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Introduction.

have every reason to hope that this old feeling of conflicting interests has entirely passed away, and been replaced by a better one. That this good feeling between parson and people may be perpetuated to all future generations, so that the good seed of God's word may be freely sown among them and bring forth abundant fruit unto life eternal, is the earnest wish and prayer of the writer.

GEORGE T. O. BRIDGEMAN,          
Rector of Wigan.

Wigan Hall,

Christmas, 1887.