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PROMOTIONS.
DECEMBER

Hon. Thomas O'Hagan, H.M.'s Attorney

General for Ireland; Sir Roundell Palmer, Lord Canning to be Ranger of Green- knt., H.M.'s Solicitor-General ; James wich Park.

Anthony Lawson, esq., H. M.'s Solicitor. Mr. James Syme to be Surgeon in- General for Ireland; Sir Hugh M'Calmont Ordinary to Her Majesty in Scotland. Cairns, knt. ; George Markham Gifford,

The Marquess of Ailsa to be Lord- esq., one of H. M.'s Counsel ; Robt. Bayley Licutenant of the shire and county of Follet, esq., and Richard John Theodore Ayr.

Orpen, esq.,

to be H.M.'s Commissioners Mr. W. M. Hindmarsh to be Attorney- to inquire into the constitution of the General for the County Palatine of Dur- Irish Law Courts, with a view to reduce ham.

costs to suitors and the expenditure of Mr. J. Mellor, Q.C., to be Justice of the public money, and to assimilate, so the Queen's Bench,

far as may be practicable, the adminisMr. William Ritchie to be a Legal tration of justice in England and IreMember of the Supreme Council of Cal. land. cutta.

Mr. Serjeant Hayes, of the Midland The Lord Mayor of London, Major Circuit, to be Recorder of Leicester. General Sir Joshua Jebb, K.C.B., Mr. Sir John Thomas, knt., to be a MemJohn Thwaites, Chairman of the Metro- ber of the Executive Council of the Island politan Board of Works, Captain Douglas of Barbadoes. Gatton, R.E., Commander Edward Bur. Messrs. David Cowie and Peter Carnth stal, R.N., Secretary of the River Thames to be Members of the Executive Council Conservancy Board, Mr. Henry Arthur of the Island of St. Vincent. Hunt, Surveyor of Her Majesty's Works Mr. Thomas Begg to be a Member of and Public Buildings, and Mr. John the Legislative Council of the Island of Robinson Maclean, to be Her Majesty's Trinidad. Commissioners to examine plans for em- Messrs. Andrew Munro, William Mcbanking the Surrey side of the River Ewen, Henry Berkeley, and George Thames within the metropolis.

Brooks Van Buren, to be Members of Sir John Romilly, Master of the Rolls, the Legislative Council of the Island of Sir William Erle, Chief Justice of the Grenada. Court of Common Pleas, Sir Edward Brevet-Colonel William Munro, C B., Ryan, Mr. Robert Lowe, Vice-President to be a Member of the Council of the of the Committee of Council on Educa- Bermudas, or Somers Islands. tion, Sir James Shaw Willes, Justice of Messrs. William Douglas Hall Baillie, the Court of Common Pleas, and Mr. Daniel Pollen, John Charles Watts RusJohn Macpherson Macleod, to be Her sell, Andrew Hamilton Russell, and Majesty's Commissioners for preparing a Henry Sewell, to be Members of the body of substantive laws for India, and Legislative Council of the Colony of New for considering and reporting on such Zealand, other matters in relation to the reform Major-General John Fitzmaurice, K.H., of the laws of India, as may be referred to be Lieutenant of Her Majesty's Royal to the said Commissioners by Her Ma. Body Guard. jesty's Secretary of State for India.

Dr. Francis Hawkins to be PhysicianThe Right Hon. Sir John Romilly, in-Ordinary to Her Majesty's Household. knt., Master of the Rolls; the Right Mr. G. R. Perry to be Her Majesty's Hon. Francis Blackburne, Lord Justice Consul in French Guiana. of the Court of Appeal in Chancery in Mr. Frank R. D. Hay to be Consul at Ireland ; the Right Hon. James Henry Cairo. Monaghan, Chief Justice of the Court of Mr. St. Vincent Lloyd to be Consul at Common Pleas in Ireland; the Right Syra. Hon. Abraham. Brewster; the Right Hon. Mr. R. Wilkinson to be Vice-Consul Joseph Napier; Sir William Page Wood, at Poti. knight, a Vice-Chancellor ; Sir James Mr, Theophilus Bennett Hoskyns AbraShaw Willes, knight, one of the Justices hall to be Bankruptcy Commissioner of of the Court of Common Pleas in Eng- the Newcastle-upon-Tyne District. land; Henry George Hughes, esq., one Mr. Alexander Graham Dunlop to be of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer first Vice-Consul, Constantinople. in Ireland ; (Sir William Atherton, knt., Mr. Henry Philip Roche to be a Regis. H.M.'s Attorney-General; the Right

trar of the Court of Bankruptcy.

