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TIIE UNION

TIIE UNION

spiritual Christianity, and is sufficiently indicated by the fact of not a single book of Meditations, properly so called, existing (so far as we are aware), in the whole range of Protestant devotional literature. We have made these prefatory remarks, not in disparagement, but i
May 8, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Alisrtriantoti Prill

Alisrtriantoti Prill

The monthly meeting of the Archteological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland was held Friday afternoon in Suffolk-street, Pall-mall. The first subject brought before the notice of the meeting was the discovery of several curious paintings on some woodwork in a church- near t
May 8, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
A LITERAL TRANSLATION of the NEW TESTAMENT; or, Definite Rules of Translation, with an English Version of the same. In

A LITERAL TRANSLATION of the NEW TESTAMENT; or, Definite Rules of Translation, with an English Version of the same. In

Nine Parts. By HERMAN HEINFETTER. Author of "Rules for Ascertaining the Sense conveyed in Ancient Greek Manuscripts." Craddock and Co., 48, Paternoster-row; and J. Bumpus, 158, Oxford-street.
May 1, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
SHORT SERVICES. To the Editor of the " U

SHORT SERVICES. To the Editor of the " U

SlR—Without . cOmraitting myself.to drly approval of . . _ the proceedings of the Principal of the • A Feint& Scho.3l" at ,York, I would venture to stigge4 that any authorised abridgment of the Alattiu anti, Vesper set - vices of the English. Prayer Book is a great advantage I c
June 12, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Emptriat Varitanunt. HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, JUNE 5.

Emptriat Varitanunt. HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, JUNE 5.

The Princess Royal's Annuity Bill and the Ministers' Money (Ireland) Bill were read a first time. The Probate and Letters of Administration Bill was read a third time and passed, after an appeal made by Lord Donoughmore to the Lord Chancellor to reconsider the claim of the Proct
June 12, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE IN GERMANY.

THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE IN GERMANY.

As the much-talked-of meeting of the Pseudo- Evangelical Alliance is now being holden at Berlin, it seems opportune to enquire what it is that has made this Associationwhich, under what semblance or pretence it matters not, is making such a determined inroad upon all the establi
September 11, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Now ready, price Penny, or 12 copies for Sixpence, AN EXAMEN OF CONSCIENCE, being a PREPARATION for CONFESSION. Arranged by

Now ready, price Penny, or 12 copies for Sixpence, AN EXAMEN OF CONSCIENCE, being a PREPARATION for CONFESSION. Arranged by

A CLERGYMAN OF THE gSTABLISHED CHURCH, London: W. E. Painter and Sons, Union Office, 342, Strand; and all booksellers.
September 11, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Lately published, foolscap Bvo., price 5 5., rimiE SENTENCE Qf KAMES ; and other J. POEMS. By upNity N. OXNEIAM,

Lately published, foolscap Bvo., price 5 5., rimiE SENTENCE Qf KAMES ; and other J. POEMS. By upNity N. OXNEIAM,

M.A., late Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford. "Under a somewhat obscure title Mr. Oxenham has presented us with a volume rich in poetical imagery, truthful in religious feeling, vividly recalling the glowing tints of Faber's earlier muse,"—Xenbkr. "Gives indications of genius."
September 11, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
. sed ourselves in the centre compartment of a newly-built and decorated carriage in the centre of the nine o'clock

. sed ourselves in the centre compartment of a newly-built and decorated carriage in the centre of the nine o'clock

North-Western Express. Punctually did the train begin to move at that hour, and nobly did the steam-courser perform its duty. Within two hours we were at Rugby —a distance of eighty-two Miles without a halt; —a longer continuous run than has ever before, we believe, been accompl
September 4, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
GUILD OF S. ALBAN. To the Editor of the " Union."

GUILD OF S. ALBAN. To the Editor of the " Union."

Sin-1 am glad that your cotirespondent "C." has called attention to the Erastian element in the Guild of S. Alban. I can confirm the greater part of what ho has said ; and am very sorry that a Guild profess. jug to be Catholic should act in such a manner. The following-out of su
July 23, 1858 - Union - London, London, England