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Memoirs of Mrs Margaret Cargill : wife of the Rev. David Cargill, A.M., Wesleyan missionary, including notices of the progress of Christianity in Tonga and Feejee / by her husband
Bib ID 2583286
Format BookBook
Author
Cargill, David, 1809?-1843
 
Description London : John Mason, 1841 
xix, 390 p., [1] leaf of plates ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Condition yellow paper at FRM F3169 (NL,6035)

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 3169

Subjects Cargill, Margaret, - 1809-1840.  |  Methodist Church - Missions.  |  Missionaries - Fiji - Biography.  |  Missions - Fiji.  |  Missions - Tonga.

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