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,8t8i .* yam :n,onutve-kway fisn^iiokiv/ ex/. ravhsaao /orn/airnio? rtrix
.' ■ the southaitltoy: qb5eitvi^r . aa|)ivihc3ibter mbws-satff rday mm t tw.
suc'iuAiiproN pouct.
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A. lYglef- _. -____- .».«««,».w v mir.

-d#Wk". Ttn loaf ol b
• to 6«r hosi*. «mt mkyr* Wf wttfc
_*"dWI*d baring taken tl^toaf. and hi
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am
ipmpi
jjt.-K4»»nl Knltht. of;
pumf In tfie^DoOk^
x Poara-BdwartTTnii*
wmm
nlghti, and thro WL H» mtarn* THE 'RP-OPESINO 'OT TAONTOIM . TttAibji SCHOOL.
"2at aa a
. «M tin offita of Mayor of Southampton In 1734 and 17**. ThU aobool, hy ra new acbera*. a! the hodo wed 8ohoob' 0>mmi*»tUt». «u rMrg*oto*d and mita l with th* Southampton Grammar Soheol in ISu. Mi mm 4ft*r the new baasd ol traata* **t about th* alteration!, which win loeoruraUd on Tu**d*y laiL.TU present building (tend* oa the tile of the old one, in tb* N*w-ro*d. The artWwot.w* Mr. Robert Cmohlow,
of Portlend-*tr**», and th* buiidiog lii

ig. P*t*d la bias Staffbrdthir* tile* laid on concrete, oft it right hand (id(,to the bid (cboriroom (It*. modtly r*-

t the dtopoeal Of the (
oppodt* tide of ttrvpeeee** to *«m«ll oommltte* ar




Sberfleld. »u plaeed I,
_ .____->y «*.C. Wdrfdg* fer
____________Dulldlng* »nd other plaoe* on Baiurday
%:%2%g,zrrw2=,%ir=5
you *top et Sberttoldf-Prtoor- "
earn! t.alflcrown byh<
ntl„neJ,ferin, thVwhol* teachihg **eetetnodattod'*rth* old bulldlm In'the r**r of tbi* koem there to aaotbw npaetmnit
s.ujssi "d
•mple *nd'4*n-ligbUd etalrc*ee feeding Ur tbe. appw
%%B£S&S*S3
th*-large room running frou;-back to front of tla
km?. ,?•:«
end e room intended to be wed m a. laboratory for Ike
the other two larger roomi, ii lighted by two window* of three dlriiiooi each, qr tfelv* palm of sa*h*« to each apartment, theee being glaied in, the lower half with nd obtoured plaie, and the upper in plain flatted glaae. From thU deacriptlon it will.be leec tbat are now lix rod me la the new building. whIUt In ild ecbool there were only two. Thii ImporUi


maid complainant flrat etruck her.-Defen 1m, Including io«u. or three day*.—Thi


and KaanaeL. J. T. Tucker, U. J. Uuchan, and W. y. A°*V*nmAM Tn**ATMiii«o rttr;Dt!ic«.-8. Smith.
Lamb: Yen are liable to a farther pnnl.hment foryeur-threat ~Def»nd«ot: To*. I know that, when thU punUh-ment li completed.—Tk» Cbalrmmn i Yon are rlylit there. Tou appear to be an Ignorant fellow, *o g* below.—De-

