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RANSOM NOTES

Have you made a note of Sunday, April 30? If not please do so now, and add 3 p.m. at Giltspur Street, opposite the Old Bailey.

As the clock of St. Sepulchre's Church strikes three, we shall start on the Tyburn Walk, so be punctual.

And let me once again urge everybody who who possibly can to start at the beginning and make the whole walk. Some, of course, cannot do so, but can only join en route.

Owing to war conditions I am sorry that this will only apply to London Catholics. In happier times, pilgrims came from other parts of the country, but will be unable to do so this year. So it is up to London Catholics to " be there," unless it is absolutely impossible.

Will any men willing to help in the devotions kindly meet me in Ely Place not later than 2.30 p.m.

Whether the weather Be foul or fair Be there!

JOHN H. F1LMER.




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