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The Load for 5,000,0001. which is con Now, in you we friends possess ; firmed with the Prussian Government, is to Now, a Saviour's name confess, be liquidated in 36 years, by annually re
Heart-felt blessings, then receive, mitting a proportion, which is to be placed
We have nothing more to give :in the Bank of England as a sinking fund.
Yet, beyond the amplest store There are other colaterial securities on the
Are the blessings of the poor! Prussian territory, and a bond of the King's.
Hear then, Heav’n, our earnest pray'rs, A yearly digidend of 5 per cent. is to be
Make each blessing tepfold their's I remitted from Prussia and payable in Lor
May they never be distress'd, don. The following may be relied on as the
But, for blessing, still be bless'd ! terms on which the loan is taken:
God of love! to thee belong 2,500,000!. at 701. payment of 10 per
Highest strains of grateful song : cent. per month per 1st May. 1,250,0001. at 72$. payment of 10 per
Though from men this bounty came,
Thou didst raise the generous flame. cent, per inonth per Ist July.
Let each voice with ours combine 1,250,0001. at 75l. payment of 10 per cent.
To adore the Source Divine ; per month per 1st October.
The interest to commence from the let Great, Eternal, Three above, inst, and a discount is allowed for prompt
God of Life, and God of Love !
HALLELUJAH.-Ameo. payment at the rate of 5 per cent per anpum, The Stock is partially selling at 75. This exhibition being concluded,
On Thursday April 9, a Court of Direc Mr. WILLIAMS (the banker), entered into tors was held at the East Iodia House, when
on eloquent ealogium on the Royal Chairthe new Directors, elected on Wednesday
man, the Patron of this charity, and the Jast ; viz. :-Richard Chicheley Plowden, Grand Master of all the Lodges in the John Hudleston, George Abercrombie Ro. kingdom, to whom this and nuinerous other binson, William Stanley Clarke, John charities were greatly indebted for the adThornhill, and George Raikes, Esgrs, took vantages they enjoyed. In dilating on the the oaths and their seats. James Patteson
virtues of the Royal Grand Master, he said and Campbell Marjoribanks, Esqrs, were it was impossible to do sufficient justice to chosen Chairman and Deputy Chairman for him as a man and a mason. He then conthe year ensuing.
cluded with giving the bealth of bis Royal We are happy to find, from an authentic Highness. document, that there has been a great in This toast was drank with enthusiasm. crease this year in the woollen manufac The Duke of Sussex, in a peat speech, tures; in the narrow cloths milled, this acknowledged the honour that had just been increase amounts to 1,582,947 yards, and in done him, and declared that his exertions broad cloths milled, to 2,422,135 yards. should ever be devoted to this Charity, and The titles of the husband of our Princess
the many poble institutions arising out of Elizabeth are as follow :
Masonry. His Serene Highness Frederick Joseph About 9 o'clock, the Duke of Sussex left Louis - Charles . Angustus, Landgrave and the room, and the baod played, “ God save Hereditary Prince of Hesse Hombourg, the King," as his Royal Highness retired, Prince of Hersfeld, Count of Catzenellen.
The Chair was then, by the desire of the bogen, Dietz, Ziegeohayn, Nidda, Hapan, Royal Duke, previously expressed, taken Scaumburg, Isenburg, and Budingen, &c. by Mr. WILLIAMS, the Banker, who filled it FREEMASONS' FEMALE CHARITY,
with judgment and dignity. Monday, April 61h, the Anniversary lightful songs were sung by Broadhurst, in
Io the course of the evening several de. Dinner of this Charity was given at the
which he was rapturously encored. There Freemason's Tavern. His Royal Highness
were some other excellent singers, who ea. the Duke of Sussex in the Chair. Between
Jivened the company by their vocal powers. five and six o'clock, near 400 gentlemen sat
Amongst whom we noticed Pyne, C. Taylor, down to an excellent dinner. After the
Bellamy, Terrail, Collier, and Dignum, who cloth was removed, the usual toasts of the
all very kindly, after quitting the Hall, enKing, Queen, and Prince Regent, were
tertained the Ladies, who had retired from drank with enthusiasm. The female children
the Gallery to the Glee-room, with some exbelonging to the Charity, 65 in number,
cellent Glees, where also Mr. Broadhurst were then introduced ; and formed a most interesting sight. They sang the following site taste, accompanied by a grand Piano.
