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have the means of better restraining sailors and others, and preventing disturbances. But these government cruizers are not to be put on the same footing as merchant vessels, for as they bring no merchandize and do not come to trade, they will of course pay neither dues nor charges. The resident Consul will keep the Superintendent of Customs duly informed of the arrival and departure of such government cruizers, that he may take his measures accordingly.

XV. On the Security to be given for British

Merchant Vessels. It has hitherto been the custom, when an English vessel entered the port of Canton, that a Chinese Hong merchant stood security for her, and all duties and charges were paid through such securitymerchant. But these security-merchants being now done away with, it is understood that the British Consul will henceforth be security for all British merchant ships entering any of the aforesaid five ports."

Whitehall, November 6, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to order a congé d'elire to pass the Great Seal, empowering the Dean and Chapter of the cathedral church of Lichfield to elect a Bishop of that see, the same being void by the death of Doctor James Bowstead, late Bishop thereof; and Her Majesty has also been pleased to recommend to the said Dean and Chapter, John Lonsdale, Clerk, Bachelor of Divinity, to be by them elected Bishop of the said see. i ; : . .

Whitehall, November 3, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to appoint the Reverend James Robertson, Minister of Ellon, in the county of Aberdeen, to be Secretary to Her Majesty's sole and only Master Printers in Scotland, in the room of Doctor David Welsh. .

, Whitehall, November 4, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to constitute and appoint Charles Edward Cox, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel; James William Freshfield, Esq. to be Major; and Frederick William Bóssy, Esq. to be Adjutant, with the rank of Captain, of the Artillery Company of London.

.. Whitehall, November 6, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to present the Reverend James Murray to the church and parish of Reay, in the presbytery and county of Caithness, vacant in consequence of the Reverend Finlay Cook, late Minister thereof, having ceased to be a Minister of the Church of Scotland.

Whitehall, November 6, 1843. · The Queen has been pleased to nominate, constitute, and appoint James Walker, Esq. Advocate, to be one of the Ordinary Clerks of Session in Scotland, in the room of George Joseph Bell, Esq. deceased. .

Whitehall, November 6, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to appoint Adam Urquhart, Esq. Advocate, to be Sheriff Depute of the shire or sheriffdom of Wegtoun, in the room of James Walker, Esq. resigned.

Whitehall, November 7, 1843.
The Queen has been pleased to present the
Reverend James Wordie to the charge and office
of Second Minister of the church and parish of
Cupar, in the presbytery of Cupar and shire of
Fife, vacant in consequence of the admission of
the Reverend James Cochrane to the cure of the
First Charge of the said parish.

Commissioners appointed under the Act sixth and
seventh Victoria, c. 101, for establishing an
Office for the Benefit of Coal Whippers of the

Port of London.
By the Lords of the Committee of Her Majesty's

Privy Council for Trade :
Robert Wildman Barchard, Esq.
Robert Gamman, Esq.
Charles Green, Esq.

Samuel Laing, Esq.
By the Common Council of the City of London :

: William Cash, Esq. . . :11 John Dickson, Esq.

Thomas Pewtress, Esq. it t. George Stacy, Esq. assrsIn terms of the Act... ...

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At the Court at Windsor, the 10th day of

November 1843,

PRESENT, The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

IT is this day ordered by Her Majesty in Council, that the Parliament, which stands prorogued to Tuesday the fourteenth day of November instant, be further prorogued to Tuesday the nineteenth day of December next.

At the Court at Windsor the 10th day of

November 1843,

PRESENT, The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

WHEREAS the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England have, in pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament held in the third and fourth years of Her Majesty's reign,

intituled “ An Act to carry into effect, with .“ certain modifications, the fourth report of the

“ Commissioners of Ecclesiastical Duties and " Revenues," and of another Act, passed in the last session of Parliament, intituled 6 An Act for “ regulating the cathedral churches of Wales," duly prepared and laid before Her Majesty in Council a scheme, bearing date the ninth day of this instant November, in the words following, that is to say:

“ We, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, in pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament held in the third and fourth years of your Majesty's reign, intituled “ An Act to carry into effect, with cer“ tain modifications, the fourth report of the « Commissioners of Ecclesiastical Duties and « Revenues," and of another Act, passed in the last session of Parliament, intituled “ An Act for “ regulating the cathedral churches of Wales,” have prepared, and now humbly lay before your Majesty in Council the following scheme, for separating the archdeaconry of Llandaff from the deanery of Llandaff.

“ Whereas by the first recited Act it is enacted, that the archdeacon of Llandaff should, from the passing thereof, be also dean of the cathedral church of Llandaff : .

“ And whereas by the secondly recited Act it is enacted, that the dignity and office of archdeacon of Llandaff might be separated from the said deanery, provided that such separation should not take place before the then next vacancy of the said deanery, without the consent of the then

dean :

6. And whereas the said deanery has since become and now is vacant : : “ We, therefore, humbly recommend and propose, that the archdeaconry and deanery of Llan

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