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Rural Deanery of Kidderminster.
Curacy of the Parish of Halifax.
Chaplaincy of the Blean Union Work house.
Of St. John's, Chief Justice of Madras.
Curacy of St. Paul's, Cheltenham.
Archdeacon of the Island of Van Dieman's Land.
Assistant at Harrow School.
Head Mastership of Shrewsbury Royal Free Grammar School.
Head Mastership & Chaplaincy of Exeter Free Gram. School.
Mastership of Aldenham School, Herts.
Chaplaincy of the Devon County Prison.
Second Mastership of Shrewsbury Royal Free Gram. School.
Head Mastership of Harrow School.
Curacy of the Archdeaconry of Dyserth, and Vicar Choral of

St. Asaph Cathedral.

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OBITUARY. We announce with deep regret the death of the Rev. Dr. Valpy, upwards of fifty years an inhabitant of Reading. He was nearly the whole of that time Head Master of the Grammar School of that place. To deep classical learning he united the most extensive general knowledge ; habitually studious, and having enjoyed the advantage of travelling in foreign countries, his tact was very great in communicating classical literature. His powers of conversation were transcendent. As a preacher, his eloquence was fervid and persuasive. He was often called into the service of the public charities with great success; always devoted to genuine Christianity, his piety was sincere, kind, and unostentatious. Name,

Appointment or Residence. Chester, G.

Master of Free Gram. School at Stamfordham, Northumberl. Evered, J.

Of Queen's College and of Bridgewater. Flower, R. H.

Curate of St. Giles in the Fields, London. Moxon, R..

Curate of Ilkiston, Derbyshire. Ozanne, M.

Scholar of Pembroke College. Pickart, s.

Rural Deanery of Kidderminster. Strong, G..

Vicar Choral of St. Asaph Cathedral. Wasney, R.

Curate of St. Thomas Chapel, Newcastle.

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OXFORD. Congregations will be holden for the

NEW PROCTOR S. purpose of granting Graces and conferring

SENIOR PROCTOR. Degrees, on the following days in the en

Rev. Robert Hussey, M.A. Student of suing Term: viz.

Christ Church.

May, Thursday 5. | May, Friday 13.
May, Saturday 21.

Rev. Henry Thorpe, M.A. late Fellow

of St. John's. Mr. Denver's Prizes for two Disserta

The former was presented by the Very tions in English have been adjudged as

Rev. the Dean of Christ Church; the follows:

latter, by the Rev. Philip Wynter, D.D.,

President of St. John's College. After “ On the Doctrine of Faith in the Holy taking the oaths, and being admitted by Trinity;" to the Rev. Henry William the Vice-Chancellor, with the usual cereWilberforce, M.A. of Oriel College.

monies, to the office of the Proctorship, the “ On the Sufficiency of the Holy Scrip- new Proctors nominated the following gentures for the Salvation of Man;" to the tlemen to be the Pro-Proctors for the Rev. James Stevens, M.A. of St. John's ensuing year: College.

Rev. Jacob Ley, M.A. Stud. of Christ Church,

Rev. Walter Lucas Brown, M.A. Stud. of Christ Church,

Rev. Lancelot Arthur Sharpe, M.A. Fellow of St. John's,

Rev. George Adams, M.A. Fellow of St. John's.

Rev.T.H.Whorwood, Fell.of MagdalenColl.
Thomas Harding Newman, Demy of Mag-

dalen Coll,
Rev. Henry Trevor Wheler, Merton Coll.
Charles W'inser, Wadham Coll.
Rev. J. Longueville, Wadham Coll.
John Phillips, Scholar of Pembroke Coll.

John Moore Capes, Balliol Coll.
Samuel Dendy, Trinity Coll.
Thos. Alexander Matthews, Trinity Coll.
William Surtees Raine, Exeter Coll.
Robt. Wilson, University Coll. grand comp.

The Rev. T, S. L. Vogan, M.A., of St. Edmund Hall, was nominated to preach the Bampton Lectures for 1837.

At the Public Examinations the number of names inserted in the Proctor's list amounted to 198, of which 59 were those of candidates for classes.

The number of Essays sent in for the Theological Prize, founded by Dr. Ellerton, for the present year, is 23.


William Dallas Bernard, Wadham Coll.
grand comp.

Rev. J. Menzies, Fell. of Corpus Christi Coll.
Rev. T.Medland, Fell.of Corpus Christi Coll.

Rev. James Buckingham, Wadham Coll.

