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Missionaries

Richard Knill [1787-1857]


Area of Ministry:

India | Russia

Primary Works

Book or monograph Richard Knill [1878-1857], The Farmer and his Family. 1814
On-line Resource Richard Knill [1878-1857], Memoir of the life and character of Walter Venning, Esq. A member of the committee of the London Society for the Improvement of Prison Discipline, &c. Who died at St. Petersburg, January 10th, 1821, from a fever contracted in visiting one of the gaols of that city. By Richard Knill, with a preface by Robert Winter, D.D. London, 1822. [This material is in the Public Domain]
Book or monograph Richard Knill [1878-1857], The Influence of Pious Women in Promoting a Revival of Religion. 1830
Book or monograph Richard Knill [1878-1857], The Happy Death-bed. London: Religious Tract Society, 1833.
Book or monograph Richard Knill [1878-1857], A Traveller arrived at the End of the Journey. London: Religious Tract Society, 1836.
Book or monograph Richard Knill [1878-1857], A Dialogue between a Romish Priest and R. Knill, Missionary. Abertawy: E. Griffiths 1841. pp.21.
Book or monograph Richard Knill [1878-1857], A Scotchman Abroad. London: John Snow, 1841

Secondary Works

On-line Resource C.M. Birrell [1811-1880], The Life of the Rev. Richard Knill of St. PetersburgC.M. Birrell [1811-1880], The Life of the Rev. Richard Knill of St. Petersburg. London: The Religious Tract Society, [1859]. Hbk. pp.272. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Book or monograph Richard Knill [d.1826], Some Account of John Knill written by his Father. 1830