(William Carey, editor; and author of the introduction, 1814, Serampore, India)

 

A Catalogue of Plants, Described by Dr. Roxburgh, in His Mss. Flora Indica, But not Yet Introduced into the Botanical Garden

(William Carey, editor or possibly author/compiler, 1813, Serampore, India)

 

"Extract of a letter from Dr. Carey to Dr. Ryland, dated December 30th, 1816; received July 10, 1817."  Boston Recorder.   Vol. II, no. 47 (November 18, 1817):196.

 

Carey, W., J. Marshman, W. Ward.  College for the Instruction of Asiatic Christian and Other Youth, in Eastern Literature and European Science, at Serampore, Bengal [July 15, 1818].  London: Printed for Black, Kingsbury, Parbury, and Allen, Leadenhall Street, 1819.

 

Carey, William, Joshua Marshman, William Ward.  "To all those who encourage the Translation of the Sacred Scriptures into the Languages of Eastern Asia."   [December 17, 1818].  In W. Carey, J. Marshman, W. Ward.  College for the Instruction of Asiatic Christian and Other Youth, in Eastern Literature and European Science, at Serampore, Bengal. London: Printed for Black, Kingsbury, Parbury, and Allen, Leadenhall Street, 1819.

 

"Address respecting an Agricultural Society in India.The Friend of India

(by William Carey, author, 1820, Serampore, India)

 

Flora Indica; or Descriptions of Indian Plants

(William Carey, editor and contributor; vol. 1, 1820; vol. 2, 1824, Serampore, India)

 

William Carey to Robert Ralston, December 31, 1827, reprint letter, Boston Recorder and Religious Telegraph, 13/27 (July 4, 1828): 106.

 

Periodical Accounts from the Serampore Mission.  No. III.  Cursory Review, at the commencement of 1829.  Serampore, 1829.

 

"Appendix.  Prospectus of an Agricultural and Horticultural Society in India."

Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India

(by William Carey, 1829, Serampore, India)

 

William Carey.  The Holy Bible, Translated from the Original Tongues into the Bengalee Language by the Serampore Missionaries. Serampore: [Mission Press], 1832.

 

"Death of Dr. Carey" [last will and testament of Carey].  The Baptist Magazine for 1835.  Vol. XXVII.  

(London: George Wightman, 1835; originally published in Missionary Herald, January, 1835)    

Page 37    Page 38     Page 39

    

Eustace Carey.  Memoir of William Carey, D.D.: Late Missionary to Bengal; Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort William, Calcutta.  With an Introductory Essay by Francis Wayland, D.D, President of Brown University.  

(William Carey's "Journal" and numerous letters; 1836, Boston, Massachusetts)

 

Friar Lane Baptist Chapel: Site of William Carey's Deathless SermonNottingham, England.

 

BENGALI HYMNODY, WILLIAM CAREY, AND THE SERAMPORE MISSION

 

"William Carey's Bengali Hymnody."  Courtesy, Rev. Dr. Dipankar Haldar.

 

Works Associated with William Carey

David Brainerd, An Abridgement of Mr. David Brainerd's Journal Among the Indians

(published in 1748, London, England)

 

Thomas Sternhold and John Hopkins.  The Whole Book of Psalms, Collected into English Metre.  

(published in 1758, Cambridge, England)

 

The Book of Common Prayer

(published in 1771, Cambridge, England)

 

Rev. Dr. Jonathan Shipley, 1714-1788, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1769-1789. "A Sermon Preached Before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts," At the Anniversary Meeting of the SPGFP in the Parish Church of St. Mary-Le-Bow, London, February 19, 1773.

(published in 1773, London, England)

 

Jonathon Edwards. The Holy Tendency of the Doctrine of Grace, Exemplify'd.  And Some extracts from Mr. Edwards's Private Diary--written about the 20th year of his age. Northampton: Printed by Tho. Dicey, [1780s?].

 

August Gottlieb Spangenberg, An Exposition of Christian Doctrine, as Taught in the Protestant Church of the United Brethren, or UNITAS FRATRUM.  With a Preface by Benjamin La Trobe.  London: Printed by W. and A. Strahan, et al., 1784, pp. i, 422-423.

 

Joseph White, On the Duty of attempting the Propagation of the Gospel among our Mahometan and Gentoo Subjects in India [University of Oxford 1784 Bampton Lecture, on Mark 16:15, "Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature."]

