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LETTERS OF C. H. SPURGEON
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TO REV. A. G. BROWN CLAPHAM,
DEAR BROTHER, —
Three cheers for you, my true-hearted comrade! The story of your East London gathering of the clans fills me with delight. The Lord be with thee, thou mighty man of valor! Whether, in striking the Spiritualists, you are hitting the devil or a donkey, does not matter much; you have evidently hit hard, or they would not be so fierce. I am not able to take much credit for bringing you up, but I am about as proud of you as I dare be.
Yours always lovingly, C. H. SPURGEON.
CLAPHAM. LOVING BROTHER,
I thank you much for preaching for me, praying for me, and loving me. I am better, but have had a sharp nip. Lucian says,” I thought a cobra had bitten me, and filled my veins with poison; but it was worse, —
Yours ever lovingly, C. H. S.
DEAR FRIEND, —
Will you go out with me and others, on June 15, for a week, or two weeks, or three weeks, or a few days, or whatever time you like? We feel that we should like your company, and we think we might do you good. You are very dear to us; to me especially. We shall be very quiet, and jog along with the old greys.
Yours so heartily, C. H. SPURGEON.