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regularly paid. The Pope, in fact, will be much in

the posi- tion of the Emperor of Delhi under British rule. We doubt greatly if that arrangement will be found to work satisfactorily by either party. The Leonine City is sure to no Parliamentary body will long tolerate ; while the "freedom a circular to the Powers announcing that the Pope will continue leased from State control, and that his Civil List will be become, as the Delhi Palace became, the centre of a reaction which to be treated as a Sovereign, that the Ambassadors to his Court retain their exemptions, that his palaces and residences will be extra-territorial, that his Church establishments will be re- will have the privileges of other Ambassadors and his Nuncios