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The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Volume 32

The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Volume 32

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Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com

ISBN: 1230105700

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Page: 234

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...by courteously declining to take into consideration a letter, emanating from one who is equally eminent as a man of saintly character, and as an able and dangerous heresiarch, the consideration of which would have been a departure from that rule of ecclesiastico-political non-interference on which the Conference has acted from the beginning." Dr. Rigg has graced his republication with a dedication to the Rev. William Arthur, lately one of the Secretaries of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, now Principal of the Methodist College, Belfast. We quote the final sentence of the Dedication: --" Knowing, therefore, as I do, that the views which are set forth in the following pages respecting the relations of Methodism to the Church of-England agree with those which you have long held, and which, twelve years ago, you published-in the London Quarterly Review, I wish to dedicate this publication to you, both because of our long friendship, and that I may thus gain the advantage of your name to bespeak the more attentive consideration for that which is here advanced." Words of Comfort for Parents Bereaved of Little Children. Edited by William Logan, Author of "The Moral Statistics of Glasgow," &c. Fifth Edition, Enlarged. London: Nisbet & Co. 1868. MB. Loans by this volume, no longer now a little one, has made himself one of the best-known benefactors of his race. Not for profit's sake, but out of pure sympathy, he has compiled and edited this most beautiful and blessed book. Here are treasures of consolation, in prose and_ poetry, for all that are bereaved. The volume has no rival, and is one which no Christian should lack. In connection with Mr. Logau's book, we may name one by his friend, Dr....