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Letters to the Editor. human teacher when we listen to the Catholic Church. There is One speaking to us, not as the Scribes and Pharisees, but as the Voice of The Rev. Orby Shipley presents his compliments to the Editor of the God. “He that heareth you heareth Me: and he that despiseth you

Pilot and begs he will be good enough to publish the enclosed letter :despiseth Me; and he that despiseth Me despiseth Hin that sent Me.”

[Copy.] CANON LIDDON'S ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN.

(To the Editor of the Guardian.)

SIR-I request you to publish, together with this letter, the accomThe opinion to which we have endeavoured to give expression in the

panying contradiction of a telegram reprinted in your last issue, which

relates to myself. accompanying Address to the Queen is, we have every reason to believe,

I observe that you gave further publicity to the report in question on very largely shared by Christian Eoglishmen at the present time, and we ask you to give it publicity in the bope that it may be largely and

the day of its appearance in the Times, and before any denial of its

truth could be made. As conscience, in the editing of Church newsimmediately signed, and may tend to bring about such a change in the attitude of the Government of this country as may diminish or even

papers, is powerless to check this reckless dealing with clergymen's

repute, it is to be regretted that the fear of damages for libel cappot be Cancel our grave responsibility for the inhuman proceedings of the Turks. H. P. Liddon, Canon of St. Paul's; George Williams, Vicar of Ring

utilized for their protection. Retractation will not undo the mischief, wood ; Charles F. Lowder, Vicar of St. Peter, London Docks; Williain

for a false impression has been circulated, and no denial, even it equally Denton, Vicar of St. Bartholomew, Cripplegate. P.S.-Names of those

widespead, can remove that. As the present is only the last of a series willing to sign this address to the Queen will be received by the Rev.

of petty efforts by the Guardian to prejudice public opinion against the William Denton, 22, Westbourne-square. “May it please your Majesty,

party of which I am a member, it is useless to expect more than the

insertion of this letter, -We, your Majesty's loyal and dutif: l subjects, have heard with horror

ORBY SHIPLEY. of the atrocities perpetrated upon thousands of defenceless mon, women,

August 27, 1876. and children in Bulgaria, Bosnia, aud other provinces of Turkey, by the

THE REV. JOSEPH BERINGTON'S MONUMENT. accredited agents of that Government. It distresses us to feel that the support which this country has accorded to Turkey for many years past

SIR,—Perhaps the following inscription from the marble monument has encouraged and enabled that Power to commit these crimes against

in the choir of the Parish Church of Buckland, Berkshire, in memory of its Christian subjects. We are deeply convinced that no considerations

the Rev. Mr. Berington, a R.C. Clergyman of literary attainments, may of political expediency can justify us in practically remaining the

be interesting to your readers? I have recently visited the church in accomplices of a despotism which is already condemned by the voice of

question, and transcribed it. The Parish Church and churchyard conthe whole civilised would, and we pray that your Majesty's Government

tain numerous monuments of Roman Catholic nobility and gentry, will, in conjunction with the other Powers of Europe, secure the com

maioly allies of the noble family of Throckmorton ; mostly with devout plete separation from Turkey of the provinces inhabited by the Slavonic

and beautiful prayers for the dead upon them. race, and their entire independence of a Government to which they have

I may remind some of your readers that Mr. Berington was the Editor hitherto been subject, and which has proved itself unworthy to rule

of the most interesting and valuable • Memoirs of Gregory Padzani"-a them. We feel it, moreover, our duty at the present moment most

noted Ro-unionist of King Charles the First's days. respectfully to pray your Majesty to call the attention of your Govero

FREDERICK GEORGE LEE. ment to the necessity of without delay requiring that the children which have been carried off from the devastated villages of Bulgaria by the

Sacred to the Momory of Turkish troops and by otbers should be immediately restored to their

The Reverend and Venerablo parents, or, where these have been murdered, to their nearest friends;

JOSEPH BERINGTON, and also that your Majesty's Ambassador should at once call the atten.

Licentiate of Divinity of the University of Douay; tion of the Porte to the destitute condition of those Christian inhabitants

During 54 years of Bulgaria and Bosnia who have not been exterminated, and insist upon

Pastor of the Catholic Congregation of Buckland; their being supplied before the approach of winter, at the cost of

Friend and Chaplain of Turkey, with food and shelter, of both of which they have been Sir John, Sir George, and Sir Charles Throckmorton, Barte. deprived by the agents of that Government."

