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HOUSE PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANY

(LIMITED), 92, CANNON STREET, LONDON, E.O. Capital One Million, in 40,000 fully paid-up Shares of £25. For the PURCHASE and SALE of PRODUCTIVE and PROGRESSIVE HOUSE PROPERTY, and IMPROVING the DWELLINGS of the WORKING CLASSES on the Self-supporting Principle.

DIRECTORS. Chairman, WILLIAM SUTTON GLOVER, Esq., FOUNTAIN JOHN HARTLEY, Esq., Upper Clap

4, Queen Street Place, E.C., and Casino House, ton (Hon. Secretary of the London Sunday Dulwich Hill.

School Union).

ROBERT PARKER TAYLOR, Esq., Adelaide Place, HENRY ASTE, Esq., 6, Trinity Square, Tower London Bridge, late Deputy Governor of the

Hill, and Castle Hill Lodge, Upper Norwood Honourable Irish Society, and Chairman of (Chairman of the London Corn Exchange). the Lambeth Baths and Washhouses Company.

EDWARD BEAN UNDERHİLL, Esq., LL.D., WILLIAM MACDONALD BASDEN, Esq., 15, Great Hampstead (Hon. Secretary of the Baptist St. Helen's, and Lloyd's.

Missionary Society).

THOMAS WHITE, Esq., Deputy, 12, Dowgate JAMES CLARKE, Esq., Beech Hanger, Caterham, Hill, Cannon Street, E.C., Conservator of the

Surrey, and 13. Fleet Street, E.C. (Editor and River Thames (Deputy Chairman of the Police Proprietor of the Christian World).

Committee).

SOLICITORS.
Messrs. HENRY GOVER & SON, 3, Adelaide Place, London Bridge, E.C.

AUDITORS.
JOHN THOMAS BEDFORD, Esq., 12, King Street, CHARLES KEMP DYER, Esq., J.P., St. Albans,

Snow Hill, and Mecklenburgh Square (late Herts, and Lloyd's.
Chairman of the Epping Foresi Committee), WILLIAM POTTER OLNEY, Esq., 9, the Paragon,
Conservator of the River Thames.

New Kent Road.
Capital paid up, £659,622.

A report on the sanitary state of the ComDividends amounting to £208,225 have been pany's property is made to the Board weekly. paid to shareholders.

The Company bas various houses to let, in Reserve Fund, £32,921.

highly healthy situations, a certificate of which, The remaining 1,338 shares of the seventh issue

by an eminent medical authority, can be seen at

the office of the Company. in course of allotment, at £6 per share premium.

Prospectus and explanatory pamphlets, en. Four per cent. debentures issued for three,

titled," Landlord and Tenant, also

“Five five, seven, or ten years.

Minutes' Talk about the House Property and Forty-five of the tenants of the company avail. Investment Company," and share application ing themselves of the peculiar facilities afforded, forms may be had at the offices of the Company, have become owners of their own dwellings. 92, Cannon Street, London, E.C.

JOAN THOMAS MILLER, Secretary.

BRITISH EQUITABLE ASSURANCE COMPANY

OFFICE-4, QUEEN STREET PLACE, LONDON, E.C.

DIRECTORS.
WILLIAM MACDONALD BASDEN, Esq., Great FOUNTAIN JOIN HARTLEY, Esq., Upper Clap-

St. Helen's, Bishopsgate Street, City, and ton (Hon. Sec., Sunday School Union).
Lloyd's.

WILLIAM GEORGE LEMON, Esq., Barrister-at. GEORGE THOMAS DALE, Esq., Bayswater.

Law, Lincoln's Inn.
WILLIAM SUTTON GOVER, Esq., Casino House, WILLIAM SMITH, Esq., Upper Norwood.

Herne Hill, and 4, Queen Street Place, City. EDWARD BEAN UNDERHILL, Esq., LL.D. HampJOHN MIDDLETON HARE, Esq., Stoke Newington stead (Hon. Sec. Baptist Misionary Society).

AUDITORS.
ALFRED HENRY BAYNES, Esq., Wandsworth Common (Sec. Baptist Missionary Society.)
JAMES CLARKE, Esq., Fleet Street, City (Proprietor and Editor Christian World.)
WILLIAM POTTER OLNEY, Esq., The Paragon, New Kent Road, S.E.

SOLICITORS.
Messrs. HENRY GOVER & Son, 3, Adelaide Place, London Bridge, City.

BANKERS
LONDON AND WESTMINSTER BANK, Lothbury.
MANAGING DIRECTOR & ACTUARY.

