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ated. 1806 Granard George Forbes (E.of 1821 Gleniyon James Murray 1782

Granard, Ireland) 1760 1821 Maryborough Wm. W. Pule 11763! 1806 Crewe John Crewe 17421821 Oriel

T.H.Skeffington (E. 1806 Ponsonby John Ponsonby

Ferrard, Ireland) 1806 Ailsa A. Kennedy (E. of 1821 Stowell Wm. Seott

1745 Cassilis, Scotland) 1821 Ravensworth T. H. Liddell 1775 1806 Breadalbane John Campbell (E. 1821 Delamere Tb. Cholniondeley 1767

of Breadalb. Scot.) 1762 1821 Forester J. G. Forester 1801 1806 Gardner

A. H. Gardner 1810 1823 Bexley Nich. Vangittart 1766 1807 Manners T. M. Sutton 1756 18:21 Gifford

R. F. Gifford

1817 1-07 Gambier James Gambier 1756 1824 Penshurst P.C. S. Smythe (V. 1809 Hopetown and John Hope (E. of

Strangford, Irel'd) 1780 Nidry Hopetown, Ireld) 1803 1826 Tadcaster Wm. O'Brien (M. of 1814 Lynedock Th. Graham

1750

Thomond, (Irel'd) 1814 Hill

Rowland Hill 17721826 Somerhill U. J. de Burgh (M. 1815 Dalhousie George Ramsay (E.

of Clanicarde, Ire.) 1802 of Dalhousie, Scot.) 1770 1826 Wigan James Lindsay (E. 1815 Meldrum George Gordon (E.

of Balcarras, Scot.) 1784 of Aboyne, Scot.) 17611826 Ranfurly Th. Knox (V. North1815 Ross George Boyle (E. of

land, Ireland) 1754 Glasgow, Scot.) 1766|1826 Farnborough

Charles Long

1760 1815 Grinstead J. W. Cole (E. of 1826 De Tabley G. Leicester

1811 Enpiskillen, Irel'd) 1778 1826 Wharncliffe J. A. S. Mackenzie 1776 1815 Foxford E. H. Pery (E. of 1826 Feversham Ch. Duncombe 1764 Limerick, Ireland) 1758 1826 Seaford C. R. Ellis

1771 1815 Melbourne Wm. Lamb (V. of 1827 Lyndhurst

J. S. Copley,

1772 Melbourne, Irela) 1779 1827 Fife

James Duff (E. of 1815 Churchill F. A. Spencer

1779

Fife, Ireland) 1815 Harris

Wm. George Harris 17891827 Tenterden Charles Abbot 17621 1816 Prudhoe Alg. Percy

1792|1827 Plunket Wm. C. Plunket 1765 1817 Volchester Charles Abbot 1798||1827 Melrose Th. Hamilton (E. of 1821 Ker J. W.R. Ker (M. of

Haddington, Scot.) 1780 Lothian, Scot.) 1794 1828 Cowley H. Wellesley 1773 1821 Minster H. B. Conyngham 1828 Stuart de Roth(M. of Con., Ireld) 1766

say

Charles Stuart 1780 1821 Ormonde James N. Butler (M. 1828 Heytesburg Wm. A'Court 1779

of Ormonde, Irel'ci) 1773 1828 Roseberry A.J. Primrose (E. of 1821 Wemyss F.W.C. Douglas (E.

Roseberry, Scot.) 1783 of W. & M'ch, Sc.) 1772 1828 Clanwilliam Rich'd Meade (E. of 1821 Clanbrassill R. Jocelyn (E. of

Clanwilliam, Irel.) 1795 Roden, Ireland) 17881828 Durham J. G. Limbton 1792 1821 Kingston

George King (E. of 1823 Skelmersdale E. B. Wilbraham 1771

Kingston, Irel'd) 1771 1822 Wallace Th. Wallace 1821 Silchester Th. Pakenham, E.) 1829 Wynford Wm. D. Best

of Longforil, !rel'd) 1774

To obviate the difficulty of finding the names of those Scotch and Irish Peers, who sit in Parliament under English Titles, but who are not commonly addressed by them, the following List is subjoined. Aberdeen, E., see Gordon Donegal, M., see Fisherwick Hamilton, D., see Brandon Aboyne, É., Bee Meldrum Donoughmore, E., see Hutch. Kinnoul, E., see Hay Argyll, D., see Sundridge and inson

