A Land of Charity

@article{JALO,
  title={A Land of Charity},
  author={J. R. J.},
  journal={The Hospital},
  volume={5},
  pages={278 - 278}
}
  • J. J.
  • Published 2 February 1889
  • History
  • The Hospital
THIS book is the result of material collected and observations made during nine years' residence of a missionary in our great Indian empire. Its pages are, of course, chiefly devoted to an exposition of the different forms of worship and belief, and the progress of missionary work amongst the native population; but the author acknowledges the claims of Science by giving three chapters to the Natural History of Travancore and the economic uses of the plants of the country. With regard to the… 
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