English Independent, May 30, 1867

English Independent

May 30, 1867

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Issue date: Thursday, May 30, 1867

Pages available: 32

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1867 - 1879

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English Independent (Newspaper) - May 30, 1867, London, Middlesex THE ENGLISH INDEPENDENT Jfm THE PATRIOT AND BRITISH MAY PRICE 4d Stamped TOPICS OF THE LEADING Tory of the London Uni AfterDinner Eloquence on Chris tian Epsom Downs and Exeter The Fourth Kecent Works on tho Gospel Narra Brief Congregational SPECIAL A Country Minister on the Union Baptists and the Congregational The London Missionary The Memorial Sundayschool American HOUSEHOLD DENOMINATIONAL ECCLESIASTICAL HOME FOREIGN TTHE Reform Bill is as dangerous a subject for confident J affirmation as the It changes colour from one week day to another So completely that it is im possible to Relieve it is the same What it was this time last it is needless to say for since that time it has been striked of the fancy the figure of the county franchise has been reduced from to and the ghost of the compound alarmingly raised by DISRAELI on was finally laid on Yet the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER wishes to take credit for stability of purpose and unchangeable That was a little too He might change his Bill till there was left of the original but his name on the back of it but he should have Tested content without claiming the virtue of It was not pleasant to be told by BRIGHT that his Bill was now but a copy of the one which BRIGHT had himself prepared ten years and to accept nis cordial thanks for having given the country such a Badical inea sure but it was still less agreeable to listen to GLAD STONES slight review of the history of Eeformir arid the declarations of distinguished respecting during the last ten The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER opinions have we changed since last year It isnt worth while to inquire j after so many those only have any interest which he has since last Now come the redistribution with such a versatile it is useless to speculate what may or may not become of The Government proposal to commence morning sittings at this early period of the Session seems likelyita answer its purpose as far as the progress of is but will be destructive of the kqpjBaof all Members who have BiHs down for tite evening Having been hard at ii up seven it is hardly to be expected that will buckle to again at nine with a prospect of sitting outthe 6nthe very first evening there was a and much unpleasantness in It seems to have been the result of design rather than of and was managed by the zealous Protestants in order to pre vent farther progresswtth the Bill for repealing the siastical Titles There was a row about it when the House met again yesterday and DENMAN complained that VANCE had grossly abused the forms of the House by inducing Members to stay out of it while his Major moved the The Members thus impugned did not at all deny their share in the catastro but rather gloried in They held themselves per fectly justified in doing this or anything else to prevent the appointment of what tney considered a onesided committee on the Ecclesiastical Titles1 The Catho lics will quote this as another example of Protestant fair JEFFERSON DAVIS and HORACE GREELEY form an odd conjuncture yet the eminent Republican is one of the bondsmen under bail for the rebel GREELEY has been violently assailed for doing DAVIS this but it is the best way of solving a Not a man in the States would think of hanging DAVIS nor can he be kept in prison for He is bound over to appear and take his trial in November next but if he has the good sense to take himself off out of the country where nobody wants to hear his name and to hide himself in merited the probability is that the prosecution will be allowed to The Southern recalcitrants take nothing by their motions before the Supreme The application for injunction from Georgia wnicn was so surei fcl succeed has been dismissed on the ground of no jurisdiction though the petition from Mississippi has been amended with a cunning hand to bring it within the powers of the we shall not be surprised to hear that it also has finally The negroes at New and other cities of the South are growing Complaint is made that at Richmond they have a fancy for showing their equality by walking four and five thereby com polling the unfortunate white trash they may meet to take the They have also a habit of congregating on the street and talking loudly and offensively It is certainly very wrong in the black trash to behave themselves and very annoying to the whites who used to flog them it is hot particularly surprising that the finding their turn come at should swagger a If they do nothing worse than this their complainants will have a great deal of sympathy bestowed on But it is said that the negroes are talking of and here and there they have showni a disposition to resist the con stituted authorities they and much mischief who will be to blame These poor fellows have been kept in gross ignorance by those who owned them for many and what a fearful reckoning they may have against their former masters those masters themselves can best It may be very well indeed for the South that it is still in the military keeping of the though if theVnegroes are feirly and kindly dealt with there is no reason to believe that they will be found dangerous or They have already shown how they can for Jiear and The news of the capture of MAXIMILIAN in the city of Queretaro by JUAREZ and his troops on the 15th of May Sin all probability It is not likely that he jdl come to any though the latest telegram from New York says that JUAREZ had ordered both the EMPEROR and his officers to be The United States Government had told JUAREZ to spare his and the Captani of the Mexican liberals knows the importance of kejeping well with the Cabinet at It is moral support thathe really owes his and it lies vrcth them who shall be and what future form of government ibr If MAXIMILIAN does lose his tlie blow will be felt most heavily at Jie Who instigated this Austrian Prin to the daughter of a European ani the most exalted honours in the br of the old to undertake the desperate founding an empire amongst the halfbreeds ;