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(Rev. Hen7y Wells.)

Congregational —

Goldie-street, Coburg-road ... —

{Mr. W. Pi77t, L.C.M.)
Mission Chapel, Besson-street . . 85

{Rev. G. B. Ryley.)
Linnell-road Mission .... —

{Mr. R. A. Wickso7i, Sec.)
Clifton Cong. Church Mission Hall . —

{Mr. A.J. Matthews.)
Working Men's Inst., Waterloo-street —

{Mr. J. Matthews, Miss.)
Ledbury-street Mission, Peckham . 46 . —

{Mr. J. W. Polkinghor7te?)
Ragged School Mission, Toulon-street

{Rev. D. A. Herschell.)
Mis. Hall, corner of Lorrimore-road .

{Rev. J. P. Gent.)
Lothian-road Chapel Mission

{Rev. J. P. Ge7it.)
Baptist-
Gospel Hall, Blenheim-grove

{Mr. H. Ca77ip.)
Crawford-street Mission

{Mr. J. Wilso7i.)
Mansion House-square Mission .

(Mr. G. W. IJ7i7tecar.)
Gunton-place, Peckham Rye . . 25

{Mr. Ckimbrell.)
Sumner-road Mission, Peckham . . —

{Mr. Sea7'r.)



40 . —



139



146



— . 45



35



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85



150



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50



740 . —



100






50 •





105 .





35 •





60 .


. 25


200 .





. 25 .





120 .





52 .





. 30 .



180



42



100



420



IIO



450



200



80 . —



600



85



100



96



THE RELIGIOUS CENSUS OF LONDON.



Missions.
Baptist {cant hilled) —

George-street Mission Hall

{M?. Dale.)
Goldsmith-road Mission

{Mr. J. Hodson, Sec.)
Edmund-street Mission

(Afr. Paginton, L.C.M.)

Wesleyan—

South-street Mission, Peckham .

{Illr. Charles Scales.)
Mission Hall, Hindman's-road .

(Mr. R. B. Telfer.)
Stafford-street Mission, Peckham

(Mr. A. B. C Hesk.)

Presbyterian—

Camberwell Presbyterian Mission . — . —
(Mr. J. Reid HowaU.)

Friends—

Albert-road Hall, Peckham . . . — . —
(Mr. H. G. Tollelt)

London City Mission —

Camberwell Hall, Grove-lane . . 128 . —
(Mr. C. Steinitz ; Mr. G. Robinson?)

Leipsic-road Mission . . . . — . —
(Mr. J. Coles.)

Kimpton-road Mission . . . — . —
{M?: George Robmso?i.)

Salvation Army —

George-st , Salvation Army
(Capt. Barrett.)



Morn-


After-


Even-


AC-


ing.


noon.


ing.


COM.


38 .


— .


lOI .


150


— ,


— .


32 .


150


30


86 .


26 .


50


53


— .


60 ,


100





— .


70 ,


, 500





— .


113 •


. 250



I 7 a.m. 67 I
I II a.m. 300 f



1500



Nunhead Salvation Army .
( Capt. D. T. Tho7?ias.)

West Peckham, Sal. Army .
(Capt. Cooper.)



\ 7 a.m. 30 (
i II a.m. 86 \



130



7 a.m. 39 I 147



I 10.30 a.m. 108



Undenominational —

Peckham Public Hall .

(Mr T.J. Field.)
Alders-street Mission, Peckham .

(Miss R. Fuller.)



400



125 . —



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240


50 .


120


119 .


200


61 .


150


2500 .


2500


200 .


180


350 .


■ 350


325 ■


, IIOO


23 •


50



MISSION HALLS— GREENWICH.



97



Missions.



Morn-
ing.



After-
noon.



Even-
ing.



33 • —





199 .





45 •





50 .


• 174


— .





. 168 .


• 55


. 115 .



Undenominational {coutinued ) —
Caroline-street Mission, Old Kent-rd.

