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Page 15 - exercise," or experiment, in the plausible or verisimilar style. Of course, there is not one word of truth in it from beginning to end. I thought that such a style, applied to the gold-excitement, could not fail of effect.
Page 7 - In all cases where applications have been made for the aid or for the establishment of schools, we have instituted inquiries, in order to ascertain the character of the persons making such applications, and the description of the scholars.
Page 14 - Scriptural Lessons, taken from the New Testament, which is not yet published, though the whole is now completed, with the exception of half of one sheet. This number contains the whole of the Gospel of St. Luke — that " mutilated" portion of the Scripture, the entire Gospel of St.
Page 7 - Lordships, that we have acted with the most scrupulous care with respect to the character of the schools to which grants have been made, as well as in the allocation of them.
Page 5 - There are objections, undoubtedly, against the education of Roman Catholics and Protestants together ; there...
Page 7 - If the system be to be tried at all, it should have a sufficiently long trial...