The Night of Toil; or, A Familiar Account of the Labors of the First Missionaries in the South Sea Islands.

[Mortimer, Mrs. F.L.].

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Missing frontis, good. Cloth 16mo. Abridged from the 1838 London Ed. History of the first 50 years of British missions in Tahiti. O'Reilly, p.673. Cover rubbed, unfaded gilt spine starting to separate from boards, foxing to most pages, overall good. 236+2pp. [ca. > Language: English | > Size: 16mo | > Media/Binding: Hardcover |. Bookseller Inventory # CORV-BBP-04765

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Title: The Night of Toil; or, A Familiar Account of...
Publisher: American Tract Soc., New York.
Binding: Hardcover
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Book Description American Treaty Society. Condition: Good. No date(c.1850). lightly foxed, light spine edge wear, lightly soiled cover edges. Seller Inventory # 24218

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Book Description American Tract Society, New York, 1850. Early American edition. History of the first 50 years of British missions in Tahiti. O'Reilly, p.673. 16mo, 236pp, +2 pages (advertisements). Abridged from the 1838 London Ed. Beautiful aqua colored covers, gold gilt title and decoration on spine and blind decorations on front and back boards. Past owner has made a number of pencil markings under passages that have either delighted or offended the reader. This is not distracting and indeed interesting as to what a person of the time thought of Tahitian society. Seller Inventory # 15998

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