Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 22,378 articles

11, 1858.] at police station s , an d cab stands ;" but, as he truly adds, "although his name

11, 1858.] at police station s , an d cab stands ;" but, as he truly adds, "although his name

is thus widely spread, it is but a name." Pew of the worshippers in the parish church, few of the thousands who dwell in that vast district, know or care to know anything of their Patron Saint. The church, with its infrequent celebrations and its cold services, tells men a sadde
June 11, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
gotirto to CorreOportbento.

gotirto to CorreOportbento.

to CorreOportbento. Received—J. F. S. G.—Archdeacon Denison.—Verax.—E, B. A. —W. D. C.—S. B. G.—Augustine C. S. C.—T. 11. Wilson.- 0. F.—A. L.—A. C.—J. 11. B.—S. N.—W. S. L.—A. Z.—J. W. —R. B. B. 41 Nemo "—Declined with thanks. Enough, we think, was said on the subject last week.
June 11, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
BY THE BISHOP OF BATH AND WELLS.

BY THE BISHOP OF BATH AND WELLS.

Deacons—O. Hammond, Emmanuel, Cambridge; J. R. B. Dawkins, Merton, Oxford ; E. T. Hoare, Gonville and Caius, Cambridge ; J. P. Sainsbury, Trinity, Dublin, and Theological Associate of King's College, London. Prietts—Reva. W. Arnold, Pembroke, Oxford J. J. Badeley, Corpus Christi
June 11, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
BY THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER.

BY THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER.

Deacons—H. Barnacle, S. John's, Cambridge; Honourable P. E. C. Byng, Christ Church, Oxford; J. Henn, London University; H. S. Hicks, S. Catherine's, Cambridge; B.Lambert, Brassnose, Oxford; W. T. Marriott, S. John's Cambridge. Prierts—Rovs. C. Campbell, Trinity, Cambridge; R. P.
June 11, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
IL LONDON, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1858.

IL LONDON, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1858.

out of the mouth of pollution itself, testimony which would be hooted out of any court of justice, did the Bishop proceed to cashier and deprive of his bread a "conscientious and upright" clergyman; and, not only so, but with a refinement of cruelty, proceed to cut him off from
July 16, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
QTAINED GLASS MEMORIALS —CIIARLES GIBBS, Sen., STAINED GLASS WORKS, 148, MARYLEBONE-ROAD, near Baker-street, London, N.W. (late 32, Allsop-terrace).—Established 1827. MEMORIAL

QTAINED GLASS MEMORIALS —CIIARLES GIBBS, Sen., STAINED GLASS WORKS, 148, MARYLEBONE-ROAD, near Baker-street, London, N.W. (late 32, Allsop-terrace).—Established 1827. MEMORIAL

and other WINDOWS, suited to the various styles of Ecclesiastical Architecture, can be obtained at the above address. Prices varying from 10s. per foot upwards. CHURCH TABLETS and SCRIPTURE TEXTS WRITTEN PLAIN or ILLUMINATED. ECCLESIASTICAL DECORATION in all its Bratiches. DESIG
July 16, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
TO GRADUATES 0 f OXFORD.' 1 in a School of High Standing in the neighbourhood , London, a SENIOR CLASSICAL

TO GRADUATES 0 f OXFORD.' 1 in a School of High Standing in the neighbourhood , London, a SENIOR CLASSICAL

MASTER, Resident or No resident, as may be arranged. Age from twenty-five to five. Classical Honours and proficiency required.—Address . 8., Mr. George ' Kingston, S. W. R P in Latin - PDUCATION in GERMANY Li THE-RHINE.—Mr. MORSBACII, Princip al °f - blishment at Bone, will be i
July 16, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
THE UNION. Vofitaript.

THE UNION. Vofitaript.

We learn by telegram from Aberdeen that the Synod convened for the trial of the Rev. Patrick Cheyne reassembled on Wednesday, when the Bishop of Aberdeen delivered judgment to the effect that Mr. Cheyne be "suspended till he renounce and purge himself from his erroneous teaching
August 6, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
Volaical alai 13er5onat

Volaical alai 13er5onat

We( Times) have great pleasure in announcing that, in partial recognition of his brilliant services in India, Sir Hugh Rose haa been appointed to the command of the 45th Regiment. _ _ _ An agreement has been concluded between the Treasury and the Red Sea Telegraph Company for th
August 6, 1858 - Union - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

The emancipation of the serfs gives rise in its progress to considerable alarm. Thirty-two Governments have now declared in its favour; but the nobles in most cases loudly proclaim that the loss occasioned thereby ought to fall on the Government and not on them. The most importa
August 6, 1858 - Union - London, London, England