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General Booth's Visit.


Dunkdin, April 20 The Primate and Dean Fitchetfc waited on General Booth to-day. After expressions of regard had been exchanged the Primate said he hoped in the future some basis of alliance in the nature of a Concordat; might be arranged with the Anglican Communion of New Zealand. General Booth said for years he had desired to do something toward effecting closer union between all seotions of the Christian Church, and he •was highly gratified by the approaches of the Primate. He would prayerfully consider the whoie matter on the basis of leaving the Army free to carry on its work according to its principles and methods, and the interview closed with prayer.

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General Booth's Visit., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905

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General Booth's Visit. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905

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