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THE NEOLOGIAN HERESY.

THE NEOLOGIAN HERESY.

ONE difficulty suggests itself in connexion with Mr. nomination, and that is, the necessity there will be for a revised edition of the Prayer Book, for special use at Oxford Chapel. Our Reformers believed in the Divinity of CIIRIST, in the fact and need of a vicarious atonement
September 8, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

THE King and Queen of Saxony have arrived at Berlin on a visit. The Prince Regent proceeded on Wednesday to Wittenberg, to lay the first stone of the monument to be erected there to the memory of Melancthon. Stieber, the recently dismissed Director of Police, has been arrested,
April 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
TRAMS POLICE COURT.

TRAMS POLICE COURT.

Ow Friday, Mr. Simrs requested the attendance of Mr. Stoddart and Mr. Smith, solicitors, and, upon their arrival, said he had taken the liberty to send for them because he wished to make a few remarks in their presence relating to the late conviction of a man named William Dicke
April 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE PROTESTANT ALLIANCE.

THE PROTESTANT ALLIANCE.

Tax ninth annual meeting of this society was held on Wednesday evening at the Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen-street. The Earl of Shaftesbury presided, and amongst the gentlemen on the platform we noticed—Mr. C. H. Collette, Major C. Giberne, R. J. &tape, Dr. G. 11. Davis, Rev. S.
April 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
NEW PRINCIPLE IN IRQN SHIP BUILDING.

NEW PRINCIPLE IN IRQN SHIP BUILDING.

WE, briefly noticed in our last impression the novel construction applied by Mr. ROBERT TAYLERSON, of Port Glasgow, in the case of the fine iron clipper, the " Fanny Maud," the first vessel built by him on the " diagonal " principle, which he alleges to be the only principle cap
April 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF CASES.

NOTES OF CASES.

I have had applications for help from eleven females, fallen and other. Four of these I sent with letters to refuges. I have not seen them since. In each case I gave bread, or a trifle of money. I procured a situation for one poor girl, and decently clothed her. I have procured
April 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Rom. J. AD:btu.

Rom. J. AD:btu.

Rom. J. We entreat our Roman Catholic countrymen's attention to a tract entitled "The Old and the New Creed." The reverend lecturer was loudly cheered at the conclusion of the discourse by the audience, and highly complimented by is immediate friends on platform. rhe customary vo
April 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
NEW ORDER IN CHANCERY.

NEW ORDER IN CHANCERY.

J3ILLS, CLAIMS, and ANSWERS, in Accordance with the NEW ORDER IN CHANCERY, Neatly and xpeditiously Printed on the Best Paper and the First Style of Art, and delivered properly Stamped fur Filing for Service. J. 0. CLARKE, Legal and General Printer, 107, Dorset. street, Fleet-str
April 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Totutt Tirc,ular.

Totutt Tirc,ular.

Totutt ON Thursday afternoon the Queen held a Court at Buckingham Palace. Count Platen, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from his Majesty the king of Sweden and Norway, had an audience of the Queen, and delivered a letter from his sovereign. Her Serene Highness th
May 26, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STUDY OF NUDE MODELS. (To the Editor of the National Standard.)

THE STUDY OF NUDE MODELS. (To the Editor of the National Standard.)

Sric—A man in high station and in a high place, the other day is said to have derided the idea of withdrawing the national support of art employed iu models of the human form, alleging, amidst the laughter of his audience, that the theory which would forbid it ought to go a grea
May 26, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England