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Bath, has been reopened, after Mon.---The Rev. 8. Skingle has been alterations and repairs.--At Mal- recognised as the pastor of the borough, near Kingsbridge, Devon, church at Whitchurch, Hants. the chapel has been restored, and The Rev. H. M. Jones has been new schoolrooms have been erected. recognised as the pastor of the -A new chapel has been opened at church at Neyland, Pembrokeshire. Lancaster, for the ministry of the - The Rev. W. F. Gooch has been Rev. J. Whitaker.-The chapel at recognised as the pastor of the Newport, Isle of Wight, under the church in Webber Street, Falmouth. care of the Rev. F. Trestrail (late secretary of the Baptist Missionary The following reports of MINISSociety), has been reopened after con- TERIAL CHANGES have reached us siderable alteration and repairs.-A since our last issue:- The Rev. T. W. new chapel has been opened at Long- Handford, of Bolton, to Bloomsbury ford, near Coventry, for the ministry Chapel, London; the Rev. A. Doel, of the Rev. J. P. Barnett.-A new to Diss, Norfolk; the Rev. L. G. chapel has been opened in Manvery Carter, of Banbury, to Charlotte Street, Bath, for the ministry of the Chapel, Edinburgh; the Rev. J. Revs. D. Wassell and J. Davies.-A Stubbs, of the Metropolitan Tabernanew chapel has been opened at cle College, to Chiswick; the Rev. Addlestone, Surrey, for the ministry P. F. Pearce, of Darlington, to of the Rev. E. Leach.

George Street, Hull; the Rev. J. R.

Chappelle, of Boston, to Fakenham, The Rev. J. M. Bergin has been Norfolk; the Rev. A. P. Fulton, recognised as the pastor of the of the Metropolitan Tabernacle church at Sutton, Surrey.-The College, to St. Andrews, N.B.; the Rev. W. Fuller has been recognised Rev. T. Tarn, of the same college, as the pastor of the church at to Park Road, Peckham, Surrey; Enfield, Accrington.-The Rev. W. the Rev. J. T. Felce, of Kislingbury, Cuff, formerly of Bury St. Edmunds, to Sulgrave, Helmdon, and Cul: has been recognised as the pastor of worth; the Rev. S. Peacock, son of the church in Providence Chapel, the Rev. E. J. Peacock, to Saint Hill, Hackney Road, London.—The Rev. near Collumpton, Devon; the Rev. W. Hillier has been recognised as G. W. Roughton, of Watchet, Somthe pastor of the church at Ridge- erset, to Lydney, Gloucestershire; mount, Beds.—The Rev. T. A the Rev. J. Manning, of ShrewsWilliams, late of Swaffham, Nor- bury, to Totteridge Road, Enfield folk, has been recognised as the Highway. The Rev. L. Nuttall, of pastor of the church at Uxbridge, Ogden, near Rochdale, has resigned Middlesex. - The Rev. T. Churchyard his pastorate on account of enfeebled has been recognised as the pastor of health, and has been succeeded by the church at Hanley.-The Rev. D. the Rey. A. E. Greening, of LiverJames, from Llangollen College, has pool. The Rey. R. Holmes has rcbeen recognised as the pastor of the signed his pastorate at Rawdon, church at Ponthypryd,

Caermarthen- near Leeds." The Rev. H. Wilkins shire.—The Rev. ř. Griffiths, from has resigned his pastorate at Leiglie the same college, has been recog, ton Buzzard, Beds. The Rev. A. nised as the pastor of the church at Carson has resigned his pastoralo Tarporley, Cheshire.-The Rev. S. at Coleraine. The Rev. J. M. RyRees has been recognised as the land has resigned his pastorate at pastor of the church at Thornbury, Woodstock, Oxon. The Rev. J. H. Gloucestershire.—The Rev.J. Berry

Lummis has relinquished his pas, man has been recognised as the torate at Swadlincote, Burton-onpastor of the church at Nantyglo, Trent. The Rev. E. J. Stobo has resigned his pastorate at Kilmar of the Rev. W. Salter, formerly of nock, having accepted an invitation Coalville, Leicestershire, more reto Canada. The Rev. G. Veals has cently of Netherton, near Dudley, resigned his pastorate at Battle Staffordshire, at the age of fiftySussex.

three; also, of the Rev. Š. Pearce, of

Leafield, Oxfordshire, at the age of We regret to announce the death | thirty.

EDITORIAL POSTSCRIPT. Once more, at the close of another year, we desire to offer to our friends and helpers our profound acknowledgments for the kindness with which our labours continue to be received. It is not given to many to toil, as we have done, for more than five-and-twenty years, in the same field of effort, and to find their success rather growing than diminishing. For that it is so in our case, we owe, first of all, an acknowledgment to the Giver of all good, next to those by whom, under Him, our hands have been held up, and our efforts succeeded. Not so much to ourselves, but to our contributors,-not even to them only, but to the pastors of our Churches, and to the numerous other friends who have aided in maintaining our circulation,-is it due that THE CHURCH is as vigorous now as it was five-and-twenty years ago.

Still, it is necessary to depend, not upon past or even present success, but upon continued, or rather increased, endeavour. We hope, next year, to “surpass ourselves.” We have already received promises of help in our work, particulars respecting which are to be found eleswhere; but we look for other helpers also. May we hope that we shall receive in the future, what we gratefully acknowledge that we have received in the past, that assistance, of all kinds, without which our own endeavours must be in vain ?

WE have been requested to direct attention to the advertisement which appears elsewhere, announcing the appearance of a New Baptist Weekly Newspaper. That such a paper is needed there is no doubt; indeed, such a paper has been desired for many years. We are thankful, however, to notice, that it is not intended to be antagonistic to any existing paper : it is intended to occupy a place exclusively its own. Will the readers of THE CHURCH support it? They, by themselves alone, could make it immediately a success. We trust that every reader of THE CHURCH will be a reader also of “ THE BAPTIST;" and that all our endeavours, carried on in a spirit of dependance on the Divine favour, and characterised by that "love" which is a “ fruit of the Spirit,” may be the means of advancing the principles that we hold dear, and especially of advancing that kingdom of the Saviour upon which the hopes of the world depend,

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Leafield, We regret to announce the death thirty.

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D. MACGREGOR . . . . .
wctor. By the Rev. T. R. STEVENSON

Was Won . . . . . . . .
wilemon. By the Rev. F. TRESTRAIL. No. I.. . .
urgot!" For the Young ...
for Sphere : . . . . .
retting . . . . . . . . . . . .
be Legend of St. Christopher . . . . . ,
The Bread of St. Jodokus. From the German . . . . .
cenes from the Life of the Great Apostle. By the Rev. N. Hay-.

CROFT, D.D. II.-Paul at Antioch . . . . . . dow Johnny was made Better . . . . . . . . hod our Exceeding Joy. By the Rev. JAMES FOSTER . One Unguarded Moment . : : : . s

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Paul and Philemon. By the Rev. F. TRESTRAIL. No. II..
The Story of a Clover-Blossom. For the Young
Tide what May” . . . . . . .
Little Strawberry-Blossom ; : : : :
Drawing a Congregation . . . . . . .
re the Children at Home? . . . . . .
be Prodigal's Departure and Return. By the Rev. W. P. BALFERN.

No. I.—The Departure . . . . . . . ,
ly. By Duncan MACGREGOR : : . . . . . .
The Eternal Refuge. By the Rev. W. H. KING
Father Time as an Artist . . .
Panl and Philemon. By the Rev. F. TRESTRAIL, No. III. . .

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