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The last journals of Bishop Hannington

being narratives of a journey through Palestine in 1884 and a journey through Masai-land and U-Soga in 1885

by Hannington, James Bishop

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Published by Seeley in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Masai (African people),
  • Palestine -- Description and travel,
  • Africa, East -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Statemented by E. C. Dawson, with illustrations from the Bishop"s sketches.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination239 p. ;
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13575443M
    OCLC/WorldCa3592921

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The last journals of Bishop Hannington: being narratives of a journey through Palestine in and a journey through Masai-Land and U-Soga in / edited by E.C. Dawson Hannington, James, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 8 libraries. The Diary Review - The bishop in Buganda. DIARY DATES, CONTENT DESCRIPTORS ___ religious childhood Uganda Palestine.

WEB TEXT LINKS good quotes etext a bit about. ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT LINKS. SOME PUBLISHED TITLES The Last Journals of Bishop Hannington James Hannington. MayJuneApril   Hannington appears to have kept a journal, and, remarkably, his last pocket diary was saved by a native Ugandan, and sold to a later expedition.

It found its way back to Britain where it was edited by Rev E. Dawson and published by the CMS in as The Last Journals of Bishop Hannington being narratives of A Journey through Palestine in.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of E C Dawson books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Last Journals of Bishop Hannington: Being Narratives of a Journey throughPalestine in and a Journey through Masai-Land and U-Soga in Edwin C.

Dawson () Lion-Hearted: The Story of Bishop Hannington’s Life Told for Boys and Girls. Feeling home sick, they left Kenya, flew to Amsterdam and were back in Chicago on This book is about medical missions.

Some other books of interest are: (1) Travel, Researches and Missionary Labours, Johann Krapf () (2) Last journals of James Hannington, Bishop Hannington () (3) Then and Now in Kenya Colony, Hotchkiss 5/5(2).

Quarto ( x mm), pp.[4 (Borges’ works, colophon, verso blank)], [2 (final blank l.)]. Title printed in brown and black, colour-printed frontispiece after Basaldua. (A few light marks, light offsetting from frontispiece onto title.) Original printed and laminated wrappers, colour-printed endpapers with design after Basaldua.

(Spine slightly faded, edges slightly rubbed, small chip. First edition. The Marsh Arabs was Thesiger’s second book, published some five years after Arabian Sands, and is based upon his experiences in the s, when he lived amongst the Marsh Arabs of Iraq for seven years: ‘[w]hereas journeys were the theme of Arabian Sands, The Marsh Arabs described a settled communal life.

“Although I was almost continuously on the move,” Thesiger wrote. The Last Journals, and another book written by Dawson about Hannington, were very popular, and must have helped establish Hannington’s reputation as a missionary hero.

Incidentally, without Hannington’s journal there would have been no record of what happened to him and his expedition. His Last Journals were edited in See also Life by E.

Dawson (); and W. Berry, Bishop Hannington (). Full text of "Bishop Hannington and the story of the Uganda mission" See other formats. The last journals of Bishop Hannington, being narratives of a journey through Palestine in and a journey through Masai-land and U-Soga in(London, Seeley, ), by James Hannington (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).

According to the Church Missionary Intelligencer (CMI) of Julywhich quoted the last journals of Bishop Hannington basing on the first hand witness account given by Ikutu, Hannington’s.

Journals, photographs, textbooks, travel books, blueprints, and diagrams are also often considered nonfictional. The main mission of nonfiction is not only to introduce to the reader one or the other story but also give the accurate data and depict the actual facts in detail.

cm x cm. Frontispiece, VIII, pages. Fold-out map at rear of "Eastern Central Africa". Hardcover [publisher's original brown cloth] with gilt lettering and blind tooling on spine and front board. Gilt design on front board.

Deckled edges. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Tissue guard shows foxing. Interior is bright and clean.

Includes, for example, the. For publishing purposes, I created a database of hundreds of missionary biographies. Here are links to the of them that are available for free online. Several websites assisted in the creation of this list, especially the Internet Archive,and Wholesome Words.

NORTH AMERICA The Parish of the Pines by Thomas D. Whittles (?). furnishes the most accessible account of the last days of Hannington's life. The same author 'The Last Journals of Bishop Hannington' appeared in See also the contemporary files of the 'Church Missionary Intelligencer'.

UGANDA JOURNAL. 27 On his last journey Hannington kept two diaries; in the one he noted only.The delightful drawings in the book are the Bishop's photograph shows both this volume and the other being the Last Journals of Bishop Hannington, edited by Mr Dawson.

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