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SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER:
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TREASURY OF ILLUSTRATIONS, BIBLICAL CRITICISM, AND
Our work for 1881 is now completed, and the] Seventh Volume of the New Series of The Sunday School Teacher is before our Eeaders.
It has been our aim during the year to promote in some degree the mental improvement of our co-workers in the cause of Christian Education and the general efficiency of the Sunday School system throughout Great Britain and its Colonies. How far we have succ eeded others must be the judges.
The steadily increasing sale of the Magazine, however, among our constituency in the Colonies, leads us to indulge the hope that our labours have proved helpful
Fellow-workers, too, at home have rendered much valuable assistance. Various communications received from time to time indicate a growing interest in The Sunday School Teacher, and incite us to increased efforts to render its pages yet more adapted to the object for which they are specially prepared.
We give at the close of the Index to tbis volume a brief programme of our arrangements for the year 1882.
In dependence upon the Divine blessing we venture upon renewed labour with confidence and hope.