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LIEUTENANTS OF COUNTIES.
IRISH BISHOPS, AND DEANS OF CATHEDRAL CHURCHES.
E. G. Hudson, A.M. Primate of all Ireland 1831 Rt. Hon. Richard Whatley, Dublin and 1831 Magee
Storich's Prank chann. She en:
trick's and Christ Church. D.D., Primate of Ireland.) Kildare .
James Gregory, A.M., Kil.
dare. Bishops. 1842 Rt. Hon. Edw. Stopford, D.D. Meath 1842 Dickenson Rich. Butler, Clonmacnoise. 1804 Lord R. P. Tottenham, D.D. Clogher. 1822 Jocelyn Hon. R. W. H. Maude, M.A.
W.Warburton, M.A,Elphin. Kilmore,Ar-2
R. Murray, D.D., Ardagh. 1812 John Leslie, D.D.
dagh, and 1819 French
Lord Fitzgerald, LL.D., Kil.
T. B. Gongh, M.A., Derry. 1828 Hon. Richard Ponsonby, D.D. (Dereinbheand?
Lord E. Chichester, Raphoe.
J.Armstrong, M.A., kilfruora fenora, llon1839 Lord Riversdale, D.D. .
fert, and kil
1839 Sandes T. Hawkins, D.D., Clonfert. (maeduagh
J. A. Bermingham, Kitmac
duayh. (Tuam, Kili?
Tuain. 1839 Hon. Thos. Plunket, D.D. lalu, and 1839 Trench J. Collins, D.D., Killala.
Edw. N. Horre, Achoury.
Leighlin. 1812 James T. O'Brien, D.D. .
H. Newland, D.D., Ferns. : Leiglilin
Charles Vignoles, D.D.,
(S. Adams, M.A., Cashel. 1842 Robert Daly, D.D..
U. Lee, D.D., Waterford. 1842 Sandes terford,and
Brabazon W. Disney, Emly.
(suspended), Lismore. Cork,Cloyne) 1848 Kyle
11. T. Newman, Cork. 1848 J. Wilson, D.D.
J. Stannus, M.A., Ross. and Ross S
Vise. Mountnorris, Cloyne. | Down, Conil
Theo. Blakeley, M.A., Down, 18 19 R. Knox, D.D.
1201, and 1818 Mant
Jolin Chaine, MA, Connor. Dromore ,
(Hot Waring, Dromore. Limerich,
A. L. Kirwan, Limerick. 18 19 Wm. Higgin, D.D.
Ardit, & 1849 Knox.
A. Irwin, A.M., Ardfert and
Aghadoc. The Bishop of Meath takes precedence of all other Bishops, and is a Privy Councillor in right of big
See; the rest take precedence according to priority of Consecration.
Losseries, and} 1842 Fowler
IRISH REPRESENTATIVE PRELATES FOR 1850.
Archbishop of Armagh, the Bishops of Derry, Limerick, and Down. Since the passing of the Act 3rd and 4th of his late Majesty, cap. 37, entitled “An Act to alter and amend the law relating to the temporalities of the Church of Ireland," nine Sees, in compliance with the 32nd section of that act, have been united to others, viz. :-- Waterford and Lisniore to Cashel and Emly; Killala and Schonry to Tuam; Clonfert and Kilmacduagh to Killaloe and Kilienora; Raphoe to Derry; Leighlin and Ferns to Ossory ; Cloyne to Cork and Ross; Kilmore to Elphinand 'Ardagh; Dromore to Down and Connor; and Kildare to Dublin.
BRITISH COLONIES AND SETTLEMENTS.
In room of.
1832 Turner, dec. Thomas Carr, D.D...
1836 See created. G. T. Spencer, D.D.
1837 Corrie, dec.
1842 Do, William Tyrrell, D.D.
1847 Do. Aug. Short, D.D.
1847 Do. Charles Perry, D.D.
New Zealand ... 1841 Do.
Jamaica, &c. .... 1849 Spencer, res.
Barbados & Lee- } 1842 Coleridge, res.
ward Isles.... D. G. Davis, D.D.
1842 See created. W.P. Austen, D.D...
1842 Do. G.J. Mountain, D.D.
1836 Stewart, dec. John Strachan, D.D.
1839 Sce created.
Nova Scotia .. 1825 Stanser, res.
Newfoundland.... 1844 A. G. Spencer, tr.
1842 See created. Robert Gray, D.D....
1849 See created.
Prince Rupert's ? 1849 Do.
GOVERNORS AND COMMANDERS.
