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“It is more blessed to give than to

Spencer, Mrs.,

£2 00 receive,” £100 00 Spencer, Miss (card),

0 10 0 Jetter, Miss (collected), 0 10 0 Stevens, Miss Ada (card),

0 5 7 Kemp, Miss M. (card), 0 10 2 Sugg, Mrs. H., the late,

10 0 0 Lancaster, Miss Mary,

3 9 0 Taylor, Miss, and Miss Nicholls (card), 0 10 0 “One who is deeply interested in

Todd, Miss,

0 10 0 Missions, 50 0 0 | Trotter, Miss H. L..

0 10 0 Penfold, Mrs. (card), 0 10 0 Webb-Peploe, Rev. H.,

2 2 0 Prideaux, Mrs., 0 10 0 Wenham, Arthur, Esq.,

0 10 6 Rayner, Mrs. (collected), 0 10 0 Yule, Colonel H., C.B.,

10 0 0 Richardson, Jonathan, Esq. (through

Sums under 5s.,

0 3 6 Mrs. Black),

1 0 0 Russell, Miss, 0 5 0

£250 3 0 Shackleton, Miss M. (collected), 1 0 0 Total — Through Associations,

£816 10 1 Direct Contributions,

250 3 0

£1066 13 1

Contributions in aid of the Society to be paid to MRS. MARY A. STUART,

Honorary Sub-Treasurer, Roxeth Lodge, Harrow. Contributions of Work to be sent to Miss COCKLE, 5 Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead, N.W.

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a Lady who has had many years' experience, under whose care they would have home comforts and loving care, combined with school discipline. The School is under the inspection of the Syndicate of Cambridge. Terms Moderate. Prospectus forwarded on application to MISS COLE, 83 Sutherland Avenue, Maida Vale, London, W.

There is a School for Boys in connection.

WELE

ELBY HOUSE, RAMSGATE.-The MISSES FULLAGAR receive a limited

number of Daughters of Gentlemen to Board and Educate. Church views strictly Evangelical. References kindly permitted to the following parents of pupils :-Rev. J. B. Whiting, Vicar of St. Luke's, Ramsgate; Rev. H. Webb Peploe, 25 Onslow Gardens, S. Kensington; Rev. C. W. Arnold, Woking College, Surrey; the Hon. Mrs. de Havilland, Cainbridge Park, Guernsey, etc.

"LENTILLA

It is certain the QUEEN'S PHYSICIAN, Dr. Fairbank, has written strongly recommending LENTILLA or TONIC DAILY FOOD. It cures Indigestion, Heartburn, Constipation, Liver and Stomach Complaints, etc., besides having such wondrous nourishing properties. Tins, 1 lb., Is. 6d. ; lb., 10d. Barrels, 28 lb. 30s. ; 14 lb., 16s. Of all Chemists. Proprietor, H. J. Deacon, Beckenham, Kent.

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. A Doctor and his wife, residing in a very

educate with their own. Children from India and the Colonies will have a happy home, with education as well as medical supervision. The house faces south, is very commodious; pleasantly situated on a hill overlooking the harbour and river Dart. The Educational Department is under the immediate supervision of the Doctor's wife, assisted by a highly educated resident Governess.

Address M.D., Mount Galpine House, Dartmouth, South Devon.

names.

THE MILDMAY LIST OF CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS. 1884-5. A, Christmas; B, New Year; C, General; Mottoes, 1885.-By E. St. B. H., in D, Birthday.

crimson and silver :At 2s. 1d. per Packet; or 6 Packets, 10s. 6d.

I. Date Palm Trees. --“From Me is thy fruit found.” (envelopes included).

“Christ who is our Life." “That I may win “Sonship.”—Four Cards. By A. SCHLIENZ.

Christ, and be found in Him." Flowers and Landscapes. A, B, D.

II. Olive Bough and Fruit.-“I shall be anointed Chimes for Christmas, New Year, with fresh oil.” “A new spirit will I put and Birthday.--Six Cards. By E. St. B. H., with

within you."

“ Ask and ye shall receive, that flowers from Garden and Hedgerow. Botanical

your joy may be full."

III. Palestine Anemones. --“Consider the lilies how "His Good Treasure."--Twelve Cards.

they grow.

“Without carefulness.” “Seek ye By E. St. B. H. Marguerites, lilies, clematis, first the kingdom of God,” etc. etc. Matt. vi. 32. etc. A, B, C.

(This last Card is for private distribution only.) At 1s. per Packet, or 6 Packets, 5s. 3d.

