Excerpt from He, Being Dead, Yet Speaketh
This Report of the memorable address delivered by the late Bishop of Winchester to the Rural Deans of the Diocese at Winchester House, July 15, 1873, has been carefully prepared by comparison of notes taken at the time. It is printed in compliance with the earnest desire of many who were present, and many more who were absent, that the last counsels of Bishop Wilberforce should not be lost to the Church.
At the close of the conference, in reply to the unanimous and earnest request of the assembled clergy, the Bishop consented to write out and print what he had spoken, if while it was still in his memory he could possibly find time for the purpose. Four days afterwards the end came, and he rested from all his labours.
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