SUB-MANAGER.
WILLIAM SUTTON GOVER, Esq., F.S.S., F.I.A.

JOHN WILKINSON FAIRY, Esq.
TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT, MAY, 1884.
NEW BUSINESS.

ACCUMULATED FUND.
2,097 Policies issued for
£411,099 Laid by in the year....

£65,507 New Premium Income

£12,566 Accumulated Fund on 31st January, BUSINESS IN FORCE.

1884, (equal to 76 per cent. of the net 26,704 Polices Assuring ..

£4,948,145

premiums received upon polices in
force)

£938,609 REVENUE OF THE YEAR. Premiums.....

£144,626

Claims and Bonuses paid under the Company's Interest, etc.... ................ £37,695

Policies, £800,809. Average Reversionary Bonus

£182,321 for 27 years, about ?i per cent. per Annum. Mutual Entrants in 1884 participate in the Eleventh Division of Profits.

INFLUENTIAL AGENTS WANTED.

253, HAGLEY ROAD, EDGBASTON, near BIRMINGHAM. Conducted by Messrs. F. EWEN and C. EXON, with the aid

of efficient Visiting Masters.

The aim of this School is to train Boys on Christian principles, and prepare them for the Grammar Schools and the Universities, or for Business.

The Curriculum embraces the usual English subjects, French, Latin, Greek, Mathematics, and Natural Science, German, Music, and Drawing are extras. A small charge is made for Singing and Drilling. Special attention is given to health and physical training.

A separate Elementary Department for Juniors, open to Boarders and Day Pupils, is conducted by the MISSES EWEN.

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LONDON: PASSMORE & ALABASTER, PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS.

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All kinds of BOOK WORK, REPORTS, PAMPHLETS, SERMONS, &c., printed in good new type, on superior paper, stitched and cut ready for sale and use, at the following rates :

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LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.

Chief Office: Moorgate Street, London, E.C.

Chairman - SIR Wm. MCARTHUR, K.C.M.G., M.P. This Society has been established Forty years, and has issued above Fortythree Thousand Policies. Assurance Fund

£2,023,167 6 1 Annual Income

£331,869 13 0 Bonus Apportioned

£801,656 6

2 Claims Paid ...

£2,103,588 6 9 A LL Claims are settled Fourteen days after proof.

Prospectuses, Forms, and all information may be obtained at the Chief Office, or of the Agents.

W. W. BAYNES, F.I.A., Secretary. Active Agents required in various districts.

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TRADE

MARK.

also

THE

General Baptist Magazine.

JUNE, 1884.

General Baptists ; Also called Arminian, Free-Will, and Free Baptists. I. Origin. Traces of churches of the G. B. type are found in the reign of Henry VIII. at Eyethorne, Kent; and Bocking, or Braintree, in Essex. But the organized life of the G. B.'s dates from 1611 (that of the Particular or Calvinistic Baptists from 1633), and becomes a distinct historical and continuous force under the leadership of John Smyth, Thomas Helwys, John Morton, Leonard Busher, Henry Denne, and Dr. Du Veil.

II. Their doctrinal basis embraced (1) the universality of redemption; hence the name of “General.” (2) The obligation of baptism on all believers in Christ. (3) The essentially spiritual character of the church. (4) The principle of absolute religious liberty; along with other doctrines common to the Reformed Faith of the opening years of the seventeenth century. Prof. Masson, in his Life of Milton, Vol. III., states that the G. B.'s were the first to pronounce with energy and distinctness in favour of the great modern idea of absolute liberty of conscience. (Cf. Busher's book quoted at end.)

III. Their Organization embraced (1) " Assemblies” for the transaction of business common to the welfare of all the churches—not annual at first, but as occasion required. (2) “Messengers,” or “ Apostles,” who visited the churches to “stir them up,” and were also sent out to preach, not only in different parts of England, but also to Ireland, and even to Virginia and South Carolina (MS. Proceedings of G. B. Assembly, Vol. II., p. 32). (3) “Elders,” or pastors of churches. (4) “ Deacons,” or helps in government. The churches were not fixed to any one building, but consisted of members scattered over wide areas, meeting in several buildings, and sometimes having two or three "elders." The Discipline was most rigid, and extended to speech and dress. In this and other matters they were closely akin to the early Friends or Quakers.

An Article from the Religious Encyclopædia. Based on the Real-Encyklopädie of Herzog

Plitt, and Hauck, Edited by Dr. Schaff. 9 Vols. T. & T. Clark, Edinburgh. GENERAL BAPTIST MAGAZINE, JUNE, 1884.–VOL. LXXXVI.- N.S. No. 6.

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