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honour of D.D. by diploma, and that they are persuaded that the conferring
this honour on him will be CONTENTS.-No 135.
of service to the Church of England in North America.
I therefore give my consent, &c., ut supra, NOTES:-Honorary Oxford Degrees, 61—'Essay towards the
LITCHFIELD. Primitive Language,' 62-Knowledge for the People, 63'Summa' of St. Thomas Aquinas - Byron, Shelley, and
Hill Street, May 21, 1770. Keats-Leather Coins-Names ending in “ Daughter" Scrutinio habito placuit majori parti Convocationis Ruling Passion strong in Death, 64-A Lady an Overseer- hisce literis consentire, Hebridean Saperstition-Long Tenure of Vicarage-Clergy and Religion-officious and Official-St. Paul's, 65-Nynd- Mr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen,-It has been old Ships Volunteers, 1745-Mandevile—Anythingarians, represented to me that the Reverend John Breynton, Japanese Furniture-Leal, 66.
missionary at Halifax, in Nova Scotia, has been recomQUERIES :-Diddle, 66" Turning up his eyes,"&c— The mended to the University by the Archbishops of CanterThatcher'-Linnæus-Derrick Carver-Nerot's Hotel - The Toby-Spark-Rubens, 67— Freiburg-Arms of Dunkirk- bury
and York, and the Bishops of London, Durham, Grange-Anne Trelawney - Armorial-Information regard- and Winchester, as a person highly deserving to obtain ing Poem - Cardinal Adam— From Oxford to Rome'- the honour of the degree of D.D. by diploma, and that Cayenne-Date of Book, 68-James Family-Calasirian- they are persuaded the conferring this honour on him Lord Fanny - Royalist and Cromwellian Colours - King will be of service to the Church of England in North James's Lords-Theatrical Print - Plate - Accusative in America, I therefore give my consent, &c., ut supra, Italian-Authors Wanted, 69.
LITCHFIELD. REPLIES :- House of Stewart, 69-Lot - Roman Marriage Laws, 70-Seven Clerical Orders -- Piastre-Vernon, 71–
Hill Street, May 21, 1770. Tenemental Bridges-Mayflower-Longevity of Middle Child Scrutinio habito, placuit majori parti Convocationis
- Lease for 999 Years--First Pumping Engine Company, 72 bisce literis consentire. -Henry IV. and Mary de Bohun-Animal Sacrifice - Letter of Mary Stuart, 73–Victor Hugo-Caschielawis-Garrick- Mr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen,- It has been Eliza Jane Conroy, 74-Baptismal Folk-lore-Kinsmen
represented to me that the Rev. Charles Inglis, Assistant St. Sophia-Waik : Wene : Maik-Macready, 75--NelsonTresbam-Customs of French Ladies - "Vinaigre des Quatre Minister of Trinity Church in New York, author of an Voleurs "-John Clayton, 76–Marriage of the Clergy-Name Essay on Infant Baptism, and of the Vindication of the of Artist Wanted-Church Steeples, 77—Rev. N. Mason- Bishop of Landaff's sermon before the Society for the Heraldic- Manufacture of Pewter, '78—" It is not every Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, is, both on lady," &c., 79.
account of his learning and firm attachment to the NOTES ON BOOKS:-Harrison's 'Catalogue of the London Church of England, worthy of the honour of being adLibrary'--Anglo-Jewish Publications.
mitted to the degree of M.A, by diploma. I therefore Notices to Correspondents, &c.
give my consent that it be proposed in Convocation to
I am, &c., ut supra,
Hill Street, May 15, 1770.
ON NEW ENGLAND CLERGY IN THE EIGH. hisce literis consentire.
