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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. SUBSCRIBERS will greatly oblige by forwarding their orders and subscriptions for 1883 at once to Mr. E. WILMSHURST, Blackheath. Kindly note that only even numbers, such as two, four, six, &c., can be sent post free.
RECEIVED.—R. B.; H. S. L.; B. B.; R. P.; A. B.; Ebenezer ; T. W.; G. H. M. R.; J. G.; W. T. L.; L. N.; Esther; S. N.; J. S.; G. D. C.; J. B.; W. W.
Books RECEIVED.—“Four Sermons, by the late Mr. Covell.”—Printed in improved type, they will do doubt be extensively read and highly appreciated by many aged ones who loved the preacher for his work's sake (6d., J. Gadsby, Bouverie Street, E.C.) “Ninth Anuual Report of Gospel Book Mission to the Army and Navy."- This is an excellent institution, and lovers of truth would do well to send their old magazines, &c., to Mr. Brider, Old Gaol Chapel; Salisbury, or to contribute for a supply of new periodicals, to be distributed among our soldiers and sailors. None but truthful works are circulated. We shall be glad to send GLEANERS and SOWERS for any sums friends may forward to us. Twenty-First Annual Report of Strict Baptist Mission.”-Friends who would like to know what this Mission is doing in India, &c.,
may obtain this interesting Report of Mr. T. L. Wakelin, 9, Leighton Grove, Kentish Town, N.W. Regular Baptist Magazine” (America); “ The Banner of Truth (New York).
THE MORTE STONE.”_We again call the attention of our readers to this excellent little work by Mr. E. Wilmshurst, which is full of useful counsels and warnings to the young, and is worthy of being read by all. We hope it will meet with a ready and extensive sale. 15. (Houlston and Sons, Paternoster Buildings, E.C.; or post free for 1s. of E. Wilmshurst, Blackheath, S.E.)
PRINTING FUND.—The Editor desires to tender his hearty thanks to those warm-hearted helpers who sympathize with his endeavour to scatter broadcast suitable reading for young and old, and he hopes that, while atheists and Romanists are energetically working against the best interests of the rising race, and of men in general, all lovers of truth will strive to help to circulate that teaching which accords with the Word of God. The following are gratefully acknowledged :Anonymous (stamps), 38.; A Friend, 24s. ; B. W., 20s. ; Mrs. M., 20s. ; A Solitary One, 6s.; Mr. Lucas, 78.
The Editor will be pleased to receive Votes for the Election of Inmates to the Aged Pilgrims' Friend Asylum, Camberwell, in behalf of some very needy cases.
OUR ANNUAL VOLUMES.— These, we are happy to say, find increasing favour year by year, and we trust our friends will endeavour to make them known still more widely, as the greater the sale, the more we shall be encouraged. Both GLEANER and SOWER form excellent gift-books, as they contain an abundance of useful reading. There are many families to whom a volume might be useful were they presented with one.
ALL communications for the GLEANER and SOWER should be addressed to Mr. T. HULL, 117, High Street, Hastings. Post Office Orders may be made payable to him at the BRANCH OFFICE, High Street.
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“Blessed are ye that sow beside all waters." - ISAIAH xxxii. 20.
“In the morning sow thy seed, and in the evening withhold not thine hand; for thou knowest not whether shall prosper, either this or that, or whether they both shall be alike good.”—ECCLEs. xi. 6.
LONDON: HOULSTON AND SONS, 7, PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS ;
AND E. WILMSHURST, BOOKSELLER, BLACKHEATH, S.E.
Affirmation Bill, The
Baker's Bill, The
Believer's Hiding Place . 321
Causes of National Distress.. 144
Brotherly Epistle, A..
Child Jesus, The
Flavel's “ Fountain of life, **
How Romish Pupils are Taught
his Name is Written in the
Day of Judgment, The
Mr. Barnard .. 91
Mr. T. Hull.. 329
Letters for the Young .. 29, 58,
269, 298, 328, 3550
Thomas Smith 232
103, 163, 282, 307
150, 169, 202
That I may Know Him .. 240