Alexander Duff – Self Lost in Service

Alexander Duff Watson, Self Lost in Service. Alexander Duff of India

A biography of the noted missionary to India Alexander Duff written by his Grandson. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing me with a copy of this book to scan. This title is in the public domain.

Alexander Duff Watson, Self Lost in Service. Alexander Duff of India. London & New York: Marshall Brothers Ltd., 1926. Hbk. pp.141. [Click to download complete book in PDF]


  • Note
  1. Getting Ready
  2. Under Weigh
  3. Standing Alone
  4. The Leaven Working
  5. Busy Rest
  6. At the Front Again
  7. The Disruption
  8. Hinduism in Danger
  9. Rousing the Church
  10. The Indian Mutiny
  11. Farewell to India
  12. A Supreme Sorrow
  13. At the Helm
  14. A Bright Sunset


In the preparation of this work the author, about three months before his death, condensed and thoroughly revised the large amount of material he had originally had available. His intention was not to enter in any way into competition with the elaborate biographies of Dr Duff belonging to an earlier period, but to supply a crisp and vivid life-sketch having a wide general appeal. For this task he was specially equipped owing to the frequent intercourse he had enjoyed with his grandfather both at home and when travelling, and also because of his own life-long deep interest in and knowledge of Mission enterprise. Of help received in completing the work since the death of Mr Duff Watson grateful acknowledgment is hereby made to Mr Alexander MacKilligan, Aberdeen. [Continue Reading]

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