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of necessity have been selected ; and it church at the time were thereby greatly may be proper to be known, that the encouraged and increased. A conduct, I grounds upon which that selection has mpist add, by which the feelings of some been made appear, by all the evidence to persons then in the congregation must be fully justified, and made out in favoor have been grossly offended, and their devoof Mr, Hatchard. From the result of tions shamefully disturbed." that evidence, carefully and very delibe- The Court then proceeded to adjudge rately examined, it is impossible for me to to Henry Hatchard that he be suspended say that this person has pot been guilty of ab ingressu Ecclesiæ for the space of one the irreverent and improper conduct and be, month from Wednesday, the 13th : and that haviour charged against him; and nothing he be condemned with costs. The Court can more directly fall within the meaning expressed a hope that Mr. Hatchard would of the statute, than the words which were be sensible of the lenity shewn him in this used by him in addressing himself to the sentence, which it was indnced to do from Rev. W. J. Rodber. It also appears to the circumstance of his being by trade an me that, not only by this impropriety and undertaker. irreverence of conduct, that gentleman The sentence was read in the parish was greatly annoyed and impeded in the church of St. Margaret yesterday, daring performance of his proper duties ; but that the morning service, the tumult and disorder that existed in the
ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Baker, J. M.A. chancellor of the diocese Jenour, Henry, to the rectory of Epper,
of Durham, to the living of St. Mary ston, Nottinghamshire. the Less, in Durham ; patron, the King, Samuel, M.A. to the rectory of the LORD CHANCELLOR.
free chapel of Eastmanstead, Bucks.; Barnes, H. domestic chaplain to the patron, LORD Geo. H. A. CAVENDISH. Marquis of Westmeath, to the vicarage Lloyd, Charles, D.D. preacher at Line of Monmouth; patron, the Duke of coln's Inn, and student of Christ BEAUFORT.
Church, Oxford ; is appointed canon Beckett, George, M.A. to the vicarage of of Christ Church, and regius professor Gainsborough, and prebend of Corring
of divinity; patron, TuS KING. Also ham; patron, the Bishop of LINCOLN, to the living of Barstead cum Bognor, Buxton, George Pocock, to tho valuable Sussex ; patron, the ARCHBISHOP OP living of Mildenhall."
CANTERBURY. Collier, C. curate of Shotley, Suffolk, to Lynam, Robert, M.A. to be assistant
the livings of Humbledon and Branston, chaplain to the Magdalen Charitable Rutlandshire; patrons, the Dean and Institution. CHAPTER of LINCOLN.
Michell, William, M.A. to the vicarago Cooke, William, M.4. of New college, and of Compton Dundon ; patron, the rev.
succentor of Hereford Cathedral, to DR. MICHELL be one of the domestic chaplains to Monk, J. H. B.D. regius professor of the Right Hon, Lord Viscount Moles Greek in the University of Cambridge, worth.
to tho deanery of Peterborough ; paDavies, Thomas, to the vicarage of Llan tron, THE KING saint fraed, Radnorshire,
Noble, Richard, to the vicarage of Whal De winy, Edward, M.A. of Jesus college, ley, Lane. patron, the ARCHBISHOP
Cambridge, to the consolidated reo OF CANTERBURY. tories of East and West Rainham, Rawlings, William, to the rectory of Norfolk; patron, WILLIAX AINGIE, Lansallos, Cornwall
Rolleston, John, to the vicarage of Bur. Edge, W. B.A. to the rectory of Nedging, ton Joyce, Nottinghamshire. on his own petition.
Whittaker, J. W. M.A. domestic chapFootitt, J. to the vicarage of Branby in lain to the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Willows, near Newark
to the vicarage of Blackburn ; patron, Hereford, very rev. the dean of, to a
the ARCHBISHOP. prebendal stall in that cathedral ; pa. tron, the BISHOP OF HEREFORD.
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD. Holiwell, George Marshall, to the rec· tory of Swallow, Lincolnshire ; patron,
Degrees conferred January 28. LORD YARBOROUGH.
