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The first of the All Saints buildings opened in 1855 and is the present vergerís cottage. 

The first Henry Hunter designed church in Hobart and built at a cost of three thousand eight hundred pounds the foundation stone was laid by the Governor, Sir Henry Fox Young in the presence of the Bishop of Tasmania, The Revd Francis Russel Nixon on the 2nd September 1858 

On the 18th August 1859 All Saints opened for worship under the care of Samuel Parsons. 

In 1862 a new aisle was added and in 1895 a vestry was built.










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