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The Rev. John W. Hubbersty, M.A. and the Rev. John Sandys, B.A. of Queen's College, were elected Fellows of that Society; and at the same time a petition was ordered to be presented to the King, for a dispensation to qualify the Rev. Thomas Clowes, B.A. to hold a fellowship of the same Society.
There will be congregations on the following days of the Lent Term:--Wednesday, Feb. 9, at eleven; Wednesday, Feb. 23, at eleven; Wednesday, March 2, at eleven; Friday, March 18, (M.A. Inceptors), at ten; Friday, March 25 (end of term), at ten.
The following is the subject of the Hulsean Prize dissertation for the present year:-"In what respects the Law is a Schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ."
Sir William Browne's Gold Medals.The subjects for the present year are―
FOR THE GREEK ODE.
̓Ανδρῶν ἐπιφανῶν πᾶσα γῆ τάφος.
By the Bishop of London, at a General Ordination.
Chaplyn, James Robert, M.A. Trinity O College, Oxford.
Cockran, William, Literate.
Doran, John William, B.A. Trinity Cellege, Dublin.
Mello, Matthew Roque de, LL.B. Jesus College, Cambridge.
Musgrave, Christopher John, M.A. St. Alban Hall, Oxford.
Ramsden, William, B.A. Christ College; Small, Alexander Henry, B.A. Emmanuel · College;
Wade, William Serocold, B.A. St. John's College, and
Watson, Joseph Burges, B.d. Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
Adams, William, M. A. Trinity College, Oxford.
Beevor, William Smythies, B. A. Jesus College, Cambridge.
Bosanquet, Robert William, B.A. Balliol College, Oxford.
Caunter, Richard M'Donald, S.C.L. Sidney Sussex College;
Clay, William Keatinge, Jesus College; Cutbush, Charles, B. A. St. John's College;
Earle, James Henry, S. C.L. Jesus College; Evans, David, B.A. St. Peter's College; and
Lewis, Edward Page, B.A. Caius Col lege; Cambridge.
Mayo, Richard, B. A. St. John's College, Oxford.
Parker, William Harris, B.A, Downing College;
Tanner, John Lyneham, B, A. St. John's
Wallace, Arthur Capel Job, B.A. Corpus
By the Lord Bishop of Bangor, in the Parish Church of Llandegai, Carnarvonshire.
Goddard, William, B.A. Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford.
Lloyd, Evan, B.A. Jesus College, Cambridge.
Mealy, R. R. Parry, B.4. St. John's College, and
Richards, Henry, B.A. and
By the Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, in the Cathedral of Lichfield.
Curzon, Hon. A. and
Chinn, H. Brasenose College.
Hassel, C. S. B.A. Trinity College.
Brown, Rev. T. Powell, B.A. and Wakefield, Rev. J. B.A. St. Edmund Hall, Oxford.
By the Lord Bishop of Worcester, in the Chapel at Hartlebury Castle.
Carles, Charles Edward, B.A. Catherine Hall, Cambridge.
Macdonald, Jacob, S.C.L. Magdalen Hall, and
Smithwick, William John, M.A. Oriel College, Oxford.
Amphlett, Joseph, B.A. Trinity College;
Parker, Charles Hubert, B.A. and
Baker, L. P. B.A. Vicar of Impington' and Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, to the Rectory of Merbourne cum Holt, in the County of Leicester; Patrons, the Master and Fellows of that Society.
Boudier, John, Chaplain to the Earl of Warwick, to the Rectory of Farmington, Gloucestershire, and to hold the same with the Vicarage of St. Mary's, Warwick, by Dispensation, Patron,
H. E. Waller, Esq. of Hall Barn, Buckinghamshire.
Blayds, Henry, M.A. to the Perpetual Curacy of Charterhouse Hinton.
Clarke, William, M.A. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Professor of Anatomy, to the Vicarage of Wymeswould, Leicestershire; Patrons, the Master and Fellows of that Society. Crawley, E. J. of Bath, to be one of the Chaplains to his Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence.
Davies, G. J. of Hull, to the Perpetual
Curacy of Marfield in Holderness; Patron, H. Grill, Esq.
Follet, R. F. to the Mastership of Taunton College School; Patron, the Warden of New College, Oxford.
Formby, Miles, M.A. of Brasenose College, Oxford, to the Perpetual Curacy of Cothelstone. Gatehouse, Thomas, B.A. to the Rectory
of North Cheriton.
Gathorne, John, to the Vicarage of Tavin,
Greene, William, late Dean of Achonry, to the Rectory of Aboghill, in the Diocese of Connor.
