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Eiteraturt.

Eiteraturt.

A Letter to the Lord Bishop of London on Confession and Absolution with Special Reference to the Case of Rev. Alfred Poole. By the Hon. and Rev. Robert Liddell, M.A. ; Perpetual Curate of S. Paul's, Knightsbridge, and S. Barnabas, Pimlico. London: J. T. Hayes, Lyallplace, Eaton-
September 17, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
spoken of, and that which is now endeavoured to be set up amongst us, under the name of the Confessional.

spoken of, and that which is now endeavoured to be set up amongst us, under the name of the Confessional.

If any clergyman BO preaches to his people as to lead them to suppose that the proper and authorised way of a sinner's reconciliation with God is through Confession tots priest, and by receiving priestly Absolution—if he leads them to believe (E use the illustration I have found
November 19, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
Inc Union. LONDON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19.

Inc Union. LONDON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19.

We are not in the least surprised at the Bishop of London's Charge : it is what must have been expected from him. In many ways it is prai:tical as a Charge ought to be. Wo cannot, however, be expected to hold with his lordship in those passages in which he deliberately and cooll
November 19, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

We gave last week a telegram announcing that the King, in opening the Portuguese Chambers at Lisbon, had alluded in his speech to the affair of the Charles et Georges. The following is the language used by his Majesty : " Our amicable relations with our allies' have not been int
November 19, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
the proceeding of my Government, relieving it of the responsibility it was forced to incur." TURICEY:

the proceeding of my Government, relieving it of the responsibility it was forced to incur." TURICEY:

The postscript of a letter received in Paris from Constantinople of the 3rd inst. announces that the Montenegro affair has been terminated according to the wish expressed by the French Government, on condition, however, that an indemnity shall be paid by the Montenegrins to the
November 19, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
LONDON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1858.

LONDON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1858.

NUMBER 104. 1 VOLUME 111. THOUGHTS FOR THE TIMES.—No. I. PEw of our readers, who know in the least the rmnd of the age we live in, will find fault with us for saying that our days arc days of great interest : rather we should say that those who think deeply and seriously will bo
December 24, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE PARISH OP STOKE NEWINGTON.

THE PARISH OP STOKE NEWINGTON.

To the Editor of the" Union." SIR—I was glad to observe in your last number an Intimation of the want of another church at Stoke Newington. There can I conceive be little, if any, question on the part of those who are acquainted with the neighbourhood, that. an ecclesiastical di
December 24, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE UNION. CASE OF THE REV, P. CHEYNE. [From the Record.]

THE UNION. CASE OF THE REV, P. CHEYNE. [From the Record.]

ON Friday, the 10th inst., we gave a bare narrative of facts in the ease of the Rev. P. Cheyne, who has recently been 'suspended from the ministry by the Bishops of the Scotch Episcopal Church. We beg ;to offer our readers a few remarks on the whole of the proceedings. Thp actio
December 24, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
THEOLOGICAL CONSISTENCY.

THEOLOGICAL CONSISTENCY.

ENGLAND is under great and undoubted obligations to the Wordsworth family. This all allow, and the English Churchman takes care to remind us of it on all occasions, until, from sheer disgust, we feel inclined to resent the infliction, and indignantly enquire what they have ever
November 26, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
CONSECRATION, OR OPENING, OP RE-BUILT CHURCHES.

CONSECRATION, OR OPENING, OP RE-BUILT CHURCHES.

To the Editor of the " Union." Stn—As I think the Union is the best publication for obtaining a good opinion upon this case, will you oblige by printing as follows ? An old chapel-of-ease in a midland county was lately demolished, and an entirely new one erected. Even the old fo
November 26, 1858 - Union - London, London, England