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PREFERMFNTS AND APPOINTMENTS. Cave, Rev. A. C. B„ Rector of Steensham, Worcestershire. Cavell, Rev. 11. T. to be Curate of St. James•s, Bath. Cornish, Rev. C. L., Vicar of Compton Dando, Somerset. Davidson, Rev. E., Principal of St. Patin Mission College, Dean-street, Soho. Denn
November 19, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
FEES.

FEES.

Every candidate at the junior examination will be reqiiirea to pay a fee of 151. Every candidate at the senior examination will be required to pay a fee of 80s. These fees must be paid on or before Saturday, the 21st of April, 1860. .T. E. SEWELL, Sec. Oxford, Delegates' Room, O
November 19, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE BISHOP OF SALISBURY ON THE REVISION OF THE PRAYER-BOOK

THE BISHOP OF SALISBURY ON THE REVISION OF THE PRAYER-BOOK

"It was a most refreshing event to my heart, that when Lord Ebury moved for a Commission, the Bishops were present in great numbers, and were unanimous in opposition to his motion."—Charge to his Clergy by Walter Kerr Hamilton, D.D., August, 1858, p. 53. (To the Editor of the Na
November 19, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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November 19, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
GERMANY.

GERMANY.

The following series of resolutions have just been made public in Berlin. They were passed at a meeting held at Eisenach, consisting of representatives from 21 of the States into which Germany is divided : "1. We see in the present political situation great dangers for the indep
September 10, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL STANDARD.

THE NATIONAL STANDARD.

frowning gateway, and down the picturesque oakgrown hill on which the Etruscans, after their fashion, placed their city; and Perugia was left to herself to meditate on the probable consequences of the step she had taken, and to manage her own affairs for herself as best she migh
September 10, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
VISITING TUTOR.

VISITING TUTOR.

AGRADUATE of Trinity College, Dublin, who can ;eve the highest testimonials of character and ability as a Teacher, is desirous of meeting with an engagement as Visiting Tutor to a gentleman's family in town or the vicinity. Ills course of Education embraces the Classics, Mathema
September 10, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL STANDARD

THE NATIONAL STANDARD

the living representative. According to letters from Italy the French Ambassador is endeavouring to persuade the POPE to make up his mind to the loss of the Legations —he would retain the direction of ecclesiastical and foreign affairs, and the provinces would look up to him as
September 10, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
10, 1859.] 9!r sainted Cummin ; and the dismantled castle, with its scattered fragments of huge masonry, skoivs that the

10, 1859.] 9!r sainted Cummin ; and the dismantled castle, with its scattered fragments of huge masonry, skoivs that the

fierce soldiers of Cromwell even here w.ere meet foot to foot in the death-gripe of un-. Pelding resistance. And the other era, which is our own, displays in blackest colours the scarcely less cruel conduct of Irish landlords—the peasant ro.t stands roofless and lone, whilst its
September 10, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Just published, in Bvo., price fkl nR.ITICAL REMARKS DE. MEWEEVRSTS, or DELEGATES' CHINESE VERSION Of the FIRST CRAPNER ' St

Just published, in Bvo., price fkl nR.ITICAL REMARKS DE. MEWEEVRSTS, or DELEGATES' CHINESE VERSION Of the FIRST CRAPNER ' St

JOHN'S GOSPEL, showing, by many instances of Erro- I,eous and Defective Renderings, a great Want of Fidelity to Original Greek, especially as contrasted with the Version ?lalorrison and Milne: also showing how the Word of God II defaced by the use of the Heathen name, SHAN-TE, f
September 10, 1859 - National Standard - London, London, England