On the same occasion the Bishop of Argyll and the
Isles, in Alluding to the great number of widely severed theological parties comprehended within the pale of the English Church, said some- thing which has been distorted by the reporters into calling. Laudiam .an " aspect of truth." Na one who knows, the very broad and noble theology of Dr. Ewing can suspect him for a moment of the :slightest shade of sympathy with Laudiam. It was only a week or two ago that he published a charge on the materialistic (Roman- izing) tendencies of the Christianity of the day, containing the most thorough and complete exposure of proper sacerdotalism that we have seen for many years.