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• '^. — Among the Menabe, Bevd. (J. Herbert Smith. 

•■J. — Armstronfj, E. S., " The Melano^ian Mission ". 

vJ. 14. — Athabasca, Preface by Bishop of. " In joiirneyings ofi ". 

B. 3. — Attila and his C'onquerors, Mrs. Unndle Charles. 

Pamphlet 12. — Auckland.Bisbop of, "Work o'' the Church among the Maories 

of Now Zealand since ISG'J " 
A. 12. — Angustin and hia Companions, Rt. Rev. G- F. Browne, D. \). 



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A. '-'». • — nnrnil.y, Rev. .1., B. D , " Oropory U.,- firrnt. " 
n .». — Hiiirow", Rf'v. A. H.. M. A., ' Fifty yi«nr» in Western Airica." 

C. <i. —Barnes, Frenc II. ' Between lifi- iintl*<leftth ". 

C 1-2. — Biimfs. Innr H.. " BfliinilitliejPiirdah,". 

C. 17. Barnes, Irene H., " Behind the iirent V/all " 

C. in. — BRiini; (lonM, Edith M. E., ".With onenccord " 

A. 13 — Barr> Rt Rev. A., D. I)., " EnK'i.mdV Miwion to India". 

B. 4'J. — Bat( helor. Rev. John, " .Sen-girt Yezo. " 

B l'.». — Batly Beiitrico, " Forty-two yeivfH amongst the Indians and 

E,'*kinio ". 
A. '10. — Bnynes Herbert, " Evolution ol ReliKiouslthouKhlJin Modem 

" India ". 
— Bechnnna of Sonth'Africa, The, Win. Crisp. B. D. 
—Behind the Pardah, Irene H. Barnes. 
—Behind the Great Wall, Irene H. Barnes. 
— Bfcnham, Marian S., " Henry : Callaway , Ist Bishoi. of 
KafTrariR. " 

— Between life and death, Irene H. Barnes. 
— Bi.shoplCrowther's experiences in West Africa. Bishop Crow- 

thcr. 
—Black and White Mission Stories, H. A. Forde. 
— Blachctt, Herbert Field, M. A., "Two years in an Indian 

Mission ". 
— Bo<ldy,Rev. Alex. A.,F. R. G.S., '• Christ in His Holy Land." 

— Bon-.pas, Rt. liov. W. C, ' Diocese of Mackenzie River. " 
— Bonstield, H. B., 1). D., Bishop of Pretoria, " Six years in the 

Transvaal ". 
B. 1. —Brett, Rev. W. H., B. D., " Mission Work in the Forests of 

(iuiana ". 
— Brow n.Rt- Rev. O. F., D D., " Augustin and his Companions" 
—Brown, Rt. Rev. G. F., D. D., " The Church in these Islands. 

before Augustin ". 
— Brown R. C. Lundin, " Klatsassan ". 
—Brown, Wm. Henry and Arthur John Maclean, " ThelCatho- 

iicos and his people ". 
— Buckland, Revd. A. R., '"John Horden Missionary Bishop "• 
— Burton Maria S. B., Deaconess, " Happy days and Happy 
work in Basutoland ". 
j^^ 29. — By-l'aths of English Church History, Rev. Charles Hole, 

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— «"iil(lfcoH, A , " The Chim^h in the Wot Indiet." 
-Culliiwny. Henry, First Bishoitof KafTrHria, Maria H. Benhnm. 
— Cantrrlmry'it, ArclilMnhop of, Mimiun to tin- AMyrinn Christ- 
innn, AtlieUtnii Riloy. 

— Ciiri'v, Will., .I(»hn Bruwn Myers. 

— Ca:h<>lic«iM oi ili(> Enrtt aikI bis poople. W. H.Brown and 
Artliiir .John Maclean. 

— Celtic Chnrch in Scotland. John Dowden, 1>,D., Bishop of 

Edinburgh. 
— ('ha<lwirl< \V. K., .M. A., " The First Chnrch Workern." 
— ( 'hatterton, Kyre, "Fifty yeuw mis-ion work in Cliotft 

NflKpur." 
— riiiiracterii-tion of Christ's Teichinj;. C. .1. Vaiighan, D. D. 
— ChailM, Mru. Rundle, " Martyrs and Saints of the first twelve 

centuries." 

