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" The earnest desire of this good man is to be ordained a clergyman of the church of England, and if God spares his life and mine, I hope, during the Ember weeks in this next autumn, to confer orders on him. "
Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India: From Calcutta ... - Page 471
by Reginald Heber - 1828
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 10

1828
...Christians, converted by Mr. Corrie when he was chaplain at Agra, and now kept together by Abdul Messeeh. The earnest desire of this good man is to be ordained...way fit for them, and is a most sincere Christian, qiute free, so far as I could observe, from all conceit or enthusiasm. His long Eastern dress, his...
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Missionary Register...

1828
...Christians, converted by Mr. Corrie when he was Chaplain at Agra, and now kept together by Abdool Messeeh. The earnest desire of this good man is to be ordained...them, and is a most sincere Christian ; quite free, as far as I could observe, from all conceit or enthusiasm. His long eastern dress, his long grey beard,...
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A Memoir of the Rev. Henry Martyn, B.D.: Late Fellow of St. John's College ...

John Sargent - 1830 - 507 pages
...has always a high salary. Abdul Musseeh's present appointments, as Christian missionary, are sixty rupees a month, and of this he gives away at least...free, so far as I could observe, from all conceit or enthusiam. His long eastern dress, his long grey beard, and his calm resigned countenance, give him...
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The Life of Rev. Henry Martyn

John Hall - 1831 - 246 pages
...converted under Mr. Corrie, when he was chaplain at Agra, and now kept together by Abdool Messeeh. The earnest desire of this good man is, to be ordained...if God spares his life and mine, I hope, during the next autumn, to confer orders on him. He is every way fit for them, and is a most sincere Christian,...
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The Life of Rev. Henry Martyn

John Hall - 1832 - 242 pages
...ordained a clergyman of the church of England ; and if God spares his life and mine, I hope, during the next autumn, to confer orders on him. He is every...them, and is a most sincere Christian, quite free, eo far .as I could observe, from all conceit or enthu* A rupee is worth about lilly cents. siiisin....
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The Missionary Gazetteer: Comprising a Geographical and Statistical Account ...

Bela Bates Edwards - 1832 - 419 pages
...gentlemanly manners than any Christian native whom I have seen. He is every way fit for holy orders, and is a most sincere Christian, quite free, so far as I could observe, from all conceit and enthusiasm. His long eastern dress, his long grey beard, and his calm, resigned countenance, gi.ve...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of ... Reginald Heber, late lord bishop of ...

Thomas Taylor (biographer.) - 1836
...native Christian converts of Mr. Corrie's while he was chaplain at Agra, which he now keeps together. The earnest desire of this good man is to be ordained...spares his life and mine, I hope, during the Ember week in the next autumn, to confer orders on him. He is every way fit for them, and is a most sincere...
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The Scottish Christian Herald, Volumes 1-2

1837
...Christians, converted by Mr Corrie, when he was chaplain at Agra, and now kept together by Abdool Messee. The earnest desire of this good man is to be ordained...of England, and if God spares his life and mine, I hop«, during the ember weeks in tbis next autumn, to confer orders upon him. He is every way tit for...
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History of Christian Missions, from the Reformation to the Present Time

James A. Huie - 1842 - 346 pages
...ordained by Bishop Heber in 1825, who spoke of him as " every way fit for holy orders," adding, " he is a most sincere Christian, quite free, so far as I could observe, from all conceit and enthusiasm." He was then stationed at Lucknow, where he died in the beginning of 1827. Though our...
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Memorials of an Indian missionary; or, A memoir of the rev. Michael Wilkinson

M J. W - 1859 - 279 pages
...more gentlemanly manners than any Christian native I have seen. He is every way fit for holy orders and is a most sincere Christian ; quite free, so far as I could observe, from all conceit and enthusiasm. His long eastern dress, his long grey beard, and his calm resigned countenance give...
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