Haggitt, G. M.A. Fellow of Pembroke
Hall, Cambridge, to the Vicarage of Soham, Cambridgeshire; Patrons, the Master and Fellows of Pembroke Hall. Harkness, Robert, B.A. to the Vicarage of Stowey, Somersetshire. Haythorne, Joseph, M.A. of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, to the Vicarage of Congresbury, with the Chapel of Weck St. Lawrence, annexed. Hopkins, Adolphus, B.A. to the Vicarage of Clent, with the Chapel of Rowley Regis annexed, in the county of Stafford, and Diocese of Worcester; Patron, the King.
Irving, Matthew, B.D. Vicar of Sturmin
ster Marshall, Dorset, and Prebendary of Rochester, to be Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty. Jackson, Jeremiah, M.A. Vicar of Swaff
ham Bulbeck, and Domestic Chaplain to Lord Macdonald, to hold the Vicarage of Elm cum Emneth, Cambridgeshire, together with the Vicarage of Swaffham Bulbeck, by Dispensation. Jackson, John, M.A. of Queen's College, Oxford, to be Head Master of the Free Grammar School of Northleach, in the county of Gloucester; Patrons, the Provost and Fellows of that Society. Keane, John Epsey, late officiating Chaplain to the Garrison at Dublin, to be Chaplain to the Colony of New South Wales and its Dependencies; Patron, the Earl of Bathurst.
in Christ Church; Patron, the Very Rev. the Dean of that Cathedral. Prince, J. C. M.A. of Brasenose College,
Oxford, to the Perpetual Curacy of St. Thomas, Liverpool; Patrons, the Mayor and Corporation.
Quicke, Andrew, M.A. Fellow of New College, Oxford, to the Vicarage of Newton St. Cyres, Devon.
Quicke, William Henry, B.A. to the Rectory of Ashbrittle.
Robson, R. S. to the Perpetual Curacy of Rancliffe, Yorkshire, Patron, Major Yarburgh, of Neslington Lodge. Royle, J. M.A. to the Rectory of Stanfield, Norfolk; Patron, the Rev. William Newcome, of Hockwold Hall. Sandford, John, B.A. of Balliol College, and Curate of Wells, to be Chaplain to the Marquis of Queensbury. Simmons, Charles Tynte, B.A. to the
Rectory of East Lambrook.
Smith, H. R. Somers, B.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, to the Rectory of Little Bentley, Essex; Patron, Robert Foote, Esq.
Smith, Jeremiah, D.D. of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and Master of Manchester School, to be one of the King's four Preachers in Lancashire. Stone, David Smith, B.A. to the Perpe
tual and augmented Curacy of Wilton. Trevelyan, John Thomas, of St. Mary Hall,
Oxford, to the Vicarage of Milverton Prima, with the Chapelry of Langford Badville annexed; Patron, the Ven. George Trevelyan, LL.B. Archdeacon of Taunton. Wharton, Rev. T. to St. John's Wood Chapel, St. Mary-la-bonne; Patron, the King.
Wood, George, M.A. Rector of Cum St. Rumbold, and Chaplain to the County Gaol, to the Rectory of the Holy Trinity, Dorchester; Patron, the Corporation of Dorchester.
CLERGYMEN MARRIED. Boyd, James, Minister of the Parish of Auchinleck, in the county of Ayr, to Jane, only sister of A. K. Hutchison, Esq. Solicitor, of Crown Court; at St. Martin's Outwich, London. Brockman, Tatton, to Louisa, youngest
daughter of Sir Henry Hawley, Bart. Champnes, Thomas W: Rector of Ful
mer, Bucks, and Cottisford, Oxon, to Miss Langford, of Eton College. Cribin, J. Bowen, Curate of Llanelly, &c. Brecon, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. Enoch Davies, of Crigwheel, near Lampeter; at Llanwenog, Cardigashire. Chudleigh, Stawell, to Mary, widow of
Donne, James, M.A. Vicar of St. Paul's,
Gordon, Robert, Rector of Seampton,
to Harriett, fourth daughter of Sir Jonas Greene, Recorder of Dublin. Guest, W. B. to Miss Ann Stelfox. Holding, John, M.A. of St. John's College, Oxford, and of Oakeley, Hants, to Susannah, daughter of the late Robert Lovegrove, Esq. of Wallingford. Jones, John Collier, B.D. Rector of Exeter College, Oxford, to Charlotte, daughter of the late Rev. Duke Yonge, of Cornwood, and widow of Captain G. Crawley, N.N.; at Plympton. Devon. Jones, Morgan, to Emmeline, second
daughter of W. Wood, Esq. of the Whitehouse, Herefordshire; at Vow Church.
