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[Magic lantern lecture] (lantern lecture, London, England, 22 January 1884)

Type of event
lantern lecture
Full title
Magic lantern lecture
Date
22 January 1884
Time of day
19:30
Audience
Senior Scholar's
People linked to event

HINTON, Luther  (c.1829-1902) – lecturer

Organisations linked to event

Sunday School Union – organiser

References
‘Senior Scholars' Entertainments’ in Sunday School Chronicle

“Tuesday, 7.30 - Lecture, 'Martin Luther, his Life and Times,' illustrated with the S. S. Union Dissolving Views. Mr. Luther Hinton. Senior Scholars' Entertainment, 56 Old Bailey, London .On Tuesday evening the subject of the lecture was 'Martin Luther: His Life and Times.' It was illustrated by the Sunday School Union Dissolving Views, and the lecture was delivered by Mr. Luther Hinton, Mr. Brain presiding.As the lecturer recounted the noble deeds of the great reformer, and his brave resistance of the powers of evil, the audience showed their appreciation of the earnest and interesting manner in which that remarkable history was brought before them my marked attention and frequent applause.The lecture throughout was of such a character as to stimulate the young people present to stand up boldly for the right, and, trusting in Almighty God, not to fear what man could do them.A very hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. HInton at the close.”

‘Sunday School Union Notices’ in Sunday School Chronicle

“Tuesday, 7.30 - Lecture, 'Martin Luther, his Life and Times,' illustrated with the S. S. Union Dissolving Views. Mr. Luther Hinton. Senior Scholars' Entertainment, 56 Old Bailey, London .On Tuesday evening the subject of the lecture was 'Martin Luther: His Life and Times.' It was illustrated by the Sunday School Union Dissolving Views, and the lecture was delivered by Mr. Luther Hinton, Mr. Brain presiding.As the lecturer recounted the noble deeds of the great reformer, and his brave resistance of the powers of evil, the audience showed their appreciation of the earnest and interesting manner in which that remarkable history was brought before them my marked attention and frequent applause.The lecture throughout was of such a character as to stimulate the young people present to stand up boldly for the right, and, trusting in Almighty God, not to fear what man could do them.A very hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. HInton at the close.”

Lucerna ID 7002786

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 19 February 2011

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