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SECOND DETAINER AGAINST THE…

GOItllAM v. THE BISHOP OF…

SECESSION OF THE .REV. JOII…

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUISDAY,…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY,…

FINANCIAL REFORM.

SMALL DEBTS (IRELAND) BILL.

.INSOLVENT MEMBERS BILL.

HOUSE OF LORDS,—'THURSDAY,…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY,…

MOLDAVIA AND WALLACHIA.

HOVSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY, MARCTI…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—FRIDAY,…

NEW MEMBERS.

PETITIONS.

MUTINY BILL.

THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, MAIICII…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MOXDAY,…

THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

THE REV. JAMES SHORE.

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to abstain from offending in future by preaching in the parish of Berry Pomeroy, or elsewhere in the province of Canterbury, and I condemn him in the costs. Mr. Shore then found, that the law of the land was this,—that a clergy- 'nan of the Church of England, having received priestly orders,—and it may be the same with regard to deacons,— can do no act by which he may separate himself from the Church. Mr. Shore was condemned in two classes of costs, --the secular, and the appeal to the Privy Council, and the spiritual suit in the Ecclesiastical Court. He was also under it monition not to preach; or, if he did, he must be impri- soned for it, titl he purged himself of his contempt. He Wight have been taken for contempt any day but with very Lrroat sagacity, he was arrestod for the costs in the Civil Court. Mr. Shore says, The head and front of my offend- ing has been the preaching as a Nonconformist minister, for it is all a quibble to talk of anything else, if you look at it with manly minds,—I have incurred these costs because I have resisted an oppressive statute against my will. I thought I was a legally-qualified Dissenting minister He has paid every shilling of his own costs of that appeal.