W. E. Surtees, University Coll. gr. comp.
Rev. George Lillingston, Worcester Coll.
Henry Hilton, Worcester Coll.
G. Waring Ormerod, Brasennose Coll.
Dugald Campbell Gill, St. John's Coll.
Fitzharding Berkeley Portman, Fell. of

PRASENNOSE COLLEGE. A Fellowship is vacant, open to Graduates of this University, being natives of the county of Chester, or of Lancaster, south of the Ribble, and not exceeding eight years from the day of their matriculation.

Candidates are required to announce themselves to the Principal, on or before Thursday, the 21st instant, and to deliver, at the same time, Testimonials from their respective Colleges or Halls.

MERTON COLLEGE. Mr. John Thomas Henry Peter, B.A. of Christ Church, has been elected a Fellow of Merton College.

ORIEL COLLEGE. The following gentlemen were elected Fellows of Oriel College :-William Sheppard, B.A. Scholar of Trinity; Charles Daman, B.A. Demy of Magdalen; Henry Shepheard, B.A. Scholar of Worcester: and Edward Arthur Litton, B.A. Balliol.

TRINITY COLLEGE. There will be an Election of Four Scholars on Monday, May 30. Candidates must be above sixteen and under twenty years of age, and will be required to present, in person, to the President, certificates of baptism, and testimonials of conduct, together with a Latin epistle, to request permission to offer themselves, at vine o'clock on Wednesday morning, May 25.

All Soul's Coll. grand comp.
John Basset, Christ Church, grand comp.
Rev. Fred. Francis Fawkes, Christ Church.
Henry Wall, St. Alban Hall.
Henry Byne Carr, University Coll.
Rev. J. Walrond Burrough, Queen's Coll.
Rev. William Stone, Wadham Coll.
J. Ment. Cholmeley, Fell. of Magdalen Coll.

CAMBRIDGE. Regulations for Tyrwhitt's Hebrew 2. That the candidates for these schoScholarships.—The Syndicate appointed larships shall be, first, (actualiter) Bachelors to re-consider and renew the Tyrwhitt's of Arts or Inceptors, who are not suffiScholarship regulations, which have ceased cient standing to be created Masters of to be in force, have recommended to the Arts; or, secondly, Students in Civil Law Senate as follows:

or Medicine, of not less than four, or more 1. That there shall in future be six than seven years' standing, who shall be scholarships, called Tyrwhitt's Hebrew required, before they are admitted to beScholarships.

come candidates, to produce certificates from their respective professors, that they have kept the exercises necessary for the degree of Bachelor of Law or Physic.

3. That out of the net annual proceeds of Mr. Tyrwhite's benefaction, the sum of 1501. be divided among the six scholars, in the proportions hereinafter specified.

4. That the electors to these Scholarships shall be the Vice-Chancellor, the Regius Professor of llebrew, the Professor of Arabic, and two members of the Senate, to be nominated by the different colleges, according to the cycle of Proctors.

5. That if the Regius Professor of Hebrew, or the Professor of Arabic, or both of them, shall decline, or be prevented from examining, a deputy or deputies shall be appointed by a Grace of the Senate.

6. That is it shall happen at any time, that two of the offices severally constituting electors are united in the same person, the deputy for the elector in respect of one of the said offices shall be the Lord Almoner's reader in Arabic ; but if in any case the Lord Almoner's reader shall decline the office of deputy examiner, or shall be prevented from undertaking the said office, a deputy examiner shall be appointed in his place by a Grace of the Senate.

7. That if the Vice-Chancellor, the Regius Professor of Hebrew, the Professor of Arabic, or any two of them, shall be members of the same College, no elector shall in that case be appointed by that College, according to the cycle of Proctors; but the appointment shall be made by a Grace of the Senate.

8. That the appointment, when requisite, of an examiner or examiners by Grace of the Senate take place at the first congregation in the Lent term of the year, and that the examiner or examiners so appointed continue in office until the first congregation in the Lent term of the fol. lowing year.

9. That the examination for these Scholarships commence annually on the second Wednesday in May; and that persons intending to be candidates send in their names to the Vice-Chancellor on or before the first day of May.

10. That two scholars be elected in each year; that the first in the order of merit of these two receive an annual stipend of 301., and the second an annual stipend of 201., for three years from the time of election ; that in case of equality of merit, the stipend of each be 251.

11. That should it appear in any case to the majority of the electors that no one of the candidates is deserving of a Scholarship with the stipend of 301. a-year, it

shall be competent for them to elect one scholar only, with the stipend of 202. a-year.

12. That in case there shall be a defi ciency of deserving candidates for the two Scholarships in any year, the electors shall have power, in the second or third succeeding year, to elect additional scholars into the vacancy or vacancies thus occasioned ; after which the stipends, belonging to the Scholarships which have not been filled up, shall be appropriated in the manner appointed in the next regulation.

