Reminiscences of a Missionary Bishop

New York: Thomas Whittaker, Circa 1906. Third printing. Hardcover. 498pp. Octavo [21 cm] Blue cloth with gilt stamped titles, and a gilt stamped emblem on the front board. Top edge gilt. Good. The edges of the spine and covers are rubbed and gently bumped. The spine is faded and discolored, very subtly rolled, and has two small stains. There are a couple of very small splits in the cloth at the ends of the spine. The hinges have been professionally restored. There is a contemporary notation on the front free endsheet. There is an 8 inch crack in the front pastedown. There are several very small losses from the edges of the pastedown. The pages are very mildly browned. Item #28449

Tuttle was consecrated missionary bishop of Montana, Idaho, and Utah, in Trinity chapel, New York in 1867. Later, in 1880, Montana was made into a separate missionary jurisdiction, and Idaho and Utah remained under the charge of Bishop Tuttle. Then in 1884 Columbia college appointed him as its representative at the tercentenary of the University of Edinburgh. Nevertheless, Bishop Tuttle was active in the discussion of the Mormon question in Utah for years.

Price: $75.00

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