(18321905). B. Barnsley, Yorkshire, Eng.; studied medicine; left for China 1853 (arrived 1854) as 1st agent of short-lived Chinese Evangelization Soc., from which he resigned after ca. 3 yrs.; worked as indep. miss.; returned to Eng. 1860; founded China* Inland Mission 1865 and served it till he died. Works include China: Its Spiritual Need and Claims.
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