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In drawing these reflections on the character and So we the book we love conversion of Lydia to a close, it may be remarked

Press closer to our heart, that the reality of a change of heart ought to be ascer

And in Christ's strength defy Rome's power tained, not by sudden emotions of terror and alarm, but by the fruits and results of the change. It was

That book from us to part. observed before, that as the Lord came to the jailor “in the earthquake,” he came to Lydia in the “still small voice.” Now if any of you, who are casting your eyes over these pages, have been going on in a head.

Miscellaneous. long course of wilful sin, and are yet “setting your WONDERS OF CREATION.-Some animalculæ are so faces as a flint" against the calls of the Gospel, we small, that many thousands together are smaller than deem it probable that if ye are saved, it will be "so as the point of a needle. Leewenhoek says there are by fire." The voice of the Lord will speak in terror, more animals in the milt of a codfish than men on ere Christ speaks peace to your souls. You may be the whole earth ; and that a single grain of sand is thankful, if by any method of his providence and grace, larger than four thousand of these animals. Morethe Lord shall bring you to " repentance unto life;" if over, a particle of the blood of one of these animalculæ the voice shall at last be heard, and listened to, and has been found, by calculation, to be as much less than heeded. You may well endure through life the re a globe of 1-10th of an inch in diameter, as that globe miembrance of the stern alarum of death and ven is less than the whole earth. He states, that a grain of geance and coming judgment, which it sounded in sand, in diameter but the 100th part of an inch, will your ears, if by any means you shall have been cover 125,000 of the orifices through which we perbrought to the Saviour for pardon and the hope of spire ; and that of some animalculæ, 3000 are not life everlasting. But many humble Christians there equal to a grain of sand. Human hair varies in thick. are, who may be led astray into doubts and misgiv ness from the 250th to the 6000th part of an inch. ings; they may " be made sad" by needless perplexi The fibre of the coarsest wool is about the 500th part ties, when the Lord "would not make them sad," but of an inch in diameter, and that of the finest only the would have them to “rejoice in Christ Jesus," if they 1500th part. The silk-line, as spun by the worm, is deem their spiritual state unsafe because they have about the 5000th part of an inch thick ; but, perhaps, not experienced the great alarm and terror, which a spider's line is six times finer, or only the 30,000th some have imagined to be needful in every case of part of an inch in diameter, insomuch that a single conversion to God. Lydia, it should seem, knew not pound of this attenuated, yet perfect substance, would this terror, but was at once filled with “joy and peace be sufficient to encompass our globe. Speaking of in believing."

odours, the author says, a single grain of musk has Search for the fruits of the Spirit. If ye have been known to perfume a room for the space of twenty Lydia's simple trust in a Saviour's mercy, her spirit years. How often, during that time, the air of the of prayer, her heavenly mindedness, her deep humi apartment must become charged with fresh odour ! lity, her “meekness in receiving the engrafted word," At the lowest computation the musk had been subdias set forth to her by the lips of Christ's authorised vided into 320 quadrillions of particles, each of them ambassadors, then may ye humbly hope that your capable of affecting the olfactory organs. The diffusion state is a safe one. But if your lives exhibit not these of odorous effluvia may also be conceived from the fruits of the Spirit, ye are in a perilous condition, fact, that a lump of assafoetida, exposed to the open air, though ye may say, “ The Lord came with his con lost only a grain in seven weeks. Again, since dogs verting energy in the vision of the night, or in the hunt by the scent alone, the effluvia emitted from the voice from heaven.” “By their fruits ye shall know several species of animals and from different indivithem."

duals of the same race, must be essentially distinct, and being distributed over large spaces, must be subdivided

beyond our conception or powers of numbers. The Poetry.

human skin is perforated by a thousand holes in the

space of a square inch. If, therefore, we estimate NATIONAL BALLADS.- No. X.

the surface of the body of a middle-sized man to be

sixteen square feet, it must contain not fewer than DETERMINATION TO RETAIN THE BIBLE. 2,304,000 pores. These pores are the mouths of so many

excretory vessels, which perform the important funcBY MISS M. A. STODART.

tion in the animal economy of insensible perspiration.

