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Superfly fg nike phantom kids the officiating clergy included the vicar, the Rev C B S Gillings, who took the service; the Rev C E A Blackburn, vicar of Hensingham, who read the lesson; and the Rt Rev John William Diggle, the Bishop of Carlisle, who preached the sermon.
Present were the Mayor of Whitehaven, Alderman Joseph Braithwaite, and the Whitehaven corporation; the Coroner Mr Attar and the 18 members of the inquest jury: Arthur Anderson, builder,Wellington Row; George Alfred Bell, farmer, Hollins; James Bewick, retired engineman, Sandhills Lane; John Blenkinsop, retired master mariner, Church Street; Charles Brownrigg, tailor, Roper Street; John Colclough, draper, King Street; Joseph Dixon, cabinetmaker, LowtherStreet; Thomas Ellwood, pawnbroker, Senhouse Street; Richard Hartley, engineer, Lowther Street; Martin Hexham, retired blacksmith, Church Street; George Mitchell, tobacconist, Lowther Street; Peter O marine store dealer, Market Place; John Oldfield, shipbroker, Lowther Street; John Roan, saddler, Irish Street; John Wallace, retired boot and shoe dealer, Irish Street; Thomas Watson, Globe superfly fg Hotel; Robert Wilson, foreman plasterer, Cross Street, and Jonathon Young, builder, Bransty.
The general manager of the Whitehaven Colliery Company, Mr H M James and officials were also present. There were 212 seats occupied by relatives of the deceased colliers.
The Bishop took for his text I Corinthians, Chapter 15, verse 30: stand we in jeopardy every hour?
A calamity had shocked the world, he said, when the 136 men were taken. nike phantom kids It was wonderful and strange thing that upon hundreds of people who never knew of Whitehaven, sprang in a burst of sympathy to their assistance. Instantly upon the report of this great calamity, a throb of sympathy went through the length and breadth of the land.
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He said he had heard of one poor widow who superfly fg could not accept her husband would never return and for three weeks sad, lonely, aching weeks, bereft almost of her reason she had prepared her man daily meal, saying to herself that if he did nike phantom kids come back he would find his dinner ready.
now the last body of those 136 men and boys has been interred. Only three out of the whole number were unrecognisable; all the rest have been recognised. What may have happened in the minds and hearts of some of these men and boys, between the first great shock in the mine and the last exhalation of living breath, God only knows. But of this I am quite certain, that deep down in that mine in its fiery darkness, there was no soul that turned to God, but God turned in love to that soul.
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