Case and His Cotemporaries; Or, the Canadian Itinerants' Memorial: Constitution a Biographical History of Methodism in Canada,
News clipping inserted between pp. 220-221 in vol. 3 has discoloured the pages. The Rev. William Case was an early Canadian Methodist minister known for his missionary work among the Six Nations Indians. These volumes describe his work as well as that of some of his contemporaries. They also provide a detailed description of the ignorance, both religious and otherwise, of the Canadian population at the time.
Publisher: Samuel Rose
Date Published: 1867-1877
Place Published: Toronto
Condition: Good +
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 5 vols.: xliii, 327;xxii, 497; xii, 499; xxiii, 489; xvii, 347, ii, 8 p. 19 cm. Frontispiece portrait. Green cloth hardcovers with blind impressing and gold lettering on spines. Worn, especially spine ends and corners. Red text block edges. Hinges cracking internally in vol. 2 and rear of vol. 5. Ink inscriptions on rear endpapers of last four volumes and ink and pencil notations and underlining throughout last four.