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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 134

TO MR. JOSHUA KEEVIL

WESTWOOD, June 19, 1886.

DEAR MR. KEEVIL, —

The grey deserves all you can say about it; but why should you give me a horse? It is a great deal too much. I feel as if I must not take so large a gift of you.

I am ready to buy it of you at a price, and thank you. Please let me have it for a while, and then we can have this matter over. Meanwhile the best of God’s blessings rest upon you for ever.

This is my birthday, but no one else proposes such a gift. There seems to be only one Keevil. God bless him.

Yours heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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