— Charles, Mr,". Hundle, ' Karly Christian Missions of Ireland, 
Scotland and England." 

—Charles, Mrs. Riindlo, " .\ttila ami his Continerors." 
—Charles, Mrs. Rimil!' ."lirce Martyrs of the 19th. Century." 
— t;hildren in Bh..-, Fl<<..ence J. C<Klrington. 
— Clirist the Lijiht of the World. C. J. Vaiighan, D. D. 
—Christ's workers among all conditions of men, Mrs. T. R. 

Seddon. 
—Christ in His Holy Lawl, Rev. Alex. A. Boddy, F. R. G. S. 
— Christian Missions before the Reformation, Rev. F. Walrond, 

M.A. 
— Christian Missions of the Middle Ages, Rev. John Wyse. 
— Christabel Coleridge, " The Real Thing." 
— Church History in (^ueen Victoria's Reign, Rev. Montague 

Fowler, M. A. 
— Church in these Islands before Auguetin, The, Rt. Rev. G. F 

Browne, D. D. i 

—Church in the West Indies, The, A. Caldecott, B. F). 
— Church Work in British Columbia, Rev. Herbert H. Gowen, 

F. R. (i. S. 
— Codrington R. H. ' Story of a Mclanesian Deacon." 
— Cook, Mrs. H B., " A Doctor and his dog in Cganda." 
— Codrinp-ton. Florence J., " Children in blue and what they 



B. 36 — Cone.^ ior Christ, The, John Brown Myers. 

Pamphlet 2. — Considerations for Cuurch Workers, Rev. E. Hermitage Day. 

A. 15. —Crisp, Wm. B, D., " The Bechuana of South Africa." 



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-(.'rowilier, Ht. Rov. S. A., D. D., Hi«liop of tho Ni^cr HeRum, 
" Kx|)orii'nces with livatliciin ftnd MohaninicdanH in 
Wwt Africa." 



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— Darley Mary, E., " The Light of the Morning ". 

,— Day, Rev. E. Hermitage, " Chauncey Maples, Second Bishop 

of Likoma ". 
—Day Rev.E. Hermitage, " Considerations for Church Workers.*' 
— Deane, David J., " Robert Moffat, Missionnary Hero of Ku- 

ruman ". 
—Deeds of Faith, Rev. J. M. Neale, D. D. 
—Distant Brethren of low degree, Rev. J. Widdicombe. 
—Divine Enterprise of Missions A, T. Pierson, D. D. 
—Doctor and his Dog in Uganda, A, Mrs. H. B. Cook. 
— Dowden, John, D- D., Bishop of Edinburgh, " The Celtic 

Church in Scotland ", 
—Dyer, Helen 8., " Pandita Rama»)ai ". 
— Drote MiBs : Indian Gems for the Master's Crown. 



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-Early Christian Missions of Ireland, Scotland and England. 

Mrs. Bundle Charles. 
-Early Missions to and within the British Islands, Rev. Charles 

Hole, B. A. 
-Earnest Words for Earnest Men, C. J. Vaughan, D. D. 
-Eminent Christian Workers of the 19th Century, G. fiarnett 

Smith. 
-England's Mission to India^ Rt. Rev. A. Barry, D. D. 
-Evolution of Religious thought in Modern India, Herbert 

Baynes, M. R. A. S. 
-Experiences with Heathen and Mohammedans in West 

Africa, Bishop Crowther. 



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C. 8. —Fifty yews Mission Work in Chota Nagpur, %re Chatterton. 

B. 4. —Fifty years in Western Africa. Pev. A. H. Barrow, M. A. 

A. 18. —First Church Workers. W. E. Chadwiok. 

B. 29 — Forde, H. A. " Black and White Mission Stories." 
Pamphlet 6. —Forget thine own people. C. J. Vaughan, D. D. 

B 19. —Forty-two years amongst the Indians and Eskimo. Beatrice 

Batly. 