1 Umo^b.—Jame* llor
charged by P.C.
Sharp with begging, wa* dleebarged.
Mor, J. H.Coobv. Km^. (BhalMM). Al«wmem
from coming Into contact with the grar*!. In Albert-road.
LcrrtN* orr Viarwo«Ke.-J*me* Mi Clarendon-plasm, warn charged the public eireoi

irdener acd'Alfrek
Ml
and wai furtliar charged wllh ,
Doon. after priaonor had left hi*
counter a pleee ofjln^b Moth ^


asrr-. a
ipmrnm
' Alfred Monday, a mlllf-eeller of Chapel rOad. wae tnm-
addition will gire
r3s6
aaeJ opportunltle* for teaching.
it affected by open fire place*, with itron ■^Ihe »lorMr«*e*pt In the twr •-— i*t» been *nppUed with the tool grit*, the imp
k'skfe^.td»t' ::
the back. A current of freeh air being admitted through
rl rz
Htafftrdihif* tile* opoftbrick archee In cement. At the end of the centre pmeeage w ebori flight of (teprlead* to the playgreond, which extendi to Trinity-road-In.th« rear, whilit for wet or inclement weather there i* * netnent epaee under the ecbool aralUhle, and which, .ugh of a limit in apace conreiponding with the large >m on the ground floor. On the weet *ide of the play mnd, approached by a pared footway to »detached Ming, with a lavatory accommodation, to., with *Ute inge and *ink. The-wall* are ooyered with white glazed tile, lupplied by the Poole Architectural Pottery Company. On tw» itdee, of t^e building a coniUnt (apply of freeh air to kept up through leurre*.
THg OWlNO CWEMOgl.
Tbii took ^pl ice M * la tod abore on Tueiday afternoon, the Major and Corporation attending In their oflicial robee, thoee pre*ent including hil Worihip the Mayor
the Rer*. A. C. Bluet if H. Perolra, and CAwweU Strange; Aldermen W. H. Newman, McOalmont, Loner, Ailatt, UartUtt, Emanuel, J.P.. and Dawwn; Boaier-
a km*
their friend*.
The Mayor In oommcodng the proceedlnge *ald litter*
aa»h'.r,ta k:. ?'•
Ilef, H. H. OarlUle, and other gentlemen. Hi* woribi hen laid they were mit thare thatilay for the purpo. if re-opening one of the old initltaUeoe of Southamptc -a lebojl founded upward* ef one hundred year* ago by me 111 chard Taunton, who wae foe aererai time* -mayor .f the borough,.and it had now been re-coo* 11 tu tod a* tradi icbool for the booeftt ef tho youth of the tow
H. Chipporfleld (chairman of the Board of Et ted School* OoTernori), After e*pre*ilng hi* tbi
honour of hi* p
-oTernor*), After exprttiing hi* tb. — lat Uie Mayor had done them by elide, Mr. Cowper-Temple, M P., fo



of a echool founded by the be^ueet, dated 1752, of on tho long roll ofthaMaior'niluitrioaeprod.
Richard Taunton, who fill*} the high and. _
office of *h*riff In the yearl724. and in 173* wa* elected to the *ti)l higher dignity of Mayor. In 1743 he wa* re-elected to tbat porilon*lj high portion, proving that be fulfilled it* onerou* dutie* with that *ame *atii-faction to tboee over whom he preiided a* the Mayor bimtelf now happily did. It might intere*t them to know that Richard Taunton wa* a coutln of Dr. Watt*, wboee marble effigy, tbi tinguiihed iMlptor of CI
)U and etipewnen in or one Oeorge Roblan iry Robln*on Hartley t(
in emjnent firm of rotbampton baring who wa* great une
e Hartley Imtitution—benefit
wodd bare been double what they are If. when thto gentleman bad died, there bad happened to be no lawyer* in exiitence (alaugh). 8o recently a* 1628, and
_________«o bare iklmmed the milk, and dlamlaaed the
•ummoni. bat expreeied a hope that the dairyman would **DEMCn*T QoaJiT MtA«C«k*.-John Crew, kreper of a
......_____ ined lee and imat*......
i* Troke, landlord of

