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Thu Oct 16 17:51:51 2014 UTClccn-n790994390.06The great South Sea /0.630.94Communications from the London Missionary Society to the Missionary Society of Connecticut139544209n 79099439331583Congregational Council for World MissionCouncil for World MissionLMS.Missionary SocietyMissionary Society LondonMissionary Society (London, England)Société des missions de LondrescontainsVIAFID/138978645Congregational Council for World Missionlccn-n85807987Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Societylccn-n84189813Comaroff, Jeanlccn-n80137823Comaroff, John L.1945-lccn-no2003021376Elbourne, Elizabethlccn-n86135925Tyerman, Daniel1773-1828lccn-n50053342Smith, John1792?-1824lccn-n00087403Bennet, George1776-lccn-n97010926Hiney, Tom1970-lccn-n85250776Wilson, James1759 or 1760-1814lccn-n79018579Livingstone, David1813-1873London Missionary SocietyHistorySermonsTrials, litigation, etcChurch historyPeriodicalsJuvenile worksBiographySourcesLondon Missionary SocietyMissionsSouth AfricaWesleyan Methodist Missionary SocietyTswana (African people)--MissionsTswana (African people)TravelOceaniaAfricaPolynesiaMissions, EnglishMissions, BritishSouth Africa--Cape of Good HopeKhoikhoi (African people)Political scienceGuyanaSmith, John,Great BritainLivingstone, David,Bennet, George,Tyerman, Daniel,AsiaBotswanaReligionSlave insurrectionsChinaManners and customsNgwato (African people)--MissionsAustraliaIndiaMissionariesProtestant churches--MissionsHimalaya Mountains RegionWomen in missionary workChina Inland MissionSlaveryImperialismEthnologyRussia (Federation)--SelenginskKhoikhoi (African people)--MissionsWilliams, John,ColoniesVoyages and travelsExplorersSierra LeoneAfrica, SouthernCongregationalismChristian lifeChristian unionMissions--Societies, etc176417741795179617971798179918001801180218031804180518061807180818091810181118121813181418151816181718181819182018211822182318241825182618271828182918301831183218331834183518361837183818391840184118421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142323227843817919.04DU20ocn216226086ocn237051088ocn647355972ocn029301645ocn866278240ocn866111401ocn227728919ocn227728926ocn865805022ocn46107025759432ocn000019321book18240.86London Missionary SocietyReport of the proceedings against the late Rev. J. Smith, of Demerara ... who was tried under martial law, and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding and assisting in a rebellion of the Negro slaves; from a full and correct copy ... including the documentary evidence omitted in the Parliamentary copyHistoryTrials, litigation, etc+-+615066283532430314ocn021841157book17990.86London Missionary SocietyA missionary voyage to the southern Pacific ocean, performed in the years 1796, 1797, 1798, in the ship Duff, commanded by Captain James WilsonHistorySources2748ocn000185952book19660.74London Missionary SocietyA missionary voyage to the southern Pacific Ocean, 1796-179821112ocn000847088book18310.77Tyerman, DanielJournal of voyages and travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet, esq., deputed from the London missionary society, to visit their various stations in the South sea islands, China, India, &c. between the years 1821 and 182920716ocn015457913book18130.92Smith, WilliamJournal of a voyage in the missionary ship Duff to the Pacific Ocean in the years 1796, 7, 8, 9, 1800, 1, 2, &c.Church historySources1852ocn043798379book20000.74The London Missionary Society in Southern Africa, 1799-1999 : historical essays in celebration of the bicentenary of the LMS in Southern AfricaHistoryChurch history+-+K4986967351655ocn511024971file17970.82Sermons, preached in London, at the formation of the Missionary Society, September 22, 23, 24, 1795. To which are prefixed, memorials, respecting the establishment and first attempts of that society. [Seven lines from Isaiah] By order of the directors. Published for the benefit of the societySermons1553ocn001293541book19570.70Smith, Edwin WilliamGreat Lion of Bechuanaland; the life and times of Roger Price, missionaryStory of Roger Price, a missionary to southern Africa and a contemporary of Livingstone and Moffat1381ocn002825543book18610.74Turner, GeorgeNineteen years in Polynesia : missionary life, travels, and researches in the islands of the PacificReisebeschreibung, Australien, 19. Jahrhundert1313ocn065256682file18240.88Great BritainSubstance of the debate in the House of Commons