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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

£2,023,167 6 1 Annual Income

£331,869 13 0 Bonus Apportioned

£801,656 6 2 Claims Paid ...

£2,103,588 6 9 AL LL Claims are settled Fourteen days after proof.

Prospectuses, Forms, and all information may be obtained at the Chief Office, or of the Agents.

W. W. BAYNES, F.I.A., Secretary.
Active Agents required in various districts.
FREEDOM FROM COUGAS IN TEN MINUTES IS INSURED, AND

CONSUMPTION AND ASTHMA
In all stages are instantly relieved by

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RLOCOCK'S
PULMONIC WAFERS

Wucu TASTE PLEASANTLY, AND EFFECT A RAPID CURE, IN BRONCHITIS. PAINS IN THE CHEST, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, COLDS, WHOOPING COUGH, WHEEZING, PÅLEGM, AND ALL DISORDERS

OF THE BREATH, THROAT, AND LUNGS,

-"they act like a charm."

Nothing else gives such a sound refreshing night's rost. UNPAILING AND SPEEDY RELIEF OP WINTER COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, &o.—"My elderly customers find no better medicine for their Winter Coughs, and ench year I get renewed testimony to the value and good effects that DR. Locock's PULMONIO WAFBRS nover fail to produce in the most serious cases, as well as in slight bronchial attacks."-Signed, W. H. TURNER, M.P.S., Totterdown, Bristol.

TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS. DR. Locock's WAPBRS are invaluable; in a low hours thoy removo all hoarseness, and wonderfully increase the power and flexibility of the voice."

Full Directions in English, French, Spanish, and German, are with every Box. Sold by all Druggists and Medicine Vendors. Price 18. 17d., 28. 9d., 41. 6d., and 11s. per Box. VISITORS TO LONDON

Requiring a “Home from Home," should stay at

HOUSDEN'S PRIVATE & COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 15, 16, & 17, King Street, Wilson Street,

FINSBURY SQUARE,

Within a few minutes walk of the Bank Moorgate St. f Liverpool St. Railway Stations.

Unsurpassed for cleanliness and quietnos& Charges moderate, viz.:-Beds, 2/- and 2/6; Breakfast or Tea, 1/3

and 1/9; Attendance, ed. per day. TESTIMONIALS FROM A LARGE NUMBER

From Mr. J. G. WINKS, Publisher, Leicester. One of the few homely and comfortable hotels to be found in London, where you will be well catered for at a moderate charge"

A REALLY GOOD PEN.

Winks & Son's First-class White Pen. From Rev. J. CLIFFORD, M.A., LL.B.–

"It is the best pen I can lay hold of, and I have tried all sorts."

Borcs sont post free on receipt of Stamps to the amount-1 Gross Box, 1/9; 6 dozen, 1/- ; 3 dozen, 6d. Agents wanted. A good profit allowed.

Addrose : WINKS & SON, High Street, Leicostor,

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FENNINGS' EVERY MOTHER'S BOOK_sent post free on application by letter or

post card. Direct Alfred Fennings, West Cowes, I.W. DO NOT LET YOUR CHILD DIET Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis. Fennings Children's Powders Prevent Convulsions.

ARE COOLING AND SOOTHING.

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LORD'S-DAY OFFERING ENVELOPES .
Cream Laid, plain gummed, 3/6 por 1000; 5,000 at 3/- per 1000.

Do. Stamped plain “Lord's-day Offering," 4/- per 1000 ; 5,000 at 3/6.

Do. Stamped in colours, 4/6 per 1,000; 5,000 at 41–
Ruled Books for Lord's-Day Offering Receipts, 1/6 and 2/6 each.

APPLY DIRECT TO WINKS SON, LEICESTER.

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TRADE MARK.

A MOST VALUABLE AND USEFUL HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE.

WHELPTON'S

VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS
Are one of those rare medicines which, for their extraordinary properties, bave gained an almost

UNIVERSAL REPUTATION.
During a period of nearly Fifty Years they have been most extensively used as a FAMILY
MEDICINE, thousands having found them a simple and safe remedy, and one needful to be
kept

always at hand.

These Pills are purely vegetable, being ontirely free from Mercury or any other Mineral, and those who may not hitherto have proved their efficacy will do well to give them a trial. Recommended for disorders of the HEAD, CHÉST, BOWELS,

LIVER, and KIDNEYS; also in RHEUMATISM, ULCERS, SORES, and all SKIN DISEASES—these Pills being a DIRECT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD.

In Boxes, price 7fd., 18. 14d., and 28. 92., byi G. WHELPTON & SON, 8, (Crane Court, Fleet Street, London, and sent free to any part of the United Kingdom on receipt of 8, 14 or 88 Stamps. Sold by all Chomists at home and abroad.

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LONDON:
E. MARLBOROUGH & Co., 51, OLD BAILEY.

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LEICESTER: WINKS & SON.

INDEX.

EDITORIAL NOTES :

PAGE Pages 29, 66, 105, 145, 186, 225, 267, 306,

346, 387, 425, 457

MISCELLANEA :

A Miner's Experience..
Thoughts for Thoughtful Girls

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 ...

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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 ..

212
Only a Leaf-Lloyd
American Church Life--Rev. C. Payne... 241
John Wycliffe-- Rev. W. R. Stevenson ... 246
The Talking Tools

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

Rev. J.
Salisbury

404
Music in the Home-Rev. F. Todd 409
A Sceptic at a Christian's Grave-Rev.
G. W. M'Cree

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.

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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

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OUR PULPITS:-
The Hands that hang down-Rev. W.
Underwood, D.D.

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

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388, 459

CORRESPONDENCE :
The Training of the Modern Pastor

-W. J. Lacey 26
Do. do. do. - Dr. Clifford 63
How to Improve the Singing in Sunday
Schools

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

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