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The Child's Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 January 1863

The CltiUt's Inquiry. * . . . M«h«T,»^iogivat4iw.4owaM their UoomP 1£«ob fovdv lint beatptra; The rnodert violet smell so sweet, ThefrapanoeoftfeeroieP ytho Made jron lofty mountain height ; ' The field* snd raUtys green— And Ihe litHe ihkw thattwhildeso, Noneht .fairer eau be «een! Who formed the ocean's wide expanse-* The wmns that lash it« foam ? Who puidM the sailor* lonely bark * Safe to its h jkvea home ? God gave the flowers their beauty Tare, Each prettt thing you see; ?nwlinieit spray *ith »lehder i*tei,: ' ' The tall and nobls tree. *=?-??? , : Heferm'dyou, too, in beauty1* snoold, ?, . Aught nobler tetter trod . -^ Tina lowly earth— tMs Eden «dr— ThattMan-thetjpeofOW! He made them all, knaiteept'fesiweU ??'?''.,,:,] . 'Thedaiiyonthelea, '? As man— who feel* that Father's we At home or on the sea, ' ' . ; Bntfairerfapthandl,TnyliOT, ; ,? ?' .E'en 4owret«n the sod, .*?' ' I» the great anil precious gift, ? A heart to Jove thy God. .. ; CfficbAstv^'-Ohio. II. 6. H.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 January 1863

. HoUOWAYS OlNTMEMT ACS Pu.ti.T Cheer up. — Sufferers from tfeearaatitm neerl .not not despond till a Hal Vs****v»«i to these restorsfive remedies; '-.a$rtnpntMion Vuh warm water, ana friction wifli Hgrjovaina ble Ointment are the surest antagonist* ia' Rheumatism anil Gout. The ij)fl-raaitije« of the joints soon yislds to ♦hhTrfti-iJp|6^^ robbing -in Holloway'a Ointmrnt %n4 'tslcf n- bis Pills for a few diys, the throbbing pain, Yieat,«ndawelirnp; begin tb itabsHe, tbe'ftVfr decreases, and the patient . feel he *an Injowj without agony, and sleep pflrnjy wltfcout Mi. locating starts. Hoi Way's Pills contribute; to dispel the rheumatic jjptaefplt] from the) system, facilitate the pretext -*co»ery, %ue-' ' cnsfblly ward off any mm Of thjs attack, ?nd Mnfer fle.ibility a*a ^gib upon the injured joint. j^ .-£./., -,??????.- l»twnNtm.-a.— The $ws^ Is »*eh agitated in this district, ,'Hpf sqwiier has; the right to impound off Wad* arijotGis*:JrW selections, *aidtai-di-Bta*fiaB4e«ac4-W4- ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 January 1863

[?] Itnastofl^tfaaOr «a»«o*B0d ttat we A- not Umtifj ?ntadw^^^iianaajframi ty eamtfoatatt = taftHpoOtsacfoario,^ . . ; . . ?..,..- f

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 January 1863

BIRTH.—At her residence, Nimity-           belle, December 29th, the wife of David Bell, Esq., J.P., of a son.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Court of Petty Sessions, Cooma. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29. (Before A.Hamilton and R.Dawson, Esqs.,J.P'S.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 January 1863

Court of Petty Sessions, Cooma. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29.             (Before A. Hamilton and B. Dawson, Esqs., J.P's.) Pattrick Ware, of Collinton, appeared on bail to   answer an information laid by Mr. J. Dougall of same place, charging him with having stolen pro- perty in his possession which belonged to him (Dougall). The police searched the premises of Ware, but finding nothing of the stolen propetty Ware was admitted to bail. Dougall did not appear and the case was dismissed. Ware intimated his intention of proceeding against Dougall. TUESDAY. .(Before Hamilton, Dawson, and Merryweather, Esqrs, J.P.'s.)     W. Plat, was brought up in custody charged with having on or about the 5th December illegally ridden a bay horse the property of Thos Rollins, of Cooma.     Thos. Rollins was called and his information read     ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERIOUS OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 January 1863

