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the Right Hon. William Earl of Erral, to This Gazette notifies that the Duke of be bis Majesty's Commissioner to the General Richæood has taken the usual oaths as Assembly of the Churcb of Scotland -and Governor of the Provinces of Lower and of Sir Richard Goodwin Keats, G.C.B. Upper Cavada, Nova Scotia, and New Vice Admiral of the White, to be Major Brussmiek, and the Islands of Prince Ed. General of his Majesty's Royal Marine ward and Cape Breton.

Forces, in the room of Sir George Hope, Ake the appointment of Arthur Richard deceased. Wellesley, Esq. to be Page of Honour to his Royal Highness in Ordinary, in the room of John Arthur Douglas Bloomfield, Esq.

SATURDAY, MAY 23. prometed; ako, the honour of Knighthood

This Gazette notifies the appointment of being conferred upon Robert Wigram, of Sir C. Hamilton as Governor of NewfoundCoonaagat-place, in the County of Middle- land; the permission of the Prince Regent SI, Eq.

to Lieut.-General Alexander M.Kenzie, to

accept and wear the Grand Cross of the SATURDAY, MAY 16.

Royal Sicilian Order of St. Januarius ; also Nader returned to serve in Parliament.

to the 16th Light Dragoons, and 59th, 71st,

and 79th Foot, to bear on their colours and Baronga of East Grenstcad— The Hon. Charles Gordon commonly called Lord

appointments the names of the different Strathaven, in the room of Sir George places in the Peninsula and France at wbich Jobastone Hope, deceased.

they distinguished themselves during the late war; to the Royal Staff Corps to bear, in

like manner, the word “ Egypt;" and to TUESDAY, MAY 19.

the 1st West India Regiment to bear the This Gazette coutaius the appointment of words " Martinique" and “Guadaloupe.”


FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE The Secretary to the SOCIETY of Morpheur, Esq. 25,, Hyde

GUARDIAŠS for The PROTECTION Park Corner," by whom it appeared to be BỘ THADE agaiosť SWINDLERS and accepted, payable at Messrs. Morland and SHARPERS, held at No. 36, Esses-street, Co.'s Pall-mall. On applying to these Straed, by a Circular bas informed the bankers, they stated, that no such person Meabers (hereof, that the persons under, kept cash there, nor was at all known at saaed, or using the firms of

their house. And that The Rev. Thomas STRETTON, late of DANIEL SARGENT (frequently mentioned) Liverpool :

Dow resides as a stone apd coal-merchant, E. Rogers and Co. 16, St. Swithin's. at York-wharf, Princes-street, Lambeth.

Thomas FARLEY (lately mentioned) is G. Dawson their Clerk ;

removed to No. 22, Goswell-terrace, GosWILLIAM WEST, late merchant of West well-street Road, House, Hackney, since coal-merchant, The letters from China, state a circumAdan-street, Adelphi ;

stance of much interest. A serious misonJEREMIAH BATLEY, hacktey-coach mas- derstanding has arisen between the Chinese ter, and dealer io hay, &c. late of the Red. Authorities and the British traders, respectLian and Spread Eagle Yard, Whliechapel; ing reported smuggling by the couotry ships. Martis and Co. merchants, 34, Lom- Bonds have been demanded from the owners,

which had been peremptorily refused : PROTHERO and Co. Lime-merchants, 26, general search of all British vessels had been Nicholas-lape; are reported to this Society threatened. In consequence of this high a improper to be proposed to be balloted language, Captain Clovell, of the Oriando for as Members thereof.

frigate, had proceeded from Macao to The Secretary also informs the Members Canton, accompanied by several merchants , that

and supercargoes. ALEXANDER LOWE KAYE, of No. 14, We have received Mootreal Papers to the Lower Grosvenor place, lately ordered 6th ult. The disputes between the Hudson's goods, which he desired to be sent there Bay Company and the North West Traders with a receipt and he would pay for them. are expected to be immediately decided at The raan, however, was induced to leave the Session of Oyer and Terminer,, MonThere without the money : on having a bill treal. On the 2d March, bills of iodict. for a larger annouat given him, drawn by ment were found against Cuthbert Grijnt, ir said Alexander Lowe Kaye, on" Charles Alexander Fraser, Thomas M'Kay, pod



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fourteen others, for the murder of Gover- After which she Fraternity dined togs. por Semple, and twenty others, near the thes, with that high festivity which setlement of Red River, on the 19th of admirable address of his Royal Highness, June, 1916. True hills were also found Chairman, never fails to inspire. against a number of persons as accessaries

THE KING'S HEALTA. before and after the fact, and for pillaging

* Windsor Castle, May. and burning the secuements on the Red

“ The King has passed the last mopth i River. Wednesday, April the 29th, being the

great tranquillity, and remains in gos day appointed for the annual Festival and is unaltered."

health of body, but bis Majesty's disorde Installation of "Grand Officers of the An.

