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THE WEEK'S NE IVS. t~1|^

WALES A Mi i ELSHMEN.

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IIN PARLIAMENT.

NEWTOWN AND LLANIDLOES HiGHWAY…

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THE COUNTRY AND the LJRDS.

IT TOUCHES THE SPOT.

IT DOES ALL IT'S GUARANTEED…

CUTS & BRUISES, HAIR RESTORER,…

LORD' SUDELEYM DEBTS.

filTUALISM IN EAST LONDON.

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filTUALISM IN EAST LONDON. Wiiili th people are crying out in their BOUI- ignorance for trie Bread ot LJe and the Trutb us it s in Jetus, there are many in the east of London, fH ■veil as in fashionable quarters, who are tr) ÜJg t, -atisfy hn gry couls with t: e mummeri* s of rituai- atic husk and shell. The Lincoln judgment appear*, to be_ bearing fruit. A clergyman writes to ttie Christian and siys that forty-five of the churches supported by the East London Fund have altar lights, and Komish vestments, sixteen have coloured vestments, twelve use incense. Twenty-three of the vicars of tke*e churches belong to the Enfili&n Church Union, which is pledged to the Eastern lights, and Romish vestments, sixteen have coloured vestments, twelve use incense. Twenty-three of the vicars of t he churches belong to the Enfili&n Church Union, which is pledged to the Eastern Position, vestments, altar ligtite, mixed chalice, incense, purgatory, and visible communion with Koine wniie thirteen belong tc the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament which circulates in secret intercession papers, mass, prayers for the dead, fasting communion, penance and the reserved Sacrament. At one chnrch the clergy say that they heard 3,500 confessions during 1892; and recently after their Dedication Festival Mass they had a Cinderella dance. On the occasion uf a visit to one c jurch, the Eastward Position was adopted, Manual Ajts after tht) Bomisii fashion, six tall altar lights, over the Credence Table. Four more I.gr!tedcai,,ii,f, were brought in for the act of Tranaubstantation, and were raised aloft to salute the B crificial water. rue two priests wh > officiated wore birettar-. Tt;e o i t priest or oaleb.ant, wore a coloured chasubie, itfita alije, eioie, and girdle and tue other two wore ulmatics, aiso with albe, atule, and girdle. There wera eight acolytes, woo wore ecarJet cai-socks, with kite cottas, on which deep laoe was worked. Four JI these wore little red skull caps. There were the professional and recessional, during which lighted apers were held aloft, while meanse was burnt at various putts of tbia itonush Mass in the Church of iiugiand. The water-bread was employed for the sacrifice, and was worehipped. The banctus bell was rung, and an attendant ra g the outside church bull to let the parish know that the miracle of the mass iiau been accompiiohed by tne priest. There were no communicants.—Sunday at home.

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MONTGOMERY.

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