It is noticeable that we have here the first sign (Concluded from p. 4.)
of a difference of opinion as to the conferring of Mr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen,-Whereas it these honorary degrees, which was probably caused has been represented to me that the Reverend Miles by the growing bitterness of the American political Cooper, Master of Arts, Fellow of Queen's College, intended to proceed regularly to his academical degrees, question. There was, we see, an actual vote taken. but being appointed President of the College and
Presi- | The Convocation which granted the degrees was dent of the Convention of the Clergy in New York, is held on March 26; but Mr. Samuel Forster, the thereby prevented from attending personally to perform Registrar, contrary to previous practice, has not bis exercises ; and whereas it is bumbly requested in his inserted in the register any copies of the diplomas behalf (on account of his great distance from the Uni- themselves. With respect to Byles see Allibone's versity, the dignity of his station, and the importance both to learning and religion of the employments in Dict. Inglis, created D.D. in 1778 (see post), which he is engaged) the degree of Doctor in Civil Law was afterwards the first bishop of Nova Scotia. (for which he is of full standing) may be conferred on A strongly worded address to the king on the him by diploma; to this his request I give my consent, rebellion in America, which ended, however, with and am, Mr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen,
a prayer that when it had been subdued the Your affectionate friend and servant,
royal mercy might be “displayed in the pardon
LITCHFIELD. of a people who have forfeited their lives and Hill Street, Feb. 19, 1767.
fortunes to the justice of the state," passed ConThe diploma is dated Feb. 25. For a notice of vocation on_ct. 26, 1775. On July 3, 1776, Cooper see Allibone's ‘Dictionary.'
Mr. Thomas Hutchinson, the Governor of MassaMr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen, - It has been chusetts, and Stephen Oliver, Chief Justice of representod to me that the Reverend Mather Byles, that province, were, in person, created Doctors in missionary of the Society for Propagating the Gospel Civil Law. at Christ Church, New England, has been recommended
Convocation held Dec. 15, 1777:to the University by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, and the Bishops of London, Durham, and Win- Mr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen,-It has been chester, as a person highly deserving to obtain the represented to me that the Reverend Charles Inglis, Rector of New York, has been recommended to the Uni. At a Convocation held on Feb. 25, 1778, the versity by the testimony of the Archbishops of Canter. degree refused to Charles Inglis in the preceding bury and York, and the Bishops of London and Oxford, as a person highly deserving to obtain the honour of year was at length granted, upon a renewed letter D.D. by diploma, and that they are persuaded that the from the Chancellor, which referred to his literary conferring this honour on the said Charles Inglis would and theological merits, although still not without at this time be serviceable to the cause of Religion, and a division :peculiarly useful to the Church of England in America. I therefore give my consent that it be proposed in Con
Mr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen,-It having been vocation to confer the degree of D.D. by diploma on the represented to me that the Rev. Charles Inglis, M.A., above gentleman.
I am, &c., ut supra,
Rector of New York, author of an Essay on Infant NORTH.
Baptism, and of the Vindication of the Bishop of LanDowning Street, Dec. 3, 1777.
daff's sermon before the Society for the Propagation of
the Gospel in Foreign Parts, is, both on account of his Scrutinio babito, non placuit majori parti venerabilis learning and from attachment to the Church of England, domus hisce literis consentire.
worthy of the honour of being admitted to the degree of Mr. Vice-Chancellor and Gentlemen, -It has been sent that it be proposed in Convocation to confer the
Doctor in Divinity by diploma, I therefore give my conrepresented to me that the Rev. Samuel Seabury, Rector degree of D.D. by diploma on the above gentleman. of West-Chester in the province of New York, has been
I am, &c., ut supra, recommended to the University by the Archbishops of
NORTH, Canterbury and York, and the Bishops of London and
Downing Street, Feb. 18, 1778. Oxford, as a person highly deserving to obtain the honour of the degree of D.D. by diploma, and that they are per
Scrutinio habito, placuit venerabili cætui hisce suaded that the conferring this bonour on the said literis consentire. Samuel Seabury at this time would be serviceable to the
Diploma (&c.]. cause of Religion, and peculiarly useful to the Church of
Cum omnium intersit quicunque humani generis ve England in America. I therefore give my consent that it be proposed in Convocation to confer the degree of D.D. antecellunt ii præ cæteris peculiari quadam honoris
ornamento vel felicitati consulunt, ut qui cæteros virtute by diploma on the above gentleman,
I am, &c., ut supra,
tessera insigniantur; Cumque vir reverendus Carolus NORTH,
Inglis, Verbi divini juxta ritum Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ Downing Street, Dec. 11, 1777.
