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John Manwaring Steward

1874-1937


The Mind of the Melanesian.
From Southern Cross Log, Vol. 20(2), London, February, 1914, pp. 21-29; Vol. 20(3), March, 1914, pp. 44-46.

The Primary Charge Delivered by the Right Reverend John Manwaring Steward, Bishop of the Diocese of Melanesia, in His Cathedral Church of S. Barnabas', Norfolk Island, on Monday, 6th October, 1919.
Printed at the Melanesian Mission Press, Norfolk Island, 1919.

The Annual Report of the Melanesian Mission for 1919.
From Melanesian Mission: Report Issued by the English Committee 1919, pages 9-19.
No place: Melanesian Mission, 1919.

The Annual Report of the Melanesian Mission for 1920.
From Melanesian Mission: Report Issued by the English Committee 1920, pages 9-13.
No place: Melanesian Mission, 1920.

An Oceanic Province.
No place: No publisher, 1921.

The Annual Report of the Melanesian Mission for 1921.
From Melanesian Mission: Report Issued by the English Committee 1921, pages 9-18.
No place: Melanesian Mission, 1921.

The Annual Report of the Melanesian Mission for 1922.
From Melanesian Mission: Report Issued by the English Committee 1922, pages 9-10.
No place: Melanesian Mission, 1922.

Hira no hoko no sasavo nina na soasivo e tabu mi hira na line tabu: Vaturana, Guadalcanar. (Book of Common Prayer in Vaturana Language)
No place: no publisher, 1922. [Translator with P. T. Williams.]

The Annual Report of the Melanesian Mission for 1924.
From Melanesian Mission: Report Issued by the English Committee 1924, pages 10-15.
No place: Melanesian Mission, 1924.

The Annual Report of the Melanesian Mission for 1925.
From Melanesian Mission: Report Issued by the English Committee 1925, pages 11-17.
No place: Melanesian Mission, 1925.

The Annual Report of the Melanesian Mission for 1927.
From Melanesian Mission: Report Issued by the English Committee 1927, pages 9-22.
No place: Melanesian Mission, 1927.

Regulations for the Mission Staff.
British Solomon Islands: Printed at the Melanesian Mission Press, 1925.

A Sermon Preached at S. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Wellington, on the 9th Sunday after Trinity, August 9th, 1925, on the occasion of the Consecration of the Right Reverend F. M. Molyneux, Assistant Bishop of Melanesia, by the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Bishop of Melanesia.
From the Southern Cross Log.

The Constitutions, Canons and Regulations of the Missionary Diocese of Melanesia together with such Canons and other Proceedings of the General Synod of the Church of New Zealand as affect the Missionary Diocese of Melanesia.
Auckland: C. V. Connolly and Co., 1926.

"The Brothers."
By John Manwaring Steward.
From Southern Cross Log (English edition), October 1, 1926, pages 8-12.

A Melanesian Use together with Notes on Ceremonial, etc.
By John Manwaring Steward, Fifth Bishop of Melanesia.
Melanesian Mission, Occasional Papers No. 3.
British Solomon Islands: Printed at the Melanesian Mission Press, Guadalcanar, 1926.

Hints on District Work
By John Manwaring Steward, Fifth Bishop of Melanesia.
Melanesian Mission, Occasional Papers No. 4.
British Solomon Islands: Printed at the Melanesian Mission Press, Guadalcanar, 1926.

O Loglue Ta England O Tur Loglue Si Tagai? O Letter I John Manwaring, I Bishop ta Melanesia o Tavelimai, Me rave mun gagi nol anana. [Is the Church of England a True Church?]
By John Manwaring Steward
British Solomon Islands: Printed at the Melanesian Mission Press, Guadalcanar, 1926.

"The Brothers"
Auckland: Star Office, 1928.

Namakalin Christ Thomas a Kempis me rave. The Imitation of Christ in the Mota Language.
Guadalcanar, British Solomon Islands: Melanesian Mission Press, 1928.

Melanesia in Pictures.
Leeds: Hunters Armley, 1931.

Letter by John Manwaring Steward
From The Southern Cross Log, Vol. 37, No. 6 (June, 1931), London, pages 83-84.

John Steward's Memories: Papers Written by the Late Bishop Steward of Melanesia
Edited with an Introduction by M. R. Newbolt
Chester: Phillipson and Golder Ltd., 1939.


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