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Manuscript Releases, vol. 8 [Nos. 526-663], Page 249

MR No. 595—Avondale College 1894-1900

We have now reached an important time in the history of our school in Australia. We should find a more suitable location. As yet the providence of God has not opened the way for us to move from the city to a more favorable place. We are waiting, and watching, and working.—Manuscript 18, 1892, 6. (“Bought With a Price,” December, 1892.)

At last it is decided to locate the school at Morisset, or Dora Creek. [NSW] We feel sorry for the delay, but must accept this as one of the “all things” that work for good. My worry in regard to the school matter ended some time since. I am no longer on the anxious seat so far as that question is concerned.—Letter 26, 1894, p. 1. (To S. N. Haskell, November 22, 1894.)

In the dream you have heard me relate, words were spoken of land which I was looking at, and after deep ploughing and thorough cultivating, it brought forth a bountiful harvest.—Manuscript 35, 1894, 4. (To S. N. Haskell, August 27, 1894.)

The decision we have so long contemplated has been made in regard to the land we contemplate purchasing for the school. The tract comprises 1500 acres, which we obtain for about $4,500.—Letter 40, 1894, p. 1. (To Brother Jones, May 9, 1894.)

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