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HOME MISSIONS. To the Editor of the " Union."

HOME MISSIONS. To the Editor of the " Union."

SIR—In the article on "Home Missions" which appeared in your paperon the 10th of May, I find the following paragraph :—" But if Churchmen, profiting by the warning of the past, will strive to multiply such centres of action as the Wellclose-square Mission, and will wait the ripe
July 19, 1861 - Union - London, London, England
 
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July 19, 1861 - Union - London, London, England
 
[JANuAny 8, 1858.

[JANuAny 8, 1858.

'n his senses, ever looked upon Alexander Jolly, Carlo Borromeo, or Thomas Wilson, as the "average reprosentative " of their respeCtive churches and periods. Still less would any but an escaped lunatic go "into the wilderness" to see splendour of ritual in a Church just escaped
January 8, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
CHURCH PATRONAGE.

CHURCH PATRONAGE.

THE following memorial, now in of Fjgnature, been sent to us for publication : _ _ To his Grace the Arehltighop qf Canterbury and the Right Reverend the Bishops Convocation assembled.— " We, the undersigned clergy and laity of the Church of England, with till dutiful submission
January 8, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE GUILT)_ OF S. JAMES, lIA.TOITAIf.

THE GUILT)_ OF S. JAMES, lIA.TOITAIf.

• have much pleasure in giving publicity to the following document, setting forth the Constitution and flutes of the Guild of S. James, recently established in the parish of Ilateliam : Tic Constitution of the Guild of S. James. oldees of the Guild aro To assist the parish pries
January 8, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
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December 4, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE UNION

THE UNION

had not yet decided what game they play; and, probably, they are waiting to see whether it he wisest to sacrifice Lord Canning or stand by him. But, if Ministers are dumb, the spiritual director of Lord Palmerston has spoken out. Lord Shaftesbury is extremely voluble, but not ve
November 6, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Court anb Vtrsonat 0,635.

Court anb Vtrsonat 0,635.

The visitors at Windsor Castle during the week have included their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Kent, and Princess Mary ; the Lord Chancellor ' th e Belgian Minister, Lord Palmerston, Mr. Vernon Smith, Lady Mary Hood, and Mr. Baillie. A Privy Council was held at the Castle on
November 6, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
BELGIUM.

BELGIUM.

On Saturday afternoon the members of the Belgian Cabinet placed their reeiguations in the hands of the [NOVEMBEI King. His .------- s Majesty said he would consider the On m atter. .... ay M. Henri de Brouckerc' the Liberal leader, was summoned to the Chateau de Lacken, and was
November 6, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Eittrature.

Eittrature.

4- jus IV. and the Book of Common Prayer. ir,P,rinted from "Notes and Queries" with Ad- Notes. By E. C. Harington, k il aneellor of the Cathedral Church of Exeter, e• London: Rivingtons. tic'e." in terest has been lately excited in the pies,indicated by the title of the above pa
October 30, 1857 - Union - London, London, England