Hint to Christians and Ministers, Suggested by Reading Captain Parry's Voyage in Quest of a North-West Passage
Joshua Marsden, Newark
Exploration, Heroism, Piety, Christianity
Uses William E Parry's endurance of 'ten thousand nameless ills' for the 'paltry lure' of 'science, honour, [and] fame' to emphasize the obligation of the Christian to travel widely at the divine command.
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