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Penryn, the Mayor, Clergy, Justices, Aldermen, Coun-
cillors, and others of the borough of, 445.
Plymouth, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors of the
borough of, 445.
Southampton, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the
town and county of, 445.
-- -, the Rural Dean and Clergy of the town and
county of, 445.
Addresses to Prince Albert, on the occasion of his Visit, in
company with Her Majesty, to Cambridge.
Cambridge, the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the
University of, 515.
---, the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and other In-
habitants of the county of, and isle of Ely, 518.
- the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the
borough of, 518.
East India College, the Principal Professors and Students
of the, 572.
Wisbech, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the
borough of, 518.
Addresses to Prince Albert, on the occasion of his Visit to the
Birmingham, the Principal, Vice Principal, Treasurer,
Dean of the Faculty, Council, and Professors of the
Queen's College at, 574.
- the Pupils of the Royal School of King Ed-
ward the Sixth, 574.
- the Members of the Society of Artists in, 574.
-, the Committee and Members of the Art Union
of, and Midland Counties, 574.
-, the Governors of the Free Grammar School
of King Edward the Sixth, 574.
-, the Mayor, Aldermen, &c. of the borough
-, the Committee of the Council of the Queen's
Hospital in, 575.
- the President and Officers on behalf of the
Members of the Philosophical Institution in, 575.
- the Rural Dean and Clergy of deanry of, 577.
Chesterfield, the Clergy, Gentry, and Inhabitants of the
town and neighbourhood of, 577.
the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the
borough of, 578.
Derby, the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and Freeholders of
the county of, 578.
- the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the bo-
rough of, 586.
- the Clergy of, 586.
Grantham, the Mayor, Magistrates, Aldermen, and Bur:
gesses of the borough of, 586.
Leicester, the Mayor, Magistrates, Aldermen, Burgesses,
and Inhabitants of the borough of, 586.
-, the High Sheriff, the Magistrates of the county
of, in Quarter Sessions assembled, and others, 586.
-, the Freemen of the borough of, 586.
-, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the
Manchester Unity, and in the district of, 586.
Lichfield, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the city
-, the Dean and Canons Residentiary of the
Cathedral Church of, 578.
Nottingham, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the
town of, 606.
Sheffield, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the bo-
rough of, 578.
- , the Master, Wardens, Searchers, Assistants, and
Commonalty of the Corporation of Cutlers in, 578.
Stafford and neighbourhood, the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy,
Freeholders, and Inhabitants of the county of, 577.
Tamworth, the Mayor, Magistrates Aldermen, Councillors,
and Burgesses of the borough of, 575.
-, the Rural Dean and Parochial Clergy of, 577.
Adie, Rev. Charles Smith, presented to the church and
parish of Edzel, 372.
Amoy, declared to be a port to which British subjects may
Anson, George Edward, Treasurer and Cofferer to the
Prince of Wales, 219.
Araujo, Ribeiro, the Chevalier, Envoy from the Emperor
of Brazil, audience of Her Majesty, 425.
Arklay, Rev. George, presented to the church and parish
of Inverkeilor, 426.
Assizes, days and places appointed for holding the
days and places appointed for holding the
Aston, Arthur, Esq. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of
the Bath, 555.
Austin, Alfred, Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, 149.
Bahamas, the Archdeaconry of, to be subordinate to the
bishoprick of Jamaica, 568.
Baker, James, Esq. Her Majesty's Consul at Corunna, 425.
Bankhead, Charles, Esq. Minister Plenipotentiary to the
Mexican Republick, 569.
Bath, Order of the, His Royal Highness Prince Albert, to
be first and principal Knight Grand Cross, and Acting
Great Master of the, 241; Major-General Sir Charles
James Napier, Knight Grand Cross of the, 344;
Lieutenant-Colonels John L. Penefather, John Pool,
Philip M‘Pherson; and Majors Frederick Darley, George
and Thomas S. Conway, to be Companions of the Order
of the, 344; Colonel William Pattle, to be Companion
of the, 344; Lieutenant-Colonels Alexander Thomson
Reid, Charles Waddington, Maurice Stack, William
Wyllie, Walter J. Browne, Philip Francis Story, Alex-
ander Woodburn, John Lloyd, James Outram, John
and Thomas Leslie; and Majors Charles H. Delamain,
Michael F. Willoughby, William Thomas Whitlie,
George Fisher, John Jackson, Auchmuty Tucker, Ste-
phen James Stevens, Edward Green, and William
Bazett G. Blenkins, of the East India Company's Service,
to be Companions of the, 344; Major-General Sir Charles
Felix Smith; and Colonel Richard England, to be
Companions of the, 455; Lieutenant-Colonels Gore
Browne and Joseph Simmons; Majors Arthur Philip
Savage Wilkinson, Hamlet Wade, and George Hogarth,
to be Companions of the, 455; Lieutenant-Colonel
George Huish, to be Companion of the, 455; Arthur
Atkin, Esq. Knight Grand Cross of the, 555.
