This is obviously just a part of an article. The church it describes, St. Bartholomew's in Coventry Street, closed in 1977. In the mid-eighties it was converted to flats and is now known as Steeple Court.
The second church, dedicated to St. Bartholomew the Less, is situated in Lamb's-fields, at a short distance from the Mile-end station of the Eastern Counties' Railway. Like St. James's Church, it is in the early English style, with lancet-headed windows; the material, light brick with stone dressings. It is from the design of Mr. Railton, and is a less picturesque composition than Mr. Blore's edifice, it should, however, be stated, that the campanile remains to be built. On the verge of the church-yard are Sunday and Infant Schools. This church (St. Bartholomew's), will be consecrated by the Lord Bishop of London this day (Saturday), and three sermons will be preached therein on the following day. As the church is unfinished, we believe, on account of the want of funds we trust that the contributions on Saturday and Sunday will go far towards the completion of the good work.
There are still remaining to be erected in Bethnal-green four churches, five parsonage-houses, and six schools, the cost of which is estimated at £30,000: and to complete which, independently of a balance in hand of £7298 15s. 4d., grants from the Metropolis Churches Fund, the Church Commissioners, and subscriptions promised, a sum of £10,000 will be required.