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  2. Extracts from the Report of the Debate ON NATIONAL EDUCATION.

    Sir R. Bateson presented petitions from Dunmore, Londonderry against any further grant to the College of Maynooth, and against the government plan of education, and from the ...

    Article : 3,836 words

    On Wednesday, 26th, a dejeune took place at Lovegrove's Tavern, Blackwall, in support of these schools, in which 170 boys and 80 girls receive a gratuitous education from the Voluntary ...

    Article : 1,134 words
  4. New Zealand.

    Sir R. INGLIS wished to put two questions to the under secretary for the colonies relative to New Zealand. He wished to know what were the intentions of her Majesty's ...

    Article : 686 words
  5. Dr. Lang's New Zealand IN 1839.

    DR. LANG, who is well known as having resided a number of years as Minis'er of the Scotch Church in New South Wales, and as the author of several works on the Penal ...

    Article : 1,688 words
  6. House of Lords—July 5.

    The Lord Chancellor took his seat and the resolution against the ministerial plan of National Education was read. The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop ...

    Article : 401 words



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