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Death of the Bishop of Chester.—The above learned prelate, who had been seriously ill for some weeks, died on Thursday morning, at the palace at Chester. The deceased was the son of John Graham, Esq., of Durham, and was born in the year 1794. He was educated at the Durham Grammar School, and in 1816 entered at Christ's College, Cambridge, where he was Fourth Wrangler and Chancellor's medallist. He was ordained in 1818, and in 1843 appointed to the rectory of Willingham, Cambridgeshire. On the translation of Dr. Sumner to the archiepisoopal see of Canterbury in 1848 he was consecrated Bishop of Chester, and in the following year was made Clerk of the Closet, The annual value of the diocese is £ 4,500. trri1\f;¡¡r fi)i"-5' V. •• • C.

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