COMMISSARY TO THE LATE BISHOP.
"We need as much the cross we bear
As air we breathe, as light we see;
It draws us to Thy side in prayer;
It binds us to our strength in Thee." A.L. WARING.
Chapter I. Eton and Oxford--Death of his Guardian, Sir Robert Peel, and Change of Career--Wells, Cuddesden
Chapter II. Removal to St. Paul's, Oxford--Character of His Ten Year's Pastorate--Accepts the See of Nassau
Chapter III. Arrival in the Bahamas--Blockade-running--Early Visitations--The "Wreckers"--Disendowment Troubles, and first Return to England
Chapter IV. The Bishop on Visitation--General Retrospect of His Missionary Tours in the Out-islands
Chapter V. The Bishop at Home--Conference of West Indian Episcopate at Demerara--Deaths of Revs. Albert Rivers and William Hildyard
Chapter VI. Session of the Church Synod of 1874--Candidates for the Mission-Field--Confession--Public Worship Act--Perilous Visitation Cruise
Chapter VII. Last Visit to England--Death of His Only Daughter--Return to Nassau, and First Session of the New Synod--Attack of Dysentery--Departure for America--New York--Hartford--Death
Chapter VIII. Reception of the Intelligence at Nassau--General Estimate of the Bishop's Character--Conclusion