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WE laid the first stone of the new build- The friends who have met at Palmerston ings for the Pastors' College on Tuesday, Hall, Wimbledon, have bought the hall, October 14, and the day will ever be one and made it their permanent place of worof the brightest recollections of our heart. ship. We have apportioned them £200, Our loving people from seven in the but they greatly need further aid. morning to ten at night never ceased to

It was a great joy to us to journey to pour in their offerings, each one saying a kind word to the pastor as the money was

Bradford to assist in the opening services

of the new chapel of our brother, Mr. J. given. Happy is the minister who has such a people. Mainly by small sums the

P. Chown. We had a good season in St.

George's Hall, and the Lord was there. amount was made up to £1,000, and the ministers and students brought in another

It is interesting to record that before we .£300. We began the day with prayer,

reached Bradford Mr. Chown's friends had

cleared the new chapel of all debt, and and the students continued the devotions

therefore the collections were divided right on. The day was fine, the people

between the Bradford Infirmary and the enthusiastic, the speakers in good trim,

Stockwell Orphanage. Our share is to be and all was as we could desire it, best of

£125, and we are truly grateful for it; it all the Lord was there. Our enterprise is

cheers us at a time when subscriptions now going on to completion, and if all our

come in but slowly. readers were now to send in their help we should soon crown the edifice. This

At Bedford, on October the 22nd, we will be done, and again we shall have to preached in Mr. Howard's great implemagnify the God of grace. Never before | ment house to three or four thousand was any work in our hands carried out

| people. The collections were divided bewith so little trouble.

tween the Baptist and Wesleyan churches. It is delightful to read the account of

We are coming nearer, for we both hate

Ritualism and neology. Both denominathe meetings of the Baptist Union at

tions have definite views on the great Nottingham; evidently the divine pre

gospel doctrines, and abhor the looseness sence was enjoyed. The address of Dr.

of " modern thought.” Landels on Ritualism was a splendid deliverance. « There is a future for you

The Sunday-school teachers at Taber. Baptists," said Neander, and we mean to

nacle have had a very gracious season of realise it by the Lord's gracious help.

special prayer, and are looking for a great

blessing. The setting a part of a time for Like many of our readers, we were intercession by the Sunday School Union amazed to find the Christian World was a most wise and holy thought, we charging us with believing in the damna- | feel sure that throughout all Sabbath tion of infants. Never did we give any schools which duly observed the occasion inan an excuse for such a calumny; we the largest blessings will follow. O for loathe the notion as we detest murder, living teaching, and the quickening of The newspaper writer must have very sore youthful hearts into immediate conversion withers, or he would not kick out so wildly to God! at the touch of our hand. We accept his We are requested to state in connection handful of mud as the evidence that his with the China Mission that a letter awaits conscience pricked him. As to the editor J. J. S. at 422, Holloway Road Postof the Christian World, much as we dis | office, from T. P. H., 82, Dempsey Street. like his theology, we cannot believe that we may add that we hope the papers upon ne approves of such an assault; we have | China will lead friends to help Mr. Hudson always found him a gentleman, and there- Taylor's Inland Mission, and any sums fore we expect the amende honorable at sent to us will be punctually forwarded. his hands before this reaches our readers.

Baptisms at Metropolitan Tabernacle, A new Baptist interest is to be raised in by Mr. J. T. Wigner :-September 29th, Aldershot. One of our College men is fifteen. By Mr. J. A, Spurgeon:-Octoto commence in a few days.

ber 2nd, fourteen.

Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle.

Statement of Receipts from September 20th to October 20th, 1873.

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Nr. James Richards
A Widow
J. G. P.
Mr. W. J. Wilkes ...
A Widow's Thankoffering, A. K.
Mrs. Penaluna
Mrs. Taylor
A Friend ...
Mr. D. Macpherson
D-5, 56,599 ...
The Misses Dransfield
Mr. T. Kennard
Mrs. Matthews

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Mrs. Varley
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Page
Mrs. Rathbone Taylor
Mrs. Evans
Mr. W. Thomas
Mr. H. Thompson
Mr. Gardiner
Mr. B. Venables
Miss Maxwell

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Mrs. Dodwell
A Friend, Cambrid
Mrs. Bickinore ...
Sale of Jewellery ..
A Friend, from Suffolk
Mr. and Mrs. Pledge

1 10 0 A Sermon Reader ...

