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   Lloyds Weekly Newspaper (Newspaper) - May 31, 1868, London, Middlesex                                CBY BLANCHAKD BEQISTERED FOR TUAN3MISSION LONDON MAY PRICE ONE STAMPED Tke debate which accompanied the second reading of OladBtoneaEstablished Church Ireland and winch got to an end in one the policy which the government is in the hope of get ting the work of the House of Commons de stroyed ia the House of The course Gladstone is pursuing is the straightforward one since he has found all kinds of misconstructions arid misapprehen sions to the propositions he had en deavoured to present to the house and the country in the most explicit The op position of the Liberal party to the govern ment Irish Church as originally pre sented to Parliament by the Earl of based on this meaning of they recommended the removal of anomalies ia by concurrent by means of public other endowed in addition to that which now This is a fair definition of the Irish Church Reform which Disraelis cabinet took up at the begin ning of tho It was met by the un compromising hostility of thereunited Liberal and by the condemnation of the great body of the The professed end of the government was to obtain religious equality in Ireland but wiser men than the ministers saw that the means stated by the Earl of Mayo would initiate a mischievous and highlydangerous state of New church endowments are not to the mind of this or any other free community of educated Gladstones ground is He is convinced that he is in the Asked for the reasons of his vigorous activity against and his haste to have something more definite than the best explained resolu tions to oppose to them at the General Elec he is and those who acl with believe that the attempt to foutic a variety of endowed churches for Ireland is a plan that would be found to be diametri cally and fundamentally opposed to the senti ment and conviction of the great mass of the population of Great Britain while on the part of the Roman catholics of form the great bulk of those whom it woulc be intended to a plan has been generally and emphatically See that the government method was re pugnant to the English people and to the Irish Roman in itsatisfied nobody and would settle nothing was a new torch of and not a calumet of the leader of the Opposition elected to oppose to it a policy consonant with the feelings oj i masses of hjs and agreeable ihe Irish who are the people im flediately concerned in the settlement of fog v Irish The Tories in order to keep which the Tories woulc and genera The majority which gave reason to resolutions was an im portant There were people who from its that the Liberal leadei sbonldbe satisfied with his But the position of in such a has its crave as well as its Gladstone was bound to from reso to a bill at The by their own had admitted th urgency of the case and he who had thwartec their plan for its was bound noi to in presenting his own in a form about Which there could be neither mistake nor FEvery member of the House of Commons adWiija that the Irish church must be dealt withat There are two plans before They have twice pronounced in favour of the njan and principle of the Opposition wherefore it is the Oppositions duty to dea with the urgent in the most explicit Hence Gladstones coupled with this thorough expression of the right honourable gentlemans intentions VVe finally abandon for Ireland the of a salaried or stipendiary whether that clergy be supposed to be main tained out of public funds voted by this or out of the property which is now given for ecclesiastical purposes in The division which followed upon this decla tration is the justification of the manly and course Gladstone has had the to and which he will continue the He has not al though he in clerical the best Abused man in the three His re buke to persons of great authority in the Church was received with loud I am Gladstone 4o find them so devoid faith in the reli principles they as to entertain tfte altogether idle and visionary apprehen sions that those who holdour faith reli gion in Ireland are not competent direct theirown religious and that the mo meutihose persons are released from they are to astonish the world by their pranks and caprices in Gladstone had reason to take excep tion the attitude assumed by the govern ment neither the speeches of the Pre mier Home Secretary in the opinion the in opposing the second of ihe after having accepted their defeat on the bill being their natural to be seeing the urgency of some action in Irish Church as admitted by both sides of the The second reso expressed the urgency of fur ther and left Gladstone no As he told the on the second reading of his which the government were oppo have after the passing of the would have been as well as The bill opens on a sea of in these reforms are not cruelly Regard is had for vested The members of the Irish establishment are not to be with no more ceremony than that which has been occasionally extended to peor Irish tenants by ruthless absentee The difficulties in the they are ijreat and not The sense of justioe and of right is in this country and justice is not to be neglected because it is difficult to The people will be more generous towards the members of the disestablished Irish Church than any representatives of vested interests have ever proved