Degrees conferred November 4.

Heathcote, William, Esq. Fellow of All
Souls, Grand Compounder.
Perceval, 11on. Arthur Philip, Fellow of
All Souls.

Taylor, Simon, Esq. Fellow of All Souls,
Grand Compounder.


Jenkins, Rev. Owen, Fellow of Jesus. Moor, Rev. J. F. Brasenose, Grand Compounder.

Roberts, Rev. Alfred, Trinity.

Withby, Henry, Merton.


Currie, James, University.
Evans, William, Trinity.
Floyer, Charles, Trinity.

Kekewick, George Granville, Exeter.
Meredith, William George, Brasenose.
Morris, John Baden, University.
Trench, William, Christ Church.
November 11.


Jennings, Rev. Philip, Worcester, Grand compounder.

Duboulay, James Thomas, Exeter.
Haynes, Rev. David, St. John's, Grand

Hindes, Walter, St. Mary Hall.
Nelson, John, St. John's.

Prosser, Rev. Samuel, St. John's. Stephenson, John Wilkinson, Taberder of Queen's.


Aitchinson, David, Queen's.
Bayntun, Samuel Adlam, Pembroke.
Dynwik, William George, Exeter, Grand

Legge, Henry, Christ Church.
Minet, Charles William, University.
Puxley, John Lascellin, Brasenose.
Spence, Hugh Maltby, Lincoln.
Tuckfield, John Henry Hippisley, Oriel.

November 18.

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Proctor, Rev. Thomas, Michell's Fellow of Queen's.

Rouch, Rev. Frederick, St. John's.


Butler, William James, Demy of Magdalen.

England, William Henry, Pembroke. Grenfell, Algernon, Scholar of University.

Hoblyn, Richard, Scholar of Balliol.
Hopkinson, Charles, Queen's.
Legard, Thomas Digby, Magdalen.
Schomberg, Rev. Alexander William,

On Thursday, October 27, a Convocation was holden, when James Adey Ogle, of Trinity college, D.M. was unanimously elected Professor of the Practice of Medicine, on the foundation of George Aldrich, D.M. in the room of Dr. Bourne, who had lately resigned that Professorship, and been elected Lord Litchfield's Clinical Professor in Medicine:

On Wednesday, Nov. 7, Simon Taylor, Student in Civil Law, who had lately resigned, was re-elected Fellow; and Richard Charles Hippesley Tuckfield, B.A. of Oriel college, was elected Fellow of All Soul's college.

On Thursday, Nov. 4, William Hill, Edward Blencowe, and John Griffiths, were admitted Scholars of Wadham college.

quitt, B.A. of Brasenose college, was November 19.-Scrope Milner Colelected Fellow of that Society.

November 24.-The Rev. John Henry Hogarth, B.C.L. of Emmanual college, was incorporated B.C.L. of Wadham college.

November 26.-John Allen Giles, of the County of Somerset and Diocese of Bath and Wells, was admitted Scholar of Corpus Christi college.

The Rev. William Lewis Davies, M.A. and Fellow of St. John's college, is appointed Second Master of Elizabeth college, Guernsey; M. de Joux, late of Geneva, Master of the Mathematical School; M. de des Lauriers, of the Uni. versity of Paris, Master of the French

School; and Mr. Tyers, of Christ's Hos pital, London, Writing and Arithmetical Master.


Degrees conferred November 19.

Hanbury, Rev. John, St. Peter's.
Hicks, Rev. C. Thomas, Trinity.
Newcome, Rev. Thomas, Queen's, Com-

Newsam, Rev. James, Christ's.

Russell, Rev. W. Brighton, Catherine Hall.

Thompson, Rev. William, Trinity.


Atkinson, Joseph Milner, Catherine Hall. Kerr, Mark Henry James, Trinity. November 24.


Morgan, Rev. William, Emmanuel.

Hardwicko, Rev. W. Corpus Christi,

Kiddersley, Edward C. Esq. Trinity. Oldacres, Rev. Edward William, Clare Hall.


Waterfield, Thomas, Christ.


Bishton, John, Trinity.

Chichester, George, A. F. Downing.
Panton, Richard, Peter-House.

Ramsden, William, Christ's.

Vesey, George, Trinity.

October 28.

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Wortham, Walter, B.A. Magdalen college, Cambridge.

