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M [advertisement. ] R PHILIP MAGUIRE, Lecturer. —He is master over all Bibles by constant practice and how to use it. By Moses’ explanations to the commandments of destruction on to they commandments, a Gentile they christemental accession. I say that by my practice and experience that all religion will follow my footsteps if they are not able to multiply it in their Bible they will not be able to follow my footsteps. The depth of shades and shadows lightening it, flashes and scatters, and leaves nothing to their view. Jesus Christ is the fastest—call him and see if be comes to you. A notice given to all religions of professions to my experience in their qualifications that I must say the children of the public schools. If you ask any of them a question about the nature and substance between Ood and Christ and Jesus and the Virgin Mother, they will look up in your face so brazen, ignorant, and bold, they will say, sir, that they never were taught such questions by teachers at schools. Where, now, does this blame lie on 1 You had better find it out before you are too late. Wakanui road, Ashburioq, Nov. 24,1881. |Bld

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 501, 25 November 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 501, 25 November 1881

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