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THE PAPACY.

The New York " Mail " and ■' Express haa a ape clal cable f rom Bomo, under d^te Ju y 6th, to tbe effect that the Pope had arranged to leave the Vatican, and bad prepared a list of court pereonagea to Jccompary him. The Vicar-Generat would remain at Borne with part of the Papal houa.hold. Senor Go'gan the fc'p.Lhh Ambaaaador to the Vatican, arrived m Madrid on July sth, and reporedfo tho Spanish Government the decision cf tbe Pope to qau Lay, and hiß deaire to reside m Spain He will be granted an asylum m Valencia, it Is announced m ecclesiastical circles that the Pope's expressed desire for the cardma a to ae?ect Cardinal Lavigerie as his ■ucctßsor meets with the approval of the prelates, and tbat there -is no doubt Cardinal Lavigerie will be the next Pontiff A despatch from Berlin of Jnly 22nd aays that Bismarck, through Tr Van Schloeger, the German repreeentative at the Vatican, haa diesutded the Pops from leaving Borne, and on« from Madrid of the aame date says tbat tbe Spaniah Government has forbidden demonstrations calculated o etcourage the Pope to come to Bpain In the event of his leaving Italy.

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THE PAPACY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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THE PAPACY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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