towards their humblest have net a vested in terest in more than the clothes which cover The second reading of Gladstones bill was carried by a majority ef 54 a house of 570 members and the committee is fixed for next The object of the supporters of the is to prevent the public the public and public scandal which will be caused by continuing to appoint new rectors to unnecessary new bishops to unnecessary with unnecessary in The Tories may manage to defeat the public and this public for the by throwing the measure out of the House of But even in this some good will have been done by the repre sentatives of the The sooner we knock at the door of the upper the sooner will it be Gladstones Bearing in mind the experience of his political Gladstone is quite determined to make his first knock this He has the people at his bis tbat music to wbose tone The common pulse of man keeps when be the dispersion of the rich alienchurch that rears its hard front amid the squalor of Ireland and claims tbat the holy work of justice shall be entered upon The government are divided among them The principles of Disraeli are not those of his Home Is Hardy to hold the standard or are there to be two Conservative with two at the General Election 1 THADE AND ttre accounts were published relating to the trade and ofthe United Kingdom for the month ended OB tbe 30th and for the four months ended alsoat the samedate valae of enumerated im ports in March last iris which aot only dhows a very considerable TetnmB aa increase jfa p0TJOGf value of exports inAMil last amounted to eras Jess than the declared value tie previous less than that of the corresponding month of shows an excess of over the returns for ABBEST OF THE A TRADES of bricklayers against the lies rales im posedby the Master association still con tinues week a number engaged through the Free labour association were brougtrl down from the pickets of the strike hands got hold of several of and induced them to break their In consequence the mastersassociation applied to the municipal autho and at a conference with the mayor and town clerk it was decided that the system of intimidation by picketing being illegal should be put As it was still continued police warrants were and on Wednesday afternoon they were the George of the Brick layers also the and two others being arrested at the Preston near The men were quietly smoking thejr pipes and drinking beer when and the affair cieated great astonish ment in the a large crowd being at tracted by the display of the police in strength to prevent any resistance to the The men were conveyed to the main bridewell aad locked the accused John Thomas and James werebrought before the Liverpool stipendiary charged with conspiring to restrain the freedom of trade and personal It having been arranged that the picketing system should be they were liberated on their own recognisances to appear that day A YotftSo Ellen a girl twelve years of daughter of a collier at was charged at the on with She has been known to the police for two years as an adroit pickpocket but only on one occasion has an offence been proved against and she was then discharged on account of her The offence which ledto her present apprehension was picking of a shop womans pocket in while being served with an orange for which she had She thus obtained a purse of and finding tbat the police were her she pawned some things belonging to her mother to add to her She purchased a Noahs and took train to Thence she was re mitted to Salford by the Glasgow On Thurs day the girl was sentenced to amonths imprison to be followed by fire years in a DIVORCE HEAVI case of Bland Bland and Stormont was concluded in the Divorce court on a mer married the respondent in and cohabited with her in Madras and at Cheshunt till The Corespondent was the medical attendant and an inti mate friend of the It was alleged that he had in both capacities to debauch the petitioners case rested almost entirely on the The respondent pleaded a cruelty and yet iut little evidence was1 given to make oof tijese jury OB Friday a moments found for the petitioner oft all the and assessed the damages at Decree with costs but the corespondent was stated to have become SCENE IN A at the Rochdale the vicar of Norden charged he with interrupting divineservice n the church on Sunday May The complainant stated that the defendant forcibly re moved two vases of flowers during the and look them out of the The defence was f hat Bawstron had a right to remove the Sowers as The bench being equally divided on the question of acquittal or coBvictjpnTlie case LLOYDS WEEKLY NEWS SCNBAT THIS MORNINGS THBOOGH BEUTKBS j Saturday The Correspondence Itatieane of this evening says We believe that the Italian government has re ceived satisfactory communications relative to the Tunis The agreement of the powers interested in this question henceforth appears THE THE Saturday The king received todsy Von Thorbecke in a private The publication of the list ef the new ministry is shortly Saturday The son of the viceroy and heir to the throne ef Egypt was decorated amid great with the Austrian order of the iron Saturday The pope is slightly Nnmerons emissaries have been recently despatch ed from Rome to enrol recruits for the pontifical A Spanish frigate of fortyseven guns has arrived at Civita where it remains at the disposal of the Duke of The