Shaw's Nature Displayed.
(For the Church of England Magazine.)
Go to the lonely desert,

TO CORRESPONDENTS.
And preach unto the wind ;

The paper on Christinas was too late.
But Romish threats and Romish lures

Our correspondent who has been good enough to forward as Change not our stedfast mind.

some hymns for Advent, will perceive that the first should have been sent in time for the November Part, which was published

before his poems were written. We grasp the book we love,

We must beg our friends to bear in mind, that papers intended The book our fathers read;

for particular seasons, must be forwarded at least two months

before-hand, to ensure admission. The light beams brightly from above,

We have again to say, that we receive far more verses than we Their pilgrim-steps which led.

can by possibility insert.

R. H. G. is requested to forward his name to the Editors,

However valuable such communications may be, they canne False and apostate Church,

for obvious reasons, be inserted anonymously.
God bids us search his word;
And who art thou, that we should turn,
And slight our bleeding Lord ?

London : Published by JAMES BURNS, 17 Portman Street,

Portman Square; W. EDWARDS, 12 Ave-Maria Lane, SI The traveller, when he hears

Paul's; and to be procured, by order, of all Booksellers in Toka

and Country.
The sound of coming storm,
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Ecclesiastical yntelligence.

AUGUST 1839.

Ordinations. ORDAIXED BY Bp. Or SALISBURY, By BP. or WINCHESTER, at Farnham Castle, , B.A. St. John's; C. Marett, B.A. Pemb.; E. at Salisbury Cathedral, May 26.

Sunday, July 7.

Pizey, B.A. Queen's; A. J. Rogers, B.A. Jes.; PRIESTS.

PRIESTS.

T. J. Rowsell, B.A. St. John's. of Oxford.-J. E. Adams, B.A., J. D. Ad of Oxford - W. W. Blanford, M.A. St. Ed. | By Bp. or DURIAM, at St. George's, Hanover disuu, M.A., J. H. Bower, B.A. Exet.; A. H.; J. H. Butterworth, M.A. Exet.; R. Dal

Square, Sunday, July 14. Broadley, B.A., W. R. Tucker, B.A., E. W. ton, B.A. Univ.; H. J. Fellowes, M.A. St.

PRIESTS Tufnell, B. A. Wad.

John's; R. Fitzgerald, B.A. Exet.; J. H. of Cambridge.---). Jones, B. A. St. John's; Harding, B.A. Magd. H.; T. L. Iremonger, of Oxford.-M. Burrell, M.A.C.C.C.; R. W. J. Patieson, B.A. C.C.C.; E. H. Thompson, B.A. Ball. ; T. Stevens, M.A. Oriel, Lett. Dim.

L. Jones, B.A. Jes.
B.A. Emm.; H. Ward, B.A. Queen's.
Bp. Lichfield; W. H. Stevens, B.A. Worc.;

of Cambridge.--W. C. Berkeley, B.A. Jes.; SI. Darid's, Lampeter.-L. H. St. George, J. S. Utterton, B.A. Oriel ; G. Weight, B.A.

J. Thornhill, B.A. St. John's; J. Wood, M.A.
Lett. dim. Bp. Lichfield.
Magd. H.

Trin.
DE ACOXS.

of Cambridge.-C. B. Hue, M.A., A. R. Of Durham.-J. Gibson, B.A., J. M. St. Of Oxford.-P. D. Dayman, M.A. Ball., Pennington, B.A. Trin.

Clere Raymond, B.A. Univ. Lell. dim. Bp. of Hereford; E. Duke, B.A. of Dublin.-P. W. Briggs, B.A. Trin.

DEACONS. Exet.; H. H. Duke, B.A. St. Mary's H.; R.

DE AGONS.

Of Oxford.-J. B. P. Dennis, B.A. Queen's; H. Whiteway, B.A. Worc., Lett. dim. Bp. of Of Oxford.-T. R. Agnew, B.A. New; A. R. J. P. Townsend, B.A. Univ. Exeter.

Campbell, M.A. Ball.; J. Lawrell, B.A. Mert.; of Cambridge.-P. Anderson, B.A. C.C.C.; Oj Cambridge.--J. Kenworthy, B.A. Caius; H. Milne, B.A. Bras.

C. Bird, B.A., W. Mackenzie, B.A. Trin. H. H. K. Venn, B.A. St. Pet., Lelt. dim. Bp. of of Cambridge.-G. E. Biber, LL.D., J. I. Of Durham.-W. Bennett, W. T. Shields, Erelcr.

Hamilton, B.A., H. R. Julius, B.A., W. Kelk, R. B. Tower, B.A. Univ. Erratum.-In the list of Ordinations by the Bishop of Lincoln, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, May 26, (in last Regisler), the name of

R. Siepliens, B.A. St. Mary's H., Oxford, ordained deacon, was omitted.

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Preferments.
Hale, W. H. archdn. of St. Alban's. Pat. Bp. London.

