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was petitioned to permit his citizens Turkey.—The energies of the Sulto enrol themselves in a body to pro- tan are incessantly directed to the tect their own houses and property restoration of the military and naval from the mob; to dismiss his ministers establishments of his empire, and with and creatures whom he had raised a rapidity of success which can only mevely from their implicit compliance be secured by popular enthusiasm or with all his humours; to restore the unlimited despotism, and in each case Assembly of the States, and remove directed with consummate ability. His the cannon.

In the terror of the army is, in respect to numbers, nearly moment he promised to comply with the same as before the late war, and all these, only restricting the citizens 'not much inferior in discipline. Seveto the use of the pike or sabre, and ral new ships are built and equipped, forbidding them to approach the pa- and measures are adopting to raise a lace. When day-light had returned, sufficiency of seamen to navigate them. and, in some degree, restored his This was formerly intrusted to the courage, he refused compliance with Greeks, the Turks only fighting them. these terms, and particularly the last- The finances are no less attended to, the removal of the cannon. Towards and various regulations, borrowed from evening the mob began again to the civilized states of Europe, are now assemble. He then directed the com- introducing into the administration of mander of his guard to order them to the Ottoman revenue. These have fire on the people, and to invite the excited rebellion in the Asiatic proarmed citizens to unite with the sol- vinces, which have been subdued, and diery to defend the palace. That the innovations established. The reofficer did not issue the order, assured volt of the Albanian provinces is at that the troops would not comply; and an end. The Seraskier, to whom that before the civic guard could arrive, affair was intrusted, proposed to the the mob had entered the courts and Albanian chiefs to negotiate, and consome of the rooms of that edifice. ducted the treaty with so much canThe wing of the court was set on fire dour, and gave such testimonies of the from without, where no guard was good-will of his imperial master, and placed, and the wind being favourable his desire to cultivate their friendship, to the work of destruction, the whole that he gradually gained their conwas consumed before day-break. The fidence. They obtained all they deDuke made his escape through the sired. He then invited them to come garden gate, and escorted by ten to a review of his troops, and bring Hussars at the top of their speed, with them any number of their own, reached the confines of his dominions, assuring them that the town should and has since arrived in England. be interposed between them, to pre

vent all possibility of danger. They Austria.— The imperial govern- accepted the invitation, accompanied ment are marching troops with all by five thousand followers, and were haste into Italy, and forming two large

received and treated with the most cantonments, consisisting of nearly one marked attention. On the day of the hundred thousand men; one in the review, they chose their station, atMilanese, and the other in the south tended by a guard of five hundred provinces of the late Venetian terri- picked men.

The Turks passed tories. The Italian princes have been through many evolutions, when, at invited to send their troops into the length, the Albanians found themimperial territories, to replace the

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selves surrounded and attacked on risons in Austria and Hungary, which all sides. After a desperate resishave been withdrawn to establish these tance, they and their chosen followers cantonments. A double object is thus were all slain, and the remainder, proposed—to overawe any attempt at separated from their chiefs, fled withrevolution by the presence of a vast out fighting. The submission of the military force, and to retain the native Albanian provinces followed, and regiments as hostages for the implicit Mahmoud is now completely master obedience of their countrymen.

of his dominions.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

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NEW CHURCHES. New Churches have been consecrated at the following places by the Archbishop of York:

Almondbury, two Churches; Crossland, South; Huddersfield, three Churches; Idle; and Morley.

The following New Churches have been consecrated by the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry :-

BILSTON, St. Mary's, New Town. The structure is in the Gothic style of the sixteenth century. It will contain 1300 or 1400 persons. His Majesty's Cominissioners defray the expense of its erection.

COSELEY, in the parish of Sedgeley, by the name of Christ Church. This Church, which is a neat and elegant structure of the plain Gothic order, has been erected partly by subscription, and partly by His Majesty's Commissioners, and is calculated to contain 2000 persons.

WOLVERHAMPTON, St. George's. This Church is of the Grecian style of architecture, and of the Doric order. It will accommodate 2038 persons, 706 sittings being in pews, and 1332 in free seats, for the use of the poor.

The foundation-stone has been laid of a New Chapel at Southtown, near Yarmouth, to be built by subscription. Lord Anson has contributed 5001. towards its erection, and the Rev. G. Anguish 501.

