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purposes to which they were devoted. In of 1,3001, having thas arisen, it is due to this, the advocates of a less enlightened the incumbent and churchwardens that religion had displayed a zeal which those immediate measures be taken for relieving who boasted of a purer faith might have them from the heavy responsibility which done well to avoid. He could not exactly they have incurred. – That a further comprehend the arguments of those who general subscription be therefore entered could oppose the development of their ac- into and appeals for assistance be made to quirements to their fullest extent in the all who value the work of church restoraservice of Him from whom they derived tion. And a committee was formed for their talents. On that ground he would carrying all the requisite arrangements encourage the taste for decorations, whe- into effect, with a request that they would ther external or internal. Who could be associate with themselves such other genhold without gratification the finest speci- tlemen as might be desirous of co-operatmens of art, whether architectural oring with them. It was also determined to pictorial, or regard without pleasure the hold another meeting on Saturday next, to productions of the painter or the sculptor, arrange the method of operation.-Bury and not feel that religion had patronised Herald. these sister arts? There was he admitted,

SURREY. an antiquated objection to such decora- KINGSTON-UPON-RAILWAY.—The nex tions, because they had formerly been the Church erected in this rapidly increasing objects of superstitious worship. In a pre- place was consecrated by the Lord Bishop vious age, when men's minds were under of Winchester on Friday, May 2. the control of superstition, when they were enslaved by the priesthood, such an

WARWICKSHIRE. argument might have had some weight;

It has been resolved to erect additional but in the present more enlightened era wings to the Qaeen's Hospital, Birmingthere was little foundation for such appre

ham, to contain eight wards, for the achensions. The friends of the Protestant

commodation of fifty beds. The Rev. Church might now look without danger Dr. Warneford, with his usual manifi. upon what had been once dangerous, and cence, has given the sum of 500l. towards they should have no sympathy with the

no sempathy with the the expense. spirit which went forth as the destroyer of

WORCESTERSHIRE. all that was beautiful. In fact, the restora- WORCESTER.–At the last quarterly tion of churches was the restoration of Pro- meeting of the committee of the Church testantism, not of Popery. Of Protestant Building Society; present,—The Rev. E. ism they might say with Luther—"that it w. Ingram, Hon. and Rev. J. Fortescue, would be well to any external ideas, in order Reverends H. J. Stevenson, J. D. Simpthe more vividly to impress spiritual truths son, T. L. Wheeler, and J. Pearson ; upon the mind."

H. B. Tymbs, Esq. and H. Eginton, Ameeting was held on Monday, the 12th Esq., consulting architects to the society; of May, at the Guildhall, in this town, con- the Rev. W. H. Havergal was elected a vened by the subscribers and friends for the member of the committee in the place of restoration of St. Mary's Church, for the the Rev. W. J. Phillpotts, who has left purpose of considering the best measures to the diocese. A conditional grant of 150l. be adopted for raising the deficiency of the was made towards repairing the church of funds; James Borton, Esq. in the chair; Holy Cross, Pershore, if the plan prowhen the following resolutions were unani. posed by Mr. Egerton be carried out, mously carried :-That the best thanks of whereby more than 100 additional free the subscribers and parishioners are due to sittings would be obtained. At the meetthe rev. incumbent and the church wardens ing of the Diocesan Board of Education ; for the assiduous attention bestowed by present, the Right Hon. Lord Littleton, them upon the works during their pro- the Hon. and Rev. Canon Fortescue, the gress, and for the correct taste and judg. Rev. Canon Wood, &c.; the annual rement' by which the works have been port, with a digest of the report of the Indirected. — That extensive dilapidations spectors of Schools for the last year, was and defects have been discovered after the read by the secretary, the Rev. H. J. commencement of the works, the sum of Hastings, and agreed to. David Thomas 1,700l., voted by the vestry, became greatly was elected an exhibitioner; and a plan inadequate to the necessary reparations, for assembling schoolmasters and inisand the voluntary subscriptions have fallen tresses for instruction during the harvest far short of the amount required for the month was adopted, provided a suitable proper restoration of so magnificent a number of persons should be found to church; and that a deficiency of upwards avail themselves of it.

INDEX TO VOL. XXVII.

ORIGINAL PAPERS, CORRESPONDENCE, AND POETRY.