In the discharge of the Duties of his Ministry

Ho was assiduous, kind and charitable; LETTER FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF BELGRADE TO

At the altar devout and dignified ;

To the pulpit perspicuous and impressivo :
THE REV. WILLIAM DENTON:

His writings, religious and bistorical,

Are marked by extent of research, "Belgrade, Sept. 1, 1876.

Depth of thought, energy of expression, “Dear Brother and Doctor in Christ, -Many thanks for your seasonable

Clearness and elegance of style : enclosure of £75, which I acknowledge officially by the enclosed, and we

Sincerely attached to bis Faith, his undeviating are, I hope, getting our hospitals into order, but when we achieved much

Virtue was the expression of his conviction ; there came on another heavy convoy of wounded. It would be invidious

His whole life a recommendation of his Creed; to dame any surgeons as having especially distinguished themselves when all are working so well, but you as an Eoglisman will be happy to hear

Neil her judging vor despising his brother,

He willingly formed that the English doctors have covered themselves with honour by their

Intimate connections with the good and worthy courage and devotion. The war spirit is as high as ever, though the

of other Communions, fortune of war is capricious. We are driven back by overwhelming

In his manner he was conciliating ; numbers, and in their anger, with the knowledge of their wives and

Moderate in supporting his own sentiments, children behind them and the Turks in front, our patriots hurl them back

Candid in estimating the arguments of others, by a mighty effort, and at a fearful cost of patriot's blood. We have

Partial to amicablo discussion ; been, if you will, imprudent in going to war, we ackoowledge it; but the

Adverse to intemperate contests, his object was shrieks of the violated virgios and tortured peasants of defiled sanctums are enough to drive wise men mad. Put yourself in our place, fancy

Truth not victory.

In his friendship warm and steady; yourself in Wilishire rich and contented, and then fancy, if you can,

Fall of days and good works, he departed this lito á horde of Moslems ravaging the fair fields of Devonshire ; imagine crowds of dishonoured matrons, ruined girls, fatherless children, child

Dec. 1st, 1827, aged Eighty-five.

R.I.P. less parents, flying to you for help, and say if you would not forget your prudence, your comfort, your riches, and at once draw the sword in as sacred a cause as man fought for. And, my dear friend, try to point out

THE RESURRECTION BODY. to your countrymen the fearful sinful mistake they make in supporting

SIR,— Will you kindly allow me to make a few remarks on the letter this putrid civil power at Constantinople agaiost rising Christian nation

of “Spectator,” which appeared in your paper of August 16 ? . alities whose progress in civilisation is undeniable, and who desire but He cannot have considered the requirements of orthodoxy more attenthe help and sympathy of your country to become a new and beneficial

tively than myself. We are bound as Christians to believe that the nation, powerful and peaceful. Try as you will, you can never wash the

body which we now have will rise again in all that constitutes the perEthiopian white, por make the leopard change his spots, or make a Turk fection of its human nature, but under altered conditions. The fact is, it a civilized being. Meantime you are checking enlightenment in those will be so different as to be no longer the natural body properly regions to an indefinite extent. A few months ago Bulgaria was covered

speaking, but a spiritual body. How. then can the two be the with Christian schools, the British fleet appeared, and at once hundreds same? This is the cruz alike of theologians and of enquirers. The two of schoolrooms were destroyed, schoolmasters and mistresses killed, and must be identical, but how can they be so? I answer, by one means children massacred, and the whole land a desolate place of mourning.

only. By the spiritual substance which we have within us already ; It is said that now Eoglish sympathy is coming to our side. Thank

which corresponds in all its parts, to the natural body; which receives God for that, we shall rejoice beyond measure at the good news.-Believe

the impressions that form the memory, which enfolds the immortal prin. me, affectionately yours,

MICHAEL

ciple like a garment, serves it as an organ; will survive the dissolution "Archbishop of Belgrade and Primate of Servia."

