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I OUR LONDON LETTER*

REGISTRATION OF NURSES.

A "DRINKER OF WATER."

JUDGE REPROVES DOCTORS.

FATAL EXPERIMENT.

FATAL COLLIERY DISASTER.

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COAL CRISIS. 'J c

BISHOP V. VICAR,

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BISHOP V. VICAR, X vicar's strange treatment of a messenger from his bishop was described in the Court of Arches on Monday, when the Bishop of Oxford instituted a suit against the Rev, Oliver Partridge Henly, vicar of St. Mary's," Wolverton, in respect of certain matters of ritual. According to counsel, the bishop issued "monition" restraining defendant from keeping bread and wine upon the altar which had been consecrated. Later the bishop's chaplain and an archdeacon attended even- ing service at the defendant's church, and found a tabernacle on the altar and a light 1 burning in front of it; in his sermon the vicar preached the doctrine of transubstan- tiation. Giving evidence of the serving of the "monition," William Henry Partridge, clerk to the registrar of the diocese, said that Mr. Henly sent down a message that he woulA not see him, but witness said that he could not leave the vicarage till he had seen Mr, Henly. The defendant then came to the top of the stairs, and said that he would black witness". eye. Witness declined to go, and defendant, ex- claiming, "D you, get out of my house! buttoned his coat, rushed down the stairf* and tried to turn witness out. ] Defendant did not appear. Judgment watt reserved. £ The Dean, in delivering judgment- on Tues- § day. said the practices indulged in were un- doubtedly illegal. He would not finally dis- pose of the that d%v. but adjourn it for a fortnight, with the intimation that unless som-hiLia: occurred in the interval to alter materially Mr. Henly's position towards liia- Bishop and that Conrl he would On that pronounce sentence of deprivation and condemn. him in the costs of the proceedings.

A CONFESSION OF MURDER.

STRANGE INCURABLE DISEASE,

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