The New International Encyclopædia/Mühleisen-Arnold, John

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The New International Encyclopædia
Mühleisen-Arnold, John
Edition of 1905. See also the disclaimer.

MÜHLEISEN-ARNOLD, mụl'ī-zen är'nold, John (1817-81). An English clergyman, missionary, and author, born at Zell (Württemberg). He was educated in Germany, and after his removal to England was successively missionary of the Church Missionary Society in India and Abyssinia, chaplain to the Bishop of Gibraltar, and chaplain to Saint Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London (1852-61). In 1850 he founded the Moslem Mission Society in England. He was chaplain of East Ham, Essex, from 1861 to 1865, consular chaplain at Batavia, Java, from 1865 to 1871, and rector of Saint Mary's Church, Papendorf, Cape Town, South Africa, from 1876 until his death. His publications include: Ishmael: or, A Natural History of Islamism (1859); English Biblical Criticism, and the Authorship of the Pentateuch, from a German Point of View (2d ed. 1864); and Genesis and Science, or, The First Leaves of the Bible (2d ed. 1875).