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A plan by which the education of the people may be secured, without state interference, or compulsory rating, and in strict accordance with the principles of civil and religious liberty.

Title:A plan by which the education of the people may be secured, without state interference, or compulsory rating, and in strict accordance with the principles of civil and religious liberty.
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Note:London : Simpkin, 1857
  
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