Twice Born; or, the Two Lives of Henry O. WIlls, Evangelist. Being a Narrative of Mr. Wills's Remarkable Experiences as a Wharf-Rat, a Sneak-Thief, a Convict, a Soldier, a Bounty-Jumper, a Fakir, a Fireman, a Ward-Heeler, and a Plug-Ugly. Also, A History of his Most Wondrous Conversion to God, and of His Famous Achievements as an Evangelist. Henry O. Wills.

Twice Born; or, the Two Lives of Henry O. WIlls, Evangelist. Being a Narrative of Mr. Wills's Remarkable Experiences as a Wharf-Rat, a Sneak-Thief, a Convict, a Soldier, a Bounty-Jumper, a Fakir, a Fireman, a Ward-Heeler, and a Plug-Ugly. Also, A History of his Most Wondrous Conversion to God, and of His Famous Achievements as an Evangelist.

Cincinnati: Western Methodist Book Concern, 1890. Wood-cut illustrations. First Edition. 8vo. 7-1/2" x 5-3/16". Green cloth covered boards stamped in gold. A little faint spotting on cover. Overall a very good to fine copy. Item #894

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