(published in 1785, London, England)

 

August Gottlieb Spangenberg, An Account of the Manner in Which the Protestant Church of the Unitas Fratrum, of the United Brethren, Preach the Gospel, and Carry On Their Missions Among the Heathen

(German edition, 1780; English translation, London: H. Trapp, 1788)

 

Andrew Fuller, The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, or the Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ, with Corrections and Additions, 2nd ed., 1801 [written 1781; first published 1786].

 

"The Utility of Missions to the Heathen, as Exemplified in the Life and Conduct of the Late Rev. Mr. Swartz."  The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine,  V/10 (March 1813): 289-298.

(originally published, 1787)

 

Hill, George.  SERMON  XIV on Psalm xxii. 27, 28.  Preached at the Opening of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, May 20, 1790. 

(published in 1796, London, England)

 

"The Northampton Letter, on Christian Patience: Described and Recommended in A Circular Letter from The Baptist Ministers and Messengers Assembled at Olney, June 1, 2, 3, 1790"

By John Gill, Moderator, in The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

26    27    28    29    30    31    32    33    34    35    36     (Carey contributed to "The Northampton Letter," see p. 35)

 

"The Northampton Letter.  Holy Peace: Described and Recommended in A Circular Letter, from The Baptist Ministers, and Messengers assembled at Oakham, June 14, 15, and 16, 1791"

In The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

(Record of Carey's prayer at the Associational meeting, p. 199)

(Record of Carey's schedule to preach at Nottingham on May 30, 1792, p. 200)

192    193    194    195    196    197    198    199    200

 

"Minutes of the Northamptonshire Association, Assembled at Nottingham, May 29, 30, 31, 1792"

In The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

418    419    

(Record of Carey's sermon in Isa. 54:2-3, p. 418)

(Record of plan to establish a missionary society and Carey's recommendation that proceeds from his pamphlet go toward the use of the society, p. 419)

 

Rev. John Thomas, "An Account of the Hindoos, and of the Possibility of Spreading the Gospel among Them,"

Correspondence To the Rev. Mr. Rippon" London, August 25th, 1792

In The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

353    354    355    356    357    358    359    360    361    362    363    364    365    366    367    368    369    370

 

"The Northampton Letter, On Godly Zeal."

By John Ryland, Jr., Moderator, in The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

420    421    422    423    424    425    426    427    428    429    430    431    432    433    434    435    436    437    438    439

 

"The Obituary, 1792:  Mr. Beeby Wallis, A Deacon of the Church at Kettering"

In The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

488     489     490     491

(Mr. Wallis's house was the site of the establishment of "Particular Baptist Society for the Propagation of the Gospel Amongst the Heathen" later renamed the Baptist Missionary Society)

 

"The Civil State of Dissenters in England, 1793"

In The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

524

 

"The Substance of the Charge Delivered by the Rev. Andrew Fuller to the Missionaries at the parting Meeting at Leicester," 1793

In The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

525     526     527     528

 

"Copy of a Letter signed by the Ministers and other Christian Friends on a solemn day of prayer at Leicester, previous to the departure of our Missionaries for India," March 20, 1793

In The Baptist Annual Register, for 1790, 1791, 1792, and Part of 1793, ed. John Rippon

(published in 1793, London, England)

528    529    530    531

 

William Paley, A View of the Evidences of Christianity

(published in 1794; reprint, 1836, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

 

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.

 

Periodical Accounts Relative to the Baptist Missionary Society.  Vol. 1.  Clipstone: Printed by J. W. Morris, 1800.  Pp. 1-32.

 

Periodical Accounts Relative to A Society, Formed Among The Particular Baptists, for Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen.  No. 1.  "Narrative of the First Establishment of this Society."  Pp. 1-13.

 

"Brother Thomas having been requested to give a Narrative of himself, and his labours in India, he wrote the following . . ."  Pp. 13-32.

 

Ryland, John; Andrew Fuller and John Sutcliff. The Difficulties of the Christian Ministry, and the Means of Surmounting Them; with the Obedience of Churches to their Pastors Explained and Enforced: A Charge by the Rev. J. Ryland, D. D. and a Sermon by the Rev. A. Fuller; Together with an Introductory Address by the Rev. J. Sutcliff; Delivered June 23, 1802, at the Ordination of Thomas Morgan, to the Pastoral Office over the Baptist Church, Meeting in Cannon Street, Birmingham: And, also, Mr. Morgan's Declaration of Religious SentimentsBirmingham: Printed for J. Belcher; and sold by Button and Son, Paternoster Row, London, 1802.

