Copies of Correspondence Between the Chief Superintendent of Schools for Upper Canada, and Other Persons, on the Subject of Separate Schools: (being a Continuation of the Return Laid Before the House and Printed on the 17th September, 1852).

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Lovell & Gibson, 1855 - Church and education - 256 pages
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Page 249 - Every parson, vicar, or curate, upon every Sunday and holiday, before evening prayer, shall, for half an hour or more, examine and instruct the youth and ignorant persons of his parish, in the Ten Commandments, the Articles of the Belief, and in the Lord's Prayer; and shall diligently hear, instruct, and teach them the Catechism set forth in the Book of Common Prayer.
Page 45 - Subject to the foregoing provisions the ancillary receiver and his deputies shall have the same powers and be subject to the same duties with respect to the administration of such assets, as a receiver of an insurer domiciled in this state.
Page 116 - A rule having been obtained, calling on the justices to shew cause why a mandamus should not issue commanding them to enter continuances and hear the appeal, Whitehurst now shewed cause.
Page 119 - ... remedial nature; and may be issued in some cases where the injured party has also another more tedious method of redress, as in the case of admission or restitution to an office:' but it issues in all cases where the party hath a right to have any thing done, and hath no other specific means of compelling its performance.
Page 20 - An Act to re-unite the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, and for the Government of Canada...
Page 150 - Christchurch, as bearing directly upon the duties of the Guardians in carrying the present Act into execution. As the term "foundlings," which is used in the 1st section of the 11 and 12 Viet., c.
Page 248 - Sunday, from nine o'clock in the morning until four o'clock in the afternoon, throughout the year ; and from seven o'clock until ten o'clock in the evening during the sessions of the legislature.
Page 244 - All theories which transfer to the day-schoolmaster, between the hours of nine o'clock in the morning and four in the afternoon, during five days...
Page 249 - ... be reformed. And likewise, if any of the said fathers, mothers, masters, or mistresses, children, servants, or apprentices, shall neglect their duties as the one sort in not causing them to come, and the other in refusing to learn, as aforesaid, let them be suspended by their ordinaries (if they be not children), and if they so persist by the space of a month, then let them be excommunicated.
Page 249 - Commandments, the Articles of the Belief, and in the Lord's Prayer ; and shall diligently hear, instruct, and teach them the Catechism set forth in the Book of Common Prayer. And all fathers, mothers, masters, and mistresses, shall cause their children, servants, and apprentices, which have not learned the Catechism, to come to the church at the time appointed, obediently to hear, and to be ordered by the minister, until they have learned the same.

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