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With Forty-five full.page Illustrations by J. Finnemore. THE STORY OF JOHN G. PATON.
TOLD FOR YOUNG FOLKS.
With Map. 8vo, cloth, 5s. Seventh Thousand. DALY TELEGRAPH.—' In the record of thirty years good work amongst the South Sea cannibals, we have before us one of those Missionary enterprises which read almost more strangely than fiction itself. . . . There are enough hairbreadth escapes and deeds of cool-if unostentatious-courage in these pages to stock half-a-dozen ordinary books, and the forty-five graphic illustrations add much to the attraction of the text.'
JOHN G. PATON, D.D.
MISSIONARY TO THE NEW HEBRIDES.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Edited by His BROTHER, THE REV. JAMES PATON, B.A. Popular Edition. Completing an Issue of 24,000. Crown 8vo, cloth, 6s.
DAOY CHRONIOLI. — 'One of the best autobiographies we have ever read. It is candour itself,
and bears the impress of truth on every page. We turn to the frontispiece and study the excellent portrait of the author, and then we begin to apprehend how the thing is done. The countenance breathes of spiritual refinement and undying real. Indeed, it would take a very incorrigible Agnostic all his time not to fall in love with Dr. Paton and his noble work.'
Original Edition, in Two Volumes. Price 6s. each.
LONDON: HODDER & STOUGHTON.