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Oriel; J. Trollope, and G. H. Woods, of Queen's college, were elected scholars,

and H. Davidson, of St. Alban hall, ex-
June 18.

hibitioner of the same society. DOCTORS IN Divinity.-Rev. W. H.

June 16. Coleridge, Christ Church, and Bishop of

The rev. W. R. Davies, M.A. was Barbadoes, and rev. J. Stedman, Pemb.

elected fellow, and Mr. W. P. Powell, June 23.

scholar of Worcester college, on Sir T. BACHELORS IN DIVINITY.-Rev. C. H. Cooke's foundation. Collyns, Balliol, and rev. D. Evans, Jesus.

June 17. BACHELORS OF ARTS.--E. Jones, Jesus, Mr. R. Gresswell, B.A. was elected and I. J. Horlock, Queen's.

fellow, and Mr. W. D. Harrison, scholar June 25.

of the same college, on the foundation

of Mrs. S. Eaton. DOCTOR IN DIVINITY.-Rev.C.H. Collyns, B.D. Balliol, and head master of The Chancellor's Prizes for this year Exeter school.

have been adjudged as follows: MASTER OF ARTS.-Rev. T. Harrison,

Latin Essay.

“ Coloniarum apud St. Mary h. and rev. W. Knight, Exeter,

Græcos et Romanos inter se Comparagrand compounders; rev. W.C. Thomp

tio.” E. B. Pusey, B.A. of Christ Church,

now fellow of Oriel college. son, Wadham; rev. F. Kilvert, and H. A. Holden, Worcester; E. D. Slade, and

English Essay.--"Athens in the time rev. H. A. Browne, Queen's ; G. Radcliffe,

of Pericles, and Rome in the time of AuSt. Mary k.; W. S. Gillett, and J. Gal.

gustus.” W. R. Churton, B.A. of Queen's loway, Exeter; T. Lloyd, Christ Ch.; rev.

college, now fellow of Oriel college.

Latin Verses. J.C.Girardot, and hon. H. A.Rous, Brase

Babylon." R. W. nose ; W. Pole, and J. W. Egerton,


commoner of Balliol ; and rev. J. Grassett, University.


English Verse." The Arch of Titus."
BacuELORS OF ARTS.-M. H. G. Buc-
Kle, Wadham ; W. H. West, Worcester ;

J. T. Hope, commoner of Christ church.

The names of those candidates, who G.Dundas, C. C.Walker, and W. Church

at the close of the public examination ward, Exeter; T. H. Dyke, Christ Ch. ;

this term, were admitted by the public rev. J. C. Pring, Jesus; G. R. Port, and

examiners into the first and second C. M. Milner, Brasenose; P. W. Powlett, classes of Literæ Humaniores and Disci., and G.D.A. Tyler, Trinity;H, D. Goring, plinæ Mathematicæ et Physicæ respecW. F. Harrison, demy, and J. H. Gray, tively, according to the alphabetical arMagdalen; W. R. Bernard, Balliol; H. Stoncman, and A. Whalley, Pembroke;

rangement in each class prescribed by

the statute, stand as follow:and J. Wbite, and J. Hill, Oriel.

In the First Class of Literæ Humaniores.
May 27.
The following gentlemen of Westmin-

J. P. Lightfoot, Exeter; T. Medland, ster school, were admitted Students of Corpus Christi; R. Michell, Wadham Christ Church: D. Smith, W. L. Brown,

J. Sandford, Balliol ; R. Sankey, Corpus J.G. Phillimore, and H. Sauuders, esqrs.

Christi. and the Hon. W. P. Amherst.

In the First Class of Disciplinæ MathemaJune 5.

tice et Physicæ. Mr. L. A. Sharp, Mr. T. F. Laurence, W. Robertson, Exeter. and Mr. G. Adams, were admitted Scho.

In the Second Class of Lit. Humaniores. lars, and M. V. K. Child, Exhibitioner

W. R. Bernard, Balliol; T. B. Brett, of St. John's college, from Merchant

Christ ch.; M. H. G. Buckle, Wadham; Taylors' school, London.

