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A LIBERAL BISHOP.

Mr Labouchere enthusiastically chronicles tho foct that the Bishop of Durham, on the Sunday after his return to his diocese, caused the outer park of the episcopal palace at Bishop Auckland to be thrown open to the public, and by permission of the Bishop a military band played the following selection of music to a crowd several thousand strong : Overiure—'Fcativa' Leutner Selection—'Yeoman (t the Guard '.. .. Sul'ivan Valsc—' Summer Night in Munich' .. Wallace Fantafiia—'Maritana' i.. .. .. Wallace Fa. tasia—' Reminiscences cf a'.l Natiors'.. CI ad fre j Chorus—'Halleluj ih' Handtl National Anthem. Mr Labouohere wonders what the rest of the lawn-sleoved clerics will say, or think, of the above performance.

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A LIBERAL BISHOP., Issue 7985, 14 August 1889

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A LIBERAL BISHOP. Issue 7985, 14 August 1889

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