A. H., on the lives of the saints, 35

bishop, legate or cardinal, king, or queen,
Answers to queries, 263

as anciently used in the cathedral church of
Arnold, Rev. Dr., on the opinions of the late, St. Patrick, Dublin, J. H. T., 257
394

F. R. B. on the late Dr. Arnold's two ser-
Arnold, the late Dr., two sermons on pro mons on prophecy, 501
phecy, 501

Gradivus and Serapis, Rev. W. B. Winning

on, 39
ANTIQUITIES, &c., 135, 490
Cowell, account of Dr. John, 135

Griffiths, Rev. J., on the peculiarities of Cul-
Queries and directions, intended as a guide

deeism, 25, 141
for the systematic arrangement of topo-
graphical notes or communications, 490

Hagiology, modern, No. 3, 1 ; No. 4, 105;

No.5, 225; No. 6, 345; No. 7, 465 ; No. 8,
B, on fasting, 392

585

Hearn, Rev. Mr., on the Mau of Sin, 378, 605
C., on the occasional services of the reign of
queen Elizabeth, 166

Irish system of national education, on the, 381,
Church in Newfoundland, the, 614

No. 2, 607
Clergy, the, and the middle classes, J. B. S.,
on, 374, 508

J. B. S. on the clergy and the middle classes ;
Clericus Hibernicus on the Maynooth question, 374, 508
601

Jewish reform at home and abroad, 619
Clerus, on parochial intercourse with the J. H.T., ordo ad faciendo decanum, 154
middle and lower classes, 602

J. O. W. II., a project for peace, 259; on
Colonial church, some notices of the early, 17; | fasting, 31; on vestiges of creation and its

New York, 121; New Jersey; Pennsylvania, answers, 521

241, 361, 481
C. S. B. on Mr. Oakeley's letter on the rubric, L. D. R., on fasting, 513
261

Lives of the saints, A. 1.,on, 35
Culdeeism, the peculiarities of, Rev. J. Grif Lunatics, on the religious condition of, Pres.
fiths on, 25

byter on, 514
E. H., notices of the colonial church, 17, 121, Maitland, Rev. S. R., on mystical interpreta-

241, 361, 481; on the queen's letter ia tion, 495
behalf of the Society for the Propagation Mars Silvanus, 152
of the Gospel, 393

Maynooth question, Clericus Hibernicus on

the, 601
Fasting, B. on, 392 ; questions relating to, 31; M. J. M., on the dimensions of Solomon's

L. de R., on, 513; R. W. H., on, 159, 390, temple, 262
512; reply to L. de R., 253

Modern Hagiology, No. 3, 1; No. 4, 105;
Form for the admission of a dean and canons, No. 5, 225; No. 6, 345; No. 7, 465; No. 8,
anciently used in St. Patrick's Cathedral, 585
Dublin, lõ4

Mystical interpretation, Rev. S. R. Maitland
Form for the reception of an archbishop, on, 501
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Oakeley, Mr., his letter on the rubric, C. S. B. ; R. D., on the church in Newfoundland, 614
on, 261

R. W. H., on fasting, 390, 512
Offertory, the, F. B. W. on, 37

Sacred music, P. on, 164
Ordo ad faciendum decanum, J. H. T.on, 155 Services, occasional, of the reign of Queen Eliza
Oxford movement, the, circular letter of the beth, 166

Bishop of Exeter, Theta Lancastriensis on, Scripture text books, P. on, 255
161

Solomon's temple, M. J. M. on the dimensions

of, 262
Parochial intercourse with the middle and
lower classes, 602

Theta Lancastriensis on the Oxford movement,
Peace, a project for, J. O. W. H., 259

161
P. on sacred music, 164; on scripture text: Todd, Rev. Dr., on Rev. Mr. Hearn on the
books, 255

Man of Sin, 378
Presbyter on the religious condition of lunatics, Triquetra, the, R. B. on, 36
514

| Vestiges of creation and its answers, J.O.W.H.
Queen's letters in behalf of the Society for the on, 521

Propagation of the Gospel, F. H. on the,
398

Winning, Rev. W. B., on Gradivus and Sera-
Queries, answers to, 263

pis, 39; Mars Silvanus, 152

Worthey, Rev. C., answer to queries, 263
R. B., on the Triquetra, 36

NOTICES AND REVIEWS.

