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ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL.—The Bishop of London has appointed the Rev. T. Dale, vicar of St. Bride's; the Rev. Laucelot Sharpe, rector of Allhallows Staining; and the Rev. H. Soames, to prebendal stalls in the Cathedral of St. Paul.—Globe. Mr. T. C. Harrison, one of the oldest clerks in the Treasury, has been appointed by Sir R. Peel to the office of Senior Clerk, vacant by the lamented death of the late un- fortunate Mr. E. Druinmond. — Standard. MEETING TO ESTABLISH A LIFE-BOAT AT ABERYST- "WITH.—The late dreadful wrecks have stimulated Aberyst- with to make an effort to establish a Life-boat there. Last week a requisition was presented to the mayor for the pur- pose of convening a public meeting of the inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood, ill. order to concert and adopt measures for establishing a Life-boat. His worship having appointed Friday morning, at the Town-hall, for the holding ot such meeting, the same was held accordingly—the mayor took the chair shortly after 11, and the meeting (which was numerous) was attended by some of the most influential inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood, and the result wat, that a subscription was immediately commenced for the purpose of purchasing a Life-boat;—nearly £50 was sub- scribed at the meeting—the price of the boat being stated to be about JE80.

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