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April 2004



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Silhouette Image of Joshua Marshman

"Courtesy Derby City Libraries (Derby Local Studies Library)" and Ronald Ellis, Derby, England

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Dr. Nathaniel Wallich (1786-1854)

Danish born physician and botanist.  Employed by the East India Company in Calcutta, Wallich was a good friend of Carey's.  Wallich also was superintendent of the Calcutta Botanical Garden, and Wallich and Carey both contributed to Flora Indica, vol. 2.

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John Wesley (1703-1791)

Revivalist who, along with his brother Charles, effected the establishment of Methodism from within the Anglican Church of the eighteenth century.  William Carey considered Wesley a leader in the missionary movement, and referred to him in  An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens(portrait courtesy of Thoemmes Continuum, Bristol, U.K.)

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