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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 166

TO MESSRS. FULLERTON AND SMITH

WESTWOOD, Nov. 17, 1888.

DEAR MR. FULLERTON, —

I am glad to find that from a fund which is apart from College and Evangelists, and altogether my own, I can give to you and Mr. Smith the extra enclosed £… each. This is from me for Tabernacle work — Sundays and weekdays. I will not say that it is not your due; for it is so, and much more.

But I like to look at it as a free-gift for service which you cheerfully render, and for which you expected no such return.

I rejoice with you in the extraordinary blessing. May it abide! I wish I knew how to keep on the work in some form or other. Suggest to the elders and students the propriety of looking after the enquirers, and having a weekly meeting for them.

I would not have asked another service of you, but Mr. H had an idea that you did not begin at Bloomsbury till 28th.

Yours ever heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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