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be addressed (post paid) to E. Fowler, London, or J. Gadsby,
Price of Insertion for Advertisements—6 lines 3s. 6d.; 12
lines 6s. ; half a page 108.; full page 185.--To be paid for
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETORS, BY
JOHN GADSBY, NEWALL'S-BUILDINGS, MARKET-STREET.
E. FOWLER, GRAFTON-STREET EAST.
Sold also by Mr. BENNETT, Liverpool; Mr. BLACKSTOCK, Wolverhamp-
ton; Mr. BOWEN, Stockport; Mr. Higson, Slaithwaite; Mr. J. HOWE,
Notwithstanding the cold water that has been thrown upon us by some of our friends, the almost enthusiastic assurance of support we have received from others cannot but be encou. raging. To those who have already favoured us with commu. nications, we tender our sincere thanks; and hope they will not relax in their endeavours to supply us with matter, as upon their exertions, instrumentally, must mainly depend the success of our undertaking. To those who have not yet come forward, we would say, with our friend Blackstock (page 20) —
"Flock to The Standard, and join heart and band." We gratefully accept our friend P.'s kind offer, and have given the necessary instructions to our London publisher.
We shall be glad, at all times, of information from all parts of the country, relative to Anniversaries, Change of Minis. ters, &c.
ALLINGTON (NEAR Devizes).—Mr. Philpot is expected the latter end of the present month.
BLACKBURN.-On the 26th ult., Sermons were preached in Mr. Worrall's chapel, by Mr. Kershaw, of Rochdale, on be. half of the Sunday School.
MACCLESFIELD.--On the 9th inst. (D.V.), Sermons on be. balf of the cause will be preached in Mr. Hatton's chapel, by Mr. Gadeby.
MANCHESTER.-Mr. Kershaw supplied for Mr. Gadsby, in the Evening of the 19th ult. -Mr. Hatton, of Macclesfield, is expected on the 9th inst.
ROCHDALE.—On the 19th ult., Sermons were preached in Hope Chapel ; in the Morning by Mr. Kershaw, and in the Afternoon and Evening by Mr. Gadsby. Collections were made for the Sunday School.- -On the 26th ult., Mr. Worrall, of Blackburn, supplied for Mr. Kershaw.
FEEBLE CHRISTIAN'S SUPPORT.
VOL. I., 1835.