Campbell (ed.)/Sibellius: Of the conversion of five thousand and nine hundred East Indians in the isle of Formosa

[Caspar Sibellius:] Of the conversion of five thousand and nine hundred East-Indians, in the isle Formosa, neere China, to the profession of the true God, in Jesus Christ; by meanes of M. Ro: Junius, a minister lately in Delph in Holland. Related by his good friend, M.C. Sibellius, pastor in Daventrie there, in a Latine letter. Translated to further the faith and joy of many here, by H. Jessei, a servant of Jesus Christ. With a post-script of the Gospels good successe also amongst the VVest-Indians, in New-England. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl. (London : printed by Iohn Hammond, and are to be sold at his house voer-against [sic] S. Andrewes Church in Holborne; and in Popes-Head-Alley, by H. Allen, 1650)

William Campbell (ed.)/Caspar Sibellius: Of the conversion of five thousand and nine hundred East Indians in the isle of Formosa. (London: Trübner 1889)

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  • Bibliographic reference: BS 291
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

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