"LECTURES TO BE DELIVERED"

Ever since the organization of the board of lectureship, it has been the custom to publish in the Sentinel a list of the lectures which have been delivered by the members of this board. Apart, however, from the fact that the publication of this list has been gratifying to the churches under whose auspices the lectures had been delivered, it must be conceded that not enough good has been accomplished in this way to justify the further use of our columns for such a purpose, and we now propose to devote the same amount of space to advance notices of lectures.

This does not mean that we shall discontinue the publication of extracts from the remarks of those who introduce the lecturers, but only that the information which has heretofore heretofore been given under the caption "Lectures in Other Places" will be omitted, and in its place will be substituted a list of "Lectures to be Delivered." The completeness and resultant usefulness of this list will depend largely upon the cooperation, in this new departure, of the branch churches and societies. We therefore ask that, as soon as arrangements for a lecture have been definitely made, the necessary particulars be mailed, or better, telegraphed, to the Editorial Department at this office.

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