PROMOTIONS. Mr. De Moleyns to be Chairman of Prince Consort, to be Extra Groom in the county of Kilkenny.

Waiting to Her Majesty. Mr. D. R. Kane to be Chairman of the Colonel the Lord James Charles Plancounty of Cork.

tagenet Murray, Extra Groom in Waiting Mr. West to be Chairman of the to Her Majesty, to be one of the Grooms county of Leitrim.

in Waiting in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Sir Croker Barrington to be Crown in the room of General Sir Edward BoSolicitor of Limerick.

water, deceased. Colonel Francis Seymour, C.B., re- Thomas Price, esq.,

to be Lieut. cently one of the Grooms of the Bed- Governor of the Island of Dominica. chamber to his late Royal Highness the

ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS.

JANUARY.

MARCH.

Rev. Henry Philpott, D.D., Master of Rev. J. Godfrey Day to be Dean of St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, Ardfred and Aghadoe, Ireland. Canon of Norwich, and Chaplain to Rev. James Fraser to be Prebendary of the Prince Consort, to be Lord Bishop of Bishopstone, in the Cathedral Church of Worcester.

Salisbury. Rev. H. R. Hall, Rector of Bolden, Rev. H. P. Wright, Chaplain to the Durham, to be Honorary Canon in York Forces, to be Archdeacon of British CoCathedral.

lumbia. Rev. H. R. Neville, P. C. of Great Rev. Edward Meyrick Goulburn, D.D., Yarmouth, to be an Honorary Canon in to be Dean of Exeter. the Cathedral Church of Norwich, Rev. W. North to be Archdeacon of

APRIL Cardigan and Prebendary of Llandyfriog, in the diocese of St. David's.

Rev. E. Prest, Master of Sherburn Rev. E. Duncan Rhodes to be PrebenHospital, Durham, to be an Honorary dary of Wedmore the Second in Wells Canon in the Cathedral Church of Dur- Cathedral. ham.

MAY

FEBRUARY.

Rev. Frederick Gell, Fellow of Christ's

College, Cambridge, and Chaplain to the Rev. H. Powell Ffoulkes, Rector of Bishop of London, to be Bishop of Llandyssil, to be Archdeacon of Montgo. Madras. mery, and to be a Canon in the Cathedral Rev. E. Garfit to be unendowed PreChurch of St. Asaph.

bend or Canon of Marston St. Law. Rev. F. Lear, Rector of Bishopston,

rence,

founded in Lincoln Cathedral. Wilts, to be Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Sarum, and Prebendary of

JULY. Bricklesworth, annexed to the Chancellorship.

Rev. Charles J. Ellicott, Professor of Rev. W. Sparrow Simpson, Rector of Divinity in King's College, London, to be St. Matthew, Friday-street, to be a Dean of Exeter. Minor Canon (10th) in the Cathedral Rev. J. Cooper, Vicar of Kendal, Church of St. Paul, London.

Westmoreland, to be an Honorary Canon Rev. J. Barber Lightfoot, Fellow and in the Cathedral Church of Carlisle. Tutor of Cambridge College, Cambridge, Rev. J. Fletcher to be a Canon in the to be Chaplain to His Royal Highness Cathedral Church of Newcastle, New the Prince Consort.

South Wales, Australia.

PROMOTIONS. Rev. W. H. Hewitt to be a Minor

NOVEMBER. Canon and Precentor in Carlisle Cathedral.

Rev. C. J. Camidge, Vicar of WakeRev. Joseph Simpson, P. C. of Holme

field, Yorkshire, to be an Honorary Canon Cultram, Cumberland, to be an Honorary

in the Cathedral Church of Ripon. Canon in the Cathedral Church of Car

Rev. Anthony Denny, Rector of Tralee, lisle.

county Kerry, Ireland, to be Archdeacon

of Ardfert. AUGUST.