of the outer fleshy tabernacle, and be after death the dwelling-place and

instrument of the soul. To suppose that a spirit can exist without an THE FORTUNE OF CARDINAL ANTONELLI.—The French papers state organism is an absurdity from which every reasonable mind revolts. that the wealth of Cardinal Antonelli is generally reckoned at from The souls of the faithful are constantly described in Scripture as fifteen to twenty millions, without speaking of his collection of ancient possessed after death of a spiritual body, and in it, as we believe, they and valuable objects, which represent at least a million and a balf. The | will come again with Christ hereafter, and this return will, in the Cardinal possesses one of the finest assortments of precious stones which language of the Bible, be their “rising" from the dead. As to all exist in Europe; diamonds of all forms and of the purest water, incom- | mankind rising from their graves, a moment's reflection will show that parable emeralds, pearls and turquoises of unknown size--a veritable the mere expression is nonsensical. They will not be in their graves. Oriental treasure. Then unique pieces of rock crystal, some fine pictures, Even those who were buried will almost all of them have become the richest lace, and admirable tissues of the best periods.

vapour, and mapy will never have been buried at all. -- Spectator'

PUNCH AMONG THE VIVISECTORS.

speaks of the body being “ sown in the grave," but he might as wel speak of its being sown in the deep sea, or the drifted snow, or the fire, or the entrails of wild beasts, or in the stomachs of the cannibals of Fiji. This body of Alesh itself will be our only tomb, and from it alone can we hope to rise.

At the second coming of Christ there may, indeed, pay, there must be, some really in the graves, and between their bodies, or what remains of them, and the spiritual bodies of the departed there may be mysterious affinities of virtue of which these remains will be spiritualised and close with the spiritual bodies of those to whom they previously belonged. Thus the Scriptures will be literally fulfilled, and thus the doctine of the spiritual body as I have propounded it is, when carefully considered and rightly understood, secure against every charge of heterodoxy and made conformable to the Scriptures and the Creeds. Nor can I with justice be accused of inconsistency by this admission, since the spiritual body of our Lord, which quitted this mortal frame when He cried “It is finished," passed into Paradise and visited the “Spirits in prison," then, returning, closed with the mortal body, which became spiritualised and Assimilated with the divine soul of our Redeemer and Lord.

"Spectator" seems to be fond of asking questions, and though it is not a kind of argument that I admire, I will answer all of his, with your kind permission, albeit they are eleven in number.

1. “What became of the non-decomposed natural body of our Lord ?"

Answer.-It was spiritualised like those of Enoch and Elijah when they were taken to Heaven (Heb. xi. 5 ; 2 Kiogs ii. 11).

2. “What ground have we for our faith in the Resurrection as a dogma of the Church ? "

Answer.-Christ hath risen to certify us of it.

3. “If our natural bodies are not to arise at the last day, what is the meaning of the vision of the prophet Ezekiel ?"

Answer.- Simply what Ezekiel declares to be the meaning: the house of Israel should return from their captivity in Babylon. Thus saith the Lord God; behold, O My people, I will open your graves, and cause you to come out of your graves, and bring you into the land of Israel(Ezekiel xxxvii, 12).

4. “Can Mr. Earle tell me how Christ fed many thousands with a few loaves and fishes, and how the fragments which remained exceeded many times in bulk the loaves and fishes when He blessed them and gave them to the disciples to distribute ? "

Answer.—He multiplied the loaves and fishes. He could feed all mankind with one loaf and one fish if so He willed; but it is not pretended that He will miraculously multiply the particles of our body, nor will any such particles exist some years hence in & recoverable condition. They will have entered into the bodies of others and formed new chemical combinations.

5. “If the precious blood did not at the Resurrection return to the veins of our dear Lord, how can it be argued that the Ascension was typified by the High Priests entering with the blood into the Holy of Holies to sprinkle it before the Mercy Seat?".

Answer: -The blood of our dear Lord is spiritualis d, and so is every part of His patural body.

6. “If that blood is not in existence how can we be said to be washed in it, in Sacruments of Baptism and Penance, and above all, what have we in the chalice at Mass ?

