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Literary Correspondence with Lord Monboddo, Mr.
Tyrwhitt, and Dr. Vincent
1782 to 1783.
Appointed Tutor of Corpus. - His College Friends and
Takes Orders. - Correspondence with Mr. Windham. -
Mr. Roberts's Description of his Pursuits, &c. at Oxford
1785 to 1786.
Appointed Chaplain to Bishop Barrington. Sketch of the
Character of that Prelate. Sunday Schools.-Salisbury
Spelling Book Hannah More
1786 to 1789.
Visits Holland and Paris.- Death of Mr. Tyrwhitt. — Pub-
lications by Mr. Burgess in 1787 and 1788. - Corre-
spondence with Dr. Burney, Dr. Parr, &c. - Publishes a
Treatise against the Slave Trade
Sermon before the University of Oxford in 1790.— Corre-
、spondence respecting it
1788 to 1790.
Character of Mr. Corai..
Mr. Burke's Work on the French
Revolution. Proposal of conferring the Degree of LL. D.
on him by the University of Oxford frustrated.- Letters
on the Subject
1791 to 1795.
Translation of Dr. Shute Barrington to the See of Durham.
-Mr. Burgess resigns the Tutorship of Corpus. — A
prebendal Stall given him at Durham-and subsequently
the Living of Winston. - His Style of Life there
Sacra Privata of Mr. Burgess
1799 to 1803.
His marriage. — Domestic Life at Winston, &c.
pointed to the Bishopric of St. David's
1803 and 1804.
Settlement of the Bishop in the Diocese of St. David's. -
His primary Charge
Plans pursued by the Bishop for the Improvement of his
The Bishop's Mode of preparing for, and of conducting his
The Bishop's Mode of Life in London and at Durham. —
Grounds of his Opposition to the Roman Catholic Claims.
-His Controversial Writings against Popery. - His
Tracts on the Independence of the Ancient British
General Remarks on the Bishop's Tracts in Refutation of
1810 to 1820.
Beneficial Results of the Bishop's Plans. - Progress of his
Collegiate Scheme. Ystadfodd.
The Author's first Acquaintance with the Bishop of St.
David's. Descriptive Character of Bishop Ryder
1820 and 1821.
Progress of the College-Scheme. C. R. Cockerell, Esq.
applied to for Plans
1821 to 1822.
The Bishop publishes a Vindication of the disputed Verse
in St. John's First Epistle. The King's Letter to the
Bishop, announcing his Subscription of One Thousand
Pounds to the College. The Bishop's Reply. - The
Universities of Oxford and Cambridge also subscribe
The Bishop's noble Sacrifice of Fines for the Augmentation
of the Income of the See of St. David's
The Foundation Stone of St. David's College laid by the
The Bishop, by Command of the King, frames a Plan for a
Royal Society of Literature. Some Account of the
Plan, and of his Anniversary Discourses. He questions
the Authenticity of the posthumous Work ascribed to
Lords Liverpool and Eldon aid the College.-The Bishop's
Visit to the Author. His perilous Voyage from Bristol
to Swansea. His Translation to the See of Salisbury
Testimonies of affectionate Veneration to the Bishop from
various Clergymen in his Welsh Diocese
1825 and 1826.
Various Letters.- Testimony of Dr. Jenkinson, Bishop of
St. David's, to the Necessity and Value of the College. -
Further Specimens of the Bishop's Sacra Privata. -
Death of the Bishop of Durham, and his Character
Passing of the Roman Catholic Emancipation Bill, and Feel-
ings of the Protestant Public respecting it
Analysis of the Controversy respecting the disputed Verse,
1 John, v. 7.
The Rev. L. Clarke's Testimony to the Episcopal Virtues
of Bishop Burgess
The Bishop's Seizure at Warminster. The Author's last
Interview with him
1836 to 1837.
The Bishop's Letter to Lord Melbourne.
Dr. Scholtz. His last Illness and Death. - Eulogistic
Tributes to his Memory from the Bishop and Dean of
Salisbury, and from Archdeacon Berens