{Mr. G. Hatt.)
Mission, 104, Lower Park-rd., Peckham

{Mr. L. Wood.)
Kirkwood-road Mission, Peckham Rye

{Mr. J. S. Kidman^ Jun.)
Welcome Mis., Cambervvell New-road

{Mr. G. H. Cracknell.)
Surrey Masonic Hall ....

{Mr. A. Wickso7i, Hon. Sec.)
Albany Hall, 45, Albany-road

{Mr. J. T. Stickley; Mr. White?)
Beresford Mission Hall, Crown-street

GREEN^WICH.

Comprising the Sub-Districts of St. Paul, Deptford ;
St. Nicholas ; Greenwich West ; Greenwich East.

Church of England—

St. John's Mission Hall, King-street . 84 . — . 231 . :

{Rev. E. J. Hone?)
Deptford Mission Room . . . — . —

{Rev. J. B. Drake.)
Cold Bath-street Mission, Greenwich . — . —

{Rev. E. C. Gedge.)
St. Paul's Mission, Roan-street . . No service

{Rev. A. Love.)
Chester-street Mission Hall . . — • —



AC-
COM,



165

70
60

250

270



Congregational —

Tanner's Hill Mission . . . . — . —

{Rev. J. Morley Wright; Mr. Fairbank.)
Payne-street, Deptford . . . — • —

{Rev. J. Morley Wright; Rev. W. Robinson?)
Napier-street Hall, Deptford . . 159 . —

{Rev. J. Morley Wright; Rev. W. Robinson.)
E.Greenwich, Lnthrp. and Armtge.-rds. 180 . —

{Mr. A.J. England.)
Ragged-school Mission, High-street . — . —

{Mr. Hackerton.)
Baptist —

Creek-street Mission Hall, Deptford . — . 58

{Mr. J. M. Wigner.)
Working Men's Mission, Roan-street . — . —

{Mr. J. Newman?)
Caletock-street Hall . . . . — • —

{Mr. W. Beer?)



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109



55



100



50



202 .


225


35 .





190


220


205 .


350


55 •


250


90


. 40


259


300


53


. 800



98



THE RELIGIOUS CENSUS OF LONDON.



Missions.



Morn-
ing.



After-
noon.



1 60



17



60



Wesleyan—

Mission, Trafalgar-road
[Rev. T. Derry.)

Presbyterian —

Blisset-street Mission.
Brethren—

George-street Hall
Lecture Hall, Royal Hill .
(Air. Sa7nuel Sh?ts.)

Friends —

Friends' Meeting House, Deptford

London City Mission —

Evelyn Mission Hall, Staunton . . —

(iM?: Couch.)
Three Cups Coffee Tavern ... —

{Mr. Saberto7t.)
Evelyn-street Mission, Deptford . . —

(Mr J. S771W1.)
Randal-place, Roan-street, Greenwich —

(Mr. J. C?'owther, Stipt.)
Hall, 284, Devons-road, Bow Common —

(Mr. Parso?is.)
Mission, Charles-street, Deptford . —

(Mr. W. Bennett.)
George Livesay's Inst., Blackwall-lane —

{Mr. T. Woodman.)

Undenominational —

Thames Mission, River-terrace . . —
South Eastern Raily. Mission, New Cross 21

{Mr. E. C. Cox, Hon. Sec.)
New-street, Deptford . . . .179
Upper East-street, Greenwich . . —

{Mr. H. Piatt?)



LE^WISHAM.

Comprising the Sub-Districts of Eltham, Lee,
Village, Sydenham
Church of England—

Bennett-st. Mission Room, Coldbath . —
{Rc7>. E. L. Gedgc.)

Congregational—

Nightingale-grove Mission . . . — , —

{Rev. J. M. Jones. )
Mill-lane (Lewisham High-rd. Chapel) — . —

{Rev. J. M or ley Wright; Mr. H. Harmsworth



Even- Ag-

ing, com.



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86



41



450



100



400 . 500

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• 57


200





. 105


140





. 75


100





. 130


160





. 50


100





. 60


90





• 65


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. 46
• 25


125
100





. 150

. 280


300
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. 105 . 200



70 . 200

44 . 80



MISSION HALLS— WOOL WICH.