MASTERS OF Arts. — Joseph Palmer Hook, Walter Farquhar, B.A. student of Griffith, fellow of Wadham college ;
Christ Church, 0.cfórd, and son of Richard Bethell, scholar of Wadham coba archdeacon Hook, of Winchester Ca. clege, and Vinerian scholar of Common thedral, to be donestic chaplain to Law. His Grace tbe DUKE OF ARGYLL"
BACHELONS OF ARTS.-William Har.
ding, scholar of Wadhan college ; Cbarles Rowley, D.D. and Master of University Candy, scholar of Lincoln college. college, to be one of his Pro-Vice-ChanFebruary 5.
cellors, in the place of the late rev. Dr. MASTERS OF ARTS. - Geo. Alexander
Hodson, and he was immediately investReid, Esq. University college, grand
ed with the said office. compounder ; rer. W. Oldfeld Bartlett,
Feb. 18.-Mr. Richard Bracken, B.A. Merton college ; Robert Oliver, Merton
scholar of Queen's college, on the Michel college ; Richard Fayle, St. Mary hall; Foundation, was elected fellow on the Rev. James Hutchins, chaplain of Christ same Foundation. Church; Richard Ford, Trinity college; Feb. 20.--The Rev. Dr. Charles Lloyd, Rev. Jobo Ayton Wood, St. John's col. student of Christ Church, and Regius lege ; Rev. Joseph Fletcher, St. John's Professor of Divinity, in this University, college ; Rev. George Christopher Hay was, with the usual ceremony, installed ward, scholar of Pembroke college. one of the canons of Christ Church, in
BACHELORS OF ARTS.-Walter Hipdes, the room of the late rev. Dr. Hodson. B.A. of Trinity college, in the university UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE. of Dublin, and of si. Mary hall, in this
Degrees conferred Jan. 23. university, was incorporated; William Knight, Breter college ; Henry Jones,
DOCTOR IN DIVINITY.—The rev. H.
Godfrey, president of Queen's college. Exeter college ; John Mitchel Chapman,
BACHELOR IN DIVINITY.-The rev. T. Exeter college; John William Egerton
Burnett, Christ college. Green, Balioł college ; Charles Dodgson,
BACHELOR IN CIVIL LAW.-J. Lewes student of Christ Church ; Joseph Thos.
Pedder, Esq. Trinity hall.
BacaELOR IN DIVINITY.—The Rev.
Gregory, Esq. Jesus college. BACHELORS OF ARTS.-John Bailward,
*February 20. Esq. Baliol college, grand compounder ; BACHELOR OF ARTS.—Matthew Robin. James Anthony Savage, Esq. Trinity son, Cairls college. college, grand compounder ; John May Jan. 25.-Dr. Smith's Mathematical mard, Éreter college ; Edw. Paris New, Prizes were adjudged to Hannet Holfellor of St. John's college ; Edward ditch, B.A. of Caius college, and Mitford Coleridge, Exhibitioner of Corpus Christi Peacock, of Bene't college. college; Chas. Tookey, Magdalen hall; Feb. 5.-The following gentlemen of Rev. Barton Boucher, Baliol college; Corpus Christi college, were elected fel. Richard Young, fellow of New college ; lows of that Society:-The rev. William Edward Bullock, Christ Church ; Bick- Farley Wilkinson, B.A.; Henry Blake, ham Sweet Estcott, Christ Church ; G. Esq. B.A.; and Mitford Peacock, Esq. Pollen Boileau Pollen, Christ Church; B.A. Cyril Geo. Hutchinson, student of Christ
ORDINATIONS. Church; Henry Stevens, Oriel college. Jan. 27.- At a private Ordination this
Feb. 2.-Thé Rev. Ashhurst Turner day, at the palace of Gloucester, by the Gilbert, B.D. Vice-Principal of Brase- Hön. 'and Right rev. the Lord Bishop nose college, was elected principal of that of Gloucester, the following gentlemen Society, in the room of the rev. Dr. were admitted into Holy Orders. Hodson, deceased.
DEACONS.-J. Buchanan, B.A. WadFeb. 3.-Henry Stonehouse, scholar, ham college, Oxford ; H. Barrow Evans, was admitted fellow of New college. M.A. Wadham college, 0.xford ; Augustus
Feb. 5.-In Convocation, the rev. T. Clissold, M.A. Exeter college, Oxford. Lee, D.D. president of Trinity college, PRIESTS. - Hely Hutchinson Smith, was nominated one of the Delegates of B.A. Baliol college, Oxford ; Wm. Sam. the Clarendon Press; and the rev. Peter Birch, M.A. Oriei college, Oxford; John Elmasley, M.A. of Christ Church, was no- Hunter, M.A. Magdalen college, Oxford. minated one of the Delegates of Estates, MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE. in the room of the rev. Dr. Hodson, late principal of Brasenose college.
