Soul Saving; Or, Life and Labors of Henry M. Willis, Evangelist and Missionary: Embracing an Account of the Revivals in which he Labored In America, and of his Missionary Work Under Bishop Taylor in Africa, Together with a Sketch of the Life and Work of Mrs. Anna Willis, his Wife and the Companion of his Toils… an Account of Her Evangelistic…


First edition. Willis was a Methodist Episcopal evangelist and missionary who preached in Ohio, Kansas, and Philadelphia. He went to Africa to do mission work where he met Bishop Taylor, but he died of the “African Fever” on his return to America. His wife was also a missionary and gave sermons. She worked at the Forth Street Union Mission in Philadelphia until lingering effects of the “African Fever and Nervous Prostration” halted her work and she removed to Ohio, at which point the narrative ends.


Description: Soul Saving; Or, Life and Labors of Henry M. Willis, Evangelist and Missionary: Embracing an Account of the Revivals in which he Labored In America, and of his Missionary Work Under Bishop Taylor in Africa, Together with a Sketch of the Life and Work of Mrs. Anna Willis, his Wife and the Companion of his Toils… an Account of Her Evangelistic…

[Philadelphia: R.E. Lynch, printer 1887]. Portrait frontispiece, 263pp. Illustrated. One blank leaf preceding frontis. neatly-excised; binding lightly rubbed; gilt-spine dulled; very good.

[3731877]

Blockson Cataloue 8997.


Price: $85.00

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