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    INTRODUCTION

    Chapter 1. ROOTS OF THE MESSAGE AND MISSION OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS

    Nineteenth Century Religious Changes in the United States of America
    Miller and the Millerites
    Emergence of Sabbatarian Adventists
    Early Organization of Seventh-day Adventists
    Seventh-day Adventist Corpus of Belief

    Chapter 2. A DEVELOPING CONCEPT OF WORLD MISSION 1844-1874

    Working for Millerite Adventists 1844-1849
    Mission to Non-Millerites 1850-1863
    Eyes on the World 1863-1874
    Focusing on the Old World
    The Need for Persuasion

    Chapter 3. LAUNCHING THE BRITISH MISSION 1874-1878

    Early British Interests in Sabbatarian Adventists
    Importance of Britain
    Plans For Britain
    John Nevins Andrews and Britain 1874-1878
    Pressure on the Leadership
    Developing Plans for a British Mission
    Opening the Mission

    Chapter 4. THE FIRST YEAR OF THE BRITISH MISSION

    Establishing a Mission Headquarters
    Distribution of Church Publications in Britain
    Correspondence
    Missionary Work on Ships
    Public Meeting Evangelism
    Additional Workers
    Tent Evangelism
    Seventh-day Sabbath Meetings
    First Year Results

    Chapter 5. EXPANDING THE MISSION IN AND FROM SOUTHAMPTON 1880-1881

    First Official Mission Congregation and Membership
    Evangelism Through Literature
    Ship Missionary Work
    Public Meetings and Visitation
    Loughborough�s Report to the Leadership

    Chapter 6. BRANCHING INTO NORTH ENGLAND 1882-1883

    New British Mission Workers: G. Drew, A. John, and, J. Thayer
    Work in the North of England
    Final Work from Southampton
    Lay Literature and Public Evangelism
    Visiting Scattered Interests
    Stephen N. Haskell, Britain and Europe
    The End of an Era

    Chapter 7. TWO YEARS OF CHANGE 1884-1885

    New Workers: M. C. Wilcox and J. H. Durland
    Launching the Present Truth
    Evangelizing in the South West of England
    Evangelizing in the North of England
    More New Workers: S. H. Lane and R. F. Andrews
    Experimenting in Wales and Ireland
    New Work in the West Country and Central England

    Chapter 8. ELLEN WHITE AND THE BRITISH MISSION 1885

    The Trauma of the Invitation
    First Visit to England
    The Third European Council of Seventh-day Adventist Missions

    Chapter 9. A SCATTERED WORK 1886-1887

    Care of the Established Churches
    Evangelizing Scattered Interests
            Bardney
            The West Country
            Scotland
            Kettering
            Rushden
            Rothwell
            Aberystwith, Wales
            Keynsham, Bristol
            Ireland, Lane Visit
            North England
            Ireland, Durland Visit
            East Dereham, Norfolk
            Wellingborough
            Marlborough
    Publishing and Printing
            Colporteur Work
            Training
            Canvassing on Land
            Ship Missionary Work
            The Depository
            Missionary and Tract Society
            Publishing

    Chapter 10. ELLEN WHITE AND THE BRITISH MISSION 1886-1887

    In Central Europe and Scandinavia
    Plans for Work in England
    Fourth European Council of Seventh-day Adventist Missions
    Back in Continental Europe
    Fifth European Council of Seventh-day Adventist Missions
    Third Visit in England
    Departure and Home

    Chapter 11. METHODS OF LABOR AND THEIR RESULTS

    The Difficulty of Being American
    The Need for Good Planning of the Work
    Variety of Approaches
    The Problems of Class Distinction
    Seventh-day Sabbath Observance
    Members of the British Mission Church

    Chapter 12. A MATTER OF FINANCE

    Insufficient Financing for the Mission
    Finances of the Church at 1887

    Chapter 13. BRITISH MISSION: SUCCESS OR FAILURE

    Membership and Congregations
    Ellen White�s Views
    Haskell�s Views
    Resolving Differences of Opinion

    APPENDICES

    1. Fundamental Beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists in 1990
    2. Fundamental Principles of Seventh-day Adventists in 1872
    3. Ellen G. White Counsel on Open-Air Meetings
    4. Ellen G. White Letter to William and Jenny Ings
    5. Ellen G. White Letter to S. N. Haskell
    6. Ellen G. White Letter to Dores A. Robinson and Charles A Boyd
    7. Ellen G. White Letter to Charles L. Boyd and Maud Sisley Boyd
    8. Ellen G. White Letter to the Church at Kettering, England
    9. Ellen G. White Letter to John H. Durland and Adelbert Allen John
    10. Ellen G. White Letter to Stephen Nelson Haskell

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