plaaded gollty. a,
:susrss
ducated at Taunto » wire about 57;
amber would ehertly reach ISO (hear. hear), (are the lad* ooma goo* adrice, a* to the y of their becoming total'abefaimn and re ng erery one of them to join a Band of Hope, dd*ilea'."MIHW,f.ko' ------
Igh commendation, adding it r. Cor bin four oopie* of the w<
the be*t boy in each of tho four clatee* (hear). The Endowed School* Ooremor* had reeolred to elect aix boy*, to 'tee ecbolariUlp, three of which would be coi
k!? kjs'f.w.'s ssiisjsjftfssu,.
School Dtotrict, and he ehould be rery plowed iirenth ocbolanhip, tenable for oae year, feei-*d that the gentleman who fucceeded • lutn In
(hear, bear). «
The Right Hon. W. P. Cowper-Temple. ii
ssmnmp"
-:*ou* iuduilrial .pureiuta wer* .fui kftjff ^ocatgl
heeii Tcmij Inculcated and *4 wl idy Hat ihf
"'rench artlian* were rery *up«#* to the Korltofciitlk raitlmo thxt-a-freat-rffcrt *Pfcl;'s2 sb
quaHflio which garu; an adfadt>: when, comprtifor* Wrfo wt'all tytwy Ifdghty (heaiOl:■ Tbat oehool,
boy* to become clerk* ; tbty having learBt.to writ^ a fiood clear haud. beiag alfo' .fry Mady aad.qulck, at
levtlo^ k deilro tut eicap*li«i* lb*»"were mit altainr
—---------
warn f*r more dignified and Were g»»Uol to woik with
any netful artleU than.'!canld be ta *U opema Xhrv*-
r,,«lrrd «r nil
do*ledge and good.training i* oqler to dtechaijte ife|I id wUefacterilr the handicraft work
country, by giving a *ort of mental training »WA *r neeeiiary to inccetd In the varl*u< com" '
labour. Everybody! now-a-dav* font more difficult to obtain *kllled labour.
culture the farmer* complained they e good pleughmen a* formerly, "'

had afforded
................. ............jfctiobd'and.to fredde
he,r). ' ---fliou toridinateA ■ • ■ / _ . ^ '
southampton school boaed. ###
have been pleaaed If they could have attended, and ex-bd gdady AcMOWj. Oeetng that tho (r«»emorr> of A* the board (hear; bear).
s'luth 1.vt' .knaijl; hpiard of r
'-•!>. a THOVMMAN-X il'.tiiTT 1
At 'li. I.ir:iii< ..I, tuMtm. I ,1- l.i.f.l, ''.1 lXlII'1 Chainafcn. JIr. R, Roenman, Commander Loney.Ca^twnt
becauee there wai le*« intelligence now abroad, but the Chairman, adopted, the Inte Ugence wa* artlfliltlly directed hi a way
______ illy believed did dot
hough it