B. 2. —Fowler, Rev. Montague. " Church History " in Queen Vic- 

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—Gordon, A. J., D. D., " The Holy Spirit in Missions." 
—Gospel Narrative, The, or Life of Jesus Christ, Sir Rawson 

W. Rawson. 
— Gowen, H. H., " Church Work in British Columbia." 
—Grant, Charles, " Henry Morris." 
—Gregory, the Great, Rev. J. Barmby. 
—Goodwin, Harvey, D. D., " Memoir of Bishop Mackenzie." 



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— Half-hours in the Temple Church. C. J. Vaughan, D. D. 
8.— Hammond, Rev. J., LL. B.. " Henry Martyn." 

— Happy Days and Happy Work in Basutoland. Deaconess 
Maria S. B. Burton. 

—Hewlett, S. S., "They Shall See His Face." 

— High Caste Hindu Woman, The, Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati- 

— Historical Church Atlas. Edmund McClure, M. A. 

— History of the Church in Eastern Canada and Newfoundland. 
Rev. J. Langtry, M. A., D. C. L. 

— H. N. B., " Life in Algoma." 

—Hole, Rev. Chas., B. A.. " By paths of English Church His- 
tory, Home Missions in the early mediaeval period." 

—Hole, Rev. C, " Early Missions." 

— Holy Spirit in Missions, The, G. J. Gordon, D. D. 

— Horden, John, Missionary Bi'hop. Rev. A. R. Buckland. 

—Hughes, Rev. Wm. " Life and Times of Bishop William 
Morgan." 



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Pamphlet a— Illustrated Church Annual 1897. 

B. 38. —Indian Qemt for the Master's Crow.i. Miss Drose. 

B. 20. — Indian Priestess, An. Ada Lee. 

C. 14. —In joumeyings oft, Preface by Rt. Rev. Bishop of Athabasca. 
B. 16. — In the Lesuto. Canon A^iddecombe. 



A. 17. —Jacobs, Very Rev. Henry, D. D., New Zealand. 

B. 31. —Japan and the Japan Mission. 



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-Klataaasan. R. C. Lundin Brown. 

-Karney, E. S., "The Shining Tard. " 

-Katherine, Sister, " Towards the Land of the liising Sun. 



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A. 40. — o^ngtry, Rev. J., M. A., D. C. L. " History of the Church in 

Eastern Canada and Newfoundland." 

A. 22. —Last words at Doncaster, C. J. Vaughan, D. D. 

B. 20. — Lee, Ada, " An Indian Priestess. " 

A. 2. —Life and Times of Bishop William Morgan, Rev. Wmt 

Hughes. 
A. 28. —Life in Algoma, H. N. B. 

C. 18. —Light of the Morning, The.— Mary E. Darley. 

C. 1. — Little green God, The. — Caroline Atwater Mason. 

A. 82. —Lives of Missionaries, Henry Martyn and Bishcp Corrie. 

A. 3. — Longridge, Rev. G. " Official and Lay witness to the value of 

Foreign Missions." 
0, 4. — Lux Christi. Caroline Atwater Mason. 



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C. 21. — Mackenzio, Binliop. Hftrvey Gootlwin, . D. 

A. 89. —Mackenzie River, Diocese of. Rt. Rev. W. ('. Bompaa. 

B. 26. —Maclean, Arthur John M. A. " llie Catholic< a of the East and 

hit People ". 

Pamphlet 10.— Majree, Rev. A. V., " The Self-denial Movement in Auslia- 
lasia ". 

B. 27. —Maiden, W. VV. S. "Tlie Shining Land ". 

Pamphlet 5.— Maples, Chauncey, Second Bislioj) of Likonin, Rev. L. Her- 
mitage Day. 

B, 24. —Martin, Lady, " Our Maories." 

Pamphlet 8.— Martyn, Henry, as a translator of the Perfect Life. Rev. J- 
Hammond L. L. B. 

B. 36. — Martyn, Henry. .Jesse Page. 

B. 30. —Martyrs and Saints of the first tvirelve centuries.- Mrs Rundle 

Charles. 

C, 1. —Mason, Caroline Atwater. " Little Green God." 
C. 4. — Mason, Caroline Atwater, " Lux Chiisti ". 

B. 10. —Mason, Rev. G. L., ' Round the Round world on a Church 

Mission ". 
— McClure, Edmund M. A. " Historical Church Atlas ". 

