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Bills of a beneficial tendency have that the Sovereign may know in since been introduced, for the future whom to confide-an excellent reguregulation of the Court of Chancery; lation,

lation, if faithfully applied, and judiand Committees, both of Lords and ciously acted upon. The preparations Commoners, have been named, to in- making at Toulon, for the more closely quire into the expediency of renewing investing Algiers, are carrying forthe East India Company's Charter. ward with great activity.

With respect to the Church Esta- PORTUGAL. - The Empress Queen, blishment, we can assert confidently, to whom so many of the calamities that the present Government is deter- of Portugal may be justly attributed, mined to protect it against all attempts expired at Lisbon, on the 7th of Deto diminish her property or influence, cember, of water in the chest. Don and that the Ecclesiastical Commission Miguel's attempt to raise money, by is intended to give strength to the loan, in Holland, has completely Church, by rendering the Ecclesiastical failed. The Marquis de Chaves, who Courts less objectionable, and not to led the party of Don Miguel against undermine it, by proposing dangerous the Constitutionalists, has fallen under innovations.

the distrust, and consequent displeaIRELAND.—The recently contested sure of his master, to avoid whose election of a member, to represent in frenzy, he retired into the province of Parliament the county of Limerick, Tras os Montes, the scene of his forhas renewed the scenes of disorder mer exploits, but where he has been and tumult which were exhibited at pursued and taken prisoner. the election for the county of Clare Throughout the Peninsula, the wealast year. Mr. Dawson, the liberal ther has been severe in the extreme, member, who supported the papistical and the injuries sustained by the husmeasures of the last session, did not, bandmen unprecedented. The deby that step, receive the grateful sup- struction of cattle by the cold has port of the Popish party; whose been great, and the olives have repriests instigated their wretched slaves ceived so much damage, that the to every act of violence, to prevent his crops are despaired of for more than return, and carry that of Colonel the ensuing year. Even in the mild OʻGrady. The voters for the former climate of Andalusia, severe frost has had no personal safety, but in the been experienced. The Tagus has protection of the police, supported by been frozen, and the mortality among the military; and, in some cases, that the inhabitants has been so great, as was not sufficient to preserve them almost to resemble a pestilence. from severe bodily injury. Finally, GERMANY.—The Duke of BrunsMr. Dawson withdrew from the con- wick has quitted his duchy and gone test, intending, as his friends state, to Paris, taking with him all the to petition the House of Commons treasures of his state, and sundry against the election of his opponent. valuables deposited in the public trea

FRANCE. - The administration of sury, on account of their rarity or France has so far consolidated its worth. He is not expected to return. strength, as no longer to furnish ap- A report has been circulated, but we prehensions of any immediate change. know not on what authority, that the The measures now most under con- states of Brunswick Wolfenbuttel will templation, are the reduction of the be incorporated with the kingdom of national debt, the improvement of the Hanover. navy, and the extension of national Vienna has afforded a new proof education. A reduction of five per of the intolerant spirit of Popery, and cent. stock, to four per cent. is an- the rebellious temper of its ministers, ticipated. Confidential communica- when the opportunity of displaying it tions are required periodically, from offers. Many of our readers know the commanders of every vessel in the that when a member of the imperial King's navy, to the Minister of Ma

family dies, the Convent of the Carine, on the character, ability, and puchins, at Vienna, preserves the conduct of the officers of his ship, body; the Chapel of Loretta, in the

Augustine Convent, the heart ; and the GREECE.-The interests of Greece Cathedral of St. Stephen, the bowels continue to engage the attention of of the deceased. The Archduchess, the Cabinets of the great Powers, and who was a Protestant, lately died, they are probably yet far from any esteemed and beloved by all her au- final arrangement. Several particulars gust relatives. The Emperor, whose have transpired of great importance, attachment to the Roman Pontiff none and calculated to give general satiscan doubt, issued the usual orders for faction. The territory of this new her interment. The priests of the two state is not to be limited to the Morea, last-mentioned places positively re- but will extend so far beyond as to fused to receive their portions of the comprise most of the ancient Grecian corpse. The Capuchins of the former republics within its boundary. Perdetermined not to bear the remains of haps Candia may form a part of it. a deceased Protestant to the vault. No particular form of government The imperative command of the Em- will be imposed on this people. The peror alone opened the way, and the powers interested in their welfare will beloved Archduchess, whose husband only suggest to the national Congress, had been the military saviour of his for their adoption or rejection, such country, was conveyed to her final measures as they may think advisable. resting-place by her own domestics. The same moderation will be preSome Protestant Clergymen, who had served in the nomination of their gained admittance to view the so- future Chief. The frequent intercourse lemnity, were forcibly expelled by which has taken place between Prince these Capuchins from their holy pre Leopold of Saxe Cobourg, and the cincts.

