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Among the Mongols

£35.00

Product description

Published circa 1900 by the Religious Tract Society. The London Missionary Society's edition. Undated 'Presentation copy'. Green cloth board covers with gilt lettering on spine and black & green illustration of Travelling in a Camel Cart on the front cover. Presentation label on flysheet has been covered over with paper. Corners bumped. Scuffs and marks on covers and small tear at bottom of spine. Binding no longer secure. Inside pages are age-darkened but clean. 288 pages plus 15 of advertisements.

Illustrated with 50 fascinating engravings of Mongolian people and scenery.

This book reveals the work of a Christian missionary in Mongolia during the Victorian era.

Item details

Author(s):
Gilmour, Rev James
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
7.5 inches x 5 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
288
Publisher:
The Religious Tract Society

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About this item

Published circa 1900 by the Religious Tract Society. The London Missionary Society's edition. Undated 'Presentation copy'. Green cloth board covers with gilt lettering on spine and black & green illustration of Travelling in a Camel Cart on the front cover. Presentation label on flysheet has been covered over with paper. Corners bumped. Scuffs and marks on covers and small tear at bottom of spine. Binding no longer secure. Inside pages are age-darkened but clean. 288 pages plus 15 of advertisements.

Illustrated with 50 fascinating engravings of Mongolian people and scenery.

This book reveals the work of a Christian missionary in Mongolia during the Victorian era.

Author(s):
Gilmour, Rev James
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
7.5 inches x 5 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
288
Publisher:
The Religious Tract Society

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