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upon the merits of his Redeemer, or attachment was, in a more than more earnestly sought direction, and ordinary degree, warm and constant: strength, and comfort from the and to them his death is no ordinary Spirit of wisdom and holiness. No loss: to those in particular who were man at the same time saw more familiar with him from the days of keenly through the delusions of boyhood, it has caused a void, fanaticism; or could better 'dis. which will never be filled up. tinguish between genuine and coun- Quick-sighted as he was in general, terfeit religion.

he was singularly blind in discerning To the Churcb of England he was their failings; at least he confined his most zealously and steadily attach discerument, in this case, most ed; because he believed it to be the closely within his own bosom. To Church of God; and the most effec- assist them by his counsel, or more tual instrument under Providence, active exertions, he was always for. of maintaining and extending Christ's ward; and would often indeed be kingdom upon earth. But though looking out for, and promoting their he would sometimes express himself interests without their koowledge. io strong general terms of its adver- No occasional differences of feeling, saries, he was ever ready to shew to or contentions of rivalry, were rethem individually the most conci- membered by him for a moment, liatory kindness; and to make the when a friend had need of his serlargest allowance for what he would vices. No zeal then appeared to him willingly regard as involuntary error. too ardent, no efforts excessive. Fixed in his own faith, he knew not To the poor he was liberal, to the how to limit his charity for the utmost extent of his means. He wanderings of others.

pursued indeed, in this respect, a In the pulpit he was earnest, practice, which all who would pereloquent, and persuasive. He mana- form this duty habitually, will do ged a voice naturally weak and de- well to imitate the practice of refective, so as to make it heard where gularly setting aside a certain pormany stronger ones would have failed. tion of his income for charitable To vigour of thought, he joined a purposes. copiousness and force of language, In a word, when we contemplate a felicity of illustration, an impres- tbe shortness of the career which siveness of manner, and a power of this excellent man was permitted applying his subject to the con- to run ; when we remember the science, which at once won the at- bright prospects of good to himself tention, and touched the heart. and others, which his untimely Though he would by no means keep death has blasted, we have need of back “ the terrors of the Lord," all that humility and faith can teach where it was necessary to set them us, to learn unrepining submission forth, it was by motives of love, to the will of an unsearchable Prorather than of fear, that he delighted vidence. But when we look at the to win men over to the Gospel of large measure of practical piety and peace.

useful exertion which he was enaIn the discharge of the social bled to fill up within so short a duties he was most exemplary. As period, we see abundant cause to a son, he was surpassed by none in bless the goodness which raised up the attentions of love and reverence: so efficient a minister of truth and as a brother, he joined authority to holiness, now departed this life in kindness; as a husband--but in this God's faith and fear; and to imcapacity, alas! little more was per. plore grace for ourselves, so to folmitted to him than to receive with Fow his good example, that with him affectionate gratitude the unwearied we may be partakers of the hea. miuistrations of tenderness. To his venly kingdom, for Jesus Christ's friends (and no mán had more) his 'sake. REMEMBRANCER, No. 68.

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On Suoday, the 25th, the rev. C. Lips. Lempriere, E. to the rectory of Meeth,

comb, D.D. late follow of New college, Devon; Patron, F. D. Lempriere, Oiford, Lord Bishop of Jamaica, and M.A. the rev. W. H. Coleridge, D.D. late Ley, C. late fellow of Balliol college, Os. student of Christ Church, Oxford, ford, and vicar of Bere Regis, Dorset, Lord Bishop of Barbadoes and the to be under master of Blundell's Free Leeward Islands, were consecrated at Grammar School, Tiverton. Lambeth chapel. The sermon on the oce Marriott, G. P. vicar of Eynesford, Kent, 'casion was preached by the rev. A. M. and rector of Haseleigh, Esser, to be a Campbell, M.A.

minor canon of Canterbury cathedral. Bull, J. B.D. to be a canon residen- Metcalf, F. M.A. rector of Kirkbride,

tiary of Exeter; Patron, the LORD Cambridge, to the vicarage of Rigton, BISHOP.

in the East Riding of Yorkshire; PaBlomfield, J. of Emmanuel college, Cam- tron, Sir WM. STRICKLAND, Bart. ., · bridge, to be one of the domestic chap. Mirehouse, T. H. M.A. to the prebend of

lains to the Lord Bisbop of Chester. South Grantham, in the Church of Cobbold, E, M.A. to the rectory of Wat. Salisbury; Patron, the BISHOP.

lington, Norfolk; Patron, C. B. PLES. Moore, R. B.A. to the rectory of Cley, TOW, Esq.

next the Sea, Norfolk. Copleston, J. B. M.A. to be a prebendary Parr, J. O. B.A. to the vicarage of Duru

of Exeter ; Patron, the LORD Bishop. ford, Wilts. Donne, H. vicar of Cranborne, Dorset, Pott, J. H. M.A. archdeacon of London,

and rector of Boscombe, Wilts, to be to the vicarage of Kensington; Patron, domestic chaplain to the Dowager the LORD Bishop of LONDON. Marchioness of Salisbury.

