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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED

We have received a copy of tho Christma* number of the ' Chnrch Envoy.' This journal, wisely and ably edited and managed, had established itself firmly in the diocese and in the regard of churchmen. The Christmas number, of 36 pages, contains much that will be of interest at this season and at this particular crisis in the nation's history. There are articles, stories, and verses bearing on tho Christmas festival, and among the illustrations are reproductions' of famous pictures dealing with the Nativity. The duty of the churchman to his country is not overlooked, and one short article, headed 'Recruiting,' should be read and pondered by everyone.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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