________,«.-h£wr
kman in.wc»l, Iron, c rful member of *e*ifty,fear« -m - r..ani«ry reward that would make htm glad h hid been trained and educated th»r* (hear, heat). , H thought It muat be a lallifaction to all—be wa* *ure would be to all thole who had given »o much Ubot and had exerctoed *o wlie a dUcretien in the raattet-thatthi*>ld endowment wa* to.be applied to ao uiefi a purpoae aa that wLkk it wae now going to fjilfil, amd he thought it would be an example to other place* where there were endowment* to deal with, Or where there exitted the power of (tarring inch a trade or eelenoe eohool ta that (heir). It eeemed to him thii wa* juat the thing that w«* required in thi* te*n, which owed It* iacrea** not f* any of theee permanent advantage* which bad, railed the great town* of the Aorth of England into wealth and l*rgene*»; It had not nwt any of tho*# coal field* or thoee mine* of Iron and mineral* which were permanently and continually a tuppert of induitry, but it ewed what prosperity it had to it* poaition at the head of an harbour inperior u any other oa the *outhern coast*, and especially to the fact that it wa* the port ef arrival and departure of Ihoa* 'large mall eteamer* that were hou*ed here more eafeiy that they would be at any other pert on the *outh oaa*t The advantage* which South ampien po**e*aed required fer their development and preeervatlco a coniiderabl* amount of intelligence, energy, and activity on the part of all claaie*. to whom t *ui table educaUen *hould be extended, andtbie particular echeol eeemed to enpply iuit the link wanting te complete a lyaiem of educational :ergani*atiqn, and to make very complete an admirable example ef what could be done by an energetic and benevolent town. We had here the Hartley Inititatien, which provided for *clence *nd art teaching and the Intellectual want* ef adult* a* well aa the younger member* of the community; then, too/we had the Grammar Schoel, mo*t excellentinit* way, Which had undergone renovation, and would in futu~ be meet uaeful for the purpo*e* intended; ai now we had thie Tauoton'a Trade* Scheol. which woo receive eome of the molt advanced pupil* from the *1 roeotary achool* and provide that ipecial training which b* had alluded in manual labour, and at»o be i immediate way by whieh the moat attentive, the molt hard wwkk*. amd th# bM* # tb# boy: K Ay
pleated pan from the ichoel into certain clatie* In the Hartley Inatitutlon, where they weuld be able to Qualify _ themaele* hr the wercwey wck prnfmawM U
as trr&aais
benefit to the town, and a mean* ef advancement and uiefulnei* to a ?*ry Urg^ numb*f of the pupil* who might be admitted to it (hearty app!au**V
The Mayer then declared the *chool to be opened, and truited that It would be the mean* of teething many boy* to be wl»e and uieful, not to (hemielfree Only but to the world at large (hear, hear).
Th* Hon. W. P. Cowper Temple then distributed the following award*, giving a kind word of encouragemeot
prlxoi Kulge. Edwin. Jrd priioi Ualgerno. Alexander, 4th
lyCWMBbaH
by Mr. Bible, thi* wa, atoo agreed to.—The report of the, nmt committee, feoommendlng that thi *eal of the toapl be affixed to thi

The Rev. CreeeweU Strange *ead and moved the adoption of the^Bye'law*" Committee'* report, recommending various case* for rtntodoo of feee.—Thii was ided bythrRev. H. H. Pereira, and earned. child's bieth outmom.
Tke eob-committee appointed to odder thto matter reported thereon, and recommended varioua ways of btaining sueh certlficatea.—On the proportion of the lev, Cromwell Strange, *«cond*jl by Dr. Pali, the rer
Mr. Weetlake moved, and Mr. Phlppard seconded, the
head mtotrec*. be Increased under the new .Seal* of the hoard, thereby railing her guaranteed (alary fram £70 to X77.—Thle wa* nnanlmomly agreed to.— The manager* of the Brltiah School* recommended that tie ealery of Mia* Hall, on* of the teacher*, be Increased to A*, and this wa* agreed to.—The managers of tb* Northern Infants' School, .recommended that the salary o( Mia* Foylo. tbs mUtre**, be lncr*aied_to £70.—This waa atoo agreed to upanlmoualy.rMr. Phippard read and moved the adeption of the report of the managers ol the Southern Di*trict School*, which,a*ked for aa ad vane* of £100 for the payment Of salane*. Sc.— ond*d b> the Chairman, and
A M**.-M,: MsWn that whilst 8236 children a nj^to the^ boanl 2174 bav


Mr. Meldrum said having had hto aUention directed by eome person* In the towq to the advisability of having the children in the schools ef the board &au*bl the diaf and dumb alphabet, be begged to propose that the matter be refered to some committee.—The Rev. H. H. Pereira (soonded this, and af te* soms discussion K was agreed kt -i " . 1' •
rni cn*ao« or sxtbavaoast kvisditdrx. The basin*** en the notice paper having been dl$-poaed of, the R*v. H. H. Pereira enquire)! of Mr. Meldrum whether the report* which bad appeared In the oewipaper* were correct with regard to Mr. MeJ-drum'i complaints of the grow sxtravaganoe with the ratepayers' mon*y by ths board ? H* thought
tbat inch it* * ' * "



