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The Life of Angelina Margaret Hoare by Mrs. Walter M. Hoare & Her Sisters - First - 1894 - from greaves-leaves and

The Life of Angelina Margaret Hoare: FIRST EDITION (RARE)

by Mrs. Walter M. Hoare & Her Sisters

Condition: Good

Good. one blank fep mostly torn out, page 141 illustration loose, otherwise quite solid, slightly tanned and slightly musty, no inscriptions. Illustrations clean. rare book.
241 pages. Good Binding and boardsWritten by her sisters and Mrs Walter M. Hoare. With introduction by Rev. H. Whitehead.

Very Rare original book : Good Internally

Good Binding and boards : from the introduction. " The following memoir contains a brief account of the life which was. in the truest sense, laid down for the sake of Christ;s poor……….Angelina Hoare's talents were essentially those of a pioneer.T the time when she began her work in Calcutta, the Sunderland Mission was so far regarded as a lost cause…….."
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  • Bookseller: greaves-leaves GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 877
  • Title: The Life of Angelina Margaret Hoare
  • Author: Mrs. Walter M. Hoare & Her Sisters
  • Format/binding: Solid Good binding, firm
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Wells, Gardner, Darton & Co
  • Place: LONDON
  • Date published: 1894
  • Keywords: Biography, Missionary, Angelina Hoare, Antiquarian, First.
  • Bookseller catalogs: Religious; Antiquarian;


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