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|J. Hudson Taylor, founder of the China Inland Mission.Samuel Dyer was a British Protestant missionary to China in the Congregationalist tradition, who worked among the Chinese in Malaysia. He arrived in Penang in 1827. Dyer, his wife Maria, and their family lived in Malacca and then finally in Singapore. He was known as a typographer for creating a steel typeface of Chinese characters for printing to replace traditional wood blocks. His daughter, Maria married|
- Letters of Rev. Samuel Dyer to his children (Ed. By Evan Davies) (1847)
- Vocabulary of the Hokkien Dialect (1838)
- A Selection of Three Thousand Characters Being the Most Important in the Chinese Language for the Purpose of Facilitating the Cutting of Punches and Casting Metal type in Chinese (1834)
- Aesop's Fables in Hokkien, (1843)
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