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Rev. Phillips Brooks preached an eloquent sermon last evening from Exodus 14; 30. "And Israel saw the Egyptians dead upon the seashore." He said that we all had an Egyptian-some passion of the mind or body and that we should all endeavor to get rid of it and leave it dead behind us. Many would say that they had not the power nor the strength to destroy the ruling vice. The speaker then said that nothing was apparently more significant and really more insignificant than men's knowledge of themselves. If men would only try, they could do many things. He finally concluded with an apeal to 'get something done'to rise up and leave the Egyptian dead behind us and to enter into a new life where our ruling vice had no place.

The choir then sang A Hymn of the Homeland, Sullivan; anthem, Come. Now, let us Reason, Briant; anthem, Nunc Dimittis, Bunnett.

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