The Life of William Carey, Shoemaker & Missionary
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letters written by Carey or referring to him for which courtesy I
whom England sent forth as a missionary to India where
THE NEW CRUSADESERAMPORE AND THE BROTHERHOOD
CALCUTTA AND THE MISSION CENTRES FROM DELHITO AMBOYNA
WHAT CAREY DID FOR LITERATURE AND FOR HUMANITY
promised to write the Life of his great colleague with whom
Calcutta and Wilson of Bombay cover a period of nearly a century
CAREY AS AN EDUCATORTHE FIRST CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN
PROFESSOR OF SANSKRIT BENGALI AND MARATHI
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