Title: The Millions 1901
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: China Inland Mission
Publisher: [Philadelphia] China Inland Mission
Contributing Library: Knox – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Algoma University, Trent University, Lakehead University, Laurentian University, Nipissing University, Ryerson University and University of Toronto Libraries
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eresting Endeavor SocietiesI have ever seen was shortly after, com-ing to China. In Australia I had the joyof meeting many Societies, and it was myintention to have a Society at my station assoon as I was able to speak the language. Whilejourneying to Shan-Si, ui a party escorted by ourlate beloved Deputy Director, Mr. Wm. Cooper,■who is now wearing the martyrs crown, we had a pressinginvitation to stay at Tai-yuen-fu. Mr. Cooper accepted. was 1 ving Mrs. Dr. Lovitt lifted up her little boy of twoyears old to kiss us, and Miss Coombs walked a little dis-tance with us. I promised to write to her, and she askedme to write to Dr. Clark, as he had just arrived at Tien-tsin. I did so, and received a letter at the last momentbefore we fled from the mountains to hide from the faceof man. After months of weary suffering we weredelivered by the Kuh-u Mandarin, two fellow Missionariesand myself. The others of ( ur party, Mr. and Mrs. Kayand chid. were killed. Christians from all stations came
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IN PEKING. and we stayed from April the nth to the 17th. with Mr. to -ee us. I made fullest inquiries about Dr. Clark, andand Mrs. Stokes. it was not r.n.il I reached the coast, almost a year after Living on the same compound was Miss Coombs, whose that Endeavor meeting at Tai-yuen, that I learned he was fellowship I thoroughly enjoyed. On Sunday an En-deavor meeting was held. I was asked to be present, buthaving just come to China could not speak to them.Twenty-six bright-looking girls assembled, and MissGregg, of Huai-luh. It was nice to see each one readtheir Bible and hear them pray. The next day MissCoombs was skipping and playing with them in the court-yard. Their Unbound feet made it easy for them to run.After we were all seated together. Miss Coombs told them :en snow till 8am uv au this? We gain Christ and eternal lift not among the martyrs. The dear girls at Tai-yuen-fu were not killed. Theywere brought before the Mandarin, and he asked them,Why do you follow the foreigners?
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