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she Zrartarian press.

she Zrartarian press.

TIIE Union ingeniously attempts to transfer the blame of the Sunday tumults in St. George'sin-the-East to the Bishop of London. it says : " There is no advantage to be gained by laying the origin of the riots to the door of any individual, although the public taste and convenien
February 18, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
OBSOLETE ROMISII ACTS OF PARLIAMENT.

OBSOLETE ROMISII ACTS OF PARLIAMENT.

(To the Editor of the National Standard.) SIR,—It has been asserted, ex cathedra, that the Act of Queen Mary is unrepealed and still in force; and it is not impossible that penalties under that Act may be at this time pressing upon some foolish and erring individual. I am not im
February 18, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
TIIE PUSEYITES AT CHRISTMAS.

TIIE PUSEYITES AT CHRISTMAS.

The Puseyites at Christmas keep the season in a style as nearly approaching to their Roman Catholic brethren as possible. Their churches they decorate with the greatest profusion, their idea of the "Beauty of Holiness" being plenty of evergreens, an abundance of crosses, and as
January 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
pirit of the plefis. THE LATE LORD MACAULAY.

pirit of the plefis. THE LATE LORD MACAULAY.

(From the 1 1 imes) We are shocked by the sudden loss of one of the most illustrious of our countrymen. Lord Macaulay is dead. The teeming brain stored with such an immensity of knowledge, acquired by the unintermitting labour of so many studious years, will throb no more with t
January 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On the 27th Dec., at the College, Brighton, the wife of the Rev. J. Griffith, of a daughter. On the 28th Dec., at Broughton, Northants, the wife of the Rev. Alfred H. Carey, of a daughter. On the 28th Dec., at Whitburn, the wife of the Rev. J. Langton Clarke, of a daughter. On t
January 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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January 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANT ORGANIZATION IN PARLIAMENT.

PROTESTANT ORGANIZATION IN PARLIAMENT.

THE Speech of our beloved QUEEN has opened a new Session, and the members of our great legislative assembly are coming up from all parts of the United Kingdom to take their plapes in the House to which the many constituencies have sent them. They come from the several counties;
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
DENMARK.

DENMARK.

A COPENHAGEN letter of the 19th says that there had been no further disturbances there, but that on the previous day the Government, having learned that a number of evil-disposed persons intended to renew the rioting, ordered the troops to be prepared to act, anti that ball-cart
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE SPECIAL SERVICES AND PRAYER- MEETINGS.

THE SPECIAL SERVICES AND PRAYER- MEETINGS.

Sr. PAUL'B.—On Sunday evening the fourth of the now series of special services took place under the dome. The vast area was densely crowded by an attentive congregation, of whom a large proportion appeared to be artisans. Full choral service was performed, and the preacher was t
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England