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Sie.-With reference to Mr. Gillie Potter's kindly letter. I find it very difficult to see how the Holy See in the middle of the 16th century could have approved any changes affecting the Church in England in view of the lawlessness and violence of the socalled Reformers, resulting in the collapse of Church government, the ruthless crushing of the religious orders and the plunging of the country into a state of chaos. The subject is vividly illuminated by Sir Henry Slesser in his recent book, "The Anglican Dilemma."

John C. Freyne 4 Norreys Road, Richmond. Surrey.




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