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tdttjiati(at. The Rev. Dr Thomas Barry, Bishop of Barbadoes, is dead. He was consecrated to the bishopric in 1842, on the resignation of Dr Coleridge. The Rev. Brewin Grant, B.A., has decided on joining the Church of England, and has published a pamphlet explaining, in his characteristic style, the reasons why he thinks Dissenters should take that step. The Rev. Dr Pulsford, of Glasgow, has informed his congre- gation that, after very much anxious thought, he felt it to be his duty to decline the invitations with which he had been honoured from distinguished churches in London, Cambridge, and Manchester. It is rumoured that a selection of about one hundred of the late Mr Keble's letters to various persons who were in the habit of consulting him on "cases of conscience" will shortly appear. It is needless to say that all names of individuals and of places will be strictly suppressed.—Guardian. At the next meeting of Convocation, both Houses are to be in- vited to consider the questions involved in the following petition, which is receiving a large number of signatures, both of clergy and laity:—" We, the undersigned, clergymen and laymen of the Church of England, while desiring to give due honour to the Sovereign of these realms, respectfully express our belief that the title Most Religious King or Queen, in the prayer for the High Court of Parliament, being regarded as out of place in a prayer to Almighty God, gives offence to many both within and without the Church of England." Believing that the omission of these words would meet with the general approval of the church, the petitioners pray that steps may be taken to effect their removal. The actioif for libel brought against the Bishop of Sodor and Man by Mr Laughton, a member of the Manx bar, has terminated in the jury's finding for the plaintiff, and awarding him 4400 damages. The action, it mayjbe remembered, had its beginning in the doings of several yoangjoeu of strong ritualistic proclivi- ties, who had been trained in a sort of monastery established by the Rev. Mr Mossman, rector of Torrington, Lincolnshire, and ordained by the Bishop of Sodor and Man to curacies in the island. The proceedings of Mr Mossman's "monks," as they were termed, aggrieved the Manx people and when a Bill to extend the patronage of the bishop was recently submitted to the House of Keys it was vigorously opposed, Mr Laughton being engaged to support a petition against the Bill. In his speech to the House Mr Laughton sharply criticised the conduct of the bishop, and declared that the Manx people had no confidence in him. In a subsequent charge to the clergy of his diocese, the bishop retaliated so strongly upon Mr Laughton that the hitter instituted the action for libel.

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