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ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. The Rev. D. Wilson, AM. of St. Edmund Hall, MA. to the Prebend of South Grantham, also void Oxford, to a Prebendai Stall in the Cathedral of by the death of Mr. Rennell.--- The Archbishop of Rochester, void by the death of the Rev. Dr. York has collated the Rev. Edmund Goodenough, Strachan.The Rev. R. H. Barham, to the Rec- DD. late Student of Christ Church, Oxford, to the tory of the united parishes of St. Mary Magdalene Prebendal Stall of Warthill, in the Cathedral and St. Gregory, in the city of London, vacant by Church of York, vacant by the death of the Rev. the cession of the Rev. R. Webb.--The Bishop of John Josias Congbeare. -Edward Fane, Clerk, London has been pleased to appoint the Rev.Chas. MA. installed in the Prebend of Lyme and HalRose, BD. Fellow of Lincoln College, to a stock, vacant by the proinotion of Dr. Carr, to the Preachership at Whitehall.-The Bishop of St. See of Chichester, on the presentation of his MaDavid's has conferred on the Rev. Wm. Hewson, jesty.-The Rev. Roger Frampton St. Barbe, MA. Vicar of Swansea, the dignity of a Prebend in the to the Rectory of Stockton, void by the death of Cathedral Church of St. David's.-The Rev. John the Rev. Henry Good. - The Rev. Dr. Symons, late Bull, BD. Censor of Christ Church, Oxford, and Fellow of St. John's College, and Chaplain to the Rector of Sowton, installed Canon Residentiary Duke of Cambridge, to the Vicarages of St. Mar. of the Cathedral, Exeter, the late Rev. John tin and All Saints, in the city and county of HereFrancis Howell.-The Rev. Carrington Ley, vice ford, on the nomination of the Rev. M. Northey. Vicar of Beere Regis, Dorset, appointed Onder- -Rev.J. H. J. Chichester, to the Rectory of ArMaster of Blundell's Free Grammar School, Ti. lington, Deron.-Rev. Thomas Carew, to the verton, vice his father, resigned.-The Rev. John Rectory of Haccombe, Devon.-Rev. Robert Roe Owen Parr, BA. to the Vicarage of Duraford, Houston, to the Rectory of Artwick, with the Vi. Wilts, void by the death of the Rev. John Raven, carage of Artsey, Bedfordshire.- Rev. James Cutsenior.-The Rev. George Ernest Howman, MA. ting Salford, BA. to the Vicarage of Mettingham, Vicar or Sonning, Berks, and Domestic Chanlain Norfolk.-Rev. George Hodgson, Chaplain to the to the Marquis of Lothian, presented by the 1 ishop Bishop of Worcester, bas been appointed to Christ of Salisbury, to the Mastership of the Hospital of Church, Birmingham, on the resignation of the St. Nicholas, in that city, vacant by the death of the Rev. J. H. Spry.--Rev. Wm. Phelps, MA. of MelRev. Thomas Rennell. The Bishop of Salisbury lifont Abbey, near Wells, to the Vicarage of has collated the Rev. Thomas Henry Mirehouse, Meare, near Glastonbury.
BIRTHS. July 14.- The Hon. Mrs. W. Cust, a son. 17. At Houghton Hall, Yorkshire, the Hon. Mrs.
Edward Stourton, a son. 19. The lady of H. Halm, Esg. of Orchard-street,
Wandsworth, two sons and a danghter. 20. At Beddington, Surrey, the Hon. Lady Helen
Wedderburn, a son. 28. In Great George-street, the lady of Dr. Lush.
ington, MP. a son. - At Conway, North Wales, the lady of Sir David
Erskine, Bart, a son and heir. 27. At Oxford, the lady of the Rev. Dr. Bliss, a
daughter. Aug. 2.-In Montague Place, the lady of Lieut.
Colonel Cowper, a daughter. 3. Iu George-street, Hanover-square, the lady of
the Attorney General, a son. 12. At Brighton, Lady Fowke, a son. - At North Aston, Oxfordshire, Viscountess Chet
wyod, a son. 13. At the seat of the Earl of Winchelsea, the
Tady of Capt. Drummond, Coldstream Guards,
a daughter. 14. At Ower Cottage, near Fawley, Hants, the
lady of Capt. Hyde Parker, RN. à son and heir. 20. In Euston-square the lady of W. Pritchard, Esq.of Doctors' Commons, twins, sons.
rick Trench, a daughter.
