Author:Arthur Evans Moule

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Arthur Evans Moule
(1836–1918)
An English Protestant missionary who served in China from 1861 to 1910. He was notable organizer of movement against opium trafficking among fellow expats in China. In Chinese he published tracts, sermons, a commentary on the Thirty-nine Articles, "A Letter to the Scholars of China," etc., and in English, see incomplete listing below. — Excerpted from Arthur Evans Moule on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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