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mSHOFS AT VARIANCE. LONDON, February 18. , The Archbishop of Canterbury, replying to the Bishop of Zanzibar's letter, says if does not affect the decision as to the course he proposes to follow, but he gladly notes the Bishop of Zanzibar's readiness to drop the terms heresy and schism. Bishop Tucker, ex-Bishop of Uganda, in a letter 'to the Press, accuses the Bishop of Zanzibar of dragging in his name in a letter to the Archbishop' of Canterbury, in which he charges Bishop Tucker with handing over Anglican converts at Nasa to the care of an undenominational society. Bishop Tucker pleads,guilty to the charge that, by h.s action, he acknowledged some of the non-episcopal churches as branches of the Church of Christ. He-takes his stand with the Bishops of Uganda and Mombasa.

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KIKUYU AFFAIR., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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KIKUYU AFFAIR. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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