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Identifier: cu31924029346875
Title: History of American missions to the heathen, from their commencement to the present time
Year: 1840 (1840s)
Authors: Tracy, Joseph, 1798?-1850 Peck, Solomon, 1800-1874 Mudge, Enoch, 1776-1850 Cutter, William, 1801-1867 Mack, Enoch, 1806-1881
Subjects: Missions Missions
Publisher: Worcester : Spooner & Howland
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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alth of Mr. Abeel declined, andhe accompanied Mr. Tomlin to Singapore for its restoration.» Mediterranean Missions, At Malta, during the year ending October16, the press struck off 78,000 copies of 14 works, amounting to 4,760,000pages, all in Modern Greek. The translations from the English by Petro-kokino, and the abridgments of the Old Testament and the gospels by Ni-ketoplos, a Greek ecclesiastic, were highly approved by the best judges inGreece. Mr, King had still resided at Poros; for the Turkish troops had not yetleft Attica, Having satisfied himself that the attempt would not be an im- udent exposure of life, he repaired to Athens in April, where he soonopened a school, and engaged Niketoplos, who had the confidence of theGreeks, and was esteemed their best Lancasterian teacher, as its instructor.On the last of May, it contained 176 pupils, and it was found best to divideit into two,—one for each sex,,^nd to establish others in the vicinity. He HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN BOARD.

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Con9taoliBO{>le. removed his family to Athens in June. In September, he visited Smyrna^where the plague detained him the remainder of the year. Mr. Goodell, having carried the Armeno-Turkish New Testament throughthe press, left Malta in May, and arrived at Constantinople on the 9th ofJune. Here he was engaged principally in translating the Old Testamentinto the Armeno-Turkish. He resided in Pera, one of the suburbs of Con-stantinople, where nearly all the European .ambassadors resided. On thegd of August, a fire broke out, and all Pera, except eight houses, was con-sumed. Mr. Goodell and his family lost house, furniture, library, papers,and nearly all their clothing. The same day he removed to Buyuk Dereh,a village on the European side of the Bosphorus, some 15 miles above thecity, where he was hospitably accommodated with lodgings for himself andfamily by Commodore Porter, Charge des Affaires of the United States.Commodore Porter always opened his doors for public worship on the S

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Date: 2014-07-30 10:55:29

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