Rev. W. Baker, James Lee Hannat, Esq. MD.
Vincent, and of the Circus, Bath. - At Checkenden, in Oxfordshire, Arthur, son
of Theophilus Richard Salwey, Esq. to Frances
Chorley Wood House, Herts, to Sarah, eldest
Bowles, Esq. of Fitzharris House, Berks, to Caroline Anne, only daughter of Simon Stephenson, Esq. of Great Queen-street, Westminster. 22. Ai Cheltenham, J. Armitage Nicholson, Esq.
eldest son of Christopher A. Nicholson, Esq. of Balrath, county of Meath, to Elizabeth R. Alexander, third daughter of the Right Hon. the Lord Bishop of Meath.
22. At Sidmouth, Charles Butler Stevenson, Esq.
DEATHS. of Emanuel College, to Harriet Mary Ann Gra. ham, daughter of the late James Graham, Esq. July 29.-In her 7th year, Elizabeth Harriet, of Richardby, Cumberland.
youngest daughter of the Hon. Colonel Onslow, 27. At Kensington Charch, the Lord Bishop of of Upton House, Alresford.
Jamaica, to Miss Pope, daughter of the late E. 22. At Great Camford, near Poole, suddenly, in Pope, Esq.
his carriage, Admiral Thomas Macnamara Rus. Aug. 3.-At Cheltenham, Ralph Bernal, Esq. MP.
sell, aged 85. of Park Crescent, Portland Place, to "Clara
23. At Bingford Park, the Hon. Henrietta Malone, Christiana, eldest daughter of John White, Esq.
sister to the late Lord Sunderland, aged 79. MD.
24. At the residence of Francis Cross, Esq. At Millbrook, near Southampton, the Rev.
Duryard, near Exeter, Frances, the wife of John Ashley, eldest son of John Ashley, Esq. of
James Somerville Fownes, Esq. of MecklenAshley Hall, Jamaica, and Clifton, Gloucester
burgh-square. shire, to Catherine, third daughter of the late
25. William Sharp, Esq. the celebrated Engraver, Charles Ward, Esq. of Merrion Square, Dublin,
aged 75. and Holly Monnt, Queen's County, Ireland.
28. At Fir Grore, Lancashire, Mrs. Parr, relict of 4. At St. James's Church, Joseph Smyth Wind
the late Joseph Parr, Esq. ham, Esq. of Waghen, in the county of York,
30. At Starke Castle, Kent, Major J. B. Hart, youngest son of the late Sir William Smyth,
late of his Majesty's 95th regt. aged 51. Bart. of Hill Hall, in the county of Essex, to Aug. 2.-In Molesworth-street, S. Williams, Esq. Katherine, second daughter of John Trotter, Historical and Portrait Painter, Member of the Esq. of Durham Park, Herts.
Clementine Academy, Bologna, and of the Lately, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Henry Royal Hibernian Academy.
Haltord, Esq. only son of Sir Henry Halford, - At Beckley, Sussex, Anu, relict of the Hon. Bart. of Winstow Hall, in the county of Leices. Lieut.-General Murray.
ter, to Barbara, daughter of Mr. Sergeant 3. At his house, Hertford-street, Park-lane, Hugh • Vaughai.
Bishopp, Esq. in his 69th year. - At St. George's Church, Hanover Square, the - At her residence, Brighton, Mrs. Decina
Rer. Thomas Harding, eldest son of Henry Thackeray, fourth daughter of the Rev. Arch-
10. At Hampstead, aged 19, James, fourth son of
the late W. Walker, Esq. of Thirsk, in the 7. At Mary-le-bone Church, Thomas Royse Mor. county of York.
gell, Esq. of the 8th Royal Irish Hussars, to 13. At Pakefield, Suffolk, aged 17. Jane Anne, Lady Mary Balders, widow of the late Major eldest daughter of the Rev. J.W. Canninghamn, Balders, of West Bashan, Norfolk.