B. 11. — McDougall, Harriet " Sketches of our life at Saniwak." 
Pamphlet 9.— Medical Mission, The, W. . I. Wanless. 

A. 24. — Melanasian Deacon, The Story of a. R. H. Codrington. 

C. 10. — Meianesian Mission, The E. S. Armstrong. 

Pamphlet 11.— Missionary Brotherhood in the far West, or Story of Nas- 
hotah 

B. 39. — Missionary Nuggets. Dora M. Pike. 
B. 18. — Mission Heroes. 

A. 35. —Missions to the Jewn. Rev. A. Lukyn Williams. 

B. 1. -Mission Work in the Forests of Guiana. Rev. W. H. Brett, 

B. D. 
B. 34. — Moflfatt, Robert, Missionary Hero of Kuruman. David J. 

Deane. 
B. IS. — Morris, Henry. Charles Grant. 

B. 40. — Myere, John Brown. " Wm Ccrey ". 

B. 36. -Myers, John Brown. " The Congo for Christ ". 



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B. 8. — Nealo. Rev. J. M., D. D. " Ve&U of Faith." 

A. 17. —New Zealaiu! Tlie Very Rev. Henry Jaooln, 1). D. 

Pamphlet 7.— Nye, G. H F.. Popular Story of the Caturch of Kngl.uiii 



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— OttU'iiil and Liy VVitneM to tho valiio of Foreign Mi«ioin, 

Kev. ' . I^)riKriilKt>. 
— Olticiul \'mr Kiok of the Church of tngknd 1903. 
— Old T. stnmont, The, in [th;- light of the Hitlorical Ri'Oon]i 

and LoKeiids of A'<i>yria mid Babylonia. Theophilus Q> 

Pincheo. 
— Orr, Kmily C, " Our Working Men." 
—Our Maoriei. Lady Mur 'i. 
— ('ur Oldest Indian Miuion, A. Weatcott. 
—Our 8i*tere in India. Rev. L. Storrow. 
—Our Working Men. Emily C Orr. 



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— P«ge, Jewe, " Henry Murtin hia Life ami I.iiib.'>iin." 

— P*n<<iU Rainalmi, Helen S. Dyer. 

— Pandita Riiniiibai Harasvati, " T.ie Higli ra.<tto Hindu 

Woman." 
—Patriarchal Pftlestin*, Rev. / . H. Hnvcp. 
— Pierson, .\. T., !). I) , " The Divino Enterprise of Mirixiona." 
— Pike, Dora M., " .Missionary Xiij.'KMts." 
—Pinches, Theophilus O., "The <>i't Teslunient in the light 
of the Historioil Kecords and leKon'l* <'' Assyria and 
Babylonia. 
A. 31. —Plain Words on Christian Living, C. J. Vr ^,lian. D. D. 

Pamphlet 7.— Popular Story of the Church rf Kngi.4nd, 0. H. F. Xye. 
A. 7. -Presence of God in His Temple, Tlie— C. J. Vaughan. D. D. 



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B. 25. — RnnBome, Jessie, Deaconess. " Siege Hospital in Peking. " 

C. 7. — Rawson, Sir Rawson W. " The Gospel Narrative or Life of 

.lesus Christ. " 

B. 9. —Real Thing, The. Christabel Coleridge. 

Pamphlet 1. —Riley, Athelstan, "Archbiahop of Canterbury's Mission to 
Assyrian Chiistians. " 

C. 10. —Robert and Louisa Stewart, Mary E. Watson. 
B. 23. — Rossetti, Christine. Verses. 

B. 10. —Round the Round World on a Church Mission, Rev. G. L. 

Mason. 



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— Sayce, Rev. A. H. " Patriarchal Palestine. " 


B.42. 


— Sea-Girt Yezo, Rev. John Batchelor. 




B.44. 


— Seddon, Mrs. T. R. " Christ's workers amonji all con litions of 
men. " 




B.25. 


—Siege Hospital in Peking, The.— Jessie Ran.sorne, Deaconess. 


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Pamphlet 10.— Self-denial Movement in Australasia, Rev. A. V. Magee. 




B.27. 


—Shining Land, The.— E. S. Kariiey, W. VV. S. Maiden. 