on ... the 1st and on ... the 11th of June, 1824, on a motion of Henry Brougham, Esq. respecting the trial and condemnation to death by a court martial of the Rev. John SmithHistory1276ocn003980958book18760.74Murray, A. WForty years' mission work in Polynesia and New Guinea, from 1835 to 18751186ocn015454416book18030.94London Missionary SocietyCommunications from the London Missionary Society to the Missionary Society of Connecticut1177ocn015443361book18020.94Mason, John MMessiah's throne a sermon, preached before the London Missionary Society, at their eighth annual meeting, in Tottenham-court chapel, on the evening of Thursday, the 13th of May, 1802Sermons11515ocn009088142file0.56The juvenile missionary magazineJuvenile worksPeriodicals791ocn009676075book18630.70Murray, A. WMissions in western Polynesia: being historical sketches of these missions, from their commencement in 1839 to the present time771ocn001472909book19570.06Pilkington, RogerThe great South SeaHistoryJuvenile works761ocn001359377book19130.84Dauncey, H. MPapuan pictures755ocn007363225book19010.82BrysōnCross and crown : stories of the Chinese martyrsHistoryBiography674ocn009260536book18940.74Horne, C. SilvesterThe story of the L.M.S., 1795-1895History651ocn004371126book19650.92Jamieson, GladysZambia contrasts : a page in the story of Christian education in Zambia19179ocn047011903file19910.50Comaroff, JeanOf revelation and revolutionHistoryOf Revelation and Revolution is at once a highly imaginative, richly detailed history of colonialism, Christianity, and consciousness in South Africa, and a theoretically challenging consideration of the most difficult questions posed by the nature of social experience. Although primarily concerned with the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Of Revelation and Revolution also looks forward to the age of apartheid and beyond. Of Revelation and Revolution is a study of the colonization of consciousness and the consciousness of colonization in South Africa. It traces the processes by which Non-conformist Christian missionaries, among the earliest foot soldiers of British colonialism, sought to change the hearts and minds, the signs and practices, of the Southern Tswana. As such, it is a historical anthropology of cultural confrontation--of domination and reaction, struggle and innovation. Its chronological span is approximately a century, between 1820 and 1920, although it is not written according to the strict demands of chronology. But it also casts its eye forward to the present, toward both everyday resistance and historical consciousness in apartheid South Africa. Similarly, while it focuses on a particular people--those made, in the nineteenth century, into an ethnic group called "the" Tswana--its compass extends to the predicament of black South Africans at large+-+779966177510436ocn368137638file19970.39Comaroff, John LOf revelation and revolutionHistory+-+49996617759388ocn181843865file20020.53Elbourne, ElizabethBlood ground colonialism, missions, and the contest for Christianity in the Cape Colony and Britain, 1799-1853History"Elbourne shows that while the Khoekhoe used Christianity as a tool to combat aspects of colonialism, throughout the nineteenth century there were broad shifts in the relationship of missions to colonialism as the British missionary movement became less internationalist, more respectable, and more emblematic of the British imperial project. She argues that it is symptomatic of the ambiguities of this relationship that many Christian Khoekhoe ultimately rebelled against the South African colony. Across the white settler empire missionaries brokered bargains - rights in exchange for cultural change, for example - that brought Aboriginal peoples within the aegis of empire but, ultimately, were only partially and ambiguously fulfilled."--BOOK JACKET+-+34777082255093ocn044090532book20000.26Hiney, TomOn the missionary trail : a journey through Polynesia, Asia, and Africa with the London Missionary SocietyHistory"One of the central tenets of the Christian faith is the commandment to spread the word. The London Missionary Society, founded in 1792, sent families to postings as far-flung as the Kalihari desert, Tahiti, and Canton to spread the gospel. But in an era when mail could take over a year to arrive, the LMS had little way of knowing how effective its efforts were. In 1821 the LMS deputized George Bennet and Daniel Tyerman to travel the world, to visit its stations and report on their progress. On the Missionary Trail is an extraordinary account of this expedition."