Samuel Nott

Samuel Nott (11 September 1788 – 1 June 1869) was one of the pioneers of American foreign missions. He was one of the first five foreign missionaries under American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions to India, and established ''Bombay Mission'' station, the first Americans overseas mission station at Bombay, then-headquarters of Bombay Presidency.

He published several sermons and books, notably, ''Sixteen Years' Preaching and Procedure at Wareham'', ''Slavery and the Remedy'', and many more. Provided by Wikipedia
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