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Notes and Comments.


Notes and Comments. THE announcement of the death of Mrs Miiller, the wife of the founder of the remarkable work done for poor orphans on Ashley Down, will be received with much regret, and sympathy will be felt for her ven- erable hus"and, who has thus lost a valued helper in his manifold good works. Mr George Muller's first wife died in February, 1870, and he was married to the lady now deceased in November, 1871. She was a Miss Sanger, and had long been acquainted with Mr MUller as a member of the church of which he was pastor. She was keen1 interested in the great institution, the responsibility of which had so long rested upon Mr Muller, and in his missionary travels in all parts of the world- The oneness of their aims in religious and philanthropic work is seen in the Life and Labours of George Muller," written by her. In it she acknowledges that in him God had given her the best and kindest oi husbands. Another book written by her gave an account of Mr Muller's missionaryjtravels, She was well qualified to write on this subject, as she accompanied him on all hit preaching journeys, one of which extended to 37,000 miles. It was shortly after the last tour, which em- braced much travelling in India, that her health began to fail. Paralysis set in, and, in spite of the efforts of Dr Eubulus Williams, and the kind attention from friends, she became slowly worse, and passed away on Sunday. Mrs Muller was 73 years of age-


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