13. That the residue of the net annual proceeds of Mr. Tyrwhitt's benefaction not already disposed of by the third regulation, together with all accumulations which may arise under the twelfth regulation, shall form a fund to be expended in the promotion and encouragement of Hebrew Literature, at the discretion of the examiners, provided that not more than a third part of such fund be expended in any year.

14. That the account of this bequest be kept distinct from the general account of the University, and be annually audited by the electors in Michaelmas term before the first of November; and being so audited, shall be laid on the Registrary's table in the Senate-house at the next congregation, for the inspection of the Senate.

15. That these regulations shall be in force until the first congregation in Lent term, 1842,

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The following gentlemen of Trinity College have been elected Scholars of that Society:

C. M. Phillipps J. A. Frere


Gregory Stooks

Vaughan Sykes

Edlestone Blake

Pollard, sen. Mailand

Hardcastle Hodgkinson Murray

Westm, Howson


Schol. Grant

Stedman Barton

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. The following gentlemen have been elected Fellows of St. John's College :Rev. William Pound and William Hey, on the Foundation: and the Rev. James William Inman, on Mr. Platt's Foundation.

PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. At the request of the Plurian Professor, with the sanction of the Vice-Chancellor and Plumian Trustees, and by permission of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, the Astronomer Royal has commenced a course of Experimental Lectures on Optics, Mechanics, and Hydrostatics, in the room beneath the University Library.

Meetings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society for the present term :Monday, May 2; Monday, May 16.

At a meeting of the Philosophical Society, April 18, Professor Sedgwick, V.P. in the chair, various presents of books, &c. were announced. At the end of the meeting Professor Sedgwick gave an account, illustrated by drawings, of the geology of Wales, and the sequence of the older rocks, as made out by his own researches, and those of Mr. Murchison.

Rev. Edward Thompson, cousin of the Earl of Lonsdale, to Miss Ellen Percy, fifth daughter of the Bishop of Carlisle.

At North Elmham, Norfolk, by the Rev. H. E. Knatchbull, the Rev. W. H. Hanson, Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge, and Rector of Hockwold, near Wilton, Norfolk, to Anne Frances, daughter of the late, and sister of the present Right Hon. Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bart. M. P.

Rev. Edward Harston, of Burton-onTrent, to Anne Grenville, eldest daughter of R. W. Buttemer, Esq. of Kennington.

At St. Mary Magdalen Church, by the Rev. Dr. Gilbert, Principal of Brasennose College, the Rev. Richard Greswell, B.D. Fellow and Tutor of Worcester College, to Joana Julia, youngest daughter of the late Rev. James Armetriding, M. A. Rector of Steeple Aston, and formerly Fellow of Brasennose College.

On the 5th ult., at Birmingham, the Rev. James Appleton, M. A, of St. Nents, to Lucy Mary, only daughter of the late Mr. Nathaniel Lea, of the former place.

At. St. Luke's, Chelsea, by the Rev. John Rush, LL.B., father of the bride, c. E. Broome, Esq. B.A. of Trinity Hall, to Charlotte Harmah, grand-daughter of the Rev. Montague Rush, of Heckfield, Hants.

At St. Margaret's, Lothbury, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, John Banks Hollingworth, D.D., Norrisian Professor of Divinity, and Archdeacon of Huntingdon, to Mary Ann Tabor, third daughter of John Tabor, Esq. of Finsburysquare.

Rev. Richard William Wake, youngest son of the late Sir William Wake, Bart. and Rector of Courtenhall, Northamptonshire, to Harriet, youngest daughter of the late Right Hon. Henry Grattan.

Rev. S. J. Love, of Keady, Armagh, to Emily, daughter of R. S. Johnston, Esq. of Manchester.

Rev. Edward Powell, Vicar of Gurteens, county Sligo, to Louisa, eldest daughter of Lieut.-Col. E. T. Fitzgerald, K.H. of Tur: lough Park, county Mayo.

At Alveston, Gloucestershire, by the Rev. Dr.Charleton, the Rev. E. P. Morgan, late of Jesus College, to Charlotte, third daughter of the late Rev. Joho Sibley, Rector of Walcot, Bath.

On the 6th ult., at Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire, the Rev. James F. S. Gabb, M. A. Fellow of Jesus College, and Incumbent of Charlton Kings, to Eliza, daughter of W. Baylis, Esq. of Hearne House.

