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Text:"...." The September ntunber opens with the statement, The Christian Mission has met in Congress to make War. In the announcement WilliamBooth is described as Mr. Booth and The Rev. W. Booth. The first mention..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
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Text:"...." The September number opens with the statement, The Christian Mission has met in Congress to make War. In the annoimcement WilliamBooth is described as Mr. Booth and The Rev. W. Booth. The first mention..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
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Text:"...." The September number opens with the statement, The Christian Mission has met in Congress to make War. In the announcement WilliamBooth is described as Mr. Booth and The Rev. W. Booth. The first mention..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CHAPTER XXVII THE REV. WILLIAMBOOTH BECOMES GENERAL OF THE SALVATION ARMY 1878-1879 The August number of The Christian Mission Magazine in 1878 ends with the announcement of a War Congress..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... The September number opens with the statement. The Chnstian Mission has met in Congress to make War In the announcement WilliamBooth is described as Mr. Booth and The Rev. W. Booth. The first ^1,? °^ Congress..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...CHAPTER XXVII THE REV, WILLIAMBOOTH BECOMES GENERAL OF THE SALVATION ARMY 1 878- 1 879 The August number of The Christian Mission Magazine in 1878 ends with the announcement of a War Congress..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
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Text:"...." The September number opens with the statement, The Christian Mission has met in Congress to make War. In the announcement WilliamBooth is described as Mr. Booth and The Rev. W. Booth. The first mention..."
Date:1920
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...." The September number opens with the statement, The Christian Mission has met in Congress to make War. In the announcement WilliamBooth is described as Mr. Booth and The Rev. W. Booth. The first mention..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...20 LIFE OF WILLIAMBOOTH [chap. respecting the newspaper reports of the late discussion upon the Salvation Army in the Upper House of the Convocation of the Province of Canterbury. His Grace..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...20 LIFE OF WILLIAMBOOTH [CHAP. respecting the newspaper reports of the late discussion upon the Salvation Army in the Upper House of the Convocation of the Province of Canterbury. His Grace..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"....quot; The September number opens with the statement, quot; The Christian Mission has met in Congress to make War.quot; In the announcement WilliamBooth is described as quot;Mr. Boothquot; and quot;The Rev. W. Booth..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...IMPORTANT EVENTS CONNECTED WITH THE GENERALS LIFE AND WORK 1827. Jan. 17th. Catherine Mumford - afterwards Mrs. Booth - born at Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Apr. 10th. WilliamBooth born at Nottingham..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...IMPORTANT EVENTS CONNECTED WITH THE GENERALS LIFE AND WORK 1827. Jan. 17th. Catherine Mumford - afterwards Mrs. Booth - born at Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Apr. loth. WilliamBooth born at Nottingham..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...IMPORTANT EVENTS CONNECTED WITH THE GENERALS LIFE AND WORK Q 182^. Jan. 17th. Catherine Mumford - afterwards Mrs. Booth - born at Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Apr. loth. WilliamBooth born at Nottingham..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...I3a UFE OP WILLIAMBOOTH fau,. nice and scrupulous in his handling of public money No the wrk for which he had sacrificed health and comfort We are bound at the Mme time to confess that the oMotu..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...30 LIFE OF WILLIAMBOOTH her brother William. as did the other sisters and in his voutrexerciscd some control over him. but she was not L amr way a favourite sister. That WilliamBooth returned..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... the reader that while W^illiamBooth had expressed admiration for the Anglican Church, Dr. Benson applauded his decision not to celebrate the Sacraments. The concession which Dr. Benson sought to gain from..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... WilliamBooth from his path or to have drawn him to the one side or the other. Mr. Booth, says W. T. Stead. kept apart from the controversy. His sympathies were then, as always, on the side of authority..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... WilliamBooth from his path or to have drawn him to the one side or the other. Mr. Booth, says W. T. Stead, kept apart from the controversy. His sympathies were then, as always, on the side of authority..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
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Text:"... WilliamBooth from his path or to have drawn him to the one side or the other. Mr. Booth, says W. T. Stead, kept apart from the controversy. His sympathies were then, as always, on the side of authority..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1912
Publication place:New York, USA