James Anderson (missionary)

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James Anderson (fl. 1865–1870) was a Protestant Christian missionary who served with the London Missionary Society during the late Qing Dynasty China. He entered the country in Hong Kong on December 27, 1865, and continued on to Canton in 1867[1] where he remained through 1870.[2] He and his wife left for England on May 5, 1870 for health reasons.[3]

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References[edit]

  • Wylie, Alexander (1867). Memorials of Protestant Missionaries to the Chinese. Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press. 
  • Broomhall, Alfred (1982). Hudson Taylor and China's Open Century: Barbarians at the Gates. London: Hodder and Stoughton. 

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Memorials of Protestant Missionaries to the Chinese. Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press. 1867. p. 275. 
  2. ^ The China Mission Hand-book. Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press. 1896. p. 5. ISBN 0-524-06868-2. 
  3. ^ Doolittle, Justus (June 1870). "Missionary Intelligence". The Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal 3 (1): 28.