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THE CARDROSS CASE

... of these churches may be compelled. t to exercise discipline, has a right of appeal to 8 the civil power, and that, consequent upon that I appeal, the civil power may compel, the church | to exhibit all the sonrces of its authority, and | there is an ...

THE DISSENTERS AND THE CARDROSS CASE

... Principles of the Church's independence of the civil power. In their separate state, -and antecedently. to nai the modern agitations which have arisen out of the discussions of the :Voluntary principle, the - United - Secession and Relief Churches held as clearly ...

HORRIBLE MURDERS ON THE HIGH SEAS

... British waters. ?? fosl mal requisition has' been made to us for your detentiton', as q' necessary under the treaty with the United States. Yen 1e are therefore discharged- The matter now rests *4th yronfr of' own Government. of The G uildhall was crowded ...

CAPE TOWN

... in the moc=of.the ItM of June,-an'd~thus it. i-appea~rs; that' exac~ IyWIa'T&&be-u*5 1nteryeonq4 betw~een' ' the departure' unit r4urn of th,$ea , Serpent to and from .A ~lgoa Bay 'Thca~n Dchinansreported the avalof the - - essels, :and; ±hrouhthe'tauk ...

THE CARDROSS CASE

... CARDROSS CASE. In. The United Presbyterian Magaziae for Febra- of: ary, after describing the recent 'proceedings isn 25- the Cardross case, and the satisfying of produe- bat tion, proceeds thr It remains to be seen how the civil court slo will deal with ...

Law Intelligence

... use hris ,of the terms wife and husband indicated affeQ- hier tion merely, observing in his note- The ?? Cat that was to unite them in mnurriare eppears to parw have been conistantly in view of both parties- pal hoped for, longed for, waited for-but ...

JURY TRIALS—THURSDAY

... agent. GREENHILL V. GLADSTONE AND OTHERN. This is a case in which David Greenhill, Esq., late of the' East India Company's Civil Service, and lately residing at Meiklour House, Perth-, shire, sole trustee on the trust-estate of the late Alexander Greenhill ...

SHERIFF COURT

... announce dosws the death of our late respected Dean, I expressed a hope that that in his successor might be found one who would unite all the sags talent, energy, and public Spirit by which that lamented Sb gentleman was distinguished, and any other qualities ...

THE Porte having announced his intention of instituting an inquiry, of his own accord, into the condi

... relations between the two countries. Pending the consideration of these treaties, no undue E I means were employed by the civil and military fune- V tionaries sent out by tle British Government for the * purpose of securing any undue or exclusive advantages ...

Law Intelligence

... with' by 't the civil courts-looking upon the Church I as supreme in this' matter, and consider- ing that upon no ground whateier oun-si' the civil courts to interfere. : He held'thit in' the cases mentioneI in this Claim of ]ight the civil courts were never ...

Correspondence

... should be held loosely whieh would hinder the triumph of this struggle on the part of the in- n habitants to recover their lost civil and religious n liberty. No sacrifice should be withheld'that can contribute to put the personal motives of every individual ...

THE CARDROSS CASE

... put -to ?? M'Millan- What ?? youi readly wanit'i-' Some of ?? after all Mr M'Milla'n only wants damagds' ,-that he .wants civil reparation for the wrong thal 'e'aeSIes ?? spiritu3a *senL tences have clone., Now~;^Ilhink it right. -, and, ,I do, no'think ...