The Lectures

The annual lectures may be said to constitute a not unfair criterion of the progress of the Christian Science movement in London, and owing to the fact that all these lectures have been delivered in the same hall (Queen's Hall) the comparison is easy.

The attendance at the first lecture was indifferent. Some years were permitted to elapse, and then the lectures were recommenced to steadily increasing audiences. This year, for the first time, the number of lectures which were given under the auspices of First, Second and Third Churches, was increased to three, with the result that the audience were not only collectively, but severally, larger than they had ever been before. This was the more remarkable inasmuch as the last lecture was given on one of those foggy afternoons when traffic is practically suspended.

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