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1999 Travels November 14

SUNDAY 14 NOVEMBER   BRIDPORT TO ST HELENS   152kms

We had to do a full pack up this morning, and got away about 10am.

We decided to take the Tomahawk Road and go through Gladstone and on to the coast at Ansons Bay. 327 more words

1999 Travels

The politics of anti-Catholicism

Two main motives can be discerned in the timing of Gladstone’s actions. In the first place, his Government had been brought down, at least in part, because of the refusal of the Catholic bishops to support his education and Irish policies; Gladstone’s hopes that Cardinal Manning would back him had come to naught, and he had become convinced that the reason was because the Catholic bishops were being guided by the Vatican; that would have been reason enough to be concerned that a foreign power was wielding undue influence on British politics. 879 more words

Faith

Catholicism and intellectual freedom

The charge has often been, and sometimes still is made that Catholics cannot be fully loyal citizens of any nation or Empire – or even a secular organization, because their primary loyalty lies elsewhere. 725 more words

Faith

Lorna Jane Warehouse Sale in Queensland (1-2 July)

🔘 Gladstone, Queensland 🇦🇺 Australia

Lorn Jane Warehouse Sale

❗️  Up to 60 % Off Activewear  ❗️

✔️  Get Access to Exclusive Products

✔️  Accept EFTPOS / Cash & Gift Cards… 93 more words

Sales & Shopping Events

I have a prose bias.

I am a prose person.

I willing admit I actively overlook what would be for me normal reading detractors (angsty love triangles, lost royalty, the peasant with great purpose, and so on and so forth in the colonized lands of imagination) when the author is a artist with their prose. 971 more words

Books

15th June 1855. Tax on Knowledge.

Newspapers were once considered a luxury and the taxes on their publication was justified in that they wouldn’t affect the poor, but they did constitute a form of censorship. 465 more words

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