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Meetings were held, resolutions passed, and petitions signed, praying Her Majesty to rescind the obnoxious order of recall, and to reappoint Sir George Grey to the scene of his successful labours.The tidings "staggered and excited the country from one end to the other," wrote the Metropolitan of Cape Town to the Bishop of Oxford; and, to quote from the report of a member of the Cambridge Committee on the Oxford and Cambridge mission to Central Africa, "filled the minds of all interested in the missionary cause with dismay, and threatened the extinction of some of the most hopeful work ever yet undertaken in the colony." The Fingoes, after long deliberation, framed their prayer to thu Queen thus:— Oh, our Great Queen, graciously look upon us.

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After yesterday’s sold out success in Cape Town, Roxette did another show in the city tonight.

The difference in the set up was that now there was no standing area with golden circle possibility, but there were seats at the place where yesterday everyone was jumping and dancing without any disturbing chairs around.

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sudden news of the Governor's recall spread sorrow and dismay over every community in South Africa.

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We are like children who have a father in all things to preserve, feed, and help them." But to-day we are smitten with sorrow by hearing very heavy tidings, viz., that thou, our Great Queen, hast called home our chief, Sir George Grey.

To day our hearts weep: they are dead because of this. Having deprived us of our father, we are now orphans indeed." No, our Great Queen, don't throw us away.

This petition, typical of the general feeling of the colonists and their neighbours, was signed by Mr. The universal prayer of the people was that Sir George Grey might be re-appointed.