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THE LATE EDITOR OF THE SOWER AND GLEANER included in his list of books a choice selection of works of truth, which will be sent post free to any one ordering to the amount of 4d. and upwards. The attention of Ministers, Sunday-school Teachers, and all lovers of truth, is called to these works, * as calculated to be made a blessing if widely distributed.
Stamps, or a Post Office Order, payable at Shefford, should accompany each order. Address, Mi88 KENT, Day School, Clifton Road, Shefford, Beds.
•See LITTLE GLEANER for October. CLIFTON SELECTION.-Large Type: a, cloth, sprinkled edges, 28.6d.,
a, or per dozen, £1 48.; b, roan, 38., or per dozen, £1 108.; c, black leather, 38. 6d., or per dozen, 61 148. ; d, French morocco, gilt, 38. 9d., or per dozen, 61 178. ; 6, whole calf, gilt edges, 58., or per dozen, 62 108. The smaller print, 18. 3d., or 128.
per dozen, cloth; 1s. 6d., or 158. per dozen, roan; 18. 90., or 178. per dozen, purple leather; 28., or £1 per dozen, French morocco, gilt ; 28. fd., or £1 48. per dozen, morocco gilt. Carriage free, from M188 A. Kent, Shefford, Beds. We trust every one of our readers will order a copy. The work cost the late Editor much labour, and is published at a very low price, that its spread and uso. fulness may thus be increased. It is intended for private as well as public UBA.
CLIFTON HYMNAL FOR THE YOUNG.-Price 6d., 80., 10d., and 18. ; 458., 558., 708., and 85s. per 100, free to London, or to any station of the Midland or Great Northern Railways. A carefully selected Book of Hymns, with many originals, by the late Editor of the GLEANER and SUWER.
CLIFTON TUNE BOOK, Second Edition, with additions, containing a selection of favourite tunes, with a number written expressly for this work. Suited to Clifton Hymn Book, Clifton Hymnal, and all Hymn Books. Price 1s. in cloth, ls. 60. in leather. Post free, from Miss Kent, Shefford, Beds.
Second Edition, cloth boards, price 28. 6d. Handsome morocco, 68. MEMOIR OF THE LATE SEPTIMUS SEARS.
This work contains an account of his Early Life, Call by Grace, Afflictions, Spiritual Exercises, Ministerial Labours, &c., &c., with a BEAUTIFUL PORTRAIT ENGRAVED ON STEEL,
This Memoir is an interesting and valuable work. London: HoulsTON AND SONS; Miss KENT, Day School, Shefford, Beds. E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath, 8.E.; or of any Bookseller.
WORKS BY THE LATE J. C. PHILPOT, M.A. Letters by the late Joseph Charles Philpot, M.A., formerly Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford, and for twenty years Editor of the Gospel Standard. With a Brief Memoir of his Life and Labours, and a Portrait on Steel. Price reduced to 38. cloth ; 58. half calf ; 88. full calf.
Memoir of the late William Tiptaft. Second Edition. Price 1s. stitched ; ls. 4d. cloth flush ; ls. 6d. cloth boards; 2s, 6d, half calf.
Meditations on Matters of Christian Faith and Experience. First and Second Series. Price 38. cloth ; 48. 6d, half calf, each Series.
The True, Proper, and Eternal Sonship of the Lord Jesus Christ. Price 6d. sewed ; 18. cloth.
The Advance of Popery. With a Preface by Mr. Hazelrigg. Sixth Thousand. 18. stitched ; lg. 6d. cloth.
Sermons by Mr. Philpot. Reprinted from “Zoar Chapel Pulpit." Price 14d. and 2d. Two or more Sermons post free.
The above works may be obtained, post free, from Mrs. PAILPOT, 6, Sydenham Road, Croydon.
PHILPOT'S LETTERS ON THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL.-Re-published, with Introduction. Post free 14d., or six for 6d. From E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath, S.E.
THE WILLOW-BOUND HARP, and other Poems and Hymns. Published at 2s. 6d. plain, 3s. 62. gilt edged; reduced price, 23. and 38., post free. “ Leaflets of Autumn,” “The New and Old Years,' “ Christmas Bells," &c., &c., 8d.
dozen. “ In Memoriam of the Sunderland Disaster," 1d. each, or 10d. per dozen, all post free.
To bé had of the Author, G. H. M. READ, 32, Pleasant Place, Margate.
