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Christian Times (Newspaper) - October 20, 1854, London, Middlesex October 20, 1854. The Christian times. 567 Sci soul no ifs is period Tomii so Vii j cars. Now Ici Viii aside Sill controversy Iii chill your attention to tic fast an Well Ami clearly put in tic in ice which Hen that this cause possesses a Nio to sput Aldu claim on Trio. Ii crazily of All Coli Lite cd Cin Istia ii men. Tic Pronio Jion of education secular and Reli Lious you All believe to to essential to the it training of the Poi be of this country education carried on on a system of most Porf eci Freedom with out any Trammel assist Uco. No one. , double to e a Lueveney of the Corr up National Board of Ivlue Alion with my Friend i in. Samuel i Voiley i residing Over it nor does any one i Sciuto the Execl levee of lion Merton Coll Eric avid the. Eminent Lutali fixations of the i Aeed at its head. On Ilise grounds thu Refore i Appeal to you to Ujj Ivo your assistance As ministers As Deacon As Ixon Lomen As christians to tic Uhichi has Cea presented Ber re Iii so c Early and so forcibly. The the importance of judicious Insp Etious of schools As tending to Enco Ira Eboli the. Leae Liers and the scholars in to Weir work. . I. Ii. Ila can of Newcastle Covili Rcd View of the matter by a ruler circe to lads. Tiie Liev. A g. . V,.i\., of Ash a under Lyne referred to the remuneration Ujj Ivcic to schoolmasters and the temptation thereby no acted to Able men. l i acc tie selves. When the i Vered to More Lue Ratic . Wiil happily Intel Leenal labour was the worst paid labour in this count in. I lie Kev. F. W. Vosi Market the item. J. W. . Massic the Llev. David Ioir of Toth Loury the it a. Dolin Claydon and the c Nair Ina ii also a tie meeting on the Var Ioir Ali ass of the i ingestion when the a solicit Ion was adj item. And the is closed with Praver i v tic Rev. 1. In Lien of Veitii. The dinner a i held in lie , at Donkin s i Ridge hotel lip a ticket . W. A .\11 ecu Jwied the chair and sever a interesting speeches were made by Gilill Erent members of the Urdon. Ill inc a Velinir a Inlet Injo was held in Sumlor Laius on behalf of i Iii Sli Mission at which . Dames spider l resided at Nowc Sale a Nie Clin was held on Belnich of tie con Sci Atio Siul 15o. d Diu Ati ii and a Nigel Iii on behalf of the con re National Juil Dinar so Eieta at North so items. Set ritual a x1 1tu n of tiie min u ids. A meet ii a held on the a . In tic con pc nation in Library St Cir Linabary to take into consideration i in spiritual condition of the metro midis As revealed by the census return. J he Patli Crin was Larj a Many of the most ministers and laymen in and around the Mctroy Lis. The chair was taken by Suni Iel Alor Lcy is i. The i eve. Me sri. Harrison and Kirkus liar Iii successively implored the divine bless Iii and guidance. The said to stood in the face he then Occil cd because he Felt the Taip Oranee of the object which was to he Ciui id Rcd. In look info Over the census of London Llie no get of worst do was apis Archit. Lie bail often to ram that to Brin a South sea islander Here and in orm Liim Tunit in n great locality out of 12 ,00ij nine out of ten went to no Daee of Wor Iii the Ell act Touhl he appalling. It was a matter Iii Elvinp resp �ii5ibility they Lead been too Lonj inks matter on the ministers alone. Tin s would nor do. did not a moment Ervalino the ministry but to thought the ministers needed prompt and Elli client Aid. The Rev. Gioi Rik Mitzi stated that at the meetings of the Cun ref rational in Nikii two years in a to said that Junir. Hall s scheme was a g of one lint it wanted one thing Tadaji nation to All reasons. had a better one Widich was to Lake persons into their own houses to go to theirs. The in v. nov moved the Resolution  " that this meeting is by no Means desirous of originating any new Chi ended organisation the accomplishment of this most momentous object but wild rather direct the attention of our churches and their pastors to the Miossi Billiy of a More general and a Coli event employment of Means Wei web in some Loc Ali tics have been used with us baited Cli get. It would therefore a the in Ethren generally the in Jio Taneo of local meetings conference and a Ayr in relation to wants of their own neighbourhoods the revival and increase of Christian lust action societies the increase and invigoration i of Home i missionary Oji rations the Cirii Goyim it of and thought that these meetings should be Lulu frequently if not regularly in which of proposal the in rating seemed to concur. The Rev. W. Tolk whose exertions on behalf of the Portr Iii destitute Are so Well known was next on and. Bore testimony to the Good which resulted from