J. M. Calvert, Oriel ; H. Cary, Worces.; June 9.

P. Coles, Wadham; G. Dundas, Exeter ; In Convocation, the rev. C. Davies, E. Hawkins, Balliol ; J. Hordon, ExM.A. Fellow of Pembroke college, the eter; W. H. G. Langton, Magd.; J. rev. 0. Owen, M.6. Fellow of Jesus col. Menzies, Corpus Christi ; F. Oakeley, lege, and the rev. R. W. Jell, M... Fel. Christ ch. ; P.W. Powlett, Trin. ; C. P. low of Oriel college, were nominated Price, Pemb.; J. H. H. Tuckfield, Oriel ; Masters of the schools.

E. J. Wingfield, Christ ch.
June 12.

Literæ Humaniores.
Mr. C. Palairet, Exhibitioner of

N. Best, Balliol ; A. Bloxham, S. But-
Queen's college, was elected scholar on

ler, Worces ; H. E. Chamberlain, Exeter; the Michel's or New Foundation.

J.G. Capleston, Oriel ; J. Cox, St. Mary June 14.

h.; 0. J. Cresswell, Corpus Christi; E. The rev. J. Smith, M.A. scholar of Dix, Exeter; D. J. Eyre, Oriel; C. Trinity college, was elected fellow of that Floyer, Trin. ; F. Fulford, w. B. L. society; Mr. G. Dowell, (exhibitioner Hawkins, Exeter; T. Hope, Univer. ; or the same college) and W. J. Copeland, G. Kent, Corpus Christi; J. T. Mansel,



Christ Church; W. G. Meredilb, Brase.

Latin Ode.-Subject, nose ; 8. S. Palmer, Exeter ; B. R. Per- Aleppo Urbs, Syriæ terræ motu funditus kins, Lincoln ; J. Perkins, Hon. T. A. Powys, L. Purbrick, Christ church; M. · To Benj. Hall Kennedy, St. John's. G. Sarjant, 2u. ; F. A. Sterky, Christ

Epigrams.-Subject, church; R. C. Thomas, Ereter; G, H,

Scribimus indocti doctique Woods, Wadham.

To Winthrop Mackworth Praed, TriMathemat. et Phys.

nity. D. J. Eyre, Oriel.

The Porson prize for the best translaThe number of gentlemen to whom tion of a passage from Sbakspeare into testimoniums for Degrees were granted, Greek verse, was adjudged to Benj. Ilall but who were not admitted into either of Kennedy, of St. John's. the Classes, amounted to 138.

Subject,- Merchant of Venice, Act iv. Wm. Mason, esq. M.A. of Clare Hall, Sc. 1. beginning with Cambridge, has been admitted ad eumdem.

* Of a strange nature is the suit you folCAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY.

low," Deyrees conferred May 26.

and onding with MASTER OF ARTS.-J. Hill, esq. Jesus. Shylock.--The penalty and forfeit of ray

BACHELOR OF ARTS.-G. Maxwell, St. bond.” John's.

(From want of room the ORDINATIONS June 4.

are unavoidably postponed till our next Doctor ÎN CIVIL LAW.-Rev. D. G. Number.] Wait, St. John's, (compounder.) BackELOR OF Akts. — G. A. Paske,


June 11.

Married. The rev. Thomas Barber,
BACHELORS IN DIVINITY.-J. Jec, B.D. rector of Houghton Conquest, to Frances,
Queen's, comp. ; L. C. Powys, C.C.C.; eldest daughter of the rev. Dr. Moore,
R. Gwatkin, St. Joh. (comp.); R. N. of Thurleigh, Beds.
Adams, Sid. ; J. W, Whittaker, St. Joh. ;

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. B. Michell, Emm.; W. L. P. Garnons, Died.-In the 79th year of his age, the Sid. ; G. Pearson, St. Joh. ; C. Smith, rev. Richard Bevie, of March, in the Isle Christ; J. Garrett, St. Peter's..

of Ely, the place of his nativity. MASTERS OF ARTS.-Rev. T. Wood,

CORNWALL. Magd. ; H. Engleheart, Caius.

