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I A BABY TAKEN AWAY. I

PATENTS GRANTED AND SPECIFICATIONS-GRANTED.

MERITORIOUS CONDUCT OF A CRIC-,…

PRESENTATION TO THE BISHOP…

THE LATE SIR G. 0. MORGAN.…

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THE LATE SIR G. 0. MORGAN. TRIBUTE FROM THE LIBERATION SOCIETY. At a meeting of the Executive Committee; cf the Society for the Liberation of Religion from State Patronage and Control, held last week, a resolution was passed recording with great srrrow the loss by death of three valued supporters of the society. In Sir G. Osborne Morgan, Bart., M.P., they had dur- ing many years had an able and faithfully ally in all Parliamentary efforts for advanc- ■i^JV ° Aipmha snoiSipj jo d]diauud ,nn Sui long-continued nnd persistent effort he suc- ceeded in passing a measure by wh the disabilities of N onconfornists in connection with the burial of the dead were largely re- moved and subsequently sught to supply its deficiencies by means of further legisla- tion. He was not less earnest in striving for the abolition of ecclesiastical tests which either excluded Nonconformists from the national universities or denied to them u-etr full share of the honours and advantages which they afforded. Although a member of the Church of England, he was a firm and steady supporter of the principle of dises- tablishment, and on the introduction of the bill for disestablishing the Church in the Principality he rendered important service by his earnest and effective advocacy of the measure. The cmmittee deeply sympath- ised with Ladv Morgan in the great loss which she has sustained, and also with the friends of religious equality in Wales, who have lost a leader whose sterling qualities and intellectual gifts won the respect of op- ponents, as well as the admiration of allies. Sir Isaac Holden, Bart., besides being a faithful supporter of the society's obects when ccupying a seat in Parliament, was a munificent contributor to its funds, and throughout a prolonged life was an inflexible upholder of the principles advocated by the society while his systematic benevolence was displayed in connection with numerous agencies for promoting the religious, the poll-, and the educational advancement of the people. The death of Mr J. B. Hutch- inson, of Nottingham, has caused a vacancy in the society's committee, and has deprived the town of Nottingham of one of its most useful inhabitants. In conclusion, th ecom- mittee express their desire to convey to the relatives f th deceased friends an expres- sion of their great sympathy with them in their bereavement.

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH…

YACHT CrXBS AND ARMORIAL

FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE PENRHYN…

THE ANGLESEY NEEDLEWORK GUILD.

THEFT OF ^!^E^A¥"X £ 1NDUDN0.

THE SALE OF I^NK^TxTCHILDREN.