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The History of Little Henry and his Bearer () was written by Mary Martha Sherwood. I t was continuously in print for 70 years after its initial publication and was translated into French, German, Spanish, Hindustani (; ), Chinese, Marathi (), Tamil (), and Sinhalese. FLOWERS OF THE FOREST. By the Author of "Little Henry and His Bearer." Windsor, [Vermont]: Nathan C. Goddard, Small 12mo, early three quarter leather and marbled boards. First U.S. edition. A didactic religious tale for young readers, first published in , by a prolific and successful author of about books and tracts. NCBEL III
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Little Henry and His Bearer Little Henry was raised in India by his bearer, a servant who takes care of children. He was taught the Hindu religion until a missionary lady from England taught him about Jesus Christ, and he embraced salvation : Curiosmith. Henry is an infantry man, a foot soldier, no better nor worse than all the others in his unit. This war is not his war. It is a war involving the Henrys, Jims, and Wilsons on both sides of the conflict. Crane expects the reader to place Henry in this context because Henry, in .
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A story by Mrs *Sherwood, written during her years in India and first published in England in Henry, the orphan son of an East India Company officer, is brought up by a philanthropist who leaves him entirely to the care of a Hindu bearer, Boosy; the Hindu treats the boy with great affection.
At the age of five Henry learns the Christian religion from a clergyman’s daughter, who teaches. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Caption title: Little Henry. Running title: Little Henry and his bearer.
By Mary Martha Sherwood. "This little book, now re-published, sent by Mrs. Bardwell to her mother, and contains an interesting history of facts, which occurred in the Eastern World, and furnishes ample proof of the usefulness of female missionaries."--Back cover.
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[Mary Martha Sherwood; Madras Tract and Book Society.; American Mission Press (Madras, India)]. The History Of Little Henry And His Bearer Paperback – October 5, by Mrs. Sherwood (Mary Martha) (Creator) See all 21 formats and editions Hide other. Little Henry explaining the scriptures to Boosy from the edition of Mrs.
Sherwood's The Story of Little Henry and his Bearer Boosy The little white boy sits between the Indian's legs, book in hand, his face turned away from the viewer to engage directly with the dark-skinned man. Little Henry and His Bearer by Mrs. Mary Martha Sherwood.
Henry L was born at Dinapore, in the East Indies. little Henry took his last leave of the lady, and came on shore; where he stood under the shade of a Braminee fig-tree [a tree, that takes root downward from it branches], watching the boat as it sailed down the broad stream of.
The Last Days of Boosy, the Bearer of Little Henry by T. Smith. With an Additional Engr. Title-Leaf Reading the Sequel to Little Henry and His Bearer, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the US Seller Rating: % positive.
Little Henry and his Bearer tells the story of Henry L, an orphan living at Dinapore in India. The first page tells of the loss of his father, who was killed in the East India Company's service whilst 'attacking a mud fort belonging to a Zemeendar ', and of the subsequent death of.
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1 () The Orphans of Normandy (, 2nd edition) Emancipation. Little Henry and His Bearer was a very popular children's book fromchronicling the relationship between a young English boy and his Indian manservant, Boosy. It is the epitome of colonial Anglican evangelicalism, and combines British nationalism with Christianity, culminating in the brave child Henry sacrificing himself as Boosy is 5/5().
Little Henry was raised in India by his bearer, a servant who takes care of children. He was taught the Hindu religion until a missionary lady from England taught him about Jesus Christ, and he embraced salvation wholeheartedly.
When she left she told him, by God's grace, to try to bring his bearer to Christ. It. Author of The history of little Henry and his bearer, The history of the Fairchild family; or; The child's manual, The lady of the manor, The history of Henry Milner, The history of the Fairchild family, Roxobel, The little woodman and his dog Caesar, The life of Mrs.
Sherwood. The History of Little Henry and his Bearer () was a popular children's book written by Mary Martha was continuously in print for 70 years after its initial publication  and was translated into French, German, Spanish, Hindustani (; ), Chinese, Marathi (), Tamil (), and Sinhalese.
 Telling the story of a young British boy who, on his deathbed, converts. Among her best known works are The History of Little Henry and his Bearer (), The History of Henry Milner (), and The History of the Fairchild Family ().
While Mary Martha Sherwood (née Butt; 6 May – 22 September ) was a prolific and /5. Little Henry and His Bearer by Mrs. Mary Martha Sherwood. First published inthis edition was published in First published inthis edition was published in The history of little Henry and his bearer by Sherwood, Mrs.
(Mary Martha), Publication date Publisher London, F. Houlston and son Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor The Library of Congress Contributor The Library of Pages: Descargar gratis The history of little henry and his bearer The history of little henry and his bearer Mary Martha Sherwood está disponible para descargary leer en formato PDF y EPUB.
Puedes acceder a millones de libros a través de esta página. Todos los libros se. The History of Little Henry and His Bearer () by Mary Martha Sherwood,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Mary Martha Sherwood.Mrs. (Mary Martha) Sherwood, The History of Little Henry and his elphia: American Sunday School Union, Little Henry, the earliest missionary story for children, was first published in Its enormous success has been compared to that of Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Written by the wife of a British army officer stationed in India, it tells the story of a six-year-old boy's.The History of Little Henry and His Bearer () Height: In Length: In Width: In Weight: lbsThis scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.