"By Archibald Lang Fleming, Rector of St. John's Church, St. John, New Brunswick".
Bibliography: p. -80.
"When prepared there was no thought in the author's mind of their being published, and simple outlines only were used when first delivered to his own congregation at week-day services during Lent. Then, later, his friend and neighbour Canon Armstrong, asked that they be delivered on Good Friday in Trinity Church in this city, and on that occasion they were taken down verbatim by a stenographer, and are not sent forth with very little alteration." -- Preface.
Contents: Dedication -- Preface dated St. John's Rectory, St. John's [sic], N.B. / A.L.F. -- Introduction dated Bishop's Court, Fredericton, N.B. August 15th, 1923 / John Fredericton i.e. John Richardson -- The First Word -- The Second Word -- The Third Word -- The Fourth Word -- The Fifth Word -- The Sixth Word -- The Seventh Word -- Bibliography.
Published by the Department of Religious Education The Anglican Church of Canada".
"By the Rt. Rev. R.S. Dean ... Bishop of Cariboo".
"Illustrated by Geoffrey W. Goss."
"1961 Lenten Book"
Foreword by Howard Clark.
"In this book [Dean] examines both the Biblical and contemporary meanings of each of the Seven Last Words from the Cross. As he himself, says, `We shall seek to ponder the Words from the Cross, in this double meaning: what they meant to Jesus Christ and what they are to mean to us'."
Contents: Foreword / Howard Edmonton i.e. Clark, Primate -- Introduction / R.S. Dean -- The Cross in the Gospels -- To Have Forgiveness -- The Intimacy Which Binds -- Evidence of True Love -- The Anguish of Loneliness -- The Utter Humanity -- Divine Purpose Achieved -- The Completion of Glory.
OTCH copy has some underlinings in ink. From the Library of the Most Rev. Edward W. Scott.