SERIOUS OUTRAGE.     On Saturday last George Crooks, Henry Lane, Stead Gibson, and Michael Tierney were placed before the bench, Crooks charged with shooting with intent to kill, and the other three with aiding and abetting. The case occupied the attention of the Court until late on Saturday afternoon and was then adjourned until Monday morning, when it resulted in the committal of Crooks and discharge of Lane, Gibson, and Tierney. The following are the   facts of the case as they came out evidence. Mr. Joseph Smith some two or three years ago purchased the estate at George's plains, known as Dalhunty's grant and up to the time of the purchase, parties living in that neighbourhood and at Limestone Flat had been accustomed to use a road running through the estate. After Mr. Smith's purchase he claimed the road as his private property, and notice had been given to parties not to tresspass. About 18 months ago the road was surveyed by a licenced s...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REV. JOHN STEELE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 2 January 1863

  THE REV. JOHN STEELE .   To the Honorable the Legislative Assembly of   New South Wales,     The humble Petition of John Steele, —   SHEWETH :— That your Petitioner is a   Minister of the Church of England, having   charge of the Parish of Bombala, in the Dis-   trict of Monaro, in the Colony of New South   Wales .   That your Petitioner has been suffering for     more than two years very great indignity and     annoyance, which has resulted recently in his     being deprived of his personal liberty, his     character as a Christian Minister impeached   and damaged, and being continually subjected       to perscution, as hereafter detailed, through     the acts ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

?;. ' Drought. ? lake a dome of brass o'er the withering grass, Spreads out the lurid ekj : Whenoa bunn^g.rayj, in a cloudlets bluze, lake flames fiem a furnace fly. Sot b single clond, with its euVer shroud, To temper that deadly glare : Not a drop of dew from that ocean of bine, To sweeten the sultry air 1 From the distent North a- cry went forth, Thmt was echoed by East and West : Till the terrible drought reach'd the snow-dad South, And witnerM it lite the rest. From the mountain's verge to the ocean's surge, From vaUey and hill and plain, Through the pitiless ah- ran; the wnil of despair From, a land that was fainish'd for raw. ;The blue rivers ehrink from the floweriess brink,. . And bare their strong breast: ? ; Tfll each winding stream, with its ripple and gleam, ,?- HeUi child-like fled to its rest t ; ^ortlieingelflf-death, will. hiBbUUttgbreatJi, ,' Hatti come (rora'tjieTWiliM of night: -And the tmhofhb -wings hath dried Ma springs. As he sped inliia angry flight. .' Jibt...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

lNOCtJLlTK% FOR PL1EUE0 PNEDiirONIA. Tire accompanying letter, from Mr. Pottie, Cattle Inspector, -relative U- inWilBiion, 4ibs teen forwarded to~ns (S, M. Hen&d) for publication, from 2Tr. Secretary Robertson :— [copy.] To (lie Hon. the Secretary for Lands. ' Sir,-|-I have the honour to report some Norther information respecting iaoculatiou for the pleuro-pnenmonia epizootics I visited the larra *f— Riley, E«q., of Glen more, .and found Am hefead Jnbc|ii»H^L12i9: ? ^;lbeaa#T,«^.oT^i^(p^iV^|^Ifc own, without i»y knowing anythmg^ibo&t it. Fortyof these died within a month. ' Tke|i)an lie 'adopted was this-: — Having pressed the, Vlroi oat of a diseased long inie a bofctit, lie fastened lh& Hade of a knife to the end of » pole, dipped the blade in the virus anil drove it.into'the raWele- of the fore-arm of the »ni ?mals. The cattle were then turned ont on the ran. , I wish now to point nut the reasons why Mr. Jtfley was so unsuccessful, first. The plan adopted ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

