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The bishop equivocatesi Various I beg your readers closely to obhonest-hearted Englishmen write, ex- serve it. The charge was that the pressing their surprise at the glaring young man was proffered a dispensadishonesty and deceptive nature of tion. The bishop's defence is, that Dr. Wareing's reply. Had they he did not beforehand proffer or afterknown Jesuitism as well as their wards grant any dispensation. No ancestors knew it, they would not charge was made that he had granted have felt surprised. But Dr. Ware a dispensation. It was that he had ing, it may be said, has now given an proffered one. He denies that he unequivocal denial. Is it so? Even proffered beforehand; he does not then that were not enough. The end deny that he afterwards proffered a may justify the means. Better, ac- dispensation. cording to Romish casuistry, assert Special pleaders even are not better untruths, for which he may be dis- versed in the subtleties of language pensed, than to have his Church open and technical expressions than Roman to a true but injurious charge. Dr. Catholic bishops. They often outWareing, however, is not so much witted our lawyers of ancient days, concerned as his Church. His Church and seem not yet to have forgotten is on its trial. She is charged with how to use language rather to conceal countenancing falsehood and decep than express their meaning. tion. Whether she does so or not To have made his đenial clear and she cannot, by any assertion of her conclusive he should have said that own, disprove any more than a crimi- he neither beforehand gave or profnal at the bar of justice convicted of fered, nor afterwards gave or proffraud, can purge himself by asserting fered, any dispensation. Till he can his honesty. Other and unsuspicious do this the charge is not removed. testimony must be adduced. We Thus it has taken a Roman Catholic must decide by witnesses. Of these Bishop two letters to deny a statewe have a host against his Church, ment which an honest-hearted charity too numerous even to mention in schoolboy might have done in one; your valuable columns. From the and the doctor seems farther from his. writings of one of them alone, a man point than ever. of sainted reputation, and canonised
Yours, &c., by the late Pope Gregory XVI. in WARY, BUT NOT + WAREING: 1839, St. Alphonso Ligouri, suffi- Temple, Nov. 10, 1846. cient proof may be derived upon this subject.
MISCELLANEOUS. But to return to Dr. Wareing. It
ROMISH UNCTION.—As for Unction is clear he denies,—1. That he countenanced an individual professing one
used in the Church of Rome; since religion, and being at the same time
it is used when the man is above half of another, for the sake of deception.
dead, when he can exercise no act of
understanding, it must needs be 2. He says, “I now beg most distinctly to deny, that I, in any way,
nothing: for no rational man can beforehand proffered, or afterwards
think that any ceremony can make a
spiritual change, without a spiritual granted, any dispensation or permis
act of him that is to be changed-sion to practise a lie, or tell a lie, for
nor work by way of nature or by any purpose whatever, and that I should be acting against the principles
charm, but morally, and after the of my religion, and unworthy to hold
manner of reasonable creatures; and
therefore I do not think that ministry up my head in society, if I attempted to practise any such disgraceful or
at all fit to be reckoned among the
advantages of sick persons.—Bishop preposterous conduct." His Church justified the evasion in
Jeremy Taylor's Holy Dying. Epis.
Dedi. p. 9. the first instance. It will equally justify it in another. But, Sir, Dr. Wareing's quasi con
CABINET. tradiction may be, in reality, no con- I would not advise any one to place tradiction at all.
his child where the Holy Scriptures. Vol. VIII.- December, 1846.
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are not regarded as the rule of life. the Rey. John CUMMING, D.D., Every institution where God's word Minister of the Scottish National is not diligently studied must become Church, Crown Court, Covent Garcorrupt.-LUTHER.
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This is a very valuable lecture. To UPON THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER
be appreciated, it should be read. It
is full of information on an important For the Happy Deliverance of King
subject, conveyed in a popular and James I. and the Three Estates of Eng. land, from the most traitorous and pleasing style. bloody-intended Massacre by Gunpow
The Rev. Dr. observes, with equal der : and also for the happy arrival of judgment and eloquence;—“One his Majesty King William on this Day, striking lesson is to be gathered from for the Deliverance of our Church and all that preceded the Reformation. Nation. By William LAING, Under
It is the utter impotenee of intellecgraduate of Christ's College, Cambridge.
tual, imperial, or military effort, to
achieve the triumphs destined to fol"If it had not been the Lord, who was on
low on the footsteps of the Monk of our side, now may Israel say; if it had
Erfürth. The sword of the Cæsars not been the Lord, who was on our side, when men rose up against us: then they
was shivered into splinters as soon as had swallowed us up quick, when their it struck the tiara. Genius, when it wrath was kindled against us.”—Ps.cxxiv. arrayed itself against the Popedom, 1-3.
and shot forth its burning shafts, no Music-Mount of Olives.
sooner touched the hierarch, than it
was transformed, eontrary to its deLORD, we give thee adoration,
sign, from an aggressor into an ally. High upon thy throne above,
It was neither in the eamp, nor in the For our rescued Church and Nation,
Cabinet, nor in the academy, that the Through thy grace, and pow'r, and Reformation was to be accomplished. love.