 

Rev. Claudius Buchanan, "The Star in the East"

A Sermon Preached in the Parish Church of St. James, Bristol, England, Sunday, February 26, 1809

(published in 1809, New York)

 

Rev. Claudius Buchanan, Memoir of the Expediency of an Ecclesiastical Establishment for British India; both as a Means of Perpetuating the Christian Religion among our own Countrymen; and as a Foundation for the Ultimate Civilization of the Natives

(published in 1811, Cambridge, Massachusetts)

 

Review of William Carey and Joshua Marshman, translators, The Ramayuna of Valmeeki 

(by Sharon Turner in the Quarterly Review, 3, no. 6, May 1810)

 

"Dr. Wordsworth & Ld. Teignmouth on the Bible Society."  In The Quarterly Review (August 1810): 68-80.

68    69    70    71    72    73    74    75    76    77    78    79    80

 

William Staughton, The Baptist Mission in India: Containing a Narrative of Its Rise, Progress, and Present Condition, A Statement of the Physical and Moral Character of the Hindoos, Their Cruelties, Tortures and Burnings, With a Very Interesting Description of Bengal

(published in 1811, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.)

 

East India Company [Richard Colley Wellesley, Marquess Wellesley].   Papers Relating to East India Affairs: Viz. Copy of a Minute of the Governor-General, Relative to the College of Fort William, Dated the 18th August 1800;--Together With, Copies of the Regulation for the Establishment of that College, Dated the 10th of July 1800; and of the Statutes of the College of Fort William. [London]: Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 12 June 1813.

 

Charles Grant (1746-1823),  Observations On the State of Society among the Asiatic Subjects of Great Britain, particularly with respect to Morals; and on the means of improving it.—Written Chiefly in the Year 1792.  Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed, 15 June 1813.

(published in 1813, London)

 

William Ward, A View of the History, Literature, and Religion of the Hindoos: Including a Minute Description of their Manners and Customs, and Translations of Their Principal Works, 2 vols.

(published in 1815 and 1818, Serampore, India)

 

Rev. William Ward (1769-1823)--Pioneer Baptist Missionary, printer extraordinary, and Serampore Trio member

(conceived and created by Ronald Ellis, Derby, England)

 

"Brief View of the Baptist Missions, and Translations; with Specimens of various Languages in which the Scriptures are printing at the Mission Press, Serampore.  London.  1815."  In The Quarterly Review (July 1816): 350-353.    350    351    352    353

 

"Short Account of the Conversion and Baptism of Kristno Paul."  In The American Baptist Magazine, and Missionary Intelligencer.  No. 2.  New Series.  Vol. 1.  (March 1817): p. 65,    p. 66,    p. 67.

 

J. Marshman, "The Letter to the Governor of Serampore, with His Excellency's Answer" [August 15, 1818; August 18, 1818].  In W. Carey, J. Marshman, W. Ward.  College for the Instruction of Asiatic Christian and Other Youth, in Eastern Literature and European Science, at Serampore, Bengal. London: Printed for Black, Kingsbury, Parbury, and Allen, Leadenhall Street, 1819.

 

"Foreign Intelligence. Baptist Mission. Missionary College at Serampore." The Christian Herald. Vol. VI. (New York: Published by John Gray, 1819), pp. 619-623.

 

"Anecdote of the late Andrew Fuller."  Boston Recorder, Vol. IV, No. 28 (July 10, 1819): 116.

Cover Page    Page 116

 

Late Missionary Intelligence--Disaster of Juggernauth.  Boston Recorder, Vol. IV, No. 28 (July 10, 1819): 114.

Cover Page    Page 114

 

Miron Winslow, A Sketch of Missions; or History of the Principal Attempts to Propagate Christianity among the Heathen

(published in 1819, Andover, Massachusetts) 

 

Translations of the Scriptures in Serampore

 (London Missionary Register, Sept. 1821; reprint, Boston Recorder, December 8, 1821)

 

"Memoir of Mrs. Carey [Charlotte Rumohr]."  The Baptist Magazine for 1822.

