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FRIDAY.

FRIDAY.

"ESSAYS AND . REVIEWS." Lord HOUGHTON asked her Majesty's GoVern . ment whether they have taken or are willing to take the opinion of the law officers of the Crown as to the powers of the Convocation of the p rov i nce o f Canterbury to pass a synodical judgment on books written
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BILL,

BILL,

Sir W. HEATHCOTE, in moving the second reading, proceeded at some length to sketch the history of the Episcopal Church in Scotland until the year 1840, when these disabilities were relaxed. The remedy proposed by the bill was to repeal those disabilities, but as a precaution it
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. NEW.DEGATE AND THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS.

MR. NEW.DEGATE AND THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS.

MR. NEW . DEGATE AND THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS. The following letter from Mr. Newdegate appeared in the Standard : SIR,—I bog to present to you for reconsideration the conclusion of your leading article of to-day, on the occurrences of Friday last : • On this occasion the worst offe
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Just Published, Third Revised and, Cheap Edition Price, 10s. 6U, of OBSCURE DISEASES OF THE BRAIN AND MIND, by Forbes

Just Published, Third Revised and, Cheap Edition Price, 10s. 6U, of OBSCURE DISEASES OF THE BRAIN AND MIND, by Forbes

Winslow, M.D., D.C.L. Thie volume will widely extend Dr. Winslow's reputation as a shrewd obseiver, a philosophical writer, and a sound practical physician."—" Glasgow Medical Journal." Loudon : ROBT. 11ARDWICKE, 192, Piccadilly.
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

The Bengal Hurkaru of June 8 says :—There is little to record of political or general moment. We are glad to say that the practice of throwing dead bodies into the Hooghly has been discontinued, without any symptom of disaffection on the part of the Hindoos. The Burning GhAts ha
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LICENSES TO CURACIES.

LICENSES TO CURACIES.

By the Bishop of Winchester :—Revs. W. Bramston, to Titsey ; W. Tomkins, to Farnham; G. Clowes, to Christ Church, Surbiton ; R. P. Polly, to Mitcham; C. L. Harney, to Lingfield ; Hon. A. Brodrick, to Willesham ; H. F. B. Portman, to Farnham; J. Jane. to St. John, Richmond; F. H.
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DESIRABLE CHURCH PREFERMENT.—To be Sold, an ADVOWSON of a PARIsII, well situate l with excellent modern Residence, in the county

DESIRABLE CHURCH PREFERMENT.—To be Sold, an ADVOWSON of a PARIsII, well situate l with excellent modern Residence, in the county

of Norfolk, nine miles from the fashionable watering-place of Yarmouth. Income is upwaids of per annum, the present Incumbent being in 'Lis 71st year. For further particulars and price apply to Messrs. Cobbold and Yarington, solicitors, Ipswich; S. 1). Worship, solicitor, North
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GENER.A.L FUNERAL WAREHOUSE.—First-class and other Funerals conducted in the best style. Tariff moderate. Proprietors of the Improved Hearse. Messrs. GARSTIN,

GENER.A.L FUNERAL WAREHOUSE.—First-class and other Funerals conducted in the best style. Tariff moderate. Proprietors of the Improved Hearse. Messrs. GARSTIN,

W4beck-street (Corner of Wigmore-strect).
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The operations which had been begun in view of the projected reduction of the Austrian army have been suspended, and it is probable the reduction will not take place. A Viennese journal says, with regard to Austrian policy, that the action of the Italian Parliament, and whether
08 October 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England