Osservatore replying to the reports relative to the cause of Cardinal Andreas states that the autopsy of the body proved that death resulted from tubercular and serious disease of the membrane enveloping the DEPAETUEE OF ADMIRAL Saturday The United States frigate with Admiral Farragut on accompanied by her the sailed yesterday for THE PARIS Saturday The bourse has been Rentes closed at or lower than GREAT BATTLE IN May According to intelligence received a great battle has taken place between the Russians and is which tire former were The Emir of Bokhara was to have taken possession ol ATFAIKS J8 fiOQUlTTALOF TBS the senate court second and third President Johnaonni of secona arJSda t wjfljout authority of a letter of authority to aa secretary of war ad interii in violationof thetei with intent to violate it being no Vacanty in the WffiC8 o The third article allegi out authority of and tbe zo Thomas to act senate being in 1 office and there tetzrf of net as done with int to violate the On both thirtyfive vqfea pronounced the president guilty and nineteen not The without voting uponjfte other M tOur readers will bear in a majority of twothirds of the members is necessary to con vict the In a htrasebf flttyfour thirtysix yoteg would be As only thirtyfive voted t president is acquittedby a majority Stanton has resigfiM the secretaryship of and General Thomas is acting as secretary ad SUPPOSED MDSBEB AND mysterious occurrence has just come to light at about five miles from It appears that a young man named Adamson has recently been pay ing his addresses to a yonng woman named whose parents keep Adatnson was not successful in securing the approval of the elder nor did Miss Buttle afford him much en though she had not given him a posi tive On Sunday evening last they both at tended chapel at a village a mile and a half They were seen returning together on the banks of the but they never reached Adamsons hat was found on the banks of the not a long way from the ferry a search was and his body was recovered on Tuesday morning onlv a few yards from the place where his was No tidings of the young woman have been and there is too much reason to fear that the man first drowned the object of his and then committed SBMODS FISE AT Friday morn a fire broke out in the premisesof and boiler It was dis covered in one of the factories containing a number of partially finished boilers and other valuable pro perty owing to the comparative scarcity ef the efforts of the firemen were not effectual in preventing it from spreading to another building of the same size and These or which were 140 feet and of considerable were burnt and their contents THE DEBBY the immense crowds assembled along the road OB there were only fourteen charges at Lambeth police eourt oa Eight were oases of drunk and only one for picking At a gentleman was charged with ing pern at a but as be had been ia custody all night he was There were but few cases of pocketpicking and STRIKES rs Philadelphia Ledger of May is estimated that in New York city there are about of various callings on strike for higher Strikes are also sxpected in various parts of the the cause being not so much an excessive demand for ra the belief of ihe workmen that the wages they were receiving were not adequate tw support ASHTON batch of rioters who took part in tlje recent disturbances at Ashton nnderLyne were committed for trial by the Ashton magistrates on It probably be re garded as an indication of the impartiality of the ac tion of the policS that the same natober of Irishmen md of been committed for trial for complicity in the Ashton WBEOK OJ AHULL has beenreceived in Hull of the wreck of the paddle rteamer commanded by iJaptain be longing to Wells and Oa Saturday night she was leaving Boulogne fojHnll with a cargo of need ami and had got outeide the when the wreck of the brig Mary As the tide fell she became a total wreck TWPTiT T i ALLEGFJJ MURDER IN BETHNALG UN On Thnrejay Richards held BETHNALGREEN Richards held an in quest at the Windsor Castle PArmee publishes respecting the death of Anne report from Marshal Kiel to the dated the fortyeMit yeivs 20th confirming the excellence of thoChassei case elcited great interest in the in pot and incomparable qualities j consequence of its having been rumoured that tho assure to it tbe first rank among ihe arms of war now The report adds that the whole of French infantry are now armed with the Chasse The manufacture is actively carried on the mean daily number turned out last week was The France aaya that the Empress Eugenie proposes to make a journey to On Saturday evening a banquet took place at tho British embassy to cele brate the birthdayof Amongstthe of company were theDuke of some members of the and medical profes togethei with many of the resident English of Lord Lyons proposed the health of the was a semidisturbance at the school of medi cine on The students were bent on cheering one of the whose alleged mate rialism was last week the subject of a debate in the The police but the dean of the faculty ordered the gates of the building to be and told the police he would not them to arrest a single After some farther parleying the Serjeants dc ville and the studente escorted See cheering him all tbe Official Gazette contradicts ah ar ticle published by the Journal des Debate of the 21st in which stated that at the