Kirkby, J. to Miss Nancy Fayrer. Manwaring, Roger, M.A. of Brasenose College. Oxford, Chaplain to the Earl of Huntingdon, and youngest son of John Robert Parker, Esq. of Green Park, in the county of Cork, and of Kirmincham Hall, in the County Palatine of Chester, to Philadelphia Sarah, daughter of Benjamin Blacden, Esq. of Bledlow House, and niece to Sir Robert Cayley, of Brompton, in the county of York, Bart.; at Bledlow, Bucks.
Mills, John, to Caroline, second daughter of Mr. W. Corbett; at Church Lench, Worcestershire.
M'Gregor, S. to Mary, second daughter
of James Leslie, Esq.; at Leith Walk. Mitchinson, T. to Miss Clarke; at Boston. Morgan, Henry, to Emma, eldest daugh
ter of Henry Scott. Esq. of Beslow Hall, Salop.
Noel, the Hon. and Rev. Leland, Vicar of Campden, Gloucestershire, seventh son of Sir Gerard Noel, Bart. and the late
Baroness Barham, to Mary Arabella, eldest daughter of the late John Sevi le Foljambe, Esq. of Aldwark Hall, Yorkshire; at Worksop, by the Rev. Archdeacon Eyre.
Powell, J. T. Rector of Llanhamlach and Cantreff, Breconshire, to Arabella, daughter of the late E. C. Ives, Esq. of Tichfield, Hants.
Robinson, Edmund, M.A. of Balliol College, to Lydia, youngest daughter of the Rev. Thomas Gisborne, M.A. of Yoxall Lodge, Yorkshire, and Prebendary of Durham; Dec. 20, at Yoxall. Robinson, M. B.A. of Market Rasen, to Caroline, only daughter of the late J. W. Davis, Esq. of Boston. Scargill, Wm. Pitt, of Bury, to Mary
Anne, second daughter of Mr. Robert Cutting, late of Chevington, Norfolk. Short, John, to Ann, fourth daughter of the late Colonel Mercier, of Portarlington; at Dublin.
CLERGYMEN DECEASED. Baldwin, N. R. Vicar of Leyland, Lancashire, Prebendary of St. Paul's, and one of the King's Preachers.
Blakeney, Robert, B.C.L. of Great Elm, Somersetshire.
Carpenter, Jas. Rector of Burwash, Kent. Cumming, William Collins, M.A. Rector
of St. Mary's, and Vicar of Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire; he was formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1784, M.A. 1787. The Vicarage of Eaton Bray is in the Patronage of the Master and Fellows of that Society. Clark, W. Alfred, M.A. Rector of Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire, late Preacher at the Charter House, and formerly Fellow of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. The Rectory is in the Patronage of the Governors of the Charter House. Davis, Thomas, for many years Rector of Trevilan, and Vicar of Llanvihangel Ystrad, Cardiganshire; at Bwlch, aged 67. Decker, Thomas, M.A. Vicar of Bawdsey, Suffolk, Rector of St. Simon and St. Jude, Perpetual Curate of St. Margaret and St. Swithin, in Norwich, and Chaplain to the County Gaol; at Norwich, aged 66.
Dowland, James, Rector of Winterborne Clenstone, near Blandford, Dorset, and one of the Magistrates for that county, aged 73.
Feild, James, M.A. of Queen's College, Oxford, at Powick Vicarage, in the 29th year of his age.
Fisher, Henry, M.A. 28 years Vicar of Soham, Cambridgeshire, and formerly
Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge,
in the Patronage of the Master and Fellows of that Society, aged 77. Gartham, Thomas, Master of the Grammar School, Skipton, Yorkshire. Hickes, P. T. at Ardingley Rectory, aged 28. Holgate, J. at his father's house, Settle, Yorkshsre.
Molony, W. Rector of Dunleckney, county of Carlow.
Morrison, T. H. Vicar of Launcells, Corn-
Vicar of Wellington, and Perpetual Cu-
Parsons, Rev. William, Vicar of Marden,
Dorchester, Dorset; suddenly killed, at an advanced age, by the falling of the roof of his house on him while asleep in bed, during the late storm. Stocking, Williain, eldest son of the Rev.
William Reader, of St. James's, Bury." Tatham, Ralph, formerly of St. John's College, Cambridge, and father of the Public Orator of that University; at Bishopton, Durham.
Toghill, Moses, M.A. Canon Residentiary and Precentor of Chichester Cathedral; at Chichester, in his 81st year. Walker, T. Vicar of East Hoathly, Sussex; aged 63.
A GENERAL BILL OF ALL THE CHRISTENINGS AND BURIALS
Christened in the 97 parishes within the walls, 909; buried, 1,127. Christened in the 17 parishes without the walls, 5,176; buried, 3,917. Christened in the 24 out-parishes in Middlesex and Surry, 15,132; buried, 10,667. Christened in the 10 parishes in the city and liberties of Westminster, 4,641; buried, 4,526.