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[UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

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[UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. CAMBRIDGE.—June 27.—At a congregation this morn- ing the following gentlemen of this University were ad- mitted to honorary degrees:-rhe Earl Fitzwilliam, LL.D. Sir Charles Lemon, M.A.; and Sir Thomas Macdoughel; Brisbane, M.A., Trinity College. Preferinents.-Rev. J. Graham, B.D. Fellow of Jesus College, to the Vicarage of Hinxton and Swavesey Rev. J. Fendall, M.A. Fellow of Jesus Collegei to the Vicarage of Comberton Rev. C. Cookson, B.A. has been appointed one of the Minor Canons of the Catiaedral Church of Peterborough Rev. C. M. R. Norman, A.M. to the Rec- tory of Northwold, Norfolk; Rev. T. D. H. Wikon, B.A. to the Rectory of Hinderclay, Suffolk. OXFORD, June 27.—This day the following degrees were conferred Doctor in Iledicine.- Charles Badham, Radcliffe's Tra- velling Fellow, University. Bachelor in ffledicine.-(With licence to practice.)— William Duke, Magdalen Hall. Masters of Arts.—James Mitchell, Christ's Church, Grand Compounder; George Lloyd, St. John's, Grand Compounder; Philip Twells, and the Rev. Thomas Whitaker. Worcester; Rev. Edward Payne, Rev. Robert John Rollcs, and Robert James Mackintosh, Fellows of New College; George Frederick Fowle, Fellow of Exeter. Bachelors of Arts.— Kenelm Digby and John Ellison, Christ Church; Charles William Bingham, Henry Black- stone Williams, and Thomas Broadley tooks. Fellows of New College; Abdial Harris; Exeter; and Thomas Murray Cookeslev. O rial. The Lord Bishop of St. David s has been pleased to license the Rev. James Owen, of Cilvowir, Pembrokeshire, to the Perpetual Curacy of Llechryd, in the county of Cardigan, on the nomination of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore., and Chas. Richard Longroft, Esq of Llanina, in the county of Cardigan, vacant by the death of the Rev. Sampson Owen. SONS OF THE CLERGY.rhIrsday the Anniversary of the Sons of the Clergy was celebrated at St. Paul's Cathe dral, where a numerous assemblage of rank and fashion took place, and an appropriate sermon was delivered in support of the charity. The instrumental and vocal per- formers were numerous, and arranged similarly as at the rehearsal of the music. which was the same that has been performed for a series of years. The dinner, which was usually held at Merchant Tailor's Hall, was dispensed with this year; it was formerly very splendid and extrava- gant, and attended by noblemen, bishops, the judges, and the clergy. A handsome subscription was entered into at the entbediral.-Clwier Courant. TO THE ]i. EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE AND GUARJ>JA J SIR,—In your paragraph of the Parochial econoioy^j St. James's, Bath." you say (referring to the P^-iii competition for a clock-winder) this outdoes anythj the way of retrenchment." I deny this. A poor 1' of was removed about a fortnight ago from the par"i. onj Lliwcl, Breconshire, to the parish in which I reside« whose jacket and trowaers every button was previously off, lest too valuable property should be alienated- >' were determined to send us something not worth a b"1' Beat this if you can. Your's, BUTTON LA'5, j

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