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Tait And Kingsley

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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
August
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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Dean Farrar tells pleasant aneodotes of the late Archbiehop Tait and Charles Kingsley in an English magazine. The archbishop's instructions to his chaplain in regard to answering the letters of foolish correspondente were usually couched in the words, "Teil him he is an ass - but say so kindly. " Kingsley confided to a friend his feelings about preaching in Westminster abbey and said, with a slight stamiwer, "Whenever I walk up to the pulpit in the abbey I wish myself d-d-dead, and whenever I walk back I wish myself more d-d-d-dead. "

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