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Church Weekly (Newspaper) - October 29, 1897, London, Middlesex Vol. II. No. 44. [ REGISTERED AT G.P.O. ] FBIDAY, OCTOBEK 29, 1897. r AS A "I L newspaper.;] ONE PENNY. THE CHURCH COMMITTEE for Church Defence and Church Instruction. Presidents-TKe ARCHBISHOPS of CANTERBURY and YORK. Chairman of Executive Committee-The EARL of SELBORNE. Treasurers-C. HOARE, Esq., Sir FRANCIS S. POWELL, Bart., M.P., and Sir C. L. RYAN, K.C.B. Almost the last of the many labours of the late Archbishop Benson was the amalgamation of the Church Defence Institution and the Central Church Committee. A considerable reduction in C^ntyal Office expenditure was thus effected, and it is desired to further fcjrvy^4 the work by increasing the Organising Agents and Lecturers, and by a systematic circulation of Instructive Literature. The ignorance respecting the history and true position of the Church which so largely prevails even amon^ Church-people, and the misconceptions which are so rife and so diligently fostered elsewhere, constitute a real danger to the great spiritual heritage of the country. There is now an unexampled opportunity for placing the truth before the country with calmness and deliberation, the Church was never better supplied with capable and authoritative teachers, and the Council earnestly ASKS FOR HELP from all thoughtful Churchmen and Churchwomen. DONATIONS and NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS will be most thankfully received, and may be paid to Messrs. Hoare and Co., 37, Fleet-street, E.C, or to the Secretary, at the Offices, Church House, Westminster, S.W. T. MARTIN TILBY, Secretary. THE CLERGY RELIEF CORPORATION. Established 1856. Incorporated by Koyal Charter, 1867. President-The RIGHT HON. and RIGHT REV. the LORD BISHOP of LONDON. [the VEN. ARCHDEACON FARRAR, D.D., F.R.S. Trusteeslrhe VEN. ARCHDEACON SINCLAIR, D.D. (The REV. CANON BENHAM, B.D., F.S;A. Treasurer-LIEUT.-COL. J. B. HARDY. Solicitor-T>R. EDWIN FRESHFIELD, F.S.A., 5, Bank Buildings, E.C. Auditor-C F. KEMP, Esq., 73, Lombard-street, E.C. THE COMMITTEE EARNESTLY APPEAL FOR LIBERAL HELP, both in the way of Offertories, Donations and Subscriptions, and gifts of clothing. They assist the Clergy, their Widows and Orphans, in times of sickness, bereavement, or other temporary distress. All cheques should be crossed " London and Westminster Bank," N0J1, St.Jamess-square, S.W., and made payable to MANDEVILLE B. PHILLIPS, by whom all Contributions will be thankfully received. MANDEVILLE B. PHILLIPS, Secretory. Offices: 36, Southampton-street, Strand, W.C COMPLETE EDITION. USED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, FOR USE IN CHURCH DURING CHRISTMAS AND EPIPHANY, EASTER ASCENSION AND HARVEST. (218 CAROLS) BV 1^. F*. CHOPE. The Music Edited by H. S. IRONS and A. H. BROWN. With an introduction by S. BARING-GOULD. Applications for Grants of Carols, Music, or Words, should be sent to the Rev. R. R. Chops. Vicarage, 117, Queen's Gate, South Kensington, S.W., and should contain a stamped and addressed envelope for reply. OPINIONS :-"THE BOOK of the day." Charming volume-rich harvest of beautiful words and music." " Learned and extremely interesting Introduction." " Most complete collection extant." " Sure to be most useful to the Church. The free use of such words and music will be of great value In making the services ot the Church at great festivals bright and hearty, and in impressing the events commemorated on the minds of many whose interest and sycipalh,r weal J not be so readily aroused in any other way." So well adapted to parochial purposes that it :annot fail to be much appreciated," "The very Queen of Carol Books/ " Everyone delights In them; the effect in the Cathedral was very fine." "The Bishop is glad that such a collection had been formed." Another Bishop writes:-"It has long been a favourite book, and I hope my children may learn to love these songs as I do." Another Bishop :-" The antiquarian world and the spiritual Church are both richer for the collection you have made." " It will be of real use, not only to me here in my Cathedral, but to the whole Church, which I am sure owes you a deep debt of gratitude for your very much needed collection of Carols." Numbers of parish priests praise the book. Prices:-is., 3a. 6d., Is. 6.d Words:-1b., 8d., 6d., 2d. Some Christmas and Easter, and all Harvest Carols, may be bad separately with Music, ONE PENNY each London WILLIAM CLOWES & SONS, Limited, 13, Charing Cross, Cfe&r-Type teaohers1 Bibles, including. q The BIBLE READERS' MANUAL; or, Aids to J�W.�tf Btudy for Students' of the Holy Scripture. Edited by the Rev. CHARLES H. H. BRIGHT, D.L., *IA, M.D., PhJV, Vioar of St. John's, Liverpool. New and Revised Edition, with Illustrations and Ml . The Manual also contains an Index to Pbbsons, PXiAObs, and Subjects, Concordance, Gasbttbes and Schiptubh Atijas. LIST OF PRINCIPAL CONTRIBUTORS I Condor, P.M.RA&: Prof, Cowan, Aberdeen: Prof an: jw. sJwiuuiK, jooutuu j Dr. H. E\ ana; Canon Fausset; Prof. Harj jr^phloagq ______________^.A^Qi^r^e^r.Hurlbut.Nev; York; IWv. K .Murray M'OWejlgjffifa Macmillan; Theo. �. Plnobea^tffclsb.Museum; Dr..Phtnineri ltof.fiolri,&ewpYorkrPro* AdMa Bmlth: 8210. The " Pearl" type. Prenoh Moroooo, round corners, gilt edi^i . The^ohoapflst Teaohers' Bible in leader landing. 8390. The 11 Kuby " type. TfenoBiMdroooo, yapp, round corners, red under gold edges The smallest large type Teaohers' Bible. 8197. The u Emerald," Levant Morocoo, yapp, round comers, red under gold edges, calf lined to edge, silk sewn. The largest type medium-sized Bible .. 8590. The 11 Minion," Frenoh Morocco, yapp, round corners, gilt edgea .. .. A large type Teaohers' Bible. 8694. 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