BERKSHIRE. Feb. 12-In Convocation, the Right Married. The rev. J. B. S. Carwi. Hon. Rt. Peel, D.C.L. of Christ Church, then, vicar of Sandhurst, Berks, to Mrs. and one of his Majesty's principal Se- Faulkner, daughter of the late General cretaries of State, was unanimously re- Spry, of the Engineers. elected one of the Representatives in * BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. Parliament for this University.
Married.-At High Wycombe, the rev. •. In the same Convocation, the rev. the Thomas Boys, only son of Admiral Boys, Yice Chancellor nominated tbc rev, G, to Miss Somers, of that place,
to Maria Anne, widow of the late Ben. Married. The rev. Henry Cole, to jamin Neale, Esq. Frances Spencer, daughter of Lieut. Died. At Oxford, aged 26, the rev. Colonel Stransham, of the royal marines. Francis Joseph Pearce, B.A. curate of DEVONSHIRE.
Hatford, Berks, and a member of Exeter Died.The rev. Charles Hill, rector college. of Trentishoe and Instow.
SHROPSHIRE. Died. The rev. William Shore, vicar Died. The rev. David Cadwallader, of Otterton, and brother to Lord Teign- rector of Abdon, and perpetual curate of mouth.
SOMERSETSHIRE, • Married.-At Yarmouth, the rev. R.
Married. — The rev. Mr. Blake, of D. Spooner, rector of Anwick cum Bishop's Lydeard, to Mary Ann, daughBrauncewell, and of Worlaby, in the ter of J. Badcock, Esq. banker, of county of Lincoln, to Martha, second
Taunton. daughter of Thomas Bateman, Esq. M.D.
SUFFOLK. of the former place.
Died - At Witnesham, in his 84th MIDDLESEX.
year, the rev. Joha King, M.A. rector · Married.At St Andrew's, London,
of that parish, and many years Master the rev. W. Lewis Buckle, M.A. of Lin
of the Grammar School at Ipswich. The coln college, Oxford, and rector of Ad
rectory is in the patronage of the Maswell, in that county, eldest son of the ters and Fellows of St. Peter's eollege, rev. William Buckle, of Pyrton, and of Cambridge. Burgh House, Surrey, to Mary Freeman, Died. Suddenly, the rev. Mr. Tiffen, second daughter of William Manley, Esq.
Y: Esq. curate of Fakenham, dear Eusten.
curate of Fakenham near of Bedford-row, London, serjeant at law,
YORKSHIRE. and commissioner of the board of excise.
Died. The rev. F. W. Dealtry, rector Married.-The rev. Charles B. Tay
- The rev. Charles B. Tay of Over Elmsley. lor, to Adine, daughter of A. D. Lewis
Died.-The Very rey. Thos. Kipling,
Died.-The ye Agassiz, Esq. of Finsbury-square, London. D.D. Dean of Peterborough, and vicar NORFOLK.
of Holme in Spalding More, Yorkshire. Married.-The rev. Philip Ward, M.A. The rectory and vicarage are in the pa. to Horatia Nelson Nelson, the adopted tronage of the Master and Fellows of daughter of the late Admiral Lord Vis. St. John's college, Cambridge. count Nelson.
Married.-At Newton Nottage, Gla. Marriod.-At Northampton, the rev, morganshire, the rev. John Blackmore, J. Riddell, M.A. to Dorothy, youngest
felow of Exeter college, Oxford, to Ann daughter of the late John Foster, Esq.
Bassett, second daughter of the lato of Leicester Grange, Leicestershire.
rev. Robert Knight, formerly of TewkesNORTHUMBERLAND.
bury, and nieco to Colonel Knight, of Died. On the 31st ult. the rev. James
Tythegston. Boutter, M.A. vicar of Emeldon, and
Married. The rev. James Williams, formerly fellow of Merton college, Or.
B.D. fellow of Jesus college, Oxford, and ford. The living is in the gift of that
rector of Llandeusant, in the county of society.
Anglesey, to Frances, second daughter of NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. i Married. - The rev. Henry Jenour, House, Shrewsbury.
Thomas Lloyd, Esq. M.A. of the Stone rector of Epperston, to Caroline, young
Married. The rev. Edward Murray, est daughter of the rev. W. Smelt, rector second son of the late Right Rev. Lord of Godling, and niece to the late Earl of
George Murray, Bishop of St. David's, Chesterfield.
and nephew of the Duke of Atboll, to OXFORDSHIRE.
