west and Taichow in 1892 to the south of Ningpo; the Chuki district in 1892 to the south and Tunglu in 1913 to the southwest of Hangchow. This created feelings of distrust and resentment against Christian practices and beliefs that even divided families. Crowther and a young Englishman, Henry Townsend, were sent to them and began the Yoruba mission, with its headquarters at Abeokuta. There were many single women missionaries, however, as they had greater freedom than clergy to find new patterns of evangelism, because they were outside any Japanese official or social pattern. CMS gleaner In 1838 a small paper called the Missionary Gleaner was started by Charles Hodgson, who was a CMS Association Secretary in Yorkshire. The Roman Catholics rose against Morrison in 1833, leading to the suppression of his presses and publications and removing his preferred method of spreading knowledge of Christ. As the South China mission was the longest-established CMS mission in China it was not surprising that it achieved more nearly than the other missions the gradual transfer of power from mission to church which was a hallmark of CMS activity in the 1920s and. When Moreton's health failed the mission came to an end. Bearing in mind the new political climate after the First World War and the aspirations for self determination of the Indian Christians the CMS General Committee in 1923 approved the transfer of CMS work to the diocese as a matter of urgency. 2 v : ill, port ; 23 cm.
The first Niger expedition was in 1841 and two CMS men were members. Canton was declared a mission station in 1898. The Telegu movement in the south was the largest (helped by special funds raised by Canon Johnson) and in 1928 there were 45,000 people in the area under instruction for baptism. The CMS committee in London were unable to agree to this expansion of work because of the lack of funds, but the two doctors began to raise funds independently and by 1919 were able to guarantee support both for four years' work and for. A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, in Three Parts: Chinese and English arranged alphabetically. It became an independent school in 1951 when it opted out of the Singhalese government's free education scheme. The Methodists joined as partners in 1917 and Baptists also sent some students. Hong Kong (China) : Hong Kong University Press, 1957. Volume 3 of Vocabulary of the Canton Dialect. By the Treaty of Nanking in 1842 five Chinese ports were opened to Europeans (including missionaries and Hong Kong was ceded to Britain.
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