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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

thank our Friends for responding to our application concerning their unpaid subscriptions. It was necessary to urge a settlement of outstanding accounts, because the non-payment interfered with the new ‘rrongements of our Publisher. We are quite sure that no title snpporter of t
August 18, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
gspirit ol[ ihe I)Q5s. THE ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSION JOBBERY.

gspirit ol[ ihe I)Q5s. THE ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSION JOBBERY.

gspirit ihe THE ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSION JOBBERY. (From the Times.) can be surprised that the state of things revealed in the debate in the Ilouse of Lords on Thursday as regards the working of the Ecclesiastical Commission should lead to a check, and that the check should be Lo
August 18, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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famished children "get down thither and buy us corn ;" not as in the days of that Pharaoh, whose heart God hardened, and into whose palaces crept plague after plague "till the land stank ;" not as in the time when with a mighty band and an outstretched arm God led, by his servan
August 18, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
the ordinary height, short crops and death are the consequence. No wonder, then, that the untaught or mistaught peasant should

the ordinary height, short crops and death are the consequence. No wonder, then, that the untaught or mistaught peasant should

look to this perpetual source of fertility with a grateful wonder. The miracle of its continued and regular flow, of the fertile and inexhaustible deposit of mud, of the continued increase of the land and the yet con - tinned overflow has been discussed by learned men of all cou
August 18, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Dual and glilitarl ;#ntellime. THE NAVY.

Dual and glilitarl ;#ntellime. THE NAVY.

Dual and ;#ntellime. THE NAVY. Tux steam storeship Supply, having landed several cases of mosaic flooring and sculptured marbles excavated the Rev. Nathan Davis, of the British Museum, from the supposed ruins of ancient Carthage, near the Bay of Tunis, was hauled into basin at Wo
August 18, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
SEPT. 29, WO.]

SEPT. 29, WO.]

A despatch from Gaeta, dated 22nd inst., and published in Rome, asserts that the Neapolitans had beaten the Garibaldians at Capua, on the 19th and 21st inst. General Goyon has sent a detachment to Corneto. Another will leave to-morrow for Albano, on tho Neapolitan frontier. ROME
September 29, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Olootitsponditurit,

Olootitsponditurit,

While we invite our friends to contribute to our pages under this head,it must not be understood that we either endorse or aro responsible for the sentiments which we publish In this part of our Paper ; though we shall endeavour to exclude every sentiment morally or theologicall
September 29, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
{SET. 29, 1860.

{SET. 29, 1860.

THE ENGLISH EMIGRANTS; or, T rou bl es on Both Sides of the Atlantic. By PAUL BBTNEYS. o Publishing. Price 2s. and Oinnwism, SU, Strand, W.C., and ail.booksouers. " The her; of this intereitliwg, extraordinary, but professedly truthful tale is one 'Tiny Baxt.r.' whose life has b
September 29, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS OF PART I,

CONTENTS OF PART I,

Introduction—Rule of Faith—Alleged Corruptions and Inaccuracies, Bsc., of the Authorized Version—Tradition and Private Judgment—The Canon of Scripture—Reformers and the Reformation—The Fruit of Sanctity—The Pope's Supremacy— Chillingworth, Hooker, Usher, Laud, Wake, &c., misrepr
September 29, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Cloth, gilt, Is. ill., post free,

Cloth, gilt, Is. ill., post free,

VOYAGES. By UNCLE GEORGE . VESSELS and With numerous Illustrations. "Stirring stories and interesting incidents pleasantly pourtrayed and tastefully told." "The illustrations are good, and the aocompanying tales well selected, and narrated in a very attractive manner." London: W
September 29, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England