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RM2AGB3NJ. The Chinese empire: a general & missionary survey ... Here, in addition to the highprovincial mandarins, and the mandarins responsible for thegovernment of the city and of the whole prefecture, thereare to be found hundreds of expectant mandarins awaitingappointments which have to be filled up as various officialpositions become vacant in all parts of the province. Ifin some ways the official atmosphere of such a placeis unfavourable to Christian work, in other ways itpresents unique opportunities, especially for the medicalmissionary (whether male or female), or for the zenana ladymissionar
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RM2AGB80T. The Chinese empire: a general & missionary survey ... were given, and when the Convention was signed theywere all in China, ready to take advantage of the unfore-seen though prayed for openings. Mr. Taylor himselfarrived just as the Convention was signed, and at onceinaugurated a series of wide and systematic itinerationswith the object of preparing the way for future and moresettled work. That the opportunity was rapidly seized isproved by the fact that before the year closed—and theConvention had only been signed in September—Shansi,Shensi, and Kansu had been entered, while during thefollo
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RM2AGB18W. The Chinese empire: a general & missionary survey ... the ways and practices of its ministers; the second parttells of its first entrance into China, and of the patronageextended to it for the most part for nearly one hundred andfifty years by various Emperors ; in the third part, to which,though it be the shortest, the two other are introductory,the Christians express, in verse, their praise of God andtheir religion, and also of the Emperors whose protectionand favour they had enjoyed. Another most interesting and less known record is anancient Arabic manuscript written in the year of the H
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RM2AGB8WB. The Chinese empire: a general & missionary survey ... mours departure from Peking washastened by the terrible news of the Tientsin massacre.Fearing that complications might arise which would hinderhis undertaking, he by faith dared the possibility of havinghis line of communication cut, and went out, not knowingwhither he went. The dreadful Tientsin massacre horrified the civilisedworld. The French Consul, several French missionaries,including nine Sisters of Mercy, together with some EomanCatholic converts, were at that time brutally killed. Thetime was one of considerable unrest, and even