WILLIAMS ,ROGER returned to Raiatea, and made voyages among other
See also:island groups, including
See also:Samoa and the neighbouring islands . Williams returned to England in 1834 (having previously visited New South
See also:Wales in 1821); and during his four years' stay at home he had the New Testament, which he had translated into Rarotongan, printed . Returning in 1838 to the Pacific, he visited the stations already established by him, as well as several fresh groups . He went as far west as the New
See also:Hebrides, and, while visiting Eromanga, one of the
See also:group, for the first
See also:time, was murdered by cannibal natives on the loth of
See also:November 1839 . His Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South
See also:Sea Islands was published in 1837, and formed an important contribution to our knowledge of the islands with which the author was acquainted . See Memoir of
See also:John Williams, by Ebenezer Prout (
See also:London, 1843); C . S .
See also:Horne, The
See also:Story of the L.M.S., pp .
JOHN WILLIAMS (1582-1650)
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