By Lett. Dim. from the Bishop of Lincoln. PRIESTS. Buck, John, B.A. and

Fennell, Samuel, M.A. Queen's college.
Giraud, Edward Augustus, B.A. and
Henslow, John Stevens, M.A. St. John's
college, and

Laing, David, B A. St. Peter's college,

Bg Lett. Dim. from the Bishop
of Gloucester.

PREFERMENTS. Amphlett, Rev. Joseph, M.A. Curate of King's-norton, (late Fellow of Worcester college, Oxford,) to the Perpetual Curacy of Wythall, Worcestershire; Patron, the Rev. JOHN WINGFIELD, D.D. in right of his Vicarage of Bromsgrove.

Birkett, Rev. William, M.A. late of Brasenose college, Oxford, and Minister of Penwortham, to the Vicarage of South Tawton, Devonshire; Patrons, the DEAN and CANONS of WINDSOR. Blackstone, Rev. Frederick Charles, B.C.L. Fellow of New college, Oxford, to the Vicarage of Heckfield, in the county of Hants; Patrons, the WARDEN and FELLOWS of that SOCIETY. Chaplin, Rev. Edward, M.A. brotherin-law and Chaplain to the Hon. Mr. Justice Holroyd, to be Morning Reader and Evening Preacher to the Hon. Society of Gray's Ino.

Cobbold, Rev. Richard, M.. to the united Rectories of Wortham Everard and Wortham Jervis, Norfolk. Cutler, Rev. Richard, M.A. of Exeter college, Oxford, to be Master of the Free Grammar School, Dorchester. Elwin, Rev. Thomas Henry, M.A. to the Rectory of Bradfield St. Clare, Nor. folk; Patron, the Rev. ROBERT DAVERS, of Bradfield St. George. Faithful, Rev. Robert, M.A. late of Wadham college, Oxford, to the Vicarage of Warfield, Berks; Patron, MAXWELL WINDLE, Esq. of the Cloisters, Temple.

Faulkner, Rev. E. M.A. to be Chaplain Wood, Rev. John Page, LL.B. of Tri

to Worcester City Goal. Fea, Rev. Dr. of Magdalen hall, and of Parson's Green, Fulham, to be one of the Domestic Chaplains to his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex. Fellowes, Rev. J. M.A. to the Rectory of Deighton, Norfolk; Patron, VISCOUNT ANSON.

Goggs, Rev. H. B. A. to the Vicarage of South Creek, Norfolk; Patron, Mr. H. GOGGS, of Whissonsett, Norfolk. Hanbury, Rev. B. M.A. to the Vicarage of Bures St. Mary, Suffolk; Patron, O. HANBURY, Esq. of Great Cogge


Hopkinson, Rev. John, has been ap

pointed by the Dean and Chapter of Peterbough, Precentor and Librarian, on the resignation of the Rev. Mr. Mills.

Hutchinson, Rev. Charles Edward, M.A.

to be Prebendary of Chichester; Patron, the KING.

Keppel, Hon. and Rev. Edward Southwell, M.A. to the Rectory of Quiddenham, Norfolk; Patron, the EARL of ALBEMARLE. He is also appointed Domestic Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex.

Majendie, Rev. H. W. M.A. to be Prebend of Beaminster Prima; Patron, the BISHOP of SALISBURY. Marsh, Rev. Matthew, B.D. of Christ Church, Oxford, and Chancellor of the Diocese of Salisbury, to the Prebend of Chute and Chesinbury; Patron, the BISHOP of SALISBURY.

Maude, Rev. P. to be Chaplain of the

Bath City Infirmary and Dispensary. Meade, Rev. Richard John, M.A. of Balliol college, to be one of the Domestic Chaplains to the Earl of Cork and Or


Mills, Rev. Thomas, M.A. of Christ Church, Oxford, and Minor Canon of Peterborough, to the Living of Easton and Bringhurst, in the county of Leicester; Patrons, the DEAN and CHAPTER Of PETERBOROUGH.

Owen, Rev. Hugh, D.C.L. Rector of Beccles cum Endgate, Suffolk, to the Vicarage of Redisham, in the same county; Patron, the EARL of GOSFORD. Rowland, Rev. Joshua, M.A. to the Rectory of Holton, Suffolk; Patron, SIR WILLIAM ROWLEY, of Tendring Hall, Suffolk.