repeated some of his best Songs with exqui. Anthem, in which they were accompanied,
The happiness which every one felt on on the organ, by Mr. Purkis,
this joyous occasion, was enhanced by the GUARDIAN guides of innocence!
admirable quality of every article, which Almoners of Providence !
served to furnish out the entertainment, par. Hither turn your eyes, and view
ticularly the wines, wbich gave universal Jofant hands held up for you!
satisfaction. Friendless, helpless, did we stray ;
The Board of Stewards exerted tbemNo one mark'd to Heav'n our way: selves to the utmost, and the result was, we
are happy to add, most gratifying in the Collectors' allowance, as all the Officers collection of seven hundred pounds io aid act gratnitously. of this excellent Iustitution.
They relieve lying-in cases, where there On Wednesday, April 23, a dinner was are two children or more previous to the given at the City of London Tavern to the then confinement. supporters of the Philanthropic Society, They compound with the creditors for for the discharge of persons confined for debts within certain hounds; to relieve pri. small debts, and for the temporary relief soners from goal who produce testimonials of the necessitous manufacturing and labour. of good character. ing poor in London and its environs. The In all cases of accident or illness, they Duke of Sussex took the chair at six relleve according to the number in family. o'clock. From the first establishment of All cases where temporary aid will be this eleemosynary Institution, in 1803, up of essential service to the sober, industri. wards of 12,000 individuals had been re ous, manufacturing, and labouring poor, Jieved ; and in the last year no less than are considered withio the meaning of this between 1,600 and 1,700 persons had re Society. ceived the benefactions of this charitable A benefaction of five guinens constitutes Society. The whole of the subscriptions a Governor for life ; a subscription of raised in the course of the evening amounted twelve shillings, an annual Governor. to nearly 8001.
Subscriptions and donations received at We understand that the affairs of this Mesra. Hayward and Co, 160, Mile End; Society are under the inanagement of twen Mr. Edward Linds, 14, Sweeting's-allev;
ty-four Directors, (one of whom is annu Mr Asperne, 32, Cornhill; Mr. Vale, 92, ally chosen Chairman) also, a Treasurer, Sun street, Bishopsgate; Mr. Jones, BellSecretary, and Assistant Secretary.
court, Walbrook : and by Mr. Rey bura, The business of the Society is conducted Red-Cow lane, Mile End. free of expense, except printing and the
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. CAMBRIDGF, Feb. 20, 1818. learned language of the Mahometans, Dr.
Fruchu wrote it out in a sort of poetic prose, the Hon. John James Perceval, of Trie styled sedsha, to which the Mahometans are nity College, were on Wednesday last ad much attached, because it occurs in the mitted Honorary Masters of Arts.
Koran. The diploma contains a doxology in On the same day, Charles Tennyson, Esq. the style of the Mussulmans. of St. John's College, was adinitted Master
MARCH 13. of Arts; Jolin Brown, of Trinity College, The election to the vacant Pitt Scholarship Bachelor in Civil Law; and Charles Edward was this year contested for by fourteen canKendal, of Trinity College, Bachelor of Arts. didales; and what is not a little singolar, on MARCH 6.
the day appointed for the decision, the The Chancellor's gold medals for the best talents of Mr. H. Waddington of Trinity, proficients in classical learning among the and Mr. H. Hall of King's, were considered epnmcncing Bachelors of Arts, were so equal, that not one of the five examiners Friday, February 27, adjudged to Mr. Con would decide between their respective merits, nop Thirlwall and Mr. George Stainforth, but ordered another examination, the result boil of Trinity College. The other candi of which terminated in favour of Mr. Wad. dates, whose names are mentioned in the dington. order of the Tripos, are considered by the The following is a list of the Inceptors examiners to have done theniselves great to the degree of Master of Aris on Friday credit.
