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EXCELLENT PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE FOLLOWING MINISTERS (Carte size).—Messrs. Boorne, Buysee, Davis, Dye, Frost, Hammond, Harbour, Hewitt, Hull, Knill, Kemp, Lawson, Lewis, Mockford, Row, Smart, Sinden, W. Smith, Vine, Welland, Whitborn, Whittle, and Dr. Doudney. Price ls. each, or 10s. per dozen, from E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath.

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. PEARCE, A.C.P., Pennington Hall, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells.

References kindly permitted 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, May, and September. Terms and references on application. The next Term will commence (D.V.) January 23rd, 1883,

FURNISHED APARTMENTS can be had on moderate terms, close to Mr. Hull's Chapel. Address, Mrs. TOPHAM, Royal Hill House, Ebenezer Road, East Hill, Hastings.

A DRAWING ROOM, SITTING ROOM AND BED ROOMS (FURNISHED) may be had near Mr. Hull's Chapel. Terms moderate. Address, MRS. WINTER, 38, All Saints Street, Hastings.

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, 1875. The Genuine " Hubbard'e 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, 18. 6d. and 28. 9d. per bottle. GRIMWADE & RIDLEY Wholesale Agents, 69, St. Clement's, Ipswich; and W. TROUGHTON, 101, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, S.W.

Testimonials may be bad on application to W. HUBBARD, Pakefield House, Lowestoft. Respectable Agents wanted. Liberal Commission allowed.

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 December. CLIFTON SELECTION.-Large Type: a, cloth, sprinkled edges, 28.6d., or per dozen, 41 4s.; b, roan, 38., or per dozen, 61 108.; c, black leather, 38. 6d., or per dozen, 41 14s. ; d, French morocco, gilt, 38. 9d., or per dozen, 61 178. ; e, whole calf, gilt edges, 58., or per dozen, 62 10s. The smaller print, 18. 3d., or 128. per dozen, cloth; 1s. 6d., or 158. per dozen, roan; 18. 9d., or 178. per dozen, purple leather; 28., or $1 per dozen, French morocco, gilt ; 28. 6d., or 61 48. per dozen, morocco gilt. Carriage free, from Miss 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 use. fulness may thus be increased. It is intended for private as well as public use.

CLIFTON HYMNAL FOR THE YOUNG.-Price 6d., 8d., 10d., and 1s. ; 45s., 558., 70s., and 858. 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 SoWEB.

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 18. in cloth, 1s. 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 à Brief Memoir of his Life and Labours, and a Portrait on Steel. Price reduced to 38. cloth ; 5s. half calf ; 8s. full calf.

Memoir of the late William Tiptaft. Second Edition. Price 1s. stitched; 18. 4d. cloth flush; 1s. 6d. cloth bourds; 28. 6d. half calf.

Meditations on Matters of Christian Faith and Experience. First and Second Series. Price 38. cloth ; 4s. 60. half calf, each Series.

The True, Proper, and Eternal Sonship of the Lord Jesus Christ. Price 6d. sewed ; 1s. cloth.

The Advance of Popery. With & Preface by Mr. Hazelrigg. Sixth Thousand. 18. stitched; 18. 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. PHILPOT, 6, Sydenham Road, Croydon.

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CLIFTON CHAPEL FUNDS. Poor FUND.-Readers of Sower and GLEANER, 2s.6d.; Ebenezer, 10s.; J. Adcock, 58.; E. D., 10s.

COAL FUND.-J. Adcock, 58.; F. Pafford, 108. ; E. D., 10s.; R. D., 28. 6d.

The above sum thankfully received. Further help much needed, and would be gratefully received and acknowledged by Clifton, Biggleswade, Beds.

FREDERICK MARSHALL. FINGERING, FLEECY, AND KNITTING YARNS OR WOOLS.-In any Shade or Colour. After very carefully Selecting my Wools direct from the Spinner, I am able to supply them to the readers of the GLEANER and SoWER at a very reasonable charge. Guaranteed to weigh sixteen ounces to the pound. Carriage or postage paid on all orders. Patterns matched in any shade or colour. “A” quality, in White and Black, 3s. 8d. to 4s. per quality, in all colours, 48. 4d. to 4s. 8d. per lb.; Super quality, in all colours, 58. to 59. 6d. per lb.-E. OGDEN, Marley Srreet, Bradford, Yorkshire. Now kiedy.

Price is. Handsome Cluch, writ. THE MORTE STONE; or, Caution and Counsel for the Young. By EBENEZER WILMSHURST. With several Illustrations.

Dr. Doudney, the esteemed Editor of the “Gospel Magazine," writes," I am very much pleased with The Morte Stone.' I read an extract from it at a large meeting the other evening, and they were greatly gratified. Books of this kind are much needed to stem the torrent of spurious and destructive literature daily pouring forth from the press. I believe it will be greatly blessed."

London Publishers : HoulsTON AND Sons, Paternoster Buildings. Post free from E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath.

