Brethren Archive
7th March 1867

Letter 33a

by G.V. Wigram

2 pages.

Incomplete - Needs help !!


(7.3.67) 3 Howley Place Harrow road,
London W.

My dear Br in Ct: yours of 17,1:67 & 1,2:67 are to hand.

The last I heard of Mr Dorman – he & Capt Hall were sitting on the back seats at the Bethesda gathering in Bath. Beaumont is still at Paignton; {…}

{…} Mr Darby has prepared a new edition of his paper on the sufferings of Christ, – with a preface & notes: so I hear & know, – but it is passing slowly through the press as the first proofs have to be sent out to him. – I would rather he had left it alone, – & left the Lord to answer the Adversary Himself. But some urged him to it, especially I think G. Alexander – May the Lord overrule all to His own praise. Purpose of heart to cleave to the Lord, in a day when objectors are backsliders, seems to me the best answer.


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