The Story of the New Zealand Mission With a Supplementary Chapter on the New Zealand C. M. Association by the Right Rev. C. O. Mules, D.D.

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Published by Church Missionary Society, London, 1913
Condition: Fair Soft cover
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One plate missing. 1/2" tears at head of spine. 1/2" missing at tail of spine. 1" chips to corners of front wrappers. Corners of some leaves rubbed, with some creasing, or slightly dog-eared. ; 77, (3) pages + 7 of 8 plates. Lacking the plate titled "An Early Mission Settlement: Paihia. Chief Tohitapu". Illustrated wrappers. Page dimensions: 182 x 128mm. Contents: Cannibal Islands; News for All People; The Two Brothers; A Tamed Race; The Colony and the Bishop; The Church: Built in Troublous Times; War, Apostacy, Fidelity; After the Flood; Two Calls to the Church; The New Zealand Church Missionary Association; Appendices. [Reference: Bagnall S1707]. This copy from the collection of William Vance (1901-1981) of Timaru, New Zealand, a historian and book collector. It is signed "W. Vance Timaru" on the title page. Vance is listed in C. R. H. Taylor's "Roll of Book Collectors in New Zealand" (1958): "This collection of about 2,000 volumes has been discerningly gathered, and the New Zealand section specialises in South Island material." ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 11196

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Title: The Story of the New Zealand Mission With a ...

Publisher: Church Missionary Society, London

Publication Date: 1913

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition:Fair

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Edition: First Edition.

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