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6. Lord's Day Evening. Lower-street, Islington, Rev. J. Yockney. Shakes-
11. Friday Evening.
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13. Lord's Day Morning.--Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Giles.
Bury street, Rev.
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20. Lord's Day Morning.-Salters' Hall, Rev. Mr. Giles.
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25. Friday Evening. Eldon-street Chapel, Finsbury, Rev. W. Williams. Newcourt, Old Bailey, Rev. J. Richards.
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