Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.
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Intro, Biographical Information, Notes etc:
12 - "The True God"
"Till He Come"
Changed in a Moment
He Cometh with Clouds; or Every Eye shall See Him
Things which Are Coming: or, The Bright and Morning Star
Does anyone know anything about Mr Tuggy?
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 13:42
According to http://bibletruthpublishers.com/till-he-come/henry-tuggy/la534230 Tuggy's first name was Henry. I think it is the Henry Tuggy whose gravestone is here:
This Henry Tuggy is said to have belonged to the Plymouth Brethren:
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 16:29
Thanks a lot for sharing that Martin; however looking into it, this Henry Tuggy was born 1844 and CBA have a pamphlet dated 1860
TUGGY (H) Changed in a moment: a dialogue on the Lord's coming to gather up his saints to meet him in the air as distinct from his coming to the earth in glory... [Signed "H.T.", i.e. H. Tuggy.] Third edition, London, G. Morrish, [c. 1860]. 15th thousand. 32p. 13744
Which was already third edition, and he would have been 16 of course then, so it is probably not the same guy.
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 18:22
I need to sort out Line Returns in comments!
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 18:23
Ok so there was a Henry Tuggy, uncle of the one you mention, born 1824 .. that could well be the one as we have the PB link to the family.
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 18:38
Henry Tuggy born Thatcham, Berks, 1824 was living in Kensington in 1871 and is described as a shoemaker. Timothy Stunt
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 00:40
Thanks Timothy; do you agree this is the H.T. who wrote these pamphlets, (and a few others) ?
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 19:46
Other items mentioned which would be great to get hold of,
THE INCORRUPTIBLE CROWN.
THE FATHER'S HOUSE-THE HOUSE OF MANY MANSIONS.
Tll SUSSEX PEASANT
THE LO:ST CROWN.
A. HAPPY EXCHANGE.
"PLEA8E LEAD liE."
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 20:17
I see CBA have an item "My Conversion" by H.T. - this could well give further indication on our friend here; it would be great if we could get a scan of that?
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 20:26
Ok so I found I had an early copy of "Every Eye Shall See Him", which has on the front; "For distribution of, H.T. 18 Abingdon Road, Kensington" .. so think is definitely the right one.
Sunday, Feb 12, 2017 : 21:33
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