THE CAMBRIDGE SEVEN

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THE CAMBRIDGE SEVEN

The Cambridge Seven were six students from Cambridge University and one from the Royal Military Academy, who in 1885, decided to become missionaries in China. The seven were: Charles Thomas Studd, Montagu Harry Proctor Beauchamp, Stanley P. Smith, Arthur T. Polhill-Turner, Dixon Edward Hoste, Cecil H. Polhill-Turner and William Wharton Cassels. Queen Victoria was pleased to receive their booklet containing The Cambridge Seven’s testimonies.

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