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   Church And State Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1847, London, Middlesex                                226 CttttUCH AKD SfATE The election at University College on the 1st of May to three not as has been The Davies to the incumbency of Holy Trinity vacant by the resignation of ihe Rev DIVISION OF THE PARISH OF PANCRAS INTO ECCLESIASTICAL THE vestry qf the parish of Pancras assembled in the on for the purpose of electing directors of the and other for the year The Thomas the On the question as to he election of The Chairman begged the indulgence of the vestry whilst be culled their attention to a subject of vast importance as connected with the spiritual welfare of the The vestry were aware that be i vm a n fl I l I L1X v V V I J MM v ijomas suggested a plan for dividing that immense parish into I ne curate of to the ecclesiastical with a view to the more efficient ot vacant by the death of the method of affording spiritual to that plan tlvnn I i Q ItMd IILrU D kf 11 v he was desirous of securing the cooperation of ft t I Tk o n i I uvairuuB ui BCUUIIUJJ vuc vwwpci onvn iur rbe of Christ vestry an well as that of the Board of Church to the curacy ot The trustees had already appointed the 19th of May Ihe Henry curate of for considering the and he should feel it H or conser to the curacy of personal favour if the vestry would also name a day Thomas jCyrwood to the when he the vicar could attend and lay his plans rectory or before Evan Lewis to the curacy of Howarth then and Wagstaff se Mnlriurnnu AH vacant by ihe promotion of the to the rectory if Hunts and Godolpbiri to the rec lory of BENEFICES AND APPOINTMENTS Gloucestershire value 3231 pa1 and near in the North me i at i uc i uc cuiuiiiuniOIl service WBS Riding ot York hire according to the clergy performed by the Bishpp of the Rev Dr arcorrliug to considerably more and the The Bishop of mm the of don afterwards confirmed the juveniles The value Lord and Countess the Earl of and Eex the Bishop of LonLadies Brayhrooke and were among the with Abercuwin nobility Carmartheiisliiire i value the Bishop of THE REV congregation of St David H Northamptonshire value have presented various handsome and be Stockton coming tributes of affection and respect to their beloved and esteemed retiring the They included a gown and with an accompany TH8 DEAN AND CHAPTER AND THE CHURCHWARDENS OF IT seems in connection with the annual ment of churchwarden for this parish on Easter there is an ancient custom for the retiring on Easter after the morning to wait upon the dean and canons in the chapter and exhibit the list of the clergymen whom it was proposed to nominate as their As we have already the retiring churchwar dens were strongly urged to continue in office another irear to which they on the ground that they could not continue to fulfil the duties of unless the imputations which had been cast upon n letters written by the were Under these on Sunday morning after divine the three retiring church Messrs Charles and Crutten waited upon the dean and in the chapter without having any list to and stated why they bad This led to some discussion and to mutual explanations and the result was that in the course of the which was of nearly two hours the dean intimated that be would authorise rhe chairman of the vestry meeting on Easter Tuesday who would be a clergyman of the collegiate on tha part of the dean and of the collegiate body to disclaim any intention of imputing to the church wardens any intentional falsification of Th6 on their In the strongest disclaimed all wish to impute general or torn 1 nonresi dence to all the collegiate as they knew prior to the case which had given rise to this disagree residence has been the and nonresidence Divine service was performed on Maunday Thursthe Under these circumstances of mutual day in the Chapel Jamess and the Bishop I the churchwardens agreed to serve the tof London held a confirmation of the juvenile nobility I office again and it will be seen by our report of and The prayers were read by f1p arid I he lessons by the The musical service was Boyces in Sir George Smart presided at the The communion service was a resolution to the effect that the 24th of May i a rcouiuiiun lu luc cucut mat luc ui f MIJ to the chaplaincy I be specially appointed for a meeting of the vestry to Su D consider the proposition of the vicar for dividing ij rector of Sutton the parish into ecclesiastical districtsCarried unani Dor we to be dean rurnl of Philips assitant minis1 h was then and resolved unani ot Uirwt Jubiia to the That James and Charles Eden ship of in the city of the present be re vacant nv ihe nromntinn nf tho s r I peered churchwardens of the parish for the year en Christ p ik Mf iTees Durham value the Bishop vi PERPETUAL Yorkshire value the Vicar of Lan value I70i Trustees Yorkhire value the Vicar of Carmarthenshire value John Wrenbury Chebite vnlue the Vicar of Somerset Cley Norfolk the Marylebone On Tuesday the interesting of laying the fim ftoneV a in the grounds laid out for a Church of England new place at Bii in the presence of a large concourse of OF Bishop of Rochester given notice that persons who propose to offer Delves for deawns at bis general will be held twice in the about Trinity Sunday and must communicate their intention to the bihop at least six months previously or to examining the Rev Rirharrt Bainurat vicar of Cbigwell Ir H not to have a title to oiders at that of the proceedings but the bishop requires that be gummed at least three months before the day intimated that he ob its admir to priests orderK dearons who have been red in other L t ibop of preached rhe first time his lordship has the pulpit of this parish since rhe annexe or rhs xotinty ro his the circumstance u most crowded oriKreiri wboap pAred with ihe right