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FREE MIDDLE CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL SABBATH SCHOOL

... with an almanac, a mass of useful information follows with regard to the British Royal Family, the Legislative bodies, the Civil Service, judicial matters. Army and Navy, the Metropolis, Provincial, Foreigd and Colonial, historical, current legislation ...

THE LABOUR MARKET

... works “Theism;” and another transatlantic contributor, the Hon. T. W. Bullitt Louisville, deals with “Civil and Spiritual Jurisdiction ia the United States.” Perhaps the roost eloquent contribution in the number is one of the minor articles—“ The Scots ...

SHIPPING SUPPLIED

... moment to contend. Ur Cook said it was no part of his purpose to give advice to England, although she gave advice to in our civil war, slyly added, and enforced it with privateer or two I Still, ha ventures friendly way to moke few suggestions. When ...

no sympathy with indiftcriminat* abuse nr indiscriminate praise of any political party. believed that the ..

... the country. pplauso.) But believing that, he had iu his own mind not the shadow of a doubt widen party had done most for civil and religious liberty in our country. In reading over the history of Great Rritain for the lasi or 300 years, he thought it ...

Situations Want fed

... 8084,” Telegraph Office. MILNE, Commercial Teacher, 5 Kelly Street. Day and Evening Classes. •Candidates prepared for the Civil Service. Arithmetical Competitive Examinations. (ml 2 French and german LANGUAGES. monsieur f. Laurent, tischie, NELSON STREET ...

Insurance

... present Ministry the working classes are indebted for having placed the relation of Master and Servant on a footing entire civil equality, and for introducing Bill for the better compensation injuries to workmen. The same Ministry during previous tenure ...

TABLE TALK

... to speak Gaelic, and poor Duncan was ordered by the judge to give his evidence in English. In the United States it is objected by some people that the Civil Damage Law, which is now enrolled on the statute-book of eighteen States, lessens the responsibility ...

THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION

... THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION. For several years past organisation has existed in the United States, which|has iUo'iief seat in the citj of Philadelphia, and some the leading members of which are, regret to say, of Scottish blood, having for its object the ...

AN ANCIENT PRINTER

... and trade, it needed no words of hi* to assure them that defeat was certain. Above all strive to be civil, truthful, peaceful, and honest. Civility coat nothing, and was much appreciated ; truth was the evidence of manly spirit, and the outcome of w ...

PRIESTS AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS

... succeeded hi moulding the native peculiarities of the people of the United States. It certainly striking and significant fact that the tenure of eoolemastical property in the United States is hot in the as a corporation sole ; but in trustees, of major ...

OOUKOOK

... loss of the Atalanta will held on board the Duke of Wellington flagship at Portsmouth. The Rev. A. D. King, minister of the United Original Secession Church, Carnoustie, applied, meeting the Arbroath Presbytery on Tuesday, for admission into the Established ...