Excerpt from The East and the West, 1905, Vol. 3: A Quarterly Review for the Study of Missions
Hands of our friends in that part of the Dominion during the early years of their development. Methodists and Presbyterians have understood this better. Twenty-one years ago I travelled to Canada with an excellent Presby terian minister from Ottawa, who had been permitted to plead the cause of Canadian Presbyterians before the General Assemblies of the Established, Free, and United Presbyterian Churches, and the result was seen in the larger means placed at the disposal of the Presbyterian authorities in Manitoba and elsewhere. In 1 899 - 1 quote from Mr. Pascoe's Two Hundred Years of the p. 180 one-third of the Church people in Manitoba were reported to be outside the services of our clergy, and over.
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