tdbridg* and MiUbreok tc
instr-
of Colonel Hail. He had to preeent a memorial ri^ed
a
forwarded to tb* Lotal QoV^nrosoi B4ard.
.'port from the Mwt*e^r. Brewo) *tat*d thiU since the last Board meeting lher* bad been twod**ttoi I the Houee. and tljq. inmate* m* numbered 2^. c* wipared with 217 te «• eorreeponding period of tost sar, thewing an incre*** of eight.
•*c»imT0*ro*i»»cim.»R*«;, !
The Chairman said Mr. Buchan had been kind enough
boys and girls
is of swinge, Ac., for the




_______________it, amounting to about £f,
which Mr'. Bucban considered a vert low one.—Thb Board aseented to the work being carried out.
Tfl« iUlJUnkTK The wife of ^ fint-cla* Army Reeer to Join Btoldepot a
______ ____________Eiion.' Oosport, and" Who" had
Chairman aald if the money was advanced at all it iboold be advanced upon loan (hear, hear).—Mr. Buchan said
by Mr. Buchan. to advance the woman upon loan 5, p-week for a fortnight, when the ffnt month of eerviw would have expired.
scicw op a naval pbzfslodba.
The Depoty-Coron*r, *(f.
queat, at the Cowherd'e Inn,
day morning, on the body of a naval pennoner, fbo 60 yeara of age earned Francie . Sinclair, belonging Portsmouth, who hung himself-under the follow!i circumstances:—William Noyce, a chimney sweep, living at lb, Back-ef-the-WaJle, dtppsed tiatjip day evening week, tke df*c*« *
knowa before, came to his hi
. Cox well, held an id. the Common, on Mon-
icd. whom' he hadWt
x ABD; E%rrit&' 8caoo&< Boxan.
.• 4 #'**«!«^inf (Ms Mdy was bsldat Pear Tee* 0re-n
* w«w# on Uvn-Uy afternoon, when the chairman
read a letter hod, the Ret. X B. Daviea. statin, that-ths mIWM of lb* St. Mask'*tJchool, WoOtston, werewil. ling to h*pd tbea over upon certain terns stated.-'-Tbe Chairman stated tbat the managers of the Pear Tree National /tohocto were alee willing to; ba*4 > them-over.
plcdglig tbat body, Uta^htsuU. Mall probabttity, upon efmlimr terms, oaly that the laewekce wwdd bavd to be £800.—A letUrtra* read from Mr. Blay, secretary to the committee of nnnagers Af tte
much "_b.»^T.tUa. fw lk.
maim

1877, «f7 2a.-TU.(2iafawuriaH Jt w_________
were ikwady full.—Mr. Chapman thought if th*> built a school for boy* * should bo capable c/aSeomiaodatiof 360, and Mr. Bowman **id It wquld cost ttai £2000, reckoning £6 pes hea&—Tbe Rev. J. Hoar* (aid it would atoo be Aocesaary- to belld • » school down at Wsstoo, for the infants. By the railway arch there was a site which had been mentioned—It was Ibsn resolvsd that Mrtars. Rosoman and Chapman bs appointed a sub-eimmittee to report upon th* qaeation ol a site for the
nd the meeting *djoum*d.


)U.J , Jud prize ; Llckfor
ion. T. M..Cbairm*n'»
read a li*t of the lad* te whom SouII
............and art certificate* had been awarded
which Mr. Cowper-Temple *ddree*ed . the scholars generally.
to a call from the Mavor, roie, and wa. Moeiv.d witlj cheer*. He aald he remembered that *om* year* ago when a King of Pru„ia wa* viiitinB Hogtond, and went, a* he naturally would, to eee Hion College, he