Anderson, Rev. James S. M., History of the

church of England in the Colonies, and
Foreign dependencies of the British empire,
623

Best, Hon, and Rev. S., reasons why we should

not revise the liturgy, 623
Book of Common Prayer, illuminated, part I.,

623
Bosanquet, S. R.: Vestiges of the Natural

History of Creation, 404
Bowman, H.: Ecclesiastical Architecture of

Great Britain, 404
Brooks, Rev. J. H. : Choral Service of the

Church, as used in the chapel of St. Philip,

Stepney, 532
Calcutta, Bishop of: Expository Lectures on

St. Paul's Epistle to the Colossians ; being
an attempt to apply the apostle's argument
respecting the errors on the subject of the
mediation of Christ at Colosse to the present

circumstances of the church, 623
Cotton, Ven. Archdeacon : Fasti Ecclesiæ

Hibernicæ, 534
Drummond, Henry, Esq. : Letter on the Pay-

ment of the Roman-catholic clergy, to Sir

Robert H. Inglis, Bart., M.P.; 622
Dusatory, Rev. F. : Twenty Sermons, suitable

to the times, on the first part of the Book of

Common Prayer, 405
Eden, Rev. Robert : Church man's Theological

Dictionary, 401

Faber, Rev. F. W.: The Rosary, and other

poems, 534
Guest, Lady Charlotte : The Mabinogion ;

with an English translation, and Notes, 531
Harrington, Rev. E. C. : The object, import-

ance, and antiquity of the Rite of Consecra-

tion of Churches, 534
Lathbury, Thomas: A History of the Non-

jurors, their controversies and writings;
with remarks on some of the rubrics in the

Book of Common Prayer, 405
Macray, W. D.: Manual of British Historians

to A.D. 1600; containing a chronological
account of the early chroniclers and monkish
writers, their printed works and unpub-

lished MSS., 408
Maitland, Rev. S. R. : An index of such

English books printed before MDC. as are
now in the archiepiscopal library at Lambeth,

532
Manual of Prayers for the Liturgy, arranged

for family use, 532
Ogilvie, Rev. Dr. C. A. : Considerations on

Subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles,
submitted to the serious attention of candi.

dates for holy orders, 623
Pott, J. H.: Reflections on the Testimonies of

St. Paul, with reference chiefly to the holy
eucharist, 405

Prayers for the Dead, for the use of members of

the church of England, 533
Preston, Theodore, M.A.: pb The Hebrew

text, and a Latin version of the Book of

Solomon, 528
Prideaux, Dr. Humphry: Old and New

Testament corrected, 404
Rimbault, E. F.: Cathedral Chants of the

16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, 535
Smith, Rev. Sidney : Fragment on the Irish

Roman-catholic church, 534
Stephens, A. J.: The Statutes relating to the

ecclesiastical and eleemosynary institutions
of England, Wales, Ireland, India, and the
colonies; with the decisions thereon, 622

Stewart, C. J.: Catalogue of Theological

Books, 624
Todd, Charles H., Esq., LL.D. : Act for the
more effectual application of charitable
donations and bequests in Ireland, with

explanatory notes, 520
Warter, John Wood, B.D.: The Teaching of

the Prayer-book, 405
Whewell, Dr. W.: Indications of the Creator,

404
Williams, Rev. John: Ecclesiastical An-

tiquities of the Cymri, 41
Williams, Rev. Gii The Holy City; or his-

torical and topographical notices of Jeru.
salem, 528

MISCELLANEA.

Cambridge Camden Society, proposed dissolu-

tion of the society, meeting, 282
Emigration to Canada, on, 285
Hale, Ven. Archdeacon, Extracts from a charge

addressed to the clergy at the Visitation,

April 29, 1845, 631
Oakeley, Rev. F. his letter on the rubrical

question, 167
Profitable employment of the able-bodied poor,

Rev. R. Bradley on, 411
Pusey, Dr., letter from, on the proposed theo-

logical test at Oxford, 53

Redcliffe church, Bristol, on the restoration of,

624
Salisbury, Bishop of, extracts from a charge

of, 635
Testimonial to the Bishop of Fredericton, 625
Thorney Island at Tout le Champs, William

Bardwell, Esq. on, 406
Tothill-street, etymology of, 631
Ward, Mr., case of, 48; meeting of the heb-

domadal board, 295

DOCUMENTS.

