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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 207

TO VARIOUS FRIENDS

To [Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller].

NIGHTINGALE LANE, June 30, 1877.

DEAR FRIENDS,—

We are both bound to be in Scotland upon the joyful occasion of Aug. I, but we are grateful for your kindness in asking us, and we wish for the bride and bridegroom a mint of blessings, and for the friends on both sides the favor of the Lord.

We shall hope to remember the happy couple at the time, though we hope to be among the Islands of the Northern Sea.

Yours heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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