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" ... (employments which he never sought for, but which fell in his way) he never pretended to impartiality, but acted as the avowed, though, certainly, the successful and judicious agent of the orphan prince entrusted to his care, and from attempting whose... "
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Missionary Register, Том 15

1827
...the Orphan Prince entrusted to hiscare, and from attempting whose ««n3 1C 4-34 INDIA WITHIN version to Christianity he seems to have abstained from a...there are now in the South of India about two hundred Prolestant Congregations, the numbers of which have been sometimes vaguely stated at forty thousand....

The Baptist Magazine, Том 19

1827
...the avowed, though certainly the successful and judicious agent of tbe Orphan I'rince entrusted t< his care, and from attempting whose conversion to...have abstained from a feeling of honour. His other comerts were between six and seven thousand, besides those which bis predecessors and companions in...

The Quarterly Oriental magazine, review and register

1828
...acted as the avowed, though, certainly the successful and judicious agentof the orphan prince entrusted to his care, and from attempting whose conversion...increasing, and there are now in the south of India about 200 Protestant congregations, the numbers of which have been sometimes vaguely stated at 40,000. I...

Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India: From ..., Том 2

Reginald Heber - 1828
...as the avowed, though, certainly, the successful and judicious agent of the orphan prince entrusted to his care, and from attempting whose conversion...of honour. His other converts were between six and * The Rev. Mr. Robinson being desirous to see also tho Christian congregation at Kanandagoody, fifteen...

Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India, Том 3

Reginald Heber - 1829
...as the avowed, though, certainly, the successful and judicious agent of* the orphan prince entrusted to his care, and from attempting whose conversion...increasing, and there are now in the south of India about 200 Protestant congregations, the numbers of which have been sometimes vaguely stated at 40,000. I...

The gallery of portraits: with memoirs ...

Arthur Thomas Malkin, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1834
...acted as the avowed, though certainly the successful and judicious agent of the orphan prince committed to his care, and from attempting whose conversion...other converts were between six and seven thousand, being those which his companions and predecessors in the cause had brought over." * He probably acted...

Memoirs of the life and correspondence of ... Christian Frederick Swartz, Том 2

Hugh Nicholas Pearson - 1834
...acted as the avowed, though certainly the successful and judicious agent of the orphan prince entrusted to his care, and from attempting whose conversion...predecessors and companions in the cause had brought over." Such was the testimony of Bishop Heber, when writing from Trichinopoly, immediately after his most...

Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of the Reverend Christian ..., Том 2

Hugh Pearson - 1834
...acted as the avowed, though certainly the successful and judicious agent of the orphan prince entrusted to his care, and from attempting whose conversion...which his predecessors and companions in the cause bad brought over." Such was the testimony of Bishop Heber, when writing from Trichinopoly, immediately...

The Gallery of Portraits: with Memoirs ...

1834
...acted as the avowed, though certainly the successful and judicious agent of the orphan prince committed to his care, and from attempting whose conversion...other converts were between six and seven thousand, being those which his companions and predecessors in the cause had brought over." * He probably acted...

'God's free grace in man's redemption', a sermon, with notes

Frederick Russell - 1834
...fearless, as he was one of the most successful Missionaries who have appeared since the Apostles. His converts were between six and seven thousand, besides...predecessors and companions in the cause had brought over." " Such (says Dr. Pearson, quoting the above abridged passage from the Journal of this worthy and laborious...




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