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Bull, From Strachan to Owen
Bull, Wm. Perkins, From Strachan to Owen : how the Church of England was planted and tended in British North America , Toronto : The Perkins Bull Foundation, George J. McLeod Ltd., 1938.

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1 [Series title page]
2 Other works by Wm. Perkins Bull
Frontispiece Illustration: William Perkins Bull
Title page [Title page]
5 [Copyright statement]
6 [Dedication]
Facing 8 Illustration: Mrs. Bartle Bull
Facing 9 Illustration: Churchmen who assisted the author
9 Table of contents
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13 Author's foreword
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22 Foreword to second edition
23 By way of introduction
24 Illustration: Prelate and plutocrats
25 Prologue
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Facing 32 Illustration: Bishops associated with Peel
Facing 33 Illustration: Widely known Peel Rectors
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39 Chapter 1 : For church and King
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Facing 48 Illustration: The River Credit, near York, 1796
Facing 49 Illustration: Peel people at large
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51 Chapter II : All Protestant denominations
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Facing 64 Illustration: Cherry Hill & the Silverthorns
Facing 65 Illustration: Brig.-Gen. The Hon. T. L. Kennedy -- his kith & kin
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68 Chapter III : The power and the glory
69 Illustration: Cornwall Grammar School
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Facing 80 Illustrations: How time treated Bishop Strachan and Bishop Strachan's funeral
Facing 81 Illustration: Strachan's letter introducing Bethune to Springfield
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90 Chapter IV : Brothers in arms
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Facing 96 Illustration: In Dixie land
Facing 97 Illustration: At St. John's Dixie
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Facing 104 Illustration: Log house
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107 Chapter V : Two men and a township
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Facing 112 Illustration: At Erindale
Facing 113 Illustrations: The log house and Upper Canada College reception
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117 Illustration: General Peter Adamson's crest
118 Chapter VI : The pot boils
119 Illustration: Moulded horn butter-paddle
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Facing 128 Illustrations: Rev. Adam Elliot, Rev. R. L. Osler, Rev. Thos. Phillips and Rev. Geo. S. J. Hill
Facing 129 Illustration: Around Tullamore
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132 Illustration: Anglican subscriptions to Methodist College
133 Chapter VII : Toil untrumpeted
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138 Illustration: Women demonstrating use of old-fashioned open-air oven
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142 Illustration: Bull's-eye lantern
143 Chapter VIII : The gospel among the destitute
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Facing 144 Illustration: On the northern outskirts of Peel
Facing 145 Illustrations: St. John's Mono Mills, & some Rectors
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150 Illustration: Travelling in the bush
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154 Chapter IX : Conflict on the Credit
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Facing 160 Illustration: Dinner at Erindale, 1837
Facing 161 Illustration: St. Peter's Erindale
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167 Chapter X : An Osler to the rescue
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Facing 168 Illustration: A Caledon kitchen in 1837
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183 Chapter XI : Solomon of Streetsville
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Facing 184 Illustrations: Streetsville Church & people
Facing 185 Illustrations: Folk of Christ Church, Brampton
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Facing 192 Illustrations: Dixie Union Chapel and Octagonal Schoolhouse, Dixie
Facing 193 Illustration: Seating plan, St. Peter's Erindale
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Facing 200 Illustration: Around Mono Mills
Facing 201 Illustrations: The Fletcher family, and some Castlemore friends
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208 Chapter XIII : Rolling stones on the Credit
Facing 208 Illustrations: A Lake Shore Road family
Facing 209 Illustrations: In southern Peel
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218 Chapter XIV : The friendly north
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Facing 224 Illustrations: In Albion Township & Hard By
Facing 225 Illustrations: Three generations of Brackens
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Facing 240 Illustrations: In the Gore of Toronto
Facing 241 Illustrations: Clergy & church folk of St. Mary's Tullamore
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Facing 256 Illustrations: The Church in Brampton
Facing 257 Illustrations: Christ Church folk, Brampton
257 Chapter XVII : Confederation and the county town
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Facing 264 Illustration: Reaping in Peel County
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Facing 272 Illustrations: Corkett homes and people
Facing 273 Illustrations: Taylor pioneers and some descendants
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Facing 288 Illustrations: Around Bolton, and First Sunday School, Campbell's Cross
Facing 289 Illustrations: Northern Peel Rectors & churches
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Facing 296 Illustrations: From Malton to Claireville
Facing 297 Illustrations: Atholl Brae, Stave Bank Rd., Pt. Credit, and Adamson Home
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Facing 304 Illustration: Anniversary at St. Alban's Palgrave addressed by the author
Facing 305 Illustrations: Some Peel Rectors known farther afield
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Facing 320 Illustration: The Primate
Facing 321 Illustration: The Rev. Canon R. W. Allen
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Facing 324 Illustration: Trinity Choir, Streetsville, Easter, 1913
Facing 325 Illustrations: The old Schrieber home, and St. James's Grahamsville
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Facing 332 Illustrations: Along the Lake Shore Road
Facing 333 Illustrations: "The Castle", Brampton, and The Charters family
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Facing 352 Illustration: Church map of Peel
Facing 353 Illustration: Map showing military grants & clergy reserves
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Facing 384 Illustration: "My heart's in the Highlands"
Facing 385 Illustration: H. M. Queen Victoria landing at Aberdeen in 1848
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388 Appendix I : Peel clergymen
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398 Supplement to appendix : Clergyment connected with Peel
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401 Appendix II : State papers pertaining to the Church of England in Upper Canada
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434 Bibliography
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