- The London by Moonlight Mission - January 23rd, 2012 2
- "A Successful Cruise" - January 28th, 2012 4
- Needle Women and Factory Girls - February 6th, 2012
- Theatre Preachings and Tea Meetings in the South of London - 1865 - March 2nd, 2012 0
- "No persons of good character will be admitted" - March 9th, 2012
- Ned Wright, The Story of his Life - (External Link)
Interesting book about the labours of a converted thief in the 1860's and 70's.
- English Hearts and English Hands - (External Link)
A story of gospel work amoung the 'Navies' who built the Crystal Palace and the railways in Sydenham. Bit 'churchy' but interesting stories of the grace of God and nice to read of Beckenham being a 'country village', in the mid 1850s. I found that by the late 1880s it had been taken over and was a prosperous sub-urban town. Still it was better then than is now.
- Sermon by C.H. Spurgeon - (External Link)
A sermon delivered by C.H. Spurgeon in support of the London by Moonlight Mission
- Ragged Homes and how to Mend them
Looks an interesting book, hope to get a print copy one day, but seems quite rare an old edition
- Tempted London: Young Men - 1888 - (External Link)
- Toilers in London; Or Inquiries Concerning Female Labour in the Metropolis - (External Link)
"Being the Second Part of Tempted London"
On conditions in Victorian London for the poor, with some Christian work.
- Seeking the lost, incidents and sketches of Christian work in London by Charles James Whitmore (1873) - (External Link)
- Memoirs of David Nasmith: his labours and travels in Great Britain, France, the United States, and Canada by John Campbell (1844) - (External Link)
D.N. was founder of the London City Mission
- Twenty-Five Years' Labour Among the Friendless and Fallen by Edward W. Thomas (1897, 219 pp)
Deeply involved with the work of Lieut Blackmore
- Statement of the origin, proceedings and results of the midnight meetings for the recovery of fallen women by Theophilus Smith (1860, 61 pp)
References Lieut Blackmore