offered to Englishmen on more than one occasion.’ 70
During a conversation in the summer
of 1906 between the archbishop of the Church of England, Randall
Davidson, and Lord Cromer, the latter argued that proselytising
missionary work in Egypt had to be avoided. While Cromer supported the
educational services of the Church and its missionary arm, the ChurchMissionary
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1930); and ‘The History of Carus Farrar of Finding Dr.
Livingstone in Central Africa’, which was discovered in the
archives of the ChurchMissionarySociety in London. The latter was
published in H.B. Thomas, ‘The Death of Dr. Livingstone:
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