Sessional Papers, Issue 23, Volume 2

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Page 102 - I must work the works of Him that sent Me while it is day, for the night cometh when no man can work d ." Two doctrines, both of them distinctly Christian, throw their guardian shadows over the lesson.
Page 145 - Theosophy — or better still, the Science of Spirit. Its aim will be to seek for the principles and causes that lie behind all phenomena, and to rise from the visible to the invisible, from the material to the spiritual. With this object in view...
Page 348 - Christmas day, or at any time except between the hours of nine in the morning and four in the afternoon...
Page 101 - He was also for many years a member of the Council of Public Instruction for the Province of Quebec.
Page 6 - An Authentic Plan of the River St. Lawrence, from Sillery, to the Fall of Montmorenci, with the Operations of the Siege of Quebec under the Command of Vice-Adml.
Page 349 - Such auditors are bound in the month of July in each year, and when the school corporation requires, to make an examination of and to report respecting all accounts of the corporation and all accounts relating to any subject falling within their jurisdiction.
Page 342 - If the trial of the contestation is not concluded at the close of the term of the court during which the petition was presented, the sitting judge must continue it without interruption during the vacation, adjourning from day to day until he delivers his final judgment upon the merits of the contestation.
Page 384 - Esq., gave notice that he would move at the next meeting of the...
Page 341 - A copy of the petition, with a notice stating the day on which the petition will be presented to the court, is served upon and left with every...
Page 329 - ... in which any public notice must be read out aloud, in a distinct manner, on the Sunday next following the day on which the same was published, at the close of divine service, if such service has been held. The. omission to read...

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