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FROM SATURDAY. MARCH 5, TO SATURDAY, MAReli, 11,.1836.

FROM SATURDAY. MARCH 5, TO SATURDAY, MAReli, 11,.1836.

VoL. Itcv. D. UTROLY'S LATEST WORK. An Incpiiry into the Principal Pontiy: of Dir. ference, Real or Imaginary, between the two Churches, with a view to Religious Harmony or Forbearance. Together with some Remark,: relative to the present extraordinary Times. By the Rev. David O'
March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
TITE BIBLE.

TITE BIBLE.

The holy fathers unanimously recom• mended the perusal of the Scriptures. They never assumed the liberty of representing a book, which is the foundation of religiipi. as pregnant with all manner of religi.:ls difficulties and dangers. St. John Chrysostom in his homilies and serm
March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
TR ‘DITION.

TR ‘DITION.

Tradition, about which so much has been said and written, is a mere non-entity in religion. ft is called the unwritten word ; and may be denominated a sort of supplement to the New Testament. It is suppos. ed to be a portion of revelation, which was not committed to writing but
March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
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March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
- OrMIISPIMP.

- OrMIISPIMP.

March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
"Aut. •f iobtruction or elementary took. on the diferent subjects are by tne professors, who are Opointed by the King,

"Aut. •f iobtruction or elementary took. on the diferent subjects are by tne professors, who are Opointed by the King,

and for bre. The director and professor form the cam. mittee of management, and any other persons who may be nominated by the King, or prvosed by the committee and approved by his Majesty, ere added to the number. Similar institutions also have been established in different citi
March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
FROM SATURDAY, MARCH 5, TO SATURDAY, MARCH, 12, 1836.

FROM SATURDAY, MARCH 5, TO SATURDAY, MARCH, 12, 1836.

that the inhuman acts stated in the letters refer. The watchmen were withdrawn from the pre, red to have not occurred in the island—nor vision settlements of the estates' people. has the demand for " iron collars and chains" In consequence of the provision grounds be• been made.
March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We must apologize to two or ttiree of our Correapondems for the nun appearance of their rum:nu. aieaticna this week—they ►hall appear in uur next. KINGSTON, JAMAICA. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 12, 1836. The papers received by H. M. Steamer, Me% tear, (which arrived nn Thur.day, i
March 12, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
BA RBADOS.

BA RBADOS.

The subjoined extract is well worthy the attention of the J imaica reader; in fact, it is interesting to all true friends to the British West India Colonies :—EDIT. ROYAL GAz. It was, we know, formerly advanced as an incontrovertible axiom, by theoretical speculators upon the fu
January 9, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica
 
s T It A Y S.

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T It A Y S. In St. Andrew's Pound Jan. 8, 1836. Mc. 12 Grey Horse, tail docked ; sent in by S. West 19 Chesnut Mare, off eye blind, knee ewelled. switch tail, marks not plain ; sent in by C. Williams SO Cashew-bay Horse, indian man kw two feet and face white, tail docked sent in
January 9, 1836 - Royal Gazette of Jamaica - Kingston, Jamaica, Jamaica