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ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. The Rev. Noel Thos. Ellison, MA. Fellow of CAMBRIDGE.-The Subjects for Sir William Balliol (ollege, Oxford, to the Rectory of Huins- Browne's Gold Medals, for the present year are, pill: Patrons, the Master and Fellows of that So. Greek Ode: city.-The Rev. Richard Waldy, AM. to the Rec
Ω παιδες Ελληνων ιτε, tory of Turner's l'addie, and Vicarage of Aftpuddle, Porset : Patron, Jas. Frampton, Esq.-The Rev. Ελευθερωτε πατριδ, ελευθερωτε δε W. Short, MA. Student of Cbrist Chureh, Oxford, Παιδας, γυναικας, νυν υπερ πανίων αλων. to the Vicarage of Chippenbam, Wilts.-Rev. T. Brown, to the lectureship of St. Andrew's, Ply- Latio Ode. " Aleppo urbs Syriæ terræ motu mouth.--Rev. J. Scholfield, MA. of Trinity Col. funditus eversa." lexe, Cambridge, to the Vicarage of Luildin. lon, Epigram. “Scribimns indocti doctique.". Liucoloabire : Patron, Jas. Lister. Esq. of Ouse- The Subject of the Hulseau Dissertation for the fee, Grange, Yorkshire.-The Rev, J. Cooper, present year is, “ The Doctrines of our Saviour as AV. of Trinity College, ('ambridge, to the third derived from the four Gospels, in perfect barmony Mastership of St. Paul's School. - The Rev. F. with the Doctrines of St. Paul, as derived from his Browning, MA. Prebendary of Salisbury, to the Epistles. The Prize for the Hulsean DissertaHectory of Titchwell, Norfolk. varanit by the tion, 1823, has been awarded to Win, Clayton Wal. deith of his father, the Rev. Dr. Browning.--The ters. BA. Fellow of Jesus College : Subject, “The Rev. H. W. Blake, Bd. Fellow of Corpus Christi Nature and Advantages of the lofluence of the College, presented by the Master and 'Fellows of Holy Spirit." that Society, to the Rerwory of Thurning, Norfok. The 'Subject for the Seatonian Prize Poeun is -The Rev. Geo. Kingsley, LLB. to the Rectory of « The Death of Ibsalom." Baruack, Northamptonshire.
Boughey, a son.
Folkes, a son. 23. At Chale Parsonage, Isle of Wight, the lady of
the Rev. Craven Ord, a daughter. - At Preshaw House, Hauts, the Right Hon.
Lady Mary Long, wife of Waller long, Esq.a son. 24. At Iroham Hall, Lincolnshire, the seat of
Lord De Clifford, the Hon. Mrs. Clifford, a son. - At Amcoti's House, the lady of R. R. Gorton,
Esg, a son and leir. 29. Io Mortimer-street, Cavendish-square, the
lady of Col. Hugh Paillie, a daugliter. - The lady of Adolphus Veerkerke, Esq. of Ju.
lians, Herts, a daughter. 30. Tbe laily of Capt. H. ('lose, a daughter. -- At West Malling, Kent, the lady of Capt. Sbaw,
RN. a daughter. - At Amwell Burv. Herts, the lady of H. Brown,
Esq. a son and beir. 31. The lady of J. B. Lousada, Esq. of Finsbury.
sunare, a dau: hter. Jan. I, 1824-it Rentale, the lady of Sir John
Ceresford, Lart, a danniter.
1. At Castle Hill, the seat of Earl Fortescue, lady
Mary Hainlyn Williams, a daughter. 6. At Forest Hill, near Windsor, the lady of Wu.
Felix Riley, Esq. a son and heir. 9. At Dogmersfield Park, the lady of Paulett St.
John Midmay, MP. a daughter. 12. At Crichet, Lady Charlotte Sturt, a daughter. 15. At the house of Mr. Sergeant Pell, Montague
place, Hossell-square, the Hon. Mrs. Pell, a son. 17. At Addlestrop Hall, Gloucestershire, the lady
of Chandos Leigh, Esq. a son and heir.