Died.-At Penzance, the rev. Jolin BAOU ELORS IN PHYSIC. - G. Shaw, Jago, M.A. of Exeter college, Oxford, Cains ; H. S. Roots, Jesus.

and of Milton Abbot, Devon. LICENTIATE IN PaysIC.-E. Lambert,


Married. - Rev. R. A. St. Leger, of BACHELOR OF ARTS.-A. Smith, St. Star Cross, near Exeter, to Charlotte, seJohn's.

cond daughter of Sir Jobo Frederick. May 27.

DERBYSHIRE E. Jacob, esq. M. A. was elected a so- Married, at Smalley, the rev. J. Blannior fellow of Caius coll. ; and E. Guest, chard, jun. of Middleton, near Bererloy, esq. B.A. and J. P. Corey, esq. B.A. Yorkshire, to Ann, daughter of John were elected junior fellows of the samo Radford, esq. of Smalley. society.

June 4,

Married. The rev. Richard Pennell, The Chancellor's Gold Medal for the M.A. of Lyme, Dorset, to Rebecca Maria best English poem, by a resident under- Hammett, relict of Richard Hammelt, graduate, was adjudged to Winthrop esq. and daughter of the late Charles Mackworth Praed, scholar of Trin. coll. Bowle, esq. of East Sheen, Surrey, Subject, ATUENS.

June 11.

Married. — At Rickling, the rev. F. The. rev. G. Gaskin, D.D. of Oxford, Horsley, rector of Matching, to Anno prebendary of Ely, and late secretary to

Jane, daughter of J. P. Judd, esq. The Society for Promoting Christian

GLOUCESTERSHÍRE. Knowledge, was adınitted ad eundem of

Married.--At Miserden, the rev. T. this University.

Gordon Westfaling Freston, of EdgJune 19.

worth, to Emily, second daughter of John Sir William Browpe's gold medals

Mills, esq. of the former place. wore adjudged as follows:


--Al Umberlorne, the rev. J. R.

Greek Odo.Subject,

-Ω παίδες Ελλήνων ίτε

Married. The rev. C.Carr, rector of Ελευθερούτε πατρίδ, ελευλερoύτε δε

Headbourne Worthy, and of Burnby, Ilaioac, yuvaixas-viv ünlp túytwvảywr. Yorkshire, to Miss Allisone, of knows

To Benj. Hall Kennedy, St. John's. thorpe House,

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OXFORDSHIRE. Married.—At Bayford church, the rev. Married.At St. Giles's church, by the H. Walter, B.D. F.R.S. fellow of St. rev. J. Ball, the rev. Joseph Hewlett, of John's coll. Camb., and professor in the Peppard, near Henley-on-Thames, and East India coll. Hertford, to Emily Anne, of Worcester college, in this university, youngest daughter of the late W. Baker, to Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest daughter csq. of Bayfordbury.

of Mr. T. Hewlett, of the city of Oxford. KENT.

Died.--In Trinity college, in the 63d Died. -At Blackheath, while on a visit year of his age, the rev. Thoms Lee, to a friond, in the 44th year of his age, D.D. president of that society. the rev. John Josias Conybeare, M.A.