visitation among the poor the Uil Ying to the pleasure with which the lower classes heard a lecture Deli ii d to thin. . Own referred to Lem ovary chapels a Biel night be erected on very Low terms and used to raise con a Reg h chapels might be built and then removed the same end to other fees. I Mas ii Itiat the London Chapel Ibbil Diirr society i in Rcw tie congregations from the City clip Mclies Ali Ereley Lilling the suburban Mies which they had Impf. Cirild not some Means Thon be adopted to ill the City . Some of Wii he were empty Rev ?.r. 15i i. A ice rotary to the i is Oral Aid i Uranea society of curtained a conviction of the l of . ? s suggest Oti and h Ped it would n chive Etc ii ii cration. Tie Rev. .1 to cd the to Laird res hit Iii a Liili was the of Lowin " Flat the Grocea evil no v Lami ii tid t Only f Addis omd Elfort but pro incr ii the part of the Cirii vacs they strive to awaken among then Selvic a sense of their , ill the t of such to Pir Oiin i hair duties in diff using divine i Ruth a i ii the he strongly deprecated the idea id a new organi Atiqi i but recommended Theiu to Iii til life and Vigour into the old associations. The Rev. J. Rai Uwin a Trow coded the Resolution remarking at the same time that be thought tint there was among the working , More Iii Iii Ere Nice to spiritual matters than dangerous hard headed infidelity. The cd. J. Oft Rcd up prayer and the proceedings Termini naked. Tiik Bishop of Kilm Iii Ell Iii Antl Ardali held his primary visitation the diocese of Kino re on the 12tli instant in the Jarish Church of Savaii. There was a very Laige attendance of clergy present. The Bishop has aii pointed the Rev. Andrew Mcreight Rector of Beli Kirbet and the Llev Ile Iii in rival to be his Cha Dains. New colonel soon As the Bishopric of the Mauritius is til formed and the Rev. . Ryan the Bishop designate consecrated thereto arrangements will he set on foot the division of the see of Toronto out of which two new sees will be formed tie scat of one of which will be at Kingston inc seven Eastern districts and at London Woodstock the seven Western districts. The fund locally raised this Jiu Jiose already amounts to Ujj wards of 8,000/., and it is expected that the two Biccs will Reri uric i hair endowment a capital sum of 10,000/., in addition to what May to derived from local resources specially contributed by tier sons interested in the a particular dioceses. It is also intended to extend the Episcopacy in India by a subdivision of the ii resent enormous diocese of Calcutta. This however will be left in a great measure to the we Edoin and liberality of the Indian government. The erection of a new Sec at Perth Western Australia is under consideration. The society the Opal Ilion of the Jos pc in foreign i girls has Aji pro printed out of its Jubilee fund .3,001 /. Towards the Endowmentd a see at Lavrih find the society Ivo noting Chi Istian knowledge has also made u Liberal Grant the same purpose. The Bishop of new zealand is at present in England is taking Steps the subdivision of his diocese by the erection of a Sec at Lyttelton Chrisle Guridi. When All these arrangements Are completed there will be thirty four Bisho Pirics in the colonies and dependencies of the British Crown. a i of con Schu Cnoc of a Para Rajih in the letter of the Bishop of Victoria inserted in the urn in to the effect that he was not aware of a single Dergiman graduate having Fdl Rcd his services the China Mission of the a Liureri of England two clergymen one a graduate of Cambridge the other d Dublin Are about to proceed to China immediately in connexion with the Chuich missionary society. The Cin ii Synod on Tiik univ if sir i a the Synod of the clip Rel. Has come to nearly unanimous resolutions 1. Against a Union of the. Olleges As Avo arable to Effie Keiit teaching. 2. consider favourably the Union of the univ cars ties.5. In favour of the graduates a Avius an voice in the government of the United univ easily. X. Against any such increase in chairs in arts As would materially increase the cd License to s in edits though As there has been Only one chair additional explicitly Giro Josed a chair of rhetoric and English literature we do not Sec Bow this Resolution comes to be in ended. All the three resolutions we believe accurately expire is the Jire Vail big feeling of the Public Here and especially of the alumni of the present if child. The i i a. of in actor of a Eitington near i Ilion was installed on monday be ii night in York Cati Zedral to the Odich of Andi Deacon of the East Ridin of York vacant by the resignation of the Rev. R. J. Wilberforce. St. Janics s Cucui ctr , cd Tireli was consecrated on tuesday by the Bishop of Lois Don. The building is erected on