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THE

LOCAL PREACHERS' MAGAZINE

AND

CHRISTIAN FAMILY RECORD

FOR THE YEAR 1873.

THE AUTHORISED ORGAN OF THE

Wesleyan Methodist Local Preachers' Mutual-Did Association.

ESTABLISHED MDCCCXLIX.

“Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ."

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PHILIP PARKER, 8, EXETER HALL, STRAND.
KENT AND CO., AND SIMPKIN AND CO.,

PATERNOSTER ROW.

1873,

Per 11144. e. 29

LONDON :

PRINTED BY CHALONER AND COOKE,

OXFORD ARMS PASSAGE, E.O.

INDEX TO THE TWENTY-THIRD VOLUME.

BIOGRAPHY : Edward Creswell—1, 33 ;

Peter Crawford —83; James Flattery-
110; Mrs. English-129; Hender G.
Foster-171; Alexander Gailey_234,
266, 293 ; Mrs. Pond -238 ; Miss Ben-
well—270, 298 ; Mrs. Sarah Stanley-
332; George Froggatt, 362.

CHOICE SELECTIONS: A Word for Mothers,

23 ; Wesley's Last Sermon in the Open
Air, 23; Severity of England's Criminal
Code, 23 ; Unyamwezi, its Extent, 23 ;
Horace Greeley, 53; How to obtain a
Bible, 53 ; Charles Wesley's Ministry,
53 ; Anglo-Indian Christian Union, 53 ;
Livingstone found by Stanley, 119; Mo-
hammedanism-its fruits, 122 : Romish
Worship, 122 ; Wesley's Emotion under
Bereavement, 123; Sabbath Desecration,
151; May Meetings, 220, 273; A
Failure, 222 ; Preachers of the Right
Stamp, 223 ; The Italian Free Church,
223 ; The Lord's Supper, by Capel
Molyneux, 243 ; A Word to the Dull
Folks, 274 ; Hebrew Poetry, 276 ; Earl
Russell on Education, 277 ; The Papal
Church Incurable, 278; Hints to the
Missionary, 278; A Diviner Baptism
wanted, 305 ; Wickedness in England,
305 ; Means and Qualifications, 306 ;
Consecration Wanted, 306 ; Disestablish-
ment in Jamaica, 307 ; Hope for Italy,
307 ; Auricular Confession in the Church,
308 ; Idolatry at Rome, 310 ; Rome, its
Paganism, 311 ; The Lord's Supper not
a Sacrifice, 314 ; The Heavenly Inheri-
taoce, 314 ; Mr. Gladstone and the Jubi.
lee Singers, 315 ; Romish Worship and
Varieties, 317 ; Local Preachers of
Methodism, 343; A Distressed Player, 345;
Ordinances, 345 ; Excessive Brain Work,
346 ; Barbarous Persecutions, 347 ; Sen-
timents worth Recording, 348 ; Prayer
for Children, 348 ; Children and the
Sabbath, 363 ; Marriage, its Sanctity and
Indissolubleness, 366; Life at Home,
368 ; St. Ulrich, its Artists and their
Manufactures, 369;

Denominational
Harmony and the Victory of Bible
Truth, 372 ; Chain Parable of a Mission-
ary, 372; Printing the New Testament
in Rome, 373 ; The Arrival of Autumn,
374; Differences of Opinion, 374 ; Par.
sue Beauty, 374; Ritualists, 375; The

Italian Free Church, 375; A Glasgow
Convert to Methodism, 375; Dearness of
Provisions in Wesley's Day, 376; The
Papal Church Incurably Corrupt, 376 ;
Sin and its Effects, 376; Watch-night
Service held by Wesley, 376.

DEATHS : William Whitroyd, 32 ; Mrs.

Ward, 32; James Flattery, 32; Peter
Marshall, 32 ; George Riddall, 32; Mrs.
Pond, 32; John Boocock, 32 ; George
Pedley, 63; Thomas Newcombe, 63 ;
James Matthews, 63; John G. Petchell,
63 ; George Taylor, 94 ; Elizabeth
Baxter, 94 ; James King, 94; William
Hodges, 127 ; Mrs. W. Rowledge, 127;
Peter Roberts, 127 ; David Peace, 128 ;
William Midgley, 128, 220 ; Simeon
Stone, 128 ; Thomas Bottomley, 158;
Francis Wolstenholme, 158 ; Thomas
Killip, 158 ; Richard Lucas, 158 ; Thos.
Rowledge, 158; Hendon G. Foster, 158 ;
Thos. Shaw, 158; Sarah Faulkner, 158
Leah Howell, 158 ; Henry Leggoe, 188 ;
John Richards, 189; George Ward, 189 ;
Elizabeth Atkins, 189 ; Mary Ann Cala-
dine, 189; George Froggatt, 220; Samuel
Hoyle, 220 ; John Lee, 220; William
Crocombe, 220; Henry Bailey Holles, 255;
Samuel Ellis, 255; John Hitchins, 255;
William Nicholl, 286 ; Mary Leake, 286;
Thomas Buckley, 286; John Corby,

James Cooke, 286 ; Joseph Scatter-
good, 286 ; J. Gilyead, 287 ; James
Bolton, 287 ; George Mallinson, 320 ;
Samuel Beresford, 320 ; Nicholas Moyse,
320 ; Thomas C. Park, 320; Mary Bas-
nett, 320 ; Mrs. Sanders, 351 ; Martha
Leach, 351; Elizabeth Wade, 351.

