China: Its State and Prospects with Special Reference to the Spread of the Gospel: Containing Allusions to the Antiquity Extent Population Civilization Literature and Religion of the Chinese. W. H. Medhurst.
China: Its State and Prospects with Special Reference to the Spread of the Gospel: Containing Allusions to the Antiquity Extent Population Civilization Literature and Religion of the Chinese

China: Its State and Prospects with Special Reference to the Spread of the Gospel: Containing Allusions to the Antiquity Extent Population Civilization Literature and Religion of the Chinese

Boston: Crocker & Brewster, 1838. First American Edition. Small 8vo. xv, [1], 13-472 pp. Folding frontispiece map; 3 plates with 6 wood-engravings by G. Baxter. Later green cloth binding with gilt-lettered maroon title label; Ex-libris with cancelled library blindstamp & ink number; else a very good copy. Item #19120

Walter Henry Medhurst (1796 – 1857), was an English Congregationalist missionary to China, born in London and educated at St Paul's School. He was one of the early translators of the Bible into Chinese language editions. - wiki. Much on the Chinese cultural context in which the missionaries worked; Chinese and Western attitudes toward the opium trade; government and laws; and more.

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