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My dear Friend, Thomas Godwin My (lack of writing), I can assure you, has not arisen from lack of friendship and affection. Since I have had so many enemies and so...

My dear Friend, Thomas Godwin You must not measure my feelings towards you by the frequency of my letters. Letter-writing to me is usually quite a task; unless there is something...

My dear Friend, Thomas Godwin Before the February number of The Gospel Standard came out, I saw that I had laid myself open to attack upon the point which you so...

My dear Friend, Thomas Godwin I am glad you are coming our way, but am sorry your stay will be so short. It generally takes a little time before we get...

My dear Friend, Thomas Godwin I would have answered your kind and friendly letter before, had not my time been so much occupied. I have been down to Stoke, to pay...

My dear Duncan Mathieson I have indeed reason to bless the Lord for the way in which in His mysterious providence and grace He has condescended to spread and bless my...

My dear Friend, Mr. Godwin I think sometimes when I am gone and carnal feelings buried in my grave, my writings and sermons will be more understood than they are now;...

My dear Friend, Miss Richmond I hope, if the Lord wills, and health and strength be given, to speak a little at Stadham on Thursday evening, the 23rd, on my way...

My dear Friend, Mr. Godwin You seem favoured with two great blessings — health of body and health of soul. Such blessings are they, that without them life is not life....

My dear friend, Thomas Godwin, Mrs. S. gave a sweet and blessed testimony before the Church. I never heard a sweeter account of the love of God shed abroad in a...

My Dear Friend, Mr. Grace I am much pleased with Miss H___’s letters. There is a freshness, a simplicity, and a naivete about them which, with their slightly foreign English, are...

My dear Friend, Mr. Grace I am much obliged to you for your kind and acceptable present, which came safely to hand. I much like what I have read of Huntington’s...

My dear Friend, Mrs. Peake You have given me, in your kind and affectionate note, so friendly and cordial an invitation, that I cannot feel it in my heart to decline...

My dear Friend, Mr. Godwin I desire to sympathize with you in all your trials and sorrows, which the Lord has laid upon you so very heavy and severe. But I...