MARRIAGES. At Trinity Church, Chester, Robert Lowe, M.A. Probationer Fellow of Magdalen College, to Georgiana, second daughter of the late George Orred, Esq., of Aigburth, near Liverpool.

Anthony Cleasby, Esq., Barrister-atLaw, and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, to Lucy Susan, youngest daughter of the late Walter Fawkes, Esq. of Farnley Hall, Yorkshire.

At the British Embassy, at Paris, William Ricketts Parker, Esq., late a Gentleman-Commoner of Oriel College, to Anna Maria, daughter of the late Henry Taylor, Esq. of the Civil Service, Madras.

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The Rev. George Knight, B.A. of St. Edmund Hall, to Sophia, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Hill, Vice-Principal of St. Edmund Hall.

At St. George's, Hanover-square, London, Lord Oxmontown, eldest son of the Earl of Rosse, and B. A. of Magdalen College, Oxford, to Mary, eldest daughter of John Wilmer Field, Esq. of Heaton Hall, and Helmesley Lodge, Yorkshire.

At All Souls', Marylebone, London, Henry Iltid Nicholl, M.A. of St. John's College, Oxford, eldest son of Iliid Nicholl, Esq. of Portland-place, to Mary Anne, second daughter of Henry Hoyle Oddie, Esq. of the same place, and of Colney House, Herts.

At Weobly, the Rev. George Enoch, of Aberdovy, Merionethshire, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr. James Baskerville.

At the residence of the British minister, Copenhagen, by the Rev. R. Stevenson Ellis, M. A. Chaplain to the Mission, &c., the Rev. Nugent Wade, M. A. British Chaplain at Elsinore, to Louisa, fourth daughter of the late Charles Fenwick, Esq. his Britannic Majesty's Consul iu Denmark.

Rev. John Wylde, of Bellbroughton, Worcestersbire, to Jane, youngest daughter of the Rev. Thomas Philpott, Rector of Pedmore, Worcestershire.

Rev. Benjamin Hemming, Curate of Broadway, Worcestershire, to Caroline, youngest daughter of Mr. Beesley, of the city of Worcester.

On the 2d ult. at St. Pancras Church, London, Martin, youngest son of the Rev. Arthur Annesley, M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Rector of Clifford Chambers, Gloucestershire, to Sarah Charlotte, daughter of William Penn, Esq. of Brighton.

On the same day, at Ashleworth, near Gloucester, the lady of the Rev. C. Hardwicke, of a daughter.

April 8, at Baughurst, the lady of the Rev. R. B. Pinniger, M.A. of Pembroke College, of a daughter.

April 9, at Southrepps, the lady of the Rev. John Dolphin, of a daughter.

April 10, at Amen.court, St. Paul's, the lady of the Rev. W. J. Hall, of a daughter.

April 10, the lady of the Rev. William Andrewes, of Buckingham, of a daughter, still-born.

April 11, at Hatton Parsonage, near Warwick, the lady of the Rev. John Lynes, of a daughter.

April 11, at Tunstall Rectory, Suffolk, the lady of the Rev. T. G. Ferraud, of a


April 12, at the residence, St. James's Chapel, Hampstead Road, the lady of the Rev. Henry Stebbing, of a daughter.

April 14, at Reading, the lady of the Rev. F. Valpy, of a daughter.

April 17, in New Bridge-street, London, the lady of Edward Baldwin, Esq. M.A. of St. John's College, of a son.

April 18, at Merriman's Hill House, the lady of the Rev. George St. John, of

BIRTHS. March 19, at Mickleton Vicarage, Gloucestershire, the lady of the Rev. J. N. Edwards, of a son,

March 20, at Bickenhill, the lady of the Rev. C. T. Elers, of a daughter.

March 22, at Oddington, the lady of the Rev. R. Eldridge, of a daughter.

March 23, at her mother's, (the Viscountess Glentworth), at Clifton, the

a son.

At the Rectory, Beaumont, Essex, the lady of the Rev. B. J. Harrison, of a son.

At Great Rissington, the lady of the Rev. W. S. Escott, of a daughter.

At the Vicarage, Ware, the lady of the Rev. H. Coddington, of a daughter.

At Speenhamland, the lady of the Rev. John A. D. Meakin, M.A. Curate of St. Mary's Chapel, of a son.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Our opinion as to the evil tendencies of such appointments as are alluded to by “H. M. Laicus" coincides with his own, but to the remedy he prescribes we demur.

We admire the spirit of " A Layman,” and would have published his letter had we space,
The same must be our apology to “X." and to numerous other friends.

Page 193, line 5 from bottom, for « violence," read " violation."
Page 212, line 8 from bottom, for "Sacrament," read “salvation."

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