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TO THE KDITOB. Sir. — Tho writer of tho notlo3 concerning the Prlnoß of Wa'ea and the Rev 0. H. Spurgeon In yoar ls;ao of iaat •;venin?, evidently did not know that f here la no " ponUent form " m the Biptfst Church. Aaotfaer m'atake he bsa undo ia to torn into rldloalo a really se?loua and roost important matter, which 'bo writer might know libb eDgaged tho thoughts of tena of thouaanda who hava repeated the Htnrgy of the Ohuroh of Engbnd for years. Suroly no orje who remembers how earnestly the Prince was prayed for by tho nation when he was lying dangerously ill of typhoid fever, would ecoff at the prayers of cny rlcht thinking portion of the cqmmnoi'y, who seek to ace the Prince exartlng iv bit* hia high station Boraetbiag of the Irflaenoe for good pleased by his mother, one Gracious Queen. I am etc., ALEpn.

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THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE REV C.H. SPURGEON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2192, 6 August 1889

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