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GENERAL BAPTIST ALMANACK,
BEAUTIFULLY 1884. ILLUSTRATED.
(NINTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION).
EDITED BY REV. JOSEPH FLETCHER.
CONTJNTS. A Triple Motto for 1884.
Can you toach the Road to Heavon ? The Editor's Greeting.
Our Chapels and Ministers. Dr. Dawson Burns (with Portrait).
Our Local Preachers, Sunday School Lessons.
Mongol Praying Mills. Text Calendar.
Mongol Fables. The General Baptist Faith.
A Sermon and no Sermon.
John Knox's Courtship.
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The Part for FEBRUARY will containMatter and_Mind. Paper No. I. Sunday Talk with Boys and Girls. By H. B. CROFTS, B.A.
Reviews of Books. A Bible Tour in the Abruzzi. Correspondence. By Rev. N. H. SHAW.
News of the Churches.
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