The New Koran of the Pacifican Friendhood: Text-book of Turkish Reformers, In the Teaching and Example of Their Esteemed Master Jaido Morata

TitleThe New Koran of the Pacifican Friendhood: Text-book of Turkish Reformers, In the Teaching and Example of Their Esteemed Master Jaido Morata
Year for Search1861
Authors[Vickers], [John](b. 1836)
Tertiary AuthorsMaster Jaido Morata [pseud.]
Date Published1861
PublisherGeorge Manwaring
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author, UK author
Annotation

Detailed conservative religious eutopia in the form of a holy book that includes “The Book of Labours,” “The Book of Questions,” “The Book of Counsels,” and “The Book of Duties”. Stress on the unity of all peoples. See also his The Book of Bander: A Scripture-Form Story of Past and Present Times, by The Author of “The New Koran” [pseud.]. London: Williams & Norgate, 1891.

Additional Publishers

Later ed. entitled The New Koran; or, Federan Monitor In the Teaching and Example of Our Esteemed Master, Jaido Morata [pseud.]. London: E. T. Whitefield, 1874.

Title Note

Later ed. entitled The New Koran; or, Federan Monitor In the Teaching and Example of Our Esteemed Master, Jaido Morata [pseud.]. London: E. T. Whitefield, 1874.

Pseudonym

Master Jaido Morata [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(b. 1836)

Full Text

1861 [Vickers, John] (b. 1836). The New Koran of the Pacifican Friendhood: Text-book of Turkish Reformers, In the Teaching and Example of Their Esteemed Master Jaido Morata [pseud.]. London: George Manwaring. Later ed. entitled The New Koran; or, Federan Monitor In the Teaching and Example of Our Esteemed Master, Jaido Morata [pseud.]. London: E. T. Whitefield, 1874. L, OCl, PSt

Detailed conservative religious eutopia in the form of a holy book that includes “The Book of Labours,” “The Book of Questions,” “The Book of Counsels,” and “The Book of Duties”. Stress on the unity of all peoples. See also his The Book of Bander: A Scripture-Form Story of Past and Present Times, by The Author of “The New Koran” [pseud.]. London: Williams & Norgate, 1891.