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An Act for the l^lanchester and Wilmslow Turnpike Roads in the Counties Palatine of Lan* csiler and Cheater. Captain Adam Campbell, half-pay Unattached, Staff Ot Hcer of Pensioners, to be Migor. should be taken into consideration by a Committee of the Lords of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, on the fourth day of September next. An Act to give relief to persons who may refuse or be unwilling, from alleged conscientious motives, to be s^ orn in criminal proceedings. An Act for making railways from Clara to Meelick, in the King's County, Ireland, and for building a bridge across the Shannon, at Meelick. Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Surrey. 1st Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Corps, Lieutenant Alexander Pirie Hogarth to be Cap- tain.

1162 An Act for making and maintaining of the Henley -in- Arden Railway, and for other par- poses. At the Court at Osborne Housej Isle isf Wlght^ the 25th day ot Jufy^ 1861. Mtiot John William Jeakes to be Lieoteiiant- Colone L Dated IMt July, 1861. An Act for making a railway from the Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway to Miln- gavie ; and for other purposes. An Act for making a railway from the Mold Branch of the Chester and Holyhead Railway, at Mold, to the Vale of Clwyd Railway, to be called ** The Mold and Denbigh Junction Railway;" and for other purposes. 2nd Regiment of the Royal Surrey MUitia, John Bruce, Esq., to be Lieutenant, vice Ball, promoted. Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant q^ the County of Aberdeen. Alexander James Shand, Grent., to be Lieutenant- Dated 31 St July, 1861.

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Anne of Bussia of the third class, and of the Order of Danebrog, his Minister Besident on a Special Mission to His ^Majesty the King of Hanover, His Minister Besident and Consul- General to the Free Hanseatic Cities of Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburgh ; The Senate of the Free Hanseatic City of Lubeck, the Sieur Theodore Curtius, Doctor of Laws, and Senator of "i^hat City ; The Senate of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, the Sieur Otho Gildemeister, a Senator of that City; The Senate of the Free Hanseatic City ef Hamburgh, the Sieur Charles Hermann Merck, Doctor of Laws, a Syndic of the said City ; Who, after having exchanged their full 1185 powers, found in good and due form, hare agreed upon the following Articles : — ABTIGLE L His Majesty the Xing of Hanoyer engages to Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Gbeat Britain and Ireland, His Majesty the Emperor of Austria, Xii^ of Hungary and Bohemia, His Maj^ty the King of the Belgians, His Majesty the JBrnperor of Brazil, His Majesty the King of Denmark, Her Majes^ the Queen of Spain, His Majesty the Emperor of the French, His Koyal Highness the Grand Duke of Meek- lenhurg-Schwerin, His Majesty the King of the Netherlands, His Majesty the King of the Kingdom of Portugal and the Algaryes, Tti^ Majesty the King of Prussia, His M^esty the Emperor of all the Bussias, King of Poland, Grand Duke of Finland, His Majesty the King of Sweden and Norway, and the Senates of the Free Hanseatic Cities of Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburgh, who accept such engagement — 1. Robert Edwardes, who had medical charge of the Naval Brigade from the time of its landing to its re-em- barkation. ARTICLE XXIL The High Contracting Parties have agreed to appoint, jointly, Commissioners for the settlement of a Tariff of Custom-house duties, to be levied in conformity with the stipulations of the present Treaty, as well upon merchandize of every aescription being the produce or manufacture of the British dominions and possessions imported into the Sultan's dominions and possecsionsi as upon articles of every description the produce or manufacture of the dominions and possessions of the Sultan, which British subjects or their agents are free to purchase in any part of the Ottoman dominions and possessions for exportation to Great Britain or to any other country. Ensign Thomas Milne to be Lieutenant, vice Mar- shall, resigned. John Hardy, Gent, to be Ensign, vice Milne, pro- moted. Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County Palatine (^^ Lancaster. Mungo, in the presbytery of Loch- maben and county of Dumfries, vacant by the death of the Reverend Andrew Jameson. James Logan Duno Hy as Consul at Kurrachee for His Majesty The King of Hanover. The Queen has been pleased, on the nomination of the Right Honourable Lord Folej,! An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made under an Act of the fifteenth year of Her present Majesty, to facilitate arrangements for the 1355 relief of turnpike tmst Sy and to extend the pro* vinons of the said Act. Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of the Commisdons held by 1407 Cornet James Dearden in the Duke of Lancaster^i Own Yeomanry Cavaliy, and Lieutenant John Aitken in the 4th Lancashire Rifle Volunteer Corps. 1st Middlesex Engineer Volunteer Corps, Matthew Wjatt to be Second Lieutenant. 5th Administrative Battalion of Middlesex Rifle Volunteers, Major Ralph William Grey, of the 26th Middle- sex Rifle Volunteer Corps, to be Lieutenant- Colonel. 1409 Weit Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps, The Queen has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of the Commission held in this corps bj Ensign John David Charles Hampson* Letter of acceptance dated J 9th Julj, 1861. The Queen has been graciously pleased to sig- nify that Ensign William Charles Booth be deprived of the Commission held by him in this corps. Q^ee H*s ( Westminster) Rifle Volunteer Corps, The Queen has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of the Commission held in this corps by Lieutenant James Lewis Thomas. Dated ISth July, 186L 1410 Zfd dngue Pbttt Rijk Volunieer Corpi. 1449 Whiieha O, August 16, 186L The Queen has been pleased to 'grant unto Wilfiam Montague Tharp, a Lieutenant in the 62nd Regiment of Foot, third and youngest son of Joseph Sidney Tharp, of Chippenham Pari^, in the countj of Cambridge, Esquire, by his first wife Anna Maria, only daughter of William Gent, of the city of Bath, in the county of Somerset, Esquire, deceased, a M^jor-General in the service of the East India Company, on the Madras Esta* blishment, by his first wife Anna Maria Fleet- wood, and only sister of G-eorge William G-ent, late of Moyn's Park, in the parish of Steeple Bnmstead, in the county of Essex, Esquire, slso deceased, Her Boyal licence and authority that he may, in compliance with a clause contained in the last will and testament of his maternal uncle, the said Greorge William Gent, take and henceforth me the surname of G^nt, in addition to and after that of Tharp, and also bear the arms of Grat quarterly with his own family arms, such arms being first duly exemplified according to the Laws of Armsy and recorded in the Heralds' Office, otherwise Her Migesty's said licence and permis- sion to be Yoid and of none effect : And also to command that the said Boyal concession and declaration be recorded in Her Mjyesty's College of Arms* War' Office, Pall- Ma U. Slacke to be Adjutant, vice Lord Ralph Drury Kerr, promoted. th Light Dragoons, Captain Alan John Colqu- houn, from the Stirlingshire Militia, to be Cor- net, by purchase, vice Perceval Clark, ap- pointed to the 9th Light Dragoons. \st Regiment of Foot^ Ensign and Adjutant Emanuel Teale to have the rank of Lieutenant. Ensign Percy Bingham Schreiber to be Lieute- tenant, by purchase, vice Lloyd Evans, who retires. Frank Rutley, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Schreiber. 5^ Footy Lieutenant Edward James Tyler to be Captain, by purchase, vice John Robson Car- lisle, who retires. Ensign John Johnson Bradshaw to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Tyler. Ensign Francis Heathcote Denny Brome to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Arthur Edward 1451 Flood, who retires. James Henry Clutterbuck, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Bradshaw. Thomas Slagg Shaw, Grent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice firome. 6lh Fooi^ Captain J alius Henry Stirke, from half-pay, late 12th Foot, to be Captain, vice Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel John Henry Ford Elkington, promoted, without purchase, to an Unattached Majority. 7/A Footf Ensign Edward Lloyd Gatacre to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice J. Ensign John Talbot Coke, to be Lieutenant, be purchase, vice Watson, whose promotion, by purchase, on the i Oth Maj, 1861, has been cancelled. Ensign William Lisle Blenkinsop Coulson, to be Lieutenant, bj purchase, vice George Massy Studdert, who retires. Thomas John Leadbetter, Gent., to be Ensign, be purchase, vice Coulson. Lieutenant John Talbot Coke to be Adjutant, ▼ice George Augustus Eliott, who resigns that appointment. 37/A Poot^ Lieutenant George John Usil Mason, to be Instructor of Musketry. \Ttk Footy Lieutenant Richard Souter, from half* pay 40th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice J. Mitchell, who reverts to half- pay as Adjutant of the late Land Transport Corps. Lieutenant Richard Souter has been permitted to retire from the service by the sale of his com- mission. 76M Foot, Captain Thomas William Cator to be Migor, by purchase, vice Brevet Lieutenant- 1453 Co Wel Morley Siratford Tynte Dennis* who retired upon half-pay. Lieutenant John Augustine Palliser to be Cap* tain, by purchase, vice Cator. Ensign Augustus George West to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Palliser. Edward Pakenham Stewart, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Davies. 80M Fo Q$y Ensign Charles George Norris to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Christian B.

