Sir Charles Manners Sutton was gazetted on Tuesday as Baron
Bottesford and Viscount Canterbury. Sir Charles Manners Sutton was gazetted on Tuesday as Baron Bottesford and Viscount Canterbury.
Sir Robert Peel has communicated to Professor Airy his Majesty's intention of allowing him an annuity of 3001. in consideration of the eminent services he has rendered the cause of science.
The valuable Prebend in the cathedral of Canterbury, vacant by the death of the late Earl Nelson, will not be filled up ; but, like the Pre- bend held by the Reverend Evelyn Sutton, reserved for application, according to the Ministerial plan of Church Reform.
Mr. Goulburn, son of the Home Secretary, occupies the first place on the classical Tripos at the Cambridge examination. Mr. Goulburn was Second Wrangler and Smith's Prizeman, and was about a twelve- month back elected University Scholar.