SOMERSETSHIRE. prebendary of York, and vicar of Bathe- Married. At St. Nicholas' church, aston, in the county of Somerset, which Bristol, the rev. Thomas Gregory, of living is in the gift of the dead and chap. London, to Mary, daughter of Peter ter of Christ Church, Oxford. Mr. Cony- Maze, Esq. of Bristol. beare was elected student of that society, At Trull, the rev. D. S. Stone, to Isa from Westminster college, in the year bella Anne, eldest daughter of the lato 1797 ; was professor of Anglo-Saxon from Captain T. Elphinstone, R. N. of Belair 1808 to 1812 ; professor of poetry from house, Devon. 1812 to 1821; and the last Bampton lec

SUFFOLK. turer. He was the son of the rev. Dr. Died.--At Ipswich, in bis 80th year, Conybeare,rector of Bishopsgate, London, the rev. Thomas Reeve, rector of Brockand grandson of the rev. Dr.J.Conybeare, ley, and perpetual curate of Ilkelshall rector of Exeter college, from 1730 to St. Laurence, both in Suffolk. The rec1733, when he was chosen dean of Christ tory is in the gift of Josbua Grigby, esq. Church, and held that situation to his

SURREY. death in 1756.

Died. At tbe parsonage, East HorseLINCOLNSHIRE.

ley, aged 70, the rev. John Owen, B.A. Married. The rev. R. Wright, B.A. rector of the above place, and of St. curate of Swineshead, near Boston, to Bennet's, Paul's Wharf, London, archElizabeth, eldest daughter of E. Purdon, deacon of Richmond, and chaplain genecsq.

ral to his Majesty's forces. Died.-At Welby, near Grantham, aged

SUSSEX. 72, the rev. W. Dodwell, rector of Welby Married.-At Brighton, the rev. J. and Stoke Rochford.

Wood, of Newton Hail, Middlewich, CheMIDDLESEX.

shire, to Mary, third daughter of the late Married.--At Lambeth,the rev. Edward J. Nugent, esq. of Clay-hill, Epsom, and Allen, of Blackheath, to Anne, the only niece of the late right hon. Edm. Burke. daughter of William Whitton, esq. of

WILTS. Stockwell Common.

Married. At the Cathedral, Sarum, At Mary-le-bone church, the rev. E. by the rev. Herbert IIawes, D.D. preCobbold, of Bloxhall, Suffolk, to Louisa, bendary, the rev. Henry Playsted Jeston, third daughter of the late rev. J. D. Ples- son of the rev H. Jeston, rector of Avon tow, of Orchard-street, Portman-square, Dassett, Warwickshire, to Elizabeth Purand Watlington, Norfolk.

vis, second daughter of the late William At Mary-le-bone church, the rev. Wm. Eyre, esq. of Newhouse, Wilts. Robinson, son of sir J. Anderson, bart.

WORCESTERSHIRE. to the bon. Susannah Sophia Flower, Died. At King's Norton, the Rer. eldest daugliter of Viscount Ashbrook, Hugh Edwards, upwards of 40 years mi.

At St. George's, Bloomsbury, the rev. nister of that place. John Bayly, M.A. vicar of St. Merin,

WALES. Cornwall, and rector of Chilthorne Dorner, Married — The rev. Watkin Edwards, Somersetshire, to Mary, eldest daughter curate of Llamblethian, Glamorganshire, of Thomas Valentine Cooke, Esq. of to Miss Sarah Powell, of Cwmusk, BreHertford-street, May-fuir.

conshire. Died. At Chelsea, aged 67, the rev.

IRELAND. J. Dixon, rector of Sullington, Sur. Married.-At Dublin, by his father, rey.

(the Lord Bishop of Cloyne) the rev. In New North-street, Red Lion-square, Archdeacon Warburton, to Alicia, youngin the 93d year of his age, the rev. Edw. est daughter of the late T. B. Isaac, esq. Garden, rector of Kington, Wilts, and of Holywood House, county of Down. nearly sixty years reader to Gray's Inn.


Married.--At Cronstadt, by the rev. E. Died.-At South Walsham Rectory, Law, the rev. R. W. Blackmore, chaplain aged 71, the rev. John Hunt, B.D. rector to the Russian Company at that place, to of that parish.

Mrs. Henbry, relict of John Henbry, esq. NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

of Archangel, and daughter of the lato Died. At Tuxford, aged 70, the rev. Andrew Elliott, esq. rear admiral in G. Waddington, vicar of that place. H. I. M. service.