Cooma Annual Races. A MMEl'lNGrofall parties interested in getting . i3L up tbe next ANM7AL MEETING will take place at .MB. J. WARDS, tOED EA.GLAN HOTEL, on Monday the 19th iost,, at« p.m. W. J3T0BGEOX, 41 O. SOLOMON. National School Fund. CJ UBSCErPTION LIST to raise . funds to corn. kJ plite the Gopma National' School ' - The Committee thankfully, acknowlsdge the fol* lowing amounts paid up since List publication— ' £ a. i Amount previously advertised ... ... 99 10 0 SamuelShannou ? 2 0 0 Patrick Clifford ? i. -.^ ;,. -j3 -0 -.-O Oeorge Markham... ...'...„ ..... .. ... ;.,'.%', 0 .0 John Cosgrove ',J.'.'i, ..V :' .^ J. '; % 0 0'- Mfi«rs.Ponsouby;*ndWaW „. ... ' 1* 0 0' Surplus,orBi»mg.D«ya*ces,perMr, ?-'?? -?-? '-?'? ?-.' , p^ttiU\umim^'-\i.- «.;,i.-..';; ^??^*- , ' '?';'? Total '... ....,..';„ 109 10 0 ' Leaving at the present time a balance of £17 6s 6d wanted -to complete the building finally and ' totally. .. ? ? '.- . .... BESJAMIN DkLISSA, ? . ? Secretary.. £1O Reward* LOST ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Reward for Tyric. (To the Editor of the Monaro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

.- Ke wmrd i*-»r Xyrlc ' ? . ; ' ; '(T* ttie Bditw of ths Moaaro Iftnrarv.) Smj — Can you, through the -^-lm«ni- of tout valuable Journal, inform me whether the £20 awarded Seuior-Constabls deary for the apprehen aionjof Andrew TyrieindudcstbefU) promised by Mr A. BkioniaaM, of Coolamatong : if not whether ^n^^a^fti»gf»i^«i^«^ ha« intiim.f^ hi. intention of paying such reward. ? ? ???..?;,- I am yours &C, ?'?:???' -'T . . MAKHEE0DD0FF. [No portion of the £Sto awarded: belonged to i£r Bloomfiel'': itwasthe Anociations reward.' ''Ho. doubt the frequently, expressed promise will be re* deemed.— Ed. JC3f.] : :

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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BOMBALA MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

BQifBAJak MA.EKET PB1CES. Both itheMffls quote flour at JC20, ?-*rinrtm«-, !?.. |»r broihcl, XDUbmsflOvsrton, TTnr, £10 per ton, . *Whwifc. fis. per buffhel, Data, 6s. per bushel, Jlnttcr, In.rwrlb. Cheese. «d ditto. ? ? Groceries, and Store goods, aahade over Sydney prices. Bombala Tannerv — Solo. In. tolnlj.iwrlh., Kip, Is91tal»lMditto. Harness, Is. 41. ditto, JIIcIm. 5«. each, fW.l. Dslemtfl. £3 15*. per ?». Cirri.itro to FAm or M orrimbula, £6 per ton. Fat Cattle, £1 per head.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nimitybelle. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

MniUylieHe. 1 .' [f HOM OVU COUEK3POSDBSI.1 ' I .TImi «ra ori862 will now shortly ase us launched into another year. Europeans do not universally lake heart-ielt delight in southern sport* Their sunny sky 'and scorched hills make poor amends, for hills covered with snow; every household covered over with a green mantle of ivy. - This and 'more which might fill a history might be repeated. The holly is absent from ttie cheerless view. Prince 'Albert, the noblest and the best of princes, has left the dance of life. The writer of this article is ? iaeobite who lost 'at Ihe battle of Culloden'a grandfather and great grandfather t yet my fpathy is with the family of Hanover refresh v. We had great hopes that the American iblic would prove to be the models of Govern ts. ' We are h6wever most deeply deceived. jK|IH,disteMi in ;gngUnd-u felt ibyjn deaply, and m distn* in Kngfind«quallyiaiL ;Washwgton, -6e great General, often remarkedthat tbehackner §usstioii of slavery would be the rock on...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBRYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

