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  • She did not know what Alice had received; she understood nothing that was going on, till Alice touched her and said gently, "Mr. Marshman is speaking to you, Ellen."

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  • In the course of the following year Carey sailed for India, where he was joined a few years later by Marshman and Ward, and the mission was established at Serampore.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3 "Banks" to "Bassoon"

  • Ring up Drysdale, and ask him whether the corporal he put in is named Marchman or Marshman.

    Pushed and the Return Push

  • Other partial versions were made by missionaries, but the first Bible for Protestant use was the work of Lassar and Marshman (Serampur, 1815-22).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • Marshman, though he did not go to China, his labours being carried on in Bengal, at Serampore, where he died 7 Dec.,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • In the October term I had Marshman and Ogilby at L105 for three terms, and Dobbs at L75 for three terms.


  • Mr. George Marshman also urged upon him some business in which he thought he could be eminently useful.

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  • Mrs. Vawse and Miss Marshman were two friends and nurses not to be surpassed, in their different ways.

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  • THE whole Marshman family returned to Ventnor immediately after the funeral, Mr. George excepted; he stayed with Mr. Humphreys over the Sabbath, and preached for him; and much to every one's pleasure lingered still a day or two longer; then he was obliged to leave them.

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  • THE whole Marshman family arrived to day from Ventnor; some to see

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