Vicar of Harrow, * 10. At Mary-le-bone Church, by the Rev. Joshua
14. At Newburgh Park, Yorkshire, Ratcliffe Rowley, Capt. Rowley, RN. second son of Sir Villiam Rowley, Bart. MP. to Charlotte, daugh
Medley, Esq. in his 94th year.
15. Suddenly, while preaching at the French ter of Johu Moseley, Esq.
Chapel, George-street, Portman-square, before :- At Chislehurst, Kent, by the Hon. and Rev,
his Excellency Prince Polignac, the French Edward Rice, DD. Robert Francis Jenner, Esq. of W'envoe Castle, Glanorganshire, to Elizabeth
Ambassador, the Abbe Papillon, in his 79th
year. Lascelles, eldest daughter of Herbert Jenner, 16. At Coldale Hall, near Carlisle, Isabella, eldest LLD. of Chislehurst.
daughter of Sir Paulus Amelius Irving, late of 11. At St. George's, Hanover Square, Capt. San.
Robgill Tower, Dumfriesshire. derson, of the Bengal Cavalry, to Elizabeth Oswald, eldest daughter of Alexander Ander
- Lately at Sundredge, Kent, aged 49, Mary,
wife of Sir R. Hardinge, Bart. son, Esq. of Chapel-street, Grosvenor Square.
- At Southampton, at an advanced age, Mary, 14. At St. James's Church, Capt. Fead, RN. to relict of the late Colonel Haywood. Helen Mary, daughter of Robert Scott, Esq. of
At Norwich, in her 65th year, Mrs. Dickens, Shincliffe Hall, Durham. - At Farleigh, Henry Shirley, Esg. of Hyde Hall
wife of H. M. Dickens, Esq. and widow of the
late W. Crowe, Esq. of Lakenham, near that and Etington, Jamaica, to Frances, eldest
city. daughter of Col. Houlton, of Farleigh Castle,
At the Priory, Stanmore, Lady Jane Gordon, Somerset.
eldest daughter of the Earl of Aberdeen. 17. At St. George's, Hanover Square, by the Bi. shop of Sodor and Man, the Right Hon. the Earl
Nathaniel Philips, Esq. of Slebech Hall, Pem
brokeshire. of Kinnonl, to Miss Rowley, daughter of Sir Charles Rowley, Bart.
Lately, at Keninghall Vicarage, Norfolk, sin
cerely regretted, at the advanced age of 89 Lately, Edward Buller, Esq. grandson of the late Hon. Mr, Justice Buller, to Mary Anne, dangh
years, Mr. Killett, formerly of Hackney. ter of the late Major-General Coote Massingham.
At Trenich, in the parish of Aberfoyle, Alexander At Edinburgh (July 26), Henry Englefield, Esq. Graham, Esq. of Stronemacnair, aged 101. son of Sir Henry Charles Englefield, Bart. io
*At Balmuto (July 22), the Hon. Claud Irvine Catherine, eldest daughter of Henry Witham,
Boswell, Lord Balmuto. of Lartington, in the county of York, Esq. The
At Dun House, aged 28, Miss Erskine, of Dun, ceremony was performed by the Right Rev. Dr. only sister of the Countess of Cossilis. Cameroni, Catholic Bishop, and afterwards by
At Aberdeen, in the 19th year of his age, Mr. Sir Henry Moncreiff Wellwood, Bart, according
John Winton, Student of Medicine; and on the to the forms of the Church of Scotland. Anu
19th, his brother, Lient. W. Winton, late of the merous party, of high rank participated of an
Forfarshire Militia. The death of the latter was elegant dejeuner a la fourchette, after which the awfully sudden, as, although to appearance in new married pair set off for the English Lakes. his ordinary health immediately before, he At Dalyell Lodge, Fifeshire (Aug. 3), by the Right
dropped down and instantly expired. The broRev. Bishop Low, Robert Lindsay, Esq. second
thers were interred at the same time in one son of the Hon. Robert Lindsay, of Balcarras, grave. to Frances, daughter of Sir Robert Henderson,
ABROAD. of Straiton, Bart.
