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12 October 2007


Andrew T

I was very interested to read that bit of info about there being a St Silas connection to John Charles Ryle as I'm just about to embark on his book "Practical Religion". Would you be familiar with that work, GV? It was first published in 1878 and recently re-printed by the Banner of Truth Trust.


JC Ryle is remembered in Macclesfield (his birthplace) with a wall-mounted memorial in St Michael's Church, in the city centre.

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