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By the Lord Bishop of Worcester,

DEACONS.
Name.

Degree. College. University. Carter, G.

B.A. St. John's Cambridge Gem, Arthur Stevenson

B.A. Magdalen Hail Oxford Roberts, T.

B.A. Trinity

Dublin Sherwood, Henry Martyn

B.A. Queen's

Oxford

PRIESTS. Couckman, J.

B.A. Clare Hall Cambridge Crow, F. A.

B.A. Christ's

Cambridge Fox, Octavus.

B.A. Lincoln

Oxford Hetherington, Joseph

M.A. Queen's

Oxford Sikes, Robert Paxton

B.A. Magdalen Hall Oxford Spencer, C.

Christ's

Cambridge Taylor, Thomas .

B.A. Magdalen Hall Oxford Whorwood, Thomas Henry

M.A. Fell. of Magdalen Oxford

By the Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells.

PRIEST.
(let. dim.) B.A. Christ Church

Marsh, G. T.

Oxford

PREFERMENTS. Rev. T. Carr, D.D. late Archdeacon of Bombay, has been consecrated Bishop of that Diocese.

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Preferment. Net Value. County. Diocese.

Palron.

£ Beadon, R. A. Cheddar

203 Somerset P.of &C.of W.D.&C.of Wells Brooke, W. Kingston

Camb. Ely King's College
Bryan, R. S.
Brushford

51 Devon Exeter G, Luxton, Esq. St. Paul's Chap. Caunter, J. H.

350 MiddlesexLondon The King

Marylebone Clarke, H.. Guisborough

72 York York

Abp. of York Corbett, W. Preb. of Moreton Parva Hereford Hereford Cath. Dawes, R. . Kings Somborne 696 Hants Winchest. Sir C. Mill, Bart.

Glascombe Evans, B... with Colva and 171 Radnor St.David's Bp. of St. David's

Rulen Fothergill, Belstone

154 Devon Exeter Rev, J. Hole Gamlen, S.. Bossal

445 York York D. & C. of Durham. Goodden, G. South Barrow 80 Somerset P.of D. &C.of W. Mrs. Toogood. Hardwicke, T. P. Neen Solars 360 Shropsh. Hereford Worcester College Heald, W. M..

Birstall
Hull, w.
St. Gregory

120 Norwich Norwich D. & C. of Norwich Hurlock, J.. Ixworth

101 Suffolk Norwich R.N.Cartwright, Esq. ( Woodbastwick

206 Norfolk Norwich J. Cator, Esq. { with Panxworth Lee, P. H.. Stoke Bruern 422 Northam. Peterboro'Brasennose College Lethbridge, T. B, . St. James, Taunton 254 Somerset B. & W. Sir T. P. Lethbridge Marsh, E. T.. Sutton Benger

Wilts Salisbury D. & C. of Salisb. Mozley, T. Cholderton

225 Wilts Salisbury Oriel College Murray, W. St. Peter's, Colchester 285 Essex

London Trustees of the late

J. Thornton, Esq. Orger, W. New Churclı, Shirley Overton, J.. Sessay

574 York York Viscount Downe Parker, H. T.. Blandford

167 Dorset Bristol D. & C. of Winchest. Phelps, T. S.

Weston Bampfylde 193 Somerset B. & W. Rev J.Goldesbrough

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Spencer, W. P.
Steward, A.

Preferment. Net Value. County. Diocese.

Patron.
£
FugglestoneSt. Peter

482 Wilis
with Bemerton

Salisbury Earl of Pembroke Stretford

(T. Dunne, and

E. Evans, Esys. Deddington

133 Oxford Oxford D. & C. of Windsor Badley

40 Suffolk Norwich Earl of Ashburnham Wetheringsett

604 Norfolk Norwich A. H. Steward, Esq. with Brockford

Hanghain
{ with Marston

Sir J. C. Thorold
Sulham

147 Berks Salisbury F. Wilder, Esq. Holton

197 Suffolk Norwich The King

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CLERGYMEN DECEASED. DEATH OF AN AMERICAN Bishop.-Bishop White, of the diocese of Pennsylvania, died at Philadelphia on July 17th, at the age of 88. He was consecrated to the Episcopacy in 1787, by Dr. John Moore, Archbishop of Canterbury, and assisted by Dr. William Markham, Archbishop of York; and he consecrated every Bishop of the Episcopal church at present in the United States, excepting only the Bishop of Michigan, who was consecrated subsequently to Bishop White's confinement. He may truly be styled the father of the Episcopal Church of England in America, and the American papers speak of him as having acquired during his long life universal respect.“ The Christian world,” says a Philadelphia paper, " is much indebted to his example, precept, and steady adherence. In his death the Church mourns one of her great apostles. With his bereaved family we sincerely sympathize ; but may they not be consoled by the reflection that he has departed full of honours as of years ?" At his funeral it has been arranged that a suspension of business shall take place throughout the city and liberties. The funeral will, probably, be the largest since Dr. Franklin's. He died at his residence in Walnut-street, Philadelphia. “ When his death became known (says one account) the bells of the several churches in Philadelphia were muted, and a general sorrow seemed to pervade the community." Name.

