Religion: Sir Henry's Charity

One year of missionary service in India was too much for the health of Dr. Henry Simpson Lunn. He returned to his native Lincolnshire, life having apparently robbed him of the purpose toward which his 30 years of youth had devoutly and painstakingly moved. These years of preparation had culminated in the degrees of M. A., B. Chir., M. D. and in marriage to the daughter of a canon. What to do at 30? It was the year 1888.

About a year ago Sir Henry Lunn, rich, respected, wrote...

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