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- Edition: November 3rd 1882 November 3rd 1882
be a commodious and sightly building, as well as a convenience to the local
The old church at Camerton, although it is a picturesque embodiment of
country history, is practically inaccessible in winter time, and the new building
was imperatively needed.
There are few districts where church work is more vigorously conducted than
in Seaton; and the church, which will be opened very shortly, can scarcely
fail to give an impetus to an already active religious effort.
It is stated that the Bishop of Carlisle will open and consecrate the