Agents for the sale of the magazine are Richard Eykyn, Mr Hoppett, Mrs Humphreys, William Lloyd. The printers of the magazine are W. Parke, Printer, High Street Wolverhampton but the printers who bound the magazines seemed to have been Steen and Blacket of Queen Square. There is to be a parish collection for evangelism. There is to be heating in the Church! John Grundy of Tyllesley came and demonstarted his patented hot air system and it will cost £80. Mrs Humphreys, head of the Girls’ School, is leaving. A night school is to be held in the Grammar School at Worfield over the winter months to teach reading, writing and arithmetic. Excessive drinking appears to be a curse of the time. Separating drinking from eating is a dangerous practice. One or two glasses should be the limit.
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