Rev. Philip Freeman, Vicar of Thor

verton, Devon, to be a Prebendary in the
Rev. J. Atlay, D.D., late Fellow and Cathedral Church of Exeter.
Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge, Rev. C. Kirk by Robinson to be a Canon
Vicar of Leeds, to be a Residentiary in the Cathedral Church of Norwich.
Canon in the Cathedral Church of
Ripon.
Rev. W. E. Evans, Vicar of Madley,

DECEMBER.
Herefordshire, to be a Canon in Hereford
Cathedral.
Rev. J. S. Hodgson, Rector of Aikton,

Right Rev. P. C. Claughton, D.D., Cumberland, to be an Honorary Canon

Bishop of Helena, to be Bishop of in Carlisle Cathedral.

Colombo, Ceylon. Rev. C. E. Kennaway, to be an Hono

Ven. T. E. Welby, Archdeacon of rary Canon in the Cathedral Church of George Town, in the diocese of Cape Town, Gloucester.

to be Bishop of St. Helena. Right Rev. Walter John Frower, D.D.,

Rev. H. Kitton, Rector of Trinity Sub-Dean, to be a Prebendary in the Church, King William's Town, to be Cathedral Church of Exeter.

Archdeacon of British Caffraria, in the diocese of Graham's Town.

Rev. E. Durham Tapsfield to be a

Minor Canon in the Collegiate Church of SEPTEMBER

St. George, Windsor, Berks.

Rev. R. Kilgour Thorn to be Dean of Right Rev. Charles Baring, Lord Brechin, Scotland. Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, to be

Ven. Charles Caulfeild, DD., to be the Lord Bishop of Durham.

First Bishop of the New See of Nassau. Rev. William Thomson, D.D., Provost

Rev. William Thomson to be Bishop of of Queen's College, Oxford, to be Lord

the See of Gloucester and Bristol. Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol.

Rev. Nicholas W. Gibson, Rector of St. Thomas, Ardwick, to be a Canon of the Cathedral Church of Manchester.

Rev. J. 41. Thompson to be Senior Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Mon- COLLEGIATE AND SCHOtreal, Canada.

LASTIC APPOINTMENTS.

OCTOBER

JANUARY.
Rev. F. C. Cook to be Prebendary of
Carlton-with-Thurlby, in Lincoln Cathe-

Rev. Edward Morton Acock to be dral,

Vice-Principal of the South Wales Train. Rev. F. Custance, Rector of Colwall, ing College, Carmarthen. Herefordshire, and Rural Dean, to be Rev. Pellew Arthur to be one of the Prebendary of Putson Minor, in Hereford Masters of Guildford Grammar School, Cathedral.

Rev. W. Drake, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Rev. Francis J. Eld to be Head Coventry, Warwickshire, to be an Hono- Master of Worcester Grammar School. rary Canon in the Cathedral Church of Rev. C. Bradford Wardale to be Head Worcester.

Master of the Middle School, Trow. bridge, Wilts.

Surrey.

sex.

PROMOTIONS.
FEBRUARY

Edmund's Hall, Oxford, and to the Rec

tory of Great Gatcombe, Isle of Wight. Rev. T. J. Brereton to be Master of the

Rev. A. S. Farrar, Fellow of Queen's Free School of Framlingham, Suffolk.

College, Oxford, to be Bampton Lecturer Rev. J. Chambers to be a Master in

in that University for 1862. Beaumaris Grammar School, Anglesea.

Rev. C. Naylor, of King William's Rev. E. P. Edrup to be Principal of College, Isle of Man, to be Second Master the Diocesan Theological College, Salis

of St. Mary-de-Cript Grammar School, bury.

Gloucester. Rev. W. Edensor Littlewood to be

Rev. T. B. Rowe, Fellow of St. John's Head Master of the Grammar School,

College, Cambridge, to be AssistantHipperholme, Yorkshire.

Master in the Grammar School, Upping-
Rev. Mark Pattison to be Rector of ham, Rutland.
Lincoln College, Oxford.
Rev. J. Wilkinson Steward, Rector of

JUNE.
Caistor, Norfolk, to be Inspector of
Schools in the diocese of Norwich.