99



Missions.

Congregational {coiitimied^ —
Levvisham Congregational Mission

{Rev. J. M. Jones:)
Ladyvvell Mission ....

{Rev. J. M. Jo?ies.)
Park Hall, Sydenham

{Mr. P. Eldridge, L.C.M.)
Rushey-green Mission

{Mr. Wheeler.)
Baptist —

Bell-green Mission, Sydenham .

{Mr. W. H. Griffe7i.)
Burnt Ash Mission Hall

Wesleyan—

Merritt-road, Brockley

{Mr. Page; Major Mello?% Sec.)
Lower Sydenham Mission .

{Rev. H. Douthwaite.)
Brethren —

Court Hill Hall

Alexandra Hall, Bennett-park

{Dr. McKillia7t.)

London City Mission—
Coldbath Mission

{Mr. Horobin.)

Salvation Army —

21, Vian Street, Lewisham .
{Capt. A. JVeedo7i.)



/lORN-


After-


Even-


AC-


ING.


noon.


ing.


COM.





— .


— .


120





— .


50 .


250





— .


20 .


300





— .


70 .


100





— .


68 .


220


52


— .


60 .


200


.


— .


34 •


so


60


— .


— .


. 150



45
220



125



7 a.m. 13
II a.m. 63



95



Undenominational —

Mission Hall, Shrubbery-road . . — .

{Mr. J. Roberts.)
Christian Mission Hall, Coombe-road 40 .
Canonbury Hall, Lewisham . . 82 ■.

{Mr. R. Timier.)
Lecture Hall, Sydenham . . . — .

{Mr. J. F. Taylor.)

WOOLWICH.

Comprising the Sub-Districts of Charlton
YARD, Woolwich Arsenal, Plumstead
East.

Church of England—

St. John's Mission Hall, Ordnance-rd. — .

{Rev. Ed77umd Ki77iber.)
St. Mary's Mission, Woolwich . . — ,

{Mr. H. Ha77ie, Lay Reader.)



33



300



30



129



113

100
190

25



200
420



80



120



200
200

40



, Woolwich Dock-
West, Plumstead



— . 85 . 150



113 . 120



1^0



100



THE RELIGIOUS CENSUS OF LONDON.



Missions.

Baptist —

Conduit-road Chapel, Plumstead

{Rev. C. W. Townseiid?)
Joseph-street Chapel, Woolwich

{Rev. A. Read.)
Assembly Room, New-road

{Rev. J. Wilso7i.)
Co-operative Hall, Powis-street .

{Rev. J. Wilson.)
New Beckton Mis., North Woolwich

{Rev. J. Wilso7i.)
Powis-street Board School Mission

{Rev. J. Wilso7i.)
Blue Ribbon Mission, Woolwich

{Rev. J. Wilson:)
The Slade Mission, Woolwich .

{Miss Rtissell.)
Brethren —

Gospel Hall, Prospect-place
Young Men's Christian Association-
Y.M.C.A., 153, Powis St., Woolwich .

(Mr. Ja?nes Bird, Hon. Sec.)

London City Mission —

Charlton-vale Mission (German)

{Mr. Bottjer.)
Mis. Room, 125, Anne-st., Plumstead.
{Mr. Thomas Phipps.)
Salvation Army-



MORN-
ING.



After-
noon.



124 . —



20



850



70



22



Salvation Army, Woolwich Corps
( Capt. Wharton.)



\ 7 a.m. 35 [
I 1 1 a.m. 239 \



420



Undenominational —

Cage-lane Mission Hall, Plumstead .

{Miss Russell. )
Soldiers' Home, Hill-street .

{Mrs. Dent.)
Mission Math. Inst. Wks., Charlton .

{Mr. J. Sim7ns.)
Cromwell House, 85, Beresford-street

{Mr. //. Bristow Walle7i.)
Mission Room, 30, Ordnance-road

{Mr. Lush.)



Even-
ing.

36



776

320
140

74
25
91



AC-
COM.

600
200



60 .





no .





200 .





72 .


150


140 .


160


— .


40


24 .





53 •


50



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