reverend fares appropriate to the His lord K teu he 5th 28 wirt J9 is nuning in rhe which that in O Sundny the bear his and shall unto resurrertion torlb ot life a rt that havdw evil unto the come resur A bee in Aberdeen of some wruer CItVf Kirf theol Burn me piece of in the shape of a handsomely chased The juvenile members of the congrega tion also have presented to their pastor a pocket communion service The gentleman has accepted the incumbency of An extraordinary exhibition was made on Sunday in Johns The interior of the chapel was dressed with and other tawdry ornaments and even thecommunion of course for the administration of the Holy Sacrament not exempt from the profanation glass vases were placed oh the and a decked and covered with stood in the The bishop who was testified his displeasure by removing the vases with his own and we understand be legal proceedings to be instituted Western A meeting of the members of the Established Church in the parish of was held in the School on when a petition to the bishop was against certain changes re cently introduced into the Church service by the Rev Lucius We understand that twentythree belong ing to parishes on the line from Bristol to Weston superMare have joined in a memorial to the Board of Dnectors of the Great Western Railway on the jeet of Sabbath and with pai ticular refer ence to the running of goods trains pn the Lordsday AM OMINOUS NAME new seamans floating chapel now opened in Bristol is called the an old ship of war which has seen some This IhSfh 6 when men shal beat their swords into pruning con version of a lineofbattle ship into floating he only thunders with which it will in future rever the proceedings or the parish vestry held that the the William Wil one of the minor on the part of the dean and made the disclaimer agreed and added that the clergy generally were willing to believe that the churchwardens were not actuated by any illwill towards them and that in case these gentlemen were the clergy would be willing to act with them in a spirit of harmony and general James in making a simi lar and authorised on behalf of the church added that beyond the subject of the election churchwardens nothing connected with parochial and ecclesiastical matters had passed be tween the chapter and the He that after the statement of the he must express his belief that a more cordial feeling was likely to exist between the two bodies and he was satisfied if a friendly cooperation could take place be tween it would be the most satisfactory arrange ment that could be entered both for the clergy and the We may add that the meeting appeared much gratified with the especially with that which relieved the churchwardens from the imputations understood to have been cast upon them by the and the meeting reelected them by a unanimous and with every demonstration of satisfactionMan chester will realise be to llw lof and useful ro iiiariiid A L M INTELLIGENCEOn Fri day the 29rh the Bishop of on the pre sentation of his Excellency the was pleased to institure the Henry George Todd to the rectory and parish church of Anthony and Patrick in the inland of The Bishop at an ordination held this day in the Chapel bchoulroom from 1 Take heed unto and unto the and afterwards admitted Mvym Osmond late of College James Robert and Ferdinand Alfred to the holy office of deaconsWeekly Ad NARROW ESCAPE FROM SUFFOCATION IN A Sunday during the morning service at KOWICK a young ludy was observed to be in a fainting and the same symptoms almost im mediately afterwards affected gibers of the congrega to the number about They were con veyed into the open air and to the adjoining and after some time and trouble they all recovered apparently suffered severely from incipient It was found on investigation that the occurrence was caused by the sulphureous va pour evolved in the process of combustion from the coke used for the purpose of warming The Dn Dean of has been elected a trustee of the British in the room of the late Duke of DEATH op THE Rjseroa OF Rector of died at bis Bath where be had been for the benefit of his on Borritt had not been Jong at having succeeded the late The presentation to the living lies in the Dick enson who obtained it by intermarriage with the Trotmans of friends of the on quitting the curacy of the arduous duties of which he has for many years past discharged with zeal and have pre sented him with two memorials the a gold together with a purse containing a considerable over plus of contributions from parishioners and members of bis congregation the a Bible and Prayer with an inscription in beautifully from the Sunday school children under his superin THB PROTESTANT CHURCH AND THE CURATES Lord Lieutenant and the Privy have disappropriated three parishes from the living of diocese of Cloyne have transferred their revenues to the Ecclesiastical Com instead of making them a separate benefice under a new In two of these parishes there are several Protestant The rectory of Wanworth has been presented by the bishop of the diocese to the John the rector of Yougbal and the laborious trre William succeeds Aldworth at Both these appointments reflect the highest credit on the Bishop has been deservedly called the Curates1 from the number of old and deserving curates who have been promoted during bis urew baa been more than twenty years u licensed curate in the diocese of CloyneDublin THP in the went Riding of Yorkshire prior to required to take the as a qualification to obtain a as appears by the following entry in the pro ceedings of Pontefract 16tb 1683 it may suffice that alehouse keepers have received the sacrament within twelve months last in order to have licenses granted to notwithstanding the order at Doncaster in January last to the in regard that many of them had but notice thereof   

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