...____icient build in
ry VI, Which atood m
_____ jtravagance, and should bo. glad II Mr. Meldrum would point It out to him, in order that be might he able to help to put a (top to IL—Mr. Mildrum, fa reply) said that if Mr. Psreira had been In bis place at th* lait boerd meeting be would then have beard what he (tho: speaker) coneidered then, and conaiifwed mow, , wae a grow squandsring of the ratepayer*
pa ted expenditure for the alteration of B»volMoWn Scbeoto. £700 had been aek*d for. and baoontond«d
a:
a margin. If thto w'n not iquaodering the money'I* ibould like to know what it su*.—Mr. Phippard thought
Meldrum : Ob.yss I have.]—TheR*v. OrAswellStrange corn's there and. challenge theltemi, and not make
i capable of eubetantiation. and he protested against toeir being mada—Mr. Weetlake then read over tb* particulars of («v«ral things whlqh wsr* required by th* schools, such as aeiks. forms, kc., and ihowed that £75 was the amount which the board bad allowed fer a margin. He explained tbat if theee things were not got for the schools—the British—the government grant wuld be endangered.—Some diicuiiipo followed, *od the matter then dropped, and thto concluded the business before the board:
—ft
of th* meet fleuriahlng of puhUo schools, as* we &mg es he looked eut of the wifldtw, said " Oh, bleeted i* the land wberetbe old to evsr new, and wher* Ui* n*w le ever linked with the old1." It' etreek him that a charaeteriitlo af England as diatlnguiahed frwm Germany aad other continental coantn** ;waa that great habit of transforming an eld thing when It.waa wotu oat and did not answer its pnrpos* into a n*w thing thai would answer th* purpose (or which it waa intended. . We were not ia the habit ef abolishing and petting ild of old institutions simply beeauee they w«»a •eld, but we-endeavoured to found upan them aomsthibg mors effieisnL This struck bis*a* hb heard jast new lh* btatory of (bis acbeol-hew ltiepmng .p tiy.-the
umai
) ths scholars gsnerally.
said the duty he was called upon to perform should have devolved apon the Chairman of the School Board, who, howsvsr, bad been compelled to leave to attend another meeting, and In proposing a vote of thanki to Mr. Cowper Tcnfple for bli attendance, said there was no good work In this town and neighbourhood which the right hon.'gonUsm«nr w*» not
MM
ipi wmm
aATURDAY. MJJ 3.JS7*.' Sorrn: AiratfCA* Missiohakt Woa*.—The
ait continenl, and, to prevWe
the wkoU of th, ,„k; O. ^7 ..^ five mlnulee to eleven - bye, Bill, I ihall iei you no He had told witness, that Aanie Landrey, of
it u the Docks with witni e evening. Me wen night, laying, " G<
................... or sailor* to go te 4 certain
the did not come. He alio laid he had lome money to come to him, that he had written about it, but he had heard nothing about it, and that they would some day or another hear eomething about him in the newipapen. Ai far aa h* could I**, deceased was In his right mind. Annis Landrsy, wife ef George Landrey, living at 13. Priace's-streat, Northern, said ah* knew the deceased, whom the firit met in Portsmouth, on the 6th January last. He waa a naval pensioner. Sh* Isst law him qn
car msaaa
and hs replied that he would not have eome that way had he known he wae going to ess her. She siked him-wher* he was golnir to sleep, and he resiled that
he did not kaow She offered te pay for a bed for him, and he went to Mre. Noyce's, where witness paid for hto Udglaga. Bha mad* am appal"****"* *** %bm there on Saturday, but did aot keep it Witness had corresponded with him. and they had cohabited together. Hf wanted to marry her. and the told him he
loved her better than he loved his rwife. The Irttor
should net eaiatmuch longer. He had told her he wa* shout 52 y*srs of age.—P.C. Pack said about tw.nty mlmuto, past four o'clock on Sunday mornlag, be waa ilzcm z ,1',
