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M. Whitecross Paton & James Paton [1824-1907], ed., Letters and Sketches from the New Hebrides, 4th edn.

London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1896. Hbk. pp.382.

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M. Whitecross Paton & James Paton [1824-1907], ed., Letters and Sketches from the New Hebrides, 4th edn.


  1. Bound for the Islands (To Her Beloved Sister at Edinburgh)
  2. First Impressions of the New Hebrides (To a Friend in Stirling)
  3. Settling Down on Aniwa (To Her Beloved Sister at Edinburgh)
  4. Glimpses of the Aniwans (To the Family Circle)
  5. Early Mission Days (To the Rev. Dr. Macdonald, South Melbourne)
  6. The Church of God on Aniwa (To a Lady in Australia)
  7. Fragments:-Death and the "Dayspring" (I. To A Lady In Edinburgh) (II. To the Children of the "Dayspring")
  8. A Trip to the Colonies (To The Family Circle)
  9. Family Life and Church Life (To The Family Circle)
  10. The Shipwreck and The Angel-Child (To the Family Circle)
  11. Home, Sweet Home, On Aniwa (To the Family Circle)
  12. The Mission Forces at Work (To the Family Circle)
  13. The Year of The Hurricane (To The Family Circle)
  14. The Madness of Mungaw (To the Family Circle)
  15. Slavers and Friends (To the Family Circle); Appendix to XV (To Her Dear Sister-In-Law)
  16. Days of Sunlight and of Shadow (To the Family Circle)
  17. A Tour Round the Islands in 1889 (To the Family Circle)

Appendix: Note by Rev. William Watt, Missionary

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