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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 154

TO REV. WILLIAM WILLIAMS

NIGHTINGALE LANE, June 20.

MY DEAR MR. WILLIAMS,—

Will you come over to-morrow afternoon and bring with you to take a cup of tea. I want to see him at once, for both you and Mr. C. think so much of him, though I fear he would never like to do the drudgery work and play second fiddle. I imagine him to be a great swell, fit to play the big bass viol, and! want more of a schoolmaster. I should, however, be glad to see him, and so would Mr.____.

Yours heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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