Marshman, John Clark, 1794-1877

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Birth 1794
Death 1877

Biographical notes:

1799 arrived in India; c 1811-1837 Serampore mission; 1818-1835 editor and co-founder, Suma char Durpan; 1818-1852 co-founder, the Friend of India; official Bengali translator to the government of India; chairman, Red Sea Telegraph Company; 1855 departed India; 1868 grant of the Star of India; chairman, committee of audit of the East India Railway.

Epithet: historian, journalist and missionary

British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001347.0x000148


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  • Nepal, Asia (as recorded)
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  • Assam, India (as recorded)
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  • India, Asia (as recorded)
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  • Japan, Asia (as recorded)
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  • Hyderabad State, India (as recorded)
  • North-East Frontier, India (as recorded)
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