St. Vincent.—Lieut.-Col. Sir John Camp-
Grenada.-Ker Baillie Hamilton, Lieut.Malta.-Richard More O'Ferral, Governor Governor. and Com.-in-Chief.
Tobago.—Major Lawrence Græme, Lieut.. Ionian Islands. -- Sir H. G. Ward, Lord Governor. High Commissioner.
Antigua, Montserrat, St. Christopher's, Heligoland.-Captain John Hindmarsh, Nevis, the Virgin Isles, and Dominica.--R.N., Lieut.. Gov.
Jas. Macaulay Higginson, Governor. America.
St. Christopheros.-R. J. Mackintosh, Lieut.Eastern and Western Canada, Nova Scotia, Governor.
New Brunswick, and Prince Edward's St.Lucia.-C. H. Darling, Lieut.-Governor. Island.--Earl of Elgin, Capt.-Gen. and Dominica.—Lieut.-Colonel G. M‘Donald, Governor-in-Chief.
Lieut.-Governor. Nova Scotia.-Major-Gen. Sir John Har. Trinidad. Lord Harris, Governor. vey, Lieut.-Governor.
Bermuda.--Capt. Chas. Elliott, R. N., Gov. New Brunswick.--Sir E. W. Head, Bart., British Guiana (Demerara, Essequibo, and Lieut.-Governor.
Berbice).-Henry Barkly, Governor. Prince Edward's Island. -- Sir Donald Honduras.-Col. Fancourt, Superintendent Campbell, Bt., Lieut.-Governor.
Africa. Newfoundland.--Lieut.-Col. Sir J. Gaspard Cape of Good Hope.-Major-Gen. Sir Henry
Le Marchant, Gov., and Com.-in-Chief. G. W.Smith,bart., Gov.and Com.-in-Chief. Falkland Islands.-G. Rennie, Governor Eastern Division of Cape of Good Hope. -and Com.-in-Chief.
H. E. F. Young, Lieut.-Governor. Auckland Islands-C.Enderby, Lieut.-Gov. Natal, South Africa. - Lieut.-Col. Boys, Vancouver Island-Rich. Blanshard, Gov. Lieut.. Governor. and Commander-in-Chief.
Mauritius.--Sir G. W. Anderson, Gov. West India Islands.
Sierra Leone.--- Norman Wm. Macdonald, Jamaica and Dependencies.—Sir Charles Capt.-Gen. and Governor-in-Chief.
Edw. Grey, Bart., Capt-Gen, and Gov. Gambia.—R. Graves M'Donnel, Gov. and Bahama Islands.-J. Gregory, Governor. Commander-in-Chief. Barbadoes, St. Vincent, Grenada, Tobago, &c. Gold Coast (settlements on the).-Wm. Win
- Col. Sir W.M.G. Colebrooke, Governor. niett, Com. R.N., Lieut.-Governor.
St. Helena.-Major-Gen. Sir Patrick Ross, St. George Tucker, 3 Francis Warden, Governor.
4 John Clarmont Whiteman, 4 Sir Hen. Asia.
Willock. Bengal.--Lieut.-Gen. Rt. Hon. Earl of Dal. housie, Com.-in-Chief,Gor-Gen.of India.
BANKERS IN LONDON. Madras.-Sir Henry Pottinger, bart. Gov. Agra and United Service Bank, Old Jewry Bombay.-Viscount Falkland, Gov.
Bank of Australasia, 8, Austin Friars Ceylon. --Viscount Torrington, Gov.
Bank of British North America, 7, St. Hong-Kong. - Samuel George Bonham, Helen's place
Governor and Superintendent of Trade. Bank of Ceylon, 32, New Broad-street Aden.-Capt. Haines.
Bank of North-western India, King's Labuan-James Brooke, Governor.
Barclay, Bevan, Tritton, and Co., 54,
Barnard, Dimsdale, Barnard, and Dims. Van Diemen's Land.- Wm. T. Dennison, dale, 50, Cornhill Lieut.-Governor.
Barnett, Hoares, & Co., 62, Lombard-st. Western Australia (Swan River).—Comm. Bauer (A.) and Co., 113, Leadenhall-st.
Charles Fitzgerald, R.N., Governor. Biggerstaff, W. and J. 8, West Smithfield Southern Australia. Sir H. F. Young, Bosanquet and Franks, 73, Lombard-street Lieut.-Governor.
Bouverie, Norman, and Murdoch, II, North Australia.-G. Barney, Lieut.-Gov. Haymarket New Zealand.-Geo. Gray, Gov.-in-Chief. British and Australian Bank, 21, Coleman
street BANK OF ENGLAND DIRECTORS. *
British and Colonial Bank and Loan ComGovernor-Henry James Prescott.
pany, 50, Moorgate-street Deputy-Thomas Hankey, Jun.
