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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 149

TO REV. W. J. MAYERS

NIGHTINGALE LANE, Sept. 25.

DEAR FRIEND, —

I am going away in November and I am anxious during my absence to keep the flame burning. Would you come and hold a week of services in the Tabernacle for the conversion of sinners? There are several brethren who would help you, and we could get others whom you may name, or try for them. I have no brother Win. Olney now, and must look to some of my brethren for aid.

Would the week beginning Nov. 8 suit you? I shall feel joyful confidence in leaving the work in your hands. Do come if you can.

Yours ever lovingly,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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