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Commenting and CommentariesCharles Spurgeon
by Charles H. Spurgeon

Two Lectures,
addressed to the students of
The Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle,

together with a catalogue of Bible commentaries
and expositions

By C. H. Spurgeon

he present volume is the second of a series of works useful to Students and Ministers prepared by Mr. Spurgeon; and published at 2s. 6d. The first volume is "Lectures to my Students: a Selection from Addresses delivered to the Students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle". Passmore and Alabaster, Paternoster Buildings.
    Mr. Spurgeon has other works of a similar character in contemplation, which will be issued, if the Lord will. It is hoped that The College Series may render efficient service to preachers of the gospel. Friends who appreciate the books will greatly oblige by making them known to others. The same motive which prompted the author to write, leads him to desire a large circle of readers.


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