The Chapel was well filled yesterday afternoon at the Vesper Service. The Rev. Dr. Gordon conducted the meeting and after the reading of the nineteenth Psalm, gave a short sermon. He took as his text the incident of Mary being excluded from the inn prior to Christ's birth. He said if men would only consent to come into real contact with Christianity it would have the effect of an electric battery, establishing a complete sovereignty in their thought, interest, and being. The choir sang the anthems, "It came upon the midnight clear," by Sullivan; "Thus said the Lord," from the Messiah, sung by Mr. Richardson, of Boston, and Gounod's "Nazareth."
Vesper Service at the Chapel last Evening.
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