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CHRISTIAN RECORD & REVIEW,
London. PUBLISHED BY JAMES PAUL, 1, CHAPTER-HOUSE COURT,
A true gospel church .
30 | Funeral sermon for Mr. H. Head - 102
38 Funeral sermons for Mr. J. Stevens 253
George White, the happy death of 252
A miracle and monument of grace 72 | Gospel ministry, trials connected with the 67
A word from the watchman
- 237 | Henry Fowler, life of the late, 41, 136,183
Altogether rigbt, and altogether wrong 235 God unto salvation -
Illness and death of Mr. E. Crowhurst,
the las: .
. 125, 165
Importance of choosing a minister, the 97
Burdens and blessings connected with John Stevens, the departure of Mr. • 245
- 117 The present position of the true church
Plan of salvation, the
- 199 The harvest truly is great, but the la-
- 295 bourers are few - . 210
The shew-bread set in order - 56 | What is the sin against the Holy Ghost 229
· REPORT OF PUBLIC MEETING
SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF FAITHFUL GOSPEL
The third public meeting of the friends of this Society was held in Crosby .Row Chapel, Southwark, on Thursday, December 3, 1846. Nearly 200 of the friends first took tea together, after which the meeting commenced, when a vast concourse of persons were assembled.
Mr. BENJAMIN FLORY proposed that C. W. BANKS do take the chair, which being unanimously agreed to, he opened the meeting by reading part of the ninth chapter of the Gospel by Luke.
Mr. LUCOMBE, Minister of Providence Chapel, Featherstone Street, then addressed the throne of grace in a most spiritual, fervent, and suitable prayer, after which,
Mr. WILLIAM FENNER, the Secretary of the Society, read the following minutes, and a list of subscriptions, which together with what was afterwards contributed, amounted to upwards of £20: the full particulars of which may be seen on the wrapper of the Earthen Vessel for January, 1846.
“At a meeting holden in Crosby Row Chapel, ou Tuesday, June 23, 1846, It was ultimately agreed, the Lord permitting, that the Society shall be formed : and unanimously elected Mr. JAMES BLAKE, of 21, Aldgate, High Street, (in the city of London,) to be the Treasurer, to whom all donations and subscriptions are to be forwarded. Mr. WILLIAM FENNER, of 11, Patriot Square, Cambridge Heath, near Hackney, has kindly consented to become its Secretary, to whom communications (post paid) may be addresscd.
On Thursday evening, August 27, a Public Meeting (of a deeply interesting character,) was held in Crosby Row Chapel, King Street, Borough; when it was announced that although the Society was quite in its infant state, but very little known, and scarcely any exertion had been made to give it publicity; still, many friends had come forward to its help; and subscriptions were gradually being sent in