Richards, G. D.D. to the vicarage of Empson, R. B.A. of St. John's college, St. Martin in the Fields ; Patron, the

Cambridge, to the perpetual curacy of LORD BISHOP of LONDON
West Butterwick, Lincolnshire.

Rogers, T. M.A. late fellow of Sidney Stus Gale, J. of Angersleigh, to be vicar of sex college, Cambridge, to be head masTaunton St. James.

ter of the Free Grammar School, at Goodenough, E. D.D. late student of Ch. Walsall.

Ch. head master of Westminster school, Smith, J. B. head master of Horncastle and sub-almoner to his Majesty, to the Grammar School, to the rectory of

prebendall stall of Warthili, in the Ca, Martin, near Horncastle ; Patrons, the - thedral church of York; Patron, his TRUSTEES of the late J.OLDHAM, Esq. · Grace the ARCHBISHOP of YORK. Sparke, J. H. M.A. prebendary of Ely, Hodgson, very rev. Robert, D.D. dean of registrar of the diocese of Ely; stew

Carlisle, to be chaplain general to the ard of the Manor Courts; rector of · Forces.

Stretham, in the Isle of Ely; rector Holmes, J. M.A. rector of Colesborne, to of Cottenham, in the same diocese;

the perpetual curacy of Compton Ab rector of Littlebury, Essex ; and dodale, Gloucestershire ; Patrons, the mestic chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Dean and CHAPTER Of BRISTOL

Ely; to the chancellorship of the dioHowman, G. E. M.A. vicar of Sonning, cese of Ely; Patron, his father, the

Berks, and domestic chaplain to the LORD BISHOP os ELY. Marquis of Lotbian, to the mastership Spry, J. H. minister of Christ church, of the Hospital of St. Nicholas, Salis- Birmingham, to the ministry of the new bury; Patron, the LORD Bishop of that church, erecting in Langham-place, Diocese.

London. Jenyns, L. to the perpetual curacy of Stebbing, H. B.A. to the perpetual curacy West Dereham, Norfolk ; Patron, the of Ilketshall, St. Laurence, Norfolk. Rev. GEORGE LEONARD JENYNS, Pre. Taylor, H. of Kensington, and late of bendary of Ely.

Lincoln college, Oxford, to the rectory Jones, A, B.A. of St.John's college, Oxford, of Stoke, near Grantham, Lincolnshire;

to be second master of the Cathedral Patron, the late Rev. Mr. RENNELL, school, Hereford; Patrons, the DEAN Vicar of Kensington. and CHAPTER.

Wilkinson, J. M. A. of St. John's college, King, hon, and rev. Mr. to the rectory of Cambridge, sub-master of St. Saviour's

Chesterford, Esser ; Patron, the KING. Grammar School, Southwark, to be bead Lan, H. to the archdeaconry of Richmond, master of the Grammar School, Alder- in the diocese of Chester; also to the : ham, Herts.

rectory of West Camell, in the diocese Wilson, W. D.D. fellow of Queen's college, of Bath and Wells; Patron to both Oxford, to the rectory of Oakely, in

preferments, the LORD CHANCELLOR. the county of Southampton, and also Lempriere, F. D. M.A. to the rectory of to the vicarage of St. Cross, in the town Newton St. Petrock, Devon, on his own of Southampton ; Patrons, the Provost petition.

and FELLOWS of Queen's College.

June 30.


- June 26.

The rey. James Ingram, B.D. rector Degrees conferred, June 30.

of Rotherfield Grays, in this county, Hon. DOCTORS IN CIVIL LAW.-Hon.

Anglo-Saxon professor from 1803 to 1808, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Alexander Hope, M.P.

keeper of the University Archives from K.G.C.B.; J. Fane, esg. M.P.; and P. 1815 to 1818, and late feilow of Trinity Gell, esq.

college, was approved by the Bishop of July 2.

