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TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE EDITOR.

SrR, —ln your issue of Saturday last it was stated that the Bishop of Chester says "that the confessional has never been sanctioned by the Church of England since the Reformation." . . IN ill you allow me to say _that the Bishop does not say so, but the exact opposite After spea
November 6, 1873 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BREAKFAST TABLE. VISCOUNT FALKLAND.

THE BREAKFAST TABLE. VISCOUNT FALKLAND.

If the celebrating the memory of eminent and extraordinary persons ? and traasmitting their great virtues for the imihtton of posterity, be one of the principal ends and duties of history, it will not be thought impertinent in this place to remember a which no time will suffer t
November 6, 1873 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
4EXT of KIN.—A DESCRIPTIVE INDEX (of 20,000 names) to advertisements for Next of Kin, Chan- tteirs, Legatees, &c. from 1,700,

4EXT of KIN.—A DESCRIPTIVE INDEX (of 20,000 names) to advertisements for Next of Kin, Chan- tteirs, Legatees, &c. from 1,700,

2s. Sti., by P. 0. order. Itt 4 jess, W. CULLIIEIt, 17, Southamptou-buildings, Chancery•NZtl‘ondon, W.C.
November 6, 1873 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
...I. This edition is posted at 6 p.m., and should be delivered br early post to-morrow morning. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Subscribers

...I. This edition is posted at 6 p.m., and should be delivered br early post to-morrow morning. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Subscribers

are earnestly requested to send their names an addresses written in imitation of printing, and where possibler to subscribe for at least one month, in w hich case their newspapers will be sent in printed wrappers, which materially lessen the chances of irregular, or non-delivery
November 6, 1873 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
1 4 / "1,10 44 4 44 L. G, NOVEMBER 6, 1873. ; what is it but a map of

1 4 / "1,10 44 4 44 L. G, NOVEMBER 6, 1873. ; what is it but a map of

bus/ tst concerns V' —CowrEs.
November 6, 1873 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ITALY AND THE UNITED

ITALY AND THE UNITED

STATES. ROME, AtrausT 21. Negotiations continue between the representatives of the United States and Italy with regard to the proposed convention for the exchange of money orders between the two countries. The convention will only come into force in the beginning of 1876. It is
August 23, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE COLLISION WITH HER MAJESTY'S YACHT. INQUEST HELD . THIS DAY. '- • A (BY TELEGRAPH.)

THE COLLISION WITH HER MAJESTY'S YACHT. INQUEST HELD . THIS DAY. '- • A (BY TELEGRAPH.)

PORTSMOUTH, MONDAY. The adjourned inquiry on the bodies of Miss Ann Peel and 'Captain Stokes, whose death resulted from the collision of the schooner yacht Mistletoe with the Royal yicht Alberta, was opened to-day at Gosport Polioe-conrt, before Mr. E. J. Farmed, county coroner.
August 23, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
GARDENING' OPERATIONS. (From the Gardener's Magazine.)

GARDENING' OPERATIONS. (From the Gardener's Magazine.)

KITCHEN OAEDEN Bring up arrears as quickly as possible. If not airoadj done, let no time be lost before the cauliflowers and lettuce to stand over the winter 4n frames are sown& The Walcheren is the best cauliflower, and brown Bath cos and hardy Hammersmith cabbage the best vari
August 23, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

INSPECTION OF THE SERAPIS BY TEE PRINCE OF WALES. The Prince and Princess of Wales will crow the Solent from Osborne at about two to-day. Their Royal Highnesses will go over the Serapis and leave the dockyard by special train at 3.50 for Victoria, where they are timed to arrive
August 13, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SESSION. (From The Times.)

THE SESSION. (From The Times.)

• Public confidence in the Government has, perhaps, been in some degree shaken by their conduct of business, but their Parliamentary strength is still unimpaired. In the, two most questionable proceedings of the Session, it happened that the Ministerial majority was reinforced b
August 13, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England