Abinger, Lord, opinion of, on the grant to May. | Births, deaths, and marriages, sixth annual
nooth, 537

report of the registrar-general, 445, 538
Address of the clergy of the diocese of Kildare Bishop of the united church of England and

to the Lord Archbishop of Armagh, 639 Ireland in Jerusalem, instructions given by
America, summary and comparative view of the King of Prussia with respect to the
the church, 641°

establishment of, 546
Armagh, Archbishop, letter from bis grace to Burial certificates, Law regarding, 544

the Marquis of Downshire on uniformity in
the celebration of divine service, 544

Cambridge Camden Society, report of meeting

of, 55
Beer-shop act, letter addressed by G.V. Drury, Cambridge university, the representatives of,

Esq., on the, to the chancellor of the Ex. and their constituents, 652
chequer, 435

| Canterbury, Lord Archbishop of, letter ada

310

dressed to the clergy and laity of his province | Law:
by, 171

An act for marriages in Ireland, and for
Church Missionary Society, annual meeting, registering such marriages, 62
647

Arches court : Nurse v. Henslowe, refusal to
Clergy Orphan Corporation, annual court, bury, 58; Faulkner against Litchfield and

Stearn-the stone altar case, 311; Homer

and Bloomer o. Jones, as to the admissi-
Declaration of members of the convocation, bility of the articles in a proceeding against
and correspondence relating to, 310

a clergyman for incontinence, 248; the
Down, Connor, and Dromore, Bishop of, office of the judge promoted by Barnes
letter from to his clergy, together with cor against Shore, for performing divine ser-
respondence between the bishop and the vice in an unconsecrated chapel, 661
lord primate relative to the celebration of Bluck against Rackham, for non-residence,
divine service, 549

448
Dwellings for the poor, 57

Bluck o. Rackham, appeal against penalty

for non-residence, 662
Ecclesiastical commission, Ireland, abstract of Burial service in the church yards, right of
the annual report, 644

the dissenting ministers to perform the,
Ecclesiastical commissioners for England, pa case submitted by Rev. T. S. Grimshawe,

tronage of new districts under Sir Robert and Dr. Lushington's opinion, 658
Peel's church endowment act, 6 and 7 Vic.

Consistory Court: Diocesan Court of In-
cap. 37; report of the estates committee re-

quiry ; Sheldrick v. Monckton, 449
specting the leasehold property vested in the

Court of Chancery, Dublin : the attorney-
commissioners, 643

general at the relation of George Mathews
Education in Ireland, address presented to the and others o. the Rev. Joseph Hutton and
Archbishop of Armagh from the dioceses of

others, 61
Down, Connor, and Dromore, on, 424;

Court of Common Pleas : Salkeld .
reply, 425; bill to enable her majesty to

Johnston, tithes, 663
epdow new colleges for the advancement of Court of Queen's Bench : the Queen o. the
- learning in Ireland, 648

Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the
Episcopal Fund, the, accounts issued by order University of Oxford, 659

of the house of lords, showing the intended Legal decisions : publication of poor rates,
average incomes of archbishops and bishops,

425
654

Marriages in Ireland, an act for, and for re-
Exeter, Bishop of, Letter from, to the Rev. J. gistering such marriages, 62
Armstrong, rural dean, 68; his letter to the

Notes of legal decisions, 66, 196, 425
clergy of his diocese, 69; letter addressed to Recovery of arrears of rent charge, 66
the clergy of the diocese of Excter, on the

Offertory, the, case submitted to, and opinion
observance of the rubric in the Book of of Dr. Phillimore on, 188
Common Prayer, 174

Offertory money at Trinity church, Mary-
Expenses of the apportionment under the

le-bone, case and opinion of Dr. Phillimore
Tithe Act, 196

on, 192

Pews in the parish church of Wellingborough,
Gloucester and Bristol, Bishop of, Letter ad.

case and opinion of Dr. Haggard respecting
dressed by, to the clergy of his diocese, on a

the, 540
special fund for church building, 311

Publication of poor rates, 656
Queen's Bench : Exeter College, Oxford, e.

Butler, Wyatt, and Walker, trespass on
Hurst, parish of, correspondence between the

claim for poor rate, 61
Bishop of Oxford and Mr. Cameron relating Titmarsh v. Chapman, refusal to bury, 59,
to, 185

319
Incorporated Society for Promoting the En- | Madras, Bishop of, circular of, to his clergy,

largement, Building, and Repairing of 178
Churches and Chapels, meeting, 293, 434, | Marriages in England, parliamentary return,
646

436
Inspection of poor rates, 428
Ireland, education of the poor in, address of the National education, Ireland, meeting in Dublin,
lord primate and bishops on, 180

on; address of forty noblemen and M. P.s to
Irish Charitable Bequest Act, the, 191 ; queries the Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and his

on the construction and opinion of the grace's reply, 291; address of the clergy of
attorney and solicitor-general for Ireland on, the diocese of Kilmore, 292
191

National education, correspondence between the

Lord Bishop of Meath and the government,
Jewish religion, a bill intituled an act for |

the relief of persons of the, elected to mu- | National Society, meeting of the, 435, 647
nicipal offices, 642

ed to, and opinion

437

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