apud Americanos Minister (quem ab omni tempore
sanctissimum officium doctrina et moribus honestâsse Scrutinio habito, placuit majori parti Convocationis certissime compertum habentes, Magisterio in Artibus hisce literis consentire.
jamdudum ornavimus), nuper in summo discrimine With reference to Seabury, afterwards 80 well egregiam Christianæ fidei et fortitudinis laudem reknown as the first American bishop, it is worth conjuratos Regis et Ecclesiæ hostes vindex et propug.
portavit, patriæ oppressæ pietatisque labefactatæ contra while to transcribe the diploma at length :- nator strenuus: Nos igitur, Cancellarius, Magistri, et
Diploma tonoris Bequentis lectum erat, et in Scholares antedicti (ut omnibus, quantum in nobis est, decreto Venerabilis Domus communi Universitatis exemplar tam illustre palam ad imitandum proponatur) sigillo munitum.
in frequenti Doctorum et Magistrorum senatu......[&c., Cancellarius, Magistri, et Scholares Universitatis as in the preceding diploma, mutatis mutandis). Oxoniensis, Omnibus ad quos præsentes literæ per. This was the last honorary degree conferred venerint, salutem in Domino sempiternam.
before the final separation of the colonies from Cum non minus ad justitiam quam ad virtutis ex: the mother country. On May 21 in the same istimationem pertineat, ut viri quorum insigniora in Rempublicam merita Academicis innotuerunt, ab iisdem year the degree of B.A. was allowed to Rev. utcunque rerum et loci discreti probitatis suze com- Thomas Gwatkin, of Jesus College, who had mendationem et præmium quoddam singulare, con- been ordained priest by the Bishop of London sequantur : Cumque vir reverendus Samuel Seabury, in 1767, “and appointed by him to the ProEcclesiæ Anglicanæ apud Americanos presbyter (quem doctrina et moribus ignem Verbi Divini ministerio fessorship of Mathematicks and Natural Philosumma cum laude nunquam non vacasse honorifico ad- sopby in the College of William and Mary in modum testimonio plenissimo compertum habemus), Williamsburgh, in the province of Virginia, in sævientibus nuper fanaticorum hominum intemperiis, which office be continued from the year 1769 to contra seditio808 piarum fraudum artifices, a partibus 1775," but had now returned to the University, Regis et Ecclesiæ vera fide et fortitudine stetit incon- and proposed to proceed regularly to the degree cussâ: Nos igitur, Cancellarius, Magistri, et Scholares antedicti, causæ tam eximiæ testimonium lubenter of M. A.
W. D. MACRAY. tribuentes, in frequenti Doctorum et Magistrorum Benatu, die Decembris decimo quinto annoque Salutis millesimo septingesimo septuagesimo septimo, præfatum
AN ESSAY TOWARDS THE PRIMITIVE reverendum virum Samuelem Seabury Doctorem in 8. Theologia apud nos Oxonienses renunciavimus et con
LANGUAGE.' stituimus, eumque virtute prægentis diplomatis singulis I possess, I believe, a somewhat rare little 12mo. juribus, privilegiis et honoribus ad istum gradum quaqua book entitled 'An Historical Essay Endeavoring a pertinentibus frui et gaudero jussimus. In cujus rei Probability That the Language of the Empire of testimonium sigillum Universitatis commune quo in hac China is the
Primitive Language.' It was written parte utimur, præsentibus apponi fecimus.
Datum in domo nostra Convocationis die annoque by “John Webb of Butleigh, in the County of prædictis.
Somerset, Esquire.” The title - page bears the