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M? ANTHONY N. GROVES,
The Profits to be devoted to the benefit of Mr. Groves' School
Contributions in aid of the School at Bagdad, and those hoped to be established in Persia, and other parts of the territory of Bagdad, will be received by
Mrs. Rich, 14, Great Cumberland Street, London. Mr. Nisbet, 21, Berners Street, London.
Ditto Ditto Sidmouth. Mr. MULLER,
Ditto Ditto Teignmouth. Mr. Fosse, Ilfracombe. Mr. UPHAM, Bookseller, Bath. Mr. Bulgin, Bookseller, Bristol. Mr. C. UPHAM, Bookseller, Exeter. Mr. Kilton, Bookseller, Norwich. Mr. R. EDIS, Bookseller, Huntingdon. Mr. R. M. Tims, Bookseller, Dublin. Messrs. Waugh and Innes, Booksellers, Edinburgh. Mr. W. Collins, Bookseller, Glasgow. Mr. LUSK, Bookseller, Greenock.
The following pages contain an account of a Journey from this country to Bagdad, through Russia, Georgia, and Persia, by a servant of the Lord Jesus Christ, in dependance upon whose power, and reliance upon whose promises, he is gone forth to preach the kingdom of God. Mr. Groves, the person to whom I refer, must be known to most of my readers, as the author of a little work, entitled “ Christian Devotedness," wherein, with a clearness and a truth that cannot fail to be painful to the consciences of most men, he states the duty of Christians literally and simply to obey all the commands of Christ, some of which have not only been disregarded, but presumptuously explained away, and pronounced to be impracticable. As for instance, “Whosoever shall smite thee on the right cheek turn to him the other also”-" If any man will sue thee at the law and take away thy coat, let him have thy cloak also”—“ Lay not up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and