OCEA.SBEf\?f MARKET. ???'' Fln'i-. nerton.'flne £31: seconds, £21; ration* £19. VTionl. iwr mi'h»l, 7s. to 7s 6d. T^i-in, *mm !?*. M. Mair». fhvn Ite. tn Vs. HiiritT. from b«. (11. ?' (H. Oiits, fmm fls. to 7-*. 01. llav.im-tm. €? 10s to fil. Vntltr. Inltlt'. 31 , fnwh lstjd fSiiv'!', M. »'k''l- Wii'on. from'Y.I. to AX. V-r.. fm-n Is. HI. rota*1*'*, iwm- rvrt. 5*. Tit CaHl» £4 I'M. to H in-*. Flin»n. IS*, to 5---. rwr hrewl ; Hii-. *».mtn5«.wli. Ttlloir. tHTtm. C5» to £.10., Tar good sat, Yes. TViliw CI ft*. T»'r*i'Hl. 1'it*.'*I 1 '0 V1. --cr iwnnd. ?Rhr»i«fcin«. 4.W In 0-1 Hi. ?Oirrinp.. p«r ton. Sydney to Qiieanboya I™ Ms to EH. *QuealiHoynn to Cooraft, CS 10s. to £). 1Q0OTATTOXS AT THE HILLS Vinoflonr. £22. Rramds £21. Rations, £10 per ton Jlran 1«M. 'VThratAs.frl.to Js Pollard Is. M. Grinding Is. Cd.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Court of Requests, Cooma. MONDAY, JANUARY 5. (Before R. Dawson, M. Hernett, and G. Markham, Esqrs., J.P.'s) KELLY V. DELANEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

Court of Bequests, Coonu. HoroiT, Jjurvan 6. (Before K. Dawson.lt. Hamett, and Q. HarHiam, .. £sars, «,?«.) txux t. pgLum. This, was an notion to recover the sum of £5, the value et an heifer the property of one Boseinna Kelly.' The wroamstanoes are 'briefly those:— Mrs. : Kelly, las, hsfl, a number of :-cattle running -at Simmo,. Snowy Jbvev&r the past twelve or feurteen yean. . At the commencement of 1880 Mr. H. -a. Galmon, in «Jurge of Mr. Syria despatched {hem to the pound. While in charge trf the men going with them to the pound fey some means the six head were lost. Delanev laid cliim to the whole of them, and commenced aa action againsf Mr. SihnonandMr. »yi» for them is the Sistriot Court1nl6SO. On the case oomingon for bearing Mr. BeUuev received a verdiot, die Talue of the six head being assessed at a?85,Trhieh sram, together with £2 4s Expenses, was paid into Court ty the then defendants aouator. It now tnma out that fivo head only of the cattle belonged to Mr. ©el...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

«rOTJLBUE5f WHOtJRSJLLE PEICES CtTBEENT. . ' 'WheaVBs. M. lo Js OJ * bushel Hour, fine, £21 » ton s seconds, SM. Poiiarn, Js. V bushel. Bran, 2s. 9 bushel. Bread, Udte Sd. 9 Mb WL Maiie, TOperpnshel. BhtIot. 6s. to 0s. 04. V bushel : ?OatB,'8». tota Od ner biuhel. n4T,ST00ato£ll Vton. Butter, fresh, &i. * lb. salt. Is. 6d. seam ?Cheeee, 4M to M ; mane. Bicon,6dto7d»lb. Eect. Is. W. 9 do«n. - Potatoes,' £S to £1 0s. 9 ton. .Onions, acarce. Tlherp, 123 to 15s per head (afc» gool wanted) IBde^SstoSseaSr ?? - Bheeps1dns,4dtoSd.perIhH, acoordinglo Sydney ' eiaritct. OarrUjeSPten— Sydney to Qoulbum, SB IOs, £?;Ooulburn to; Sydney, nominal-, OonlbnmVo Lambing Plat, £5 Gonlbum,toAdelong,i610s; OoubinutotbeLachlan ,£9to£lB; OoulbumtoTumattSriOi.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