ORDINATIONS.-1830.
Bath & Wells.... July 11.
Chichester ...... July 25. | Llandaff

June 26. Chester (for Dur

Exeter

Aug. 29.
Winchester

July 4. ham) July 25. | Lichf. & Cov. July 11. | Worcester ......

July 25.

DEACONS.

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Name.

Degree. College. Barneby, Richard..

B.A. Brasennose Barnes, J.......

Trinity Blackburne, Francis Theophilus.... B.A. Jesus Borlase, Henry.

B.A. Trinity Braund, William Hoskin

B.A. Magd. Hall Brenton, Lancelot Charles Lee

Oriel Briggs, Francis Brooking ........ B.A. Queen's Brooke, Townshend...

B.A. Brasennose Cary, Charles Thomas...... B.A. Magd. Hall Clarke, Edward William..

B.A. Jesus Coates, Samuel ...

B.A. Jesus Codrington, Henry

B.A. St. John's Cotton, George Herbert

B.A.

Worcester Dampier, William James

B.A. Christ Deuny, Anthony

B.A.

Worcester Dudley, William Mason

B.A. Cath. Hall Egginton, John Clemson.

B.A. Exeter Evans, Richard.....

B.A. Queen's Farebrother, Thomas

B.A. Queen's Fell, Richard Crampton

B.A. Queen's Fell, s. I.

B.A. Queen's Fletcher, William...........

B.A. St. Peter's Gibson, William

M.A. Trinity Goodwin, George Harvey

B.A. Queen's

University. By Bishop of
Oxf.

Worcester
Dublin Chester
Camb. Bath & Wells
Camb. Exeter
Oxf. Exeter
Oxf. Exeter
Camb. Exeter
Oxf. Lichfield
Oxf. Lichfield
Camb. Bath & Wells
Camb. Chester
Camb. Bath & Wells
Oxf. Chester
Camb. Winchester
Oxf. Winchester
Camb. Chichester
Oxf. Lichfield
Camb. Lichfield
Oxf. Lichfield
Oxf. Chester
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Degree. College. University. By Bishop of Gould, George James

B.A. Lincoln

Oxf. Bath & Wells Greene, Henry Jevou

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Lichfield Griffiths, Henry

B.A. Queen's

Camb. Worcester Grueber, Arthur

B.A. St. Edmund H. Oxf. Exeter Guard, John.....

B.A.* Oriel

Oxf. Exeter Haughton, George Dunbar

B.A. Worcester

Oxf. Winchester Hawkes worth, John

M.A. Trinity

Dublin Lichfield Kendall, John Henry

B.A. Magd. Hall Oxf. Exeter Lingard, John

B.A. Christ

Camb.

Worcester Lloyd, John Daniel

B.A. Queen's

Oxf. Worcester Marslı, John Kirk

.............. B.A. Queen's Camb. Chester Marychurch, William Thomas B.A. St. Edmund H. Oxf, Chester M'Call, Edward

B.A. St. Edmund H. Oxf. Winchester Mogg, Henry Hodges

B.A. Exeter

Oxf. Bath & Wells Moore, Charles.. ............... B.A. Exeter

Oxf, Exeter Moore, Thomas

B.A. St. Peter's Camb. Lichfield Morris, T.

Magd. Hall

Oxf. Chester Morshead, Henry John .......... B.A. Exeter

Oxf. Exeter Paddon, Thomas Henry

B.A. Trinity

Oxf. Bath & Wells Paige, William Michael Tucker B.A. Trinity

Camb. Exeter Paley, Joshua ..

B.A. St. John's Camb. Lichfield Pearson, Henry Hollingworth B.A. Lincoln

Oxf. Lichfield Pym, Frederick

M.A. Worcester Oxf. Exeter Rogers, Henry

B.A. Jesus

Oxf.

Lichfield Sanders, James...

B.A. Queen's Camb. Chester Shafto, John Duncombe

B.A. Brasennose Oxf. Chester Simpson, B.

Queen's

Oxf. Chester Slade, Henry Raper

S.C.L. Caius

Camb. Bath & Wells Slatter, J.

