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Pass in front of the Diocesan College, the roof of which was badly damaged by shell-fire.
There had been the same outside diocesan civility between even the palace and Plumstead.
During the Bishop's episcopate, which lasted from 1871 to 1883, great progress was made in every department of diocesan work.
SOME JEWISH WITNESSES FOR CHRISTREV. A. BERNSTEIN, B.D.
For that end she asked for dispensation from enclosure, choir duty, the religious habit and also freedom from diocesan control.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
The diocesan prelates appoint their outside vicars for those territories which are in charge of the orders.
The great tea-meeting of all is what is called the Diocesan Festival.
These, so far as they survive, are preserved in the diocesan registries.
An old gentleman, clerk in the diocesan offices, advised us to visit Tekax and Peto for our study.
"His lordship has summoned me on most important diocesan business," said Mr. Slope, glancing with uneasy eye at Dr. Proudie.
BARCHESTER TOWERSANTHONY TROLLOPE
He never again aspired to disobey, or seemed even to wish for autocratic diocesan authority.
BARCHESTER TOWERSANTHONY TROLLOPE

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