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“The Bishop of Rome hath no jurisdiction in this realm of England.”—ART. XXXVII.
VOLUME XIX.--A.D. 1857.
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CONTEXTS OF VOL. XIX.
Page Addresses to the Bishops of Lon- Croly, Rev. Dr., Sermon by, Fifth don and Ripon
164 Aggression, Progress of Roman, &c. 18 Day of Humiliation, Letter to the American Legislation on the Sub- Bishop of London, by J. Lord, ject of Popery.
125 America, Convents in
the Royal Sympathy with English Proclamation for
129 Annual Meeting and Maynooth Ecclesiastical Appointments, Recent 1 College Question
122 Efforts to legalize the saying of Annual Report
“Masses for the Dead”
133 Appointments, Recent Ecclesiastical 1 England, Protestant Organization Association Protestant, Annual for the seven Northern Counties of 65 Meeting of 73 Exeter Hall Services, the
163 Bands, Sunday, Petition on 93 Foreign Priests and their Victims . 159 Bateman, James, Esq., Speech of, at Annual Meeting ....
73 Grants to Romish Industrial and Bavaria, the Roman Priesthood in 146
152 Belfast, Popish Riots at
Scripture Readers, &c., 129, 141 Berlin, Conferences at
138 Bible, the
57 Helps to Meditation
56 Bishops, Roman Catholic, in the Humiliation, Day of
137 British Dominions....
159 Idolatry abroad and at home 171 Books, Notices of
.122, 175 Brompton « Oratory," Address Indian Mutinies, Letter to the from Priest of.... 20 Bishop of London on..
125 Bunkley's, Miss, Book on America
· Day of Humiliaand Nunneries
5 tion, on
137 Bull, “ Unam Sanctam," Extracts
Reflections on ...
18 Intelligence..... 136, 141, 160, 176
Ireland, Established Church of..... 35 Christian and Economic Polity of a
to Scripture Nation, with special reference to Readers
146 Large Towns, by Dr. Chalmers . 50 Irish Church, Petition in favour of 41 Christianity and Mohammedanism, by Fenelon..
58 Ladies of the Reformation, Review Church Rates Abolition Bill, Peti. of.....
52 tion against
40 Lecture on Maynooth College at Church Rates Petition to the House Colchester
60 of Commons on......
91 Liberty, Religious, and the Berlin Clay, Sir W., M.P., and Church Conferences
35 Lodges, Orange, and the Magistracy 150 Colchester, Lecture on Maynooth London, Bishop of, Address of Vice
College, at, by J. Lord, Esq.... 60 Presidents and Committee of the Committee of the Protestant Asso
Protestant Association to
Letter to, on the Convent of Poor, Clures, Brussels. 57
Appointment of a Day of Humiliin America, by Miss Bunkley 5 ation, by J. Lord, Esq.
125 Conventual Institutions, Address
from Cardiff to the Queen, on ... 85 Malta, the Legislative Council and Cowan, Dr., Speech of, at Annual
100 Masses for the Dead, Efforts to Croly, Rer. Dr., Speech of, ditto... 105
Moncrieff, Rev. W. S., Speech of at Religious Liberty
and the Conscience of a Christian 115 Scottish Reformation Society, Re-
Saving Truths, Review of..
formatory Schools ............... 162 tion.......
SEPTEMBER 1, 1857.
THE INDIAN MUTINIES.—DAY disasters fallen upon us
FOR NATIONAL FAST AND those which, though, it may be, HUMILIATION. To the Right Hon. and Right of horror through every heart.
but half told, have sent a thrill Rev. the Lord Bishop of
We may busy ourselves in London.
tracing the causes of these My LORD Bishop,-Your let- disasters, in order to apply a ter to the clergy of your diocese, remedy—and rightly so ; but, and the Form of Prayer with while using all proper human which it was accompanied, en- agency, we must look higher title you to the heartfelt thanks than man, if we would be of serious-minded Christians, safely and honourably extriwhether lay or clerical.
cated from them. Possibly, Permit me, as a layman, had this principle been more thus to express my thanks for borne in mind, and more acted the course which you have so on, we should not have suffered promptly taken, and my hope the disasters we so much dethat, through your instrument- plore. ality, aided by others, some- Elated with prosperity unthing more than a diocesan exampled, and too confidently form of prayer may be used, and relying upon an arm of flesh, some course adopted more ade- we have been lulled into a quate to the emergency of the false security; and, owing to crisis, and the magnitude of some strange infatuation, have the interests involved in the ornitted to take those ordinary fearful struggle which has com- precautions which were essenmenced in a portion of our tial to secure a continuance of Indian possessions.
the advantages we had acNever, perhaps, since the quired. world began has there been an
Yet, while we endeavour to empire such as our own. Never, retrieve the errors and blunders during
connexion with of the past, let us not overIndia, of now more than a look the Controller of all century's duration, have such causes. Wisdom, and power, VOL. XIX. Sept. , 1857.
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