Trinity

Dublin Chester Swainson, John

B.A. Brasennose Oxf. Chester Tancock, Osborne John

B.A. Wadham Oxf. Exeter Thomas, George

B.A. . Trinity

Camb. Chester Thompson, George Harrison Wharton B.A.. . Magd. Hall Oxf. Bath & Wells Thorpe, Richard Hall

B.A. Cath. Hall Camb. Chester Tomes, Richard

B.A. Magd. Hall Oxf. Worcester Tuckniss, Benjamin F.

B.A. Cath. Hall Camb. Chester Tudor, William Henry

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Llandaff Uthwalt, Eusebius Andrewes 2. B.A. St. John's Camb. Winchester Veale, Westcott Harris

B.A. Magd. Hall Oxf. Exeter Ware, Henry

B.A. Magd. Hall Oxf. Bath & Wells Weigall, Edward

B.A. Queen's Camb. Chester Wells, Charles Rush

B.A. Corp. Christi Camb. Chichester Williams, W.

Jesus

Oxf. Chester Williams, William

B.A. Corp. Christi Camb. Winchester Woodhouse, Fletcher

B.A. Queen's

Oxf. Chester Woodward, William..

B.A. Trinity

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Degree. College. University. By Bishop of Fletcher, William Kew

M.A. Magdalene

Camb. Lichfield Freer, Richard Lane

B.A. Christ Church Oxf. Worcester Gaitskell, Isaac......

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Chester Goodwin, Henry John

B.A. Emmanuel Camb. Lichfield Gould, Robert Freke

B.A. Trinity

Dublin Bath & Wells Gray, John Hamilton

M.A. Magdalene Oxf. Lichfield Gwynne, Lawrence

M.A. Trinity

Camb. Worcester Hamilton, Arthur....

B.C.L. Trinity

Camb. Exeter Harrison, Octavius Swale

M.A. Queen's

Oxf. Bath & Wells Hay, Right Hon. Lord Thomas

M.A. Trinity

Camb. Chichester Heathcote, Gilbert Wall

S.C.L. Fell. of New Oxf. Winchester Heathman, William Grendon

B.A. Cath. Hall Camb. Exeter Hele, Fitz-Henry.

B.A. Queen's

Oxf. Exeter Hubbersty, Nathan

M.A. St. John's Camb. Lichfield Kendall, Francis John Hext

B.A. Exeter

Oxf. Exeter Langdon, Gilbert Henry.

B.A. St. Peter's Camb, Chichester Leigh, George

B.A.
Brasennose

Oxf. Chester
Malthus, Henry

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Winchester Marriott, Oswald

B.A. St. John's Camb. Lichfield Metcalf, Warren

St. John's Camb. Chester Michell, Henry Chickley

B.A. Queen's

Camb. Chichester Osborn, Edward ................ B.A. Oriel

Oxf. Winchester Page, Thomas

B.A. Magd. Hall Oxf. Lichfield Penn, Thomas Gordon

B.A. Christ Church Oxf. Bath & Wells Phipps, Edward James

B.A. Exeter

Oxf. Bath & Wells Pope, John

B.A. St. John's Oxf. Chester Price, John

St. John's Camb. Chester Rice, Horatio Morgan

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Chichester Roe, Samuel Ramsden

B.A.

Worcester Sampson, Richard King

B.A. Jesus

Camb. Chichester Sanford, George William

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Lichfield Shuttleworth, Edward

B.A. St. John's Camb. Chester Simpson, Joseph

B.A. St. John's Camb. Chester Smith, Augustus

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Winchester Smith, John

B.A. St. John's Camb. Lichfield Snowe, William Nash

B.A. Worcester

Oxf. Exeter Spencer, Edward

B.A. Queen's

Camb. Lichfield Stack poole, Andrew Douglas B.A. Fell, of New Oxf. Winchester Thompson, E. H.

B.A. Magd. Hall Oxf. Lichfield Tucker, Denis .

B.A. St. Peter's Camb. Winchester Twisleton, Charles Samuel

B.A. Balliol

Oxf. Lichfield Tylecote, Thomas

M.A. St. John's Camb. Winchester Tyrwhitt, James Bradshaw

B.A. Jesus

Camb. Worcester Vallack, Benjamin William Salmon.. B.A. Exeter

Oxf. Winchester Vyvyan, Thomas Hutton

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Exeter Walkey, Charles Collyns..