Hall, J. C. archdn of Man.
Name.
Parish and County. Pop. Pat.

Value.
Nane, Parish and County. Pop.

Pat.

Value. Alderson,

Hulbert,
Fornham St. Gene-

192 vieve (R.), cum 332 Lord Chanc. £ 750 C. A.

1 York
S. II.
Risby (R.), Suff.
Ingram, E. W. Harvington (R.), Wore. 318 D. & C. Worc.

.296 Allen, E. B.. Bacup (P.C.), Lanc. 5000 Rey, R. Noble •113 Armstrong, C. St. Paul's (P.C.), Notts. ..

1184 St. John's, Camb.710 Earl Manvers.

J. F.

Wight
Bierly (P.C.), Brad-

Jenkins, T. Spittal (P.C.), Pemb. 290 Rev. Dr. Richardson 79 Barber, J..

}7254 Miss Currer

•130 1 ford, York

Kenna, w.

Ciane (R.), Ireland. Barkley, c. Meltom Parva (V.). Norf... Emman. Coll., Camb.

(St. Thomas (P.C.),
Benyon,
s Ingham & Culford

226 {
R. Benyon de

• 549

Kingsmill, J. Stockton Heath, T. & G. Greensalls, Esq.
E. R. I c. Timworth, Sufr.
Beauvoir, Esq.

Chesh.
Bow (R.), alias

(H. S. Northcote, Brawne, G. M. Wiston (V.), York. 665 {Ptebof Wiston

221 Lethbridge,
Nymet Tracey, 962

.335 T. P.

Esq., and Briscoe, T. . Henllan (P.C.), Denb. 2703 Dean of St. Asaph • 165

Devon

R Browne, W.L. Wendlebury (R.), Oxf. 231 D. & C. of Ch. Ch.

•210

Maskelyne, W. Crudwell (R.), Wilts 604 W. Maskelyne, Esq. •487 Burton, R. L. Ford (P.C.), Salop 263 W. E. Tomline, Esq. 91

82 Stretton on Fosse

Carmarth.
Causton, C.

410 Mrs. P. Jervoise .288
(R.), Warw.
Pearson, T. C. Roddington (V.), Salop 432 Lord Chanc.

247 Coxon, M. Heswall (R.), Chesh. 386 D. Davenport, Esq. •294

Perrin, M.

Tara Un., Meath. Denham,

s Tring with Wiggin-} 3156 Ch. Ch., Oxford 266

Randolph, 2273 Lord Chanc.

• 157 J. F. 1 (R.), Middlesex

E. J. { ton (P.C.), Herts. } Dunlap, A. P. Northmoor (P.C.), Oxf. 356 St. John's Coll. 140

Ch. Ch., (P.C.), Dymock, Hatch Beauchamp

Scott, W.
W.G.

Hoxton, Middlesex.
(R.), Somers.
925 Rev. W. G. Dymock •167

Worc.

559 D. & C. Worc. North Witham

.421 Ewbank, W. (R.), Linc.

100 Lord Dawnay's Trus. 340 Fendall, J.

„New Ch., Berwick
Harlton (R.), Camb. 223 Jesus Coll., Camb. 313

Smith, I. H.
(Street, St. James's.)

. Bp. of London.
Cottenham (R.),
Frere, J.

1750 Bp. of Ely

•770

Thomas, N. . St, Columb Minor 1 Camb.

. . Sir J. Y. Buller, Esq. Thompson, Black borough (R.),

140 Greensall, Wimbish (V.), Essex

50 Earl of Egremont . 921 H.M. Raymond, Esq. 190 W. C.

Devon llarter, G. G. Birch (P.C.), Lanc. J. Dickenson, Esq. • 160

Countess Dow. of
Goodshaw (P.C.),

East
427 Sandwich, and

•324 Haworth, W. 1 Lanc.

Earl Darlington Head, o. Lesbury (V.), North. 996 Lord Chanc.

• 269

Morgan, T. (Llengenaresh (C.); } 670 E. Tunno, Esq.

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6. (R.)}

} 4317 V. of Whalley

•121

.

Irown, W. min. can. Worc. Cath.

Fennell, S. mast. Wakefield Prop. School. Carter, J. lect. St. Giles's, Oxford. ---Pat., the Hooper, W. N. prec. Winch. Cath. University.

