The Life of William Carey,
Shoemaker & Missionary




by George Smith

This Etext was created by John Bechard, London, England
(JaBBechard@aol.com)
This HTML version was created by Dave Marlett
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{Note from the preparer of this etext: I have had to insert a view comments mainly in regards to adjustments to fonts to allow for some of the characters in the Indian names; you will find any of my own notes enclosed in these brackets--{}. I have also renumbered the footnotes and placed them at the end of this e-text, removing them from within the document where they fell at the end of each corresponding page.}

CONTENTS

 PREFACE
I. CAREY'S COLLEGE
II. THE BIRTH OF ENGLAND'S FOREIGN MISSIONS
III. INDIA AS CAREY FOUND IT
IV. SIX YEARS IN NORTH BENGAL--MISSIONARY AND INDIGO PLANTER
V. THE NEW CRUSADE--SERAMPORE AND THE BROTHERHOOD
VI. THE FIRST NATIVE CONVERTS AND CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS
VII. CALCUTTA AND THE MISSION CENTRES FROM DELHI TO AMBOYNA
VIII. CAREY'S FAMILY AND FRIENDS
IX. PROFESSOR OF SANSKRIT, BENGALI, AND MARATHI
X. THE WYCLIF OF THE EAST--BIBLE TRANSLATION
XI. WHAT CAREY DID FOR LITERATURE AND FOR HUMANITY
XII. WHAT CAREY DID FOR SCIENCE--FOUNDER OF THE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF INDIA
XIII. CAREY'S IMMEDIATE INFLUENCE IN GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA
XIV. CAREY AS AN EDUCATOR--THE FIRST CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN THE EAST
XV. CAREY'S CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY FOR THE PEOPLE OF INDIA
XVI. CAREY'S LAST DAYS
APPENDIX