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CLERfCAL INTELLIGENCE. C.VMUI11DGK, N'OV. L Tlie Seattrnian prize for the present year was oil Tuesday last adjudged to the Rev. John Over- ton, M. A. of Trinity college, for the poem on The Building and Dedication of the .Second Temple." At a congregation on Wednesday last, John Wylde, Esq. B. C L. of Trinity college, Bar- rister at law, was admitted Doctor in Civil Law. William Golden Lumlev, Esq. B. C. L. of 11 Trinitv hall, was on Tuesday last admitted Fel- low of that society, in the room of the late Snow- don Barne, Esq. The mastership of the Perse trraininar scoool. In this town, is vacant by the resignation of the Rev. J. Wilson. The Lord Bishop of Lincoln has instituted the Rev. T. Brown, domestic chaplain to the Coun- tess of Sandwich, and rector of Conington in this CHUnty, to hold by dispensation the rectory of Wistow, in the county of Huntington, on the presentation of James Torkirigton, Esq. of Stukelev hall. The Rev. Thomas Martyn. B. A. of Queen's college, Oxford, has been prt-seiiteit to the recto- ry of Pertenhall, Bedfordshire, vacant by the death of the Rev. T. Martyn, Professor of Bo- tany in, this uiiiversity. The Rev. Chaloner Stanley Leathes, M. A. has been presented to the Rectory of Eltesho- rnagh. in the county of Bucks, by Robert firen- hill, Russell, of Checquers, Esq. M. J8. for Thirsk. William. John Broderlck, M. A. has beew instituted to the Rectory of Castle Rising 0 with Roydoh. Norfolk, on the presentation ofthe lion. Pulke Grevilla Howard, and the Hon. iVlivry wife. OXFOBII, Nov. 5. On Thursday Inst the thanks of the University were linanimousily voted in Convocation to the Rev. Dr, Kllefton, Fellow of Magdalen college, for the foundation of a Theological Prize. On the same day the following Degrees were conferred:—; Doctor in Divinity.-— ReV. William BucMand, Canon of" ChristChurch, and Reader in Geology and Mineralogy. Do'cltn in Cud Law.—John Nicholl. Esq, Stu- dent of Christ Church, Grand Compounder. llaclielor in DtvinUi/.— Rev. John Bayly So- ntorsCarwithen.St.Maryhan. Masters oJ' Artn.—Rev. Lewis Tugwell, Bra- n-Iclt()Ias Toke, and Rev. George Woodcock, Trinity Ilenry Addington Simeoe, Wadham Rev. James Weston Hnrding, Pem. broke.; Rev. Thomas Underwood, Worcester. Bachelors of Arts.—Robert Ilenry Crockett, Brasenose; Thomas Bedland, Scholar of Cor- pus Hon. Charles Bathurst, and Sam. Smith, Students of Christ Cliul-cit Henry Bingham Baring, John Hareiiig, and William Thornes, Christ Church John -Foley,Scholar of Wadham. On Thursday last, Mr. Bathurst, «nd the Hon. MI'Lt'!{g:a.o.(Christ Church, and Mr. Meade. of Brasenose, were elected Fellows of All Souls. PREFERMENTS. The Rev. Robert Jefferson,. D. D. Fellow of Sidney. Sussex college, Cambridge and one of hb. Majesty's Preachers at the Royal Chapel. Weslehall, to the Rectory of South Kilvington- enm-Upsel and Thornborough, in the North Ri- ding of Yorkshire, on the presentation of the Master and Fellows of the above Society. The Rev. Win. Watts Herries, to the Rectory of Prtindeigast," Pfeiubrokeshire. :J

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