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Read before the Society Feb. 11, 1927.

Other titlesCollections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society. [1927?]
Statementby Edgar J. Vickery.
ContributionsNova Scotia Historical Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationpp. 155-173.
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16999034M

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Page 5 - Another testified that Richardson, or his under-farmers, usually write down ' the names of all the then communicants not householders, and att the tyme of writinge there names dow deliver them tokens, which in the tyme of the administracion of the sacrament,' they 'call for againe, to the end they may knowe whoe doe pay their Easter offeringes and whoe doe not.1/5(1). Feb 19,  · Only those instructed in the Reformed faith were given tokens for admission to the Lord's Supper, and no one without a token was then allowed to take communion. The use of tokens took deep root in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and was brought to colonial America along with other communion practices from the "old country.". Lester Burzinski's work, "Communion Tokens of the World" is the first extensively illustrated book on the series and is rapidly becoming the standard reference work, taking over from sinoppazari.comll's "Comprehensive Directory of World Communion Tokens"; apart from the one defect of not having a full cross-referencing concordance to the. Keepsake pocket token is a reminder of First Holy Communion, with chalice symbol on shimmering blue background and on the reverse side a First Holy Communion blessing prayer God is there beside you to hear you when you pray. He is there to bless you each and every day. '; in attractive gift sleeve with flocked backing. For boy or note: Not intended for children under 12 years 5/5(2).