Jervois, J. B. chap. Bath Union. Clement, B. P. min. can. Winch. Cath.

Matthews, T. head mas. Shifinall Gram Sch. Cooper, G. chap. H.M.S. Blenheim.

Orde, L. 8. chap. Duke of Northumberland. Croomes, J. chap. Sherborne Union.

Payne, T. chap. Weymouth Union. Dwyer, T. chap. West Derby Union.

Peake, J. R. mast. Gram. Sch., Whitchurch, Eckersall, C. ev. lec. All Saints', Hereford. Salop.

Robinson, J. chap. Trin. House, Hull.
Street, A. W. prof. Bp. Coll., Calcutta.
Vane, J. dep. clerk of closet to her Majesty.
Williams, C. K. head mast. Plympton Gram.

School.
Woods, G. head mast. Gainsborough Gram.

School.

Adamthwaite, J., D.D., 56.
Ambrose, J., rec. Blisworth, Northampt. (Pat.

G. F. Hatton, Esq.), 71.
Bell, -, D.D., late mast. Bannagher Sch., 19.
Browne, T. A. at St. Vincent's.
Dowdeswell, C. vic. Besley, Worc. (Pat. W.

Holmes, Esq.), 68.
Faulkner, W. inc. Hanging Heaton, Yeck, 49.
Godmond, J. S. cur. Burham.
Howard, Hon. B.

Clergymen Deceased.
Hughes, D., P.C. Pemmynydd, Anglesea, 35. Richards, H. vic. Kevil, Wilts (Pat. D. & C.
Hulme, F. P. inc. Birch Chap., 38.

of Winch.).
Irvine, W. H. rec. Tara, Meath.

Richardson, P. cur. Cartmell, Lanc. 79.
Jones, H. T. vic. West Peckham, Kent; and Sealey, M., at Shirley, Hants, 64.
rec. Tackley, Oxon.

Shann, T. M. vie. Hampsthwaite and Wig.
Kemmis, T., at Straboe, Queen's county. hill, York, 74.
Miller, M., D.D. vic. Dedham, Essex, 52. Snow, T. L. rec. Barcheston, Warw. 67.
Pendrill, E. P.C. Llangwck, Glamorg.

Thornton, C., at Battersea Rise.
Poyntz, J. K. Min. St. Mark's, Blackburn. Vachelle, G. H. chap. at Macao, 42.
Pullan, W. B., late of Holkham.

Wise, T. D.D., rec. Hagworthingham, Linc.

(Pat. Bp. of Ely), 64.

In drawing these reflections on the character and So we the book we love conversion of Lydia to a close, it may be remarked Press closer to our heart, that the reality of a change of heart ought to be ascer

And in Christ's strength defy Rome's power tained, not by sudden emotions of terror and alarm, but by the fruits and results of the change. It was

That book from us to part. observed before, that as the Lord came to the jailor " in the earthquake,” he came to Lydia in the “still small voice.” Now if any of you, who are casting your

Miscellaneous. eyes over these pages, have been going on in a head. long course of wilful sin, and are yet "setting your

Wonders of CREATION.-Some animalculæ are so faces as a flint" against the calls of the Gospel, we small, that many thousands together are smaller than deem it probable that if ye are saved, it will be “so as the point of a needle. Leewenhoek says there are by fire." The voice of the Lord will speak in terror, more animals in the milt of a codfish than men on ere Christ speaks peace to your souls. You may be the whole earth; and that a single grain of sand is thankful, if by any method of his providence and grace, larger than four thousand of these animals. Morethe Lord shall bring you to " repentance unto life;" if over, a particle of the blood of one of these animalculæ the voice shall at last be heard, and listened to, and has been found, by calculation, to be as much less than heeded. You may well endure through life the re a globe of 1-10th of an inch in diameter, as that globe membrance of the stern alarum of death and ven is less than the whole earth. He states, that a grain of geance and coming judgment, which it sounded in sand, in diameter but the 100th part of an inch, will your ears, if by any means you shall have been cover 125,000 of the orifices through which we perbrought to the Saviour for pardon and the hope of spire ; and that of some animalculæ, 3000 are not life everlasting. But many humble Christians there equal to a grain of sand. Human hair varies in thickare, who may be led astray into doubts and misgiv ness from the 250th to the 6000th part of an inch. ings; they may " be made sad" by needless perplexi The fibre of the coarsest wool is about the 500th part ties, when the Lord “would not make them sad," but of an inch in diameter, and that of the finest only the would have them to "rejoice in Christ Jesus," if they 1500th part. The silk-line, as spun by the worm, is deem their spiritual state unsafe because they have about the 5000th part of an inch thick ; but, perhaps, not experienced the great alarm and terror, which a spider's line is six times finer, or only the 30,0001h some have imagined to be needful in every case of part of an inch in diameter, insomuch that a single conversion to God. Lydia, it should seem, knew not pound of this attenuated, yet perfect substance, would this terror, but was at once filled with “joy and peace be sufficient to encompass our globe. Speaking of in believing."