Title Page    Page 409    Page 410    Page 411    Page 412    Page 413    Page 414     

(London: J. Barfield, 1822).

 

Rev. Thomas Scott (1747-1821), Anglican Biblical Commentator

(The Baptist Magazine, London, 1822)

 

William Ward, Farewell Letters to a Few Friends in Britain and America, on Returning to Bengal in 1821.

(published in 1822, Lexington, Kentucky)

 

Joshua Marshman, A Defence of the Deity and Atonement of Jesus Christ, In Reply to Ram-Mohun Roy of Calcutta.

(London: Kingsbury, Parbury, and Allen, 1822).

 

The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and its Dependencies

William Carey's Announcement (by letter) of William Ward's Death

(published in August, 1823, London)

 

Joshua Marshman, "Christian Hymn,"  in Rev. Thomas Smith, The History and Origin of the Missionary Societies, vol. 1

(London: Thos. Kelly and Richd. Evans, 1824), 376-377.

 

Enoch Pond, "The Work of Missions a Divine Institution," in Short Missionary Discourses, or Monthly Concert Lectures.

(Worcester, Mass.: Dorr & Howland, 1824) pp. 1-16.

 

The Missionary Gazetteer

(published in Woodstock, Vermont, USA, 1825)

 

"'CAREY STATION,' Letter from Rev. Isaac McCoy, Dated Carey, (Ind.) September 19, 1825"  The American Baptist Magazine.  XIV/VI.  New Series.  (February 1826):63-65.

"Account of Monies, &c. received by Rev. Mr. McCoy, for the Carey Station."  The American Baptist Magazine.  XIV/VI.  New Series.  (February 1826):67-68.

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"Indian Missions." The Baptist Encyclopedia.  Edited by William Cathcart.  Rev. ed.  Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1881.
 

"Management of the British and Foreign Bible Society."  In The Quarterly Review, 36/71 (1827?):1-28.

1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10    11    12    13    14    15    16    17    18    19    20    21    22    23    24    25    26    27    28

 

Samuel Porter Williams.  "A Compendium of the Gospel."  In Sermons on Various Subjects, Chiefly PracticalSalem: Essex Register Office, 1827.

 

"RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.  The Serampore Mission" [Part I] BOSTON RECORDER AND TELEGRAPH  XII/43 (Friday, October 26, 1827):169-170.

"RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.  The Serampore Mission" [Part II] BOSTON RECORDER AND TELEGRAPH  XII/44 (Friday, November 2, 1827):173-174.

 

Vindication of the Calcutta Baptist Missionaries: In Answer to "A Statement relative to Serampore, by J. Marshman, D.D. with Introductory Observations by John Foster." 

(published in 1828, London)    Title Page    34    35

 

"RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.  Baptist Irish Society BOSTON RECORDER AND TELEGRAPH  XIV/35 (Thursday, August 27, 1829): 137-138.

(comments at the annual meeting concerning William Carey's view of Christian missions and the British Empire)

 

National Gazette and Literary Register (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Saturday August 27, 1831)

A review of Rammohun Roy's life, book The Precepts of Jesus the Guide to Peace and Happiness, and Joshua Marshman's response appeared in the London Literary Gazette and was reprinted in the National Gazette and Literary Register (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Saturday August 27, 1831).    Masthead    Column 1    Column 2    Column 3    Column 4    Column 5    Column 6

 

The Mutually Agreed Separation of the Serampore Missionaries and the Baptist Missionary Society, 1827

Thomas Smith and John O. Choules, The Origin and History of Missions

(published in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 1832)

190    191    192    193    Separation Document    Serampore Missionary Stations, 1830    BMS Missionary Stations, 1830 

 

Royal Society of Agriculture and Botany, Winter Show and Exposition, Ghent, Belgium

(published in French, 1834)

 

Memoir of Rev. William Ward, One of the Serampore Missionaries

and  The Sailor Boy and His Bible

(published ca. 1835, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.)

 

Emma Roberts.  "Infanticide in India."  In The Christian Keepsake, 1836.  London: Fisher, Son, and Co., 1835.

 

"Recollections of the Late William Wilberforce, Esq."  In The Christian Keepsake and Missionary Annual.  Edited by Rev. William Ellis.  London and Paris: Fisher, Son, and Co., 1836.

