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such an undertaking. Directing his enquiries with ardour and judgment, he investigated, with the most patient and persevering assiduity, the .facts he ascertained; and thus gained most correct and valuable information upon all the local circumstances attached to the place he chanced to inhabit; and he had also the happy talent of communicating it forcibly to others, in a lively and striking manner.

At Baldock, Herts, aged 82, the Rev. Edmonds Pym, formerly of Christ college, Cambridge, B. A. 1744.

At Canterbury, the Rev. Joseph Price, vicar of Littlebourn, Kent.

■ As the Rev. Mr. Gilbert, of Kentchui th, Yorkshire, was out shooting with some friends, near Goitree, Monmouthshire, on proceeding down the side of a wood with one of them, and being a little advanced before him, by some accident, his friend's gun went off, and lodged nearly the whole charge in the side of the back part of Mr. Gilbert's head, tearing away his ear. The unfortunate gentleman instantly fell; and the feelings of his friend may be imagined, but cannot be described, on beholding the dreadful spectacle his lacerated head presented. He was conveyed to a farm-house, where he lingered till the morning of Nov. 1, and then expired. He was sensible to the last; awaited death with the most Christian resignation, and repeatedly signified that he freely forgave the unfortunate author of the acci

dent. He was 45 years of age, and universally beloved and regretted. His remains were interred at Kentchurch, followed to the grave by an immense eoncourse ,of people, whose tears bore ample testimony to the sincerity of their grief.

In Rutland-court, Charterhouse-square, aged 79, the Rev. Matthew Raine, vicar of St. John's, Stanwick, and rector of Kirby-Wiske, co. York.

In his 73d year, greatly regretted, the Rev. Thomas Bowen, nearly 49 years rector of Pulham Et. Mary the Virgin, and of Pulham St. Mary Magdalen, in Norfolk. His tithe feast for the former parish was on the day he died,when he was well enough to assist in receiving the same, but expired about 10 o'Clock at night. These livings are in the gift of the crown. He was of Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A. 1759; M. A. 1762.

At Peppard, of an apoplctic stroke, in his 66th year, the Rev. Robert Jones, rector of that parish; The living is in the gift of the principal and fellows of Jesus College, Oxford.

After a lingering illness, Mr. Mott, B. A. of Baliol College, Oxford. He was a young man of excellent character, and of considerable talents.

The Rev. Andrew Pern, rector of Abingdon and Clay, near Royston, and an active justice ot the peage. He was formerly of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. B, A. 1772.

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Atterbury, bishop, letter of.... 349 Convocation, on reassembling the
Atwood, George, account of .. 79

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| Maddox, bp. letter of ........ 268
Grenville's Letter, observations on

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Mirehouse, John, account of 519
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THOMAS CLARKSON, M.A. 3 vols,
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1 Lord Viscount Howick, 8vo 67
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the diocese of Gloucester, by G. I.
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Gloucester, 8vo............. 131

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of the Magdalcn Hospital, by T. L.
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Beneficial Effects of the Christian
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Teachers, on licensing dissenting Eight Lectures on the Occurrences

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The Glory of the Heavens, by the
R»v. T. Bisecey, M. A 210

Forty Sermons on Doctrinal and Prac-
tical Subjects, selected from the
works of Dr. Samuel Clarke, by
S. Cxafham, M. A. 212

Translations of the Parisian Sanhe-
drim ; translated from the French
by F. D. Kirwan, Esq. .... 414

Remarks on the Alliance between
Church and State, by the Rev.
Richard King, M. A..... 21R

Remarks on the Dangers which
threaten the Established Religion.
By E. Pearson, B.D 321

Two Sermons preached at Birming-
ham, by John Eyton, M. A. 228

The Duty of the Clergy to enforce
the frequent receiving of the Sa-
crament of the Lord's Supper.
By S. Clapham, M.A 291

Essays Scriptural, Moral, and Logic-
al. By W. and T. Ludlam, 2
vol*. 8yo. 294

A Letter to Lord Gienvillc, by the

Rev. H. B. Wilson, M. A. -313

Preparation for the Holy Order of
Beta>n s; or the first Question pro-
posed to Candidates for the Holy
Order of Deacons elucidated, by
G. I. Hunts Nopokd, D.D. Bishop
of Gloucester 375

The Testimony of the Spirit of God
in the Faithful. A Visitation Ser-
mon, by A. Onslow, D. D. 37i

The Claims of the Establishment; a
Sermon by J. Irel And. D.D. 382

Reflections on the Sinfulness of Cru-
elty to Animals. A Sermon by
R.mant.m.a 384

A Charge to the Clergy of Sarum,
by Archd. Daubeny 445

A Sermon preaahed at the Visita-
tion of the Bishop of Rochester,
by P. Monypenny, M. A. 448

Cruelty to Dumb Creatures; a Ser-
mon, by the Curate Of Devi-
Zes ..•. 4J0

A Sermon on the Lord's Supper; by
the Rer. T. Mr Ars , M. A. 452-

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