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Page 796 - My Lords and Gentlemen, — I am happy to be able to release you from the duties of a laborious and protracted Session. " The Act for the Prevention of Crime and Outrage in Ireland, which received my assent at the commencement of the Session, was attended by the most beneficial effects. The open display of arms intended for criminal purposes was checked; the course of justice was no longer interrupted ; and several atrocious murderers who had spread terror through the country were apprehended, tried,...
Page 360 - II' any other books than the Holy Scriptures, or the standard books of the church to which the children using them belong, are employed in communicating religious instruction, the title of each is to be made known to the Commissioners. • 11. The use of the books published...