His Lordship having again kissed the Sove* reign's hand, and after receiving the congratu- lations of the Knights Brethren, retired. Ensign Edward Jones to be Lieutenant Dated 26th June, 1861. was pestfioned t O' the fissi of Jtdy, one-thouaand; eight hundred- and 6izt^Mne $ and frin Bieas itaaame fit that the opeaation of the' svd ih ' Bfc ^ m entioned' Oidecin Oonnoil^.so'far aa xahitos t Q the BBid eemeleriea, should be postponed ; aosr, tl Mi Before, Her Mqesty,and. An Act to make better provision for the con- stitution of the council of the Governor-General of India, and for the local government of the several presidencies and provinces of India, and for the temporary government of India in the event of a vacancy in the office of Governor* General. In the Minster Churchyard, Beverley, from the first day of July, to the first day of September, 1369 one thoasand eight hundred and sixty-one. 7th Begiment of Footy Ensign George William Henry Holyoake to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Hardinge Giffard Follett, de- ceased. Ensign Charles Tayleuri from the 8th Foot, to be Ensign, vice Holyoake. Sth Foot, John James Hamilton, Gent., to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Creek, appointed to the 23rd Foot. Bennett Fleming Handy, Gent., to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Charles Tayleur, ap- pointed to the 7th Foot Dated 7th August, 1861. 69th Footy Captain Patrick Cahi U, from the 87th Foot, to be Captain, vice James Warren Hastings Anderson, who exchanges. 70th Foot, Ensign William Saunders Ford Fene- ran to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice John Beldham, who retires. Edward Pearpon, Gent, to be Ensign, by pur- chase, vice Feneran. 71st Foot, Staff Assistant-Surgeon Robert Austen Allen, M. An Act for providing and constructing markets, market-placefl and slaughter-houses, with all neoea« aary conveniences, within the parishes of Saint Mary and Saint Bridget, in the city of Dublin. \st Middlesex Artillery Volunteer Corps, Bartholomew Archdekin Duncan, M. Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Fife. Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Caithness. 2nd Monmouthshire Rifle Volunteer Corps» Lieutenant John Bowcott Hughes to be Captain. Maintain attribution Tht Goog Xt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. 1st Administrative Brigade of Hampshire Artillery Volunteers, Captain Steuart Macnaghten to be M^jor. Zrd Hampshire Rifle Volunteer Corps, Ensign Charles Cutts Barton to be Lieutenant, vice St. The QUEEN'S Most Escdle Dt Mi^oaty m Osvncil was pleased to fix the dvas payi Me npon tiie compktiom of a new ligbtfaousa on Si Abb's Head, in the coanty •£ Berwick, pursuant to the 410th section of * pleased to direct that the dues pli- able in respoet of existi Dg or future lighthouses^ bnay% sr bet Mona, for tiie time being, under th« management of the Corporatiaa of the Tvinatef Bowse of Deptford) Strond, the Commissione DB of Msrthem lighthouses, sad die Port of IHi Wft Gsrporatifln, should be f Uisther reoeived (as set i Ktk in this Oaaette), aud purouaat to the pod*- visions of " The Merchaint Shippiofp Aot, m&4J^ At tbo Court at Oshome Houses Isle of Wigti^ the 25th day of July, 1861. An Act to provide for the cost of certain pro- ceedings to be taken under the Landlord and Tenant Law Amendment (Ireland) Act (I860). Dated 7th August, I86h Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant qf the County of Huntingdon. 2nd Administrative Battalian of Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers, Richard Bassett, Esq., to be Major. Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County o/* Middlesex. Officers will not be placed on half-pay exoept under the operation of one or other of the two clauses 7 and 10 of the Staff Corps Warrant. Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in fibnttsil was- pkased to approve and ratify the 1324 •cheme dolj prqf Mured (as set forth in this Gaaelte) bj the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England— for assigning certain lands and hereditaments as the endowment of the see of Durham* Ala Of a scheme for assigning certain lands aa4 hereditaments as the endowment of the see of York. An Act to facilitate proceedings before justices under the Acts relating to vaccination. 