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Original published in 1866 (Hawaii Edition)
After forty years of the American Christian mission to the Hawaiian Islands, some in Great Britain decided to establish a mission of the Church of England in conflict with the present American mission. William Ellis an English missionary who worked with the American mission in the Hawaiian Islands writes a brilliant and exposing defense of the American mission and appeal to honor the unity of the faith of Jesus.
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