opening of the Customs in view of the possibility of the parliament overstepping the limits of its had declared that she desired the maintenance of the status quo in and would do all in her power to prevent it beins dis The Official Gazette that the English ambassador has never made any such In Thursdays sitting of the North German parlia all the paragraphs of the bill for the abolition of imprisonment for debt were including paragraph 2 in its amended It is now to the effect that tbe prescriptions of tbe law that authorise the arrest of a debtor to facilitate the commence ment or continuance of legal or for se curing doubtful execution upon the property of the remain A motion was made that the law should come into force upon its publication in the North German Official The parlia ment then adjourned over the Whitsun until the 4th emperor sanctioned on Monday tbe bills relative to civil and the emperor received on Monday afternoon the Austrian exhibitors who had received prizes at tbe late Paris In reply toanaddressof the emperor spoke in terms ot high praise of the merits of the Austrian and stated his firm re solution as to persevere un falteringly in the course upon which he bad entered for the solution of the high mission entrusted to his Tuesdays sitting of the lower house of the Hungarian the ministry brought in a bill settling the conditions of state The bills respecting the North Eastern railways were Negotiations are in progress with Prussia for the establishment of a Prussian consulate at Ifew Free Press asserts that the minis try has resolved to resign should the financial bills presented by Deputy Skene be The govern ment has also resolved to in poli tical meetings tending to as being in op position to tbe fundamental laws of the is understood that at the cabinet council held on at which the emperor it was re solved to abandon the propertytax to accede to the proposal of the minority of the budget committee for a tax of twenty per on all cou The proposal of the majority of the com mittee to reduce the interest on all state securities by twentyfive per was declared impossible for the government to ask his Majesty to betman of the Cos on assuming couuaand of the province of says the North Eastern Cor a confidential communication to his sub ordinates as to the methods which they were to employ to purge tbe country of tbe wholesomeeleinent which The formation of lists to not Qnly 01 persons compro mised to but likewise the names of those who aresuspected of sympathising with tbe socalled Polish or who affect to remain es tranged from the authorities the sui veillance of the suspected especially by thepeasantsand who are to he not only with but by for their spying the employment in any post office of an agent of are tbe methods recommended by General Potapoff to carry out the formally expressed will of his august master to extirpate from the country this hostile ele It is confidently asserted that the only daugh ter of the Emperor and Empress of llussia is to be affianced to the Crown Prince of Saxe now at The Grand Duchess Marie Alex androvina was born in and the Prince Charles Augustus of Saxe Weimar in The infant son of the Grand Duchess Marie Feodrowna nee Princess has been named and his name inscribed on the roll of the marines of the circular of tbe Italian ministry of war has just been annonncffig that all the soldiers and noncommissioned officers belonging to the category of whom the service tciminatc in the years 1868 and 1869 are to be sent to their This is regarded asthe forerunner of more important The force which it is proposed to sanc tion in the budget of the oiinistry of war for 1869 is distributed as sappers and administrative and companiesof ring a total for the regular army of When to these are added for the carbineer 589 veterans and and 407 in the military the entire force to Con says a Florence tbat of this ferce at least onethird must be employed in the southern the remainder notmuch more will certainly not supply the element for any very powerful contingent to either France or in the event of their going to Tuesday a welllinown brigand cousin of was sentenced to Manzi himself and the remainder of the band were sentenced to penal servitude for unfortunate woman had been left to die of starva after a dreadful injury had been inflicted on tho back of her wife of the gate porter at Bcth nalgrcen said that on Wednesday at twelve the deceased was brought to the gato in a She was insensible and dreadfully ema The only clothing she had on was an old Her hahwas and when witness caught hold of it she lifted it off the head in one The back of the head was very much swollen aaif she had been Her legs and shins were Her toenails were like the claws of a bird the bone was curled under the and sfie could not She was placed in a sick Adelaide paid nurse at Bethnalgrcen said that tlie whole back of the deceaseds head was and the worms crept out of tho She moaned Previous to death she had several She died on Mary Anne said that the deceased and her husband came to live in her house last Her husbands name was James She was well but a fort night ago she became She had an imbe cile daughter aged seventeen who was not able to assist herself That girl and her mother were left without She became so bad that witness was afraid she would die and sho sent for ihc parish Her husband had a son