H. Halford, çiept Fraternity of Free and Accepted

M, Baillie, Masops, it was celebrated at their Hall,

“ W. Heberden, ig Great Queen-street, with the accuse

4 R. Willis." Jomcd solemnities.

His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex The LITERARY FUND.-On Thursday baving been at a previous quarterly com- May the 7th, the friends of this Instit munication unanimously re-elected Grand

tion, to the number of above 100 persoa Master, attended by the Duke of Leinster,

observed their 28th annual festival, h Grand Master of Ireland, Sir Patrick dinjug together at Freemason's Taken Walker, of the Grand Lodge of Scotland, The Duke of Somerset, the President, we together with a number of eminent and

in the chair. distinguished Brethren visitors on the occa

The usual loyal toasts were drank wir sion, as well as Past Grand Officers and acclamation, especially the health of tb Reprexentatives of Lodges within the king.

Prince Regent, whose half-yearly all dom, assembled in an adjoining apart- guineas was apnoupced as having raised ki ment, and the Grand Lodge being declared Royal Highness's subscription" in all o open, bis Royal Highoess was pleased to

2600 guineas.

Prosperity to the Lite appoint and instal bis Grand Officers for rary Fund” was followed by the origins the year ensuing, viz.

glee composed by the veteran Shield, wb Right Hon. Lord Dundas, Deputy Grand

superiotended its cxecution. A Mr. King Master

(we believe, a new public singer, at leat Right Hon. Lord Viscount Torrington, te nis,) gave great pathos to the few lines o senior Grand Warden.

solo which this beautiful piece contain . W. Lewis Hayes Petit, junior, Grand

Mr. Fitzgerald recited his usual addresa Warden,

and though this was his twenty-second coin John Dept, Grand Treasurer. position on the same subject, we are in Rev. L. D. H. Cockburn, Graud

clined to reckon it among the most success Chaplain.

ful of his effusions. The following is 1 William Meyrick, Grand Regis. transcript of the principal passages, are trar.

opening with some lines on the restoratia William H. White, 2 Grand Se- of peace, and the calamity of Claremont

Then let the Bard another subject chose, Ręy. H. Giese, Grand Sec. for More cheering, but not dearer to his Mese German Correspondence.

Let him, uncharged with vanity, impart Joho Suane, R. A. Grand Super. The honest pride that warms a patrici intendant of Works.

heart, Sir George Naylor, Grand Direc- To see cach pation's eager eyes appear, tor of Ceremonies.,

In friendship, or in envy, center'd here: William D. Cummins, Grand Where great BRITANNIA, clad jo Hopor's Sword Bearer.

robe, Sir George Smart, Grand Or. Stands, laurel-crowned, THE UMPIRE OF ganist.

TILE GLOBE! James A. Frampton, Senior In Europe's battle, foremost of the van: Grand Deacon.

lo peace, the advocate of suffering map; James M'Cann, Juvior Grand Content, with dative majesty, she shines; Deacon.

Her conquests, for ibe geocral good, reThe company then repaired to the Hall, signs; where a sumptuous envertainment was pro. And for her triumphs on the land, or ware, wided by the stewards, and the choicest Only demands his freedom for TAE SLAVE! wines were furnished in great abuodance. With ber no Muse can ever plead jo vain The festivities were not confined to the For secret sorrow, poverty, and pain : brotherhood; in the gallery was a spleudid display of beauty and fashion, the fair But of all wants, with which mapkind is friends and relatives of the stewards : sneit carst, as to form a most ioteresting and gratifyiug Th’accomplish'd Scholar's are, by far, spe clacle,

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For generous pride compels him to control had much facilitated

this ñèafürê Ký their And Iride the worm, that gnaws his very promptitude and fatour. fool:

Among the healths given' was that of this Though Fortune, in ker gifts' to him, is. Marquis of Hastings, whom Mr. Rowcroft blind,

panegyrized as a warın well-wisher, and Nature bestows nobility of mind,

one likely to promote the benefit of the That makes hinn rather endless ills enduré, . . Fund in the East. Thas seet from mean ness à degraded cure! A considerable subscription was cotiecta Yet from bis anrequited labours flow ed, but far froin what we could have Half we enjoy, and almost all we know; wished and expected for the occasion. An that ennobles an enlightened age, The illustrious Doke who presided, and the And marks, at once, the Savage from the gentlemen who surrounded him, deserve Bage.

the gratitude of all the lovers of literature ; The sledions ma directs more active souls and, we trust, that their example will be To steer ta' adventurous vessel to the Poles; more followed hereafter, since, iô doing T explore the regions of eternal frost, honour to letters, the great and the wealthy Where, ages passed, a peopled land was adopt the surést course of being honoured lost;

themselves, not only in their lifetime, but By realms of Ice to Polar skies confined, long after their death. Among those preFotr bondred Winters banished from man- sent were Sir Wm. Clayton, Sir George kied!

