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Da. R.\ LATE BISHOP OF BANGOR, &C. An Altar-tomb, of Portland stone, has lately been erected in the church-yard of Fulham, in me- mory of the late Dr. Randolh, on which is the following Epitaph, descriptive of his Lordship's character and preferments. Under this Tomb is deposited all that is mortal, of that eminent Prelate JOHN RANDOLPH, Who was born July 1", 1749, died July 28, 1813i Too soon for the Church and his Country, and lamented by all Who have any respect for high resplendent talents and qualities; It was his lot to be placed in various and arduous Stations, but lie shone conspicuous in all. His learning was deep and accurate, His taste correct, his judgment sound, his industry indefatigable: His piety sincere, his firmness unshaken, his integrity uncorrupt. At Oxford, where he tilledttlie Chairs of Poe- try, the Greek Language, and Divinity, his name has long been enrolled anion* the most illustrious of her sous. His Theological Lectures were so admirable, that, if the laborious discharge of his other sacred duties had not deprived him of lei* sure to revise them for publication, they would have constituted the most durable monument of his fame. At the age of 50, being raised to the Bench, he governed in succession the Sees-of Oxford., Ban- gor, and London, having declined a stilt ritore ex alted station in Ireland. Nor did fic, disappoint the great and general expectations that were formed of him. No man knew bc-tter iti;iii him- self the Doctrine, the Discipline, trie Rights, and the whole Constitution of the Church of England, and no man iu these times was «iore watchful, more courageous, or more ahle to defend them — In him, therefore, the Church has prematurely lost an undaunted champion of Orthodoxy, and one of her firmest b'jhva-rks, agaiu-st innovation and change. Such was the T)ivine will May those who were directed and animated by his counsels, whilst he was alive, persevere in the same principles, And stiii reverence his example and authority, now that he is dead.

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