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In Uganda for Christ

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In Uganda for Christ

by R.D.Pierpoint

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  • Hardcover
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London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1898. The life story of the Rev.John Samuel Callis BA of the Church Missionary Society. For three years Curate of All Saints, Woolwich; sailed from England as one of the Uganda Party, Sept. 3rd 1896; arrived at his station at Toro, Central Africa, March 13th, died of a fever April 24th 1897. viii, 196pp with black and white plates. Some nominal light foxing and lacking front end paper otherwise very good.. Cloth, Hardcover. Good Plus. 200x140mm.

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Bookseller
Wadard Books PBFA GB (GB)
Bookseller Inventory #
20671sC4
Title
In Uganda for Christ
Author
R.D.Pierpoint
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Good Plus
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Hodder & Stoughton
Place of Publication
London
Date published
1898
Keywords
Rev. John Callis 1870-1897
Size
200x140mm

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The shop of Wadard Books is located in a listed 17th century timber framed building in the historic Kentish village of Farningham. The business is named after Wadard, one of Farningham's Domesday landlords, a henchman of Bishop Odo and featured on the Bayeaux tapestry.

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