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May 2005


"Expect Great Things; Attempt Great Things" Page


Brief Narrative of the Baptist Mission in India: Including an Account of Translations of the Sacred Scriptures into the Various Languages of the East.  Fifth edition.  London: Sold by Button & Son, 1819, p. 3.

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Gazetteer and Maps Page


India, 1819

A Map Illustrative of the Baptist Missionary Stations; And of the Countries in which the Translations of the Scriptures In the Different Eastern Languages are Spoken: Carrying on by the Missionaries at Serampore

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Memorabilia Page


Postcard of Piddington, Northants (ca. 1908)

Reverse Side

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Signature of Richard, Marquess of Wellesley, Governor General of Bengal, India, 1797-1805

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Portrait Gallery Page


Edward Gibbon (1737-1794)

Historian of the Roman Empire, critic of Christianity

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Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800-1859)

English Historian and Statesman

Serving on the Supreme Council of India, Macaulay lived in Calcutta, 1834-1838.  In his "Minute of 2 February 1835 on Indian Education," Macaulay argued for the superiority of western education, language, and literature in comparison to like categories in India.

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Carey Baptist Church, Moulton, Northamptonshire

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Nicholas Brown, Jr. (1769-1841)

Alumnus, Philanthropist, Treasurer, and Namesake of Brown University

Rhode Island College was renamed Brown University in 1804 in honor of Nicholas Brown; in 1805, the University conferred the Doctor of Divinity degree on William Carey.

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Carey Center Home Page


Created:    May 10, 2005        Updated:    May 23, 2005