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severe hardships , much sickness , manydeaths ensued . He toiled with the strong , he cheered the failing , he comforted the dying . We shall not enter into the miserable detail of various and protracted suffering ; suffice it to say , that in defiance of all difficulties , and of great
diminution of numbers , they accomplished tlieir undertaking in every point , and the Directors of the Company testified , in the most handsome and unequivocal man - ner , their deep sense of the dangerous and important nature of the services which Mr . Rowe had rendered .
Having recently undertaken the local charge of the Mines of Bolanos , situated in the state of Guadalaxara , and belonging to a Company under nearly the same direction as the mines of Real del Monte , he had just arrived there to pitch his often-removed tent for a continuance
and in peace . On an occasion , however , of comparatively slight excitement , latent disease of a dangerous character manifested itself , and medical aid , most skilfully and affectionately administered , was administered in vain . Symptoms of fatal disorder appeared in rapid sue-
Manchester College , York , On Tuesday , Wednesday , and Thursday , the 24 th , 25 th , and 26 th of June , the Annual Examination was held in the Common Hall of this College , before Daniel Gaskell , Esq ., and the Rev . John Kentish , Vice - Presidents ; G . W . Wood , Esq ., Treasurer ; the Rev . William Turner , Visitor ; Messrs Bealley , Bell ,
Heavisides , Johnson , Oates and Rowntree , and the Rev . Messrs . Berry , E . Hawkes , J . Hinclcs , Johustone , and Lee . The business indeed commenced on Monday afternoon , by a pretty smart contest of five hours amftng the competitors for the Classical Prize , both viva voce , and
in writing . Tuesday morning , the three Hebrew classes , the junior class in Mental Philosophy , the senior Latin and junior Greek classes , and the Evidence class , were examined till three ; and in the evening , Count Pecchio examined his pupils in the Modern Languages . Wednesday , the classes in Modern His-
cession , and , alas ! with irresistible force . So distant from all his dearly loved connexions , —far away even from those companions whom mutual dangers and anxieties had attached to him , —almost alone , in a very strange land , " a remote and insulated spot of difficult access , * — occupying a station recently and most honourably attained , aud at a time of life full of promise and power , —these were considerations which could not tend to
alleviate suffering . But the burden was not without its support . The same com - posure and firmness , founded on the same deeply-seated principles of trust in the Almighty , which had led him steadily through life , attended him faithfully and effectually in his last hours .
He thought of his native country and of home , but he thought also of heaven , and of the great Parent who appoints our habitations , and who will , in his own due time , gather his children together . He departed in peace and hope . July 20 , 1828 .
tory and the Belles Lettres were examined in writing , those in Moral Philosophy and Ancient History , and the junior Latin class , mo A voce : and Orations were delivered at intervals by Mr . Paget ou the Progress of the Reformation , Mr . H . Hawkes on the Dramatic Unities , Mr . Davidson on the Importance of the Study of the British Constitution , Mr . Fletcher on the Necessity
of the Christian Revelation , Mr * H . Wreford on the Rapid Diffusion of Christianity as furnishing an Evidence of its Divine Origin , Mr . Eudaile on the question , Whether the Decalogue as it appears in the Jewish Code is obligatory as such upon Christians , and by Mr . Hort on the Character of Hebrew poetry . On Thursday , the Theological and Mathematical classes were examined in
writing for three hours , aud the senior classes in Mental Philosophy and in Greek , an hour each ; and Orations and Sermons were delivered , as the day before , by Mr . Bache , on the Mosaic , Po-
Intelligence . —Manchester College , York . 669
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Aug. 2, 1828, page 569, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2563/page/57/