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missionary letters of Gottlob Schreiner, 1837-1846

Gottlob Schreiner

missionary letters of Gottlob Schreiner, 1837-1846

by Gottlob Schreiner

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Published by Human & Rousseau in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa,
  • Orange Free State,
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Schreiner, Gottlob, 1814-1876 -- Correspondence.,
    • London Missionary Society -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.,
    • Missionaries -- South Africa -- Orange Free State -- Correspondence.,
    • Missionaries -- England -- Correspondence.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-155) and index.

      Statementedited by Karel Schoeman.
      GenreCorrespondence.
      SeriesVrijstatia ;
      ContributionsSchoeman, Karel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBV3625.S67 A4 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination160 p. :
      Number of Pages160
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1495953M
      ISBN 100798128070
      LC Control Number93171139

      Bloemfontein, die ontstaan van 'n stad - Karel Schoeman in the Africana category was sold for R on 15 May at by The Book Traders in Wellington (ID). Schreiner was born to a missionary couple, Gottlob Schreiner and Rebecca Lyndall, at Wittenberg mission station in South Africa on March 24 Named for her three dead brothers, Oliver, Emile, and Albert, Olive Emilie Albertina Schreiner was .

      Schreiner, Gottlob The Missionary Letters of Gottlob Schreiner, edited by Karel Schoeman pp illus Human & Rousseau (Cape Town) pa R [Olive Schreiner's father]. Google Scholar Shaw, Charles Scott Stories from the Karkloof Hills revised and enlarged edition pp illus Shuter & Shooter (Pietermaritzburg) pa R [ Cited by: 1. OLIVE SCHREINER was born on 24 March to an English Dissenting mother and a German Lutheran father in a mud-floored house on a mission called Wittebergen, which lay in a remote African reserve on the borders of Basutoland.

      Olive Schreiner (24 March - 11 December ) was a South African author, anti-war campaigner and intellectual. She is best remembered today for her novel The Story of an African Farm which has been highly acclaimed ever since its first publication in for the bold manner in which it dealt with some of the burning issues of the day, including agnosticism, existential . ANTIQUE BOOK DREAMS BY OLIVE SCHREINER Authors Edition Autographed "Rare" - $ Biography Olive Emilie Albertina Schreiner (–) was the ninth of twelve children born to a missionary couple at the Wesleyan Missionary Society station at Wittebergen in the Eastern Cape, near Herschel in South Africa. Her parents, Gottlob Schreiner and .


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The missionary letters of Gottlob Schreiner, (Vrijstatia) [Schreiner, Gottlob] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The missionary letters of Gottlob Schreiner, (Vrijstatia). Gottlob Schreiner was born in fairly humble circumstances in Germany; he received theological training and was ordained in London, intending to work as a missionary for the London Missionary Society.

He and Rebecca Lyndall were married in November and they left for South Africa at the end of that month. Get this from a library. The missionary letters of Gottlob Schreiner, [Gottlob Schreiner; Karel Schoeman]. n Historia - The Wesleyan mission in the Orange Free State as described in contemporary accounts, Karel Schoeman (red.) The missionary letters of Gottlob SchreinerKarel Schoeman (red.): book reviewCited by: 2.

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Gottlob Schreiner Gottlob Schreiner () was born in fairly humble circumstances in Germany; he received theological training and was ordained in London, intending to work as a missionary for the London Missionary Society. He and Rebecca Lyndall were married in November and they left for South Africa at the end of that month.

A man of simple beliefs. Family letters by Gottlob Schreiner. There are as noted earlier a number of Gottlob Schreiner letters in the Schreiner-Hemming collection and in the Findlay Family papers.

These family letters are interestingly compared with his LMS organisational ones and are discussed in the overviewing commentaries for these collections. Buy The missionary letters of Gottlob Schreiner edited by Karel Schoeman for R Deal of the Week Stores Promotions.

Featured Deal of the Week Digital Vouchers Staying Home Supplies Mothers Day Crazy Wednesday. More Snap Friday Weekend Specials All Crazy Auctions Book Flights Book Holidays. Gottlob Schreiner has written: 'The missionary letters of Gottlob Schreiner, ' -- subject(s): Correspondence, History, London Missionary Society, Missionaries, Sources.

Cron (Samuel) Cronwright-Schreiner Cron Cronwright (later Cronwright-Schreiner, later still Cronwright again) ( - ) was Olive Schreiner’s husband. He was born in the Bedford district of the Eastern Cape in South Africa, the second of eight children. His mother was Zipporah Featherstone, who came partly from settler stock.

The Wesleyan Mission in the O.F.S. – edited by Karel Schoeman: The Missionary Letters of Gottlob Schreiner – edited by Karel Schoeman: The British Presence in the Transorange – compiled and edited by Karel Schoeman. Vrijstatia, Vols (), 12 (), 13 (). Human and Rousseau: Cape Town. Pp,  Gottlob Schreiner is dismissed from the Wesleyan Missionary Society for the misdemeanour of combining small trading with his missionary work.

He undertakes petty trade. Haunted by debt Gottlob Schreiner is declared insolvent. Family disperses due to. the wesleyan mission in the orange free state () the missionary letters of gottlob schreiner () the british presence in the transorange () early white travellers in the transgariep () the griqua mission at philippolis ().

Leaving Britain late NovGottlob Schreiner and Rebecca Schreiner nee Lyndall arrive Cape Town, South Africa, with Gottlob a missionary for the London Missionary Society. Initially stationed Bethelsdorp and Philipton, Eastern Cape.

EndSchreiners move to Philippolis Mission Station, Free State. Olive Schreiner (24 March - Decem ), was a South African author, pacifist and political activist. She is best known for her novel The Story of an African Farm, which has been acclaimed for the manner it tackled the issues of its day, ranging from agnosticism to the treatment of women.

From Wikipedia/5(4). Schreiner was born to a missionary couple, Gottlob Schreiner and Rebecca Lyndall, at Wittenberg mission station in South Africa on March 24 Named for her three dead brothers, Oliver, Emile, and Albert, Olive Emilie Albertina Schreiner was the ninth of twelve children.

She spent most of her childhood moving between. The Missionary Letters of Gottlob Schreiner Schoeman, Karel (editor) Published by (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, ) (). NOTE: The Product Image of the book cover displayed herein may vary from the original book cover for sale. The Magaliesberg R The Missionary Letters of Gottlob Schreiner – R NOTE: The Image of the book cover displayed may vary from the original book cover for sale.

Karel Schoeman (ed.) () The Missionary Letters of Gottlob Schreiner – Cape Town: Human and Rousseau. Gottlob Schreiner was not the most assiduous of LMS employees, and the small.Olive Emily Albertina Schreiner (–) was the ninth of twelve children born to a missionary couple at the Wesleyan Missionary Society station at Wittebergen in the Eastern Cape, near Herschel in South Africa.

Her parents, Gottlob Schreiner and Rebecca (née Lyndall), married in England in She was named after her three older brothers, Oliver Born: 24 MarchWittebergen Reserve. The Touwfontein Letters of William Porter (May-July ). (Cape Town: South African Library, ) South African Library General Series, Number x mm; pict.