Brown, Janson, & Co., 32, Abchurch-lane Directors—Thomas Baring, Henry Wol. Call (Sir W. P. Bart.), Marten and Co.,
laston Blake, Henry Hulse Berens, Ar- 25, Old Bond-street
Cunliffe, Roger, 24, Bucklersbury
Denison, Heywood, Kennards, and Co., 4, Secretary-John Knight.
[lane Deputy-Secretary-John Bentley.
Dixon, Brooks, and Dixon, 25, Chancery.
Drewett and Fowler, 4, Princes-street, BRANCH BANKS OF THE BANK
Drummond, Messrs., 49, Charing Cross Birmingham - Bristol - Hull - Leeds
Feltham, John and Co., 42, Lombard-st. Liverpool - Manchester - Newcastle
Fullers and Co., 42, Moorgate-street upon Tyne -- Norwich -- PortsmouthPlymouth--Swansea--Leicester.
Glyn, Hallifax, Mills, and Co., 67, Lom
bard-street EAST INDIA COMPANY. *
Goslings and Sharpe, 19, Fleet-street Six Directors go out by rotation every year. The
Hanburys, Taylor, and Lloyds, 60, Lom. figure prefixed denotes the number of years
bard-street they have each to serve.
Hankeys and Co., 7, Fenchurch-street
Herries, Farquhar, Davidson, Chapman,
Hill, Chas., and Sons, 17, West Smithfield Deputy Chairman–3 John Shepherd. Hoare, Messrs., 37, Fleet-street 3 Henry Alexander, 2 Wm. Butterworth Hopkinson, Chas., and Co., 3, Regent-st.
Bayley, 4 Sir Robert Campbell, Bart., Ionian Bank, 6, Great Winchester-street 3 Major-General James Caulfield, 1 John Johnston, H., J. and Co., 15, Gt. Bush-lane Cotton, 4 William Joseph Eastwick, Jones, Loyd, and Co., 43, Lothbury 2 Russell Ellice, 4 Sir Jas. Weir Hogg, Jones and Son, 41, West Smithfield Bart., M.P., 2 Sir Rich. Jenkins, 1 John London and County Bank, 71, Lombard. Loch, 2 Ross Donnelly Mangles, M.P., street 2 John Masterman, M.P., 3 Hon. Wm. London and Westminster Bank, Lothbury; Henry Leslie Melville, 1 Charles Mills, 1, St. James-sq. ; 3, Wellington-st., Bo. 3 Major Jas. Oliphant, 1 William Henry rough; 214, High Holborn; 87, High Chicheley Plowden, M.P., 1 Hen. Shank, st., Whitechapel; and 4, Stratford-pl. 4 Lieut.-Col. Wm. Henry Sykes, 1 Hen. Oxford-st.
* The alterations in the Bank Direction, and in that of the East India Company, take place in April.
London Bank, 5, Princes-street, Bank, and Willis, Percival, and Co., 76, Lombard-st. 69, Pall Mall
Young, Chas., Allen, and Co., 6, Welling Lubbock (Sir J. W., Bart.), Forster, and ton-street, Southwark
Co., 41, Mansion House-street
Barron and Smith, 4, Upper Charles-st., National Provincial Bank of England, 112,
Westminster Bishopsgate-street Within
Sir E. R. Borough, Armit, and Co., LeinNational Bank of Ireland, 13, Old Broad-st. ster-street, Dublin National Security Bank, Sir C. S. Kirkpa
Cane, Rich. & Co., Dawson-st., Dublin trick, Bt., Dalrymple, Macgregor, Twigg, Codd, Messrs., 15, Fludyer-street and Co., 29, Gracechurch-street
Collyer, Geo., 9, Park-place, St. James's North-Western Bank of India, 62, Moor
Cox and Co., Craig's-court, Charing Cross gate-street
Downes, Charles, 14, Warwick-street, Oriental Bank, 7, Walbrook
Charing Cross Pocklington and Lacy, 60, West Smithfield
Hopkinson and Co., 3, Regent-street, Praed, Fane, Praed, and Johnston, 189,
Kirkland, Sir John, 80, Pall Mall Prescott, Grote, Ames, and Cave, 62,
Lawrie, John, 10, Charles-street, St. Threadneedle-street
Stoddart and M'Grigor, 17, Charles-street, Provincial Bank of Ireland, 42, Old Broad.
