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Notes and narratives of thirty years missionary and ministerial labours in England and Wales.

John Williams

Notes and narratives of thirty years missionary and ministerial labours in England and Wales.

by John Williams

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Published by The author in Machynlleth .
Written in English


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Pagination144p.
Number of Pages144
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86 NOTES AND DOCUMENTS MAY the lives of the brothers from to , Mrs. Titus has donated a fragment of a Sioux grammar compiled by Samuel as well as a considerable portion of a Hebrew-Dakota lexicon. Almost thirty years ago the two original volumes of the Pond Dakota lexicon were deposited with the society. N ETHEL B. VIRTUE. Literature of Missionaries in the Nineteenth Century The writings produced by Christian missionaries of the nineteenth century are a vast and diverse body of texts made up of tracts, letters.

MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE AND INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF JOSEPH HYRUM PARRY. Written by Himself - Father- John Parry - Mother- Harriet Parry - Louisa- - Edwin- - Henry- -. My father, John Parry (57), born Febru at Newmarket, Flintshire North Wales, was an expert stone mason by trade. Zilpha Elaw (c. – ) was an African-American preacher and spiritual autobiographer. She has been cited as "one of the first outspoken black women in the United States." Mitzi Smith suggests that Elaw and other Black women of the time used Pauline biblical texts to develop their own "politics of origins".. Biography. Elaw was born in Pennsylvania, a free woman.

4/30/ Adding information about frequency of objectionable word. One word ruined this book for me - one word used eighty-one times. Nevil Shute published In the Wet in I try not to criticize or compare books based on social values or standards of today. /5(87). Jones, Aled, 'Culture,?race' and the Missionary Public in Mid-Victorian Wales', Journal of Victorian Culture () 10(2) pp RAE Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request.


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