At Lausanne, Mrs. Allott, wife of the Very Rev. At Edinburgh, Sir Alexander Don, MP, for the the Dean of Raphoe.
county of Roxburgh, to Grace Jane, eldest At his seat, near Copenhagen, Abrahám Markoe, daughter of John Stein, Esq.of Heriot-row. Esq. of the Island of St. Croix, in his 69th ABROAD.
year. At St. John's, Newfound and (June 20), by the
On board his Majesty's ship Victor, on the 4th of Rev. William Bullock, John Eager, Esg: RN.
May, after only six days illness, Lieut. J. W. commanding his Majesty's ship, Clinher, to ca
Thomas, eldest son of Lieut. General Thomas, therive. youngest daughter of Captain Builloch,
of Brockhill-house, near Exeter. RN. of Prittlewell, near Southend, Essex,
REVIEW:-Washington Irving's New
Work; Tales of a Traveller...... 401
FACETIÆ BIBLIOGRAPHICÆ, the
Old English Jesters, No. IX.
406 PERSONAL CHARACTER OF LORD
Now am I happier than a King 408 BYRON....
337 | A WALK TO PAESTUM, Leucosia, BEAUTIES OF THE INUENDO.... 348 &c. Part II.
409 MACADAMIZATION : a Letter from
On the Death of a Young Girl... 416 Billy O'Rourke to the Editor.... 350 Montgomery's Mistress, modernized WALLADMOR: Sir W. Scott's from the Poems of Alexander MontGERMAN NOVEL....
417 ON DYING FOR LOVE..
382 The late Major-Gen. Macquarie 417 IDEA OF A UNIVERSAL HISTORY
420 on a Cosmo-Political Plan.
Hymn to the Monad...
426 EMANUEL KANT...
427 Memento Mori inscribed on a Tomb.
Sketch of Foreign Literature
393 REVIEW:- The Life and Remains
VIEW OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS, Agri
433 of the Rev. EDWARD DANIEL
culture, Commerce CLARKE, LLD...
393 Literary Intelligence, and List of Books published
.441_443 RAISING THE DEAD.-The Mighty Miracle, or the Wonder of Wonders Ecclesiastical Preferments.
443 at Windmill Hill...
398 Births, Marriages, and Deaths. ..443, 444
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THE LION'S HEAD.
Note from Julius Cæsar Junior to the Lion. Dear Leo.-One word through thy magnanimous mouth to the “gallant Surrey.” I have the highest respect possible for all those venerable old gentlemen, Aristotle, Longinus, &c. and believe implicitly every dogma they deliver,-as far as it agrees with my own opinions. I know very well that the latter of these worthy ancients asserts Sappho's famous Ode to be a true touch of the car'eçoxnv; but I wish (with all modesty) to add, that I neither allow the truth of his assertion, nor the cogency of the argument brought to prove it. I take the Ode as I find it, friend Leo, and (without looking through Longinus's spectacles) confess myself unable to see anything whatever imaginative kar' ešoxnv about it. If Surrey either does, or with Longinus's assistance thinks he does, I can only wish him all joy of the discovery. To me it appears the offspring of intense feeling alone, unprompted, by anything which can be decently called “ towering genius." Chacı à son goût, however; this is not the place to determine the question; nor is the determination of it at all necessary to the matter at issue, which is this —whether men or women generally speaking have most imagination. Surrey appears to give up this point by saying that he only contended for the existence of some works of masculine genius by women. This is enough
Thine, O Leo !
Julius Cæsar, Junior.
Answer to Surrey's query~" How can things be created by intense feeling apart from imaginative faculty ?"—Answer. By no means at all that I know of;—but this does not make the creating imagination necessarily imagination kar's boxny. The Greek is the rub.
J. C. J.
What is your printer about ? base myrtle? base is a “vile phrase.” Bare myrtle: nuda, simpler, single.
R. F.'s Stanzas to Betsy are not quite good enough for publication, though we can easily believe that at a winter tea-table they have been considered as “ ingenious.” Poetry made by a gentleman in his tea-cups cannot bear transplanting from that ornamental hot-house of the Muses,—the Album,—to the exposed garden, where only “ hardy annuals” flourish.