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stor RINGTON DISTRICT committee, ESTABLISHED IN 1815.
Report for 1824.
PATRON, The Right Reverend the Bishop of Chichester. PRESIDENT. The Venerable the Archdeacon of Chichester. VICE-PRESIDENTs. R. Aldridge, Esq. E. Barker, Esq. E. Bligh, Esq. S. Bosanquet, Esq. J. Broadwood, Esq. Sir C. M. Burrell, Bart, M.P. W. Burrell, Esq. M.P. J. T. Daubuz, Esq. J. Eversfield, Esq. C. Goring, Esq. R. H. Hurst, Esq. Lieut. Gen. Sir R. Jones, K.C.B. J. M. Lloyd, Esq. M.P. T. Sanctuary, Esq. Sir T. Shelley, Bart. H. Tredcroft, Esq. J. Trower, Esq. J. Wakefield, Esq. R. W. Walker, Esq. TREASURER, The Rev. W. Woodward, West Grinstead. SECRETARIES. The Rev. H. J. Rose, Horsham, The Rev. J. Penfold, Steyning. Rev. J. Austin, Pulborough. The Rev. W. Davison, Worthing.
, Notwithstanding the very extensive 'ssue of books by the Conmittee during several preceding years, large demands are still made; and it is to be expected,
and indeed wished, that these demands should continue. A rapidly increasing population, — the general diffusion of education according to the principles of the Established Church, – and the greater accommodation which has lately been made for attendance on Public Worship, in some Parishes within the District, are causes which severally tend to this effect; and, considering the character of the books which are issued, it cannot fail to afford a very pure satisfaction to every benevolent mind.
The Committee congratulate the friends of the Institution on the iucreasing amount of subscriptions, which enables them to supply every demand in the fullest manner; and to furnish gratuitously to the prisoners in the gaol, at Horsham, and to the inmates of the United Workhouse, at Preston, (both situate within the District,) and to a few Schools which have strong claims upon the Committee, such books as their several circumstances require.
The Committee have issued, since their formation in 1815, three thousand seven hundred and seventy-two Bibles AND Test AMENTs, nearly seven thousand PRAY ER Books, and thirty-four thousand seven hundred other Books and Tracts; and it is very encouraging to them in their exertions, to be assured that they have been the medium of imparting much information and comfort to many grateful and pious minds.
The Committee rely with confidence on a continuance of the support they have hitherto obtained, and will endeavour to administer the Funds entrusted to their management in such manner as shall be most conducive to the object of their appointment,
Receipts and Erpenditure from Michaelmas 1823, to Michaelmas 1824.
RECEIPTS. Balance in hand at last Au- £. s. d. dit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 15 3}
Subscriptions and Dona-
Cash for Books sold at the
3.239 3 11
EXPEN DITURE. Printing Report, Notices, f. s. d. &c. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 5 0 Cash to Parent Society for Books ............... 141 14 11. Ditto to ditto, being one third of Subscriptions and Donations........ 33 10 10 Books to Prisoners in Horsham Gaol, and to Schools 4 8 9 Carriage of Books, Post- age, &c. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 19 S Allowance to Collector . . 1 0 0 Balance in the hands of the Treasurer . . . . . . . . 47 5 2
Bibles, Testaments, Prayer Books, Books and Tracts, distributed by
the Committee, between the Audit of
1823, and the Audit of 1824.
Bibles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Testaments. . . . . . . . . . . . 443 Prayer Books.......... 91 l
Other Books and Tracts... 6124
Total....... , 7627
Bibles, Testaments, Prayer Books, &c. distributed by the Committee, since its Establishment in 1815.
SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS".
Fort Mation or A CANTERBURY DISTRICT COMMITTEE.
At a Meeting of Members of the society for propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts, resident in or near Canterbury, held at the National Schools on Saturday, Nov. 13th, 1824.
The Hon. & Wen. ARchdeacon PERcy in the Chair.