ministers of these powers, has revived EASTERN EUROPE.-The intercourse the idea that the former is to be the of the ministers of Russia and the Sovereign of Greece. Porte, is frequent, with every external AMERICA. - United States. - The demonstration of friendship, and a financial report presented to Congress, happy issue of their negotiations. The is of the most favourable description. government of the Czar is

very

active It states the last year's revenue to in raising the military establishment have been 30,574,666 dollars. The of his empire to its full quota, and expenditure, 26,164,595 dollars, leavteplenishing the arsenals. The Sultan ing a clear surplus revenue of nearly is equally indefatigable in recruiting four millions and a half of dollars. his army, which he has already raised The sinking fund more than twelve to 100,000 infantry, and 30,000 ca- millions; and the whole of the public valry. These are disciplined upon the debts, forty-eight and a half millions European model, and he frequently of dollars, which that sinking fund inspects the drilling of them in person. will entirely discharge in less than six The resources of his remaining do- years. minions are applied to the improve

BRAZILS.

The new Empress, ment of his military establishment, (daughter of the celebrated Eugene with all the authority of a despot, and Beauharnois, whose fidelity was so the energy which he so greatly pos- nobly proved, at a period when self

It marks the influence he has interest was evidently the ruling prinattained over his superstitious subjects, ciple) has arrived at Rio Janeiro; no less than it does his own taste, that and her inauguration as Empress of he has dared and effected the intro- the Brazils, has been marked by the duction of the Italian opera into his institution of a new order of knightcapital.

hood-that of the Rose.

sesses.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

NEW CHURCH. The first stone of a new Church, dedicated to St. Thomas, has been laid at Brampton Moor, near Chesterfield, Derbyshire, intended as a Chapel of Ease to the parishes of Chesterfield and Brampton.

CLERICAL APPOINTMENTS.
Name.

Appointment.
Baines, Edward... Domestic Chapl. to the Earl of Buchan.
Black, Robert

Morning Preach, at the National Society's Chapel, Ely

Place, London,
Bleeck, William... Chapl. to Froxfield Hospital, Wilts.
Cape, William

Head Mast. of Gram. School at Peterborough.
Churton, Edward Head Mast. of Hackney Church-of-England School.
Perkins, R. B.

Head Mast. of Gram. School at Aylesbury, Bucks. Stratton, George W..... Domestic Chapl. to the Right Hon. Harriet, Dowager

Countess of Massereene.

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PREFERMENTS.
Name.
Preferment.
County. Diocese.

Patron. Barlow, John

Little Bowden, R. Northam. Peterboro'Rev. J. Barlow Bennett, J.T. Minor Can. in Cath. Ch. of St. Paul, London Dean & Chapter Bleeck, William Huish, R.

Wilts Sarum

STrustees of Frox.

{field Hospital Chanc. of the Diocese of Winchester

Bp. of Winchester and Clapham, R. Surrey Dealtry, W. D. D.

Winchest.BowyerAtkins, Esq. and Watton, R.

Herts Lincoln Samuel Smith, Esq. to Preb. in Cath. Church of Winchester Bp. of Winchester De Brett, H.S. Broughton, R.

Lincoln Lincoln Mrs. De Brett, by

her Trustee Edwards, James Newington, R.

Oxford Oxford Abp. of Canterbury Farwell, William .. St. Martin, R.

Cornwall Exeter Countess of Sandwich

{& Earl of Darlington Fisher, R. W. New Hulton, P. C.

Westm.

Chester V. of Kendall
Haden, A. Bunn Twith Featherstone, C.
SBrewood, v.

Stafford Lichfield Dean of Lichfield
Elme, v.

Camb.
Jackson, Jeremiah {with Emneth, V.

R. of Elme
Norfolk)

Ely
to Preb. in Coll. Church of Brecon

Bp. of St. David's James, Charles.... Evenload, R.

Worcester Worcester Mrs. A. James
James, Josiah Eyton, c.

Hereford Hereford
James, Thomas
ŞLlandefally, V.

Brecon St.David'sG. P. Watkins
with Crickadarn, C.
Jelf, Richard W... Can, of Christ Church, Oxford
Moore, J. C. Measham, P.C.

Derby Lichfield W. Wollaston, Esq. Moule, Horatio Box, V.

Wilts Sarum SWellesbourne, V. Paulet, Lord C... with Walton Deville, R. $ Warwick Worcester Lord Chancellor Preb. in Cath. Church of Chichester

Bp. of Chichester and Horsham, v.

Sussex Chichest. Rose, Hugh James to Bocking, Dean. Essex

Abp. of Canterb. and Hadleigh, R. Templer, John.... West Ogwell, R.