Price per doz. ls. ; per 100, 7s. 9d. ; per 300, £1, 3s. ; "Perfect Love.”-Twelve Cards. By E. per 500, £1, 11s. 6d. ; per 1000, £2, 2s. 6.1. Name

St. B. H. Flowers and Texts in crimson, white, of Church, 5s, extra.

and gold, on tinted ground. A, B, C. 'Sure Mercies. Fifteen small floral Cards. By A. SCHLIENZ. Eglantine, immortelles,

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. etc. etc. A, B, or as a packet of thirty cards, A large Assortment of Illuminations, of every size and arranged for a month, 2s.

price. Table Screens, 5s. Complete list Messages to the Children.-Six Cards.

post free on application. By E. LEWIS. Sketches of children in the snow and by the sea-shore A, B, D.

‘Until the Daybreak.' Birthday Mottoes

for the Homeward Way.-By G. M. and E. St. CALENDARS FOR 1885.

B. H. Price 7s. 10d.
Month by Month.
7 Cards (8] by 4. ins.). By A. Schlienz. 3s. 6d.
In the centre of each card is a landscape vignette,

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. framed with flowers according to the season. Texts, We have a double reason for directing attention to “Until Calendar, and Postal information.

the Daybreak, or Birthday Mottoes for the Homeward Way."

In the first place the drawing is as delicate as the designing Sevenfold Blessings.

is graceful. In the second place, as we are informed, the Samedesigns and price as above, but with texts only. proceeds are to be devoted to the laudable object of endowing

à cot in the Mildmay Cottage Hospital. "Until the Day. Single Stand Card, by E. St. B. H. ls. 1d. break" is really a diary in blank, so it is intended to serve a With novel design on dark ground (7 by 5. ins.), 12 flowers or tendrils of foliage, while the mottoes are a felicitous

useful purpose, and each page is encircled with wreaths of calendar cards to slip in, or, if preferred, 12 plain texts. selection of texts.”Times.

N.B.-All orders should be prepaid and addressed to
Miss E. St. B. HOLLAND, Deaconess House, Mildmay Park, N.

A

WIDOW LADY, of Evangelical views, who hopes to settle in Ramsgate

in the Spring, is desirous of meeting with either Girls under 13, to be educated by a Governess with her own Daughters, or Boys of from 8 to 11, to attend the SouthEastern College with her Sons. Terms £80, exclusive of Dress, Travelling Expenses, and Medical Attendance.

Apply to F. E. M., care of the C. E. Z. M. S., 9 Salisbury Square, E.C.

— Gentlemen. Established 1864. A Resident Master (SYDNEY ISAAC, Inter. Arts, Lond.) for Classics and Mathematics.

References kindly permitted to Rev. E. K. ELLIOT, M.A., Worthing; Dr. THOMAS STEVENSON, P.R.C.P., Lond., and Parents of the Pupils.

For Prospectus apply to MISS BILLING, Westbury House, Liverpool Gardens.

THE FAITH OF ISLAM. By the Rev. E. SELL. . The Foundations of Islam ; The Exegesis of the Quran and the Traditions ; The Sects of Islam ; The Creed of Islam; The Practical Duties of Islam; The Feasts and Fasts of Islam,

6s. 6d. TRÜBNER & CO., LUDGATE HILL.

Now ready, with Illustrations.
“ THE FIRESIDE” CHRISTMAS NUMBER. Ed.

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GOOD-WILL TO MEN."

" HOME WORDS” CHRISTMAS NUMBER: Splendidly Price One Penny.

Illustrated
ABIGAIL'S ARROWS.
Also, now Ready, Second Thousand, cloth gilt, with Frontispiece, 23. 6d.

PUZZLEDOM:

FOR FIRESIDE AMUSEMENT. BY ONE OF THE OLD BOYS. With a Preface by the Rev. CHARLES BULLOCK, B.D., Editor of Home I'ords, ete. A capital collection of Fireside Amusements.”The Record. CHRISTMAS AND FIRESIDE TALES.

All bound in rich cloth, gilt, with Illustrated Frontispiece. I. Dayspring : A Story of the Time of William Tyndale. By EMMA MARSHALL. 58.

“A delightful and most attractive volume.”The Bishop of Gloucester. II. The Nameless Shadow. By AGNES GIBERNE.

“Just the tale for the Christmas Fireside.”- The Fireside News. III. The Two Homes: A Story of Life Discipline. By Emma MARSHALL. 28. 60. IV. Stephen Mainwaring's Wooing. By EMILY S. Holt. With OTHER TALES by various Writers.

23. 60. V. The Christmas Box of Fireside Tales and Sketches. By AGNES GIBERNE, C. WAREN

BARDSLEY, M.A., EMMA MARSHALL, P. B. Power, M. A., and other Authors. 28. od.
VI. The Royal Law, with Other Tales. By EMMA MARSHALL. 28. 6d.
VII. Mrs. Haycock's Chronicles. A Tale of Life Service. By EMMA MARSHALL. 2s. 60.
VIII. True and Strong. With other Home TALES. By EMMA MARSHALL, 2s. 60.

