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Methodist (Newspaper) - February 1, 1884, London, Middlesex ( - In Him was Kf i and to flie be calm Jesus saith unto I am the and the and the HA John not the nature of ne ts a thinks steaks METHOD latd Hie revelation of Jesus Wesley 'The Character of a * ' 533-New No. 5 FEBRUARY 1884 at the General 1 as a Newspaper j PENNY I incorporated under the 1862 to 1880 divided into 3,000 of follows ISSUE OF 2,000 SHARES Spectacles can only be perfectly adjusted by those having a thorough knowledge of the anatomy of the eye combined with optical have the highest medical confirmed by daily that imperfect together with the haphazard plan of selection generally employed by the mew is cause of most cases of blindness and defective Sir Julius Benedict I have tried the principal opticians in London without bat the spectacles you have adapted suit the clearness of your as compared with others is really Dr. I could not have believed it possible that my sight could have been so much improved and relieved at my age * now re p r the smallest type although suffering front cataract on the right Testimonials from Earl and F- D- Dixon he Venerable Archdeacon Private Chaplain to the Duke of Mother St. Mary's Abbey MUl * * i | r I E t when of which not less than two will be Kith the option of paying up in full on 8 Euston personally adapts his IMPROVED Arr ira Chairman PRESIDENT OF THE BENJAMIN BROWNE The Rev. JOHN DRAYTON Ka P J. h BY THE NEW CHEAP PARCELS 4 The Rev. JOHN Mr. JOHN FOAT INEXPENSIVE NEEDLEWORK AND KNITTING Stocks of G kept on HARVEY JOHN 4 L I J * Folkestone WILLIAM hundreds of Useful Articles HARLOW JOHN PARCELS ARE SENT ON APPROBATION FOR PREVIOUS CASH For full particulars see Price 4 Wools and Knitting Yarns of Every Known Make FREDERICK FREDERICK - J HAMMOND & F. GEORGE REYNOLDS WAKEFORD BROS In nil the most recent New and Beautiful SHOPS AND FANCY REPOSITORIES Wholesale 101 and 106 King's London ' L h - JOHN D. l Secretaries Mr. ALFRED JOHN BAKER 4" JOHN Registered CANTERBURY 1 r COMPANY all the Properties of the Finest Arrowroot BROWN Is a Household Requisite of Constant FOR THE THE FAMILY AND THE SIOK ROOM Scholars j - - r formed for the purpose of at a moderate an auspices for both Boys and as Boarders and Day Note l lb Unlike many other Corn this bears the name of its who offer the guarantee of their long-established reputation for its uniformly superior 1 * 1 4l on the ground of health 5 and as it includes within its of the the Directors feel that the nf in WEEK'S ISSUE 1 II iii h * with present 8 a have already on most easy and St. ana about one mile from the Canterbury Wesleyan establish with accommodation 1 4 h J L 11 the Directors derate Bite m near the and in full nv and the buildings erected without delay ay be if after the next Summer Household 7d. Contents fob in Association and Fori the Secretaries be seen at the Offices of the Solicitor ay be obtained from the the w i n adding that the scheme has the full sanction the Methodist Education - appointed the as - Hints upon Gardening for Amateurs Parisian Notes on Literary Money Prize Replies to Educational Notices to &c Battersea r 4F F J 1 House 1 Pi r. B. W. Chislehurst Mr. G. H. Chislehurst 4 h 1 H b lb 1 - r * 41 - i - 1 Li j 13h - II - New Baraet Blackheat i Now Beady Kerb by W. 4 Ht r i i la 2 Castle City Road T f The Blind How to Lovely a Life's An Artist's Model of the My French A Young Wife's The Holloway College and Our Description of LARGE COLOURED FASHION LARGE COLOURED SUPPLEMENT for a Water or Flower Vase of FASHIONS Dinner The The The or Ball Dress J The Bruce Costume - A Bridal Euphrasia Portable Crathie Summer Coat for a Girl of Eight Japanese Gold Promenade w NEEDLEWORK ENGRAVINGS in of a Butterfly for Outline for pr for on or Bugle Work to be Worked in various with Dacca r j r for an Elderly Lady's - H BEMROSE 23 Old - + h r I i h - p
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