[No title]|1888-02-18|Rhyl Record and Advertiser - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Commons last week, Mr Gladstone referring to the Tithe Bill, said that the Hoose ought to be prepared to approach any reasonable proposal in the reverse of a captious spirit There was in the House those who considered tithe the sacred and indefeasible patrimony of the Church, and there was another body hold- ing the directly reverse opinion but whethe it was the property of the Church or the pr p rty of the nation, it was a property of which Parliament was a steward, for the custody oi which members were responsible, and for the preservation and maintenance of which they were also responsible He hoped that it woul • be in that spirit, and not in the spirit of sim- ple condescension to the difficulties of tht moment, that they would approach the coubi- deration of the proposals of the Government. The bill for the promotion of intermediate

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THE TITHE WAR IN FLINTSHIRE.

I ST. ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

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VERY MUCH MARRIED.

. A LUCKY ANSWER.

»■-A GALLANT GAMECOCK.

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