Londonderry, M., see Vane Hamilton

Down, V., see Dawnay Longford, E., see Silchester Atholl, D., see Strange Downshire, M., see Hillsbo Lothian, M., see Ker Balcarras, E., see Wigan rough

Middleton, V., see Brodrick Besborough, É., see Ponsonby Drogheda, M., see Moore Montrose, D., sce Graham Buccleugh, D., see Doncaster Eglinton, E., sce_Ardrossan Moray, E., see Stuart of CasCassilis, E., see Ailsa Egmont, E., see Lovell

tle Stuart Clanricarde, M., see Somerhill Ely, M., see Loftus

Roden, E., see Clanbrassil Clare, E. see Fitzgibbon Galloway, E., see Stewart of Shannon, É., see Castlebar Clifden, V., see Mendip

Garlies

Sligo, M., see Mounteagle Cork, É., see Boyle

Glasgow, E., sec Ross Strangford, V., see Penshurst Courtown, E., see Saltersford Gordon, D., see Norwich Waterford, M., see Tyrone Darnley, É., see Clifton Haddington, E., see Melroso

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1440 Forbes

J. O. Forbes 1452 Errol

Wm. G. Hay Carr 18011445 Saltoun & Aber. A. G. Fraser 1457 Morton G. S. Douglas

1789 1445 Gray

Francis Gray 1606 Home A. H. Ramey

1769 1489 Sinclair Ch. St. Clair 1633 Elgin and Kin- Th. Bruce

1763 1609 Colville John Colville kardine

1627 Napier

Wm. J. Napier 1647 Northesk Wm. Carnegic 1758) 1647 Belnaven & St.R. M. Hamilton

11765 1785 1765 1768 1768 1786 1793

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IRISH PEERS NOT IN PARLIAMENT. Marguesses.-Westmeath.

more, Molesworth, Mountmorres, Northland, Earls.-Aldborough, Annesley, Arran, Ath- Palmerston, Powerscourt, Ranelagh, Southlone, Bantry, Carhampton, Castle-Stewart, well, Taaffe, Templetowo. Cavun, K. C. Clonmell, Desart, Dunraven and Barons.--Ashtowo, Aylmer, Blayney, Mountearle, Fingall, K. P. Howth, Kenmare, Bloomfield, Brandon, D. D. Bridport, ClarKilkenny, Kilmorey, Landaff, Lanesborough, morris, Clarina, Clonbrock, Cloncurry, CreLeitrim, Lisburne, Listowel, Ludlow, Meath, morne, Crofton, De Blaquiere, Decies, Downes, K. P. Mexborough, Miltown, Mountnorris, Dunsany, Ffrench, Graves, Hartland, HeadNorbury, Normanton, Portarlington, Rath-ley, Henley, Henniker, Hotham, Howden, down, Sefton, Tyrconnel, Winterton. Huntingfield, Kensington, Kilmaine, Kinsale,

Viscounts.-Allen, Ashbrook, Avonmore, Langford, Lisle, Louth, Macdonald, Massy, Bangor, Barrington, Boyne, Castlemaine, Mount-Sandford, Muncaster, Muskerry, NewChotwynd, Clermont, De Vesci, Dillon, Don-borough, Norwood, Nugent, Ongley, Raderaile, Dungannon, Fitzwilliam, Frankfort, stock, Rancliffe, Rendlesham, Riversdale, Galway, Gormanstown, Harberton, Hawar- Rokeby, Rossmore, Teignmouth, Trimleston, deu, Kilwarden, Kingsland, Lifford, Lis-Ventry, Wallscourt, Waterpark. THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Members. 39 Counties, 2 each, and Yorkshire 4,

send 82 From

50 23 Cities, 2 each, and London 4,

489 166 Boroughs, 2 each; 5 Boroughs, I each; England. 5 Cinque-ports, 16,

353 2 Universities, Oxford and Cainbridge,

4 From 12 Counties,

12

24 Wales. 12 Cities and Boroughs, From Shires,

30 3

45 Scotland. Cities and Boroughs,

15 From Counties,

64 Cities and Boroughs,

35 100 Ireland.

