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pirit of the pte.ss. THE ROMISII PRIESTHOOD.

pirit of the pte.ss. THE ROMISII PRIESTHOOD.

pirit of the pte . ss. THE ROMISII PRIESTHOOD. (Funs the Times.) WE certainly could wish for ourselves and our readers an occupation less painful and less Monotonous than that of perpetually recurring to the same subject; but, if the Roman Catholic priesthood will persist in scur
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Your obedient servant,

Your obedient servant,

V. 11. PETERS. Hardield house, Exeter, January 10, 1860. "VEXED QUESTIONS." (To the Editor of Me National Standard.) beg to express my sense of the Christian wisdom displayed in the article on "Vexed Questions" in your last paper. You appear to me to have adopted a very judiciou
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE CIIRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY.

THE CIIRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY.

THE following letter has appeared in the Record addressed to the editor:— Sir,—Publie attention has lately been called to some very questionable proceedings of the Christian Knowledge Society relative to Church matters "over the border." But I have a question to ask that comes n
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
294 agitation injurious to the country, should be settled. Lord J. MANNERS concurred in the opinion of Sir J. Trelawny,

294 agitation injurious to the country, should be settled. Lord J. MANNERS concurred in the opinion of Sir J. Trelawny,

that the bill ought to be sent up to the House of Lords, but for a different reason, as he wag quite convinced that the bill would there receive its legitimate and merited quietus. With regard to some amendments which Sir G. Grey had put on the paper, he said they would make the
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
ft Blititaim and (plug Zntelligny. THE ARM-.

ft Blititaim and (plug Zntelligny. THE ARM-.

ft Blititaim and ( plug Zntelligny. THE ARM-. General Sir George Brown, G.C.8., will leave London on Saturday morning for Dublin, to assume his duties as General Commanding the Forces in Ireland, in succession to General Lord Seaton, G.C.B.
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
OUR FACTORIES.

OUR FACTORIES.

WORK grinding, destructive work —is the characteristic of England, —to an extent unknown in any other country. But it is a mistake to suppose that such labour is confined to the lower classes, although the Legislature can deal with them alone, in reference to the practical quest
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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March 17, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND,

SCOTLAND,

THE L TE SIR JAMES ArGRIGOR.- An obelisk to the memory of the late Sir James M'Grigor has just been erected at Aberdeen, in the quadrange of Marischal College, within the venerable walls of which building the deceased baronet was educated. This testimony of respect to his memory
March 17, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England