Winchester, the Visitor (on the nominaDOCTOR IN Civil Law.- Rev. J. W. tion of the fellows) as president of that Fea, Magdalen.

society. The living of Rotherfield Grays BACHELOR IN DIVINIY.-Rev.W.Wheel is in the gift of the president and fellows er, Magdalen. .

of the above college. MASTERS OF ARTS. – Rev. J. Sneyd, Brasenose, and C. Porcher, esq. Oriel,

Mr. John P. Lightfoot, B.A. Mr. Frangrand compounders ; A. Thomas, Wor

cis Fulford, both of Exeter college, and cester ; 'rev. R. Smith, and C. Drewitt, Mr. Martin, of Oriel college, were electPemb.; rev. W. C. Risley, and rev. W. ed fellows of Exeter college, on the De. Bury, New coll.; rev. C. Candy, and rev.

vonshire foundation. H. Gibbs, Lincoln ; W. Beresford, St. The rev. Thomas Finlow, B.A. and the Mary h.; rev. R. Sneyd, W. Hutchinson, rev. Charles J. Hume, B.A. scholars of and W. H. Walton, Brasenose ; J. Har

Wadham college, were admitted fellows, ling, Magdalen ; rev. T. Kitsop, Exeter; and Mr. Fdward Blencowe, Mr. Hill, C. Ross, esq. Christ Ch. M.P. rev. R. and Mr. Griffith, were elected scholars Yarker, and rev. M. C. Bolton, Queen's; of tbat society. and rev. H. T. Powell, Oriel.

July 6. BACHELORS OF ARTS.-C.C. Barton, A Convocation was bolden, for the pur. esq. Christ Ch. and J. T. Tamberlain, pose of electing a Clinical professor in esq. · Trin. grand compounders; A. W. the room of Dr. Wall, deceased, when Lechmere, and J.W. Heory, Pemb.; J. E. Dr. Bourne, lato fellow of Worcester col. Gray, Christ Ch.; H. J. Passand, St. Al lege, and Aldrichian professor of the ban h.: J. Horsford, Queen's ;' and w. practice of physic, was elected without Thorpe, Merton.

opposition. July 6.

July 8. · BACHELOR AND DOCTOR IN DIVINITY: Thomas Sweet Escott, B.A. of Balliol -Rev. R. Hewitt, Brasenose.

college, was elected fellow of Lincoln July 9.

college. DOCTOR IN DIVINITY.-Rev. W. Wil.

July 10. son; Queen's.

The last day of Act Term, the rev: BACHELOR AND DOCTOR IN Divinity:

Septimus Collinson, D.D. provost of -Rev. T. Knox, Brasenose.

Queen's college, was unanimously reBACHELOR IN DIVINITY.-Rev. W. H. elected Lady Margaret's professor of di. Bury, St. John's.

vioity on the expiration of two years. MASTER OF ARTS. Rev. T. Finlow,

July 15. Wadham.

James Garbett, B.A. of Brasenose col. BACA ELOR OF MUSIC.-B. Blyth, Mag- lege, was elected fellow of Queen's college dalen.

on Mr. Michell's foundation, and John BACHELOR OF ARTS.-F. E. Baker, St. Atkinson Fulton, exhibitioner on the Alban hall.

same foundation. July 10.

His Majesty's Gold and Silver Modals DOCTOR IN DIVINITY.-Rev.J.Ingram, were adjudged as follow:President of Trin.

English Essay.-" The vast and unliBACHELOR IN MEDICINE.-C.J.Bishop, mited regions of learning should be freSt. Mary hall.

quently contemplated” – Mr. WordsMASTERS OF ARTS.--Rev. W. Williams,

worth, a Gold Medal. All Souls'; rev. W. Lee, Brasenose ; and Latin Verse._" Delphis oracula cesJ. Gray, Oriel.

sant:" Mr. Fisher, a Gold Medal." E BACHELORS OF ARTS.-Rev. W. Fan. prima Ciceronis in Catalinam Oratione;" ning, Magdalen hall; T. Mason, Christ Mr. Grant, a Silver Medal.--"From DeCh.; J. Sloper, Queen's; and T. Noel, mosthenes on the Crown :" Mr. StacMerton.

poole, a Silver Medal. The whole number of Degrees in Act CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY. Term was-D.D. seven; D.C.L. incor.

Degrees conferred July 1. porated ope; B.D. eight; B.C.L. one; BACHELOR IN DIVINITY. - Rev. J. B. Med. one; M.A. eighty-three; B. Mus. Morton, St. John. one: B.A. eighty-nine; incorporated MASTERS OF ARTS.-B. Haworth, and B.A. one; Matriculations, eighty-three; rev. W. Corbett, Trin.; rev. I. P. New. Regents for the year, iwo hundred and byt and rev, J.D. Wintle, St. John; H. nino.

J. Perry, Jesus.

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