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Title A Life's Labour's in South Africa: The Story of the Life-Work of Robert Moffatt, Apostle to the Bechuana Tribe
Author(s) Moffat, Robert
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1871
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher John Snow
Library British Library
Reference 476.bbb.47
Region Africa
Names Robert Moffatt, Mary Moffatt, David Livingstone (pp96-97, 98, 105, 110, 113, 124, 139)
Places South Africa, Cape Town (pp26, 33, 34, 82, 137), Port Elizabeth (pp127, 128), Great Britain, Scotland (p2)
Topics engravings, race, religion, God, Christianity, missionary, London Missionary Society, 'Called to the work' (pp1-9), Dutch East India Company (p7), 'The Sphere of Labour' (pp10-19), 'Africaner' (pp20-32), heath and disease, sickness (p25), fever (p25), delirium (p25), measles, (p115), smallpox (p115), The Bechuana Mission (pp33-45), language (pp39-41), 'The Kuruman' (pp46-59), 'Mozelekatze and the Matabele' (pp60-76), 'Translation of the Scriptures' (pp77-92), British and Foreign Bible Society (pp79, 144), 'Mission to the Matabele and Makololo' (pp93-113), 'The Home Station' (p114-125), Sunday School (p118), 'Return to England' (pp126-144), death, 'In Memoriam Mary Moffatt' (pp145-151)
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