excerpt from 'J. Lloyd Williams Diaries 1882-1883' (99 words)

excerpt from 'J. Lloyd Williams Diaries 1882-1883' (99 words)

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J. Lloyd Williams Diaries 1882-1883

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 Crossed over towards the Marble Arch. Close by the Salvation Army was congregated & holding a service. They had officers in uniforms. The prev[iou]s' colours being dark blue with scarlet facings - & standards - they sang & prayed alternately for some time then an officer stepped into the middle and said emphatically that he knew he was saved and also - (from his own experience) that he could live without sin. [...] I am glad to see these efforts & to hear even the sound of Jesus’ name carried among these people but God grant that it is not hypocrisy. 

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