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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 96

TO MR. PASSMORE

WESTWOOD, March 11, 1891.

DEAR MR. PASSMORE, —

When that good little lad came here on Monday with the sermon, late at night, it was needful. But please blow somebody up for sending the poor little creature here, late to-night, in all this snow, with a parcel much heavier than he ought to carry. He could not get home till eleven, I fear; and I feel like a cruel brute in being the innocent cause of having a poor lad out at such an hour on such a night. There was no need at all for it. Do kick somebody for me, so that it may not happen again.

Yours ever heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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