Chinese Evangelization Society

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The Chinese Evangelisation Society (Chinese 中國傳教會) was an early British Protestant Christian missionary society that was involved in sending workers to China[1] during the late Qing Dynasty. It was founded by Karl Gützlaff. Hudson Taylor was the first missionary to be sent overseas in 1853. The society disbanded in 1865.

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  • American Presbyterian Mission (1867). Memorials of Protestant Missionaries to the Chinese. Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press. 

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  1. ^ American Presbyterian Mission (1867), p. v-vi