Religion: Incombustible Unitarian

A mild-mannered, lofty-minded Anglican is Lord Hugh Richard Heathcote Cecil, 68—brother of Viscount Cecil and of the Bishop of Exeter—for 26 years an M. P. for Oxford University, now provost of Eton. Living in a stratosphere of piety, Lord Hugh regards the Established Church as above and apart from England's Protestant sects. "Scandalous"' it was, to him, when some years ago the Bishop of Liverpool announced that he would let Unitarians be guest preachers in his cathedral. Last week in London, in a speech before the Assembly of the Church of England, Churchman...

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