Henry Reed, Australian Pan-Protestant Evangelical and Businessman
Henry Reed was a working class English immigrant who became one of Australia's wealthiest 19th century businessman through exceptional skills as landowner, grazier, importer, shipowner. Original financier of Booth and the Salvation Army, a Wesleyan evangelist with wider affiliations. A major supporter of Protestant domestic and foreign missions. A genuine friend to the poor.
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