From Japan to Jerusalem by Bishop Graham Ingram

E. Graham Ingram [1851-1926], From Japan to Jerusalem

Graham Ingram, the former bishop of Sierra Leone, was the Home Secretary on the Church Mission Society. In this book he records his eight months of travel during 1909-1910 to CMS mission stations across Japan, China, Israel anf Egypt.

A copy of this handsome and well illustrated public domain volume was kindly provided by Redcliffe College for digtisation.

E. Graham Ingram [1851-1926], From Japan to Jerusalem. London: Church Missionary Society, 1911. Hbk. pp.232. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Contents

  • Introductory
  1. The First Stage
  2. On the Siberian Railway
  3. A Foreword on Japan
  4. In Japan—Osaka
  5. In Japan—Nara, Tokushima and Kyoto
  6. In Japan—The Hokkaido
  7. In Japan—Tokyo, Hiroshima, etc.
  8. In Japan—Kiu-Shiu
  9. A Foreword on China
  10. In China—Shanghai, Hang-chow and Shaou-hing
  11. In China—Ningpo and T’ai-chow
  12. In China—At Shanghai Again
  13. In China—Fuh-Kien Province
  14. In China—Fuh-Kien Province (continued)
  15. In China—Canton
  16. In China—Kong Kong
  17. A Foreword on India and Ceylon
  18. Ceylon
  19. In India—Tinnevelly
  20. In India—Madras, Calcutta and Nadiya
  21. In India—Benares and Allahabad
  22. In India—Lucknow, Cawmpore, Agra, Dehli and Peshawar
  23. In India—Lahore, Amritsar, Tarn Taran and Batala
  24. In India—Meerut, Nasik and Bombay
  25. A Foreword on Palestine and Egypt
  26. In the Holy Land—Jaffa and Jerusalem
  27. In the Holy Land—Nazareth and Lake of Galilee
  28. In Egypt—A Week in Cairo
  • Conclusion

Introductory

The story of eight months of 1909-10 spent on the frontiers of Christendom is now sent forth for general information. It is the story of a soldier spared for a short time from his base of operations to see how the battle fared at the front and to encourage the fighting line. The importance of this record arises from more reasons than one.

A great many people are now travelling. They are found on all the great roads–north and south and east and west. They see what they go to see. Many of them, like the present writer, feel it to be their plain duty to write a book on their return! The reader must judge as to whether the ordinary globe-trotter has met with phenomena such as the following pages show forth. Travellers are very much at the mercy of their guide books….

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