Search

Contact us

 

Slide sets

Slides

Other images

People

Organisations

Events

Locations

Hardware

Texts

Keywords

Collections

Person: EAMES, Reverend John, M.A.  (fl. 1890s-1910s)

Biographical summary of this person
Name
Reverend John EAMES  M.A.
Gender
male
Relevance of this person
author of texts used with slide sets
Main period of activity
1890s-1910s
Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
date unknown
born at
unknown location
date unknown
died at
unknown location
Texts linked to this person
Compilations (2)

John Eames, Sermons to boys and girls (London: H.R. Allenson, 1898)

John Eames, The shattered temple: and other addresses to young people (London: H.R. Allenson, 1911)


Sermons (15)

John Eames, ‘Faithfulness’ in Sermons to boys and girls (1898)

John Eames, ‘God's flowers of promise’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘The greatness of little things’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘Heaven six inches over our heads’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘The king and the cathedral’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘A little child shall lead’ in Sermons to boys and girls (1898)

John Eames, ‘'Living poems'’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘Looking into the face of Christ’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘The narrow way’ in Sermons to boys and girls (1898)

John Eames, ‘The road of the loving heart’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘'A shabby victory'’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘The shattered temple’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘The story of the fourth wise man’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘'That means you'’ in The shattered temple (1911)

John Eames, ‘Ulysses: or 'Put on the whole armour of God'’ in The shattered temple (1911)

Lucerna ID  6005369

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 13 July 2020

How to cite this record: all the information in Lucerna is freely available for use for any legal non-commercial purpose. If you use any of the information or any images from this page, please credit Lucerna in the following (or an equivalent) style:

  Lucerna Magic Lantern Web Resource, lucerna.exeter.ac.uk, item 6005369. Accessed 22 July 2024.

All Lucerna data is published in good faith as the latest known version of the information, but without any guarantee as to its accuracy or completeness. If you can correct or add to our information, or supply any images, please Contact us.