The following Resolutions were adopted:— lst—That a Committee be formed, to be called the Canterbury Diocesan Committee of the Society for propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts. 2nd–That all Members of the Parent Society resident within the Diocese, and also all Subscribers to the amount of 10s. annually, be considered Members of the Committee. 3rd–That the smallest Donations or Subscriptions be received, and that the Members of the Committee be request
* We would call attention to the following notices affixed to the last Report
of the Society.
Rev. Anthony Hamilton, M.A. 42, Castle-street, Leicester-square, is their Secretary, to whom all letters on the Society's business are to be directed. - Rev. H. B. Wilson, D.D. 12, Carlton Chambers, Regent-street, is their Assistant Secretary and Receiver, to whom all remittances are to be made, and communications addressed, relative to the accounts of the Diocesan and District
James Haywood Markland, Esq. Temple, is their Treasurer, to whom all
Legacies are to be paid.
Mr. John Doggett, 11, Shouldham-street, Bryanstone-square, is their Mes
Bibles ... . . . . . . . . . . . 1696
Other Books and Tracts 34782
Total.. . . . 45469
In addition to the above, the Committee have sold several sets of the Parochial Lending Library, and of the Society's FAMILY Bible. The latter very useful book may be had in Numbers at 6d. each; and for all poor persons the Committee undertake to pay the expense of binding it.
ed to collect the same in their respec-
senger and Collector.
January in every year, and be received by the Secretaries, or at either of the Canterbury Banks.
• * Secretaries.
[Correspondence with the Committee
9th–That the thanks of this Meeting may be addressed to the Hon. and be given to the Hon. and Ven. Arch- Rev. G. PEllew, Cathedral Predeacon PERCY for his able conduct in cincts, Canterbury.]
PRESENT MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE.
Mutlow, Rev. T. A. Rector of St. Martin’s.............
date of Annual Admission. - - Sub cription. - £. s. 1805 Andrewes, G. D.D. Dean of Canterbury (Incorporated). ... 2 2 1823 Barlow, Rev. Wm. Vicar of St. Mary Bredin......... ... l 1 1824 Bennett, Rev. Wm. Rector of St. George's ........... ... l I Brown, Rev. Walter, Prebendary of Canterbury........ . 2 2 Bunce, Rev. J. B. Vicar of St. Dunstan's.............. l I Carter, Dr. M.D. Canterbury........................ . I l . Clarke, Anthony, Esq. Cauterbury................... ... l I Croft, Rev. James, Prebendary of Canterbury............ 2 2 Dashwood, Thomas, Esq. Canterbury........ . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 Dickins, Rev. W. W. Rector of Addisham .............. l I Eden, Hon. and Rev. Wm. Vicar of Beaksbourn ......... 1 1 Fagg, Sir Jolin, Bart. Mystole ......... - - - - - - - - - - - - ... l I Fielding, Rev. Henry, St. Stephen's..... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ... l 1 Fielding, Rev. Charles, St. Margaret's................... 1 - 1 Fieldings, the Miss..... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ... . . . . . . . . . 1 | 1817 Gipps, George, Esq. Howletts, (Incorporated)............ 1 1 1823 Gregory, Rev. Edw. Lower Hardres ... . . . . . . .......... 1 1 1824 Hallett, Rev. C. Hughes, Higham ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 1 1 1823 Hamilton, Rev. J. R. St. Stephen's, Secretary & Treasurer 1 1 1824 Hutchinson, Rev. Mr......... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . 1 1 1818 Marlow, Rev. Dr. Preb. of Canterbury, (Incorporated). 2 2 1824 Marriot, G. P. Minor Canon of Canterbury............. 1 1 May, George, Esq. Herne............... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 Metcalfe, Rev. J. Minor Canon of Canterbury .......... 0 10 Moody, Rev. H. R. Rector of Chartham... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1 1796 Moore, Rev. G. Prebendary of Canterbury, (Incorporated) 2 2 1824 Moore, Rev. Robert, Do............ - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . 2 2 1 1 1 1
Parker, D. J. Esq. Canterbury ........ • . . . . . . . . . . . * * * 1818 Pellew, Hon. and Rev. G. Prebendary of Canterbury, Secretary and Treasurer, (Incorporated) .............. 1824 Pellew, Hon. Mrs. G. . . . . . .................. - - - - - - - - 1820 Percy, Hon. & Ven. Archdeacon, President, (Incorporated) 1824 Plumptre, Rev. Henry, St. Stephen's ................... Ramsay, General, Whitefriars ....................... Smyth, Rev. Edward, Bourn House.................... Simons, Rev. N. Rector of Ickham.................... Starr, Thomas, Esq. Precincts .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tillard, James, Esq. Street End................. - - Webb, Colonel, Harbledown......