286 ;

LITERARY NOTICES : Allen's Present

Position of Methodism, 50 ; The Class
and the Desk, 51; The Methodist Visi-
tor, 51, 187, 318, 342 ; Old Jonathan,
52, 150 ; The Appeal, 52, 91, 150, 187,
318, 342 ; The Hive ; 52, 91, 150, 187,
224, 318, 342 ; The Handbook of Illus-
trations, 53, 91 ; Second Report Anglo-
Indian Mission, 53 ; Methodist Temper-
ance Magazine, 91, 150, 187, 224, 318,
342 ; Newman Hall's Sermon, 91; The
Women of Methodism, 91, 115 ; Poetical
Works and Life of Rachel Moorcock, 116;
The Priceless Portion, by Kirton, 117 ;

The Natural Use of Drink, 117 ; An Ad-
dress to Methodist Ministers, 117; The
Converted Family, 146 ; Young's Trans-
lation of Matthew, 150; Our Week-night
Service, 150, 187 ; The Gardener's Maga.
zine, 150; Heon's Heart Yearnings, 187;
Elza's Translations of the Minor Prophets,
187, 242 ; Notes on a Mission at Louth,
187; The Catholic Pulpit, 224; The
Church, 224, 318; The Methodist Class
Meeting, 211; Golden Candlesticks,
242 ; Royal Diadem, 318; Ebenez r,
318; Webb's Ordinances of Christian Wor-
ship, 311 ; Punsbon on the Lord's Sup-
per, 342 ; Unfolding the Bud, by Silas
Henn, 342; List of Mr. Henn's Books,
342.

ORIGINAL ESSAYS: Perseverance, 5; A

Time to Dance, 7; Local Preachers and
their Work, 36, 65, 97; National Educa-
tion, 39, 69, 232 ; Our Frank, 43, 77,
108, 138; Congregational Collections, 73;
The Gospel Preacher devoted to his work
in the midst of Secular Engagements,
79, 101, 135, 167, 193, 225 ; England's
Great Evangelist, by John Rose, 105,
131, 165, 197, 229; Christianity and
Friendship, 161 ; Methodist Ministers and
Local Preachers, 257 ; Maxims of Solo.
mon, 258; The Freely begetting Mercy
of God, 262; The Bishop's Pastoral to
the Wesleyans, 289 ; Conference Address
to Methodist Societies, 321 ; Holiness of
Heart, 324 ; Methodist Minutes, 328 ;
Statistics of British Methodism, 332 ;
Prayer, in relation to God and the Laws
of Nature, 354; Remembering the Poor,
356; Preachers of Olden Time, 360.

MISCELLANEOUS : Providence, 20; Sir

Roundell Palmer and Mr. Berridge, 21 ;
The Use of Public Vehicles on Sundays,
123 ; The St. Paul's Lectures to Young
Men, 125; May Meetings, 182 ; Apho-
risms, 184 ; Geographical Unbelief, 184.

PAENOMENA OF THE MONTHS : January,

23 ; February, 59; March, 91 ; April,
126 ; May, 153 ; June, 187 ; July, 224 ;
August, 246 ; September, 279 ; October,
318; November, 349; December, 377.

POETRY : Ferns, 152; Dear Mother, 318.

SUNDAY SCHOOL COLUMN: Counsels to

the Young, 52, 92, 177 ; Love of
Finery, 52.

MUTUAL-AID ASSOCIATION REPORTER :

Nottingham Annual Meeting, 27; Meet-
ing at Richmond Road Chapel, Hackney,
29 ; Duckintield, Ashton-under-Lyne
Branch, 30; A Good Example, 59;
Chamberlain Testimonial Fund, 59, 92,
126, 157 ; Meeting at Pimlico, 60; A
Challenge, 92, 126, 153; Congleton
Branch, 92 ; Sheerness Branch, 92 ; Our
Veterans, 154 ; The Hymn of Chris-
tian Brotherhood, 155; Towcester Branch,
157 ; A Step in the Right Direction, 188 ;
THE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL MEET-
ING, Norwich, 207, 216 ; Swaffham
Branch, 217 ; Norwich and the late Meet-
ing, 247 ; A Visit to Norwich, 252, 279 ;
Aylesbury, 253; Derby, 254 ; Northamp-
ton Branch, 284; Worthy of Notice, 286;
A Specimen of Ask and Receive, 319;
Downham-As it should be, 349; Derby,
350 ; Letter from Clericus, 350 ; We
know not what we can do till we try, 377;
Gratitude, 378.

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GENERAL COMMITTEE, 31, 62, 93, 127,

188, 218, 254, 286, 319, 350, 378.

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NARRATIVE : A Fortnight at Bournemouth,

10, 45, 86, 110; The Unwelcome
Preacher, 14; Our Frank, 18; A Week
in Rome, 140, 174, 201 ; Norwich, 301,
336.

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