EDUCATION.-Warkworth House School, Cambridge, conducted by J. P. WILES, M.A. (late Foundation Scholar of Trinity College, and 14th Wrangler, 1872). The course of instruction includes the ordinary English subjects, the French language, Mathematics, and Classics. Pupils are prepared for the University and the various Public Examinations. Boarders have the privilege of attending a place of worship where the truths of vital godliness are faithfully preached. For terms, references, &c., address, Warkworth House, Cambridge.
EDUCATIONAL.-Parents seeking a superior school, where their sons will receive a thoroughly sound Education, combined with kind and careful Christian training, should apply for prospectuses to Mr. G. P. PBARCE, A.C.P., Pennington Hall, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells. References kindly per. mitted to MR. HULL, and other parents of pupils. Admission at any time.
ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, The Elms, Bampton, Oxon. Conducted by the Misses PEMBREY. Prospectuses and References on application.
LADIES’_SCHOOL, VINE COTTAGE, LONGFORD, near COVENTRY.-Principals, the Misses ORTON. The Year of Study is divided into three terms, commencing January, Ma and eptember. Terms and references on application.
HUBBARD'S EMBROCATION (No. 1) FOR THE PEOPLE.Sanctioned by Her Majesty's Government. Protected under the Trade Marks' Act (38 and 39 Vict., ch. 91.). Enacted by the “Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,” 13th August, 1876. The Genuine Hubbard's Embrocation " bears the Registered Trade Mark, to copy which is felony. A speedy remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough, &c. The ingredients are purely vegetable, and it possesses properties which render it invaluable, as is proved by its having retained the favour with which it was received twenty-five years since, and by its having gradually acquired a wide reputation as a household remedy. It is an honest remedy, well worthy of the voluntary testimonials with which the public have favoured it. Being the best counter-irritant, it can be used with confidence in those diseases for which the Medical Profession recommend counter-irritants and rubefacients, such as Rheumatism, Sprains, Chest Colds, &c.
May be obtained through any Chemist or Medicine Vendor throughout the United Kingdom, ls. 6d. and 2s. 9d. per bottle. BARCLAY and Sons, Wholesale Agents, 95, Farringdon Street, London, E.C. ; and W. TROUGHTON, 101, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, S.W.
Testimonials may be had on application to W. HUBBARD, Pakefield House, Lowestoft. Respectable Agents wanted. Liberal Commission allowed.
CLIFTON CHAPEL FUNDS.
A SITTING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM, FURNISHED.-TO BE LET for the winter, on very moderate terms. Near to Mr. IIULL’s Chapel. Address, M. L. H., care of Mr. D. Vine, 34, High Street, Hastings,
BAPTIST CHAPEL, STEVENAGE,—Special Services on December 26th, Afternoon and Evening, by Mr. BOORNE, of Greenwich. Collections in aid of Sunday-school.
Now Ready, Price One Penny. THE LITTLE GLEANER.-The number for November containsMartin Luther (Illustrated) -- Bethlehem (Illustrated)—Bible Subjects—John Howard-Well Answered-Among Heroes and Martyrs; or, Studies from the King's Records—A Word of Advice-Our Young Naturalists' Page-Arrival of a Live Walrus-“ Frisk”-Commonplace-At Mercy's Door-Greatest and Best; or, A Bundle of Superlatives-- Happiness: How to Find It—Death Roll of Niagara-Answers to Bible Questions—Answers to Bible Enigmas-A Tame Wasp-Interesting Items, &c., &c.-Two, four, six, or more copies post free, from E. WILMSHURST, Bookseller, Blackheath.
Adopted by the Luther Commemoration Committee. THE LIFE AND WORK OF LUTHER.--A Tract of thirty-two pages, with eight pages of coloured wrapper. Price One Penny. This Tract contains a comprehensive view of the principal events in the great Reformer's life, of the times in which he lived, and of the noble work he was by God enabled to undertake and accomplish. Portraits of Luther and Erasmus. May be ordered of any Bookseller; or will be sent direct by the Publisher, carriage paid, for 1s. Id. per dozen, or 78. per hundred.
London: WILLIAM WILEMAN, 34, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street. REMARKS BY A NONCONFORMIST MINISTER upon Mr. Gladstone's Speech on the Affirmation Bill. One Penny, or 6s. 6d. per 100.
London : WILLIAM WILEMAN, 34, Bouverie Street, E.C. THE PURE TRUTH MISSION TRACTS. No. I.-SALVATION, How Attained or Produced. No. II.-TWO CLASSES. Price 1s. 6d. per 100 copies, post free.