A Lady, (by Mr. Pellew)........
James Tillard, Esq. (for building Churches in Canada)........... 5
The following gentlemen were admitted Students of Christ Church: — Douglas Smith, Walter Lucas Brown, Henry Sanders, John George Phillimore, and William Pitt Amherst, from Westminster. William Pye, John Christopher Dowdeswell, Robert French Laurence, Edward John Wingfield, Frederick Calvert, the Hon. Charles Bathurst, and Richard Seymour, Commoners.
John Mitchell Chapman, B.A. of Exeter College, was elected Fellow of Baliol College.
Degree conferred, Jauuary 11. MASTert of ARts. Judge, Edward, Esq. by Royal Mandate.
UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.
MAsterts of Arts.
Alington, John, and
Browne, Henry, Lincoln College.
BACHELORS’ COMMENCEMENT. “
January 22, 1825.
wr ANGLERS. Smith, Pet.
Challis, Trin. Maude, çai.
vo L. vii. No. 11.
Malkin, Trin. I Reade, Cai. Hill, Trin. Wayne, Pet. Crocker, Trin. Skinner, Sid. Warner, Trin Young, Trin Holme, Cai. JUNIOR OptiMEs. C. Morton, Trin Prater, Trin. | Lewis, Joh. Hoo. * Bollaerts, Trin. eli, u. || Hildyard, Trin. W.344. §§. W. F. Ayerst, Joh. Evans, Pem. Pratt, Trin. Outram, Joh. Earle, Joh. Brooke, Cai. Hayes, Joh. Wakefield, Joh. Custance, Trin. | Fletcher, Mag. Smith, Trin. Falcon, Joh. Turner, Joh. Marshall, Joh. Gaitskell, Trin. Sanderson, Joh. Youldon, Joh. Praed, Trin. Barry, Trin. Dallin, C.C. Lowe, Chr. Wimberley, Emm. Kempthorne, Joh.
Antrobus, Joh. Dighton, Joh. Hudson, Pet. Wickenden, Joh.
land, Trin. Williams, ; Chr. Bayley, Joh. Deedes, Trio. Lister, Joh. No. Chr. Armstrong, A.S. Tri. More, Chr. Wynyard, Chr. Maude, Emm. Lambert, § Joh. Parr, . Trin. won, Joh. Ruspini, Clare Hammill, Trin. Thorpe, Pem. Dickens, Jes. | Tuffnell, Emm. | Moneypenny, Clare Tighe, Trini Dyson, Jes. " Crowther, Clare ' Smith, Marriott, Tri.
The prize for the Hulsean dissertation for the year 1824, is adjudged to James Amiraux Jeremie, B.A. Scholar of Trinity College. Subject—“The Doctrines of our Saviour, as derived from the four Gospels, are in perfect harmony with the Doctrines of St. Paul, as derived from his Epistles.”
The Master and Fellows of Peterhouse have recently augmented the patronage of their College, by founding two. ships and four Scholarships, the stipends of which are to be paid from the proceeds of the very liberal domation of the Rev. Francis Gisborne, M.A. formerly Fellow of