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IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS,
Now published, demy 8vo (with PORTRAIT), price 108. ed.,
THE SECOND EDITION OF
INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE AND MINISTRY OF
BY HIS WIDOW.
11, Buckingham Street, Adelphi, London, W.C. A most intoresting Memoir, giving Mr. DALLAS'S OWN account of his early life with the Army ENTY-F in the Peninsular Campaign, and of his entry into the Ministry. In addition to its suitability for readers generally, it would prove a very desirable book to place in the hands of young Officers and young Clergymen.
"STORY OF THE TRISH CHURCH MISSIONS." If the
(PART I.) BY THE LATE REV. ALEX. DALLAS, M.A. Price, neatly bound in cloth, 28. 6d. May be had, postage-free, on application to Mr. PASLEY,
Ireld de Centi Arch Missi La) on T All friend
ALSO, CARTES DE VISITE (BY MAYALL) OF
PRICE ONE SHILLING EACH, OR 13 STAMPS.
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PORTRAITS OF THE SAME,
NY FRIENDS OF THE IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS who A
have worshipped in 27, Townsend Street, Dublin, and who have perhaps been struck by the simple earnestness of the Services, will be glad to learn that an effort is about to be made to improve the Singing, by the addition of a small organ in the Mission Church.. Any Contribution, however small, towards this object from "«Where those who may be willing to share in the undertaking, will be thankfully received by Lieut.-Col. F. S. GABB, 11, Buckingham Street, Adelphi, London, W.C., and by Rev. H. C. CORY, 12, D'Olier Street ; or Miss E. SMYLY, 35, Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin.
Most of them
TWENTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY PRAYER-MEETING,
THURSDAY, 16th JANUARY, 1873.
HE friends of the Society are earnestly invited to unite with
the Committee, the Missionaries, the Agents, the Converts,
All friends, including ladies, are invited to attend. Friends in the Provinces are asked to arrange meetings of a similar character, in their deveral auxiliaries, as near the above-named time as convenient.*
* “Where two or three are gathered together in My name, there am I in the y lidst of them." py