Preface; 1. Carey's College; 2. The birth of England's foreign missions; 3. India as Carey found it; 4. Six years in North Bengal - missionary and indigo planter; 5. The new crusade - Serampore and the Brotherhood; 6. The first native converts and Christian schools; 7. Calcutta and the mission centres from Delhi to Amboyna; 8. Carey's family and friends; 9. Professor of Sanskrit, Bengali, and Marathi; 10. The Wiclif of the east - Bible translation; 11. What Carey did for literature and for humanity; 12. What Carey did for science - founder of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India; 13. Carey's immediate influence in Great Britain and America; 14. Carey as an educator - the first Christian college in the east; 15. Carey's last days; Appendix; Index.
A fascinating account of the life of William Carey, one of the nineteenth century's pioneers of Protestant mission in India.