 

John Dyer.  "The Rev. Doctor Carey, Professor of Oriental Languages in the College of Fort William, Calcutta, &c, &c."  In The Christian Keepsake, and Missionary Annual.  Edited by William Ellis.  London, Paris, and America: Fisher, Son, & Co., 1837.

Title Page    Page 9    Page 10    Page 11    Page 12    Page 13    Page 14    Page 15    Page 16    Page 17    Page 18    Page 19    Page 20    Page 21    Page 22    Page 23

 

[John Clark Marshman]. "The Late Dr. Marshman." The Friend of India.  December 14, 1837.

 

"[Dr. Nathaniel Wallich's Honorary Remarks to the Society after the Death of William Carey,]" in Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India [January 29, 1838], Serampore: Printed at the Serampore Mission Press, 1838 (2 pp.).    Color presentation        Black and White presentation

 

"[Dr. Strong's Honorary Remarks to the Society after the Death of Joshua Marshman,]" in Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India [January 29, 1838], Serampore: Printed at the Serampore Mission Press, 1838 (2 pp.)    Color presentation        Black and White presentation

 

John Fenwick.  "Biographical Sketch of Joshua Marshman, D.D., of Serampore."  Newcastle Chronicle.  Newcastle Upon Tyne: Emerson Charnley, 1838.

 

Rev. Ashley Vaughn, 1807-1839

 

"Heathenism," in Southwestern Religious Luminary, 1838 taken from "On Christian Missions," Part I, in Evangelical Rambler, no. 48 (London, 1824):8-12.

 

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

 

John Fenwick. ["The Origin and Progress of the Baptist Missionary Society."]  Newcastle Upon Tyne: Emerson Charnley, 1843.

 

"Indian Missions"

(The Edinburgh Review, February 1808; reprint, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 1845)

 

Frederick W. Robertson. "Christianity and Hindooism" [1847]; reprint, New York and London, 1903

 

The Oriental Baptist

(published from 1847 to 1879, Calcutta, India)

 

The Bengal Obituary, Reverend William Carey, D. D.

(published in 1848, Calcutta, India)

 

Christ's Messengers: Or, The Missionary Memorial

(published in 1848, New York, New York, U.S.A.)

 

William Paley, D.D., Evidences of Christianity (London: W. Clowes and Sons, 1851).

The Carey Center acknowledges Michael Madden, Beenleigh, Australia, for his work in creating this searchable PDF text.

 

The First Hindoo Convert: A Memoir of Krishna Pal

(published in 1852, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.)

 

Joseph Belcher, "Memoir of Mrs. Carey [Charlotte Rumohr]."  William Carey: A BiographyPhiladelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1853. 

Publication Date  Page 259    Page 260    Page 261    Page 262    Page 263    Page 264    Page 265    Page 266

 

"Railways in India.--The Calcutta Railway," The Illustrated London News

(published in 1853, London)

 

Sir George Cornewall Lewis.  Speech of Sir George Lewis on the Introduction of the Bill for the Better Government of IndiaIn the House of Commons, on Friday, February 12, 1858. 

(published in 1858, London, England)

 

Marshman, John Clark.  The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman, and Ward Embracing the History of the Serampore MissionVol. 1.

(published in 1859, London, England)

 

Marshman, John Clark.  The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman, and Ward Embracing the History of the Serampore MissionVol. 2. 

(published in 1859, London, England)

 

W. W. Tulloch, "William Carey and the Serampore Mission"

(published in 1883, Edinburgh, Scotland)

 

George Smith.  The Life of William Carey, D.D.: Shoemaker and Missionary.

Ch. I    Ch. II    Ch. III    Ch. IV    Ch. V    Ch. VI    Ch. VII    Ch. VIII    Ch. IX    Ch. X    Ch. XI    Ch. XII    Ch. XIII    Ch. XIV    Ch. XV    App. I    App. II    App. III    Index

(published in 1885, London, England)

 

"Modern Christian Missions."  The Quarterly Review.  168 (July & October, 1886).  Pp. 116-150.

(published in 1886, London, England)

 

William Carey.  In The Little Library of Biography.  London: The Religious Tract Society, 1890 (?).