James Harvey, of Castle Semple, a son.
son and heir,
rough, Cumberland Gate, Hyde Park Corner, Dec. 30.-At Eaton Bishop, Joseph Stanton, Esq.
Lady Caroline Pennant, her Grace's daughter. of Lincoln's Inn and Inner Temple, Barrister
10. At Clapham. from the rupture of a blood-vessel,
John Prior, Esq. at-law, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the Rev.
11. At Odiham, in his 28th year, the Rev. Henry Henry Davis, of the former place, Vicar of Pe. terchurch, Herefordshire.
Washington, MA. Fellow of New College, Ox
ford. At St. Pancras', c. G. Christmas, Esq. of Gower-street, Bedford-square, to Jane, eldest
12. Of a fit of apoplexy, with which he was seized danghter. of John Landseer, Esq. of Upper
while sitting at his desk, at the Banking House Conway-street, Engraver to his Majesty.
in Mansion House Street, Joseph Marryatt, Esq. Jan. 3, 1824.- At St. Mary.le bone Church, Charles
MP. for Sandwich, Kent, and Chairman of the Lane, Esq. of Bedford-row,_to Emily Maria,
Committee at Lloyd's Coffee House, Mr. Mar. daughter of John Thornhill, Esq. of Cornwall
ryatt was in his 67th year.
14. ln his 74th year, the Rev. John Shaw, DD. terrace. 5. J. P. Robinson, Esq. of Camben-street, Glou
Senior Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, and cester-place, and of Mellonly, Yorkshire, to
Vicar of South Tetherwyn cum Trewen, Corn.
wall, Mary Ann, only daughter of John Scott, Esq. late of Edinburgh.
- Aged 70, Matthew Spragg, Esq. of Kingsland
Terrace. 6. At Dawlish, Devonshire, George Watts, Esq. of Sloane-street, Chelsea, to Charlotte, eldest 15. At Forhampton Court, Gloucestershire, aged daughter of the late John Everitt, Esq. of the
81, the Hon. Mary Yorke, relict of the Bishop of same place.
Ely, and daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Isaac 8. At Mary-le-bone Church, the Rev. James Bar
Maddox, Bishop of Winchester. row, Rector of Lopham, Norfolk, to Louisa,
16. In her 24th year, ('atherine Jane, eldest daughdaughter of the late Sir William Malet, Bart. of
ter of the late Jolin Groves, Esg. and GrandWilbury House, Wilts.
daughter of the late Gen. Chapman, RA. 10. At St. Giles', by the Bishop of Chichester,
17. At his Chambers in the Albany, aged 70, Wm. W. S. Jones, Esq. of the Crown Office, and of
Osgoode, Esq. formerly Chief Justice in Canada. Caroline-place, Guilford-street, to Sarah, daugh
- At Ormsby, in the County of Lincoln, (the seat ter of Stephen Hough, Esq. of Tavistock-street,
of her grandfather, C. B. Massingberd, Esc.) Bedford-square.
Harriet, eldest daughter of C. G. Mundy, Esq. of 12. At Mary-le-bone Church, William Babington,
Burton, Leicestershire, in her 17th year. Esq. of St. Jobn's-Wood-place, Regent's Park,
19. At Bath, Thomas King, Esq. late of Stamford to Katherine, youngest daughter of the late
Hill, and of London, merchant, aged 76. Wil iam Ravensworth, Prebendary of Rasharkin,
Elizabeth, relict of the late John Guilton, Esq. and Rector of Finroy, in the county of Antrim.
of Little Park, in the County of Hants, aged 78. 13. At Staynton, G. L. Elliot, of the Hon. East
20. At his seat, Bavfordbury, Herts, Wm. Baker, Company's Civil Service, at Bombay, to Tho
Esq. in his 81st year. masina Gertrude, eldest daughter of H. Leach,
- At Richmond, in his 81st year, the Right Hon. Esq. of Milford,
and Rev. James, Earl Cornwallis, Bishop of 14. Af St. Mary's, Lambeth, Adam Wilson, Esq.
