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A Letter from C. H. S.

This is a letter from Charles H. Spurgeon to John Stoughton, D.D., a fellow London pastor. Spurgeon is making arrangements to meet Stoughton at the train station for a journey to Loughton. A complete transcript of the letter is at the bottom of this page.

A Letter from C. H. S.

Beulah Hill
Upper Norwood
1887 June 11

Dear Friend,
On Wednesday next will you meet me at Liverpool Street at 10:09 a.m. to go to Loughton? I am delighted with the prospect of seeing you, and having you all to myself all day. I am glad to see that your place is one from which Liverpool Street can be readily reached, but still it is a journey at an early hour for you.
May we enjoy our Master's presence.

Yours very heartily,

C. H. Spurgeon

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