Perkins and Marvin. Hardcover. Boston, 1829. 12mo, publisher's quarter leather over marbled paper, 258 pp. A quite well preserved copy of this uncommon memoir of Samuel John Mills, in very good condition with light normal wear and some intermittent foxing. "Mills's missionary vision encompassed the world. Evangelical in appeal, it included academic training as a prerequisite for missions. Although he was not an eloquent preacher or scholar, Mills was tireless in his efforts to promote an ecumenical missionary movement in the United States." - ANB. Howes S-851, for first edition. . Very Good. 1829. Second Edition. (Inventory #: 15524)
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