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The third in the series continues with the life story of John Bunyan McCure as he came to stay in Sydney in 1861. His bold public preaching extended even to holding a service on board a ship docked at Circular Quay, which was attended by 1200 people. He describes the exhaustive preaching and lecturing tours he undertook in order to meet the debt of building a new chapel, which included a journey of 32,000 miles to England and back. To be successful in this, only to encounter personal tragedy on his return, makes for a most moving account.