0 10 0 Mr. Grant ... Mr. J. Portens

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Mrs. Green
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Mr. John Daniels
Boxes at Tabernacle Gates
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Mr. H. Jelly
Mrs. Cassin
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Mr. A. Debenham
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Mr. W. H. Tipper
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Orphan Boys' Quarterly Collecting Cards.-Apted F. G., 2s 2d; Abbey J., 10s 2d ; Austin, 2s 3d; Baker J., 3s 2: Ball C., 4s 7d: Brooker H,73 3d : Bramble H., 10s: Brownlie W., 23 9d; Brown J., 66 3d ; Bligh F., 3s 5d; Bray E., 12s 6d : Brick E., ls : Bowers A., Li 2s 100: Court R., 2s 7d; Cockerton T., 4s 100: Coles G., £1 10s: Colliers H., 3s 5d; Corke L., ls; Campbell C., 5s 3d ; Chapman M., 2s 6d; Christmas J., 3s 60; Crisp, 1s 9d; Carroll J., 14s 3d; Dawson T., Is 9d; Dean G., 5s; Dixon R., 58 Ild; Digby C., ls 100 ; Dixon T., 6s Ild; Day A., 3s 5d; Davis A., Is 4d; Dalby W., £1: Ellis H., Is 5d; Edmonds B., 3s 10d ; Ehlers R., 2s 4d; Emmet S., 78 4d; Evans T., 3s; Ellis G., 12s 3d; Fourness E., 4s 6d; Fleming G., 5s; Farley J., 2s id; Fanner w., 13s ld; Furby A., 5s. 9d; Gatten J., 58 4d; Godsmark R., 125 60; Gregory, 3s 3d; Heath A., 2s 4d ; Hodge J., 68 3d; Herrieff T., 33; Hearn C., Is 60; Hitchcox S., 8s 1d; Harrowing, T., 6s 6d; Hart F., 4s; Hobson W., per “Aunt Pattie," 2s 6d; IIobbs W., 5s 3d ; Hedges W., Os 9d; Harper A., 58: IIorley B., 10s 4d; Harris A., 23; Hinkley J.. os 4d; Hockheimer W., 6s; Jones C., 2scd; Jones A. C., 5s 9d; Johnson G., 5s 4d; Leak F., 10s; Laker A., Ils 5d; Lee E., 6s id; Ladds W., 4s 9d; Lake A., ls 4d; Maynard J., per “Aunt Pattie," 2s 6d; Matthews W., £1; Mee C. M., 4s; Marsh É., 2s 10s; Morley H., 6s id: Mallett, 4s: Machin, 5s 6d; Nichols M., 3s 60; Okill W., 3s 2d; Phipps H., 7s 4d; Parker G., 16s 5d ; Passingham, £1 is 8d; Paice F., 3s 70 ; Pearson W., 5s id; Parry L., 9s id; Randall W., 33 id: Rogers W., 3s Id: Richardson A.,

S 0d ; Rces J., 12s 108; Robinson, 16s id; Roberts G., 13s 6d; Raynor W., 6s 3d; Smith R., 2s 4d; Stratford J., £1 ls 4d; Smith Harry, ls 6d; Simms W., £1; Simpson J., 2s 4d; 'Thornton H., 5s;

3d; Tanner, 2s 9d; White A., '4s 9d: Walton É., 4s 2d: Wood w.'ils 4d: White A.. 9s 20; Wingell S, 2s 6d; Walker D., 10s; Wheeler W, 6s 1fd.; tickets for tea, 178 63.-Total, £35 7s. 54d.

Donations per Mr. Charlesworth.-11. Laurance, 5s; Mr. Groom, £1 ls; Nemo, £1 10s; M. Wilson, 10s; A. Bamber, 8s 3d; H. Hopperton, 10s; Girls' Practising School, Stockwell, és 2d.—Total, £4 10s. 5d.

List of Presents for the Orphanage.-A pig, Mr. F. B. Thomas; a sheep, Anon; one ton of potatoes. Mr. Toller; one pad of apples, Mrs. Waltham; ditto, Mr. Scott; one sack of fiour. Mr. Saunders: sundry vegetables for the sea-side infirmary, and 20 sacks of potatoes, Mr Hogbin; 120 eggs, Janet Ward.

CLOTHING, &c.-One knitted counterpane, Anon; 10 pairs of knitted stockings, “An old lady nearly Blind30 boys' ties, Anon; 2 cotton shirts, Miss Ward; several bed quilts, A. Davies: 30 washleathers, per W. Olney.

College Buildings.

Statement of Receipts from September 30th to Oct. 20th, 1873.

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Mrs. Mary Williamson
Mrs, Sarah Jones
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