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. . THE CHINESE CRISIS. I

THE KHEDIVE IN LONDON.

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY.

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CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY. Both Houses of this Convocation met on Tuesday at the Church House, Westminster. In the Lower House the Dean of Windsor moved a resolution de- precating the action of the English Church Union in pronouncing decisions upon ritual and in counsel- ling the clergy to resist their spiritual rulers. Pre- bendary Villiers moved the previous question, and after a debate in which Canon Rhodes Bristow, the Bishop of Coventry, and Bishop Barry took part, the previous question was defeated by 42 to 23. Various amendments were moved and carried, nd finally the amended resolution depre- cating the action of voluntary societies of Church- men in putting forth declarations upon disputed points of Catholic doctrine and ritual in terms which may be interpreted to suggest resistance on the part of the clergy to their spiritual rulers was adopted by 49 to 15.

MURDERED BY CHINESE.

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ITHE WAR. I

TERRIBLE FIRE AT NEW -YORK.-

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-EPITOME OF NEWS. I

FLIRTING TO STOP.

ILIGHTNING DANGERS.I

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A SERVANT GIRL'S MILLIONS.

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-THE REVENUE.

JOHN ROBERTS'S BANKRUPTCY.

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AWAY .TO THE FAR ANTARCTIC.