--BOOK JACKET+-+48738662355052ocn000671392book19610.56Livingstone, DavidLivingstone's missionary correspondence, 1841-1856Records and correspondence3563ocn031436171book19950.74Landau, Paul StuartThe realm of the Word : language, gender, and Christianity in a Southern African kingdomChurch history3425ocn051342405book20030.70Johnston, AnnaMissionary writing and empire, 1800-1860HistoryJohnston analyses missionary writing under the aegis of the British Empire and argues that missionaries occupied ambiguous positions in colonial cultures, caught between religous and imperial interests+-+84417367053385ocn051984837book20030.59Semple, Rhonda AnneMissionary women : gender, professionalism, and the Victorian idea of Christian missionHistoryThis is the first comprehensive study of the role of gender in British Protestant missionary expansion into China and India during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Focusing on the experiences of wives and daughters, female missionaries, educators and medical staff associated with the London Missionary Society, the China Inland Mission and the various Scottish Presbyterian Mission Societies, it compares and contrasts gender relations within different British Protestant missions in cross-cultural settings+-+786583893626120ocn005070946book18990.77Lovett, RichardThe history of the London Missionary Society, 1795-1895History2602ocn010824601book19850.77Bawden, Charles RShamans, lamas, and evangelicals : the English missionaries in SiberiaHistoryChurch history2502ocn000526132book19360.70Wright, Louis BPuritans in the South seas2335ocn004316094book19540.63Goodall, NormanA history of the London Missionary Society, 1895-1945History21013ocn000512288book18370.74Williams, JohnA narrative of missionary enterprises in the South sea islandsHistoryChurch historyBiography"Based on John Williams' meticulous documentation of his travels, this 1837 volume offers an insight into the perilous life of a missionary in the early nineteenth century. The author, an ironmonger by trade, set sail for the South Sea Islands in 1817 with the intention of spreading the gospel and introducing modern technology to the region. As well as recounting the frequent threats to his safety from angry natives, war, natural disaster and disease, Williams provides detailed surveys of the peoples, languages and natural environment he encountered and describes with great exuberance and humour 'the impression made upon barbarous people by their first intercourse with civilised man'."--From back cover1817ocn062834488file17980.82The Path to happiness, explored and illustrated1809ocn510948087file17960.82Rippon, JohnAn account of the London Missionary Society extracted from Dr. Rippon's Baptist annual register. To which is added, the state of religion at Sierra Leone, in Africa. From numbers 10 and 11 of the Register. With an evangelical hymn, composed in the Bengal language, 1788. By Ram Ram Boshoo, a Hindoo munsheeHistory1421ocn748369983book20110.84King, David ShawFood for the flames : idols and missionaries in central Polynesia+-+91672825461343ocn042913467book20000.30Hiney, TomOn the missionary trail : the classic Georgian adventure of two Englishmen, sent on a journey around the world, 1821-29History+-+85621665253241221ocn018745261book19890.63Bonk, JonThe theory and practice of missionary identification, 1860-1920History1206ocn021081930book19890.88Kooiman, DickConversion and social equality in India : the London Missionary Society in south Travancore in the 19th centuryHistory"Analyses the confrontation between Evangelical missionaries from Victorian England and low caste communities in the Hindu social order, in the social setting of Travancore, an Indian native state tucked away in the South-west corner of the Indian peninsula. However, the problems like social stratifcation and cultural change dealt with by the author in the book concern a much wider field than Travancore or India along."--Dust jacket flap1132ocn083409211file17950.74Sermons, preached in London, at the formation of the Missionary Society, September 22, 23, 24, 1795 to which are prefixed, memorials respecting the establishment and first attempts of that society. By order of the directors.Sermons+-+K498696735+-+K498696735Thu Oct 16 15:47:23 EDT 2014batch82057