A. 16. 


—Six years in the Transvaal. H B. Bousfield. D. I). Bishop of 
Pretoria. 




B.ll. 


—Sketches of our life at Sarawak. Harriet McDougali. 




B.17. 


—Smith, G. Barnett, "Eminent Christian workers of the 19th, 
Century. " 




A. 10. 


—Smith, Rev. G. Herbert. " Among the Menabe. " 




B. 43. 


-Stileman, Rev. C. H., M. A. " The SubjecU of the Shah. " 




B.87. 


—Stock, Eugene. " The Story of the Fuh Kien Mission. " 




C. 5. 


— Storrow, Rev. E , " Our Sisters in India ". 




A. 37. 


—Story of the Australian Church, Edward Symonds. 




B. 14. 


— Story of F'iink and his Missionary bo.\. (i. Herbert Wynne. 




B. 37. 


—Story of the Fuh Kien Mission, The. Eugene Stock. 




Pamphlet 11.— Story of Nashotah, A. Missionary Brotherhood in the far 






West. 




B. 43. 


—Subjects of the Shah, Rev. Charles H. Stileman, M. A. 




A. 42. 


—Suffolk Boy in East Africa, A. 




A. 6, 


—Sundays in the Temple, C. J. Vaughan, D. D. 




A. 37. 


—Symonds, Edward, " Story of the Australian Church ". 



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C. 16. 
B. 45. 

A. 19. 

B. 7. 

A. 19. 

B. 5. 
A. 8. 



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-Ten Years of Mission life in British Guiana, Rev. W. T. 

Veness. 
-They Shall See His Face. 8. 8. Hewlett. 
-Three Martyrs of the 19th Century, Mrs. Bundle Charles. 
-Till the Day break, Fred. Travers. 
-Towards the Land of the Rising Sun. Sister Katherine- 
-Travers, Fred, " Till the Day break ". 
-Tucker, Rev. H. W, " Under His Banner ". 
-Two Years in an Indian Mission, " Herbert Field Blackett, 

B. A. 



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B. 5. 



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-Under His Banner, Rev. H. W. Tucker. 



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A. 26. — Vaughan, C. J., D. D., " Christ, the Light of the World." 

A. 5. —Vaughan, C. J., D. D., " Characteristics of Christ's Teaching." 

A. 34. —Vaughan, C. J., D. D., " Earnest Words for Earnest Men." 

Pamphlet 6.— Vaughan, C. J., D. D., " Forget thine own People." 

A. 4. —Vaughan, C. J.. D. D., " Half hours in the Temple Church." 

A. 22. —Vaughan, C. J., D. D., " Last Words at Doncaster." 

A. 3L —Vaughan, C. J., U. D., " Plain Words on Christian Living." 

A. 6. —Vaughan, C. J., D. D., " Sundays in the Temple." 

A. 7. —Vaughan, C. J., D. D., " The Presence of God in His Temple." 

A. 21. — Veness, Rev. W. T., " Ten Years of M-'ssion Life in British 

Guiana." 

B. 28. —Verses, Christina Rosaetti. 






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Pamphlet 9.- 
C. 10. 
C. 11. 
B 16. 
Pamphlet 4.- 

A. 11. 
A. : 5. 
C. 13. 
Pamphlet 12. 

B. 14. 
B. 6. 



W 

-Walrond, Rev. F. F., M. A. " Christian Miesions before the 

Reformation." 
-Wanless, W. J., "The Medica 
-Watson, Mary E., " Robert 
-Westcott, A, " Our oldest Ii 
-Widdicombe, Canon, " In the 



'Tiesion ". 

>uisa Stewart.' 
Mission ". 
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-Widdicombe, Rev. John, " Distant Brethren of low degree ". 

-Wilkinson, Bishop, " Sa.it, the Native Slave boy of Kartoum ". 

-Williams, Rev. A. Lukyn, " Missions to the Jews ". 

-With one accord, Edith M. E. Baring Gould. 

-Work of the Church nmong the Maories of New Zealand 
since 1869. Bishop of Auckland. 

-Wynne G. Robert, D. D„ " The Story of Frank and his Mis- 
sionary boy ■'. 

-Wyse, Rev. John, " Christian Missions of the Middle Age " 



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