William Williams

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William Williams (Radical Politician)
... William Williams (February 12, 1788 – April 26, 1865), was a Welsh Radical politician ... Born in Llanpumsaint, Carmarthenshire, and having had only a basic education, Williams began working in a cotton warehouse in London and soon built up his ... As a result of a speech made by Williams on 10 March 1846, a government inquiry into the state of education in Wales was launched, culminating in the "Treachery of the Blue ...
William Williams - Characters
... "Clean Willy" Williams, fictional character in Michael Crichton's novel The Great Train Robbery William B ... Williams, played by John Candy, the babbling, chuckling sycophant sidekick to Sammy Maudlin on SCTV Williams Williams, in The Simpsons episode "Bart the Murderer ... Williams", the full name of "Big Billy" from the "Gangreen Gang" in The Powerpuff Girls ...
Henry Williams (missionary) - Missionary - The Translation of The Bible and Dictionary Making
... After 1826 William Williams became involved in the translation of the Bible and other Christian literature, with Henry Williams devoting more time to his efforts to establish CMS missions in the ... Robert Maunsell worked with William Williams on the translation of the Bible ... William Williams concentrated on the New Testament Maunsell worked on the Old Testament, portions of which were published in 1827, 1833 and 1840 with the full translation completed in ...
Church Mission Society - New Zealand Church Missionary Society
... Thomas Kendall, and William Hall were directed, in 1814, to proceed to the Bay of Islands, in the Active, a vessel purchased by Marsden for the service of the Mission, there to re-open communication with ... William Puckey came to assist in putting up the buildings Kerikeri ... Henry Williams and his wife Marianne and William Fairburn ...
William Williams (bishop) - Paihia Mission and The Translation of The Bible Into Māori
... On his arrival in Paihia William became a teacher of the boys in the school for the children of the CMS families ... William had a talent for the study of the Māori language and worked with his brother Henry on translating the Bible into Māori ... After 1826 William took over responsibility for leading the CMS missionaries in further translation of the Bible and other Christian literature ...

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