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Bull, Spadunk
Bull, Wm. Perkins, Spadunk : or, From Paganism to Davenport United: A study of community development, of the religious life around which it centred, and of the pioneer personalities which gave shape to both , Toronto: The Perkins Bull Foundation, George J. McLeod Ltd., 1935.

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Pages
1 [Series title page]
2 Other works by Wm. Perkins Bull
Frontispiece Illustration: Wm. Perkins Bull
Title page
8 [Copyright statement]
9 [Dedication]
11 In memoriam
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13 Illustration: Maria P. Bull
15 Table of contents
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17 [Table of] Colour illustrations, and Black and white illustrations
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21 Foreword
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23 Illustration: William H. Hinks
24 Illustration: Rev. John Wesley Graham
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26 Illustration: Pioneer clock
27 An appreciation
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29 Illustrations: Relics of John & Mary Bull & their son Barholomew
30 Illustration: Four generations of the Bull family
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33 Chapter I : In the beginning
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35 Illustration: Rev. A. E. Baker
36 Illustrations: Indian relics of the Toronto region
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39 Illustration: Indian encampment
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43 Illustrations: Tri Mu presentation, "Evil spirits", 1933, and, Davenport S.S. presentation, "Old Japan", 1933
44 Illustration: A pioneer parlour picture
45 Chapter II : Manitous and missionaries
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49 Illustration: Page from the "Breeches Bible", 1608
50 Illustration: Imprint of the "Breeches Bible"
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55 Illustration: Sale of Indian lands
57 Chapter III : Settlers and circuit-riders
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65 Illustration: Rev. John Wesley with two friends
66 Illustrations: Lorenzo Dow, Rev. Gideon Ouseley, Bishop Francis Asbury, Bishop Thomas Core
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68 Chapter IV : The man from Tipperary
69 Illustration: Bartholomew Bull
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75 Illustration: Mrs. Bartholomew Bull
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79 Illustrations: Scenes from pioneer life
80 Illustrations: Pages from Bartholomew Bull's family Bible
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83 Chapter V : The homestead on the hillside
84
85 Illustration: First Canadian home of Bartholomew Bull
86 Illustrations: Purchase of clergy reserve lots, and, Sketch map of York and environs about 1800-1810
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91 Illustration: Part of sketch by Bailey, R.E., 1838
92 Illustrations: Richard Woodsworth, Peter Pilkey, and, Pilkey family
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95 Chapter VI : Bull's appointment
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99 Illustration: Bartholomew Bull leading a class-meeting
100 Illustration: Part of 1835 preachers' plan
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103 Illustration: The Sunday dress
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107 Chapter VII : Challenge and response
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111 Illustrations: Fellowship cups, used at 10 o'clock class-meeting, 1880-1920, and, Davenport Church built in 1859
112 Illustration: Davenport communion service, 1880-1920
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119 Illustration: Map of York, 1852
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124 Chapter VIII : The building of Springmount
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127 Illustrations: Bartholomew Bull II, Rebecca Bull, Edward Bull, M.D., Francis Bull, M.D.
128 Illustration: Mr. & Mrs. T.H. Bull
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131 Illustration: The old log school-house
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136 Chapter IX : A stalwart settler
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139 Illustration: George Cooper
140 Illustration: Mrs. George Cooper
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146 Chapter X : Trumpets on Spadunk
147 Illustration: Cooper family tree
148 Illustrations: The Gilberts
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153 Illustration: Pistols and riding crop
154 Illustrations: Peacock Tavern, Dundas Street, and, Dundas Street Toll House
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160 Chapter XI : The conversion of George Cooper
161 Illustrations: Royces of an older generation
162 Illustration: The Royce family, 1901
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165 Illustration: Logging
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169 Illustration: Cooper's Church
170 Illustrations: Sarah Annie Bull, Harriet Ida Bull, Harriet Bishop, Mary Martha Bull, Walter Jeffers Bull, Ellen Melissa Bull
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173 Illustration: Letter from York Township Council re Bartholomew Bull II
174 Illustration: Medico-Chirurgical Society letter re Dr. Francis Bull
175 Chapter XII : The working of the Leaven
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179 Illustrations: Bits of history in granite
180 Illustration: Bits of history in silver
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189 Chapter XIII : Builders of cities
190
191 Illustrations: Rev. and Mrs. Henry Wilkinson, and, Breastplates from their coffins
192 Illustrations: Rev. Enoch Wood, D.D., Rev. Ephraim Boyd Harper, M.A., D.D., and, Rev. John Semmens
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197 Illustration: "The Toronto"
198 Illustrations: Brockton Post-Office, and, The "Blind" Toll-Gate
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203 Illustration: Preston Villa, and, Davenport Station
204 Illustration: Sketch map of Davenport Road and vicinity, 1868
205 Chapter XIV : A new day in Davenport
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209 Illustration: Davenport Methodist Church
210 Illustrations: Bull and Cooper vaults, Davenport Cemetery
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215 Illustration: Family tree of John Bull, younger brother of Bartholomew
216 Illustrations: Five generations of the Farr family
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221 Chapter XV : Certain people of importance
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223 Illustration: The first Springmount
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227 Illustration: William Campbell
228 Illustration: Mrs. William Campbell
228A Illustration: [Parts of Clarke, Farr, Harris, and McLean family trees]
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233 Illustrations: John Rowntree, Sr., David Rowntree, Sr., and his second wife, Sarah M. Rossiter, and, William Rowntree and his wife, Harriet Farr
234 Illustration: Rowntree family tree
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236 Chapter XVI : Turnpike and tavern
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239 Illustration: Toll-gate sign
240 Illustration: Sketch map of Yorkville and Carleton vicinity, 1869
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245 Illustration: The legend of Gallows Hill
246 Illustration: John R. Bull
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248 Chapter XVII : Songsters and soldiers
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251 Illustration: Bull family tree
252 Illustration: "Marriage lines" of the author's parents
252A Illustration: Page from Bible of J.P. Bull
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257 Illustration: Wesleyan Ministers of the Canada Conference, 1869
258 Key to group of Wesleyan Ministers of the Canada Conference, 1869
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263 Illustrations: Mrs. James Graham, and, Rev. James Graham
264 Illustrations: Organists and choir-leaders
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267 Chapter XVIII : The ringing grooves of change
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269 Illustrations: Some Davenport Church ministers
270 Illustration: Plan of Davenport Church, 1857-1900
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275 Illustrations: Some Sunday-School superintendents
