India, beloved of heaven, by Brenton Thoburn Badley in collaboration with Oscar MacMillan Buck, James Jay Kingham ; with an introduction by Bishop W. F. Oldham.

; Buck, Oscar MacMillan, 1885-1941 ; Kingham, James Jay
New York, The Abingdon Press [1918] .

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Other Authors Buck, Oscar MacMillan, 1885-1941
Kingham, James Jay
Description 217 p. illus. 20 cm.
Copyright Date [1918]
Contents Introduction.--On His Majesty's service, by B. T. Badley.--Ponniah, by J. J. Kingham.--For the British Raj, by O. M. Buck.--The tiger and the lamb, by J. J. Kingham.--A mission school romance, by B. T. Badley.--When the Gods are dying, by O. M. Buck.--What's in a name? by J. J. Kingham.--Road to peace, O. M. Buck.--The lawyer-preacher, by J. J. Kingham.--When outcastes dream, by O. M. Buck.--In his blindness, by O. M. Buck.--With the Gods in Muttra, by B. T. Badley.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)03858386
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