Orange Free State and Basuto Mission: Occasional Paper No I, Containing the Bishop's Journal, July to October, 1863; Letter [from Bishop Edward] to the English Associates and Friends of the Orange Free State Church Mission (1867); Occasional Paper No III, Containing an Account of the Bishop's Visitation of the Griquas, in No Man's Land (1866); a Letter to the English Committee for Promoting the Mission to the Orange Free State (1865); a Sermon for the Dedication Festival of S. John the Evangelist's, Hammersmith by Edward, Bishop of the Orange Free State (1863); Orange Free State Mission. Statement from the Committee, Easter, 1865 ; the Addresses Presented the Bishop of the Orange Free State, on His Leaving to Attend the Lambeth Council - with Some Particulars Respecting the Mission Stations in That Diocese (1867) ; the Quarterly Paper of the Orange Free State Mission, No 1, February, 1868 ; the Quarterly Paper... No 2, May, 1868 ; Quarterly Paper No 3, August, 1868 ; Death of Mr George Clegg, Late Catechist, at Bloemfontein, South Africa ; Quarterly Paper... No 4, November, 1868 ; Quarterly Paper... No 5, January 1869 ; Quarterly Paper... No 6, April, 1869 ; Quarterly Paper... No 7, July, 1869 ; Quarterly Paper... No 8, October, 1869 ; Quarterly Paper... No 10, January, 1870 ; Quarterly Paper... No 11, July, 1870 ; Quarterly Paper... No 12, January 1871 ; Quarterly Paper... June, 1871 ; Quarterly Paper... No 14, October, 1871; Quarterly Paper... No 15, Jamuary 1872
Orange Free State and Basuto Mission. Various. Hardcover, with dust jacket. All titles as stated (complete). A much owned copy. Each pocket sized publication has been rebound within the simple green boards. Of great interest is that book and publications were owned, signed and inscribed by HENRIETTA STOCKDALE. Sister Stockdale was one of the most influential figures in South African, and worldwide, nursing history: she set up the very first training school for nurses (in Kimberley). And she was highly influential in achieving the first State Registration of Nurses and Midwives in South Africa - this was then adopted worldwide. The boards are scruffy. They are much worn, scuffed, marked. The wax cloth spine is also worn but tight. The simple gilt crosses on both boards are defiant. The frontis papers have a label (from the Emagameni Collection T E Andrews), a stamp from The Sisterhood of St Michael and All Angels, Bloemfontein. The contents are much worn throughout. They have handling wear, handling and storage marks, ownership marks. Nonetheless, they are robustly certain, secure, sure, clean and clear, competent, confident. fk. Fair/No Jacket.
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