Staunton, the two members for Norwich,

several eminent learned men, and a majoIn War what science, or in Peace wbat rity of the most respectable of tlie London art,

Booksellers and Publishers. In which the Sons of Genius bear no pari? MAY 2.-- Her Majesty was suddenly And COMMERCE, with her “ busy hum of tåken ill this evening, about ten o'clock, moen,"

wbile taking tea with the evening party at' Olles to the Sword less homage than the the Duke and Duchess of York's. She felt

herself so very unwell, that she wished to That powerful engine of the mighty mind, return instantly; but neither ber chair por Asr-ed the bane, or blessing of mankind! her carriage were in readiness, not having Freedom's main spring! the Tyrant's been ordered till eleven o'clock; and it so deadly hate!

happened, that there was no royal carriage Saied of the Poor! ápd bulwark of the in attendance. However, Lord and Lady State!

Castlereagh arrived, and set down at the may it bé, in some malignant hour, time, and on their being informed what' Byfáctions tainted, or oppressed by power; had happened, they offered the use of their Nos, dipped in malice, aid the assassin's carriage, which was accepted, and the blow,

Queen got into it. She was accompanied And prove to Liberty ber bitterest foe: by all her daughters, the Duchess of GlouTrás Heaven's great gift! to meliorate cester, the Princess Augusta, and the aad sare,

Princess of Hesse Hombourg. Expresses Freedom's first cradle I-and perhaps her were sent by special messengers to call sir grave!

Francis Milman and Sir Henry Halford to

attend upon the Queen, and they repaired Yoors be the task to foster and protect to the palace in a short tiine. They reGeviss is rap, and Learning from neglect; mained with the Queen till past twelve Moral improved, will soon reward vour o`clock, when, we are happy to say, the ·

doctors pronounced her Majesty better; For LIBELS WANT engendered by despair! and Sir Henry Halford was deputed to conAnd half the LICENCE which the Ciood de.' sey the agreeable intelligence to the Prince plore,

Regent, at Carlton House. The whole of Distress relieved, would plague mankind the party at York House broke up much Do more!

sooner than was expected, in consequence Sir B. Hobhoose spoke at considerable of the illness of the Queen. The Duke of length, and laid great stress upon the Lite- Gloucester and the Princess Sophia of tary Fund being on the point of obtaining Gloucester called at the Palace to make a elarter of incorporation. We congrátų their affectionate inquiries after the Queen's late the friends of the Charity on this state, on their way home, as did several of stest, thích vodoubledly brings with it the Royal attendants, and the particular many advariages; but we can scarcely friends of ter Majesty: The indisposition consider that so great'a (numph for litera. with #hich the Queen was so severely szre, which is readily obtained by every seized, we understand to be a spasmodic Insurance, Bridge, Water, or Gas Com. attack, Sunday morning early, the Prince many, in England. Sir Benjamin, hout. Regent and all the branches of the Royal ciet paid a handsome and proper tribute Family sent to the Queen's Palace. In the to the Attorney and Solicitor General, who course of the day the Regent, the Duke

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and Duchess of York, the Duke and Queen's Palace, May 23, Seden o'clock.
Duchess of Gloucester, and the Duke of P.M.- No alteration has taken place in her
Clarence, paid their personal respects. Majesty since the morning."
Early on Sunday morning Sir Francis Mil.

