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From the Darkness came a Man !

From the Darkness came a Man !

Suddenly, but at the right moment —for God knows when best to actthere came forth from the darkness a Man. He was not a product of the darkness, but as his name implies was bestowed upon it. An extraordinary man this John—the son of a dumbstricken father, but born to be a Voice.
1 June 1913 - Deliverer and Record of Salvation Army Rescue Work - London, London, England
 
THE DELIVERER With Mrs. General Booth on the Continent

THE DELIVERER With Mrs. General Booth on the Continent

THE DELIVERER W ith Mrs. General Booth on the Continent D °kt FRANCE of - h I NG her mr her week-end in Paris—the scene own earliest Army experiences— General General Booth, who was accom-11',hi':ed b 3, Colonel Duff, conducted three Me etings in our Central Hall, to crowds flock
1 June 1913 - Deliverer and Record of Salvation Army Rescue Work - London, London, England
 
THE DELIVERER

THE DELIVERER

Pages from Lives of Salvation Army Veterans V.—BRIGADIER CAROLINE McLAUCHLAN ON THE BUSINESS SIDE OF OUR WORK IT was a letter written by Mrs. Booth in had been settled the way was blocked. I knew then that the Lord wanted me for Army service,' she says quietly, in telling the st
1 June 1913 - Deliverer and Record of Salvation Army Rescue Work - London, London, England
 
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1 June 1913 - Deliverer and Record of Salvation Army Rescue Work - London, London, England
 
ON SAND

ON SAND

her excitement, but did his best to appear interested. Unlike Trixy, his father's advice had made some impression, and he was rather ashamed of his share of the romance. What he said was, But you haven't told me what you have found, nor where.' No more I have,' laughed Trixy, al
1 June 1913 - Deliverer and Record of Salvation Army Rescue Work - London, London, England
 

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Official Gazette

1 June 1913 - Deliverer and Record of Salvation Army Rescue Work - London, London, England
 
' Westminster Gazette.'

' Westminster Gazette.'

" For our part we believe that the Conciliation Bill is the utmost measure that could be passed in Parliament, and that a mistake was made in enlarging the issue." Karl Pearson in ' The Times.' In a letter to The Times of May 12th Karl Pearson uses the refusal of graduation to w
1 June 1913 - Free Church Suffrage Times - London, London, England
 
Mrs. Strickland on Abraham Davenport.

Mrs. Strickland on Abraham Davenport.

ANOTHER Suffrage Bill is to-night being discussed, but this one, unlike its predecessors, arouses no enthusiasm, for nothing short of a miracle will enable it to become law. It lacks the driving force which alone can send it through. But there is a force behind which not even th
1 June 1913 - Free Church Suffrage Times - London, London, England
 
CHUB ^'H LEAGUE FOR WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE

CHUB ^'H LEAGUE FOR WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE

1913 What Saith Holy Scripture ? This issue of our paper will find its way into the hands of many who have not hitherto joined our League, and we desire to meet and answer a question which may suggest itself to some of them. Is this demand for women's enfranchisement and all tha
1 June 1913 - Church League for Women's Suffrage - London, London, England
 
An Extension of Premises.

An Extension of Premises.

Oui present office accommodation is proving totally inadequate. It is not only a question of the number of workers at the Offices who want elbow-room (literally), but—and this is a cause of great satisfaction—we have, week by week, an increasing number of callers. The ground flo
1 June 1913 - Church League for Women's Suffrage - London, London, England