odours, the author says, a single grain of musk has Search for the fruits of the Spirit. If ye have been known to perfume a room for the space of twenty Lydia's simple trust in a Saviour's mercy, her spirit years. Ilow often, during that time, the air of the of prayer, her heavenly mindedness, her deep humi apartment must become charged with fresh odour! Jity, her "meekness in receiving the engrafted word," At the lowest computation the musk had been subdias set forth to her by the lips of Christ's authorised vided into 320 quadrillions of particles, each of them ambassadors, then may ye humbly hope that your capable of affecting the olfactory organs. The diffusion state is a safe one. But if your lives exhibit not these of odorous effluvia may also be conceived from the fruits of the Spirit, ye are in a perilous condition, fact, that a lump of assafoetida, exposed to the open air, though ye may say, “ The Lord came with his con lost only a grain in seven weeks. Again, since dogs verting energy in the vision of the night, or in the hunt by the scent alone, the effluvia emitted from the voice from heaven.” “ By their fruits ye shall know several species of animals and from different indivi. them."

duals of the same race, must be essentially distinct, and being distributed over large spaces, must be subdivided

beyond our conception or powers of numbers. The Poetry.

human skin is perforated by a thousand holes in the

space of a square inch. if, therefore, we estimate NATIONAL BALLADS.-No. X.

the surface of the body of a middle-sized man to be

sixteen square feet, it must contain not fewer than DETERMINATION TO RETAIN THE BIBLE. 2,304,000 pores. These pores are the mouths of so many

excretory vessels, which perform the important funeBY MISS M. A. STODART.

tion in the animal economy of insensible perspiration.

Shaw's Nature Displayed.
(For the Church of England Magazine.)
Go to the lonely desert,

TO CORRESPONDENTS.
And preach unto the wind;

The paper on Christinas was too late.
But Romish threats and Romish lures

Our correspondent who has been good enough to forward us Change not our stedfast mind.

some hymns for Advent, will perceive that the first should have been sent in time for the November Part, which was published

before his poems were written. We grasp the book we love,

We must beg our friends to bear in mind, that papers intended The book our fathers read;

for particular seasons, must be forwarded at least two months

before-hand, to ensure admission. The light beams brightly from above,

We have again to say, that we receive far more verses than we Their pilgrim-steps which led.

can by possibility insert.

R. H. G. is requested to forward his name to the Editors.

However valuable such communications may be, they cannot, False and apostate Church,

for obvious reasons, be inserted anonymously. God bids us search his word; And who art thou, that we should turn,

London : Published by JAMES BURNS, 17 Portman Street, And slight our bleeding Lord ?

Portman Square; W. EDWARDS, 12 Ave-Maria Lane, st.

Paul's; and to be procured, by order, of all Booksellers in Town The traveller, when he hears

and Country.
The sound of coming storm,
Grasps firm his staff, and draws his cloak
More closely round his form :

ROBSON, LEVEY, AND FRANKLYN, 40 ST. MARTIN'S LANE

PRINTED BY

OF

Ecclesiastical Intelligence.

AUGUST 1839.

Ordinations. ORDAIXED BY Bp. Or SALISBURY, By Bp, or WINCHESTER, at Farnham Castle, B.A. Bt. John's; C. Marett, B.A. Pemb.; E. at Salisbury Cathedral, May 26.

Sunday, July 7.

Pizey, B.A. Queen's; A. J. Rogers, B.A. Jes.; PRIESTS.

PRIESTS.

T. J. Rowsell, B.A. St. John's. of Oxford.-J. E. Adams, B.A., J. D. Ad Of Oxford -W. W. Blanford, M.A. St. Ed.

By Bp. or DURIAM, at St. George's, Hanover discu, M.A., J. H. Bower, B.A. Exet.; A. H.; J. H. Butterworth, M.A. Exet.; R. Dal

Square, Sunday, July 14. Broadley, B.A., W. R. Tucker, B.A., E. W. ton, B.A. Univ.; H. J. Fellowes, M.A. St.