Front Cover with Portrait    1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10    11    12    13    14    15    16    17    18    19    20    21    22    23    24    25    26    27    28    29    30    31    32    Back Cover

 

Arthur C. Chute, William Carey, A Sketch of Beginnings in Modern Missions

(published in 1891, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.)

 

The Centenary Volume of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1792-1892

(published in 1892, London, England)

 

Arthur C. Chute, John Thomas, First Missionary to Bengal, 1757-1801

(published in 1893, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)

 

T. R. Edwards, "The Juggernath Festival in Bengal." The Wide World Magazine. IV/4. (November 1899):25-29.

 

"William Carey, 1763 [sic] - 1834, Type of the Missionary as an Educator, Pioneer to India."  In Undenominational Missionary Studies for the Sunday School.  Edited by George Harvey Trull.  Philadelphia: The Sunday School Times Co., 1904.

Title Page    Copyright Page    Page 30    Page 31    Page 32    Page 33    Page 34    Page 35    Page 36    Page 37

 

Helen Barrett Montgomery, Following the Sunrise: A Century of Baptist Missions, 1813-1913

(published in 1913, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.)

 

George Howells and A. C. Underwood, The Story of Serampore and its College

(published in 1918, Serampore and Calcutta, India)

 

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

 

Vishal and Ruth Mangalwadi, Culturequake: The Case of William Carey

(online book [Willernie, Minnesota: South Asian Resources, 2001] )

Introduction

Chapter 1, "William Carey and the Regeneration of India"

Chapter 2, "William Carey - a Tribute by an Indian Woman"

Chapter 3, "William Carey -- a Jar of Clay"

Chapter 4, "William Carey and the Modernization of India"

Chapter 5, "The Mind of a Modernizer"

 

 

Reference Texts Taken from:

 

The Baptist Encyclopedia.  Edited by William Cathcart.  2 Vols.  Rev. ed. 

(Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1883).

"Baldwin, Thomas, D.D."    Vol. I, p. 63    Vol. I, p. 64

 

"Bristol Baptist College."    Vol. I, p. 135    Vol. II, p. 136

 

"Bunyan, John."    Vol. I, p. 159    Vol. I, p. 161

 

"Carey, William, D.D."    Vol. I, p. 182    Vol. I, p. 183    Vol. I, p. 183

 

"Chaplin, Jeremiah, D.D."    Vol. I, p. 203    Vol. I, p. 204

 

"Choules, John Overton."    Vol. I, p. 220    (Click here for Choules' article about William Carey)

 

"Columbian University."    Vol. I, p. 251    Vol. I, p. 252    Vol. I, p. 253    Vol. I, p. 254

 

"Fuller, Rev. Andrew."    Vol. I, p. 420    Vol. I, p. 421    Vol. I, p. 422

 

"Furman, Richard, Sr., D.D."    Vol. I, p. 426    Vol. I, p. 427

 

"Hall, Rev. Robert."     Vol. I, p. 487    Vol. I. p. 488

 

"Havelock, Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry, K.C.B."     Vol. I, p. 510    Vol. I, p. 511

 

"Ivimey, Joseph."  Vol. I, p. 588

 

"Judson, Adoniram, D.D."    Vol. I. p.  625    Vol. I, p. 626    Vol. I, p. 627

 

"Judson, Mrs. Ann Hasseltine."    Vol. I, p. 627    Vol. I, p. 628

 

"Marshman, Joshua, D.D."    Vol. II, p. 751

 

"Pearce, Rev. Samuel."    Vol. II, p. 890    Vol. II, p. 891

 

"Pike, James G."  Vol. II, p. 921    Vol. II, p. 922

 

"Regent's Park College."    Vol. II, p. 966

 

"Ryland, John, D.D."    Vol. II, p. 1018

 

"Sutcliffe, Rev. John."    Vol. II, p. 1123

 

"Staughton, Wm. D.D."    Vol. II, pp. 1096-1097

 

"Stillman, Samuel."    Vol. II, p. 1107        Vol. II, p. 1108        Vol. II, p. 1109

 

"Thomas, John, M.D."    Vol. II, p. 1148

 

"Triennial Convention."    Vol. II, p. 1164    Vol. II, p. 1165    Vol. II, p. 1166

 

"Ward, Rev. William."    Vol. II, p. 1210. 

 

"Wayland, President Francis."    Vol. II, p. 1220    Vol. II, p. 1221    Vol. II, p. 1222

 

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