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THE UNION.

THE UNION.

tion related to the publication of reports of cases before the magistrate; and the court laid it down as law that newspapers are entitled to publish bona fide and accurate reports of proceedings before the magistrates in criminal cases where summary jurisdiction is to be exercis
June 11, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
R 81 In THE OF LONDON AND MR. POOLE. . 4 readers and the public have now before them_ lrl

R 81 In THE OF LONDON AND MR. POOLE. . 4 readers and the public have now before them_ lrl

correspondence between Mr. Poole the Bishop of London, which ended in the i tr ! r iissal of the former from his curacy; the reso-04 ef communicants of S. Barnabas con- Cy en that dismissal, with their rejoinder to inconsistent, and disingenuous lette r 4 ishep in reply t o th o
July 16, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
S. MARY'S, STOKE NEWINGTON. To the Editor of the " Union."

S. MARY'S, STOKE NEWINGTON. To the Editor of the " Union."

Sin —An additional fact ought to be known, with regard to what you stated in your notices to correspondents last week, about Mr. Jackson having discontinued the Daily Services at S. Mary's, Stoke Newington, on his appointment to that church. There is an endowment of 20/. or 30/.
July 16, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
gotictO to orreOponbents.

gotictO to orreOponbents.

Received—Anglo Catholicus—T. s.—Tr. B.—T. D. Rev. J. C.—Canterbury—Londinensts—Pancras—A. B. 8.- -L. —M. G. L. —E. K.— A Gospel Minister Orthodox, E. B. 11.—G. W.—J. N. B.—R. B. —W. D. C.—An Anglican Tourist—A Saoristan—Catholicus—ll. B.—P. B.—L, If. J.— W. M. Christianus—Pranoi
August 6, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
PREFERMENTS AND APPONTMENTS. v

PREFERMENTS AND APPONTMENTS. v

Chappol, Rev. W. P., to Camborne Itactory, Cornwall. Davidson, Rev. E., to S. Peter's Curacy, Maidstone. Davis, Rev. F., to Woburn Curacy, Bucks. Dawkins, Rev. .J. A., to Farmington Rectory, Gloucestershire. Derenzy, Rev. J., to Clashmoro Curacy, diocese of Lismore Evans, Rev. G
August 6, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
The Lord Chancellor explained to the house the more important provisions of the proposed New Bankruptcy Law. After a few

The Lord Chancellor explained to the house the more important provisions of the proposed New Bankruptcy Law. After a few

observations from Lords Campbell and, Cranworth the bill was read a first time. The Consolidated Fund Approbation Bill was road a third time and passed. The Clerk at the table reported that the Commons agreed to the Lords' amendments in the Local Government Bill ; that the Commo
August 6, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

The Giornale di Ronza gives on the whole a favourable account of the Roman finances. The budget for 1858 shows a revenue of 14,662,088 scudi, to meet an expenditure of 14,520,022 scudi—thus exhibiting a surplus of 142,066 scudi. The customs have greatly increased, and a consider
July 9, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
NEW CONSERVATIVE NEWSPAPER.

NEW CONSERVATIVE NEWSPAPER.

THE CONSTITUTIONAL PRESS is now the only Woekly Exponent of tho Policy of Lord Derby's Administration, appealing directly to tho cordial support of the great Conservative Party. It is also essentially the Clergyman's Newspaper, it having been resolved to devote its best energies
May 7, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
A CHEAP CHURCH PRESS.

A CHEAP CHURCH PRESS.

WE believe the High Church party to have lost no small amount of influence which they might otherwise have possessed through being too " charitable " towards those by whom their principles arc opposed. Let our opponents say what they will, there has been no energetic party in th
May 14, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
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ful. It is by no means bound to the canon law, and it would have been the simpler and bolder course to treat these unions as civil contracts only. As in the parallel case of marriages of adulterers, the wiser course would have been to separate the civil from the religious sancti
May 14, 1858 - Union - London, London, England