Ruperta Catharine, only child of the late Married. The rev. J. Angell James, Sir George Wright, Barta
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POLITICAL RETROSPECT. The nation already begins to feel parliament - the desponding have the beneficial effects of the meeting been encouraged, and the ill.inten. of Parliament. The violent oppo- tioned have been rebuked--and insition with which ministers were creasing confidence must be the ob. threatened, has dwindled away to vious and speedy consequence. nothing; and the landlords and te- The principal difference which nants, who were complaining of their has arisen among the opposite par. insuperable difficulties and dis- ties in the senate, refers to our futresses, have in a great measure re- ture plans and prospects—the miturned to their senses. The parlia- nisters upholding an efficient sink. mentary debates have convinced and ing fund-the opposition proposing satisfied all reasonable men, that to do away with it entirely, and to agriculturists bear no more than take off taxes equivalent to its their fair proportion of the public amount. It has been decided, by burdens; that their circumstances, a large majority, that the former in the long run, have been more system shall be adopted—and we prosperous than those of any other sincerely rejoice in the determina. class; that the country is abun- tion. The greatest statesmen that dantly able to fulfil all its engage, England ever saw, agreed in estab, ments, and that national ruin and na. lishing and supporting this fund, tional bankruptcy are nothing more although they agreed in nothing than the ridiculous bugbears of the else-long experience has proved weak, or the mischievous predic. its value; and at the very moment tions of the wicked. Messrs. Cob- in which its abolition is desired, it bett and Co. affirm that the country is enabling government to save a is ruined, and cannot pay its debts. million and a half annually, by reMr. Tierney and Mr. Ricardo, and ducing the five per cents, to fours. other eminent members of opposi- If under such circumstances the tion, maintain directly the reverse, sinking fund is to be destroyed, at and have no doubt that there is still all events we ought to hear very a mine of wealth in Great Britain, plain reasons for the measure. It which will enable it to triumph over ought to come recommended not all its embarrassments. This is the merely by the eloquence and infirst result of the present session of genuity of its advocates, but by
their great financial skill and cha- senate, when he is voting for the racter, by the. concurrence of the abolition of places.' principal monied and mercantile in. We believe there is no doubt that terests, by the support of those who the plan for reducing the five per are not systematically in opposition cents. will be carried into immediate to the government, or openly en- effect. The only question is, whe. deavouring to bring themselves into ther the bonus already offered will power. None of these recommenda- suffice, or whether government will tions are possessed by the greater be compelled to propose more fameasure of us. The opposition, and vourable terms. This depends upon the opposition only have supported the price of stocks: if they continue it; they regarded it as a proper as they now are, the original bonus question to embarrass, the ministry; is expected to prove sufficient; if they hoped that it would have found they fall it will be insufficient. favour with the country gentlemen, Ireland, which must hereafter at. and they are very deservedly disap- tract so much of the attention of pointed.
parliament, has been disposed of The only subject upon which it for the present in the only manner is probable that the House of Com- of which the case 'admits. The mons will be more equally divided, hands of the government have been is the subject of retrenchment. It strengthened by the re-enaction of is impossible to deny that the re- the Insurrection Act, and it merely forms and reductions which have remains to lament that the Act was been effected during the last sum- ever repealed. When it has once mer, might have been commenced, more effected its object, and tran. if not completed three years ago. quillized our unfortunate neighThe inference is, that ministers will bours, the time will have arrived be economical, as soon as they are for inquiring into the real grievances compelled to be so, but not before; of the Irish, and endeavouring to and this inference must weigh with remove them. every independent member of the
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. A Poor Curate's Statement should be communicated with his name to the proper authorities. QETE has been received, and is under consideration. A London Curate cannot be inserted. The account of Bernard Hall shall appear. We have received a long and angry Letter from Mr. G. F. Stratton, on the subject of the Warwickshire Bible Society. Our conduct respecting such Letters has always been regulated by a short and simple principle. We have never objected to insert any explanatory circumstance with which we have been furnished; but have always refused to print answers to our Reviews. Mr. Stratton's Epistle is not such an answer ; but he goes out of his way to attack other persons: and from the tone in which he writes, can hardly have expected that his Letter should be noticed. We are willing, however, to insert all that can be justly considered as self-defence. He informs us, that he does not reside in Warwickshire, that he asserted, that he had conferred with 15,000 persons on the occasion of establishing the Oxford Bible Society, and that Mr. Percy is not a Methodist Preacher. The first fact is immaterial, unless Mr. Stratton had added, that he does reside in Warwickshire. The second we extracted from a very laudatory report of Mr. Stratton's speech, which appeared in Jackson's Oxford Journal, June 26, 1813. The third is only a misnomer, as Mr. Percy is an Independent minister and preaches to all sects.