Title: The Colonial Church Chronicle, and ...
Publisher: Rivingtons, London
Publication Date: 1858
Book Condition: Good
Cloth hardcover, 6 x9, 478 clean pp., one signature pulled; two leaves in the book are loose and laid in, none missing. Twelve issues of this monthly, bound as one volume. This periodical was published from 1847 to 1874. An account of Anglican missions around the world. This volume has original articles, reveiws of books, and news from missionaries and mission stations. Included in this volume are: Indian Races in America; Church in Bermuda; Missions to China; American Mission to the Chippeways; British Columbia; Difficulties of a Missionary; Missions to Kafirs; Synod of Huron; Christianity in India; American Missionary's View of the India Mutiny; Island Missions in the East; Opening for the Gospel in Japan; Jerusalem Mission; Malays of Capetown; Missions and Bishopric of New Zealand; Excursions in Palestine; Quebec Synod; Singapore, and the Borneo Mission; Tasmania, and the Diocesan Synod; Mission in Texas; the Church in Trinidad; a reviews of Dr. Livingstone's Travels in South Africa; &c., &c. Bookseller Inventory # 371
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