Devon Exeter P.J. Taylor, Esq. Trist, Samuel P. J. Veryan, V.

Cornwall Exeter D. & C. of Exeter Vaughan, w..... ŞAstley, c. to Pontesbury, 3d port. R.S

SP.C.of St. Mary,Salop Salop Hereford

{W. E. Owen, Esq. Beechamwell, St.John, R.? Walpole, Thomas

Norfolk Norwich J. Motteux, Esq.

St. Mary,R.
Williams, John ..

SLlanfaes, c.
and Penmon, c.

Anglesea Bangor W. Bulkeley, Esq.

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Suffolk } Cant.

CLERGYMEN DECEASED. On Monday, February 1, at the Vicarage House, St. Margaret's, in Leicester, after a very short illness, in the sixty-ninth year of his age, the Rev. Thomas Burnaby, A. M. Vicar of that parish, Rector of Misterton, one of the senior acting magistrates, and one of the oldest incumbents in the county, having been inducted into Misterton, in March, 1786. He was the eldest son of the Rev. Robert Burnaby, LL.B. who was Vicar of St. Margaret's, Rector of Wanlip, and Prebendary of Lincoln, by Katherine, only child of Thomas Jee, Esq. of Leicester. He was of Clare Hall, in the University of Cambridge, B. A. 1784, M. A. 1787; and was chosen a Dixie Fellow of Emmanuel College, in August, 1789. He married Lucy, fourth daughter of Richard Dyott, Esq. of Freeford, in the county of Stafford, by Katherine, only daughter of Thomas Herrick, Esq. second brother of the late William Herrick, Esq. of Bean Manor Park, and has left a disconsolate widow and ten children to lament their irreparable loss. In 1795, when the county was in a most disturbed state, an alarming riot broke out at Barrow-uponSoar, in this county; accompanying the Leicester troops of Yeomanry-Cavalry, the subject of this memorial, by his firmness as a magistrate, aided by the good conduct of the Yeomanry, was mainly instrumental in quelling the disturbance. For this service he publicly received the thanks of Government, through the Judges, at the following assizes. He was the fondest and best of husbands, the kindest and most affectionate of fathers, whose greatest happiness was in the bosom of his family. Those who knew him best, esteemed him most. Totally free from hypocrisy or guile, he endeavoured to do his duty to God and man. Could apparent health and strength have ensured continuance on earth, it might have been looked for in him ; but at the close of a day spent in the utmost cheerfulness and vigour, he was, in less than half an hour after lying down upon his pillow, summoned to resign his life into the hands of him who gave it. Name. Preferment. County. Diocese.

Patron. Freeman, J. Stuart. Chalfont, St. Peter's, V. Bucks Lincoln St. John's Coll. Oxf.

Canon of Christ Church Oxford
and Belton, R.

Suffolk

Bishop of Norwich Hay, T. D. D. and North Repps, R.

Norwich 5 Chanc. of Duchy of

Lancaster
Preb. in Cath. Church of Winchester

Bp. of Winchester Iremonger, L.

Hants. Winchest. J. Iremonger, Esq. and Wherwell, Preb. sin. Kemble, Nash Little Parndon, R. Essex London W. Smith, Esq. Preb. in Cath. Church of St. David's

Bp. of St. David's and Lampeter, R. Morgan, William

Bp. of St. David's

Cardig. ) & Llandwy Welfrey, V.

Pemb. St.David's Lord Chancellor with Crinow, C. Almeley, V.

Hereford Hereford Bp. of Hereford Owen, William

P. of D. The King, as Prince and Ryme, R.

Dorset

of Sarum) of Wales Archdeacon of Oxford

Bishop of Oxford and Canon in Cath. Church of Oxford Pett,Phineas, D.D. and Preb. in Cath. Church of Sarum

Bishop of Sarum and Chilbolton, R. Hants Winchest. Bp. of Winchester

and Newington, R. Oxford Canterb. Abp. of Canterbury Reynolds, T. Little Bowden, R. Northam. Peterboro'Mr. & Mrs. Brockett Tanner, Thomas .. Colchester, Holy Trin. R. Essex London Balliol Coll. Oxford

Si
Norwich, St. Simon,

and St. Jude, R. Valpy, E. J. W.

Norfolk Norwich Bishop of Norwich & Stangford Dingley, R. Berks Sarum Rev. E.Valpy, D.D. Wigmore, V.

Hereford Hereford Bishop of Hereford

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Residence or Appointment. Glover, Bright

Jersey. Mildmay, Charles St. John . Boulogne. Prince, Thomas, D.D. .... Alt. Morning Preacher at Oxford Chapel, London, and

Fell. of Wadham Coll. Oxford.
Scott, Allriet

Leiston, Suffolk.
Wingfield, Edward John .. Student of Christ Church, Oxford.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

BACHELORS OF ARTS.