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Barling, T. { Elitve vitin 400 Norfolk Norwich Mrs. Wheeler

Little Poringland Boldero, G.. Ixworth

101 Suffolk Norwich R.N.Cartwright, Esq. Bullen, H. St. John Dunton

205 Bucks Lincoln Earl Spencer Chambers, J. Neen Solars

360 Shropsh. Hereford Worcester Coll. Oxf. Draper, J. East Ham

30 Somerset B. & W. W. Hoskins, Esq. Gillard, P. Kingsweare 99 Devon Exeter Vicar of Porixham

C. Ellison, T. Brown, Hall, J. N. 0.. Jarrow

197 Durham Durham andSirT.Clavering,

alt. Hasell, Butcombe

240 Somerset B. & W. Rev. R. P. Hasell Luxton, J. Brushford

51 Devon Exeter G. Luxton, Esq. Martyn, J. L.

Queen Square 569 Middlesex London, Duke of Buccleugh
Chignall St. James

Executors of Rev. Milne, Dr. J..

430

Essex and Mashbury

B. Hanbury Winksley and

68 Oates, J. Grantley

York York D. & C. of Ripon and Sawley in Ripon 66 Simons, J. Paul's Cray

483 Kent Rochester Viscount Sydney Spooner, R. D. R. Worlaby

278 Lincoln Lincoln J. Webb, Esq. Whitney, G. Stretford

T. Dunne, and E. Woodford, F.. Weston Bamfylde 193 Somerset B. & W. Rev.J. Goldesbrough

King's Coll. Camb, Willoughton

192 Lincoln Lincolo and Earl of ScarYonge, D..

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262 Cornwall Exeter R. P. Carew

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APPOINTMENTS,

Appointment.
Chapl. to Central Work house of Newent Union, Gloucestershire.
Chapl. to the Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry.
Curacy of St. Mary Somerset, Thames-street, London.
Curacy of St. Margaret's, Hollingwood, Lancashire.
Chapl. of Hertford County Gaol.
Head Mastership of Shrewsbury Free Grammar School.
Mastership of St. John's Hospital, Huntingdon.
Chapl. to Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent.
Curacy of St. John Beckermont, Durham.
Curacy of Coley, in the Parish of Halifax.
Chapl. to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland.
Chapl. to the Workhouses of the Bath Union.
Resident Deputy Clerk of the Closet to His Majesty.

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OBITUARY.

Appointment or Residence.
Burscong Hall, Lancashire.
Sidney College, Cambridge
Master of Ruthin School.

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OXFORD,
MAGDALEN COLLEGE.

B. A. of Brasennose College (Bucks) ;

Frederick Pyndar Lowe, B. A. of UniverWm. Robertson, M.A., Thomas Harris, sity College, (Nottinghamshire). M.A., the Rev. John Rouse Bloxam, M.A, Demics. Francis Minden Knollis, of John Montague Cholmeley, M. A., and Lincoln College, (county of Berks); DawCharles Reade, B.A., Probationer Fellows son William Turner, of Exeter College, of Magdalen College, have been admitted (diocese of Norwich); Thomas Pearse, of Actual Fellows of that Society. At the Wadham College, (county of Oxford); same time the following gentlemen were Henry Cadwallader Adams, of Balliol admitted Probationary Fellows and De- College, (city of London); William Geo. mies :

Henderson, Wadham College, (diocese of Probationary Fellows. - The Rev. Wm.

Winchester); Arthur Alcock Barker, (dioWheeler, M. A., Rev. Edward Greene, cese of Norwich); John Earle Welby, great M.A., Edward Meyrick, M. A., Bernard grandson of the late Dr. Horne, President Smith, B.A., John Edward Chaplin, B.A. of Magdalen College, and Bishop of Norlate Demies of Magdaleu ; John Fisher, wich, (county of Lincoln).

CAMBRIDGE.

COMBINATION PAPER, 1835.
PRIOR COMB.

Dec. 4. Coll. Joh.
Aug. 7. Coll. Trin.

11. Mr. Packe, Chr. 14. Coll. Joh.

18. Mr. Adams, Regin. 21. Mr. Penneck, Pet.

25. FEST. NATIV, 28. Mr. Bateman, Regin.

POSTER COMB. Sept. 4. Mr. Wrench, Corp. 11. Mr. Beechey, Cai.

Aug. 7. Mr. Frost, Clar. 18. Coll. Regal.

