[Moseley:] The origin of the first Protestant mission to China

[Moseley:] The origin of the first Protestant mission to China and history of the events which induced the attempt, and succeeded in the accomplishment of a translation of the Holy Scriptures into the Chinese language, (at the expense of the East India Company), and of the casulties which assigned to the late Dr. Morrison the carrying out of ths plan, with copies of the correspondence between the Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishop of London, Bishop of Durham, Bishop of Sarum, Earl of Spencer, Sir George Staunton, Bart. […]  To which is appended a new account of the origin of the British and Foreign Bible Society, and a copy of the memoir which originated the Chinese mission […] (London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1842)

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 1221 f.
  • Digitized:
    > Google Books (book contributor: Oxford University; digitized: 24 April 2006)
    > Google Books (book contributor: Cornell University; digitized: 17 October 2014)
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

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