PRIESTS. Tunell, B.A. Wad.

John's; R. Fitzgerald, B.A. Exet.; J. H. of Cambridge.-J. Jones, B.A. St. John's; Harding, B.A. Magd. H.; T. L. Iremonger,

of Oxford.-M. Burrell, M.A.C.C.C.; R. W. J. Patteson, B.A. C.C.C.; E. H. Thompson, B.A. Ball.; T. Stevens, M.A. Oriel, Lett. Din.

L. Jones, B. A. Jes.
B.A. Emm.; H. Ward, B.A. Queen's.
Bp. Lichfield; W. H. Stevens, B.A. Worc.;

of Cambridge.--W. C. Berkeley, B.A. Jes.; Sl. David's, Lampeter.-L. H. St. George, J. S. Utterton, B.A. Oriel; G. Weight, B.A.

J. Thornhill, B.A. St. John's; J. Wood, M.A.
Leit. dim. Bp. Lichfield.
Magd. H.

Trin.
DE ACOYS.
of Cambridge.-C. B. Hue, M.A., A. R.

Durham.-J. Gibson, B.A., J. M. St. Of Oxford.-P. D. Dayman, M A. Ball., Pennington, B.A. Trin.

Clere Raymond, B.A. Univ.
Lell. dim. Bp. of Hereford; E. Duke, B.A.
Oj Dublin.--P. W. Briggs, B.A. Trin.

DEACOXS.
Exet.; H. H. Duke, B.A. St. Mary's H.; R.

DE AGONS.

of Orford.---J. B. P. Dennis, B.A. Queen's; H. White way, B.A. Worc., Lett. dim. Bp. of Of Oxford.-T. R. Agnew, B.A. New; A. R. J. É. Townsend, B.A. Univ. Exeter.

Campbell, M.A. Ball.; J. Lawrell, B.A. Mert.; of Cambridge.-P. Anderson, B.A. C.C.C.; of Cambridge.-J. Kenworthy, B.A. Caius; H. Milne, B.A. Bras.

C. Bird, B.A., W. Mackenzie, B.A. Trin. H. H. K. Venn, B.A. St. Pet., Lell. dim. Bp. of of Cambridge.--G. E. Biber, LL.D., J. I. of Durham.-W. Bennett, W. T. Shields, Ercicr.

Hamilton, B.A., H. R. Julius, B.A., W. Kelk, R. B. Tower, B.A. Univ. Erratum.-In the list of Ordinations by the Bishop of Lincoln, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, May 26, (in last Register), the name of

R. Siephens, B.A. St. Mary's H., Oxford, ordained deacon, was omitted.

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Hale, W. H. archdn. of St. Alban's. Pat. Bp. London.

Hall, J. C. archdn of Man.
Name.
Parish and County. Pop. Pat.

Yalne.
Nane. Parish and County. Pop

Pat.

Value. Fornham St. Gene

Hulbert, Alderson,

192 vieve (R.), cum 332 Lord Chanc. £*750 C. A.

York
S. H.
Risby (R.), Suff.
Ingram, E. W. Harvington (R.), Wore. 318 D. & C. Worc.

• 296 Allen, E. B. . Bacup (P.C.), Lanc. . 5000 Rev. R. Noble •113 Isaacson, Freshwater, Isle of } 1184 St. John's, Cambo .

•710 Arinstrong, C. St. Paul's (P.C.), Notts. .. Earl Manvers.

J. P.
Jenkins. T.

Spittal (P.C.), Pemb. 290 Rev. Dr. Richardson 79 rad-} 7254 Miss Currer Barber, J. . {Biferi, Puc), Brad

Kenna, w. Clane (R.), Ireland. Barkley, c. Melton Parva (V.). Norf... Emman. Coll., Camb.

St. Thomas (P.C.), Benyon, ŞIngham & Culford

R.

Kingsmill, J. Stockton Heath, T. & G. Greensalls, Esq. E. R. Beauvoir, Esq.} •549

Chesh. Brawne, G. M. Wiston (V.), York.

Preb. of Wiston 665

221 Lethbridge,

Bow (R.), alins 1 in York Cath.

