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Carey, William,

1761–1834, English Baptist missionary and Orientalist, one of the first Protestant missionaries to India. He helped found the Baptist Missionary Society in 1792 and shortly thereafter went to India. Carey did most of the work in publishing the Bible in many Indian vernaculars. He wrote grammars of the vernaculars and several dictionaries. He became a professor of Sanskrit at Fort William College, Calcutta (now Kolkata).

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See biographies by S. P. Carey (8th ed. rev. 1934) and W. B. Davis (1963).

Carey, William

Philip’s penny-pinching, smugly religious uncle. [Br. Lit.: Magill I, 670–672]
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