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FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of NOVEMBER 18,

1843.

Whitehall, November 18, 1843.

THE Queen has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, nominating and appointing William Earl of Devon, Sir Robert Alexander Ferguson, Bart. George Alexander Hamilton, Esq. Thomas Nicholas Redington, Esq. and John Wynne, Esq. Her Majesty's Commissioners for enquiring into the state of the law and practice in respect to the occupation of land in Ireland.

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FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of NOVEMBER 21,

1843.

A LIST of Gentlemen qualified to serve the
office of Sheriffs for the several counties in the
principality of Wales, for the year 1844.
Anglesey, Thomas Assheton Smith, of

Trefarthin, Esq.
Edmund Edward Meyrick, of

Cefncock, Esq.
John Williams, of Treffos,

Esq.

Breconshire, Howel Gwyn, of Abercrave,

Esq.
Thomas Turner Roberts, of

Llwynderrw, Esq.
Henry Thomas, of Llwynmadoc,

Esq.
Cardiganshire, Philip John Miles, of the

Priory, Cardigan, Esq.
John Philipps Lloyd, of

Mabws, Esq.
Matthew Davies, of Tan y

bwlch, Esq. Carmarthenshire, John Henry Phillips, of

Dyffryn Brogyn, Esq.
Walter Price Howel Powell,

of Maesogwyn, Esq.
Rawley Addenbroke Mansel,

of Llandarog, Esq.

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Carnarvonshire,

John Browning Edward, of

Glyn Afon, Esq.
John Price, of Garth y Glo,

Esq.
Joseph Huddart, of Brynkir,

Esq.
Henry Warter Meredith, of

Pentrebychan Wrexham,

Denbighshire,

Esq.

Francis James Hughes, of

Horsley-Hall, Wrexham,

Esq.
Thomas Griffith, of Trévalyn-

Hall, Wrexham, Esq. Flintshire, Sir Richard Puleston, of Emral,

Bart.
Llewellyn Falkner Lloyd, of

Cilcen-Hall, Esq.
Arthur Jones, of Wepre-Hall,

Esq.
Glamorganshire, Thomas Tyrrwhitt Drake, of

St. Donat's-Castle, Esq.
Sir Thomas Digby Aubrey, of

Llantrythid-Park, Bart.
John Bruce Pryce, of Duffryn,

Esq.
Merionethshire, David White Griffith, of

Sygun, Esq.
George Augustus Huddart, of

Plasynpenrhyn, Esq.
John Lloyd, of Cwmmorthin,

Esq. - Montgomeryshire, John Owen, of Broadway,

Esq.
John Winder Lyon Winder,

of Vaenor-Park, Esq.
John Glynn Mytton, of
Penylan, Esq.

Pembrokeshire,

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Radnorshire,

William Charles Allen Philipps, ' of St. Bride's-Hill, Esq.." Abel Lewis Gower, of Castle

malgwyn, Esq.
Charles Cook Wells, of Tenby,

Esq.
The Honourable Frederick
Gustavus Hamilton, of

Llanbister.
David James, of Presteigne,

Esq.
John Abraham Whittaker, of

Newcastle-Court, Esq.

Downing-Street, November 20, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to appoint the Right Reverend Father in God Aubrey George Spencer, now Bishop of Newfoundland, to be Bishop of the see of Jamaica.

The Queen has also been pleased to constitute one archdeaconry in and over the Bahama islands, to be subordinate to the bishoprick of Jamaica, and to be styled the Archdeaconry of Bahamas; and Her Majesty has been pleased to appoint the Reverend John M'Cameron Trew, Doctor in Divinity, to be Archdeacon thereof.

The Queen has also been pleased to appoint Edmund Norcott, Esq. Commander in the Royal Navy, to be Governor and Commander in Chief in and over Her Majesty's Settlements in the Gambia.

The Queen has also been pleased to appoint Thomas Cowper Sherwin, Esq. Commander in the Royal Navy, to be Emigration Agent General for the colony of British Guiana.

The Queen has further been pleased to appoint William Henry Butt, Esq. to be Rector of the University in the island of Malta.

Whitehall, November 18, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to present the Reverend John Murdoch to the church and parish of Eyemouth, in the presbytery of Chirnside and county of Berwick, vacant in consequence of the Reverend John Turnbull, late Minister thereof, having ceased to be a Minister of the Church of Scotland.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of NOVEMBER 24,

1843.

Foreign-Office, November 24, 1843. THE Queen has been graciously pleased to nominate and appoint Charles Bankhead, Esq. now Secretary to Her Majesty's Embassy at Constantinople, to be Her Majesty's Minister Plenipotentiary to the Mexican Republick.

The Queen has also been graciously pleased to nominate and appoint John Ralph Milbanke, Esq. now Secretary to Her Majesty's Embassy at Vienna, to be Her Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Kirg of Bavaria.

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