THE DYING PILLOW.-The Last Hours of Innuels and Christians Contrasted. The Last Words of Thirty-one Infidels and Forty-five Believers. Twenty-four pages. _One Penny.

WONDERS OF GRACE.- Remarkable Examples of the Operations of Sovereign Grace in Seeking and Saving that which was Lost. Twenty-four pages. One Penny.

WONDERS OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE.-Equal in interest to many large volumes, being a collection of facts. Twenty-four pages. One Penny.

The above tracts may be ordered through any Bookseller, at One Penny each ; or direct from the Publisher, post free, for 1s. 1d. per dozen; or carriage paid, for 6s. 6d. per hundred.

WAVES OF ERROR.--A Review of Salvationism and Revivalism. Eight pages. Suitable for circulation wherever error is prevalent. Ono Halfpenny; 61. per dozen ; 3s. 6d. per hundred.

POOR JOSEPH.-1s. 6d. per hundred.
CONVERSION OF JAMES COVEY.-1s. 6d. per hundred.
WAYSIDE GLEANINGS.—A book for all. ls. cloth ; 1s. 6d. gilt.

MASON'S SPIRITUAL TREASURY. Published at 78. 6d, ; carriage paid for 5s.

London: WILLIAM WILEMAN, 34, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, E.C. BIRTHDAY AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.-By the Editor of the “ Protestani Echo.” Books for Sunday-schools. REFORMERS: THEIR TIMES AND TEACHINGS. Cloth Boards, Gilt Lettered. Ten illustrations. Price 2s. GOOD LORD COBHAM. Nicely bound and lettered. Toned paper. Four plates. Price 9d. Reduction to schools. PICTURES OF THE PAST. Cloth boards. Gilt lettered. Six illustrations. Price 1s. 3d. W. WILEMAN, 34, Bouverie Street, London ; T. TOURLE, 19, Trafalgar Street, Brighton.

To the Editor of the Gleaner and the Sower. DEAR SIR, -As a well-wisher to you and your little Magazines, I wish to ask if you would kindly find room on the wrapper for the following suggestion. I have often thought that, as there are many take in the LITTLE GLEANER for their own families who have boys and girls in their employ, it would be an easy and excellent plan for distributing truth among the young, if those who could afford to do so would give a LITTLE GLEANER each month to each boy or girl in their employ. The cost would not be much, the trouble less, if given to them the first time they are paid in the month; and what is given heartily in the cause of truth I am sure will never be lost. There is a great need in the present day that those who value truth and the well-being of the rising generation should do all in their power to counteract the pernicious literature that is sown broadcast through the land. I have for the past year or two given the Magazines away monthly as above suggested. I find the boys very pleased with them, and always on the look-out for them at the beginning of the month. Oson, November, 1882.

A WELL-WISHER. NEW YEAR AND BIRTHDAY GIFTS. LITTLE GLEANER NEW VOLUME.

Price 1s. 6d., picture boards ; or 28., handsome cloth. THE SO W E R NEW V O L U M E.

Price 28., bandsome cloth: The Volumes of LITTLE GLEANER and Sower for 1879, 1880, and 1881 can still be had.

Cloth Cases for binding thy GLEANER and SOWER, 6d. each.

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Just Published. Price One Penny. GLEANER AND SOWER SHEET ALMANACK, 1883,

With Seven Beautiful Illustrations, and Texts for Every Day. Four or more copies post free from E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath. London Publishers : HOUSTON AND Sons, Paternoster Buildings.

Parcels of 100 sent, carriage paid, to any railway station for 6s. 6d.

HUBBARD'S EMBROCATION (No. 2) FOR HORSES AND CATTLE.-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, 1875. 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 reputa tion 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 Poll Evil, Strangles, Influenza, Swellings, Inflammation, and Foul in Beasts' Feet; for Cuts, Green Wourds, Escape, of Joint Oil, and Running Thrush.

May be obtained through any Chemist or Medicine Vendor throughout the United Kingdom, ls. 6d. and 38. per bottle. GBIMWADE and RIDLEY, Wholesale Agents, 69, St. Clement's, Ipswich; 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.

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For NOTES OF A SERMON BY MR. POPHAM
HOW SHALL A MAN KNOW THAT HIS Name is WRITTEN IN

THE LAMB'S BOOK' OF LIFE
“THOU ART GOOD, AND Dorst Good
ROMANISM AND ITS Fruits
A VOICE FROM AFAR
THE BAKBR's Bull; OR, GOD THE HELPER OF HIIs. Poor..
THE FAITH OF THE OPERATION OF GOD
SPECIAL PROVIDENCE
Things WORTH KNOWING
A Nor UNCOMMON FAULT

DEATH
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR: 1883
ENGLAND AND THE POPE
THE PUSEY MEMORIAL
PROPOSED TESTIMONIAL TO MR. MACKONOCHIE
LETTERS FOR THE YOUNG.-No. XXXIII.

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London:
HOULSTON AND SONS, 7, PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS ;

And E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath, 8.E.

PRICE ONE PENNY,

W. H. & L. Collingridge, Protors, City Press, L

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