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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 117

To [Mr. Barrow, Sen.].

WESTWOOD, Mar. 23, 1889.


I am in great need of your aid just now. I want you to take the chair at the College Supper, Wednesday, May 8.

You have been such a splendid helper by building chapels that I want to recognize my indebtedness to you for this, and many other kindnesses, by getting still deeper into debt.

My father has told me of your country-house, which I must hope to visit; but. this time I want you to visit me at my workshop. I shall be very greatly relieved and comforted if you will send a speedy “Yea” to this request.

With kindest regards to yourself and Mrs. Barrow,

I am,

Yours ever heartily,


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