Appleyard, C. E. E.., to be Chaplain of the Church for the Blind, Liverpool.
Blake, Warrenne-James, Curate of Freethorpe; Vicar of Easton, Norfolk.
Coulcher, G. R., Vicar of Lympne; Vicar of St. Michael's, Maidstone.
Currie, E. R., Vicar of St. Bartholomew's, Chichester; Dean of Battle,
Eustace, W. F., Chaplain Cavalry Brigade, Aldershott; Vicar of Bishop's Lydeard.
Greenstock, W., Missionary and Incumbent of Springvale; Canon of the Cathedral Church of St. Saviour, Maritzburg.
Grimston, Alexander, Vicar of Lund, and Rural Dean; Official of the Archdeaconry of the East Riding.
Mann, W., Minor Canon of Winchester; Precentor of Bristol Cathedral.
Martyn, R. T., Vicar of St. Paul's, Penzance; Rector of St. Buryan.
Masefield, William Beech; Perpetual Curate of St. Luke's, Tittensor.
Ogle, Arthur Joseph Saville; Perpetual Curate of Coppenhall.
Pitt, George Lewis; Curate of Cirencester.
Randall, Henry L., Curate of St. John's,Weymouth; Vicar of St. James's, Handsworth, Staffordshire.
Reilly, C. F., Curate of St. Anne's, Alderney; Chaplain to Her Majesty's Forces.
Rumsey, Henry Langston; Vicar of Hoar Cross.
Smith, Harry; Vicar of Bourne, Cambridge.
Smith, Samuel Albert; Perpetual Curate of All Saints', Shrewsbury.
Sutton, Meyrick John; Rector of Greenstead, Colchester.
Thompson, B. N.; Rector of Wistaston.
James, Matthew Hopkins; Incumbent of St. Thomas's, Hull.
The Rev. C. J. Phipps Eyre, Rector and Rural Dean of St. Marylebone, has resigned the living, after holding it for twenty-five years.
Mr. Walter Parratt, organist and precentor of Magdalen College, Oxford, has been appointed organist of St. George's Chapel, Windsor, in succession to Sir George Elvey.
The company appointed for the revision of the Authorised Version of the Old Testament finished their seventy-sixth session at the Chapter Library, Westminster, yesterday week. The second revision of the Minor Prophets was continued as far as the end of Habakkuk II.
The Archbishop of Canterbury presided on Thursday week over the annual meeting of the Church Defence Institution, and expressed leis opinion that the Church had, under very considerable difficulties, maintained its character as a great educational body for the benefit of the poorer Classes.
The Archbishop of Canterbury presided on Monday afternoon at a meeting held in Lambeth palace library to establish a Church of England Mission to the Nestorian Christians of Kurdistan, and to aid them in the establishment of a training college. Resolutions in support of the objects were passed, and two Nestorian Bishops who were present expressed in Syriac their satisfaction at the kind reception with which they had met, and at the service rendered to their cause.
Source: The Illustrated London News, No.2254—Vol. LXXXI, Saturday, July 15, 1882, p.70