The Ecclesiastical gazette, or, Monthly register of the affairs of the Church of England, Issue 11126, Volumes 21-22

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1859

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Page 166 - Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.
Page 29 - A most refreshing preparation for the complexion, dispelling the cloud of languor and relaxation, allaying all heat and irritability, and immediately affording the pleasing sensation attending restored elasticity and healthful state of the Skin. Freckles, Tan Spots, Pimples, Flushes, and Discoloration fly before its application, and give place to ,a healthy and clear complexion.
Page 117 - PRIZE," be awarded every two years to the author of the best Essay on some subject of Pure Mathematics, Astronomy, or other branch of Natural Philosophy. 2.
Page 31 - A History of the Book of Common Prayer, And other Authorized Books, from the Reformation; and an Attempt to ascertain how the Rubrics, Canons, and Customs of the Church have been understood and observed from the same time; with an Account of the State of Religion in England from 1640 to 1660. By the Rev. THOMAS LATHBUBY, MA Second Edition, with an Index. 8vo., cloth, 10s. 6d. Catechetical Lessons on the Book of Common Prayer.
Page 17 - And we think that this is a question of fact to be determined according to the circumstances of each particular case ; the rule in every case being that the amount must be ascertained as that at which a tenant might reasonably be expected to take from year to year.
Page 198 - That in every case of any clerk in holy orders of the United Church of England and Ireland, who may be charged with any offence against the laws ecclesiastical, or concerning whom there may exist scandal or evil report as having offended against the said laws...
Page 198 - that no criminal suit or proceeding against a clerk in holy orders for any offence against the laws ecclesiastical shall be instituted in any ecclesiastical court, otherwise" than according to the provisions of that act.
Page 81 - Scouring of the White Horse. Or, the Long Vacation Ramble of a London Clerk. By the Author of
Page 198 - That in every case of any clerk in holy orders of the United Church of England and Ireland, who may be charged with any offence against the laws ecclesiastical, or concerning whom there may exist scandal or evil report as having offended against the said laws, it shall be lawful for the Bishop of the diocese within which the offence is alleged or reported to have been committed, on the application of any party complaining thereof, or, if he shall think fit, of his own mere motion, to issue a Commission...

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