the North Sid of the soil to ii Stern railway near the new Cross St Uio i and the Royal naval s Dio is. It has been raised mainly by Jiulie subscription the expense of its Crecion amounting to some, ail that in Sci indent of the Cost of the erection of the a Juire and the North .mscpt, the former of which is not yet finished. It is seated about 1,.500 persons. The consecration Sermon i Reacon d by the Bishop Odio took As his text Ali mans 10 cliaji., verses , 14, and 1.5. At the conclusion of the Sermon a collection was made in Aid of the building fund af. which the Jire late of Rcd up the prayers fire scribed in the Coti Sec ration service any Ilic Rev. Denkins of Stansfield on thursday even infill i Duce direct Chapel and on Friday Nio Rinir in the same place the a Union Sermon preach id by the Lav. John a Virgess of Long Mell 1. In the afternoon the members met conference at Nicholas Chapt and meet Iii was held in the same Ace in the evening when Adil resses Weie delivered by the John Gill of Sudbury and s. A. Browning of . Is , i aii la kids. Oil the Lutu inst., the f inn a Ion Stone of the new Ludepen leu Chi Nigel. Stan Iii Ilcy a is Laid by Iolin Cro Sley Esq of Llali a the Rev. Rol j. Raws ii of Bramley to Jowett and j. Hillyard uni Liston Piid eve messes. W. Shillito and t. Ridd students from Airedale College and g. In i Ood cd Leeds. Lironis Maui licence of John Crossley esq., of Halifax and other Irien together with tie addition of a Large .int from the enl Isle Cha Al building so Eiliv Sulinie Keiit Money has Lieen raised and pro Misc to All Ord the Hope that the Chapel will be opened free from debt. Sri k.\, saturday la.?t, Immanuel Church a handsome new edifice recently erected in the Parish of Streatham Surrey was publicly Dedica cd to the service of almighty god by the Bishop of Winchester assisted by his Grace the arid Bishop of Canterbury the Rev. W. R. Nicholls Rector of Streatham and the Rev. Sign ton ear lev b.a., its future incumbent. Dedicatory service by walking in process Iceni Down Ono of the aisles attended by the commissary Ami Tho clergy and re Iea Rinir the 24th psalm. The customary in yers were then offered after which the Sci Levice of was duly by the registrar and signed by the diocesan who order etl it to be Emo led and preserved in the registry. The remainder of the i ceremonial was Afier wants according to the Rescar Iliad form. The Sermon on the occasion which was of an appropriate and Impi restive character was preached by the and Bishop who Irdi ins text l Art of the Lgth verse of t Legalli chapter of 2ml corinthians viz., be arc the Temide of the living at the close of the service a Liberal collect Iii was made by the Congo curation.  Rostov on , oct. 12, Tom Rev. John Keynes was Public by ordained As Jastor of the Iii Rich and congregation assembling in Grove Street Chapel Boston. After retailing of Ifie scripture and by the v. G. Mcteal of Linc Dii the introductory discourse was delivered by the Rev. R. P. , of the Over Darwen Lancashire. The spies tons were proposed by the Rev. Percy Siri itt of Spalding and a faithful and Afi charge Addi a soil to the minister by his Uncle the Rev. J Soimis James of London Alicr the Oll ering of tic ordination prayer by the Rev Robert Ashton of Lomm. In the evening after Reading and prayer by the Rev. J. , of Boston an approx Iriate discourse jul Caddie in to the cd Macli and congregation by the Llev. I i All of no Ting am. Dinner was provided at the be hotel after which interesting spec .j were delivered by the a v. Messes. James Slit ii Chi rec Goldsworthy m All and Strutt. R Wighton. Tie opening of i icon a Tiara. Chapel Brighton look place on the 12ib inst. Trio service was commenced l y the Rev. . Leif child who offered the dedicatory prayer. The Fust Sermon was lire Allied by the Rev. . Harris. A collation was Ato cowards a provided at the Pavilion. The Rev. I. Leif Liilo , and Brief addresses were deliver cd by the l cd. . Harris c. Gilbert c. F. Vardy j. Bright j. Gallaway and Mes is. Avilou am Swaine. The Sermon in the evening was bed by the Rev. . Sioux ton. The Rev. Messes. Judson Creek Gilbert and Varly in the service. The attendance on both of lesions was highly in and the style and accommodation of tie Chapel Arij scared to give great satisfaction. Resides the ministers named there were present the Kev. . Go Silty and Soden and of Brighton Rees of Lei Gate steers of Croydon Igors of Petworth Stewart of Hastings , of Yarmouth agcy of Loudon also. I lessors. Pellatt . Joshua Wilson j. Finch and other . A Pajich explanatory of the Ric Ami Ines Cut position of the Chapel by the Rev. J. C. Gallaway from which we extract the to Lvov ing this place of worship originated in the efforts