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The Church Index A Book of Metropolitan Churches and Church Enterprise: Part I. Kensington

By William Pepperell
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  • THE CHURCH INDEX:
  • p. iiiCONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • p. vPREFACE.
  • p. viiDEDICATION
  • p. 1THE CHURCHES OF KENSINGTON: INCLUDING SOUTH KENSINGTON, BROMPTON, AND NOTTING-HILL.
    • KENSINGTON PARISH CHURCH
    • ST. ANDREW AND ST. PHILIP’S CHURCH, GOLBORNE ROAD, UPPER WESTBOURNE PARK.
    • ST. JUDE’S, SOUTH KENSINGTON.
    • ST. MATTHIAS WARWICK ROAD, EARL’S COURT, SOUTH KENSINGTON.
    • p. 8ST. PHILIP’S, SOUTH KENSINGTON.
    • p. 9ST. STEPHEN’S, GLOUCESTER ROAD.
    • CHRIST CHURCH, SOUTH KENSINGTON.
    • ST. MARY’S, WEST BROMPTON.
    • THE PRO-CATHEDRAL, KENSINGTON.
    • TRINITY CHURCH, BROMPTON.
    • p. 17ST. PAUL’S, ONSLOW SQUARE.
    • ST. PETER’S, ONSLOW GARDENS.
    • p. 20ST. LUKE’S CHURCH, SOUTH KENSINGTON.
    • CLARENCE-PLACE WESLEYAN CHAPEL, KENSINGTON.
    • p. 22THE CHURCH OF ST. AUGUSTINE, SOUTH KENSINGTON.
    • THE ROMAN CATHOLIC ORATORY, BROMPTON.
    • KENSINGTON CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL.
    • THE WESLEYAN CHAPEL, WARWICK GARDENS.
    • p. 29THE SCOTCH CHURCH, KENSINGTON.
    • THE EPISCOPAL CHAPEL, BROMPTON.
    • ONSLOW CHAPEL.
    • ST. BARNABAS, KENSINGTON.
    • ST. JOHN’S CHURCH, NOTTING HILL.
    • ST. GEORGE’S, CAMPDEN HILL, KENSINGTON.
    • p. 35ST. PETER’S, NOTTING HILL.
    • ST. PAUL’S KENSINGTON.
    • ST. JAMES’S, NOTTING HILL.
    • ST. MARK’S, NOTTING-HILL.
    • ALL SAINTS’, NOTTING HILL.
    • p. 41THE CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, KENSINGTON.
    • THE CARMELITE CHURCH, KENSINGTON.
    • THE TABERNACLE, KENSINGTON.
    • p. 44PALACE GARDEN CHAPEL, KENSINGTON.
    • ST. CLEMENT’S CHURCH, NOTTING HILL.
    • p. 46HORBURY CHAPEL
    • DENBIGH ROAD WESLEYAN CHAPEL.
    • p. 48THE WESTBOURNE GROVE CHAPEL.
    • THE FREE TABERNACLE, NOTTING HILL.
    • THE CORNWALL ROAD BAPTIST CHAPEL.
    • p. 52THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. FRANCIS D’ASSISI, NOTTING HILL.
    • THE PLYMOUTH BRETHREN, NOTTING HILL.
    • JOHNSON-STREET BAPTIST CHAPEL, NOTTING-HILL.
    • SILVER-STREET BAPTIST CHAPEL, NOTTING-HILL.
    • SLOANE-PLACE CHAPEL.
    • ST. MICHAEL’S AND ALL ANGELS’ CHURCH, NOTTING-HILL.
    • NORLAND CHAPEL, QUEEN’S-ROAD, NOTTING-HILL.
    • LANCASTER-ROAD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, NOTTING-HILL.
    • THE “TALBOT TABERNACLE” NOTTING-HILL.
    • PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL, FOWELL-STREET, NOTTING-HILL.