Trin Coll.: Geo. Waddington, Fellow;Jas.
Clarke Franks, and Thos, Porvis.-St. John's: Ellis, Trin. Coll.
John Smith and Thos. Watson, Fellows; Hildyard, St. John's.
Chas. Scott Lux noore, and Robert, Wynne. The subjeci of the Sealonian prize poem -St. Péter's : Aldersey Dicken, Fellow.for the ensuing year is. Deborah.'
Clure Hall: Edw. Tomson Bidwell, and Tie University of Casan is the most cele. Robert Ridsdale, Fellows. — Jesus: Fred. brated Acadeny in Russia. At the last fes- Calveri, Pellow. -- Corpus Christi: John tival of its inauguration, diplomas were sent Holmes, Fellow,-- Immanuel : Randall Pruce to several learned foreigners, among whom tor Barreughes, and Geo. Archdall, Fellows. were'the distinguished orientalists Sylvestrelle -Sidney : Henry Geo. Keeue, Fellow, and Sucy, and Muhammed-Dshan, the son of Henry Wyech. Hussaim, Mufti of the Mahometans of Russia. ' Mr. Richard Holmes, of Corpus Christi Exiquette requiring that his Excellency's College, was on Friday last admitted Bachediploma should be in Arabic, wliich is the lor of Arts.
Mr. John Heyrick Macaulay, of Trinity unable, on account of age and infirmities, College, and Mr. Augustus Blatch Beevor," to undertake a course of Lectures, Sir James of Corpus Christi College, were on Saturday' Edward Smith, F.R.S. President of the elected Scholars on Dr. Bell's foundation. Linuean Society, will, at the request of the
Mr. Alexander Charles Louis d'Arblay, Professor, and with the permission of the B.A. of Christ College, was on Friday elected Vice-Chancellor, give - Botanical Course a Foundation Fellow of that societs.
during the next term. Mr. Joseph Hindle, B.A. of St. Johu's At a congregation of the University held College, was
on Monday last elected a on Wednesday, April 8th, a grace passed Foundation Fellow of that society; and Mr. the senate to give one thousand pounds to Edward Bushby, B.A. was on the same day the Society for the building of charches. elected a Platt Follow.
The following gentlemen were on the same Mr. Warren, B. A. and Mr. Skinner, B.A. day admitted to the under-wentioned de. of Jesus College, were
on Monday last grees. elected Fellow's of that suciety.
Honorary Musters of Arts. It appears by the University Calendar for G. B. Hamilton, of Truncy Coll, and the the present year, that the number of quem. Hon. W. J. Coventry, of St. Peter's Coll. bers wliose names are on the boards amounts
Masters of Arts. to 3,444, being 109 more than the preceding Rev. C. Douglas, of Trinity Coll. W. year. In 1718 Ilie number was only 1500. White, of St. John's Coll, and G. Aluslie, of MARCH 20
Pembroke Hall. The 17 following Gentlemen were
Buchelor of Arts. dained by the Lord Bishop of Ely, in St. M. Windle, J. Woori, F. Tattersall, and James's Church, Piccadilly, on the 15th inst. H. Duncombe, of Trinity Coll. D. Nihill, (March.)
and R. B. Wynne, of St. John's Coll. Deucons.
J. Thompson, of Corpus Christi Coll. Rev. Jolin Henry Sparkes, B.A. Fellow of Jesus S. Wellit, Rev. E. Grey, and J. Lowry, of Coll. Camb,
Queen's Coll. Marun Boswell, M.A. Follow of Clare Hall, The Rev. F. Chappin, M. A. of St. John's Cajab.
Coll. Oxford, was on the 3d of April, admite Edwad Bushby, B.A. Fellow of St. Johu's led ad eundem at King's Coll. Coll. Camb.
Messrs. Turner and Smith, of Sidaey Jobu Thomas, B.A. Trinity Coll. Camb. Cull. M. Henderson, of Trinity Coll. and John Lindsay loung, B.A. Brasennose Messrs. Atkinson and Waller, of Catherine Coll. Oxon.
