Death of Sir PhilipWodehouse.
The death is announced of Sir PhilipEdmondWodehouse, G.C. S. I.,'K.C.B. Sir Philip, who was the eldest son of the late Mr. EdmondWodehouse, of Sennow Lodge ... . The Emirs refused, saying that they were not strong enough, whereupon Abdullah, put three of them to death.
THE IRISH AMERICANS AND MR. CHAMBERLAIN;
The chief obstacles to the ratification of any agreement ... to the laity ; the services of marriage, of baptism, and of burial are performed by the pastors without fees ; the choice of the clergy is wholly in the power of each separate..."
"...was born December 29th, 1810, and she married in 1848 the Rev. Frederick J. Norman (her cousin), son of the late Mr. Richard and Lady Elizabeth Norman. Sir PhilipEdmondWodehouse has died after having ... for fifty years served the Queen in the Civil Service and under the Foreign and Colonial Offices, in which services he had gradually risen to the highest rank. The eldest son of the late Mr. EdmondWodehouse ... , of Sennow Lolge, Norfolk, by the daughter of the late Rev. PhilipWodehouse, he entered the Civil Service of Ceylon in 1828. He remained in Ceylon until 1850, where he was promoted from a writer ... on the jury, and he also stated that others of the jurors had frequently hooted and insulted him..."