Bonds of the British Empire
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 19 Aug 1926, p. 199-206
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Bonds of the British Empire

The invisible but unbreakable bonds of the British Empire. What those bonds are. The bond of common blood. Keeping Canada supplied with British stock. The Church Settlement Scheme. The common homeland. What the British flag stands for. Our common flag, indicating that we are both standing for the ideals that have made England so great. A common, if not uniform, religious bond. Striving to minimize the waste of money and energy in Christendom by healing divisions within it. Increasing trade within the Empire. The bond of common sacrifice, with example.