Queen's Palace, May 24.-The Queet man and Sir Henry Halford attended her continues better-her Majesty has passed Majesty, and a little before twelve o'clock another good night.” the following bulletin was issued for the

It may be interesting, as well as adransatisfaction of the public:

tageous to our readers, to be acquainted Sunday May 3.—The Queen was a with many other things which it is known good deal indisposed yesterday evening, but are intermixed with deleterious, and onher Majesty has passed a good night, and is wholesome ingredients, and in the use of better this morning.

which it may be proper to observe a proper " F. MILHAN, degree of caution. Porter and ale, the

" H. Halford," universal beverage of the people of this “ Queen's Palace, May 4.-The Queen country, it has frequently been proved has experienced a slight return of spasm, have been mixed with drugs of the most but her Majesty has passed a good night, pernicious quality. Port-wine, as it is and continues better."

called, and especially that sold at very low Queen's Palace, May 5.-The Queen prices, it is known has been manufactured has had no return of spasm, and her Majesty from sloe juice, British brandy, and logfeels refreshed by another good night.' wood. Gin, in order that it may bave the

The weather proving fine, her Majesty grip, or have the appearance of being par. rode in her garden.

ticularly strong, is known to be adalte" Queen's Palace, May 6.—The Queen rated with a decoction of long pepper, or has passed another good nigbt. Her Ma. a small quantity of aqua fortis-a deadly jesty continues to recover from the effects poison. Bread, from public convictions, of the late attack."

is known to have been made of a mixture Her Majesty is stated to bave so far re- of flour, ground stone, chalk, and pulcovered as to render any further bulletins verized bones - Milk to have been adel. upnecessary.

terated with whiteniog and water- Sugar But since then the following bulletins to have been mixed with sand- Mustard have been issued :

with cheap pungent seeds, Tobacco with “ Queen's Palace, May 20.- The Queen various common British herbs-Tea, it has has passed a tolerable night, but her Ma- been seen, is made from the produce of our jesty is not quite so well to-day as she was hedges and verdigris --Coffeee of scorched throughout the whole of yesterday."

peas and beans, and so on. There is “ Queen's Palace, May 21.-The Queen scarcely an article of ordinary consumphas had a good pight-ber Majesty is better tion which is not rendered destructive by to-day.”

the infamous and fraudulent practices of “ Queen's Palace, May 22.- The Queen interested persons. After such an enumewas not quite so well yesterday evening ration we cannot feel surprised at finding as her Majesty had been in the morning. our hospitals overflowing with patients, but her Majesty has been refreshed by some and the greater part of our populatioa good sleep last night."

sinking iøto premature old age. “We might 6 Queen's Palace, May 23, Elcven, A.M. add the names of several other things, such - The Queen felt herself better throughout as sausages, Bologna puddings, soups, &c. the whole of yesterday-her Majesty has many of which are nade from the most dispassed a very good night."

gusting materials.



Bachelors of Aris.
ME following Gentlemen were on Wed- Edward Collin Woodbridge, of Trinity

nesday, April 27, admitted to the under- Coll. ; Charles B. Lilliewood, of St. John's mentioned degrees :

Coll. ; George Frederick Jones, of Jesus Coll. Doctors in Divinity.

At the Congregation held on Friday, May Rev. Richard Yates, of Jesus Coll. Rector 13th, the degree of Bachelor in Divinity was of Esher, and Chaplain to Chelsea Hospital; conferred on the Rev. James Henry Monk, Rev, Alexander Richardson, Vicar ot Great Fellow and Tutor of Triniry Coll. and Reg. Dunmov, and Master of the Free Grammar Prof. of Greek. School, Dedham, Essex, and late Fellow and On the same day, W. F. Chambers, of Tutor of Corpus Christi Coll.

Trinity Coll. Physician to St George's HosMasters of Aris.

qital, was admitted to the degree of Doctor James Wigram, Fellow of Triniry Coll.; in Physic; and the degree of Master of Arts Rev. Tbomas J. Abbolt, of Catharine Hall. was conferred on the Hon. Mr. Thellussunt, of Bachelor in Physic.

Trinity Coll.sou of Lord Rendlesham. Thomas Forster, of Corpus Christi Cull. The Norrisian prize for the present year is

adjudged to the Rev. James Clarke Franks, Wadham Coll, and the Rev. William Russell, M.A. of Trinity Coll. for his essay on the M.A. Fellow of Magdalen Coll. were adfollowing subject :-" What conärmation mitted Proctors,-Rev. John Williams, M.A. dows the credibility of the Gospel History Fellow of Exeter Coll. Rev. Wm. James, derive from the number and concurrences of M.A. Vice-Principalof Magdalen Hall, Rev. the Evangelists?"

Richard Yalden White, M. A. Fellow of OXFORD.

Magdalen Cull, and the Rev. Henry Jenkins, Saturday, the 14th March, the last day of M.A. Demy of Magdalen Coil. were adLent Termi, ie Hon, and Rev. John Evelyn multed Pro-Proctors. Bosceren, of All Sonls' Coll, was admitted And on the 31, the Rev. Andrew Tucker, Master e Ans, Grand Compounder.

