Missions America New England Early Works To 1800 : Nevv Englands first fruits; : in respect, first of the conversion of some, conviction of divers, preparation of sundry of the Indians. 2. Of the progresse of learning, in the colledge at Cambridge in Massacusets Bay. With divers other speciall matters concerning the countrey. Published by the instant request of sundry friends, who desire to be satisfied in these points by many New-Englands men who are here present, and were eye or eare-witnesses of the same.
Missions Angola : Descrição histórica dos tres reinos do Congo, Matamba e Angola / pelo P.e João António Cavazzi de Montecúccolo ; tradução, notas e índices pelo P.e Graciano Maria de Leguzzano ; introdução biobibliográfica por F. Leite de Faria.; Cavazzi, Giovanni Antonio,
Missions Anthropological Aspects : Conversion to Christianity : historical and anthropological perspectives on a great transformation / edited and with an introduction by Robert W. Hefner.
Missions Arizona : Friars, soldiers, and reformers : Hispanic Arizona and the Sonora mission frontier, 1767-1856 / John L. Kessell.; Kessell, John L.
Missions California History : Indians and pioneers of old Monterey : being a chronicle of the religious history of Carmel Mission considered in connection with Monterey's other local events and California's general history : also a sketch on aboriginal Monterey.; Culleton, James.
Missions Canada : The narrative of a mission to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Somers Islands.; Marsden, Joshua,
Missions Early Works To 1800 : A cordial for drooping sinners. Or, Comfort to such as tremble at God's word, for fear the gospel should be taken from us : Arising from consideration, that in what nation soever the gospel was planted, it was never totally removed from thence; but after an eclipse brought upon them for a time, it frequently revived again. As appears in the following discourse, by an enumeration of particulars all the world over. Together with some brief signs how to know in what nation the gospel is likely to be continued; or from what nation it is likely to be removed. By John Leighton, minister of the gospel in Nottinghamshire. Licensed, Decemb. the 4th. 1690.; Leighton, John,