|Statement||by Mrs. Bryson.|
|Series||"Splendid lives" series|
|LC Classifications||BV3427.G5 B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||-144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||04006324|
This is the travelogue of James Gilmour  written in the course of his missionary work in Mongolia. My thanks to Redcliffe College who provided me with an original copy of the book to scan. This book is now in the public domain. James Gilmour , Among the Mongols. London: Religious Tract Society, n.d. Hbk. pp James Gilmour was the third of six sons born to James and Elizabeth Pettigrew Gilmour on the Cathkin estate of a half dozen farms in the parish of Carmunnock, about five miles from Glasgow, Scotland. His ancestors were godly people. The grandfather Gilmour and his wife walked regularly every Sunday to Glasgow to worship in the Congregational. Mongol*, p. ail. 58 JAMES GILMOUR OF MONGOLIA There are several more Mongol dwellings within sight, plenty of camels, horses, and oxen. The Mongols have a tent of their own, and the " commandant s " tent has also been put up. A Mongol has just come up and changed his dress, his cloak serving him as a tent meantime. By the Rev. JAMES GILMOUR, MA, of Pekin. With Map aud numerous Engravings. 8vo. 6s. cloth boards. "There has been, if our experience serves us at all, no book quite like this since ' Robinson Crusoe ; ' and ' Robinson Crusoe ' is not better, does not tell a story more directly, or produce more instantaneous and final conviction.
Among the Mongols by James Gilmour is a reproduction of an original book that was printed around James Gilmour wanted his western readers to come to a better understanding of the Mongolian culture. He also wanted the people back in England and Scotland to be aware of the spiritual state of the people that he was striving to reach in his Cited by: 8. Among the Mongols by James Gilmour is a reproduction of an original book that was printed around James Gilmour wanted his western readers to come to a better understanding of the Mongolian culture. He also wanted the people back in England and Scotland to be aware of the spiritual state of the people that he was striving to reach in his /5(4). James Gilmour was born J , at Cathkin; but in a short time the family removed to Glasgow, five miles away, though a few years later they returned to the country. The third son of a family of six boys, of whom all but one lived to manhood, he naturally saw plenty of life, and he was a prominent factor in all sorts of pranks and. James Gilmour and the Mongol Mission by Mrs. Bryson of Tientsin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Resources by James Gilmour (5) James Gilmour of Mongolia: his diaries, letters, and reports / edited and arranged by Richard Lovett Gilmour, James, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 16 libraries. James Gilmour, of Mongolia, the son of James Gilmour and Elizabeth Pettigrew his wife, was born at Cathkin on Monday, J He was the third in a family of six sons, all but one of whom grew up to manhood. More about the Mongols by James Gilmour. This book is a reproduction of the original book published in and may have some Pages: The Mongol Mission book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(4).