B.A, of Wadham Coll. was admitted Master The pubber of Degrees in Lent Term was, of Arts, and Compounder, Oi e D.D.; One DC.L.; Ten B.D.; Owe On Tuesday, April 7, the Rev David Wm. B.CL ; Tsents-ove M.A.; and Seventeen Garrow, D.D.of Christ Church, was admitted B.A-Matriculatrons Ninety three.

Doctor of Divinity. Congregations will be holden for the pure On Thursday, April 9, the following were posed of grading Graces and conferring De. adınitted grees oli ihe fullowing days in the ensuing

Masters of Arts. Ex::21 Tera; viz. Wednesday, April 1;

The Hon. and Rev. Edward Finch, of Today 9; Wednesiay 22; Wednesday Christ Church, Grand Compounder, 9, Saturvay, Alay 9.

Robert Bathurst, Esq. of Christ Church. A1 ARCH 27.

Rev. Robert Willians, of Jesus Coll. Mr. Henry Jenkins, of Corpus Christi Rev. Richard Culler, of Exeter Coll. Cand was elected Fellow of Oriel Coll.

Rev. George Fred. Everett, of Balliol Coll. April 1st, being the first day of Easter Mr. Charles Atmore Ogilvie, Fellow of Term, the collowing Gentleinen were ad- Balliol Coll. Duted io degrees.

The Rev. Thomas Russel, Canon ResidenBichelor in Medicine

tiary of Hereford Cathedral, has been preWilliam Danses, M.A. of Exeter Coll. senied by the Dean and Chapter to the als a licence to practise in Medicine. Vicarage of Lugwardine, with The Chapels Musters of Arts.

annexed, void by the death of the Rev. The Hen. and Rev. Edward Wingfield Jolin Napleton, D D.; and Mr. Ilayter, late and the Rev. Fowlet Hickes, of Brasennose of Salisbury, bas been unanimously elected Cail: and ibe Rev.Samuel Sheen, of Bal. Organist of the same Cathedral. hal Coll Grand Compounders.

The public examinations of this term offer Rer. Trenas Davies, of Magdalen Hall. a gratifying proof of the increased attention dii. Jsnaihan Peters, of Queen's Coll. paid to study by the members of the Unia Nr. Francis Mills, Fellow of Merton Coll. versity : the names of those who present The Rer. Richard Moore Boulibee, of themselves for academical honours are parMeron Coll.

ticularly numerous, and include those of The Res Edward Meredith, Chaplain of foor problemen. Cins: Charcb.

On Wednesday, April 29th, the following The Rev. Horatio Bevor Batchelor, of Gentlemen were admitted to degrees :Worcester Coll.

Bachelor in Divinity. The Ror. Richard Lynch Cotion, Fellow The Rev. Charles Abel Moysey, of Christ of Worcester Coll.

Church. The Rev. Wm. Evans, Fellow of Jesus

Masters of Arts. Coli.

Mr. Matthew Harrison Taberdar, of Mr. Francis Gregg, of Brasennose Coll. Queen's Coll.; Hon. and Rev. George Pelo The Rev. Henry Crowe, of Wadham Coll. lew, of Corpus Christi Coll.; Mr. John FloThe Rev. Robert Mosley Master, of Bal- yer Wickes, of Exeter Coll.

Bachelors of Arts. The Rev. Joha Lucas Sutton, of Balliol Rev. James Crosse, of St. Albau Hall;

Mr. Willian Wees Davis, of Worcester Coll.; Mr. Augustus William Hore, Fellow of Henry Owen Cleaver, Esq. Student, and

Hon. Henry Eduard Jolin Howard, of Christ The Rev. Thomas Forster, Chaplain of Church; Nir. Wm. Uruston Eyre, Fellow of

New Coll.: Mr. Charles Cowper CholinonThe Res. John Woodcock, dillo.

dely, and Mr. Frederick Ackers Dawson, of Mr. Joseph Smith, Scholar of Trinity Coll. Brasennose Coll.; Mr. William Adams, of Bachelors of Arts.

Trinity Coll. ; Mr. lleury Arthur Beckwithi, Mr. Thomas Lawis Slapcott, of St. Alban and Jir. Edward George Beckwith, of Alag.

dalen Coll.; Mr. Jula llenry Bayly, of àlr, Rowland Cooper, of St. Edisond Hall." Magdalen HIJI; AIr. James Field, of Quieen's

Mr. Robert Gordon, Fellow of New Coll. Coll.; Mr. David Daniel, Fellow, and Mr.
The seme day in Convocation, the Rev. James George, of Jesus Coll. ; Mr. Edward
Benjanu Parsons Symons, M.A. Fellow of Thomas Masketi, cf Trinity Coll.
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