14. Mr. Mills, Clar, 25. Coll. Trin.

21. Mr. North, Clar. Oet. 2. Coll. Joh.

24. Fest. S. Bart. Mr. Lindsell, 9, CONCIO AD CLERUM.

Jes. 16. Mr. Daniel, Chr.

28. Mr. Stevenson, Jes. 23. Mr. Borton, Cath.

Sept. 4. Mr. Newberry, Regin. 30. COMMEM. BENEFACT.

11. Mr. Sikes, Regin. Nov. 6. Mr. Thornton, Corp.

18. Mr. Fitzherbert, Regin. 13. Mr. Smith, Cai.

21. Fest. S. MATT. Mr. Barwick, 20. Coll. Regal.

Regin. 27. Coll. Trid.

25. Mr. Venn, Regin.

1837. Jan. Rev. J. H. Marsden, St. John's

Feb. Rev. H. Melvill, St. Peter's.
Mar. The Holsean Lecturer.
April Rev. H. V. Elliott, Trinity.
May, Rev. J. Gibson, Sidney.

CLARE HALL.

The Rev. J. E. Kempe, M.A. of Clare Hall, has been elected a Foundation Fellow of that Society.

Sept. 29. Fest. S. Mich.

Mr. Stuart, Regin ; Mr. Tinkler, Corp. Oct. 2. Mr. King, Corp.

9. Mr. Cape, Corp. 16. Mr. Cumby, Corp. 18. FEST. S. Luc. Mr. Newland,

Corp. 23. Mr. Colbeck, Emman. 28. FEST. SS. SIM. ET JUD. Mr.

Bunch, Emman. 30. Mr. Daniel, Chr. Nov. 1. Fest. OM. SANCT. Mr. Packe,

Chr.
6. Mr. Deans, Chr,
13. Mr. Smith, Magd.
20. Mr. Owen, Magd.
27. Mr. Hodgeon, Magd.
30. Fest. S. AND. Mr. Dayrell,

Magd.
Dec. 4. Mr. Pinder, Cai.

11. Mr. Eade, Cai.
18. Mr. Howarth, Cai.
21. Fest. S. Thom. Mr. Burnaby,

Cai.
25. Fest. NATIV. Mr. Kelly, Cai.
26. Fest.S.Stepu. Mr. Beechey, Cai.
27. Fest.S. Joh. Mr. Jarrett,Cath,
28. Fest, INNOC. Mr. Power, Cath.

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MARRIAGES. Rev. John D'Urban, Curate of High Halston, Kent, to Anne, relict of Thomas Aveling, Esq. of Eaton Socon.

At Marylebone, the Rev. F. Du Boulay, of Clare Hall, Cambridge, to Sybilla, daughter of the Lord Bishop of Exeter.

July 9, the Rev. Richard King Bedingfield, of Queen's College, Cambridge, Assistant Curate of Wokingham, to Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Robert Trower, Esq. of Woburna place, Russell-square.

July 14, the Rev. Francis A. Jackson, B.A. Of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Vicar of Riccall, Yorkshire, to Charlotte, daughter of the late Colonel Kirke, of East Retford, Notts.

At Cartmal, Lancashire, the Rev. Edmond Townly, to Margaret, second daughter of James Losh, Esq. of Northumberland.

July 12, the Rev. Edmund Gilbert Roberts, youngest son of the late Sir Walter Roberts, and only brother of Sir Thomas Roberts, Bart. of Britfieldstoon, county Cork, Ireland, to Elizabeth Anne, daughter of R. Joyce, Esq. of Elm Cota tage, Teignmouth.

July 21, the Rev. R. W. Seurr, Vicar of Aldeburgh, Suffolk, to Miss Julia Slight, of York-place, Portman-square.

At St. Pancras New Church, the Rev. Stephen Hurst Langston, M.A. of Wadham College, Oxford, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks, and Perpetual Curace of St. George's, Sheffield, to Maria, youngest daughter of B. Rotch, Esq. of Sidmouthstreet, Regent-square.

At Woodchester, James Mactaggart, Esq. late a Gentleman-Commoner of Christ Church, Oxford, to Helen Emma, eldest daughter of James Smith Adains, Esq. of Tower House, Woodchester.

At Kingston, the Rev. John Lukin, M.A. of Oriel College, Oxford, and Rector of Nurseling, Southampton, to Lucy Elizabeth Byng, eldest daughter of the late Lord Torrington.

In Dublin, the Rev. J. T. O'Brien, to

Mr. Beynon, Magd.

Mr. Atkinson, Trin.

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Ellen, daughter of Edward l'ennefather,
Esq.

July 26, the Rev. William Wales, M.A.
Vicar of All Saints, Northampton, to
Frances, seventh daughter of Launcelot
Haslope, Esq. of Selly Hall, Worcester-
shire.

Hon. and Rev. John Grey, of Trinity College, Cambridge, second son of Earl Grey, to Georgiana, second daughter of the Most Noble the Marquis of Bristol.

