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81 CHRISTIAN WORK. REV. ALFRED FIRTH

85 MAJOR-GENERAL GORDON. REV. J. FLETCHER

88 IN MEMORIAM : JOHN EARP, OF MELBOURNE. Rev. W. R. STEVENSON, M.A.

91 POETRY.-Seaside Voices. · Dr. Dawson BURNS

93 BUNDAY MORNING TALKS WITH BOYS AND GIRLS.-Stand in your own Shoes. Rev. J. FLETCHER

94 THOUGHTS FOR THOUGHTFUL GIRLS

95 GITHA'S MESSAGE ; OR, GOD IS LOVE. A Story of the Olden Time. By Evma LESLIE. Chapters III. and IV.

96 CORRESPONDENCE.How to Improve the Singing in Sunday Schools...

104 THE QUESTION BOX

104 EDITORIAL NOTES

105 NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS

106 THE COLLEGE...

108 THE HOME MISSSION

108 NEWS OF THE CHURCHES...

109 MISSIONARY OBSERVER. — Notes from Piplee and Pooree

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AND ALL LUNG DISEASES.

By G. T. CONGREVE, Coombe Lodge, Peckham.

The Nature, Progress, and True Treatment of this Scourge of England, with

133 Selected Cases.

The following REMARKABLE CASES are selected from the NINTH SERIES, which have been appearing ONE EVERY WEEK IN THE WEEKLY PAPERS.

CONSUMPTION.-CASE of MISS JACOBS. (Reported by

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CASE of a YOUNG LADY in DEEP CONSUMPTION.Reported by Rev. T. P. BULLEN, of ROSALIE, BRINNINGTON

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General Baptist Magazine Advertising Sheet, March, 1884. TO THE MINISTERS AND DEACONS OF CHURCHES, AND

SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS. A new feature in the Advertising Department of the General Baptist Magazine is now introduced. Opportunity is afforded to every Church and School in the Connexion to advertise their special efforts in the Magazine at a very low price. Under the heading given below, the Printers will insert advertisements of Special Sermons, Tea Meetings, Anniversary and Recognition Services, Lectures, Public Meetings, &c., intended to be held during each ensuing month. The charge will be Sixpence per line only, each line counting as fourteen words. Specimens below. Stamps must in each case accompany the order, which should be sent to

WINKS & SON, Publishers, Leicester. WHAT THE CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS ARE DOING. BARTO ARTON.-Concert under the direction of Mr. H. Dennis, in aid of the proposed Now

Chapel between Bagworth and Thornton. March 12, 1884. 6.30. Messiah Programme. ARKET HARBOROUGH.—Re-opening Servicos, March 26, Dr. Clifford. Sermon and THE REV. W. MORRIS, F. R. Hist. S., Loughborough, is open to supply. TANTED.-General Baptist Minutes for 1818 to 1821, and 1838 to 1860, both inclu

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The Trustees of the Hymnal have pleasure in announcing that arrangements have been made whereby they are able to supply copies of the Bible and Hymnal bound together in superior style in one handsome volume.

It is the Ruby or Double-Column edition of the Hymnal, with Bible in corresponding type and style.

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Young People should order at once, as a Birthday or Wedding present to their friends.

Also, the Hymnal may now be had bound in one volume with the “Psalmist Chants and Anthems”.

-a more complete collection than has been supplied with the Hymnal hitherto. Prices on application to E. MARLBOROUGH & Co., 51, OLD BAILEY, LONDON,

Publishers to the Trustees.

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MAY'S MATCHES

TOR the PURCHASE and SALE of Productive and Progressive House Property,

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SECOND HALF-MILLION OF CAPITAL. HOUSE PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANY

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CAPITAL, £1,000,000,
In 40,000 fully paid-up shares of £25.
CAPITAL ALLOTTED.
Shares.

Amount.
1st Issue at Par

4,000

£100,000 2nd Issue at £1 prem.

4,000

100,000 3rd Issue at £2 prem.

4,000

100,000 4th Issue at £8 prem.

4,000

100,000 5th Issue at £4 prem.

4,000

100,000 6th Issue at £5 prem,

4,000

100,000 7th Issue at £6 prem,

2,639

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Capital paid up £679,039.
Dividends amounting to £192,963 have been paid to Shareholders.
Profits on re-sales in current year, £5,186.
Reserve Fund, £43,508.
Estates in possession--2,426 Houses and Shops, costing £750,916.
Only 1361 Shares of the Seventh Issue remain to be allottod, at £6 per share premium.

At First Annual Meeting dividend declared, 5 per cent.; second, 54 per cent.; third, 6 per cent.; fourth, fifth, six and sevent 6 per cent.

Prospectus and explanatory Pamphlets, entitled “Landlord and Tenant,” also “Five Minutes Talk about the House Property and Investment Company," and Share Application Forms, may be bad at the offices of the Company, 92, Cannon Street, London, E.C.

JOHN THOMAS MILLER, Secretary. BRITISH EQUITABLE ASSURANCE COMPANY

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

Capital.-A QUARTER OF A MILLION STERLING.
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT, May, 1883.

NEW BUSINESS. 2,070 Policies issued for

£400,375 Now Premium Income

11,986 BUSINESS IN FORCE. 26,099 Policies, assuring

£4,825,317 REVENUE OF THE YEAR. Premiums

£140,809 Interest, &c. ...

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£175,940 ACCUMULATED FUND. Laid by in the Year

£67,772 Accumulated Fund on 31st Jan., 1883 (equal to 73 per cent. of the net premiums received upon policies in force)

£873,102 Claims and Bonuses paid under Company's Policies, £771,403. Average Revorsionary Bonus, for 27 years, about 14 per cont. per annum.

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