Richard Mam, an English bishop, born in Southampton in 1776, died in November, 1848. He was educated at Winchester and Trinity college, Oxford, and was chosen fellow of Oriel college in 1798. lie became vicar of Great Coggeshall, Essex, in 1810; of St. Botolph's Bishopsgate, London, in 1815; and of East Horsley, Surrey, in 1818. In 1820 he was made bishop of Killaloe and Kilfenora, Ireland; was translated to Down and Connor in 1823; and received in addition Dromore in 1842. His most important works are: "An Appeal to the Gospel, or an Inquiry into the Justice of the Charge that the Gospel is not preached by the National Clergy" (Hampton lectures for 1812; Gthed.,1816); "Sermons"(3vols., 1813-'16); in conjunction with Dr. D'Oyly, an edition of the Bible, with notes for family use (republished in New York, under the supervision of Bishop Ilobart, 1818-'20); " Book of Common Prayer, with Notes " (1820; 5th ed., 1840) "Happiness of the Blessed considered " (1833); " History of the Church of Ireland" (2 vols., 1839-'41); and Horce Liturgicce 11845). He also published volumes of poems.