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Vesper Service.

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There was a very good attendance at vesper service in Appleton Chapel yesterday afternoon. After an overture on the organ by Mr. Locke, the choir sang Schubert's Jubilate. After a prayer by Prof. Peabody, the 103rd Psalm was read responsively; after which the choir rendered Martin's Holy Spirit Come. Dr. Brooks, the speaker of the afternoon, then read from the 21st chapter of Revelations and spoke for a few minutes on the thoughts contained in this verse: "He that sitteth upon the throne, saith, behold I make all things new."

In closing the choir and congregation sang from the hymnal, "Awake my Soul, Stretch every Nerve."

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