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1. Report of the Committee on Arts and Sciences and Schools, of the Board of Assistants of the City Government of New York, on the subject of appropriating a portion of the School Money to Religious Societies, for the support of Schools. April 27, 1840. 2. The important and interesting debate on the claim of the Catholics to a portion of the Common School Fund, with the arguments of Counsel before the Board of Aldermen of the City of New York. Oct. 29 and 30, 1840.3. Report of the Special Committee, to whom was referred the petition of the Catholics relative to the distribution of the School Fund, together with the remonstrances against the same. January 11, 1841. 4. The Question—Will the Christian Religion be recognised as the basis of the system of public instruction in Massachusetts? discussed in four letters to Rev. Dr. Humphrey, President of Amherst College
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