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A CRY FROM CLAPHAM.

A CRY FROM CLAPHAM.

-- --- To the Editor of the " Union." SIR—In the extension of the Catholic movement in the Church, how is it that we unfortunates in the neighbourhood of Clapham have been neglected ? Nearer than S. Paul's, Walworth, which is one-and-a-half or two miles distant, we have not a pl
March 14, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
DIOCESE OF EXETER.

DIOCESE OF EXETER.

To the Editor the " Union." Sin—Before I tell you something about the parish churches in Exeter, I will just copy a few lines of a letter which I received yesterday from a friend M that city. "You are aware, I think, that the celebration is frequently choral : well, our new Dean
March 14, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

The Pope gave what the telegram calls "a fitllenin reception" of the French Ambassador on Monday evening. It was followed by "a grand demonstration" in this wise :—"All the Cardinals, the entire personnet of the Papal Court, the members of the diplomatic body, the Roman nsbility
March 14, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
proved him right, and Lord Palmerston was fain to avow on behalf of his Government, when it succeeded to the

proved him right, and Lord Palmerston was fain to avow on behalf of his Government, when it succeeded to the

sugar plums of Downing-street, that its members meant to "walk in the path chalked out by their predecessors." If the promise has been broken there is nothing for it but to remember that it was a Whig promise, and Whig promises are things not of a very serious character, but rat
February 21, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
(A be continue- d) Literayp g§ummarp.

(A be continue- d) Literayp g§ummarp.

(A be continue - d) Literayp g§ummarp. We can give a hearty welcome to Mr. Shipley's edition . of Avrillon's Eucharistic Meditations (Masters). We have only Part I. at present, and we shall look anxiously for the completion of the book. Avrillon is a suffiCient guarantee for the
February 21, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE GOSPELS DENIED TO THE PEOPLE. To the Editor of the "Union."

THE GOSPELS DENIED TO THE PEOPLE. To the Editor of the "Union."

SIR—It may be interesting to some of your readers to learn, that a petition to the Bishop of Lincoln is being circulated in a portion of his diocese, the substance of which is to the effect given below.—Your obedient servant, Feb. 1862. _ _ PLEBS. - "We the undersigned parochial
February 21, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
locality in respect to the orderliness and general behaviour of the inhabitants. His object had been throughout to exhibit the

locality in respect to the orderliness and general behaviour of the inhabitants. His object had been throughout to exhibit the

Church to the people as their spiritual mother, and to show them that she was anxious to do her best to adapt herself to her children's wants. The Rev. Dr. Worthington, while sympathizing with the greater part of what had fallen from Mr. Rowsell's lips, believed that there was s
February 21, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
political anti Perocinat Beltvs.

political anti Perocinat Beltvs.

It is understood that Parliament will adjourn for the Easter recess on the 12th of April. The confinement of the Crown Princess of Prussia is expected to take place in the mouth of June. The Prince Consort Memorial Fund amounted on Wednesday evening to 42,000/. The British contr
March 28, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
Obituarp.

Obituarp.

On the 11th inst., of diphtheria, Hay Wallace Campbell, youngest child of the Rev. James Connell, vicar of Hammersmith, aged 5 years. Ori - the 19th inst., at Peperharow Parsonage, the Rev. L. 'W. Eliot, for 60 years rector of the parish. On the 20th inst., at 49, Upper Gower-st
March 28, 1862 - Union - London, London, England
 
Just published, 2d., or 50 for ss. PLAIN WORDS ABOUT SELF-EXAMINATION. With Rules and Questions for beginners, and a Short

Just published, 2d., or 50 for ss. PLAIN WORDS ABOUT SELF-EXAMINATION. With Rules and Questions for beginners, and a Short

Commentary on the Seven Deadly Sins. London: G. J. Palmer, 32, Little Queen-street, W.O
March 28, 1862 - Union - London, London, England