1 IX. Nehemiah Nibbs' Goose. By C. WAREING BARDSLEY, M.A. ls. X. Our Folks. By AGNES GIBERNE. With 40 Portraits. ls. 6d.

58.

WORKS BY THE REV, CHARLES BULLOCK, B.D.

Editor of “Home Words,” etc.

I. Now ready, in rich cloth gilt, with Portraits, 58. VI. Now ready. Second Thousand. Cloth gilt, 1s. 6d.
THE CROWN OF THE ROAD:

THE FORGOTTEN TRUTH;
LEAVES FROM CONSECRATED LIVES.

OR, THE GOSPEL TRUTH OF THE HOLY GHOST. “This delightful volume."-Church man. “We recommend it with all our heart." —Record.

With Selected Hymns of the Spirit.

“I have heard many sermons on the love of the Father. II. THE TYNDALE MEMORIAL STATUE. and the love of the Son, but never one on the love of the Now Ready, cloth gilt, price 1s.

Spirit.' Is not this foundation truth sadly forgotten als WHO GAVE US “THE BOOK"? in our Sunday Schools ?Preface. Or, England's Debt to William Tyndale. “We heartily recommend this thoughtful and thoronghly “ The Bible is the secret of England's greatness.' spiritual treatise.”The Churchman. Queen Victoria.

VII. Eleventh Thousand. Now ready. Cloth gilt, price III. New Edition. Fourth Thousand. In rich cloth gilt,

WITHIN THE PALACE GATES: 17 Illustrations, 5s. ENGLAND'S ROYAL HOME.

MEMORIALS OF FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL Major-General Ponsonby, K.C.B., writes :-"The Queen With Portrait from Photograph by Elliott and Fry, is much pleased with the volume of ENGLAND'S ROYAL

Drawn by T. D. SCOTT. HOME. - WINDSOR, May 21st.

A touching tribute.”The Hecord. “We may safely predict a considerable share of popularity for England's Royal Home,' by the well-known

VIII. THE WAY HOME; Editor of 'HOME WORDS. The volume is sure to be OR, THE GOSPEL IN THE PARABLE: attractive.”The Graphic.

An Earthly Story with a Heavenly Meaning. A volume which will prove very acceptable.”John

Fortieth Thousand. In Fourteen Chapters.

Rich: Bull.

bound in cloth, gilt, 2s. IV. REPRINTED FROM “ENGLAND's ROYAL HOME."

A MAGAZINE EDITION OF THE “WAY HOME New Edition, Fourth thousand, in rich cloth gilt, with

Is also published at 6d.
Portrait, price 2s. 6d.
THE HOME LIFE OF THE PRINCE CONSORT.

IX. SUNDAY BOOKS. “It is well that this beautiful picture of domestic I. The Best Wish. A Book for the Home. W: happiness in high place should be brought within the

Frontispiece. 38. 6d. reach of a large circle of readers."--The Guardian.

“Worthy of the Author of 'The Way Home.""--Rer V. Rich cloth, bevelled gilt. With Portrait and Autograph II. Words of Ministry: SUNDAY READINGS. Letter. Price 2s. 6d.

Frontispiece. Second Thousand. 3s. 60. HUGH STOWELL:

III. The Syrian Leper; OR, SIN AND IT Cros

With Frontispiece. Fifth Thousand.
A LIFE AND ITS LESSONS.

IV. Heart Cheer for Home Sorrow. This “He was a genuine successor of our best Reformers."

Thousand. 18. Dean M'Neile.

V. The Parent's Gift. Second Thousand. 23. 6d.

LONDON : "HOME WORDS” PUBLISHING OFFICE, 7 PATERNOSTER SQUARE, E.C.

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Edited by the Rev. CHARLES BULLOCK, B.D., Author of “The Way Home,” etc.

ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR LOCALISATION,
100,000 FREE COPIES of the January Canvassing Number offered to the Clergy.

THE FIRST HUNDRED FREE: THE REST HALF-PRICE. Thus the January Number, with Pastoral Address (600 Words), may be placed in every house in a parish on the following terms :

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As a rule, the people would gladly pay id. for each copy, and continue to take 600

1000 the Magazine. Thus, taking a parish with 1000 population, the expenditure of 198. 4.d. 5s. 1}d. for 200, yielding at id., 16s. 8d., would probably put into circulation

£1, 12s. 41d. during twelve months 2000 copies. The circulation of a Localised Magazine-sure to be read, because purchased-saves the heavy cost of Tract Distribution. Moreover, the Notices of Sermons, Meetings, etc., on the Covers, will often save the cost of Bills and Circulars. Subscriptions are also often obtained through this channel. *** Specimen Copy and full particulars sent on application to Mr. CHARLES MURRAY, Home Words Office,

7 Paternoster Square, E.C. From the LORD BISHOP OF RIPON—“It is superfluous for me to say anything in praise of ‘Home Words. Large as its circulation is, I wish that it was doubled."

