Catalog Record: An extract of the life of the late Rev. David Brainerd, : missionary to the Indians. | Hathi Trust Digital Library


An extract of the life of the late Rev. David Brainerd, : missionary to the Indians. / By John Wesley, M.A.

Main Author: Brainerd, David, 1718-1747.
Related Names: Wesley, John 1703-1791., Edwards, Jonathan 1703-1758.
Language(s): English
Published: London: : Printed by G. Paramore ... and sold by G. Whitfield ... and at the Methodist preaching-houses in town and country., 1793.
Edition: The third edition.
Subjects: Indians of North America > Missions.
Note: The last page is blank.
This edition of Brainerd's journal is an abridgement by John Wesley, first published in 1768, of: An account of the life of the late right reverend Mr. Brainerd, published by Jonathan Edwards in 1749. Cf. DAB.
"Those parts ... between brackets ... are the words of the publisher, Mr. Jonathan Edwards ... the rest is the account that [Brainerd] gives of himself"--Advertisement, p. [3].
Physical Description: 275, [1] p. ; 18 cm. (12mo in 6s)
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