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Fry, Very Rev. Dean
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Wisdom learned by the British Empire from the mistaken policy of earlier days. The liberty of the Dominions. The ties of Commonwealth. The Crown as the symbol of the United Empire. The unique nature of the Commonwealth. The willing obligation of affection and tradition voluntarily accepted and faithfully fulfilled all round. Our common inheritance of literature, language, and law all as bonds that unite us. All these bonds the inheritance of great historical traditions, one being the English life embodied in stone. Some words on the speaker's cathedral, and on architecture. The history of the cathedral. Current financial problems. Monies needed to effect repairs.