of a few Irli Vadnals who were Only occasional visitors in Brighton. When the undertaking commenced there was in existence no general organisation sustained by our churches and to promote a work of this kind. Since then no further Back than the Spring of last year the formation of the English congregational Chapel building society has taken place. The gentleman who started this mov Menc in this town thinking it desirable that its further management should to transferred to a Public society which was formed under the auspices of the congregational Union of England and Wales the very object they lad been endeavouring to accomplish on Ribeir own responsibility Only applied to that society to undertake the erection of the compel. Tic committee accepted this Transfer on the understanding that the site and plans previously selected Slun lie retained. Some delay was occasioned in making certain necessary prelim nary arrangements. The foundation Stone was Laid on october the 3rd of last year. The building is erected on Freehold Laud will seat 1,000 persons and has Cost As As the works at present extend 3,300/. This amount does.ot include the Price of the land the finishing of the spacious room beneath the Chapel Tho completion of the Boundary Wall and a few other matters. The contributions towards the entire Umler Taki Uii obtained by its first promoters and since added by the society amount to nearly 3,0007. and . Astley be. C. T., m.a., of Llowell Oxford into talk St. Sci urea Wool Lelu Ai Fiu Iseley Yorkshire. In Iii. Item. ,1m a., vicar of Kirk lie libel to 1 0 episcopal in i l i co c of Idor Ami .m.-ia. Cailil k Jav. H., m a., to the \ ican 0 of St. Rotors col ii coslor. Tuuu lick lev. W. 1., m.a., to Tho incumbency of l Vii i lira. I Ulca itch. I., m.a., to till i rectory of . Haiti com Kov. J.a., to Ilio Recto re of , county of m .-.itu. Al a Iii so cd. .1. D., m.a., it actor of trowbride Wilts to tic Deanery of i Otteri. Lohi Isiria l cd. to h o l Aion of and i ewes co Ialy of water font. Jones a cd. L., r.a., to 1 0 Iii Isler of Laili. Lsec in , Micro Mccu. , in v. .1., m.\. Lollio Ite Elora of Newport . Moon Kev. A. ".m.a., loll Oil of Dale ii Codle a 0-\Ibiii, to lie i Hap Laia to Ilio Long Mvivor Oeloel of lome ii. Rit Laii. Kev. A. A u.a., to the of i id Iii so Eil ii a. Roacher Kev. A. S., m.a., Oliai lain of Lliclcs of silly to a a surrogate Trio of Exeter. Vau Ian l eve. C. I., m.a., to Tho of St. Nofs entire Cost of the building Rico amounting to above 4,000/., has been defrayed by private sub clip Tion including a donation of 1,000/. From the late . Andrew Hamilton of Streatham Coinon with whom Tho project of is construction first originated Tho land required the site was also a free gift. The Church is computed to accommodate 800 persons about 130 of the sittings being free. The clergy assembled in Tho infant school factory set uric whence they proceeded to meet the archbishop and the Bishop of the diocese it the Church porch. The Bishop who was accompanied by his chaplain and the archbishop were Here received by the commissary and other attendants and immediately advanced to the communion table where a petition was presented to Tho diocesan praying him to consecrate the Church the diocesan having signified Liis consent comic used the the inquiry into the connected with the death of Mitchell who was killed on the Erin Skillen excursion train which so narrowly caped entire destruction hag been concluded. The jury agreed to the following verdict that the deceased John Mitchell came to his death about eight o lock on the night of the 15tli be item bar 18.54, in the town Laid of Garg Dis in Iho ii Arish of Kilskeery in the county of Tyrone in consequence of ing been crushed Between two engines which were drawing an excursion train proceeding from Londonderry to Enniskillen and which engines were thrown Olf the line at Vargadis aforesaid by coming in Contact with several Large stones maliciously placed upon the line that purpose and by which the said John Mitchell was thereby instantaneously killed and murdered. " and the jurors aforesaid do further say that Hugh Larkin John Moran we. Flanagan Rody Murphy win Len skin and Francis m Mahon did felonious by wilfully and maliciously conspire together to place said stones on the Lino with intent to upset the said engines and carriages and thereby to kill and murder those proceeding by said train and Tho jurors aforesaid do further Sny that from certain expressions which were made use of by Patrick Lynch both before and after Tho overturning of said engine Uliey Are of opinion that said Patrick Lynch had previous knowledge of the intention to overturn said

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