Rust, Rev. Edgar, M.A. to the Rectory of

Drinkstone, Suffolk; Patron, JoHN EDGAR RUST, Esq. of Stowmarket. Shuttleworth, Rev. Philip Nicholas, D.D. and Warden of New college, Oxford, to the Rectory of Foxley, Wilts; Patron, the Right Hon. HENRY RICHARD VASSALL LORD HOLLAND. Sumner, Rev. Charles Vernon Holme, to be Domestic Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Duke of York,

nity college, to the Rectory of St. Peter's, Cornhill; Patrons, the CoмMON COUNCIL of the CITY of LONDON. CLERGYMEN MARRIED. Barlow, Rev. William, M.A. Vicar of St. Mary Breden, Canterbury, second son of Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Barlow, K.C.B. and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence, to Louisa, second daughter of the late Robert Jones Adeane, Esq. of Babraham, Cambridgeshire, at Marylebone Church.

Beresford, Rev. Marcus G. son of the

Bishop of Kilmore, to Mary, widow of the late R. Digby, Esq. at Ilfracombe, North Devon.

Birkett, Rev. William, M.A. late of Brasenose college, Oxford, Minister of Penwortham, and Vicar of South Taunton, Devonshire, to Mary, daughter of S. Horrocks, Esq. M.P. Nov. 4, at Penwortham Church.

Brooks, Rev. J. W. of Retford, to Sarab, daughter of John Fearby, Esq. of Poppleton Lodge, near York.

Budge, Rev. E. B.A. to Miss Thomasin Tucker, of Plymouth.

Day, Rev. Charles, B.C.L. of Folking

ham, Lincolnshire, to Sarah, relict of the Rev. Edward Smith, of that place. Dewe, Rev. W. Curate of Whitwell, Der

byshire, to Sophia, daughter of the late William Godley, Esq. of Chester. Dennis, Rev. M. G. B.A. of Ben'et college, Cambridge, to Mrs. Towsend, relict of R. W. Towsend, Esq. late of Truckett's Hall, Boxted, Suffolk. Dodson, Rev. Christopher, M.A. of University college, Oxford, to Eleanor, only daughter of the Rev. L. G. Halton, at Thruxted.

Durham, Rev. Thomas, M. A. Fellow of
Catherine Hall, Cambridge, to Louisa,
eldest daughter of the Rev. Dawson
Warren, Vicar of Edmonton.
Heigham, Rev. Thomas George, of North
Walsham, to Miss Sophia Roper,daugh-
ter of the late Snelling Roper, Esq. of

Hoskin, Rev. T. B.D. Rector of Kempstone, and of Basford, Notts, and late Fellow of Sidney Sussex college, Cambridge, to Miss Blount, at Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire.

Ibbotson, Rev. A. Incumbent of Ramden, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. B. Rawling, of Leeds.

Jackson, Rev. G. C. B.C.L. Fellow of New college, Oxford, and Chaplain in the Hon. East India Gompany's service, at the Presideney, Bombay, to Arabella, daughter of the late Rev. T. Knightley, of Cherwelton, Northants, Nov, 2, at Southampton.

Loft, Rev. John, Rector of Wyham, to Miss F. W. Pennell, of Sudbrook Hall, Lincolnshire.

Marsh, Rev. Henry, of Bungay, to Caro

line Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. John Sewell, Fore-street, London. Meredith, Rev. R. B.A. of St. Edmund

hall, Oxford, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Rev. L Canniford, Nov. 9, at St. Helen's, Abingdon. Newbery, Rev. Henry, of Hagborn,

Berks, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Daniel Day, Esq. of Nailsworth, at Avening, Gloucestershire.

Parry, Rev. Thomas, M. A. Fellow and
late senior Dean and Catechetical Lec-
turer of Baliol college, Oxford, to
Louisa, fifth daughter of the Rev.
Henry Hutton, of Beaumont, Essex,
on the 21st of October, at Colchester.
Payne, Rev. William Rollett, of St.
John's college, Cambridge, to Mary,
second daughter of John Williams,
Esq. of Elmsgrove, Southsea, Comp-
troller of his Majesty's Customs, Ports-

Pearce, Rev. E. S. only son of the late
Dean of Ely, to Georgiana Elizabeth,
second daughter of George Smith,
Esq. M.P.

