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London and Calcutta compared in their heathenism, their privileges, and their prospects. London, J. Nisbet, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Mullens. London and Calcutta Compared in Their Heathenism, Their Privileges and Their Prospects: Showing the Great Claims of Foreign Missions upon the Christian Church (essay) John Philip Researches. 'A brief Review of Ten Years' Missionary Labour in India, between and ,' London, 'London and Calcutta compared in their Heathenism, their Privileges, and their Prospects,' 'Twelve Months in Madagascar,' ; 2nd edit. Mrs. Mullens wrote 'Faith and Victory: a Story of the Progress of Christianity in Bengal.'. College students in missionary work. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Missions; College students; Used for: College students -- Missionary activity; F.
London and Calcutta compared in their heathenism, their privileges, and their prospects: showing the great claims of foreign missions upon the Christian church. (London, J. Nisbet, ), by Joseph Mullens (page images at HathiTrust) Letters from Eden ; or, Reminiscences of missionary life in the East. London and Calcutta Compared in their Heathenism, their Privileges and their Prospects: Showing the Great Claims of Foreign Missions Upon the Christian Church Mullens Joseph, D.D. . Bishop Richard Chartres will present a survey in five acts of the history of London's faith communities, with a word about their prospects in the 21st century. Dr Richard Chartres Richard John Carew Chartres is the nd Lord Bishop of London, in office in November until Here you'll find maps of lost Victorian buildings, little-known musical history, subterranean London and many more. The book also includes a reprint of our popular Anglo-Saxon London map.
Lutyens and Rubinstein’s magical thinking was that a shop that exclusively sold the kind of books they and their friends love to read might actually fill a gap in the market. From the moment its Author: Literary Hub. The citizen of the world: or, letters from a Chinese philosopher, residing in London, to his friends in the East The review from reviewer Lien Chi Altangi is a Chinese visitor to England who tours the country and passes witty judgments on Englishmen and their mores which he sends back to Peking in the form of letters.5/5(1). Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, Volume 6 Number 2 (September ) ‘this in’t Good Will Hunting’: Londonstani and the market for London’s multicultural fictions James Graham Writing barely a month after the novel’s hardback launch, The Observer’s literary editor Robert McCrum declared Gautam Malkani’s debut novel Londonstani. The combined fortune of the ultra-wealthy has doubled since , and their property portfolio typically includes a £22m London home Published: 31 .