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A CLERGYMAN SUSPENDED FOR…

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A CLERGYMAN SUSPENDED FOR DRUNKENNESS. At the Chancellor's Court, York, held in the cathedral, the case of Morrissey v. Robinson was heard. It was a case brought under the Church Discipline Act, sent to that court by letters of request of the Bishop of Carlisle, promoted by George Gill Morrissey, of Carlisle, his lord- ship's secretary, against the Rev. John Robinson, rector of the parish church of Bowness, Cumberland, then resident curate of the parish of Chilton, in the diocese of Oxford. The charge against the defendant was for causing scandal to the church by having been guilty of drunkenness within the diocese of Oxford, for which he was cited to answer articles in the above court. Certain preliminary proceedings had been taken, and a Mr. Shep- herd appeared on the part of the promoter, and Dr. Dean was for the defendant. The Chancellor decreed the charges proved, and suspended the defendant for one year

A DISASTROUS OVERSIGHT.

LIFE IN A WORKHOUSE.

GREAT SACRIFICE OF PROPERTY.

XTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

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