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L I N E S I OjfciJTte Oll of laying the foundation stone of the Church tpper Bwpr. Old Banjror Time has tmc'd AxktiquitN- on thee: The knell of ages ha* been toll a Since thou wort built, aud yeara have roU'd Into Eternity. To thy renown Let it be known, Thou then didst testh the Truth, time consecrated town. Thy old Cathedral's walls For manv year gone by, Ha. echoed oft the prayers of those Who till the knell of death repobe Within the churchyard nigh. The Church nnceeda, God's canse procoeda, Another temple 110" thy growing progress aeeda, To thy blest memory, Our dear departed DIU., This tribute of our love we aires Though dead, thy noble action* live, They'll never die I ween. Whene'er we gaze, In coming days, Vpon the Church, we'll weep thy well deserved prawe. What fitter monument Could we erect to thee God s church on earth bad won thy BOOI And now, that thou hast reached the goal Of thy felicity. Thv rlrtueg move Soft hearts to prove In some substantial form how deeply they can love. The glorious cause of God, Will Anally succeed; Oar actions, like a favouring breeze To home bound vowels on the seas. Its progress onward speed. On time's blank page 0 mAS *IT Ie Whte deed whS?wiH exist when we have left Uf6's !t*p). Vaynol N S J. HUGHS*.

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