OXFORD
ELECTIONS.

Rev. H. Spencer Markham, Christ Church. James Adey Ogle, 'M. D. F. R. S. of Rev. Philip Henry Nind, Christ Church, Trinity Coll. has been unanimously elected, Rev. Thomas Dawson Hudson, Exeter Coll. in Convocation, to the Clinical Professor- Rev. Robert Isham, Brasennose Coll. ship, on the Foundation of the late Lord Rev. Charles Wools, Pembroke Coll. Litchfield, vacant by the death of Dr. Lawrence Eberall Judge, New Coll. Bourne.

Rev. John Atkins, Worcester Coll. Rev. George Morris, M. A. Scholar of Rev. John Poulett M'Ghie, Queen's Coll. Corpus Christi, has been nominated a Mas- E. Dawson Legh, Balliol Coll. Grand Comp. ter of the Schools in the room of the Rev. Robert Evans, Fell. of Jesus Coll. Robert Eden.

Rev. Charles Williams, Fell. of Jesus Coll. William Rosser Williams, Esq. M. A. Rev. Isaac Smith Litchfield, Trinity Coll. and Michel Fellow of Queen's Coll. has been unanimously elected, in Convocation, to the Vinerian Fellowship, vacant by the

John T. Ord, Exeter Coll. Grand Comp. marriage of the Hon. Philip Henry Abbott.

Charles R. Carter Petley, St. John's Coll. Messrs. George Cox and Thomas Broad

Henry E. Knatchbull, Schol. of Wadham.

Robert Morris, Christ Ch. Grand Comp. ley Fooks, Scholars of New Coll. have been admitted Fellows of that Society ; and

William Cooper, Lincoln Coll. Mr. Robert Jackson has been admitted

Christopher Richardson, Exeter Coll. Scholar of the same.

Thomas F. H. Bridge, Christ Church. At a Convocation, holden for the pur

Charles P. Eden, Oriel Coll. pose of electing a Scholar on Mr. Viner's

Daniel Vawdrey, Brasennose Coll.

Thomas Need, University Coll. Foundation, in the room of Mr. Williams, lately elected a Fellow on the same Foun

George Neale Barrow, University Coll. dation, the numbers at the close were

Sidney Godolphin Osborne, Brasenn. Coll.

James Arthur Dunnage, Brasennose Coll. For Mr. Giles, Scholar of Corpus.... 94

G. Robertson Edwards, Brasennose Coll. For Mr. Whatley, Michel Exhibitioner

Thomas Freeman, Brasennose Coll. of Queen's

76

Henry Sims, Exhibitioner of Pembroke Coll. For Mr. Ormerod, Hulme's Exhibi

Edmund May, Worcester Coll. tioner of Brasennose........

36

William John Phillpotts, Oriel Coll. Messrs. George Clark and Henry Barry

Edward Parker, Oriel Coll. Domville, Commoners of University Coll.

Edward Ashe, Balliol Coll. have been admitted Scholars on Sir Simon

John Smith, Queen's Coll. Bennet's Foundation in that Society. George Philips, Queen's Coll.

Edward Hussey, Christ Ch. Grand Comp. DEGREES CONFERRED,

Salusbury Humpbreys, Brasennose Coll.

Arthur George Palk, Christ Church. BACHELOR IN CIVIL LAW,

Horatio Samuel Fletcher, Queen's Coll. (By commutation.):

John Bugden, Trinity Coll. Charles Barker, Trinity Coll.

John Reed Munn, Worcester Coll.
MASTERS OF ARTS.
Rev. H. W. Maddock, Fell. of Brasen. Coll. Thomas Paddon, Esq., sometime Fell.
Rev. George Landon, Worcester Coll. of Caius. Coll. Camb. has been admitted,
Rev. Thomas L. Wheeler, Schol. of Worc. ad eundem, of this University.

CAMBRIDGE.
GRACES.

Houses of Parliament, against the followThe following Graces have passed the ing clause in an Act of the session of ParSenate :

liament, of the seventh and eighth of his To affix the university seal to a letter

present Majesty, entitled, “ An Act to of thanks to the Hon. East India Com- amend the Acts for building and promoting pany, for a valuable collection of dried

the building of additional Churches in plants, presented by them to the Botanical

populous parishes:"Museum.

" And be it further enacted, that when To appoint Professor Henslow Pro

any person or persons shall, to the satisProctor, in the woom of Mr. Dawes, who faction of the said Commissioners, endow has resigned from ill health.

any Chapel built, or hereafter to be built, To affix the seal to petitions to both by such person or persons, with some per

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