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Church Institution Circular
SESSION OF PARLIAMENT
PUBLISHED BY HUGH WILLIAMS AND CO.,
32, PATERNOSTER ROW.
Church Institution Circular.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1862.
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Opinions of the Press.
THE REVISED CODE.--MR. WALPOLE'S RESOLUTIONS.
From the “Guardian,” March 5th, 1862. “ TAE new Code," said the Vice-President of the Committee of Council, in his comprehensive statement, "will, for the first time, place the Education Grant really and effectively under the control of Parliament ;" and the assertion was not questioned in the discus