-1 am gone, God bleu you -aad yoara, Give my indest love to Annie, and tell her,! kft thi a world for er. Thank her lor her kiadneis to m*. Qodi bl*** vou eth. Ask Annis to writs to Portsmouth, and t*U them .f it." (Ih* latter sentence wss written in pencil)-,,
sr fissars
,e consideration—(om* of them being favourable at . tea terdictof/c^^s sc-faund that the deceased imitted suicide, but the evidence wa* not sufficient
funeral op te3 bbv. j. slater
On Saturday last th* remain* df th* Rev. J. Sl*r*r, formerly v arat* *r St. Lawrence Church, and whole ludden death we retarded In last wash's Oiteretr, were interred in the Southampton Cemetery. About half-pait 10 o'clock the funeral cortege, ooatiating of a near** and four mourning-coaches, left the residence of tbe deflated gentlefcan in Anglesea place, and proceeded down Above Bar-etreet aad the High-strest to St. Lawrsnce'i Church. Tn tb* first coach wet* Mr. Wm. Fordsr, Mr. Thomas Porder, Mr. J. T. Fletoher, • snd Mr. Alexander Slater (riepheiv of deceaae'd) ; in
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Wilse* (Rownhams); In the third coach wer* Sir F. Perhiaa. M P-7 Mr. P. Laakartw. Mr.m. L. Ed*, aad Dr. Trend; la th* fourth coach vyer* Dr*. Ware and Thomas, Mr. Hawkins, snd th* R*v. J. Campbell. On th* arrival of the cortege at the church, the mortal remains Were carried ia, thes* wer* enclosed In a shell, ov*r which waa a casing of lead, th* outer coffin being of grained oak, differing (lightly la (hap* from ordinary eoffina, th* upper part being (quar* Inatead of tapering at each ride. Over lt"wa* thrown a purple pall with red and pur*!* fringing", and havlpg a large cro»* wrought *n It. On the top waa a wreath of Immortallee, and it. if a* thu* carried fat* th* church and deposited in tb* chancel, when a number of wreath* of immortal!**, which had been brought by (om* *f th* Mend* ef tb* defeated, were placed oa it. Th* church wa* filtod Wth persons, Including many psrsonal friends of th* decessed and several cletgynjen to th« town and neighbourhood, among other* the Rector of BL Lawrenee (Rev H. H. Pereira). Rev^ A. O. *tem# (Baral D*mm aad Racw af umkrook). Bw.
B. Trotter (Vicar of Northam); Rev. J; Camphel!, Ac. The Rev. J. Campbell, an old friend *f the deciaaed, conducted the flrat part af th*. funeral a*tvice. which wss to Gregorian tunes, with a inrplicfd sholr. The Rev. II. H: Pereira gave out' the bymai. the firet of which commenced with—'Jesus l|v**! no longer now," and the iec*nd—"Art tbou weary, art thou languid." the singing of which affected many present to tears. At the eonolusfon the coffin was carried out of church, followed by the choir snd surpliced clergy, Mr. Colson, th* organiet, pleyii.g the "Dead march, ' In-flauf. The mournful cortege then pioceeded to the Cemetery, followed by numbers of perssns, many In carriage*. The remaining portion of the burial (ervic* wa* read by tb* Rev. II. a. B. Trotter, the «urplioed choir *iug. lag "Brief life is her* our portien," and at tb*.g*av* side " Days snd moments quickly fly," all the" hymns being frem " Hymns Ancient and Modern." Tho funeral arrangementa were entruatod to Muirs. E. Msyn ane Son, *f th* High-itraet, who carried out their dutiei la their uaual aatiifactory manner. In the meraing belle of **v*i*| church** in th* town wir* tolled in memory ef the deceaied. The Rev. Canon Wilberforce waa prev*nt*4 by ahsenc* from hem* from performing th* ssrvic* himself, and the Rev Arthur Bradley (Rector of All Saints) regretted thst busiaess out *f the town alone prevsated him from being pre. •eat at the funeral On Sunday evening the Rev. H. H. Pereira, In the courerof hi* *ermon, referred in touching term* t* th* death of hia predecessor.

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