SiSTucrOonriTFouB.— Jndge dry, aoondng the *kiSBitodesoJwindandwe»»uer,ha» romoftllly ptooeeded tothecompletionofhiitttsk. Commencing nt'flte'm-m. «n Wednesday, wilh No. 81, the OoortoonUnned »*ea«M 'offlye hours, mtfl 'ten,' whni«n»4ioaniment*»scallal fcr time hours, ana aftemrds the business ml gone on ?with until foor. HisHonor then adjourned Hie Ooirt till nau-pastfimymUrday morning, «nd'flnished tteHst in time fertmattat. Wtether tie legli brigade fdl into the plan «doptB* by the jldge, llKh that good humour and Bbeilsnoe which cugki to be mkiraotarise their submission totheedists'or the Bench, we cannot my; but we laney that in a climate like oar it it no* desirable to get through the business of ths day befcre the nm obtain a mastery; more especially when clear herds are absolutely neoeasary to insure a proper use being 'nimdc of (ffi many nice legal poinuand technicalities which find their way into such tribunaUasttiat of Judge Oary. At any Mte the first Fortes District «onr...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rewards to Police. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

? Bejriirsls^JEWtef..^;~^r If rewards paid to th«|»nc*^^s district can: be taken as any criteriosj pf «MWn^ent .working. of (he foree,then $&%&* ^agulationtf most be working weUin^hsBouthemPjvisipli. ?'?' ? ?? It is highly creditable to the -Ohinase in fi*; Braidwood district, who offered Dip handsome sum of £10 reward for. the apprehension «f two of their conntrymen, who reeoftHy oommUted ? mnr- derous assault upon a 'Celestial' in Braid wood that immediately after the apprehension of (he. -offenders by Sergeant Jjatuser of Q.ueanbeyan, the sum {#0) was paid into Court. This sum has ben suue transmitted by Mr. Superintenaaat Msrkham to the Inspeetor general of Police, and by him handed over to Sergeant Latimer at the Depot when the Sergeant is at 9«e&t reeeiting1 instrootions^rinoanted 1drilli ?''trir-kt-^ ? ' In addition to the1 sum of £20 voted by the: CatOe Stealing Prevention Association to Senior OonstaWe Oleary for the apprahensitia of Tyrie, ?farther ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCE REPORT. (MORT AND CO.) [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

PEODUOE EEPOET. (KORI USD CO.) WooL— The sale this day was wen 'attended, and good parcels eliatod bride compeUtion, but for lpwer qualities of wool and Ol-condloned panels the demand is rery limited 'f '? upwards of 400 bales ware sold as detailed below. Sheepskins in small supply— all to hand sold readily ei late quotations; 7d to 7Jd being obtained lor foll-wookd skins. - ' '?'/ Tallow.-Tery little demand-and out of 21 casks offend only 9 were sold at £JS5s to £3t 12s 6d. * Hides.— Only a leir small paroelB to hand were offered lor sale.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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OUR NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 January 1863

on* kaxxokai. .school. . BnaiX as it seems, there is no public question which presents so rainy difficulties; as the question of edoeation. Politicians hare spoken on it, and theoretical writers have written on it, more than on any other topic whaterer. One would think that then could not possibly be any inbjecton which men of all parties would' be mace likely to tyne. Its necessity is obvious. It is the first slaty of a Government to see to the diffusion of education 'among its subjects. But Unhappily sectarian fWj'r.g enters so deeply into the Tnattftr, tjhtff every ' disessswa . -ndi -in a dtspate. * 4-ne party regards it as a national sin to teach children writing and arithmetic Without teaching them the doctrines of Christianity. Another parly regards the instruction of Catholic children by a Protestant schoolmaster, or the instruction of Protestant chil ? dren by a Oatholio schoolmaster, with positive horror. Another party .regards' the qoestbn of religiouB education as wholly...

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