2 edition of Two missionary visits to Ijebu Country 1892 found in the catalog.
Two missionary visits to Ijebu Country 1892
|Statement||by the Rev. J. Johnson... and The establishment of the Wesleyan mission in Ijebu-Remo, from the diary (Dec. 1892-1893) of the Rev. H.J. Ellis.|
|Series||Documents of Nigerian church history -- 1|
|Contributions||Ellis, H. J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||86|
During his visit, Brother Knorr arranged for a search to be made for a larger missionary home, as more help was to arrive. During the following two years, Charles and Lora Lea Palmer, Woodrow (“Woody”) Blackburn, Donald H. Burt, William Eugene Call, and Franklin and Emily Hardin, all graduates of the Gilead School, joined the missionary family. Great deals on Illustrated Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items!
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Get this from a library. Two missionary visits to Ijẹbu country, Report on a missionary tour through a portion of Ijẹbu-Rẹmọ, made between 3rd and 29th August [James Johnson; H J Ellis].
British-Ijebu War of (Battle Of Imagbon) The final battle by which Ijebu fell took place on 19 May at the village of Imagbon. This short war claimed the lives of up to a thousand Ijebu. — Two Missionary Visits to Ijebu Country, (Ibadan: Day Star Press).
EPEGA, D. — Iwe Itan Ijebu ati Awon Ilu Miran (A History of Ijebu. This bloody war is known in history as the Battle of Imagbon, British-Ijebu war and Ijebu Expedition. The British troops were awarded The East & West Africa Medal with Clasp dated ‘’.
Today, one of these medals can be found in Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. Ijebu kingdom was later annexed to the colony of southern Nigeria. The British-Ijebu war of (The battle of Imagbon) Inthe Ijebu tribe, dwelling between 50 and 60 miles north-east of Lagos on the Magbon river, set a blockade on the trade route from the interior into Lagos, which was a crown colony, and charged customs dues which served as their income.
The Ijebu, a Yoruba-speaking tribe, did not want foreigners to cross the tribal territory. In the Egirin market a few miles west of Epe on Lagos Lagoon had been closed by the Awujale, ruler of the Ijebu, cutting off the Lagos people from a source of up-country goods and commodities.
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14 See “ Description of a Slave [Joseph Wright of Aku] ” in Beecham, John, Ashantee and the Gold Coast (London, ), –58; Irving, Edward, “ The Ijebu Country,” Church Missionary Intelligencer 7 (), 69; Tucker, Sarah, Abbeokuta or Sunrise within the Tropics (London, ), 17; CMS, CA2/, Daniel Olubi, journal for ; and.
The Ijebu of Yorubaland, () Two missionary visits to Ijẹbu country () Moremi () Books about Nigeria () A Thousand years of West African history () Lectures on Nigerian prehistory and archaeology () Africa.
Free Online Library: Politics in colonial Ijebu, the role and challenge of the educated elite (1). by "Canadian Journal of History"; Regional focus/area studies British imperialism Influence Elitism Nigerians Educational aspects Social aspects.
the Ijebu war of which broke out following the refusal of the Awujah- Chief of Ijebu Ode (the capital of Ijebu Kingdom)- to lift the blockade of the trade route from the interior into Lagos (a crown colony by this period); and the Aniocha war fought as part of Ekumeku.
James Hudson Taylor (Chinese: 戴德生; pinyin: dài dé shēng; 21 May – 3 June ) was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission (CIM, now OMF International).Taylor spent 51 years in China.
The society that he began was responsible for bringing over missionaries to the country who began schools and directly resulted in 18, However, the gates of Ijebuland were flung opened to Christianity inas a direct result of the British conquest of the Ijebu army in that year.
Consequently, the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S.) successfully planted a church at Italupe, Ijebu-Ode, later called St. Saviour’s (Ang.). James Johnston ( – November ) was a British missionary, early photographer, doctor and explorer.
He created his own mission at Brown's Town in Jamaica. He took six Jamaicans to help him on his journey across central Africa from west to east to cross the continent and rediscover David Livingstone's mission.
Johnston's book and photographs record the journey and his observations on. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. MA WEEKLY / OSU. Full text of " The Church Missionary Intelligencer".
Many passages in the Book of Mormon and the Doctrine and Covenants 2 described the world as a “field white already to harvest” (D&C ; ; ; ; ; etc.), and the faithful were assured that no joy would be greater than that which came as a result of successful missionary work.
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Early life and education. Thomas Valpy French was born on New Year's Day inin Abbey, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England, the son of Rev. Peter French and his wife, Penelope Arabella the daughter of the educationalist, Richard Valpy of Reading, ' father was vicar of Holy Trinity Church for forty-seven years, and he grew up in the house, which was once part of the.
4 The praise names (Oriki) of these Ibadan warriors indicate too well the attributes of a leader within the example, part of the Oriki of Balogun Ibikunle, the commander in chief of Ibadan's army in the s reads thus: Ibikunle. the Lord of his Quarters, The Warrior. as regular as the Muslim prayers.
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In a small British expedition was sent up to the Ijebu country to enforce order. The Jebus opposed the expedition, were defeated and submitted.
The Awujale resisted, but after much persuasion and pressure, the Awujale agreed in January on the terms of receiving £ annually as compensation for the loss of custom revenue.Selected Messages, book 2, pp.() God has sent warning after warning that our schools and publishing houses and sanitariums are to be established out of the city, in places where the youth may be taught most effectively what is truth.1 James A.
Toronto, “From Alpine to Aleppo: The Booth Journals as Chronicle and Catalyst of LDS Growth in the Middle East” (presented at Alice Louise Reynolds Lecture, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, April 3, ). 2 Toronto.
3 Joseph Wilford Booth, “Diaries and Poems, –,” October 6,MSSL. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B.