July 23, the Rev. Thomas Spyers, of St. John's College, Cambridge, Head Master of Aldenham School, to Eleanor Frances, only daughter of the late S. Doorne, Esq. banker, of Rochester.

Rev. W. H. Tudor, M.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Domestic Chap. lain to the Marquis of Cholmondeley, to Julia Arabella Maria, fourth daughter of the late Lieut.-Gen. Campbell, Lieut.Governor of Gibraltar.

Rev. John Gore, Rector of Aghada, Cork, to Elizabeth, daughter of M. Harris, Esq. of Upper Merrion-street, Dublin.

At Shanklin, Isle of Wight, the Rev. Samuel Prosser, M. A. of St. John's College, to Eliza, only daughter of R. J. Williams, Esq. of Chatham-place, Hackney.

At Layton, Essex, by the Rev. W. Wilson, B.D. Vicar of Walthamstow, the Rev. Benjamin Parsons Symons, D.D. Warden of Wadham College, Oxford, to Lydia, eldest daughter of John Masterman, Esq. of Layton.

At Mark's 'Tey, near Colchester, the Rev. Thomas Farley, B.D. late Fellow of Magdalen College, and Rector of Ducklington, in this county, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Rev. Peter Wright, M.A. of Balliol College, Rector of Holy Trinity, Colchester, and Vicar of Mark's Tey, Essex.

August 4, at Sunning-hill, Berkshire, the Rev. J. W. Geldart, D.C.L. Regius Professor of Civil Law, and of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, to Mary Rachel, daughter of Mrs. Desborough, of Hemingford Grey, Huntingdonshire.

August 4, the Rev. John White, Vicar
of Fairfield, and Perpetual Curate of
Thanington, Kent, to Mary Ann, eldest
daughter of the late George Baker, Esq.
of St. Stephen's, and grandaughter of the
late Very Rev. Gerrard Andrews, D.D.
Dean of Canterbury

August 4, the Rev. E. Rice, Head
Master of Christ's Hospital, to Sophia
Beman, daughter of the late Mr. Blount,
of Uxbridge.

August 8, at Langley, Bucks, the Rev.

Henry Thomas Attkins, of Langley
House, to Penelope, eldest daughter of
the Rev. W. G. Freeman, Rector of Mil-
ton, Cambridgeshire.

In Belfast, the Rev. W. Campbell, of
White Abbey, to Maria, daughter of the
late Lieut.-Col. Campbell, 5th Bengal,
Native Infantry.

August 10, at St. George's, Hanover-
square, the Rev. George Goodenough
Lynn, of Christ's College, Cambridge, to
the Hon. Elizabeth Lucy Fraser.

August 10, at Ryburgh Church, by the Right Hon. and Rev. Lord George Gordon, the Rev. Arthur Loftus, second son of the late General and the Right Hon. Lady Elizabeth Loftus, to Mary Anna Ray, only child of the Rev. Wm. Ray Clayton, of Norwich, and Rector of Ryburgh, in the county of Norfolk.

At Wem, Salop, the Rev. W. F. Sanders, B.A. Master of the Grammar School, Goudhurst, Kent, to Jane Ann, daughter of the Rev. F. Salt, M.A. Rector of Grimshill, &c. Salop.

At Bedminster, the Rev. D. Thomas, to Charlotte, daughter of the late J. Saunders, Esq. of Plymouth.

At Killaloe, the Rev. R. W. Nisbett, of O'Gonoloe Glebe, Clare, to Alicia, daughter of the late Ringrose Drew, Esq. of Drewsborough.

Rev. T. Conyers, of Guyers, Wilis, to Eliza Octavia Woodcock, daughter of John Richards, Esq. of Hythe, near Southampton.

At Kensington, the Rev. G. W. T. Carwithen, of Littleham, Devon, to Louisa, daughter of H. Hoffham, Esq. of Clapham-road.

At Alderbury, Wilts, William Leyland Woods, Esq. M.A. of St. John's College, and of Chilgrove Sussex, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of George Fort, Esq. of Alderbury House.

The Rev. Arthur Browne Spry, B.A. of Trinity College, third son of James Hume Spry, Esy. of Charter House-square, to Matilda, third daughter of Harry Browne, Esq. of Diss, Norfolk,

At Trowse, near Norwich, the Rev. J. Edmund Cox, B.A. of All Souls' Col. lege, Oxford, to Jane, only child of James Bell, Esq. of the former place.

At Stow Bardolph, Norfolk, the Rev. Edward Freeman, M.A. of East Dereham, to Anne Sturley, only daughter of Mr. John Bushi, of Stow Park Farm, near Downham Market.

By special licence, at the Cathedral Church of Durham, by the Rey. George Townsend, Prebendary of Durham, Vis

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