W. WILEMAN, 34, Bouverie Street, E.C.; or the Secretary, Pure Truth Mission, Hull.
The profit will be devoted to the Mission Fund. Back numbers of GLEANER and SOWER will be thankfully accepted.
REMARKS upon Mr. Gladstone's Speech on the Affirmation Bill. By Mr. H LERIGG. Id., or 6s, 6d. per hundred.
London: W. WILEMAN, 34, Bouverie Street, E.C. CHRISTIAN HEROE AND HERO-CHRISTIANS.-An Essay read at the Mutual Improvement Society, Zion Chapel, Leicester. Mr. HAZLERIGG., One Penny.
London : W. WILFMAN, 34, Bouverie Street, E.C. TEARS OF PILGRIMS, 1s. LIFE'S EVENTIDE, Is. Bd. By W. FRITH, PARTRIDGE, Paternoster Row; or of the Author, Gunnersbury, 'W., post free.
By Price 1s. Handsome Cloth, Gilt. THE MORTE STONE; or, Caution and Counsel for the Young. By EBENEZER WILMSHURST. With several Illustrations.
"None of your nod-your-head and go to sleep Sunday-school Addresses, but all alive and awake ones, enforced by crisp dewy illustrations and anecdotes, and all leading to personal piety and robust godliness. Get it and study it, Mr. Proser, next time you intend to torture the children from the platform, and if they do not open their eyes—and keep them open-we shall open ours in surprise.”—Mr. C. H. Spurgeon, in the “ Sword and Trowel.” London Publishers : HOULSTON AND Sons, Paternoster Buildings. Post
free from E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath. SUNDAY SCHOOL ADDRESSES, suitable for distribution amongst the young, by John PRIOR, a teacher in Gower Street Chapel Sunday School. No. 1, GRACE; No. 2, REMEMBER THY CREATOR; No. 3, THE BIBLE. Id. each, or 8d. per dozen, post free. C. A. BARTLETT and Co., Warwick Buildings, Paternoster Row, London ; or of any bookseller.
ROTHER HOUSE SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, COLLEGE PARK, LEWISHAM.-Principals, The Misses BARTON. In the above School the pupils are under the special care of the Principals, who study their health and comfort. Terms moderate. Pupils are prepared for the Local Examinations.
DENHAM HOUSE, LEE, near BLACKHEATH, KENT.Principal, Miss VIDLER. The above Ladies' School has been established over twenty years. The pupils are under the special care of the Principal, who studies their health and comfort. Terms moderate. Pupils are prepared for the Local Examinations.
REAL SHETLAND WRAPS.--A real Shetland Wool Shawl, 48 in. square, sent post free on receipt of 2s. Three for 5s. 9d. Colours-Black, Black and White, Grey, Shaded Cardinal, Cardinal and White. These Wraps give universal satisfaction wherever they are sent, and are believed to be the best value ever offered at the price. Washing directions sent with each order. A trial solicited.-J. L. BARRAUD, 17, 18, and 19, Manchester Road, Bradford.
HUBBARD'S EMBROCATION (No. 2) FOR HORSES AND QATTLE.-Sanctioned by Her Majesty's Government. Protected under the Trade Marks' Act (38 and 39 Vict., ch. 91.) Enacted by the “Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,”' 13th August, 1876. The Genuine Hubbard's Embrocation” bears the Registered Trade Mark, to copy which is felony. The Embrocation possesses properties which render it invaluable to owners of Horses and Cattle, as is proved by its having gradually acquired a world-wide reputation as an indispensable stable requisite, the ultimate verdict of the Public being that no stable is complete without it
. The many testimonials we have received prove the truth of our statement. It is a safe remedy for Bruises, Sprains, Lameness in the Shoulders and Hip Joints, Strains in the Back Sinews, and Stiff and Contracted Muscles ; for Poil Evil, Strangles, Influenza, Swels lings, Inflammation, and Foul in Beasts' Feet; for Cuts, Green Wounds, Escape of Joint Oil, and Running Thrush.
May be obtained through any Chemist or Medicine Vendor throughout the United Kingdom, 18. 6d. and 38. per bottle. BARCLAY and Sons, Wholesale Agents, 95, Farringdon Street, London, E.C.; and W. TROUGHTON, 101, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, S.W.
Testimonials may be had on application to W. HUBBARD, Pakefield Houso, Lowestoft. Respectable Agents wanted. Liberal Commission allowed.