St. James's.square street
Watson, W. F., Charlotte-st., Portland-pl. Puget, Bainbridges, and Co., 12, St. Paul's Churchyard
NAVY AGENTS. Ransom and Co., 1, Pall Mall East
Barwis, W. H. B., 1, New Boswell-court, Robarts, Curtis, and Co., 15, Lombard- Carey-street street
Burneti and Wynne,, 22, Surrey-st., Strand Rogers, Olding, and Co., 29, Clement's- Case and Loudonsack, James-st., Adelphi lane, Lombard-street
Chard, W. & E., 3, Clifford's Inn, Fleet-st. Royal British Bank, Tokenhouse-yard Chippendale, John, 10,John-street, Adelphi Sapte, Banbury, Muspratt, and Co., 77, Collier and Snee, 6, New Inn, Strand Lombard-street
Cox and Son, (for Royal Marines, 44, Scott (Sir Samuel, Bart.), and Co., 1, Ca- Hatton-garden vendish-square
Dufaur, Fred., 13, Clement's Inn, Strand Smith, Payne, and Smiths, 1, Lombard-st. Goode and Lawrance, 15, Surrey-street, Smithfield Agency, and Banking Com- Strand pany, 59, West Smithfield
Halford and Co., 41, Norfolk-st., Strand South Australian, 54, Old Broad-st.
Hallet, Robinson,& Co., 14, Great George-st. Spooner, Attwoods, and Co., 27, Grace- Hinxman, J., 34, Soho-square church-street
Holmes and Folkard, 3, Lyon's Inn, Strand Stevenson, Salt, and Sons, 20, Lombard-st.
Muspratt, John P., 23, Abchurch-lane Strahan, Paul (Sir J. D. Bart.), Paul Ommanney, Son, & Co., 39, Charing Cross (J. D.), and Bates, 217, Strand
Slade, Wm., 21, Cecil-street, Strand Tisdall, T. G. 15, West Smithfield
Smith, Jos., 12, Marshall.st., Golden-sq. Twining, Richard, and Co., 215, Strand
Stilwell, J. G. & T., Arundel-st., Strand Union Bank of Australia, 38, Old Broad-st,
Woodhead, Joseph, 1, James-st, Adelphi Union Bank of London, 2, Princes-street,
Bank; Argyll-place, Regent-street; and There are also Agents for Petty 4, Pall Mall East
Officers and Seamen, who are licensed Williams, Deacon, Labouchere, Thornton, for a period of three years,-for whose and Co., 30, Birchin-lane
addresses see the Navy List.
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.
Elected. Richards, D.D., Rector of Exeter Chancellor -The Most Noble Arthur
College. The Rev. R. L. Cotton, Duke of Wellington, D.C.L., &c. 1834 D.D., Provost of Worcester Coll. High Steward-Right Hon. William Burgesses of the University - Sir R. Courtenay, Earl of Devon........ 1838
H. Inglis, Bt., D.C.L., Ch. Ch. 1829
Gladstone, Rt. Hon. W. E. Vice-Chancellor -- Rev. Fred. Chas.
1847 Plumptre, D.D., Master of Univer
Deputy High Steward-- Hon. John
Chetwynd Talbot, M.A. sity College
Curators of the Theatre-Benj. ParPro-Vice-Chancellors-- The Rev.Philip
sons Symons, D.D., Warden of Wynter, D.D., President of St.
Wadham College. Philip Wynter, John's College. The Rev. Benj. P.
D.D., President of St. John's Col. Symons, D.D., Warden of Wadham Curators of the University GalleriesCollege. The Rev. Jos. Loscombe
Rev, E. Cardwell, D.D.,Principal of
St. Alban Hall, Rev. Lewis Sneyd,
of New Inn Ilall
The Vice-Chancellor; the Proctors;
Fellow of Trinity.
Elected. University, Frederick Charles Plumptre, D.D., Master...
1836 Balliol, R. Jenkyns, D.D., Master 1819 Merton, R. Marsham,D.C.L., Warden 1826 Exeter, J. L. Richards, D.D., Rector 1838 Oriel, Edw. Hawkins, D.D., Provost 1828 Queen's, John Fox, D.D., Provost .. 1827 New College, David Williams, D.C.L., Warden ..
