A brief account of the origin and progress of the Boston Female Society for Missionary Purposes

with extracts from the reports of the Society, in May, 1817 and 1818, and extracts from the reports of their missionaries, Rev. James Davis, and Rev. Dudley D. Rosseter ..
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Printed by Lincoln & Edmands , Boston
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43419
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A brief account of the origin and progress of the Boston Female Society for Missionary Purposes: with extracts from the reports of the Society, in May, andand extracts from the reports of their missionaries, Rev.

James Davis, and Rev. Dudley D. Rosseter. A brief account of the origin and progress of the Boston female society for missionary purposes by Bethesda society, Boston. [from old catalog]Pages: Boston Female Society for Missionary Purposes. A brief account of the origin and progress of the Boston Female Society for Missionary Purposes [microform]: with extracts from the reports of the Society, in May, andand extracts from the reports of their missionaries, Rev.

James Davis, and Rev. Dudley D. Rosseter Printed by Lincoln. A brief account of the origin and progress of the Boston Female Society for Missionary Purposes.: With extracts from the reports of the Society, in May, andand extracts from the reports of their missionaries, Rev.

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The leadership in the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. denomination became acutely aware of the new climate of overseas mission work. Charles Leber, a leader in the Board of Foreign Missions, was the initiator for change in the 23 years from toLeber visited fifty-eight churches in.

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Webb contracted a disease at the age of five that confined her to a wheelchair for the rest of her life. Inat she successfully challenged the prevailing view of the role of women in society by organizing a group of thirteen women who founded the Boston Female Society for Missionary Purposes.

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Excerpt from New Missionary Field: A Report to the Female Missionary Society for the Poor of the City of New-York and Its Vicinity; At Their Quarterly Prayer Meeting, March IN compliance with the wishes of the Board of Managers and others, I have drawn up, and shall now lay before you, an account of my labours, accompanied with such Author: Ward Stafford.

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ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL SOCIETY. By EBENEZERALDEN, M. D., Fellowof the Society. [Read at the Annual Meeting, ] entandGentlemen: Weare assembled in circumstances ofpeculiar in terest. Since thelastannualmeeting, sixty-five gen tlemen have accepted the fellowship of the Society.

- Paris Evangelical Missionary Society opens work in Senegal; - Robert Moffat, missionary to Africa with the London Missionary Society, publishes his book Rivers of Water in a Dry Place, Being an Account of the Introduction of Christianity into South Africa, and of Mr.

Moffat's Missionary Labours; - Baptists enter Argentina. A hundred years in Travancore, a history and description of the work done by The London Missionary Society in Travancore, South India during the past century, / (London: H.

Allenson, ), by Isaac Henry Hacker and London Missionary Society (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The story of the L.M.S., Page 5.

PREFACE The writer of this little book has fulfilled a long cherished desire, not in its best sense to say a history, but to lay some kind of foundation, so that the historian of the future may have something to build upon and may some day give to the world the facts concerning the service, sacrifice and achievements of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.

THE SABBATH IN ENGLAND (A.) BRIEF HISTORY OF KNOWN CHURCHES (1) MILL YARD, LONDON. Origin. Some have supposed that this church owes its origin to the labors of John James, who was martyred Oct.

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19, President Daland goes back as far as about In (or ) John Trask came to London from Salisbury, and held revival meetings. Page 35 - For not with swords loud clashing, Nor roll of stirring drums ; With deeds of love and mercy, The heavenly kingdom comes.

Lead on, O King Eternal, We follow, not with fears, For gladness breaks like morning Where'er thy face appears ; Thy cross is lifted o'er us, We journey in its light; The crown awaits the conquest ; Lead on, O God of might. Methodism, also called the Methodist movement, is a group of historically related denominations of Protestant Christianity which derive their doctrine of practice and belief from the life and teachings of John Wesley.

George Whitefield and John's brother Charles Wesley were also significant early leaders in the movement. It originated as a revival movement within the 18th-century Church of. Boston, Mass. City Mission Society, records Creator(s): City Mission Society of Boston City Missionary Society (Boston, Mass.) The Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction for the Poor.

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behavior over the black female. As the white master controlled his wife and slaves, men within slave society adopted this behavior of control. This behavior of control seemingly influenced the male leaders within the black Baptist church.

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The Inuit People have a deep history of tattooing. In the Inuktituk language, the word kakiniit translates to the English word for tattoo [76]: and the word tunniit means face tattoo. [75] Among the Inuit, some nations tattooed female faces and parts of the body to symbolize a girl transitioning into a woman, coinciding with the start of.

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In AugustBoston minister Jeremy Belknap had proposed a "Plan for an Antiquarian Society" that would collect materials to document the history of the new nation, a plan that has been described as "the charter of .The birth of the Women’s Home and Overseas Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion church occurred in at the Old Ship A.M.E.

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