Hall, were on the same day adinited BacheW. Bond, B. a. Corpus Christi Coll. lors of Arts. Camb.
Mr. William Henry Roberts, of King's Samuel Bacon, B.A. Clare Hill, Canıb. Coll. was on Tuesday, April 141h, adipitled
R. B. Lawrence, Student of Queen's Coll. a Fellow of that Society. Oxford.
OXFORD, FEBRUARY 28, 1818. Charles Bloxham, Literate.
On Wednesday last the Rev. Noel T. Samuel Lee, B. A. Queen's Coll, Camb. Ellison, N.A. Fellow of Balliol Cull. and Mr. Priests.
W.Dalby, M.A. Fellow of Exeter Coll. were Aldersey Dicken, B. A. Fellow of St. appointed in Convocation, Public ExaPeter's Cll. Camb.
Thomas Puttisun Holmes, B.A. St. John's The sine day the following Gentlemen Coll, Caid.
were a lutted to Degrees: Gilbert Ainslic, B.A. Fellow of Pembuke Bachelors in Divinity --Rev. Francis Swan, Hall, Cam').
Rev. Win. Charubers, Rev. Heory Dawson Jolin Graham, B.A. St. John's Coll, Camb. Roundell, Fellows of Magdalen Coll. Alired Baker, LL.B. Wadhain Cull. Oxon. Bachelor in Civil Luw. - Rev, Charles Wilfrasau Saudford, B. A. Clare Hall, Camb. Berlie Rawbone, of St. Mary Hall.
Wihaiu Alottenham Macquire, St. John's Masters of Arts. - Rev. Francis Litchfield, Coll. Camb.
of Merion Coll. Mr. S. P. Shawe, of Christ Georce William Tapps, Esq. of Trinity Church; Mr. William Seyroonr, Rev. Tat. Coll, and Mr. A. Loftus, of Clare Hill, were ton Bruckman, of Oriel Coll.; Res. Edward on Friday (March 13), admired B.A. Covey, ut Taunty Coll.
Julia lwdze, Esq. B A. of Truty Coll. Bachelor of Arts. Alr. Robert Gosling, of is elected a Fellu of Maydaien Coll. Christ Church
Mr. Jobi Weller, B.A. of Emanuel On the 11th of March, ibe Rev. Joha College, was on the 121 Marili, elected Fletcher, or Exeter Coll. and the Rev. Mato a Fellow of that Suciely.
thew Arnold, Fellow ot Corpus Christi Coll. Professor Christian began lis Lectures M.A. were admitted Bachelors in Divinity; upon tbe Constitution and the laws of Ergo and Mr. Charles Richard Pule, of Oriel Coll. Jand, on Monday the 6th of April, al 11 was admilied Bachelors of Arts. d'elock in the moruing.
(The Remainder of the Oxford Intelligence The Regius Professor of Bolany being
in our next.)
THE Rev. J. Houghton, M.A. to the Lord were priested, and Messrs. Richardson,
valuable rectory of Middleton, Lan- Lardner, Leslie, Green, and King, wers cashire.
admitied to deacons' orders, The Rev. Charles Richards, A.M. chap The Rev. Edward Offspring Holwell, M.A. lain to the Vicar of South Stoneham, Hanis, was instituted to the rectory of Plywiree, is instituted to the rectory of Nurney, near Devon. Frome.
The Prince Regent has presented the Rev. The Rev. Thomas Ruge, B.D. Archdeacon James Sievwright, minister of the Presbyof Gloucester, has been appointed by the teriav meeting at Gateshead, Newcastle, to Bishop of Hereford to the high and lucralire the church and parish of Markınch, presby. situation of Chancellor of the diocese of tery of Kirkaldy, vacant by the translation Hereford.
of the Rev. Dr. Wright to Surling. The Rev. Joseph Fayrer, M.A. was insti- . Wm. Fullartan Lindsay Carnegie, Esq. of tuted by Mr. Bartlam to the prebend of Spynie and Boysack, lias presented the Rev. Heredum Marney, alias Mornays, founder in Thomas Cannan, preacher of the gospel, lo the church of Endelliou, in the county of the church and parish of New Spynie, in the Cornwall.
pre ylery of Elgin, vacant by the death of At an ordination held by the Bishop of ibe late Rev. George Machurdie. Kilmore, the Rev. W. Bitty and Rev. A.
