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Hopkins, Charles
appeared in Fenelon Falls Gazette, 11 Dec 1880, p. 2, column 3
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A number of the school children attending the school of section No. 7 in the township of Verulam presented their teacher, Miss Cosh, who is about to leave them, with the following address, and a beautifully bound copy of what is known as the Sunday School Teachers' Bible. The presentation was made at a largely attended tea meeting held in honor of the retiring teacher, who made a suitable reply. Such an evidence of appreciation on the part both of parents and children is a very strong testimony in favour of Miss Cosh. The address is as follows:


It is with much regret that we, your affectionate pupils, whose names are here-unto attached, have learned that you are about to leave us. You have always been kind and anxious for our improvement, and we cannot allow you to depart from us without testifying to you that we appreciate the services that you have rendered in our behalf. We therefore beg your acceptance of this Bible as a fit and proper token of our affectionate regard for onr; and in parting from you we pray that every blessing, spiritual and temporal, may be yours.

Signed by

CHARLES HOPKINS and 28 others.

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An Address
Date of Publication
11 Dec 1880
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Hopkins, Charles