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LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
Chief Office: Moorgate Street, London, E.C.
Chairman — SIR Wm. MCARTHUR, K.C.M.G., M.P. This Society has been established Forty years, and has issued above Fortythree Thousand Policies. Assurance Fund
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£331,869 13 0 Bonus Apportioned
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EDITORIAL NOTES :
PAGE Pages 29, 66, 105, 145, 186, 225, 267, 306,
346, 387, 425, 457
A Miner's Experience..
95 Impassioned Words- Rev. T. Jones 171 Joining the Church-Rev. Dr. Cuyler 172 The Wycliffe Celebration-Rev. W. R. Stevenson
222 The Teaching of the Apostles-Rev. J. Fletcher
255 Man and Woman-Prof. Swing
299 No Retreat
305 The Canadian Baptists Keep the Life Pure
343 A Sunday in Paris–Z. T. Dowen Anecdotes Illustrative of New Testament Texts
375 The London Temperance Hospital-Dr. Dawson Burns.
415 The Sunday School Union's Christmas Parcel ...
ESSAYS AND PAPERS :
PAGE The Editors to their Readers
1 Greeting the New Year with Joy-Rev. E. H. Jackson
5 Bannocks from the Land o Cakes-Rev. J. Fletcher
8 Katherine Von Bora-Rev. W. R. Stevenson...
12 A Bible Tour in the Abruzzi and the Marches-Rev. N. H. Shaw...
41 Truth-Identities of Religion and Science
-H. Baptist Crofts, B.A. 46, 124, 252, 369 Impressions of England in 1883–Rev. J. F. Stevenson
50 The Mahdi-Rev. H. Wood
56 Choosing a Minister-A. Shortman 81 Major-General Gordon-Rev. J. Fletcher 88 In Memoriam: John Earp, of Melbourne 91 How may we get at the People
121 Maria Mathsdotter, the Maiden Apostle of Lapland - Marie Compston
129 A Thoughtful M.P.--Rev. Fletcher 135 A Vis.t to Loreto--Rev. N. H. Shaw 161 Simon Peter at Fault-Rev. T. R. Stevenson...
167 General Baptists-Rev. J. Clifford, D.D. 201 The Early Days of Hans Sachs-Rev. J. Salisbury
205 A Welsh Association-Rev. J. Fletcher" 208 Social Evils and Individual Responsi. bility-Rev. E. Carrington ..
294 What to do with Differences and Divi.
sions in Churches-Rev. W. H. Tetley 321 Princess Alice-Rev. J. Fletcher
324 A Young English woman's First Visit to Switzerland
328, 364 The Present Conditions and Claims of
our Village Churches--J. T. Atton 361 Dr. R. W. Dale on Baptism-Rev. W. R. Stevenson
401 Lutterworth and Wycliffe
411 The Church's Attitude towards Amusements-Rev. W. Bishop
441 The Lord is Mindful-Lloyd
448 A Few Words for our Deaf Friends to
Look at- Rev. M. T. Eastwood.
FORWARD MOVEMENTS Nero Chapels
and Schools :Hyson Green-new chapel
69 New Basford-new schools
69 Crewe-new chapel
108, 461 Hornsey-proposed new chapel
147 Loughborough (Baxter Gate) new school-rooms
147 Lincoln-Thos. Cooper Memorial chapel 147 Walsall-opening of new school
147 Allerton-new chapel ...
17 The Noble Army of Martyrs-Rev. C. Rushby
53 Christian Work-Rev. A. Firth
85 Goodwill to Men-Rev. Sim Hirst... 132 The Vultures and the Carcase-Rev. H. Wood
406 NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS :Pages 66, 106, 146, 185, 224, 267, 307, 348,
226 Landport-new chapel
226, 427 Lineholme-new school
226 Stapleford-new schools
226 Wirksworth-new chapel.
227 Nantwich-proposed new chapel 349
-W. J. Lacey 26
104 Do, do. do.
140 Ill-gotten Gains-Rev. J. Salisbury 175 A Budget Committee for the Connexion 304 Tendencies of Religious Thought Spectator
886 Sunday Opening of Libraries and Mü