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PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. Bowden, Rev. C. E., Curate of Wyre and Throckmorton, Worcestershire. Cuppage, Rev. Robert Jackson, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin, to St. John's Episcopal Church, Glasgow. Daye, Rev. T. T., Curate of St. Clement's, Bristol. Francis, Rev. R. J., Recto
March 24, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
ORDINATIONS.

ORDINATIONS.

L AT an ordination held by the Archbishop of CANTKR. BURT, the following gentlemen were admitted into holy orders:— Deacons.-14. B. Beatson, Corpus Christi, Cambridge; T. L. N. Causton, St. John's, Cambridge; T. Davidson, Corpus Christi, Cambridge; A. M. Dean, Emmanuel, Cambridg
March 24, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

Tun squadron °Oared to assemble at Spithead for the purpose of oonvoYing Ills Hoyal Highness the l'rince of wates across the Atlantic, on his visit to Canada, will consist of the Hero, 91, screw, 600-horse power, Capt. George H. Seymour, who will hoist his broad pendant as Commo
March 24, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

THE regulations in reference to the issue of the new paper currency have been published by the Government. The notes will be of five, ten, twenty, fifty, hundred, and thousand rupees, and the issue will be effected through Commissioners of the Bank of England. The convertibility
April 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
CEIURCII MISSIONARY SOCIETY. (Monthly Paper for April.) SELECTIONS FROM PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE.

CEIURCII MISSIONARY SOCIETY. (Monthly Paper for April.) SELECTIONS FROM PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE.

COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE.—TUESDAY, FEB. 21.—Three candidates were accepted as students at the Society's College, Islington, on the usual probation of six months. A recent journal, by the Rev. 11. W. Shackell, read to Lite 0 ---:ttep, detailin g i ns t ances of i the striking
April 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
GOOD FRIDAY.

GOOD FRIDAY.

WE bless GOD that this day is observed in England with much religious solemnity, but without the superstitious appendages which Popery has annexed to it. It is a very remarkable thing, ' concerning that false religion, that the more the Cross—as a visible object—has been elevate
April 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
TWO PENNY-WORTII of ACCOUNT-KEEPING tor TWO PENCE. Just Published, No. 1, DEING a Concise Example of SINGLE and JD DOUBLE

TWO PENNY-WORTII of ACCOUNT-KEEPING tor TWO PENCE. Just Published, No. 1, DEING a Concise Example of SINGLE and JD DOUBLE

ENTRY Combined. By an ACCOUNTANT. There is more In the ' Fool's Tuppenny' than the WOrld wota or."—OLD PLAY. hold by the principal City Booksellem and Stationers, and by the Author (A. 0.), 35, k-street, Cheapside, E.C.-13y Loot Threepence.
April 7, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Pititaitg and -gaunt 3ittelliyncy4 TIIE NAVY.

Pititaitg and -gaunt 3ittelliyncy4 TIIE NAVY.

and - gaunt 3ittelliyncy4 TIIE NAVY. TUE Forte, 51, screw steamer, Capt. E. Turnout, beating the flag of Rear-Admiral Sir H. Keppell, K.C.8., left Spithead on Saturday, under all plain sail, by the Needles passage, for the Cape of Good Hope, calling in Plymouth Sound. . The Perse
May 5, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
ghe Abuthets,

ghe Abuthets,

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. THE flow of gold into the Bank of England, of which a further quantity (z 80,000 was received on Wednesday, strengthened the impression that the iiiinimum rate of discount will be reduced. The recovery on the Paris Bourse has likewise created
May 5, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
established two years since for granting annuities to the blind. The School for the Indigent Blind is in St. George's-road,

established two years since for granting annuities to the blind. The School for the Indigent Blind is in St. George's-road,

Southwark; and it is the means of clothing, educating, and feeding nearly 200 blind people. The concert seems to have been very successful. All the performers, excepts ing the conductors, had been pupils of the institution, and in many instances the music was sung with astonishi
June 9, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England