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'JESUITS LAUGH IN FLEET STREET

" The Press and the reporters are largely under the control of the Jesuits. In 1912 between seventy and eighty per cent. of the editors and newspaper reporters of Britain were not only Roman Catholics, but Irish Roman Catholics, and if they were that in 1912 what must they be now? . ."

So said the Rev. John P. MacQueen, of London. at a special meeting of the Synod of the Free Presbyterian Church to consider the petition of one, Miss Jeannie Grant, to be restored to full membership of the Church.

The Rev. Mr. MacQueen moved that the meeting be held in private, so as to exclude these Jesuitical reporters.




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