Life & Work
in 1901 in London as a 363-page book.
(Gypsy) Smith, 1860-1947, was born in a tent, raised on a Gypsy camp,
never attended a school - not even for a day! - yet he influenced the
lives of millions of people for God through his powerful preaching. He
was converted in 1876 and, the next year, was invited by General William
Booth to join him in evangelistic work. He served as an officer with the
Salvation Army until 1882. He then began ministering as an itinerent evangelist
working with a variety of organisations all over the world, but particularly
in Britain and America.
here for more biographical information
online book was originally found on Revival-Library.org,
a U.K. Web site devoted to histories of great revivals and their leaders.
Permission granted for placement on this site.