1840 Lincoln Coll., J. Radford, D.D.,Rector 1834 All Souls, L. Sneyd, M.A., Warden 1827 Magdalen, M.J. Routh, D.D., Pres. . 1791 Brasenose, R. Harington, D.D., Principal
1842 Corpus Christi, James Norris, D.D., President
1843 Christ Church, Thos. Gaisford, D.D.,
Regius Professor of Greek, Dean . 1831 Trinity, J. Ingram, D.D., President . 1824 St. John's, Philip Wynter, D.D., President
1828 Jesus, Hen. Foulkes, D.D., Principal 1817 Wadham, B.P., Symons, D.D., ViceChancellor
1831 Pembroke, Francis Jeune, D.C.L. 1843 Worcester, Rich. Lynch Cotton, D.D., Provost
1839 St. Mary Hall, Rev. Philip Bliss, D.C.L., Principal
1848 Magdalene Hall, J. D. Macbride, D.C.L., Principal
1813 New-Inn Hall, H. Wellesley, D.D., Principal
1847 St. Alban Hall, EdwardCardwell, D.D. 1831 St. Edmund Hall, Willm. Thompson, D.D., Principal
1843 Senior Proctor.-Rev. Hen. T. May,
M.A., Fellow of New College. ... 1849 Junior Proctor. - Rev. J. Cooper,
M.A., Fellow of Wadham College 1849 Examiners in Literis Humanioribus.
-Rev. M. Pattison, M.A., Fellow
et Physicis. -- Rev. Robt. Walker,
Elected. PROFESSORS. Regius Divinity. Rev. Wm. Jacobson, D.D.
1848 Reg. Past. Theol.-C.A.Ogilvie, D.D. 1842 Regius Hebrew.--Rev. E. Bouverie Pusey, D.D...
1828 RegiusGreek, -Rev.T.Gaisford, D.D. 1811 Reg.Civil Law.-J. Phillimore, D.C.L. 1809 Reg. Med.-J. Kidd, M.D., F.R.S., . 1822 Reg. Eccl. Hist.-- Roht. Hussey, B.D. 1849 Reg. Mod. Hist.-H. H.Vaughan, M. A. 1843 Reg. Bot.-C. G. B. Daubeny, M.D., F.R.S.
1834 Margaret Divinity--G.Faussett, D.D. 1827 Saville's Astron. - William Fishburn
Donkin, M.A., University Col. 1842 Radcliffe Observer.-Manuel John
Johnson, M.A., Magdalen Hall 1839 Sav.'s Geom.-B.Powell, M. A.,F.R.S. 1827 Natural Philosophy.—Rev. G. Leigh
Cooke, B.D., Corpus Christi Col. . 1810 Moral Philosophy.-Rev.J. Matthias
Wilson, M.A., Corpus Christi Col. 1846 Camden's Hist.-Edw.Cardwell, D.D.
Principal of St. Alban Hall. 1825 Laud's Arabic.-Stephen Reay, B.D. St. Alban Hall..
1840 Lord Almoner's Arabic.-J.D. Macbride, D.C.L.
1813 Experimental Philosophy.-Rev. R.
Walker, M.A., Wadham College. 1839 Lee's Anatomy.--Henry Wentworth Acland, M.A., All Souls
1844 Poetry.--Rev. J. Garbett, M.A., Bra
1842 Viner's Common Law. John R.Kenyon, D.C.L., All Souls Col.
1843 Lord Lichfield's Clinical Medicine.J.A. Ogle, M.D., F.R.S.
1824 Anglo-Saxon.-J. Earle, M.A., Oriel 1819 Aldrich's Anatomy.--Henry Went.
worth Acland, M.A., All Souls Coll. 1815 Aldrich's Medicine.-J.A.Ogle,M.D., F.R.S.
1824 Aldrich's Chemistry.-C. G. B. Daubeny, M.D., F.R.S...
1822 Mineralogy. Rev. W. Buckland, 1813 Geology.} D.D., F.R.S. 1818 Political Economy. – N. W. Senior, M.A., Magdalen College
1847 Rural Economy.-C. G. B. Daubeny, M.D., F.R.S..
1840 Boden Professor of Sanscrit.-Horace
Hayman Wilson, M.A., of Exeter
1832 Rcader in Logic.--- Rev. Hen. Wall,
M.A., Vice-Principal of St. Alban
1819 Professor of Music.--Sir H. R. Bishop, Knt., B.Mus.
1848 Choragus--S. Elvey, D. Mus.
1848 Dean Ireland's Exegesis of Holy
Scripture-Edwd. Hawkins, D.D.,
1847 UNIVERSITY OFFICERS. Pub. Orator.-Rev. Richd. Michell,
B.D., Vice-Principal Magd. Hall.. 1848 Keeper of Bodleian Library.-Rev. B. Bandinel, D.D.
1813 Under Librarians.-S. Reay, B.D., 1832
Rev. Henry Octavius Coxe, M.A.,