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••„ • • • ,•••••• • - • • - would only advise as a matter of.piecaution that the llama should he left blank. The Literary Churchman at the same time feels touched by the good feeling evinced by the Union towards it; and, if the melancholy event should, in the course or years, hap
January 1, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
CHINA.

CHINA.

Tho Government Secretary at Calcutta telegraphs the following important intelligence :—" General Ashburnham was to leave China in the .Ava, and an attack on Canton was contemplated to take place in a few days after the steamer should have arrived from Aden, by the ifjcialta, the
January 1, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
postsrrtpt.

postsrrtpt.

A. series of Sunday evening sermons in Exeter Øslt to be conducted by dissenting ministers, wilt CO menc . e on Sunday evening _next, when the Brock will preach:—DailyTNews. - vice. The following have been nominated by the ' t Chancellor and Proctors of Oxford University as Prea
November 20, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
OTHO IS UNREAL 1 EARLY CELEBRATIONS. To the Editor of the "Union."

OTHO IS UNREAL 1 EARLY CELEBRATIONS. To the Editor of the "Union."

Sta—The charge of perpetrating unrealities in religion is one which is so serious that I hope, in spite of your general rule to exclude criticism on your leaders, you will allow me, as one amongst others against whom this charge is levelled, to demur to so much of the article in
November 20, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
20, 1557.1 Church, "in which (he remarked) all was so well &no ' e nd everything in such perfect order."

20, 1557.1 Church, "in which (he remarked) all was so well &no ' e nd everything in such perfect order."

The sermon ti n ded, the Holy Communion was celebrated, the choir b n ging the " Kyries," "Sanctus," and "Gloria in 42, xcelsis." The Rector entertained the Bishop, Mrs. Hamp„"n, and a large party of clergy and laity at luncheon; the afternoon was devoted to the children's feast
November 20, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

The latest advices from New York state that there was no relief in the money market. The Banks had not commenced to act upon any general plan, and the merchants having in the meantime heavy payments to make were compelled to resort to the brokers. The "hunger" demonstration cont
November 20, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
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November 20, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
Even those who have sorrowed the most deeply will be quite ready to admit that there has been a bright

Even those who have sorrowed the most deeply will be quite ready to admit that there has been a bright

as well as a dark day; and, if this has been the case with individuals, we shall not find it far otherwise with • the nation at large. As Catholic Christians, to whom have been awarded gifts denied to others, we cannot, in tracing out cause and effect, fail to perceive that the
December 24, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
PREFP.RMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS.

PREFP.RMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS.

Anderson - , it - v: T., to Perpetual Curacy of Seathwaite, Lan- cashire. Anderson, Rev. W. P., to the Vicarage of 'Mustard. Buckley, Rev. J. to the Rectory of Sand On. Burnett, Rev. J. C., to the Rectory of St. Michael's, Bath. Chamberlain, Rev. G. W., to the Incumbency of St.
December 24, 1857 - Union - London, London, England
 
BY THD BISIIOP OF LONDON.

BY THD BISIIOP OF LONDON.

Deacons—George Staunton Barrow, Pembroke, Oxford; Thomas Bates, New Inn Hall, Oxford ; William Lees Bell, Trinity, Dublin; Henry John Bergner, King's, London; Robert Henry Augustus Bradley, Merton, Oxford; Thomas Beaumont Burnaby, Christ's, Cambridge; John Polkingham Courtenay,
December 24, 1857 - Union - London, London, England