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Felicity Jensz

, 2014), pp. 23–24. 5 Eugene Stock, The history of the Church Missionary Society: Its environment, its men and its work , vol. 1 (London: Church Missionary Society, 1890), p. 264. 6 CMS/ACC – Church Missionary Society unofficial papers, Accession 362

in Missionaries and modernity
The Edinburgh World Missionary Conference, 1910
Felicity Jensz

Jensz, ‘The 1910 Edinburgh World Missionary Conference’. 135 Eugene Stock, The history of the Church Missionary Society: Supplementary volume (London: Church Missionary Society, 1916). 136 Ibid., p. 6

in Missionaries and modernity
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predominately follow the major and most important missionary groups in Britain in the nineteenth century, including the Baptist Missionary Society (BMS, 1792), the Church Missionary Society (CMS, 1799), 6 the London Missionary Society (LMS, 1795), the Moravian Church (under the auspice of the ‘Brethren’s Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel among the Heathens’ from the 1760s) and the WMMS (1813). 7 These missionary

in Missionaries and modernity
Bronwen Everill

In 1851 the famous Nigerian missionary Samuel Ajayi Crowther called on the British government to intervene on behalf of humanity in coming to the defence of the Church Missionary Society’s settlement at Abeokuta. 1 Citing nearby slave trading and the threat it posed to the ‘civilising mission’ of the Empire, Crowther and others succeeded in encouraging the annexation of Nigerian territory to the

in Humanitarianism, empire and transnationalism, 1760–1995
The Negro Education Grant and Nonconforming missionary societies in the 1830s
Felicity Jensz

). 22 See, for example, Thomas O. Beidelman, ‘Contradictions between the sacred and the secular life: The Church Missionary Society in Ukaguru, Tanzania, East Africa, 1876–1914’, Comparative Studies in Society and History , 23:1 (1981), 79; Patricia T. Rooke, ‘Missionaries as pedagogues: A reconsideration of the significance of education for

in Missionaries and modernity
Felicity Jensz

See: Godfrey N. Brown, ‘British educational policy in West and Central Africa’, The Journal of Modern African Studies , 2:3 (1964), 365. 62 C.F. Andrews, The renaissance in India, its missionary aspect (London: Church Missionary Society, 1912), p. 35

in Missionaries and modernity
The Select Committee on Aborigines (British Settlements)
Felicity Jensz

Birmingham (UB), Cadbury Research Library Special Collections (Cadbury), Church Missionary Society Archive (CMS), General Secretary’s Department (G), Administration, Correspondence (AC), 19/2, Dandeson Coates to Thomas Fowell Buxton, 15 April 1837, p. 136. 76 See: HC PP 1836 (538) ‘Report’, Buxton (chair

in Missionaries and modernity