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' A Continent of Contrasts :
Memories of thirty-five years in South America'
The Rt. Rev. E. F. Every ,
O.B.E., D.D.,
Assistant Bishop of Derby
Thirty-five years ago, after being curate and vicar for nearly twenty years in various towns in North-East England, Dr. Every went to South America as Bishop of the Falkland Islands. These islands formed only an infinitesimal fraction of his huge and varied diocese on the mainland of South America. In 1909 it was divided, and from that date until his return to England last summer Dr. Every was Bishop of Argentina and Eastern South America.
For more than a generation he has been responsible for Anglican work in an area stretching from Cape Horn to Brazil and from the Andes Mountains to the Atlantic. Thus he has first-hand knowledge of the lonely colonists on the Falkland Islands and of the British communities in the cities of the mainland, and also of the work of the South American Missionary Society among the primitive ' Indian ' people of the South America Chaco and other regions.


Unknown: Rev. E. F. Every

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