“The First Native Clergyman in India”
BIPOC Voices in the Victorian Periodical Press
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The First Native Clergyman in India.
[...] He joined in singing a hymn which he himself had composed, and soon afterwards gently breathed his last. We give a literal translation of this hymn:—
Digital Publication Details
Title: “The First Native Clergyman in India”
Creator(s): Anonymous; Abdul Messeeh
Publication date: (1875) 2022
Digital publishers: One More Voice, COVE
Critical encoding: Kenneth C. Crowell, Cassie Fletcher, Adrian S. Wisnicki
One More Voice identifier: liv_026046
Cite (Chicago Author-Date): Anonymous, and Abdul Messeeh. (1875) 2022. “The First Native Clergyman in India.” Edited by Kenneth C. Crowell and Cassie Fletcher. In “BIPOC Voices,” One More Voice, solidarity edition; Collaborative Organization for Virtual Education (COVE). https://onemorevoice.org/html/bipoc-voices/digital-editions-amd/liv_026046_HTML.html.
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
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