B.A. Worcester Oxf. Exeter Wedgwood, Robert

B.A. Trinity

Camb. Lichfield Wellington, William

B.A. Pembroke Oxf. Exeter Wheeler, Thomas Littleton.

M.A. Worcester Oxf. Exeter Willoughby, Henry

M.A. Lincoln

Oxf. Worcester Winstanley, J. B.

B.A. Trinity

Dublin Lichfield Wood, James

B.A. Christ Church Oxf. Lichfield Young, George...

B.A. Christ

Camb. Exeter
Deacons, 70—Priests, 67—Total, 137.

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CLERICAL APPOINTMENTS.

Appointment.
Domestic Chapl. to the Bishop of Norwich.
Chapl. to the Royal Household.
Domestic Chapl. to the Marquis of Northampton.
Chapl. in Ordinary to His Majesty.

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PREFERMENTS.

Llandaff & Mrs. S. Pugh

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County. Diocese.

Patron. Birch, Charles Happisburgh, V. Norfolk Norwich Bishop of Norwich Cave, E.S.C. Browne Morley, St. Peter's, C. W. York York V. of Batley Clark, F. F. Coseley, c.

Stafford Lichfield V. of Sedgeley Creighton, Archibald Stallingborough, V. Lincoln Lincoln Bishop of Lincoln Darby, Joseph

Sir J. Brigges, Bt. Skenfreth, V.

Monm. Dodd, H. Heyman.. Arlington, V.

S Preb. of Woodhorne Sussex Chich.

in Cath.Ch. of Chich. Gray, George R. Inkberrow, V.

Worcester WorcesterEarlof Abergavenny Preb. in Cath. Church of Rochester

Lord Chancellor Griffith, John to Llangynhavel, R. Denbigh Bangor

ŞLord Chancellor, by

lapse Hand, J.

Handsworth, R. W. York York Duke of Norfolk Hall, E. Moorhouse. Idle, C.

W. York York V. of Calverly

Camb.. Ely to Fordham, V.

Camb. Norw.

Jesus Coll. Camb. Hopper, John R. Bedingfield, V.

Suffolk Norwich J.J.Bedingfield, Esq. Hughes, Isaac Llangynfelin, C. Cardigan St.David's

Esq Moore, Henry Willingdon, V.'

Sussex Chichest. D. & C. of Chichest. Robinson, William.. Wood-Enderby, C. Lincoln Lincoln Bishop of Carlisle Swainson, John Walton-le-Dale, C. Lancaster Chester, .V. of Blackburne

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CLERGYMEN DECEASED.
Green, T. D. D.
Bramber, R.

Sussex
with Botolphs, R.

Chichest. Magd. Coll. Oxf. Harrison, H. B. Ś Bugbrooke, R.

Northam. Peterboro'Rev. H. B. Harrison { and Warmington, R. Warwick Lichfield Mrs. Farrer Howell, Rees ... Llancarvan, V.

Glamorg. Llandaff Lord Chancellor Jacques, Arthur .... Willerby, V.

E. York York Lord Chartcellor Jones, John

Llangynhavel, R. Denbigh Bangor Bishop of Bangor
Jones, Thomas .... Great Appleby, R. Leicester Lincoln T. Wilkes, Esq.
Osmond, C. Osmond. Aston-sub-Edge, R. Gloster Gloster Earl of Harrowby
Scott, Benjamin
Bidford, .

Warwick Worcester Lady Skipwith
Smith, John ......
Pillerton Hersey,. V. Warwick WorcesterRev. F. Mills

S Mrs. Rawbone, and Stevens, Henry .... Buckland, V.

Berks Sarum

| T. H. Southby, Esq. Thompson, John Framfield, v.

Sussex Cant. Earl of Thanet

Suffolk Norwich Lord Chancellor Thurlow, John.... $Chelmondiston, R. and Gosfield, v.

Essex London Wilson, Thomas.... 'Linstead, V.

Cant. Archd. of Cant.
Wingfield, John ..
Monsford, V.

Salop Lichfield Earl Powis
Cornwall Exeter Sir F. Buller, Bart.

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Appointment. Tindall, William .......... Head Mast. of Free Grammar School at Wolverhampton.

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