Bavaria, audience of Her Majesty, by the Baron de Cetto,
Envoy from the King of, 75; and on leave of absence,
Beatson, Reverend Henry, presented to the church and
parish of Small Isles, 379.
Belhaven, Robert Montgomerie Lord, Commissioner for en-
quiring into the practical operations of the Poor Laws in
Bells, Reverend Patrick, presented to the church and parish
of Carmylie, 446.
Berlinjiere, Don Estevan, Vice-Consul at Gibraltar for the
Republick of the Equator, 345.
Blair, Reverend George, presented to the church and parish
of Monzie, 373.
Blakiston, John, Esq. Gentleman at Arms to the Queen, on
the recommendation of the Commander in Chief, 608.
Bligh, the Hon. J. D. dispatch from, announcing the mar-
riage of the Crown Prince of Hanover with the Princess
Mary of Saxe Altenburg, 90.
Boe, Reverend, James, presented to the church and parish
of Dunblane, 563.
Bonar, Reverend Andrew Redman, presented to the church
and parish of Fogo, 373.
Bossy, Frederick William, Esq. Adjutant, with the rank of
Captain, of the Artillery Company of London, 551.
Bramall, Reverend John, B.A. presented to the perpetual
curacy of Terrington Saint Clements, Norfolk, 401.
Brazil, audience of Her Majesty, by the Marquess of
Lisboa, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten-
tiary from the Emperor of, 281.
-, audience of Her Majesty by the Chevalier Araujo
Ribeiro, Envoy from the Emperor of, 425.
Brown, Mr. George, Consul in London for the Republick of
Browne, Lieutenant-Colonel Gore, Companion of the Order
of the Bath, 455.
Bryden, Reverend Mark Johnstone, presented to the church
and parish of Kirkcaldy, 406.
Buccleuch and Queensberry, Walter Francis Duke of, Com-
missioner for enquiring into the state of large towns and
'populous districts in England and Wales, and the causes
of disease therein, 196.
Buckingham-palace, consecration of the new chapel at, 119.
Bulwer, Henry Lytton, Esq. Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to the Queen of Spain, 563.
Burt, Reverend Walter Foreman, presented to the church
and parish of Ferry Port on Craig, 441.
Bute, Marquess of, Her Majesty's High Commissioner to the
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 161.
- -, elected a Knight of the Most Noble
Order of the Thistle, 301.
Butt, William Henry, Esq. Rector of the University in the
island of Malta, 569.
Campbell, James, of Craigie, Commissioner for enquiring
into the practical operation of the Poor Law in Scotland,
- Reverend John, presented to the church and
parish of Reay, 442.
- Reverend James, presented to the church at
- Reverend John James, presented to the church
and parish of Stonykirk, 611.
Cantillo, Don Juan del, Consul in Jamaica for the Queen of
Carmarthen, William Peel, Esq. appointed Sheriff of the
county of, 120.
Carrick, Reverend William, presented to the church and
parish of East Kilbride, 374.
Ceremonial observed at the baptism of Her Royal Highness
Alice Maud Mary, 242.
--- observed at the marriage of Her Royal Highness
the Princess Augusta Caroline Charlottle Elizabeth Mary
Sophia Louisa, 329.
China, treaty between Her Majesty and the Emperor of,
signed Nanking, 29th August 1842, 526.
-, declaratien respecting transit duties, 532.
--, tariff of duties on the foreign trade with, 534.
--, general regulations under which the British trade is
to be conducted at Canton, Amoy, Foochowfoo, Ningpo,
and Shanghai, 543.
Clinton, Charles Francis Fynes, Esq. Arbitrator to the Mixed
British and Portuguese Commission, at Loanda, in the
province of Angola, 456.
Clive, the Honourable Robert Henry, Commissioner for en-
quiring into the present state of the laws, as administered
in South Wales, which regulate the turnpike roads; and
also into the circumstances which have led to the recent
acts of violence and outrage in certain districts of that
Cochrane, Reverend James, M.À. presented to the charge
and office of First Minister of the church and parish of
Colonial Office, Downing-street,-Lieutenant R. J. Le
Mesurier M-Clure, Superintendent of Africans captured
by Her Majesty's ships of war, and liberated at the
Havanna, 9; William Walker, Esq. Provost Marshal of
the island of Antigua, 9; Henry F. Seagram, Esq. Lieu-