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Minister of Denmark. By Dr. Munter. A Sermon, preached at the Anniversary Translated from the German in 1774, by Meeting of the Stewards of the Sons of the Rev, Mr. Wendeborn. With an In. the Clergy in the Cathedral Church of St. troduction and Notes, by T. Rennell, B.D. Paul's, May 15, 1823. By the Rev. G. F.R.S. Vicar of Kensington, and Prebend D'Oyly, D.D. Rector of Lambeth, and of of South Grantham, in the Church of SaSuodridge, Kent. 4to. 1s. 6d.

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WORKS IN THE PRESS. The Rev. Thomas Huntingford has in and Bibliographical, intended as a Guide the Press, a Manual for the Sick ; con

to the Consultation of the most useful taining Prayers, and a Selection of Psalms Writers on Biblical Subjects, By Wilarranged in such a manner as may render liam Orme, Author of the Life of Jolm the reading them to the Sick more conve

Owen, D.D. will be published carly in nient and advantageous.

July, in one Vol. 8vo. The Rev. Mr. Powlett will shortly pub- An Inquiry into the Sense in which our lish Christian Truths, in a Series of Let- Saviour Jesus Christ is declared by St, ters, on the Trinity, the Atonement, Re- Paul to be the Son of God. Io Two Ser. generation, Predestination, and on the mons preached before the University of indifference to Religion, embracing the Oxford ; to which are added, Observa. material points of the Tenets of the tions on some Passages in Mr. Belsham's Church of England.

Translation and Exposition of the EpisA Work, entitled Bibliotheca Biblica, tles of Paul the Apostle. By the Rev. a Select List of Books on Sacred Litera. John Hume Spry, Minister of Christ ture; with notices Biographical, Critical, Church, Birmingham.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENT. We beg to assure S. S. that the omission, of which he complains, was purely accidental ; and shared by him with others. We are under too great obligations to our Correspondents, to treat any with disrespect. We may doubt the expediency of inserting a communication, but for the communication itself we are bound to be thankful.

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struction from the parents, he seems

immediately to have recognized in Luke ii, 29–32.

the lowly infant, that Person, to

whose coming he had been taught Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart by God to look forward with hope

mine eyes have seen thy salvation, which and faith. Accordingly he gives thon bast prepared before the face of his testimony to the Divine character all people; a light to lighten the Gen- of Jesus, he openly proclaims him tiles, and the glory of thy people Israel. the Saviour of mankind, crying out,

in the words of the text, “ Lord, THESE are the words of the devout now lettest thou thy servant depart Simeon, on his entering into the in peace, for mine eyes have seen temple at Jerusalem, and beholding thy salvation." the cbild Jesus. It was the custom

Such was the pious confidence of of the Jews, as we read in a pre. the holy Simeon-with such joyful ceding verse of the chapter, at a rapture did he hail the birth of our certain time after the birth, to bring blessed Lord. He rejoiced that their male children and present them life had been spared to him to be. to the Lord. In conformity with hold the truly blissful event, which this established usage, Jesus was it had now been his lot to see ac. now presented in the temple. complished. All other things he Simeon, by the inspiration of God, considered as nothing in compawas led to the same place at the rison with this great joy; having same time. It had been revealed witnessed this, he was content to to him by the Holy Ghost, that he die; he felt that he should depart should not see death, before he had in peace; that nothing remained seen the Lord's Christ. Full of

now to attach him to this life-that this expectation, and relying on he had obtained all the comfort he the secret revelation from God, he desired. also entered into the temple : and Here indeed was a subject of sin

as he beheld the holy cere and ardent joy. To behold child Jesus, he took him up in his that, to which, through a length of arms, and blessed God that he now

time, we have stretched our distant saw that day of joy, to which he anxious hopes, is in itself a source had so long and anxiously looked of the greatest pleasure. But when forward. Without any previous in. the consideration of real and solid REMEMBRANCER, No. 68.

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