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Total number of Members, 658 The union with Ireland was carried into effect January 1, 1800, and the Parliament, which met the same month and which included the members from Ireland, is styled the First Imperial Parliament or the First Parliament of the United Kingdom. The following Parliaments have since been elected. When assembled. When dissolved.

Existed.

Y. M. D. 2d Imerial Parlim't August 31, 1802 October 24, 1806 4 1 25 3d do. Nov. 25, 1816 May

27, 1807 6 2 4th do. Nov. 27, 1807 Sept.

29, 1812 4 10 2 6th do.

Nov. 24, 1812 June 10, 1818 5 16 6th do. August 4, 1818 February 29, 1820 1 6 25 7th do.

April 23, 1820 June 2, 1826 6 1 9 8th do. Nov. 14, 1826 July

24, 1830

4 1 22 9th do. elected between the 24th of July & the 14th Sept. 1830.

THE ECCLESIASTICAL ESTABLISHMENT. The King is considered the supreme head on earth of the Church of Eng. land. The Archbishop of Canterbury is styled the Primate of all England, and takes precedence of all persons, except the royal faroily. The Archbishop of York is styled the Primate of England, and his province includes the four bishoprics of Durham, Carlisle, Chester, and Sodor and Mann; all the rest being included in the province of the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Bishop of London has the 1st rank among the Bishops ; the Bishop of Durham, the 2d; the Bishop of Winchester, the 3d ; the rest rank according to the priority of their consecration.

The Archbishops and Bishops of England, with the Date of their Con.

secration and Translation to the See; the Sum each See is charged in the King's Books ; and the actual Income, as stated for the year

1814. Cons. Archbishops.

Sees.

Trans. King's Books. | Income. 1813 Wm. Howley, D. D.,

Primate of all England, Canterbury 1828 £2,682:12:2 £20,000 1791 Ed. V. Vernon, D. C. L.,

Primate of England, York 1807 | 1,610:00:0 14,000

Bishops. 1824 Ch. J. Blomfield, D. D. London 1828 1,000:00:0 9,000 1819 Wm. Van Mildert, D. D. Durham 1826 1,821:01:3 24,000 1826 Ch. R. Sumner, D. D. Winchester 1827 2,873:18:1 18,000 1797 F. H. W. Cornwall, D. D. Worcester 1808 929:13:3 6,000 1802 G. I. Huntingford, D. D. Hereford 1815

768:12:0 4,000 1803 Th. Burgess, D. D. Salisbury 1825 1:385:05:9 6,000 1805 H. Bathurst, D. C. L. Norwich

834:11:1 4,000 1809 B. Ed. Sparke, D. D.

Ely

1812 2:134:18:0 12,000 1812 Geo. Henry Law, D. D, Bath & Wells 1824 533:01:3 4,000 1313 George Murray, D. D. Rochester 1827 358:14:0 1,500 1815 Henry Ryder, D. D.

Lichfield & C. 1824 559:17:3 6,000 1816 Herbert Marsh, D. D. Peterborough 1819 414:17:8 1,000 1820 John Kaye, D. D. Lincolo 1827 828:04:2 5,000 1820 Wni. Carey, D. D.

St. Asaph

1830 187:11:8 6,000 1824 Christo. Bethell, D. D. Exeter 1830 500:00:0 3,000 1824 Robert J. Carr, D. D. Chichester

677:01:3 4,000 1825 J. B. Jenkinson, D. D. St. David's

426:02:1 5,000 1827 Robert Gray, D. D. Bangor 1830 133:16:3 5,000 1827 Hugh Percy, D. D. Carlisle

420:13:3 3,000 1827 Ed. Copleston, D. D. Llandaff

154:14:2 900 1828 J. Bird Sumner, D. D. Chester

120:13:3

1,000 1328 Richard Bagot, D. D. Oxford

381:11:7 3,000 1830 James H. Monk, D. D. Gloucester

315:07:3 1,200 1830 Henry Philpotts, D. D. Bristol

294:11:0 1,000 1827 Wm. Ward, D. D.

