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|RICHARD Henry Memoirs of Joseph Sturge.|
London: S.W. Partridge (1864)
xix + 622pp + frontispiece with tipped in sepia photo. 1st ed., clean in original full calf, with new spine.
Biography of the missionary with much on his time in the West Indies including a chapter on his opposition to the apprentice system.
|SAMUEL Rev. Peter The Wesleyan - Methodist Missions, - in Jamaica and Honduras, delineated: containing a description of the principal stations. Together with a consecutive account of the rise and progress of the work of God at each.|
320pp + 33 litho plates. 1st ed., fine in original cloth with faded spine. Minor stains and spotting to plates as usual. Former owner's name in m/s on title page. 8vo.
The author was a missionary in Jamaica for 12 years. Very fine tinted litho plates, mostly of Mission houses in Jamaica.
|WADDELL Rev. H.M. Twenty-Nine Years in the West Indies and Central Africa: - a review of missionary work and adventure. 1829 - 1858|
T. Nelson & Sons (1863)
xiv + 681pp + plates. Occasional foxing otherwise clean in original green cloth, spine re-backed.
Much on Jamaica describing the period before and after emancipation.
|PENNOCK Rev. T. Secession of the Wesleyan Methodists in the West Indies, and resignation of a missionary, the Rev. T. Penock, - with his reasons for so doing; and other important documents connected therewith.|
Nottingham: Printed by R. Sutton, Bridlesmith-Gate (1837)
12pp. 1st ed., bound in library cloth with library h/s on new end paper. No library marks or labels on text.
Rev Pennock founded the Jamaican Wesleyan Association in protest to perceived racism within the Methodist church. A rare work.
|DUNCAN Rev. Peter A Narrative of the Wesleyan Mission to Jamaica - With Occasional Remarks on the State of Society.|
London: Partridge and Oakey (1849)
xii + 399pp. 1st ed., very fine in fine original blind stamped cloth. Uncut.
|JAMAICA Baptist Missionaries. - Memorial and statement of the Baptist Missionaries in Jamaica.|
5 large pp. 1st ed., clean in paper covers.
|JAMAICA Wesleyan Missionary Meeting House, Jamaica. - Copies of all dispatches which H.M. Govt. has received from Jamaica, relative to an attack made on the Wesleyan Missionary Meeting House, and the dwelling of Mr Radcliffe the Missionary, at Christmas last.|
3 large pp. 1st ed., clean in paper covers.
Mission House at St Anns Bay.
|DEAVILLE WALKER F. The Call of the West Indies. - The romance of Methodist Work and Opportunity in the West Indies and adjacent regions.|
Cargate Press (1933)
190pp + plates. 1st ed., clean in D/W.
|CHALKLEY T. A Journal or, Historical Account of the Life, Travels and Christian Experiences, of that Antient, Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, Thomas Chalkley, - who departed this life in the island of Tortola, the fourth day of the ninth month, 1741.|
ix + 326pp. 2nd ed., mostly clean apart from a little writing on title page and old contemporary notes on the book on the front end paper. Lacking rear end paper. Original worn full calf, the hinges very weak.
A Quaker preacher who came to America in 1700. He visited the West Indies and Bermuda. Interesting details on Anguilla, Barbados, Bermuda and the first written acount of Tortola.
|WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY Papers relative to the Wesleyan Missions, - and to the State of Heathen Countries|
16pp. Bound with Missionary Notices January 1827 - December 1827, 192pp. Bound with 'The Report of the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society for the year ending December 1826, xx + 124pp. Bound with 'Contributions to the Wesleyan Mission Fund, 1826.' Clean in very worn contemporary half calf.
Reports from missions around the World with many reports on the Caribbean. Much on the re-building of the Mission Chapel in Bridgetown, Barbados.
|LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY The London Missionary Society's Report - of the Proceedings against the late Rev. J. Smith, of Demerara, Minister of the Gospel, who was tried under Martial Law, and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding and assisting in a rebellion of the negro slaves; from a full and correct copy, transmitted to England by Mr Smith's Counsel, and including the documentary evidence omitted in the Parliamentary Copy; with an Appendix containing the letters and statements of Mr and Mrs Smith, Mrs Elliot, Mr Arrindell, &c, and, also, the Society's Petition to the House of Commons. The whole published under the authority of the directors of the said society|
London. Published by F. Westley (1824)
vii + 204pp. 1st ed., very clean in original blue boards, spine mostly chipped away.
John Smith became known as 'the Demerara Martyr' and died in prison awaiting the result of an appeal in England.
|CHALKLEY T. Memoir of Thomas Chalkley. - Chiefly extracted from a journal of his life, travels and Christian experiences, first published in America.|
W. & S. Graves, London (1817)
68pp. Fine in modern ¼ leather binding.
Quaker missionary who spent time in the West Indies and America with pasages on Barbados and Bermuda.
|WALLBRIDGE E.A. The Demerara Martyr. - Memoirs of the Rev. John Smith, missionary to Demerara.|
London: Charles Gilpin (1848)
 + xxvi + 274pp + 2pp publisher's ads + plate. 1st ed., text rather browned in worn original cloth, rebacked and with new end papers.
Very seldom seen.
|CLARK J. and DENDY W., PHILLIPPO J.M. The Voice of Jubilee: - a narrative of the Baptist Mission, Jamaica, from its commencement; with biographical notices of its fathers and founders.|
John Snow, London (1865)
xx + 359 + pp. 1st ed., very clean in modern maroon cloth.
|MISSIONARY MAGAZINE Vol. XXV No 1|
London (1846 (Mar))
14pp. Disbound. Fine.
Cover has woodcut view of Davyton Chapel, Jamaica and contents incl. 1pp article on the Station, situated near Ridgmount.