SIR—In answer to an appeal made by me on behalf of prisoners discharged from Pentridge, and in furtherance of which you kindly consented to receive subscriptions, two letters have appeared in the Argus, which, I trust, you will allow me to reply to through your ...Article : 822 words
SIR—I cannot allow the notice of the Rev. F. C. Platts's tea-meeting, as it appeared in your issue of last month, to pass without comment. It is stated, "the parishioners manifested the hearty goodwill borne by them to the departing incumbent by filling the building, ...Article : 250 words
SIR—Why cannot the schoolmaster, like every other individual whose work and labour have to be guaranteed to the public confidence by a license, diploma, or certificate, be allowed to seek his own sphere of industry? By such means the barriers which now impede ...Article : 682 words
SIR—I should hardly have thought it possible for five hundred people to be so intensely selfish as the five hundred Sandridge parishioners at Mr. Platts's tea-meeting, shutting themselves up with their parson in their town hall, eating, drinking, and ...Article : 339 words
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