8. In Hunter-street, Brunswick-square, Later, in Cadogan-place, Viscountess
the lady of Rogers Rudwg, Esq. of a daug be MAR. 19. At Rome, the lady of Sir Wm. Hoste, Bart, of a son and leir.
9. At Lewesby Hall, Leicestershire, the 22. The lady of Peter Horrocks, Esq. lady of Sir
F. G. Fowke, Bari, of a son. of Penwortham Lodge, Lancaster, of a son 19. In Carlogan place, Mrs. George Bar. and heir.
clay, of a daughter. APRIL 4. In Upper Brook-street, Vigo 20. At Evinyton, Kent, the lady of Sir countess Ebrington, of a son.
John Courtenay Honywood, Bart. of : 5. In Mornington-place, the lady of Mr. daughter. Burton Witby, of a son.
to Sarah, danghter of Mr. Clemisbaw, of VHARLES TELFAIR, Esq. to Alina. Weatherby, Yorkshire.
At Duoridoline Hlouse, near Ayr, John Chamberlayne.
Carr, Esq. of Si, Anne's, Yorkshire, to Eliza26. Edward S. Byam, Esq. chief com beth, elutst daugi'ter of Julin Hunter, Esq. missary of the Isle of France, to Eleanor
of Bonnytoun. Francis, daughter of the late Andrew Murray, William Morgan, Esq. jun. of Stamfordprior of Clernent. Wicklow, Esq. M.P. hill, to Maria, daughter of John Tuwgood,
APRIL 2. Mr. Wm. Hawkes Grice, of Esq. of Highbury Lodge. New Bond-street, 1o Anne Eliza, daughter 6. The Rev. John Lindsay Young, B.A. of Robert Weatherhead, Esq. of Southamp of Brazconose College, Oxford, to Cardie ton.
rive, daughter of A.B. Bellairs, Esq. lale of 3. The Rev. Henry Thomas Ellicombe, Stamford. M.A. of Belton, Gloucestershire, to Anne,
7. At Cheltenham, Captain Hooyman, daughter of William Nicholson, Esq. of St. Grenadier Guards, son of Sir Williain Hony. Margaret's.
man, 1o Elizabeth Essex, daughter of Admi. Ai Plichling, Norfolk, the Rev. W. H. ral Bowen. Holworthy, vicar of Earlham and Bewthorpe, Captain Le Chevalier H. T. Boisquet de la to Sarah, daughter of the Rev. Fleetwood Fleuriere, second son of the Marquis de la Churchill, rector of Blichling.
Fleuriere, and Kniglue of the Legion of 4. Wu, Armytage Smith, Esq. surgeon, llongar, to Matilda, daughter of T. G. H.
Allen, Esq. and grand-daughter of the late Residentiary of St. Paul's, to Elizabeth J. C. H. Allen, Esq. admiral of the white. daughter of T. V. Cooke, Esq. of Hertford
Joseph Robinson Pease, Esq. of Hessle street, Alay-fair. wood, near Hull, to Harriet, daughter of 12. T. Snowdall, Esq. of Gray's Inn, James Walker, Esq. of Beverler.
F.S.A. eldest son of S. Snowdall, Esq. of 8. Mr. Gorge Manby, of Southampton. North Shields, 10 Miss Elizabeth Illyett, of row, to Clarissa, daughter of the late Ben Camden Town. jamin Kent, Esq. of Watford, Heris.
14. William, son of Robert Sheddon, Esq. At St. Ann's, Blackfriars, by the Rev. to Wilhelmina, daughter of Captain William Rosland Hill, M.A. Mr. Benjamin Bensley, Miller, R.N. of Bolt-court, Fleet-street, 10 Sarah, only Jaines Simmons, Faq. of Rochester, to daughter and child of Mr. Pook, of Mansion- Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Fielder, Esq. bouse street.
of Dover-place, Surrey. Ms. J. W. Gray, Leeds, to Charlulte, 18. Mr. James Jardine, of Waitling-street, daughter of the late J. Hill, Esq. of Wood to the youngest daughter of the late Mathew ford, Essex.
