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LONDON, September 29. The Church Congress at Nottingham has opened. Dr George Ridding, Bishop of Southwell, is president. Among the prelates present were the Archbishop of Sydney, the Bishop of Ballarat, the Coadjutor Bishop of Brisbane, and the Primate of New Zealand. Bishop Barry, incumbent of St. James’s, Piccadilly (formerly Bishop of Sydney), expressed the opinion that free federation of the churches was the best realisation of the Anglican idea, and would not infringe upon the prime right of self-government. Dr Cowie advocated the free interchange of clergy between'the colonies and the United Kingdom.
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CHURCH CONGRESS., Evening Star, Issue 10433, 30 September 1897
CHURCH CONGRESS. Evening Star, Issue 10433, 30 September 1897
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