Hudson Taylor And The China Inland Mission.
Bound in Sage green cloth with black titles to spines and upper boards and decorated with Chinese characters in black. Spines very slightly faded and some staining to lower board of volume ii, otherwise a very good copy.
The China Inland Mission, London. Agents: The Religious Tract Society, 4 Bouverie Street, London, E.C.4.,
The growth of a work of god.
Two volumes, 8vo, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, Vol. I. xii + 640 pp. Vol. II. xxi + 511 pp.
Illustrated by a number of portraits.
James Hudson Taylor was a British Protestant missionary who spent 51 of his 73 years in China. He was and founder of the China Inland Mission and that organisation was at the forefront of the fight against the Opium trade. He, in contrast to the majority of missionaries, adopted Chinese dress and was able to preach in several Chinese languages and dialects.
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