Lovedale. South Africa.


This book is dedicated to the organisation and work carried out at the Lovedale Missionary Institution,established by Dr. James Stewart in Cape Province South Africa in 1841.It explains,with the help of illustrations,the vast teaching work,not only religious,but also accademic,and medical.Set out in 10 chapters,points studied are,its history,aims and methods,records of the past,and results.benefactors,of Lovedale,other institutions on the same lines,other views-lay and missionary,the one hope of Africa.This is a very important work,on the studies of the Missionaries.

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H/b in the original boards,sound and clean but very much affected with insect damage, slight wear to corners,and ends of spine slightly bruised. no d/w.Size 11 x 9 pp 8+110,inc,the first 56 pages is of descriptive text,with small illustrations,The rest of the vol. is of fifty views from photographs each with its own individual descriptive text.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm,some heavy foxing to end papers,with some staining to prelims.some fingermarks here and there.a signature with thanks to half-tittle page.Otherwise reasonably clean and bright throughout.


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