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Life and works of Charles H. Spurgeon; being a graphic account of the greatest preacher of modern times.

Author: Henry Davenport Northrop
Publisher: [Washington?] Memorial Pub. Co., 1892.
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His boyhood and early life; wonderful success in London; preaching to vast audiences at the Crystal Palace, Surrey Music Hall and in the open air; famous Metropolitan Tabernacle; pastor's college, orphanage, etc., etc., containing personal anecdotes, vivid descriptions of his appearance and characteristics; last sickness and death; magnificent tributes, etc., etc., to which is added a vast collection of his eloquent  Read more...
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Named Person: C H Spurgeon; C H Spurgeon
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Davenport Northrop
OCLC Number: 290083
Description: viii, 624 pages portrait, illustrations 20 cm
Contents: Book 1 : Birth and ancestry --
Mr. Spurgeon's account of his conversion and early preaching --
The young preacher in London --
A wife and a new tabernacle --
Successful labors --
The pastors' college --
Stockwell Orphanage --
Annual report of Stockwell Orphanage --
The great preacher's last illness and death --
Book 2 : Sermons and lectures by Rev. C.H. Spurgeon. Hands full of honey --
Glory --
The Luther sermon at Exeter-Hall --
The best war-cry --
Lecture on candles --
Lecture to students on the blind eye and deaf ear --
Short sermons on practical subjects --
Book 3 : Choice selections from the writings of Rev. C.H. Spurgeon. John Ploughman's talk and pictures --
Feathers for arrows, or Life thoughts of Rev. C.H. Spurgeon --
Tributes to the Rev. C.H. Spurgeon.
Responsibility: Embellished with numerous fine illustrations.

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His boyhood and early life; wonderful success in London; preaching to vast audiences at the Crystal Palace, Surrey Music Hall and in the open air; famous Metropolitan Tabernacle; pastor's college, orphanage, etc., etc., containing personal anecdotes, vivid descriptions of his appearance and characteristics; last sickness and death; magnificent tributes, etc., etc., to which is added a vast collection of his eloquent sermons, brilliant writings, and witty sayings. - T.p.

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