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Church Intelligencer (Newspaper) - February 15, 1843, London, Middlesex THE CHURCH THE CHURCH OF THE LIVING THE PILLAR AND GROUND OF THE FEBRUARY PRICE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION TO THE CHURCH INTELLI for the including theexponceof ihe Title and Index in an extra number or Payable in But if on credit The terms for half a are half of either of the above Every order received will be considered valid for not less than six months and the paper will be regularly sent and charged until all arrears be The safest and best way of sending subscriptions to the paper is by a Post office order made payable to the Editor of The Church at The General Post All papers ordered directly from the office will be regularly forwarded by and if any mistake it shall be immediately But we are not respon sible when the paper is ordered of other but if newsagents or refuse to supply the paper promptly and the name of the London newsagent had better be sent immediately to and we will set the matter or the order had better be at once transferred to and then the papers will be regularly All communications whatever respecting the to be To the Editor of The Church Southampton TITLES OR respectfully request that all our Correspondents will always have the kindness to prefix titles to the Communications which they send us for Any or Papers of any kind which may be worth registering in these pages for present use or future and which may escape our we shall be glad to most confidentially or otherwise as the parties may Subscribers and Clergymen generally may have letters or parcels addressed to and preserved for them at our Clergymen are also welcome to make use of the office with the room connected with it as a place for meeting for writing or for any other purposes for which the office may be RECEIVED communications from A Catholic Presbyter Rusticus A Leicestershire Rector A Priest of the Church of England Jatoralis Veritas Uni formis Catholicus Transforthanus Pres byter Quinquagintas suggestion has been repeatedly under consideration but if it were adopted at it should be quite full and and then it would occupy more space than it would be We shall be glad to receive the correspondence alluded to by the whose request shall be attended A correspondent enquires whether a Perpetual Curate can legally claim dilapidations the same as a Rector or Vicar Our good friend should have prepared and sent us a letter or an article on the subject to which he Having directed so much at tention to he is better able than most people to write upon A Country Clergyman enquires for informa tion as to the best mode of teaching the adult to Received of the Bush one sovereign for Kemper Fort United Litoraliss proffered comparison of the Scotch we shall be glad to without pledging ourselves to its A Lieutenant of the Royal naturally asks why the Prayer Book is never re commended for private use in instead of OIT ELS WCll VfcM Wt n f recommended as well the numerous forms of prayer often and to which he thinks it infinitely We think it infinitely superior and see no reason why parts of theMorning and Evening Services in As to a probability of our ever having a uniform book of we see and are sometimes strongly inclined to think as far as it concerns hymns for public the best uniformity would be to burn to a cinder all the hymn and whim books now in and to be contented with the Prayer Book We we somewhere about six different Hymn which we have purchased for use in and should now buy a different which is used in our present but we will buy no And it is but seldom that we sing them in churches where they are for they are either of dissenting or contain false or there is something else about them that we do not The Parliamentary debate on the motion of Nichol for leave to bring in a Bill for reforming the Ecclesiastical Courts is unavoidably deferred to our when we hope to give it in Several communications and other matter must stand over till next page line after Established read of the Lower before 1 20 read LORD Sir Robert and other within the last presented to Parliament a number of petitions against the sacri legious project of the Ecclesiastical Commission for vir tually destroying one of the ancient Bishoprics of North The University of Oxford has sent a petition to the but not one to the House of it because the Duke of the Chancellor of has intimated his disap proval of any opposition to the despoliatory recom mendation of the Ecclesiastical But what if his Grace should move for a commission set aside the present regiment of the University of assume its management The autho rities would we be up in arms against their Chancellors project and why not parably much rather petition not only against this recommendation of this Erastian but against the root of all this Ecclesias tical Commission which has usurped the powers of which alone Canon 139 de clares is the true Church of England by repre sentation We that the Clergy in every part of the country will exert themselves strenuously in petitioning against the destruction of this not doubting that Government will readily yield to the pressure from if they find it as strong as it may and ought to THE correspondence which has taken place be tween Campbell and and which be found in another in reference to the pro ceedings at the late meeting at Cheltenham of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel is con clusive enough as it regards In common with everybody we could not at first believe that Campbell could thus have acted and consequently we as will be what we could in his with the view of softening the outcry raised against We that he has so completely lost himself and more than he is now actually delivering a we of controversial quite of the tie cord in his at We need say no but to hope that he will be in stantly relieved of his Secretaryship to a Society which has hitherto set up none but the Church standard by which to try her and must not now be perverted to factious and party anfc of anto on Jfjurcf SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN Lincolns Inn The LORD BISHOP OF SODOR AND MAN in the At the General Meeting of the held on the 7th of the following report from the Standing Committee was read The Standing Committee have the painful duty to discharge of reporting to the Society the death of its the William which has occurred since the last Meeting and they antici pate from the feelings of the Board an unanimous concurrence in the sentiments expressed in the fol lowing which they beg to That this having received from the Standing Committee the report of the death of the senior the William record with deep regret the loss of one who was a warm and attached friend to this and rendered it the most faithful and devoted service for a period of thirtytwo They do not dwell on the many excellent qualities belonged to his private and which can be best appreciated by his bereaved But they are desirous of express ing the high estimation in which he was held for the Zealand the punctuality and the accurate knowledge of the principles and prac tice of the the and aiuglenew of the prudenceand and the uniform kindness and courtesy with which he per formed the duties devolving upon him in his office of And they desire that thie resolution may stand ou the minutes as a tribute of respect to his and grateful acknowledgment of Ma It was agreed That this Resolution be and that his Grace the Archbishop of President of the be respect fully requested to subscribe his name to a copy of to be forwarded to the family of the late lamented His Graces entire concurrence in the feelings ex pressed in the Resolution was communicated to the It was moved by the That it be referred to the Standing Committee to consider and recommend the arrangements and appointments which it may be expedient to in consequence of the death of the This was seconded by the and agreed The Lord Bishop stated from the that the Standing Committee would probably not deem it expedient to recommend a new appointment in the Secretaries The following letter was read from the Lord Bishop of dated You will see that I have now expended within a very few pounds the so liberally placed by the Society at my and how the balance mentioned by ray last letter on this subject has been I have given towards the erection of a Church at for the Teloogoo congrega tion at that now under pastoral superin tendence of the William It may perhaps be remembered that my account to the Society for Propagation oftfte in Foreign of a confirmation held aWepevy the poor Teloogoos petitioned roe to give them a
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