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[Magic lantern lecture] (lantern lecture, London, England, 1902)

Type of event
lantern lecture
Full title
Magic lantern lecture
Date
1902
People linked to event

HART, Captain   (fl. 1900s) – lecturer

Reference

“'Ninety Thousand Persons Wanted': The third anniversary of the re-start of the C.A. here has just been celebrated. (...) That blessed Book which is so sadly neglected is being studied more; the number are out Bible reading has steadily increased, our lantern services are well attended. (...) Capt. Hart, from the Old Clo' Department and his wife were with us on Saturday, Sunday and Monday (...). On Saturda Capt. Hart conducted about 200 persons through India by the aid of limelight. Half way through our curate said a few words and refreshments were given (...). On Monday 150 persons sat down to a first class tea. On each evening Indian choruses were sung by young people in native costume. On Sunday and Monday both Captain and Mrs. Hart pointed out the need of English and Indian of the Saviour (...).”

Lucerna ID 7000920

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 19 February 2011

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