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Paxesaannera.—The Rev. C. Simpson, M.A. vicar of East Drayton, Notts, sap domestic chaplain to Lord Faversham, to the Rectory of Teversal, Notts. The Lead 111' of Gloucester has been pleased to appoint the Rev. W. S.

Phillips, S.D., Minister of St. John's Church, Cheltenham, and late Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Oxford, one of his Lordship's Chaplains. The Rev. John Davidson, MA., late of Queen's College, Cambridge, has been in- stituted by the Bishop of Bath and Wells to the vicarage of East Harptree, Somer- set, on the presentation of the Rev. Henry Parsons. prebendary thereof.

The Rev. G. Ward, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge, rector of Hope Begot, Salop, has been appointed chaplain to the East India Company on the Bengal establishment.

Rev. T. 0. Parr, M.A. Priest Vicar of Lichfield Cathedral, to the Perpetual Curacy of St. Michael's In that city. Patrons, Dean and Chapter of Lichfield.

Rev. C. F. Millard, B.A. to the Vicarage of Sedgeford, Norfolk. Patrons, Dean and Chapter of Norwich.

Rev. C. H. Luteridge, B.A. to the Perpetual Curacy of St. Paul, Huddersfield. Patron, the Vicar.

Rev. Canon Underwood to the Vicarage of Upton Bishop, Herefordshire, vacant by the death of Canon Russell. Rev. Canon Clutton to the Vicarage of Lugwnrdine, in the same county, vacant by the resignation of Canon Underwood; also to the NVardenship of St. Ethelbert'a Hospital, Hereford, vacant by the death of C mon Russell. Canon Clutton resigns the Vicarage of Sydney, Gloucestershire.

The Rev. Wm. Knight, M.A. of Balliol CoJege, Oxford, is presented to the Per- petual Curacy of St. James's, Myton. Patron, the Vicar of Kingston-upon-Hull. The Rev. Stephen Cragg, M.A. of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, is appointed Curate of the new Church at Ilford, Essex. Patron, the Vicar of Barking.