276 Illustration: Family of David Rowntree, Sr.
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281 Illustration: Four generations of the Harris family
282 Illustration: Bits of history in marble
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285 Chapter XIX : A consolidated cause
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289 Illustration: S.S. No. 13, Davenport Public School, 1889-1914
290 Illustrations: Carlton School, 1899-1914, and, McRoberts Church
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295 Illustrations: George W. Clendenan, M.D., C.M., Albert Thomas MacNamara, M.D., Edward John Talbot Fisher, M.D., and, Wilber Howard Harris, M.D., C.M., F.A.C.S.
296 Illustrations: Dr. John Taylor Gilmour, M.P.P., Nicholas Newbury Mooney, D.D.S., and, Chester N. Mooney, M.D.
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300 Chapter XX : The gay nineties
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303 Illustrations: Francis Heydon and his wife Isabella Gracey, and, W.A. Boddy and his wife Annie Royce
304 Illustrations: Tri Mu and Delta Alpha class, 1908
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309 Illustrations: Davenport Church tennis-court, 1934, and, First annual Tri Mu handicap road race, 1908
310 Illustrations: Harvest home decorations, 1934
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315 Illustrations: William Alexander Clarke and his wife Eugenia Matilda Brickman, and, Robert Clarke and his wife Ann Wilson
316 Illustrations: Peter Kline and his wife Rosina Crammer, Thos. Armstrong and his wife Margaret, Mrs. Elizabeth Connolly, and, Mrs. Sarah Armstrong
317 Chapter XXI : New lamps and old
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321 Illustration: Rev. H.S. Magee
322 Illustrations: Workers in Davenport United Church
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327 Chapter XXII : Prospect and retrospect
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329 Illustrations: Bull, Farr, Rowntree, and Townsley tombstones
330 Illustration: Carlton School roll of honour
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335 Illustrations: Some Davenport soldiers
336 Illustrations: Soldiers of Davenport United Church
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340 Chapter XXIII : From jubilee to centenary
341 Illustration: Page from S.S. program, 1913
342 Illustration: Page from S.S. program, 1905
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347 Illustration: "Send out the light"
348 Key to "Send out the light"
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351 Illustration: WOmen workers of Davenport United Church, 1934
352 Illustration: Choir of Davenport United Church, 1934
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357 Illustrations: Mrs. Hartley Lewis, Miss Margaret Farr, Mrs. William Ford, and, Mrs. Richard McLean
358 Illustrations: C.G.I.T. Executive, 1934
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360 Chapter XXIV : Sister churches
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363 Illustration: Dr. J.P. Treacy
364 Illustrations: James Clarke, Robert Booth, James Baggs, and, James Bowman
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367 Appendix One : Pastors serving Davenport Church and District, 1818-1935
368
369 Appendix Two : Recording Stewards ; Appendix Three : Mission Band
370 Illustration: Official Board of Davenport United Church, 1934
371 Appendix Four : Centenary Services
372
373 Appendix Five : Church Directory, 1934
374 Appendix Six : Biographies of Church Members, 1934
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380 Appendix VII : Sunday School Membership, 1934
381 Illustration: Teachers and Officers of the Sunday School, 1934
382 Illustrations: Beginner's Sunday School Class, and, Nursery department workers of Davenport United Church.
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385 Illustrations: Girl's primary class, and, Boy's primary class
386 Illustrations: Intermediate and Junior Girls: Groups A & B
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389 Illustrations: Intermediate and Junior Girls : Group C, and, Intermediate and Junior Girls and Boys
390 Illustrations: Intermediate and Junior Boys: Groups A & B
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393 Illustration: Delta Alpha class
394 Illustration: Tri Mu class
395 Appendix Eight : Bull and Royce military records
396 Appendix Nine : Davenport Church in the Great War
397 Illustrations: The Rangers' hockey team, and, Davenport Junior hockey team, 1922
398 Illustrations: Norman (Tubby) Carr, George Farr, and, Executive of the Young Men's and Boys' Work
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407 Illustrations: Some officers of the St. John Ambulance Association, and, Young Ladies' class, 1895-1906
408 Illustration: Delta Alpha class, 1908
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410 Illustration: Old Frame Meeting-House, York
411 Appendix Ten : Pioneer sermon headings
412 Illustration: Manuscript notes on sincerity
413 Glossary
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418 Bibliography
419 Illustrations: Rowntree homestead, and, Rowntree store
blank page
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428 Abbreviations
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431 Index of pictures
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447 Index of text
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468 [Notes on typeset, illustrations, paper, and binding of this volume]

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