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Article entitled "Missions to Seamen", Ipswich Journal, 1880.

…He had before him the report of their Scripture reader and missionary and from it appeared that the work he had accomplished had been very great. Mr. Pechell reported that he had visited 1,782 vessels during the year, and had addressed 16,811 men: he had held 137 Scripture readings, and Admiral Mason said he had heard reports from other persons stating that these readings produced great effects amongst those to whom they were directed. Mr. Pechell further reported the sale of 64 Bibles… [I]t must be a very satisfactory thing for them to see the work which had been carried on by their missionary, which was far beyond what he had imagined… Mr. Pechell told him that his work very much increased, as the desire was becoming greater to have the benefit of his advice and counsel.


Date1880
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