Aslıton, Esq. of Bagnigge-wells. 9. W. Spencer, Esq. of Somers-town, to Mr. Rob. Sibley, of St. George's in the Miss Thompson, daughter of the late W. Est, to Miss Mary Ann Knowsley, of the Thompson, Esq. of Kentish-town.
same place. Al St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Al Fareham, Hants, Ann, daughter of CapRev. Hugh Fraser, the Hon. William Fraser, lain Becher, R.N. and Frances his wife, only brother of Lord Salloun, to Elizabeth niece of the Countess of Oxford, to Charles Graham, second daughter of David M‘Dow. Wildekind Nepean, Esq. third son of Lieu. all Grant, Esq. of Airudilly, in the county of tenant-general Nepean, brother of Sır Evan Panff.
Nepean, Bart. Governor of Bombay. 11. Lieutenant-colonel Dick, of the Royal 19. Ai Camberwell, Mr. W. Barrymore, Highlanders, 10 Eliza Ann, daughter of J. to Miss Adams. Macnabb, Esq. of Arthurstone, Perthshire. 25. At St. Michael's, Corphill, Mr. Geo.
John Hughes, Esq. of Oriel College, Ox Macirone, of Great Winchester-street, to ford, son of the Rev. Dr. Hughes, Canon Miss Mary Aon Perriman, of Corphill.
LATFLY, Henry Domcember
. Es age, after thirteen years' illness, Mr. Daniel Copyrove, Knaresborough, in the 90th Conolly, late Treasurer of Crail, and foryear of his age.
merly a serjeant in the 28th regiment of Nov. 7, 1817. At Calcutta, in the 32d foot. year of his age, after a short illness (broaght 25. As Exeter, Mrs. Browne, relict of on, as it is apprehended, by a too close and Colonel Browne, of Glengarry, county of Jaborious attention to the duties of his office, Dublin, Ireland, and daughter of Edward in the civil service of the Hon. East India Corry, Esq. M.P. of the Irish House of Coni. Company), William Bukford Gordon, Esq. son of the late G. H. Gordon, Esq. and 27. At Loughborough, John Blackburn, Mrs. George Gordon, of Berners-street, Gent. aged 77 ; also, April 4, at the same whose severe affliction on this sad event can place, Ellen, his wife, aged 67. be better conceived than described. His At Guildford, Surrey, Thomas Philpot, virtues and acquirements were highly appre. Esq. late of the Hon. East India Company's ciated by all who knew him, and by whom service in Bengal. his loss will be truly lamented, and must 30. Ac Christchurch, Hants, in his 69th deeply deplored by an inconsolable mother year, Charles Reeks, Esq. one of the oldest and an affectionate wife.
burgesses of that borough, and late of his Dec. 31. On board the Hadlow, Captain Majesty's customs. Ed. Lamb, jun, the coinnander, age 1 25. 31. Al Totness, Devonshire, Ann, daugh
FEB. 2, 1818. At Chitton, in Jamaica, ter of J. H. Greene, Esq. of Reading. Grace, only daughter of the Hou. George At Spalding, whilst engaged in prayer Pannock.
with the family with whom he had lived for Mar. 17, Sarah, wife of R. Thorpe, LL.D. several years, and in the act of seading a Mrs. S. Hartopp, wife of the Rev. Samuel chapter in the Bible, in his 74th year, Mr. Hartopp, of Dalby, Leicestershire,
Hezekiah Barrett, a dissenting ininister. He 20. At Tonbridge Wells, aged 73, Dame was kneeling on the floor; his voice faulDeborah Desing, relict of Sir Edward Dering, tered, and he fell and was dead before those of Sunden Dering, Kent, Bart.
around him were aware of the awful and 22. Ai Anslrulher, in the 31st year of his suddeu change.