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Sanitary Statistics .........
Length of a Mile
329 Causes of Death....
330 The Moral Condition of England and
Island of Errom
The Lay Preachers' Corner.
112 Straining after Popularity ...
315 Preachers and Preaching ............
374 Martyrs Wanted............
374 The Minister's Tears..................
374 Preaching to the Point ............
375 The Modern Pulpit
376 Pulpit Eloquence
Highgate Chapel .......
115 “Surprise Parties"
of Holy Scripture in all Religious Religion in Wales ..........
... 216 1 On the Office of Deacon ..................
The Christian Witness.
36 | Home Evangelization
The Indian Rebellion............
Congregational Board of Education ......
“Boast not Thyself of To-Morrow” .....
The House of Prayer..
Reviyal Hymns .....
“ Pray Always" ...................... ... 144 My Lambs ............
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