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The Chinese recorder.

New Title: Chinese recorder and educational review
Educational review (Shanghai, China)
Previous Title: Missionary recorder
Language(s): English
Published: Shanghai, American Presbyterian Mission Press [etc.]
Subjects: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. > Missions > Periodicals
Missions > China > Periodicals.
China > Periodicals.
Note: Imprint varies: Foochow, Rozario, Marcel & Co., 1868-
Editors: May 1868-Jan. 1870?, S. L. Baldwin; Feb. 1870-May 1872, Justus Doolittle; Jan. 1874-Dec. 1877?, A. Wylie; Jan. 1878-Apr. 1880?, S. L. Baldwin; May 1880-Dec. 1884, A. P. Happer; Jan. 1885-Apr. 1889, L. H. Gulick; May 1889-Dec. 1890, not ascertained; Jan. 1891-Apr. 1893, L. N. Wheeler; May 1893-Jan. 1914, G. F. Fitch and others; Feb. 1914- Frank Rawlinson.
Vol. 15 includes "List of Protestant missionaries in China, Japan and Siam corrected to March 1884" (8 p.); "List of Protestant missionaries in China, Corea, Siam, and the Straits settlements corrected to December, 1884" (8 p.); "List of missionaries to the Chinese since 1799" ([6] p.).
Includes section "Our book table".
Physical Description: 69 v. ill. 23-24 cm.
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