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h. ; W. Townsend, M.A. Worcester, and Mathew, vicar of that parish, to Mary,
E. L. Bennett, B.A. Merton, O.xford ; second daughter of S. Enderley, Esq. of
L. Noel, M.A. Trinity, Cambridge ; L. Blackheath.
G. G. Dryden, B.A. Lincoln, and R. R.
Mendbam, M.A. Wadham, Oxford; and

J. W. D. Merest, St. John's, Cambridge. Married.--At Tunstal, the rov. T. E.

Bridges, D.D. President of C.C.C. 0.cMISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE. ford, to Jemima Sarah, third daughter

of the late G. Welch, Esq. of High Leck. CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

At Everton, near Liverpool, by the rev. Married. --At West Wratting Church, R. P. Buddicom, the rev. James Furniby the Lord Bishop of Peterborough, thú val, B.A. of Upton-upon-Severn, to Jave, very rev. Thos. Calvert, D.D. warden of eldest daughter of Charles Strand, Esq. Christ's college, Manchester, and vicar merchant, Liverpool. of Holme on Spalding Moor, to Juliana, The rev. R. C. Wilson, vicar of Preseldest daughter of Sir Charles Watson, ton, to Frances Harriet, daughter of the Bart. of Wratting Park.

late Thomas Parr, Esq. of the Bengal

Civil Service.
Married.--Tbe rev. R. Clowes, M.A.

LEICESTERSHIRE. yicar of Knutsford, to Catherine, only Married–The rev. W.W. Greenway, daughter of the rev. T. Je M.A. vicar rector of ewhold Verdon, to Emma, of Thaxted, Essex.

daughter of John Mayo, Esq. of Colesa


Died. The rev. W. Williams, B.D. Died.–At Dalston, aged 74, the rev.

rector of Medbourn cum Holt, formerly James Maggs, vicar of Ewell.

of St. John's college, Cambridge. DEVON.

LINCOLNSHIRE. Married.-The rev. W. W. Bagnell,

Diod.--The rev. W. Brackenbury, perpetual curate of Clist Honiton, to Martha, daughter of William Rock, Esq. and of East Keal.

many years rector of Halton Holgate, of Heavitree, Exeter, and relict of F. Le Mesurier, Esq.

From Cholera Morbus, at his vicarage

at Billesby, the rev. John Wayet, B.A. DURHAM.

MIDDLESEX. Married.-Tbe hon. and rev. Edward Grey, rector of Whickham, Durham, and Married.-At Marylebone Church, the brother of Earl Grey, tó Miss Adair, rev. H. L. Neave, second son of Sir, T. niece to Lady Barrington.

Neave, bart. to Agnes Aun, eldest daugh

ter of the late rev. Sir R. Sheffield, bart. HANTS.

Died.-In London, the rev. W.B. CraMarried.-At Alverstoke, the rev. Are thern, late of Dedham, Essex. thur Goddard, to Anna, eldest daughter of Captain Barker, R.N. of Cold Har.

NORFOLK. bour, Gosport.

Married. The rev. Geo. Fauquier, Died. Afte a long illness, the rev. rector of Barton, to Caroline, youngest Robert Gatehouse, B.D. rector of Stoke daughter of the late Sir John Morris, Charity, and late fellow of Corpus Christi bart. of Claremont, Glamorganshire. college, Oxford.-The living is in the gift

The rev. J. C. Matchett, M.A. of Conyof the president and fellows of the above ham, to Eliza Janette, eldest daughter of Society.

the late rev. C. Dade, M.A. rector of At his house at Westend, near South. Denver. ampton, aged 47, the rev. J. Essen.

At Southampton, aged 73, the rev. Sir
Charles Rich, bart.

Married. The rev. William Thursby,

M.A. of Oriel college, Oxford, vicar of HUNTINGDONSHIRE, All Saints, Northampton, and of Hardo Married.–At Frampion, the rev. Mr. ingstone, in the same county, to Eleanor Moore, of Moulton, to Betania, only Mary, eldest daughter of "John Hardaughter of the late Thomas Tunnard, Shire.

greaves, Esq. of Ormerod House, LancaEsq. Frampton Hall.


Married.At Wendlebury, by the rov. Married. At Greenwich, the rev. G. G. J. Dupuis, M.A. fellow of King's col. lege, Cambridge, the rev. C. W. Stocker, The first three livings are family proM. A. fellow of St. John's college, Oxford, perty, the fourth is in the gift of tbe and principal of Elizabeth college, Guern- Crown. sey, to Frances Hannah, second daughter of the rev. G. Dupuis, M.A. rector of

SURRY. Wendlebury.

Married. At Lambeth, the rev. B. J, The rev. Thomas Trevenon Penrose, Ward, M.A. of Trinity college, Orford, M.A. and fellow of Exeter college, on the

to Isabella Frances, youngest daughter Archdeaconry of Cornwall Foundation, of the late R. Phillips, of Longworth, to Susannah Mary, second daughter of Herefordshire. the rev. J. Brooke, rector of Ganston, Died.At the vicarage, Mitcham, aged Notts.

