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lJt gljttrrtj Lord Lyttalton intends to re-introduce his bill for the incie ise ot the episcopate, at the beginning of the session and Mr Osborne Morgan will de likewise with his Burials B II. The following scholars were elected, on Tuesday, at Jesus College, Oxford:—Classical: Mr D. J. Hunt, commoner of the college; Mr Thomas J. Evans, from Ruthin Grammar School. Mathematical: Mr D. G. Davies, commoner of the college Mr Robert Newport, from Bristol Grammer School; Mr William Roberts, from Dolgelley Grammar School. Speaking at a missionary meeting, at Gainsborough, the Bishop of Lincoln stated that he had the best authority for saying that the object of the Prince of Wales'visit to India was to further the cause of Christian missions in that country, which object was to be accom- plished, however, with due regard to political considera- tions. Dr. Hook, Dean of Chichester, who was born in 1798, died on Wednesday. The deceased cleric, who was educated at Oxford, was for 22 years vicar of Leeds, until 1859, when the late Lord Derby appointed him to the deanery of Chichester. He was also chaplain in Ordinary to three sovereigns-Goorge the Fourth, Wil- liam the Fourth, and her Majesty the Queen. The following preferments in the Diocese of Chester are announcedThe Rev William George Bridges, M.A., licensed to the stipendiary curacy of the parish church of St Mary, Stockport, Cheshire. The Rev William Archibald Sheringham, M.A., licensed to the ptipendiary cutacy of the parish church of Aughton, Lancashire. The Bisbep of Winchester has proposed to the clergy and laity of his diocese that they shall raise a sum suffi- cient to found one of the intended new missionary Indian bishoprics. The sum required would be £10,000. On the day appointed for the general intercession on behalf of missions, November 30, offertory collections will be made, and a considerable portion of what is then contri- buted will no doubt be applied to the establishment of a missionary Indian episcopate. Mr Gladstone has written a. letter with reference to the late Bishop of Brechin, in the course of which he says :—"I had for the Bishop of Brechin many feelings of respect and admiration as a man of devoted life and hbour, of wide learning, of balanced mind, uniting with a strong grasp of Catholic principle the spirit of a true historic student and a genuine zeal for literary culture. I am deeply grieved at a loss which it will be hard indeed to bear or repair." In the case of James v. Roberts,, Mr Jeune, on Wed- nesday, applied to the Dean of Arches to accept letters of request from the Bishop of Bangor to institute pro- ceedings under the Church Discipline Act against the Rev. William A. Roberts, the rector of Landdyfrau, in the diocese of Banger. The charge was drunkenness on four occasions. Tfee bishop' was patron of the living, and on application to the Archbishop of Canterbury a com- mission had been issued, and the 'Commissioners reported that there was a prima facie ease for further inquiry, and the Bishop of Bangor had fortrarded to the Official Principal ot the Court of Archers that a. fiat might he commeaced against the rector for drunkenness Tho Dean of Arches accepted the letters of request, and directed a citation to be issuod agamst the defendant to answer the charges. ST. DAVID S COLLEGE. At the October examination at St. David's Cellege, Lampeter, the following gentlemen were elected to scholarships and exhibitions Thomas Thomas (senior scholar), jE40, 3rd year man, senior scholar la, joint Batesman 1874, first class moderations 1875. Arthur Barret, jE35, 3rd year man, Professor at the Government College, Bombay, classical prizetelsn 1875, 1st class moderations, 1875. J. L. Clougher, 35, 3rd year, joint Bate&aan 1874, senior scholar 1874,1st class moderations 1875. Bugh Jones, £80,3rd year, £30 scholarship 1874, 1st class moderatisas. H. M. Williaicfi. £ 30, 3rd year, £24 scholar 1874, 1st class moderations 1875. Tom Taylor 'Evans, son of Mr David Evacs, of Merthyr, £ 24, 1st year, entered April, 1875. D. Davies, £24, 2nd year, 2fid class responsions, 1875. B. W. Christie, £20, 2nd year, 2nd Class responsions 1875. Evan Evaas, £20, 3rd year, 2nd class moderations. Thomas Kees, .£16, 3rd year, 2nd ciass moderations. T. C. Erans, £12, 3rd year, 2nd class moderations.

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