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December 11, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Aloticts to Corresponbents%

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Eeceived J. If. (Poole), under consideration.—A. U. T. —Alpha.—A. W.—Thomas Floyd, Esq.—W. 11. N.—P. L W. H. —J. 0 —1). C. 0. A.—W. Taylor—A. G.—L. I),—J. 11. Plymouth)—S. Hutchinson (Dublin), Canon Me.l)unnell-11. 11. (Stoke Newington)—J. 1). C.—W. 11.—A. h. W.-1). N W.—T. W. W
January 29, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
and Co., Clot:kenwoll, tondcn,

and Co., Clot:kenwoll, tondcn,

TiTCLESIASTICAL EMBROIDERY , MESDAMES POWELL and BROWN beg to 51 Y,,,,, 4 execute all kinds of Embroideries for Ecclesiastical and that they keep a Large Stook of Materials in and other Stuffs; Laces and Fringes for Vestments, Fr' n '' !, t , 3 'longings, Pulpit, and other Cushi
January 29, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
[PEBRUARY 12, ISM

[PEBRUARY 12, ISM

- the iron grasp of the law ought, when freed liberated ; to 'have made itself felt in every per Scotland. Half the energy which we read t' the old priests of the Catholic Remainder bited, in order to keep their flocks together, . shall look in vain for in any efforts of their c
February 12, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE BISHOP OF BRECITIN.

THE BISHOP OF BRECITIN.

Tun following letter has been addressed by the Lord Bishop of Brechin to the Earl of Wemyss and March, as representing the laymen who have signed a memorial to the Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Scotland. The Earl of Morton, whose name appears first in the list of memorialis
February 12, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
[FEnnuAny 12,, ISSS.

[FEnnuAny 12,, ISSS.

February 12, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, FL. 9.

TUESDAY, FL. 9.

Mr. Bright took the oaths and his scat as member for Birmingham. The honourable gentleman on appearing at the table was welcomed with much ! I cheering. After an appeal from Lord Palmerston, and in spite of some remonstrances from Mr. Nowdegate, .Mr. T. Duncombe consented to pos
February 12, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
lirli6ttlialtratus gettis,

lirli6ttlialtratus gettis,

The East Kent and the Oxfordshire Militia, having been last. Friday drawn up on parade, and invited to volunteer into the regular army, three hundred men stepped out. A dinner is to be given to-morrow to Dr. Livingston, the African traveller, on the occasion of departure front t
February 12, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY ISSB. TO THE CLERGY. A. SCHOOLMASTER AND ORGA N Is open to an Engagement. Ten years' superior qualifications, can

FEBRUARY ISSB. TO THE CLERGY. A. SCHOOLMASTER AND ORGA N Is open to an Engagement. Ten years' superior qualifications, can

train Boys in Ecclesiastical Mu Plain-song, &a. Address :—C. H. care of Herbert Ellio t, 30, Swinton-street, Gray's lan Road. L IVAT E TUITION.—The Rector of a sma , parish pleasantly situate, and within half-a-mile of a way station, receives into his house two or threo Universi
February 12, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
of his own orders, and proclaim himself in the streets as having, by consecrating the Eucharist and absolving penitents, been

of his own orders, and proclaim himself in the streets as having, by consecrating the Eucharist and absolving penitents, been

guilty of a horrible juggle and counterfeit. Unlike most, he does not think it necessary to abuse his former profession as a test of his conversion. Indeed, one does not see why people should think it necessary to adopt a line which proves them in the eyes of the world to be eit
January 1, 1858 - Union - London, London, England