Rev. E. Bartrum to be Head Master of Rev. J. T. Wilford, Fellow of King's

Hereford Grammar School. College, Cambridge, to be Master of

Rev. Frank Garrett to be Head Master Eton College, Bucks.

of Carmarthen Endowed Schools. Rev. James Wallace, late Head Master of Peterborough Cathedral School, to be

Rev. E. C. Hawkins, of Exeter College, Head Master of the Grammar School,

Oxford, and one of the Masters of BrighLoughborough, Leicestershire.

ton College, to be Head Master of the “ St. John's Foundation School for the Free Education and Maintenance of the

Sons of Poor Clergy," Clapton, MiddleMARCH.

Rev. W. Edenson Littlewood to be Rev. Godfrey Balles Lee to be Warden Head Master of the Grammar School, Ripof Winchester College.

penholm, near Halifax, Yorkshire.
Rev. T. Jackson Nunns to be Head
Master of Helston Grammar School,
Cornwall,

JULY,
Rev. W. Price to be Master of the
Cathedral Grammar School, Oxford.

Rev. W. Banks to be Head Master of Henry James Lynch, esq., to be one of

Coleshill Grammar School, Warwickshire. Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools.

Rev. E. J. Davis to be Head Master William Sharpey, esq., M.D., to be a Member of the General Council of Medi.

of the Grammar School, Sudbury, Suf

folk. cal Education and Registration of the United Kingdom.

Rev. T. C. Durham, late Lay Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, Head Master of Berwick School, Northumberland, to

he Head Master of the Cathedral GramAPRIL.

mar School, Carlisle.

Rev. J. Graves to be a Classical Master Rev. P. J. F. Gantillon, of St. John's

in Cheltenham College. College, Cambridge, to be a Classical

Rev. G. Phillips to be Master of Chard Master in Cheltenham College.

Grammar School, Somerset.
Rev, Cockburn Peel Marriott to be
Second Master of Chelmsford Grammar

AUGUST.
School, Essex.

Rev. E. Ellis Rogers to be Second
Master of the Grammar School, Kings- St. John's School, Clapham, Surrey.

Rev. J. Espin to be Second Master of bridge, Devon.

Rev. H. Manning Ingram, Assistant C. MAY.

of St. Michael's, Highgate, Middlesex, to be Under Master of Westminister

School Rev. J. Branthwaite, Fellow of Queen's Rev. W. C. Salter, Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, to be Principal of St. College, and late Vice-Principal of St.

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PROMOTIONS.
Alban Hall, to be Principal of St. Alban of the New Diocesan Theological College
Hall, Oxford.

at Exeter.
Rev. W. Watkins to be Warden of the
Welsh Collegiate Institution, Llandovery,
Carmarthenshire.

OCTOBER.

lege.

Rev. Theodore W. James to be ViceSEPTEMBER

Principal of the Bristol Proprietary CulRev. A. Thomson Bonner to be one of Her Majesty's Assistant Inspectors of

NOVEMBER.
Schools.

Rev. C. H. Collyns, of Christ Church,
Oxford, to be Second Master of King Master of Eton College, Bucks.

Rev. T. Dalton to be a Mathematical
Edward's School, Bath.
Rev. T. Cox to be Head Master of

Rev. C. Kirkley Robinson to be Master Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Heath,

of St. Catherine's College, Cambridge. Halifax, Yorkshire.

Rev. F. R. Dawson to be a Master in
King Edward's School, Bath.

DECEMBER
Rev. J. W. Dover to be Mathematical
Master at St. Mary's College, Harlow,
Essex.

Rev. H. G. Day, Fellow of St. John's
Rev. W. Mirrielees to be Head Master College, Cambridge, to be Master of Led-
of the Grammar School, Berwick-on- bergh Grammar School, Yorkshire.
Tweed, Northumberland.

Rev. R. E. Sanderson to be Head Rev. R. Cobbett Pascoes, Fellow of Exe- Master of St. Nicholas' College, Lancing, ter College, Oxford, to be Vice-Principal Sussex,

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