Lichfield and Coventry, and Dean of Durham. of Fiosbury-square, third son of Adam Wilson,
His Lordship is succeeded in his titles and esEsq. of Glasgowego, in the county of Aberdeen,
tates by his only son, James Mann, Viscount to Martha Teresa, second daughter of the late
Broome, now Earl Cornwallis. William Lescher, Esq. 15. At St. Pancras''Church, Henry Magniac, Esq: At Duncrieff, Dr. John Rogerson, first Physician
to the Emperor of Russia.
At Edinburgh, General Francis Dundas, Col. of the - At St Mary's Crav, William Bent, Esq. of Liv.
71st Regt. of Foot, and Governor of Dumbarton coln's Inn, to Martha Amelia, eldest daughter
Castle. of Thomas Morgan, Esq. of the former place.
IN IRELAND. - In Cornwall, J. H. Walker, Esq. Surgeon, of At (anonbrook, near Lucan, aged 82, Jas. Gandou,
the Strand, to Mary, only daughier of the late Esq. architect.
Allen, Esq. MP.
At Madras, aged 25, Jane Elizabeth, wife of Capt. Esq. to Miss Gunn.
Wm. Fenwick, and eldest daughter of the late IN IRELAND.
Rev. Christopher Erle, of Gillingham, in the At Fermoy, Richard Wharton Mydleton, Esq.
County of Dorset. Capt. of the 71st Light Infantry, to Frances
At Paris, Matilda, youngest daughter of Sir GrenPenelope, only child of the late Colonel Watson,
ville Temple, Bart. of the same regiment.
At Paris, the lady of Jas. Browne, Esq. MP.
At Versailles, Wm. Pinckard, Esq.
At Madeira, Anna, daughter of Joho Carrick, Esq.
of Clapton. Dec. 21.-At Weymouth, Anne, wife of Captain At Nice, in bis 420 year, the Hon. and Rev. Thos.
Newcome, CB. of His Majesty's Ship, Pyrainus. Harris, son to the late and brother to the present 26. Fanny, wife of Col. Frazer, of the Hon. East Earl of Malmsbury. India Company's Service.
At Paris, in bis 54th year, after an illness of seves 28. 'ged 70. s. Pell, Esq. of Sywell Hall, in the ral years, the Rt. Hon. Henry Farl of Barry. County of Northampton.
more, Viscount Buttivavt. Baron Barry of Ole. 30. At Torgtay, Devonshire, Sarah, Countess of than and Ibanne, &c. &c. premier Viscount in Kilcoursie.
Ireland. His Lordship succeeded his brother, - At Myerscongb Hall, Lancashire, in his 58th the 7th Earl, in March, 1793; and in 1795 mar. year, Edward Greenhaigh, Esg.
ried dopa, daughter of Jeremiah Coghlau, Esq. 31. At Walthamstow, Thomas Courtenav Warner, of Ardo, Waterford. Having died without issue,
Esq. Treasurer of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, all bis titles become extinct, save that of the At bis seat in Cornwall, Sir A. P. Molesworth, ancient barons of Olethan, which devolyes on Bart.
his sister, Lady Caroline Melfort. His Lord. Jan. 4. 1824.–At Middleton Cheney, Northamp- ship's mother was amelia, daughter of William, tonshire, the Rev. Fras. Lloyd, MA. Iute Student second Farl of Harrington, by Lady Caroline of Christ Church, Oxford, and Assistant Master Fitzroy, eldest daughter of Charles, second Duke of the Charter-house School.
of Grufton. 5. At his Chambers in the Albany, Wm. Cruise, Emanuel Victor, the Ex-King of Sardinia. He is
Esq. of Lincoln's lon Barrister at Law, aged 72. succeeded by his brother, his present Majesty, 6. In Upper Bedford Place, Russell Square, the Chas. Felix
lady of John Loch, Esq. after having been deli. At the Cape of Good Hope, aged 28, E. S. Monvered of a daughter on the 28th of December. tagu, Esl. late Persian Secretary to the Govern10. At the residence of the Duchess of Muribo. ment at Calcutta,
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We must shelter ourselves under the same excuse for the non-publication of Mr. Farren's “ Essay on Hamlet” this month ; but it shall certainly appear in our next :-our great Poet is only now beginning to receive that portion of attention which his genius may fairly arrogate.