My heartiest thanks are given to my friend and fellow undergraduate of far distant Cambridge days, the Rev. A. Lukyn Williams, Vicar of Guilden Morden, and Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Durham, for his kindness in revising the proofs and making many suggestions.
He mentions Lukyn Williams several times throughout the History of CMJ:
At the Islington Clerical Meeting in January 1892 the Jewish subject had a place, excellent papers being read by the Revs. C. H. Banning and J. E. Brenan on ” The present condition of the Jews”; and again in 1895, when high class papers on ” The Evangelization of the Jews ” were read by Archdeacon Perowne of Norwich, and the Rev. A. Lukyn Williams. The latter’s illuminating paper on ” Methods,” embracing the experiences gained in London as head of the mission, was fruitful in its excellence.
THIS Period saw some…
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