Perkins, Rev. S. W. Rector of Stockton,
Warwickshire, to Mary Ann, only
daughter of James Swan, Esq. of Olive
Mount, Lancashire.

Saunders, Rev. John, to Mrs. Protheroe,
widow of Thomas Protheroe, Esq. of
Usk, at St. Augustine's, Bristol.
Shew, Rev. Henry Edward, B.A. of
Worcester college, Oxford, to Eliza-
beth, only surviving daughter of the
late E. L. Harford, Esq. of Clifton,
Oct. 25, at St. Augustine's, Bristol.
Smith, Rev. Robert, of Little Berkhamp-
stead, Berks, to Jane, eldest daughter
of R. Chapman, Esq. of John-street,
Bedford-row, at St. Andrew's, Hol-

Vowles, Rev. James Parker, B.A. of St.
Peter's college, Cambridge, to Aurora
Mary, daughter of J. Daniel, Esq. at

Whitta, Rev. Thomas, of Terton, Devon,
to Mary, only daughter of Mr. R. Ver-
yard, of Bristol.

Bennett, Rev. M. W. at. East Looe,

Bennet, Rev. Thomas, one of the Minor
Canons of Canterbury Cathedral, Vicar
of St. Alphage and Rector of St. Mary,
Northgate, Canterbury; and Vicar of
Stone, Isle of Oxney; in the precincts
of the Cathedral, Canterbury.
Bevan, Rev. Henry, Vicar of Congres
bury, and Rector of Whitton, Radnor-
shire, at his house, Bristol.
Bishop, Rev. H. Vicar of Chiddingley,
at Ticchurst, Sussex.

Bracken, Rev. Edward, D.C.L. Vicar of
Snaith, Yorkshire.

Bull, Rev. H. T. second son of the Rev.
John Bull, Rector of that place and of
Tattingstone, Suffolk, at Pentlow Rec-
tory, aged 31.

Carisithen, Rev. William, Rector of
Maidstone, Devon.

Davy, Rev. W. formerly of Trinity col
lege, Cambridge, Rector of Stanfield
and of Sandringham cum Babingley,
and Vicar of Barwick, in the county
of Norfolk, on the 30th Nov. at In-
goldsthorpe, aged 69.

Gregory, Rev. Edward, Rector of Longars, Notts.

Heaton, Rev. Peter. Rector of Little Eversden, and Vicar of the adjoining parish of Great Eversden, at Little Eversden, aged 75 years. He was for. merly Fellow of Queen's college, Cambridge, and proceeded B.A. 1774, M.A. 1777, and B.D. 1786. The Rectory is in the gift of the President and Fellows of Queen's college, and the Vicarage, of the King.

Hockley, Rev. John, formerly of Magdalen college, Oxford, Oct. 27, in FitzLondon.

roy-square, Jones, Rev. Mr. Vicar of Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire.

Marsh, Rev. W. Rector of Weston Bam-
fylde, at his residence, South Cad-

Mathew, Rev. A. S. Rector of Broughton
Northants, and Joint Lecturer of St.
Martin-in-the-Fields for 60 years,
aged 91.

Maturin, Rev. R. C. M.A. Curate of St.
Peter's, Dublin.

Milward, Rev. J. F. at Astley's-row, Is-
lington, aged 71.

Moselee, Rev. Stephen, son of the Rev.

S. Moselee, of Little Baddow, Essex.. Niccolson, Rev. Henry, at Ryton, Cumberland.

Roberts, Rev. J. at Sedgeberrow, near
Evesham, aged 81.

Robertson, Rev. J. Incumbent of Sleighs,
Aislaby, and Ugglebarnaby, Yorkshire,
at Whitby, Yorkshire.

Robinson, Rev. John, Rector of Al

thorne and Cricksen, both in Essex. Sharpe, Rev. John, Rector of Saxby, at the Parsonage-house, Saxby, in the 79th year of his age.

Slade, Rev. E. D. M.A. late of Queen's
college, Oxford, Rector of Wanstrow,
Somerset, Oct. 31, at Bath.
Thomas, Rev. Thomas, late Curate of
Castlemorton, Worcestershire, sud-
denly, aged 63.

Whitley, Rev. Edward, Vicar of Stowey,

Whittington, Rev. H. D. at Argyll
House, after a lingering illness,



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