(H. S. Northcote,

962
Nymet Tracey,
T. P.

Esq., and

• 335 Briscoe, T. Henllan (P.C.), Denb. 2703 Dean of St. Asaph

• 165
Devon

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Browne, W.L. Wendlebury (R.), Oxf. 231 D. & C. of Ch. Ch. • 210 Maskelyne, W. Crudwell (R.), Wilts 604 W. Maskelyne, Esq. *487
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“ The Judgment of Brutus.” Thcological.-—"Good works do spring out necessarily of New.-Å. Darnell and C. L. S. Clarke, sch. admit. fell. a true and lively faith."

St. John's.-J. Bellamy and T. Garrard admitted felThe following subjects are proposed for the chancellor's lows; E. West, P. Parnell, H, L. Mansell, and L. J. Berprizes for the ensuing year, viz. :

nays, elected schol. (all of Merchant Tailors' School.) For Latin l'erse.- Pestis Londinum devastans."

Wadham, June 30.--L. Evans, B.A., and Rev. E. W. For an English Essay.-" Do states, like individuals, ine Tuffnell, B.A., elected probationers; F. Tufnell, H. B. vitably tend, after a certain period of maturity, to decay ?” Bowlby, R. Trimmer, and L. F. Burrows, elected schol.

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CAMBRIDGE. St. Peter's, June 29.-B. Smith, B.A., St. Pet., and P. Chr.; 18, Mr. Upjohn, Regin.; 25, Mr. Dwyer, Corp. Freeman, B.A., Trin., elected fell. ; Rev. H. Cotesworth, Sept. 1, Mr. Sunderland, Cai. ; 8, Coll. Regal. ; 15, Coll

. M.A., a Gisborne fell.

Trin. ; 22, Coll. Joh. ; 29, Mr. Chapman, Chr. Oct. 6, Gonville and Caius.-Rev. B. Chapman, M.A., rec. Ash Mr. Brown, jun., Regin. ; 13, Mr. Elliot, Corp. ; 20, Mr. don, Essex, and formerly fell., elected master ; and Rev. Coates, Jes.; 27, Gommem. Benefact. Nov. 3, Coll. Regal.; C. Eyres, M.A., elected a senior fellow.

10, Coll. Trin. ; 17, Coll. Joh. ; 24, Mr. A. H. Barker,

Chr. Dec. 1, Mr. Dalton, Regin. ; 8, Mr. Bagshawe, June 29.-The members' prizes for Latin prose com

Corp.; 15, Mr. Buston, Emm. ; 22, Coll. Regal. ; 29, positions have been awarded as follows:

Coll. Trin. For Bach. of Arts.—1. Edleston, Trin. ; 2. Bailey, Trin. Poster Comb. — Aug. 4, Mr. Reade, Joh. ; 11, Mr. SingleSubject : “ Quænam commoda Britannia percipiat ex Joh. ; 18, Mr. Pritchard, Joh. ; 24, Fest, St. Bart., Coloniis transatlanticis." For Undergraduates: J. M. Neale, Mr. Stainforth, Joh. ; 25, Mr. Moody, Joh. Sept. 1, Mr. Trin. Subject—" Inter antiquorum et recentiorum elo Shield, Joh. ; 8, Mr. Wharton, Joh.; 15, Mr. H. Marsh, quentiam comparatione facta, utri palma sit deferenda.” Joh. ; 21, Fest. St. Matt., Mr. Hill, Job.; 22, Mr. J. No second prize adjudged.

Brown, Joh. ; 29, Fest. St. Mich., Mr. Tucker, Pet. BARNABY LECTURERS APPOINTED.

Oct. 6, Mr. Dowell, Pet. ; 13, Mr. Ray, Clar. ; 18, Fest. Mathematical : W. Williamson, M.A., Clare. Philosophi

St. Luc., Mr. Molineux, Clar.; 20, Mr. Baily, Clar.; 27, cal : Rev. J. Fendall, M.A., Jesus. Rhetoric : Rev. G.

Mr. Hall, Clar.; 28, Fest. SS. Sim. et Jud., Mr. Jonas, Ray, M.A., St. Pet. Logic: Rev. R. Buston, M.A., Emm.

