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SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE;
SOLD AT THE DEPOSITORIES,
GREAT QUEEN STREET, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS,
4, ROYAL EXCHANGE, 16, HANOVER STREET, HANOVER SQUARE;
716. The Blessings of a Good Education: an Address to
Soldiers. By the Rev. R. W. Browne.
733. Prayer: an Address to Soldiers. By the Rev. R. W.
775. Confirmation: an Address to Soldiers. By the Rev. R.
741. "This do in remembrance of Me;" being a Short Address
to Soldiers on the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By
747. The Good Centurion. By the Rev. R. W. Browne.
773. Cornelius; or, a Soldier the First-fruits of the Gentiles.
701. Reflections on portions of the Sermon on the Mount.
Part I. By the Rev. J. N. Allen.
762. Reflections on portions of the Sermon on the Mount,
Part II. By the Rev. J. N. Allen.
957. Who shall lead us? or, Wilt not Thou, O God, go out
924. An Address to Soldiers. By the Rev. F. S. Batchelor.
972. An Old Officer's Address to Soldiers. By Captain Peevor.
414. The Hospital Manual; or, Soldier's Guide in the Hour of
Sickness to which is prefixed, a Short Service for the
use of the Military Hospitals. By the Rev. E. P.
955. A Manual for the Camp and the Hospital; or, Prayers,
Scripture Reading, and Short Reflections for the use
of Her Majesty's Forces in the Crimea. By the Rev.
THE Contents of this volume were
continue His faithful soldiers and servants unto your life's end. The lessons contained in the Holy Scriptures, which are supplied to all of you, illustrated by the examples of God's saints and servants, of whom you read therein, will teach you how to follow the example of the great Captain of your salvation, and to be made like unto Him. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper, which you are frequently invited to partake of, will strengthen and refresh your souls, and be to you a continual memorial of your Saviour's death, to your great and endless comfort.
It is hoped that these short treatises, written expressly for your use, may by the blessing of Almighty God tend to awaken the sinner, to settle the waverer, and to confirm the faithful follower of Christ in the course which he has chosen. May God of His infinite mercy grant, for the sake of His beloved Son, that when this life's warfare is over you may enjoy everlasting peace, and obtain that crown of glory which fadeth not away.
R. W. B.