This selects something of value from the past of the Society. In this issue it is a record of a contribution by A K K Boyd at an annual meeting in 1870 where he celebrates the demise of the old preaching prayer and of ugly forms of language. He also comments that while the Society has been fortunate in its members and friends, it has also been fortunate in its opponents. ‘There are few better things than to be opposed by the right kind of people’.
A Dip in the Archives
Volume 05 Summer 1983, p19