Women Workers of the Orient (Classic Reprint)
The Central Committee, following the program suggested by the Committee of Twenty-eight, presents this, its eighteenth volume, Women Workers of the Orient, While in some countries of the Orient there is as yet little suggestion of industrialism and its problems, with which we are so familiar, women have always had, in every land, their own heavy burdens, industrial and economic. Miss Burton has treated the subject broadly, rather than in a narrow and technical sense. She has shown in each chapter, but more especially in the last, the relation of missionaries to the oppressed and weary women of the East, such women as the Master taught in Judea and Galilee. This great company must look today to His representatives for His message which alone can bring full liberation and development. We are indebted to Miss Burton for a wealth of new material, the result of wide travel and research. She has given us a valuable text-book, which will supply the best possible outlines for programs and study classes.
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An epistolary poem to John Dryden, Esq. occasion'd by the much lamented death of the Right Honourable James, Earl of Abingdon / by William Pittis ... (1699)