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A history of the Church Missionary Society in Australia and Tasmania : with introductory articles on the meaning of the Gospel, the propagation of the Gospel, and the parent society / by S.M. Johnstone ; foreword by Eugene Stock
Bib ID 262721
Format BookBook
Author
Johnstone, S. M. (Samuel Martin), 1879-1949
 
Description Sydney : The Church Missionary Society, 1925 
415, vii p., [6] leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Church Missionary Society of Australia and Tasmania -- History.  |  Church of England -- Missions -- Australia.  |  Missions, Australian -- History.
Other authors/contributors Church Missionary Society of Australia and Tasmania

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