AT The January Number will be ready almost immediately, to further Localisation in new Parishes.

OUR ALMANACKS FOR 1885

ARE NOW READY.

THE "FIRESIDE” SHEET ALMANACK,

FOR LOCALISATION.
Arranged by the Rev. CHARLES BULLOCK, B.D. formerly Rector of St. Nicholas, Worcester,

of “The Fireside,” etc. Special attention is called to the Selection of Texts, which are adapted for Church Seasons. The Sunday Texts harmonise with those chosen for the week, and thus give a connected view of Scripture teaching. The selection has been again made by the Bishop of Killaloe.

The ALMANACK, LOCALISED, forms an admirable mode of Pastoral Communication for the New Year. It is readily purchased in hundreds of parishes, when sent round to the people; and when fixed to cottage and bedroom walls it answers the purpose of a tract and a text for every day in the year, never out of sight, and always conveying a “word in season.

EARLY ORDERS. It is most important that orders should be sent at once. The immense circulation last year rendered it very difficult to supply many of the copies before Christmas.

Specimen Copy and Terms sent on application to Mr. C. MURRAY, Home Words Office, 7 Paternoster Sq., E.C.

THE "DAY OF DAYS” TABLET ALMANACK.

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FOR THE STUDY, THE BOUDOIR, OR THE BEDROOM. [The Monthly Calendar Tablets, if cut out and pierced at the top, can be hung up by a piece of ribbon for daily reference.]

The Record says :-“It is the best invention of the kind we have seen. The price is only ld.”

A Specimen Copy of this unique TABLET ALMANACK will be sent on receipt of One Penny Stamp by the Manager, Home Words Office, 7 Paternoster Square, E.C.

*

THE NEW ANNUALS FOR 1884 ARE NOW READY.
No Books can possibly be so cheap as Magazine Annuals, and they are

especially adapted for HOME GIFTS and PARISH LIBRARIES.
1d. MONTHLY.
HOME WORDS."

2s. 1d. MONTHLY. od. MONTHLY.

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78. 6d. LONDON : “HOME WORDS” PUBLISHING OFFICE, 7 PATERNOSTER SQUARE, E.C,

"THE DAY OF DAYS."

2s..

OTHERS. Kind motherly care, combined with Christian training. Kindergarten for little ones. Entire charge taken if desired. Prospectus and particulars on application to

Mrs. LANKESTER, Dover House, Clifton Hill, Brighton.

THE FERNS, GREEN LANES, N. (Near Highbury, New-Park.) THE MIsses BIRCHALL receive a limited number of Resident Pupils (18). Home

comforts and loving care, combined with the strict discipline of a School, and a liberal education based on Christian principles. Eminent Professors attend. Indian Pupils received.

References and Prospectus forwarded.

EASIDE BOARDING-SCHOOL FOR THE DAUGHTERS OF GENTLEMEN.

Mrs. CHANCELLOR, diplomée (wife of the Rev. W.B. Chancellor, C.M. S.), has now several vacancies. German and French acquired abroad. Resident English Governess and Visiting Masters. A Happy Home, with careful Christian training. Terms moderate. First-class references.

DOVER HOUSE, West Cliff, Ramsgate.

SOUTH

YOUTH DEVON HEALTH RESORT, BISHOPS-TEIGNTON. This

Select Establishment is situated in one of the most healthy, and for situation one of the most beautiful, villages in England. Eminent medical men who have visited the Resort speak very highly of it as suitable for delicate persons and for those needing a healthful change. A First-class suite of Baths, Sea and Moorland Air. For Prospectus apply to C. F. CARPENTER, Bishops-Teignton, South Devon.

CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S UNION.

THE
NHE THIRD ANNUAL REPORT (1882–3), containing Record of the Brighton

Conference, with Papers read there, by Mrs. POWER, Miss L. M. Moor, Mrs. HUTCHINSON, and other Ladies,

Now ready. Price 1s. ; by post ls. 2d. Post-Office Orders should be made payable to Miss M. A. LLOYD, Hon. Secretary 73 South Lambeth Road, S.W., London,

Also,

POLISHED CORNER-STONES, OR LOVING COUNSELS TO OUR DAUGHTERS.

Royal 16mo. Price 1s.

S. W. PARTRIDGE & Co., 9 Paternoster Row, E.C.

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