65M Lancashire Rifle Volunteer Corps, Martin William Mc Kellar, Gent, to be Ensign. \st or Duke of Manehestev^s Light Horse Volunteers. The Government of India have been directed to modify the 98th paragraph of the General Order accordingly. The Qaeen has been graciousl j pleased to aignlf j Her i Dtention to confer the decoration of the Victoria Crosa on the under-mentioned Officers and Soldiers, whose claims to the same have been submitted for Her JV^ajesty's approval, on account of Acts of Bravery performed by them in China, on the occasion of the assault and capture of the North Taku Fort on the 21st of August, 1860, as recorded agunst their several names; viz.: Lieutenant (now Captain) Robert Montressor Bogers, 44th Regiment (now of the 90th Regi* ment); No. Private John M'Dougail, 44th "Regiment ; Lieutenant Edmand Henry Lenon, 67th Regiment — For distinguished gallantry in swimming the Ditche:s ^^^ entering the North Taku Fort by an embrasure during the assault. The Queen has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of the Commission held by First Lieutenant Darley Bentley. 6 A 1446 Commission signed by the Governor of the Isle of Wight. 6th Company, James Coape, Esq., to be Captain, vice Albert John Hambrough, deceased. « Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Surrey. Lieutenant Francis Lewis Dowling to be Captain, vice Murray, resigned. Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Worcester. ii6d The Cfanpter then proceeded to a second dection ; and, the suffrages having been collected as before, and presented to The Sovereign, Her Majesty was pleased to declare, that the Riglit Honourable Robert Montgomorie, Lord Belhaven snd Steoton, had been duly elected a Knight of the Mo6t Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, whereupon his Lordship was introduced tad knighted, and, the oath having been adminis- tered to his Lordship, he was invested with the Riband and Jewel, in the same manner as the Earl of Zetland had been, and the like ceremonies having been observed, his Lordship withdrew. Lieutenant Charles Bernard to be Captain* Dated 26th June, 1861. with the advioeof Qsr Privy Couac U, is pleased to onder, and it is henhy ordered,.thatthe operation of the said Otdor im Connai thirristhdaf of ; Jane,. An Act to enable Grand Juries in Ireland to « increase the remuneration of county surveyors, and for other purposes. 4 T ii 1366 Commissions signed by the Lard Lieuienani qf ike County of Middlesex. In the two churchyards of Saint Mary, and in the burial-grounds of Salem Chapel, the Roman Catholic Chapel, the Methodist New Connexion Chapel, and the Independent Chapel, Bamsley, in the parish of Silkstone, from the first day of August, to the first day of November, one thou- sand eight hundred and sixty-one. The Qaeen has been pleased to approve of Don Jos£ Antonio de Lavalle as Yioe-Consul at Cardiff for Her Majesty the Queen of Spain. MEMBER returned to serve in the present PARLIAMENT. Lusoombe to be Lieutenant) by purchase^ vice Ponsford. 5th Light Dragoons, Lieutenant Edward Henry Saunders, on appointment to a Cometcy in the Gazette of the 2nd July, 1861, should have been described as from the 3rd West York Regiment of Militia. 10^ Foot, Gentleman Cadet Arthur Henry Handley, from the Royal Military College, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Malcolm^ promoted. 1372 nth Fooi^ Robert Eiero Watson, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Ravenhi U, promoted. William Mogg Bolpb, Gent., to be Ensign, bj purchase, vice West Stewart Awdry, whose appointment as stated in the Gazette of 24th May, 1861, has been cancelled. 56th Fooij Assistant-Surgeon James Bell Jaidine, irom the 4th Foot, to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Edward Knapp Wiirtele Smith, M. D., to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice John Warren, appointed to the Stiu Sl Dated 6th August, 1861. The third Christian name of Ensign Tosswill is Davis, Isi West India Regiment, Staff-Surgeon Curtiss Martin to be Surgeon, vice James Davys, ap* pointed to the Staff. 1374 2nd West India Regiment^ Ensign Arcbibald Roger to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice A. An Act to authorize a lease of the Margate Railway to the London, Chatham and Dover Railway Company ; and for other purposes. 1st Administrative Brigade of Fife Artillery Volunteers, James Hay Erskine Wemyss, Esq., M. 1st Caiihnes S'Shire Artillery Volunteer Corps, James Mc Lean, Esq., to be First Lieutenant, vice James Leith, resigned. 1422 William Taylor, Esq., to be Second Lieutenant, ▼ioe Mc Lean, promoted. Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of the Commission held by Lieutenant James Leith in the above Corps. The Chapter being ended, the Eniglits Brethren were, bjr command of Her Miijestj, again called over by the Secretary, and, with the Officers of the Order, retired from the presence of The Sove- reign with the usual reverences. The Qaeen has been pleased to constitute and appoint the Reverend Charles John EUicott, B. one tiam- 1328 l Uid eight hundred and nxty, 00 far as relates to the said two cemeteries, be postponed from the first of J11I7, one thooaand eight hundred and rfxtj*one, to the thir^-flrst of December, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two. An Act to provide for the performance of duties heretofore performed by the Paymaster of Civil Service in Ireland, in relation to advances and repayments of public moneys for public works. Camndstion signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Berks. A^vttsji X Douglas Munro Fyfe to serve with the rank of Captain. And whereas by an Order in Council of the twenty-fourth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, it was ordered that burials should be discontinued after the first day of May, one thousand eig^t hundre J and fifty-nine, in the burial-ground of the Primitiye Methodist Chapel, Dokinfield, which Order has since been varied ; now, therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice aforesaid, is pleased to grant permission for the use of the said Primitive Methodist Burial- ground, Dukinfield, until the first day of May, one thousand eight hundred and sixty 'two. The Queen has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal, granting the dignity of a Baron of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, unto Vice- Admiral the Right Honourable Sir Maurice Frederick Fitzhardinge Berkeley, G. B., and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the name, 5tyle and title of Baron Fitzhardinge, of the city and county of the city of Bristol. The Queen has been graciously pleased to appoint John David Hay Hill, Esq., now Her Majesty's Consul at Maranham, to be Her Ma- jesty^s Consul in the Island of Reunion. County of Selkirk, Henry John Montagu Douglas Scott (commonly called Lord Henry Scott), in the room of Allan Eliott Lockhart, Esq., who has accepted the Office of Steward or Bailiff of Her Majesty's Chiltern Hundreds. ^th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Lieutenant Henry Ponsford to be Captain, by purchase, vice John Edward Brodhurst, who retires. Sth Light Dragoons, Captain Richard Newsham Pedder, from the 10th Light Dragoons, to be Captain, vice Gumey Hanbury, who exchanges. 1371 l Oih Light Dntgoons, Captain Gurney Hanbnrj, from the 8th Light Dragoons, to be Captain, vice Richard Newsham Pedder, who exchanges. Comet Charles Edward Frederick, from the 2nd Dragoon Guards, to be Comet, vice Brougham, promoted. 16th Light Dragoons, Staff Assistant-Surgeon Charles Alexander Innes, M. 80^ Foot, Assistant - Surgeon James Bowyer Baker, from the 44th Foot, to be Assistant- Surgeon, vice William Jackson^ deceased. S2nd Foot, Ensign Nicholas Mourant Brock to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Graham Mylne, who retires. Henry Wha Uey Nicholson, Grent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Brock. 1373 SSrd Foot, En Bign Reginald Kennett Gibb to be Lieutenant, by parchase, rice George Wil Ham Henry Warddl, wbo retires. Ensign Greorge Ernest Ewes Blunts from Royal Sussex Light Infantry Militia, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Gibb. S7ih Foot, Captain James Warren Hastings An- derson, from the 69th Foot, to be Captain, vice Patrick Cahill, who exchanges. 90th Foot^ Miigor and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Gtimet Joseph Wolseley, from half-pay, late 90th Foot, to be Major, vice Brevet Lieutenant- Colonel Henry Hope Crealock, promoted, with- out purchase, to an Unattached Lieutenant- Colonelcy. SSrd Footj Ensign Thomas Prince Lloyd, from the i5th Foot, to be Ensign, vice Hay, pro- moted. 97M Foot, Captain Thomas Yenables to be M%jor, without purchase, vice James William Dewar, deceased. Lieutenant Jonathan Morgan to be Captain, without purchase, vice Yenables. Ensign Henry Grantham Fulford to be Lieu- tenant, without purchase, vice Morgan. An Act to enable the London, Chatham and Dover Railway Company to make certain devia- tions and junction lines of railway ; and for other purposes. Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Worcester. John Barber to be Supernumerary Lieutenant and Actinfi^ Paymaster to the 1st Administra* tive Battalion.

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