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Robertsbridge. - Mr. Cor. Sharp, Tetbury. - Mr. Barnard, 20th,
27th. Rollright.—Mr. C. Pratt, 13th. Tonbridge. – Mr. Row, 6th, 13th,
, Rotherfield (Providence). Mr. & 20th ; Mr. Chris. Sharp, 27th.
Dye, 6th; Mr. Bradshaw, 13th & Services for humiliation and prayer 27th.
on the 9th : Mr. Newton, afterShoreham (Providence Chapel). - noon; Mr. Row, evening.
Mr. Barnes, 6th & 20th ; Mr. Read, Torquay.-Mr. Clancey, 6th & 20th; 13th ; Mr. Botten, 27th.
Mr. Leaman, 13th ; Mr. Tabor, Smallfield.—Mr. Botten, 13th.
27th. Southborough. — Mr. Pratt, 11th, Wallingford.—Mr. Bloxham, 27th.
Warrington.-Mr. Phillips, 20th. Southwick.-Mr.James Smith, 13th. Welwyn.-Mr. Knill, 20th. Stamford. — Mr. E. Fox, 20th, & .
Westoning.-Mr. Gentle, 20th. 22nd even.
Wimbledon.—Mr. Bond, 27th. Stapleford.—Mr. Simkin, pastor. Winchmore Hill.
Mr. Mason, Stotfold (Rehoboth).-Mr. Mitche- 6th; Mr. Martin, 13th; Mr. Munns, nall, Feb. 3rd.
16th, even.; Mr. Lloyd, 20th ; Studley.-Mr. Joseph Smith, 27th. Mr. Lodge, 27th. Sudbury (Ebenezer).—Mr. Hudson, Woobern Green.--Mr. C. Pratt, 13th, & Feb. 3rd & 17th.
6th. Swindon (Rehoboth). – Mr. John Wootton Bassett. Mr. Millard, Smith, 20th.
Crown 8vo, 40 pages, price 2d., post free, Sorrow and Joy: a Declaration of God's Dealings with Ellen Taylor. Also some Fragments in Verse, written by her. With Preface by Mr. Frederick Marshall.
· Ellen Taylor had her dark side as well as her bright one; and the peculiarly clear
in which she describes the conflict between grace and sin is pleasing to the reader. Indeed, we do not know when we have met with so pithy, short, and yet so sound an account, both in experience and doctrine.
We give the book our hearty approval, and desire our readers may be edified by reading the “Sorrow and Joy” of Ellen Taylor.'-Gospel Standard.
"The pamphlet before us may well be read with interest, as bespeaking, in her own plain and telling language, the daily experiences of one taught and trained by the Lord Himself, in such a totally distinctive way from the noise and excitement of the sensational and superficial which for most part so painfully characterize the religion of the present day.'-Gospel Magazine.
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SERMON BY JOHN OWEN, D.D., Dean of Christ Church and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, 1652.
Crown 8vo, 48 pages, price 3d., post free ; 12 copies, 28. 6d., post free, Dr. Owen's Sermon, The Chamber of Imagery in the Church of Rome laid open; or, An Antidote against Popery. With a Memoir of the Author.
• This is an invaluable discourse, and admirably adapted to the present time. We most heartily commend it to our readers.'— True Catholic, published by The Religious Tract Society.
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'Thou hast shewed thy people hard things: thou hast made us to drink
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A Living Epistle .
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Exposition by John Calvin 150, 217,
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For Ever with the Lord
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In the World ye shall have Tribulation 143
Israel's Hope Encouraged. By John
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Peace of Conscience.
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The Blessed People and the Joyful
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The Word of His Grace.