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CONVICTION FOR SENDING CHILDREN…

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CONVICTION FOR SENDING CHILDREN TO A NONCONFORMIST SCHOOL. The West Cornwall magistrates, sitting at Penzance, have, for the third time, fined a father, in gradually in- creasing penalties, for not sending his children to school. The third time, however, it was proved that the child is in regular attendance at a sch ol of the father's Selection, but the prosecutor urged that the Church school at Gulval was the only one recognised by the School Board, and therefore the parent was fined, he expressing his unconquerable determination not to send his children to Church schools.

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