ο»Ώ Ciiurdi.|1845-07-26|The Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian Glamorgan Monmouth and Brecon Gazette - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Ciiurdi. There are now in progress, in the diocese of Chester, no fewer than 9G churches. CLERICAL PREI-KUMKNT,—The Rev. Thomas Mason to the vicarage of Sbepton Montague, Somerset; patron the Enrl of Ilchester. Inaconvocation liolden recently at Oxford, the Decree of Doctor in Civil L:nv was conferred oil the Rev. James Caulfield Browne, of St. John's College, vicar of Dudley. The incorporated society for promoting the building. of c'burches, have made a grant for a new church at M iek, parish of YV ir*lc aud Abson, near Bristol, with a rural population of GOO. The Rev. Charles Evanson, ALA., took the usual oaths of supremacy before the recorder on Tuesday week, con- sequent upon his being appointed incumbent to the new church of St. Andrew, Mont.pelier. The church of Leverington, near Wisbech, was Oil week, after undergoing a thorough restoration, at a cost of near. £ 1500, towards which the ltev. J. H. Sparke, the rectot, contributed £ 5CM). A new open roof has been put uji, and the old pews lave been replaced by open seats. ADVOWSON OI* HUTTON.—The perpetual advowson of Hutton, about 21 miles from estoti-super-Mare, in the county of Somerset, was sold by auction by Messrs. Fargus and Son, at the Commercial Rooms, on Thursday week for £ 3400. The age of the present incumbent is 53. "W e understand that G. Gibbs, Esq., of Belmont House, was the purchaser. CAMBRIDGE, JULY IS.—CHRIST'S COLLEGE.—The Rev. Robert Middiemist, B.A., of Christ's College, has just been appointed Mathematical Master of Harrow School. MAGDALEN COLLEGE.—The Rev. Henry Hall, M.A., has just been appointed Head Master of the Grammar School, St. Alban's. QUEEN'S COLLEGE. — The Rev. John Sheffield, M.A., has just been appointed Head Master of the Grammar School, Rochdale. Some anxiety has existed as to the course which the Rev. J. M. Capes, who has lately gone over to Romanism, might pursue with regard to St. John's Church, Bridg- water; but the question is set at rest byaletter which Air. Capes has addressed to the Morning IL-rald this week, in which he says that he has no intention that the building should be devoted to the purposes of the [Roman] Catholic Church." ARCHDEACON THORPE. — We regret, to learn that Archdeacon Thorpe is still confined to his bed by illness and it is feared that he will not be able to hold his visita- tion for the Archdeaconry of Bristol, in person, at the time appointed. If this should unfortunately be the case, arrangements, will, we understand, be made to meet the difficulty, and the clergy and churchwardens will be com- municated with accordingly.

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