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being the seventh of a Series of Letters to a Brother Curate on Professional Topics of various interest and importance. By a Supernumerary.
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THE PRESENT POSITION OF THE CHURCH. The position in which the Church is at present placed, is one calculated, although perhaps the use of such a mode of expression may seem to involve a contradiction, to excite in the minds of churchmen, at one and the same time, feelings of regret and congratulation. Whilst it is impossible to contemplate many of the measures which have been brought forward with regard to the Church, with any other feelings than those of pain and sorrow and indignation, at the very evident desire manifested in them to harass, annoy, and injure the Church of our forefathers, it cannot but afford matter for heartfelt congratulation, when we consider the successful and almost triumphant manner in which the menaced evil has been warded off, and deprived of its most injurious consequences. We allude here more particularly to the scheme of so-called " National Education," the great Whig project of the past year, which was so much talked about previously to its appearance, which gave rise to so much excitement throughout the country, and which, it cannot be doubted, had it been permitted to take effect according to the full and complete intentions of its friends, would have involved the safety, nay, the very existence of the Church of England in the utmost peril. But the hand of God has ever been extended to defend and protect His Church, and as we humbly trust, if it be not presumptuous so to speak, the same Divine aid has been graciously and condescendingly exerted in the present instance, in rescuing the Ark of our faith from the danger with which it was threatened. We cannot doubt, that under Provideuce, it was owing to the firmness, resolution, and uncompromising spirit with which Churchmen in every quarter and