aged He used to go out at five in the morning and return at nine oclock at The husband usod to On Sunday the father and son They did not The same day the mother and daughter were taken to the On Wednesday the boy came with three bits of hard bread a week and I have brought fish and bread for ugh and I want fathers Witness Its too she is The deceased said that they neyei gave her anything but and she could not eat The daughter was there and she wanted The room was In answer to other questions the witness said that the boy refused to tell where his Thewoman got convulsions from The coroner adjourned the and told the police to discover the whereabouts of the ACTION FOE TEBBY This was an action tried in the Bail court on Thursday for seduction against the who is a lieutenant in tho 23rd royal Welsh The plaintiff ia a carrying on business at and his wife that of a mantna and the though technically brought for the loss of his daughters was in reality for her se duotioriby the She was about twenty years ot as is usual in these described by tbe counsel asa young lady of considerablepersonal attrac She bad been apprenticed to a draper in Can and afterwards she bad assisted her mother both in the management of her household affairs and in her In 1687 she entered the service of of as his head She there became acquainted with Lizzie a fellow having an acquaintance with an introduced the plaintiffs daughter to tbe The girls were in the habit of meet ing these gentlemen at night and walking with The plaintiffs case was that the defen dant paid his daughter considerable and told her that be loved her more than any female ho had ever and that he would marry In April two concert tickets were left at Wake hams shop for the two probably being he accompanied them to the concert but subsequently on it coming to his knowledge the tickets came from the defendant and hfc fellow he discharged immediately Miss Hal and the plaintiffs was indignant Ue and told Aliss Terry that he would remon strate with Wakeham for his Sho wont to the railway took a secondclass ticket for and got into the Defendant came up and induced her to get out of and get into a firstclass carriage with At Minster they bad to change andthen they OUTRAGE BT A DAUGHTER UPON HEE Rosina Carroll and Mary two young were charged at the Westminster policecourt with violently assaulting the mother of the whose face was dread fully disfigured and hand tied said that she had been most cruelly beaten by her daughter and the other girl last They besides the in juries she inflicted others which were not One of them had kicked her in the jaw and mocked two of her teeth Then you ihould not have taken ninepence and my I ladnot got a halfpenny left to go to market Carroll I tried to f policeman said that that was true in the first but after that ihe helped in the both said they iiad all been drinking together before they fell policeman said they were all affected by Selfe committed the defendant Canes for six ceke to bard labour and farroii to seven de empty firstclass and un er the promse defendant effected os w She returned she was delivered of a The tile father of that Miss Terry was called and deposed totheabovefftciS for the characterised it as a speculative and that the daughter had not correctly stated the reason why she left Wake The defendant denied that he had taken ad vantage of Miss Terry under any false mis or great A promise of if there had been must form the cause ot a separate and distinct Plaintiff first asked for or a week and all and after wards changed his terms to ot per snd nil expenses The jury ultimately returned a verdict tot the plaintiff EXTENSIVE SWINDLINGBTTHE BEISTOWE GANO AND THE Loire William who described himself as a retired Camherwell Samuel marine store Berniondscy and David who represented himself as n of wero charged on remand with being with others not in in obtaining a a and goeds of various worth and up from gentlemen and tradesmen in all parts of the under false Inspector G said that since the last examina tion he had been able to produce the carman wild delivered the goods to Barnes at Israels place of clearly showing their connection in defrauding Dobson of Brotherton oat of the 200 bundles of He had also as certained that Barnes and Morgan took a shop and parlour in under pre tence of opening it as dairymen and That shop had never been but they issued orders to all parts of the kingdom in reply to adver tisements in the country and three Inrgo hampers containing apples were sent to The landlady of the refused to givo them and the police were communicated On Barnes ho found a memorandum of tho three hampers directed to At Israels place wera found a a and other all of which had been obtained by the and in a few days he hppedto produce the parties who had been de frauded of Since the last examination witness had been to the shop in where he found twelve letters forwarded by post to provision They bore the post marks of Aberga Market and other Cole and in the employ of the Great Northern railway proved thede livery of the 200 bundles of willows to Barnes provision Dob of in identified them aa the willows he had sentnip to the order of Theprisoners were remanded toenablotwo clergymen and others to attend from the and from whom the and other pro perty had been obtained by the   

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