The Life And Work Of William Albert Mansell, Missionary (Classic Reprint).pdf
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (30 Oct. 2016)
By: Lewis Addison Core (Author)
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IN the following pages, the writer has tried to depict the character of William Albert Mansell as a Man and Missionary. No attempt has been made to describe, with any fullness of detail, the work with which he was identified. From widely different sources, this testimony has come, He was a model missionary. With this thought before him, it has been the writer's main pur pose to try to outline the character of the man, so that the reader may, in some measure, come to know him, as it has been the delightful pri vilege of the writer to know him for more than a quarter of a century and to set forth some of his leading principles and methods of work which will contribute to a better understanding of the conditions that prevail in this mission field and which are eminently worthy of imitation on the part of the new missionary.
He wishes to take this Opportunity to acknow ledge his indebtedness to Bishop F. W. Warne, D.D., and Rev. N. L. Rockey, D.D., and others who have furnished valuable material for the book: also to Rev. B. T. Badley, General Secretary to the Epworth League for Southern Asia, who con tributed Chapter XI also to Mrs. Mansell who, with great care and discrimination, gathered most of the historical material, read the manu script and made helpful suggestions.
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