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[Magic lantern address] (lantern lecture, London, England, 20 January 1899)

Type of event
lantern lecture
Full title
Magic lantern address
Date
20 January 1899
Time of day
evening
Audience
first Mission Tea
People linked to event

WATERFIELD, Mr   (fl. 1890s) – lecturer

Reference
A. Harford, ‘The Church's Holy War’ in Church Army gazette

“'BEGUN, CONTINUED, AND - ' Camden Town, St. Thomas'. - When the C.A. Pioneer Mission left this parish in October last, the work continued by some of those attending the Services. These Services have been attended by a goodly number of people who have met every Friday evening for praise and prayer. On Friday evening, Jan. 20, we held our first Mission Tea, to which 97 sat down. During the time that the hall was being cleared of the tables, etc., those present went into church. A few hymns were sung and few prayers said by our Curate (Rev. S. A. T. Hawe). The people having returned to the Mission Hall, an instructive Address, illustrated with Lantern Views, was given by Mr. Waterfield on 'Queensland,' which was followed by a story entitled, 'Poor Mike,' the story being effectively read by Capt. Mullholland. [...] A. Harford, Hon. Sec.”

Lucerna ID 7000666

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 19 February 2011

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