Sodor & Mann! not a L'd.of Parl. To every cathedral belong a dean and several prebendaries, who forin the dean and chapter, or council of the bishop. The next order is that of archdeacons, who are about 60 in number, and whose office is to reform abuses, and induct into benefices. The number of dignitaries of the sev, eral orders is stated as follows; 2 Archbishops, 25 Bishops, 27 Deans, 60 Archdeacons, and 544 Canons and Prebendaries :—total 6:38. The number of churches belonging to the establishment, in 1818, was 10,192; Chapels, 1,551 : total 11,741. “ According to the last diocesan returns, says the Edinburgh Encyclopædia, (1815), “ the number of non-resident parochial clergy was 5,037 ; ihe number of residents 5,397; the number of curates on livings where the incumbents were not resident, 3,926. The annual income of the clergy of the Church of England of all ranks, is supposed to be about £3,000,000; but the annual average income of the parochial clergy, or rectors, vicars, and curates, does not exceed £100." of 10,656 livings, according to a statement in a late English newspaper, 5,030 are in the gift of the Nobility; 3,567, in the gift of the Church; 1,015, of the government; 784, of the Universities; 197, of public bodies; 63, of the inhabitants. Some make the income of the clergy lower than the above statement, while others make it as high as £7,600,000.

The following Table, which was compiled by an American Editor, from

English Documents, and was copied into the Christian Observer for May, 1830, gides a view of the Population and of the Ecclesiastical Statistics of the Country.

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Bedfordshire
83,716 124 1

35 21

7 63 Berkshire 131,977 143 61

33 11

14 61 Buckinghamshire 134,068 185 1 251 28

21 74 Cambridgeshire 121,909 164 1 11 29 27 2 22 81 Cheshire 270,098 86 7 14 48 5

26 93 Cornwall

257,447 206 2 216 12 2 32 262 Cumberland 156,124 10-1 4

31 1

16 48 Devonshire

439,040 398 9 11 90 32 57 190 Dorsetshire 144,499 248 7 3 21 5

23 52 Durham 207,673 113 14 21 72 8

13 95 Derbyshire

213,333 136 81 14 841 51 2 35 140 Essex 289,424 400 7

35 24 1 59 123 Gloucester 335,843 231 5

51 311 5 35 126 Hampshire 283,298 293 11

26 25 30 86 Herefordshire 103,231 221

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11 37 Hertfordshire 129,714 1501 1 1 2) 13 2 21 39 Huntingdonshire 48,771 107

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91 28 Kent

426,016 403 6 8 88 307 41 174 Lancashire 1,052,859 62 81 39 154 296 82

310 Leicestershire 174,571 196 7 4 66 13

15 98 Lincolnshire

283,058 630 12 4 211 31 1 20 267 Middlesex

1,144,531 230 25/ 10 57 55 5 90 217 Monmouthshire 71,833 127 51

10 29

24 63 Norfolk

344,368

8 6 73 32 2 20 133 Northamptonshire 163,4331 336

61 40

35 137 Northumberland 198,965 460 19 28 3

6 39 Nottinghamshire 186,874 168 3 2 77

121 98 Oxfordshire

134,327 207 8 1 43 12 12 68 Rutland 18,437 50

7 2

3 12 Shropshire 206,266 170 3 31 15

20 69 Somersetshire 355,314 482 8

94 34 1 47 183 Suffolk 270,542 575

40) 35

32 112 Surrey 398,658 140 3 1 21

23 45 Sussex

232,927 3121 6 7 20 13 3 29 72 Staffordshire 341,824 181| 21 7 81 16

31 135 Warwickshire 274,392 209 11 8 181 16

26 68 Wiltshire 222,167 304 3 4

36 311

301 101 Worcestershire 184,424 152 8 6 22 22 2 10 60 Westmoreland 51,359 32 21 13

10 24 Yorkshire

1,173,137 363 46 20 545 51 1 156 772 Total in England 11,292,577 9,133,335 203 2,597 505 47 1,205 4,855 Wales

717,108

6 14 214176 209 443 Total

12,009,685 9.183|3912172,811981/47 1,414) 5,298

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