It was in the closet, and in the pulpit, As on this day, men unholy
it was by weapons 'not carnal, but Sought to ruin Church and State: mighty,' this holy revolution was to But thou, of thy mercy solely, be wrought out. And the instruments
Didst their hellish plot frustrate. set apart in the purposes of God for Likewise, on this day of kindness,
the high function of wielding these Thou didst to our succour come;
with suceess, were not princes, nor And didst save us from the blindness, captains, nor prelates, nor always And the tyranny of Rome.
learned men.”—Page 29. This great day, then, Lord, for ever Consecrate we to thy name,
INTELLIGENCE. Who didst us from death deliver,
THE Rev. Mr. Newman, of Oxford, To thine everlasting fame.
had an audience with the Pope on Gracious God, we pray thee, hear us; the 20th October, and on the followAnd, as thou hast alway been,
ing day heard low mass, which his So, on this glad day, be near us
Holiness celebrated in one of the Bless our Nation, Church, and chapels of St. Peter's. Queen,
On the 23d, Mr. Buckingham, of God, the Father, we adore thee: the London British and Foreign In
God, the Son, we honour give : stitute, had the honour of an audience God, the Spirit, we implore thee, with the Pope. Come, and in thy temples live!
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413 Confessions and Protests of a True
145 ciation, Appeal of the .. . 39
Thoughts on the, by the Rev. Llic Laity of Ireland, Appeal to. 21
G. S. Faber ........ 465 Dublin Protestant Association 277, 373
Ancona-The Murder of Che Endowment of the Romish Priest-
hood ..... · · · · ·
of the Church of England and - in Ireland, and the conti-
and candle, in the North of
Exeter, Bishop of, Letter from, to
| Mr. Lord . . . .
382, 414, 461, 511, 553 Extraordinary presentment. . . 510
Dearth and Scarcity . :::..
Final Meeting of::::: Happy Deliverance from Papal
Bondage : ........ 127
Hebrew Ånthem. :.
Historical Memoranda of Popery : 111,
at Rome in the pre-
sent day, Cruelty of 4, 101, 239, 288,
335, 384, 416, 464, 512, 554
Roman Catholics of . ::..
against England. Repeal
of the Union with Rome ...
and its miseries, with origin
- Property in Ireland, Rev. Country . . . · · · · · ·
– morals in . . . . . . . 509
the state of ....... 49
to the Roman Catholics of . 364
- Church, the ... ...: . 542
-- hostile indications
· Policy of the Government. 133
- and Mortmain Law. 186 Islington Protestant Institute . . 550
ciation ... Address of . : :
dress of ........ 490 Popery, a few remarks on. ... 437
Roman Catholics in Sicily . . . 505 description of :::::
Protestant Church at .. .. 43 the English nation to the Romish
- intrigues of the .... 181 Power, spiritual and temporal . . 145
present crisis ......
328 Prince Metter
N. Roussel.. .: · · · ·
- Protection Society ..::
to the Archbishops and Bishops Protestant Newspapers. · · · ·
- Alliance . . . . . .
- Weekly Newspaper 284
--, Why am I a?....285
Ramsgate Protestant Association :
Roman Catholic Disabilities, what
are these ? &c. · · · · · · ·
- rejoicing in English Aposta-
cies . . . . . . . . .
- Ascendancy ....
286, 334, 380, 414, 460, 511, 553 lopment of Popery .
- Priesthood, triple Com-
Tale ...... 365, 397, 424, 481 - Unction . . . . . . :
... 175 “Spirit of his Mouth". ...
Church of Rome . . . . . . 164 Lord, Esq., on Duties of Electors
288, 383, 416, 462, 512, 554 of . . . . . . . . . . .
to Correspondents 96, 144, 554 | Speech of the Dean of Ardagh .
the Rev. Hugh M`Neile
the time of 1528 ...... 9 ture? . 77, 116, 155, 201, 318, 343,
&c., of the Church of Roine : 168 Thomas Becon, the works of ..
Act . . . . . . . . . 167 Tractarian Secession to Popery · · 543
382, 415, 462, 511, 554 Van Diemen's Land, Popery in .
391, 431, 475
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