Clar. Nov. 1, Fest. Om. Sanct., Mr. Liveing, Pemb.; Select Preachers. The following gentlemen have been

3, Mr. Barnes, jun., Pemb. ; 10, Mr. England, Pemb.; elected select preachers at St. Mary's, each for the month

17, Mr. Wall, Cai. ; 24, Mr. Jackson, Cai. ; 30, Fest. St. to which his name is affixed :

And., Mr. Sunderland, Cai. Dec. 1, Mr. J. S. Cox, 1839. Oct. The Hulsean Lecturer; Nov. The Rev. H. Corp. ; 8, Mr. Pullen, Corp. ; 15, Mr. Steventon, Corp.; Melvill, St. Peter's; Dec. The Rev. J. E. Browne, 21, Fest. St. Thom., Mr. Chapman, Corp. ; 22, Mr. Walsh, Queen's. 1840. Jan. The Rev. C. Lawson, St. John's;

Corp. ; 25, Fest. Nativ., Mr. Dwyer, Cor.; 26, Fest. St. Feb. The Rev. T. Robinson, Trin.; March, The Rev. J.

Steph., Mr. Hose, Regin. ; 27, Fest. St. Joh., Mr. RangeC. Hare, Trin.; April, The Hulsean lecturer ; May, The

ley, Regin. ; 28, Fest. Innoc., Mr. Upjohn, Regin. ; 29, Rev. C. Green, Jesus.

Mr. Brown, Regin. Christ's. — The following elections have taken place at

Resp. in Theolog. Mr. Hodgson, Corp. ; Oppon. Coll. this college : - The Rev. T. Walker, M.A., fellow on the

Trio., Coll. Joh., Mr. Stuart, Chr. Resp. Mr. Beynon, foundation ; C. Davidson, M.A., fell. on King Edw. VIth's

Magd.; Oppon. Mr. Serjeantson, Cath., Mr. Wrench, Corp., foundation; and the Rev. E. A. Powell, fell. on Finch and

Mr. Hanson, Cai. Resp. Mr. Brooks, Trin.; Oppon. Coll. Baines' foundation.

Regal., Coll. Trin., Coll. Joh. Resp. Mr. Tooth, Trin.; The Rev. R. W. Stoddart, M.A., of Jesus, and vicar of

Oppon. Mr. Berkley, Chr., Mr. Brooke, Cath., Mr. ThornHundon, Suffolk, has just been presented by the inha

ton, Corp. bitants of Solihull, near Birmingham, with an elegant silver Resp. in Jur. Civ. Mr. Kindersley, Trin.; Oppon. Mr. tea-pot and cream-jug, in testimony of their esteem and Creswell, Emm., Mr. Venables, Jes. gratitude for his late services as curate of that parish. Resp. in Medic. Mr. Wollaston, Cai. ; Oppon. Mr. Price, COMBINATION PAPER, 1839.

Emm., Mr. Lockley, Cai.
Prior Comb.--August 4, Coll. Joh.; 11, Mr. Hopper,

DUBLIN.
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DURHAM. Appointments.—The following gentlemen were nomi Bigge, J. F.; Robinson, C.; Wilson, M. E. CLASS VIII.: nated by the warden to their respective offices :

Brooksbank, J.; Dacre, G.; Guise, G. C. ; Jones, C. S. Rev. T. W. Peile, M.A., and Rev. C. T. Whitley, M.A., to be proctors for the ensuing year. The senior

EXAMINATION FOR TIIE DEGREE OF M.A., AND FIRST

EXAMINATION FOR STUDENTS IN THEOLOGY. proctor, J. Thomas, B.C.L., and the Rev. J. Burdon, M.A., to be examiners at the first and second public Examiners.-The same as above. examinations in arts. The professor of mathematics,

CLASSICAL AND GENERAL LITERATURE. the lecturer in chemistry, and Mr. T. Sopwith, to be examiners at the first and second public examinations in

Class III.-Elliot, W. H. civil engineering

Blair, J., B.A.; Boydell, E. N. V. ; Campbell, L., B.A.;

Dalton, T., B.A.; Douglas, A. ; Dupré, S.; Heriot, G., FINAL EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF B.A. B.A. ; Hill, G.; Napleton, G.; Norval, W.; Pearson, EASTER TERM, 1839.

J. G.; Sisson, W.; Thompson, M., B.A.
Examiners. The professor of mathematics ; J. Thomas,
B.C.L. ; the Rev. G. H. S. Johnson, M.A., fell. of Queen's

EXAMINATION IN THEOLOGY-EASTER TERM, 1839. college, Oxford, and Savilian professor of Astronomy;

Examiners.-The professor of Greek; the Rev. G. Pears and the Rev. J. Carr, M.A., late sell, of Ball., Oxford. son, B.D., Christian advocate in the Univ. of Cambridge ;

and the Rev. J. Collinson, M.A. CLASSICAL AND GENERAL LITERATURE.

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