Charles Inglis; Missionary, Loyalist, Bishop (1734-1816)

By: Harris, Reginald V.

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Original bright red cloth on boards. Thumb-size faded spot on cover. Author Harris was Chancellor of the Diocese of Nova Scotia. Bishop Inglis's noteworthy career began about 1755, when he served as a teacher in a Free School for German children in Pennsylvania. He had to go to London for his ordination, following which he was assigned to be missionary to Dover, Pa., which is now in Delaware. The book outlines his many accomplishments, positions, and friendships with prominent people in both government and church. 186 pp.

Title: Charles Inglis; Missionary, Loyalist, Bishop (1734-1816)

Author Name: Harris, Reginald V.

Illustrator: Photos

Categories: Biography,

Edition: First: First Printed 1937

Publisher: Toronto, General Board of Religious Education (Church of England): 1937

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

Seller ID: 007087

Keywords: NOISBN Biography