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The New Zealand Evangelist

Sunday School Union.—

Sunday School Union.

Those of our readers who have taken interest enough in Sunday Schools here, to visit them during the hours of instruction, can scarcely have failed to observe how well all are supplied with elementary books, and generally with Sunday School requisites. For this the Schools are mainly indebted to the liberality of the Sunday School Union of London, which by a grant of books in the year 1845, and subsequent consignments for sale, has not only kept the Schools well supplied, but has caused a considerable stock to accumulate in the depository for future demands.

It would be superfluous now to point out the suitable character of the books of this Society, but it must be mentioned that by the supplies which were placed at the disposal of the Sunday School Union here, the Schools at Karori, the Hutt, and Porirua were greatly assisted at their commencement, and it may be doubted whether in the absence of such supplies one or two of these would have been opened at the time they were.