Answer.—That the blood is in existence under altered and spiritual conditions. I do not know what “Spectator" means by our being washed literally in the blood of Christ. I thought that the blood of Christ gave efficacy only to the Sacraments of Baptism and Penance. As to the question, What have we in the chalice at Mass? I reply, certainly not the natural blood of Christ in its unaltered conditions. No man in his seases would say that we have. The Lord's body and blood are present in substance but spiritualised, beneath the accidents of bread and wine. This is the Catholic doctrine.

7. “How can the substance of what is no longer in existence be present under the form of wine ? "

Answer:-No one affirms that it can. Christ's natural body exists, as ours will after death, under totally new conditions.

8. “May it not be that the substance of the body remains while the accidents are passing away, and that at the Resurrection that substance will again be clothed by accidents gathered froin the carth around the body?”

Answer.—Th: "substance of the body” does remain, but not in the earth, the sea, the fire, or the air. It remains in the spiritual world, and it may not, and cannot, ever again be clothe 1 with the accidents to which it was subject during this mortal life.

9. “Why should we think it impossible for God to reclothe the substance of our bodies at the Resurrection from the earth?"

Answer.-Because they will not be in the earth. Our bodies will theo have become vapour inhaled generation after generation by countless other beings.

10. “Why should not the informing substance of the body remain in the grave while the accidents perish?"

Answer. -Because it never was in the grave. The “informing substance " is even now the spiritual body that we have within us and it is incapable of being in humed. “Spectator," by the way, seems determined to bury all maukind, yet whole nations have during ages practised cremation.

11. “Mr. Earle says he accepts the statements in the Creeds of the Church regarding the Resurrection : is it unfair to ask whether he believes those statements because the Church teaches them, or because he has satified himself that they are capable of being used by men who accept his theory ?”

Answer.—Bo'h. I have no "theory." The spiritual body is a fact, and I have never put it forward as an hypothesis, nor do I, like “Spectator," shrink froin subscribing my name.

JOHN CHARLES EARLE. 82, Ladbroke-grove-road, August 19, 1876.

ATTEND, I pray, all ye who hate

Those who give faithful friends the go by, Whilst I deplore the mournful fato

Impendiog over Punch's Toby. The Times demands the sacrifice,

And so, consulting the expedient, Punch, as is usual, in a trice,

Subscribes himself “ Your most obedient.” In vain poor Toby oft had shown

The stretch of his canine sagacity, By yelping to the Times's tune

To the extent of his capacity.
Now ruthless R--- may test,

By his experiments so jolly,
Which bears extreme of torinent best

Poor Toby, or a shepherd's colley (1)
Ninety-cat B-- might be tried(2)

If he would rather choose to carve him ;(3) Or tender S-- might decide

Whether 'twere best to bake, or starve him.(4) Says K- to Punch, if you vivite,

I've no objection, not the least, But, as he possibly may bite,

'Twere best to stupefy the beast.(5) The pitying Public too might pass

O'er Toby's fate as less pathetic,
If Punch would send some laughing gas

Which might act as an anæsthetic.(6)
O Punch, for once forsake the Times,

and leave alone the cats and dogs, One who so oft the toady plays,

Might have some pity, e'en for frogs.
But if you still decline to show

Compassion for poor Toby's sake,
I must entreat you-don't say "No."

I've just one small request to make-
Show us your Vivisecting friends,

In lively portraiture display them, The public anxiously attends

All social compliments to pay them. Mind, let the likenesses be good,

Their interesting features show; I'm sorry you're confined to wood,

Steel cuts would be more apropos.

(1) "It is wonderful what you may do to a sheep-dog without his making any comrotion."-Dr. R.'s evidence belore the Commission. No. 2871.

(%) * When I said just now that I used 90 cats I should have said that it was in ono series--but I am now at the third series."-Dr. L. B.'s evidence (5727).

(3) · The monstrous miles that cirve the living hound."-lennyson's Princess.

(4) Dr. S. is asked whether he would deny that the suffering involved in raising the temperature of animals till they died wou d be very severe. "That is a queytion I happen to have paid a great deal of attention to, and I am not cf opinion that it would produce great suff ring."-(4745.) Asked whether he would say the same of Chosset's experiments of starving animals to douth. “I am familiar with these experiments. I have gone over them again and again." -(4791.)

(5) • I chloroform a cat because I am afraid of being scratched." (384 (6) Anästhetic-that which is calculated to do away with all feeling.

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