    • UPPER WESTBOURNE-PARK BAPTIST CHAPEL.
    • THE SOUTH KENSINGTON BAPTIST CHAPEL.
    • THE WORKHOUSE CHAPEL.
    • MISSION AND PREACHING ROOMS.
    • CONVENTS.
    • NOTES.
  • p. 72ESSAYS.
    • A COMPARATIVE DENOMINATIONAL VIEW.
    • CHURCH BUILDING.
    • CHURCH MUSIC.
    • THE CHURCH AND POPULATION.
    • p. 81ST. MARY ABBOTTS’ CHURCH.
    • p. 82THE PAROCHIAL SYSTEM.
  • p. 84ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • BRYCESON BROTHERS & CO., Organ Builders, STANHOPE STREET, EUSTON ROAD, LONDON, N.W.
    • THE ST. JAMES’ MAGAZINE AND UNITED EMPIRE REVIEW.
    • p. 85FINISHING ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, BOSTON HOUSE COLLEGE, CHISWICK, MIDDLESEX, W.
    • MISS FAULKNER’S PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, 1, MARKHAM SQUARE, KING’S ROAD, CHELSEA.
    • NOTTING HILL AND BAYSWATER PROPRIETARY SCHOOL (LIMITED), NORLAND SQUARE, NOTTING HILL.
    • Notting Hill Collegiate School, 3, NORLAND PLACE, NOTTING HILL, W.
    • ST. ANN’S COLLEGE, ROYAL CRESCENT, NOTTING HILL, W.
    • WILLIAM SHARPE, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, AND NEWSAGENT, 98, KENSINGTON PARK ROAD, W.
    • p. 86S. M. & A. WARREN, Booksellers, Stationers, MUSICSELLERS, AND NEWSAGENTS.
    • WADE & SON, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, AND NEWSAGENTS;
    • R. S. SPALDING, Bookseller, Printer, Binder, Stationer, and Newspaper Agent, NOTTING HILL, W.
    • W. MEADOWS, Stationer, Bookseller, Bookbinder, Printer, Engraver, Die-Sinker, ILLUMINATOR AND EMBOSSER, 8, FULHAM ROAD, BROMPTON.
    • J. W. DODD, Bookseller, Printer, Bookbinder, School and General Stationer, Newspaper and Advertising Office.  All New Music half price.
    • p. 87BALFERN BROS. & CO. (LIMITED,)
    • p. 88GROVES’ BALSAM OF HOREHOUND
    • HAMMERSMITH SAUCE.
    • HAMMERSMITH BOUQUET
    • TAYLOR’S FAMILY APERIENT PILLS, FOR BOTH SEXES.
    • T. P. AVERY
    • p. iREDCLIFFE ESTATE, SOUTH KENSINGTON [0]
    • p. iiThe West London Hospital
    • p. iiiTHE FUNERAL ORATION OF LOUIS THE GREAT, KING OF FRANCE, By MASILLON, LATE BISHOP OF CLERMONT, FRANCE.
    • COLBURN’S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
    • LAW OF HUSBAND AND WIFE.
    • AIDS to CHRISTIAN EDUCATION.
    • PASTOR in PAROCHIA.
    • THE WITNESS of the CHURCH to CHRIST.
    • MY NEW SUIT, and OTHER STORIES. By H. A. F.
    • p. ivH. JONES, ORGAN BUILDER, 136, FULHAM ROAD, LONDON, S.W.
    • SOUTH-WEST LONDON PROTESTANT INSTITUTE.
    • T. BULLOCK AND SON, Job and Post Masters,
    • B. GOLDING’S, 44, High Street, Notttng Hill,
    • p. vEcclesiastical Embroidery and Tapestry FOR CHURCH DECORATION AND VESTMENTS,
    • THE SUBURBAN PRESS, AND LONDON WEST DISTRICT RECORDER.
    • p. viJONES & WILLIS.
    • PIANOFORTES.
    • ROBERT S. STACY.
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