73, the rev. S. D. Meyers, M.A. vicar of Died. The rev. John Sim, B.A. aged that parish nearly 46 years. 77, formerly of St. Alban’s-hall.


Married.-The rev. E. Egremont, seMarried.—The rev. David Hopkins, 'cond son of John Egremont, Esq. of rector of Bucknell, to Anne, eldest Reedness, to Sarah, second daughter of daughter of N. Cockell, Esq. of Boyers,

J. Maude, Esq. of Selaby, in the county Westbury, Wilts.

of Durham. At Longford Church, the bon, and rev.

At Wath, the rev. Thomas Commeline, William Nevill, son of the Earl of Aber

of St. Alban Hall, and of Miserder, gavenny, to Caroline, second daughter

Gloucestershire, to Anne Frances, seof Ralph Lecke, Esq. of Longford Hall.

cond daughter of the rev. B. Newton,

rector of Wath. The rev. B. Powell, minister of St. George's, Wigan, to Anne, only daughter

Died.-Aged 88, the rev. Wm. Caile, of the rev. T. Wade, of Tottington.

vicar of Hemingborough. He performed

all the duties of bis sacred office to the STAFFORDSHIRE.

day of his death. Died. Aged 70, the rev. Joseph

WALES. Sharpe, vicar of Clent.

Married. At Llanbedehr, by the Dean SUFFOLK.

of St. Asaph, the rev. Geo. Strong, M.A.

of Dyserth, vicar of St. Asaph and LlanMarried.At Hoxne, the rev. John saanan, in the county of Denbigh, to Knevet, master of the Free Grammar Miss Bury, daughter and co-heiress of School, Eye, to Miss Kerry, of the former the late T. Bury, Esq. of Bury, in the place.

county of Lancaster. At Ipswich, the rov. William Aldrich, At Carmarthen, the rev. D. A. Wil. B.D. rector of Boyton, Wilts, to Maria, liams, master of the Free Grammar youngest daughter of the late William School, Carmarthen, to Miss Frances Heysing Meyer, Esq.

Charrett. Died.--At Aldborough, aged 37, the

SCOTLAND. rev, E. Collyer, only son of the rev. C. Collyer, of Gunthorpe Hall.

Died. At Dairice, in Fifeshire, aged At Plymouth, the rev, James Russell 85, the rev. Robt. M'Cullock, D.D. mi. Deare, vicar of Bures, and one of his

nister of that parish. Majesty's chaplains in ordinary.

IRELAND. At Beccles, aged 77, the rev. Bence Bence, rector of Beccles St. Michael and Died. At Dublin, of a brain fever, Thorington, perpetual curate of Redi. the rev. R. P. Gamble, inspector of gaols sham, and vicar of Beccles St. Mary. in that city.



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those whom he had thus made Iris ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE UN. friends by dishonest services, beJUST STEWARD.

stowed on them to the detriment of Luke xvi. 8.

bis master, He is described to us And the Lord commended the unjust

as reflecting with himself what steward because he had done wisely

course of life he should pursue on for the children of this world are in their being deprived of his stewardship. generation wiser than the children of The alternative of labour oceurs to light.

him that he instantly rejects as The parables of our Saviour are to quite out of his power ;-his next be regarded as particular examples thought is, whether he can submit or illustrations designed to enforce to the shame of earning liis liveli. particular truths. In reading them lood in indolence by begging—that and applying them to our practical also, as being a public exposure of use, we ought closely to consider his disgrace, he cannot bring himthe immediate drift and scope of self to endure. His ingenuity supthose passages of Scripture in which plies 'him with a third resource, they occur, and to limit them ac- which he immediately adopts, as cordingly, in order to perceive their saving him both the drudgery of true force and spirit. We are not to labour and the infamy of the comconceive ourselves entitled to draw mon beggar. By diminishing from the general inferences from them be- sums due to his master, the account yond the actual lesson which they of which was "under his care and are delivered to convey :- or again superintendence, he obtains favour are we to view them in detail, and to with the different debtors, and sc. suppose that the instruction which cures their friendship and interest they give applies to every expression on being discarded from his place. or particular passage in them. He is then represented in the para

The parable, of which the text is ble as praised for this master-stroke a portion, is peculiarly open to mis- of policy, and his example is held constructions of this pature. It re- out to us for instruction in the presents to us a steward who was mode of pursuing our spiritual welabout to be dismissed from his fare. We are told, that the Lore! office, employing fraudulent and commended the unjust steward, betreacherous means of ingratiating cause he had done wisely; for the himself with his master's debtors, in children of this world are in their order that in the day of his dis- generation wiser than the children tress he might find a refuge with of light. REMEMBRANCER, No. 71.

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