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as to the jurisdiction of Her Majesty's Ambassadors,
Ministers, &c. resident within the dominions of the
Sublime Ottoman Porte, under the Act sixth and seventh
of Queen Victoria, 462 ; directing that all laws and ordi-
nances, made in pursuance of certain Acts, for regulating
the trade to China and India, and in force at Hong Kong,
shall be in full force, notwithstanding certain Orders of
Council, as to the Admiralty jurisdiction of Hong Kong,
463; ratifying a scheme for making additional provision
for the cure of souls, in certain parishes, where such
assistance is most required, 466; for proroguing the Par-
liament to 14th November 1843, 478; revoking the
Order in Council of 22d February 1832, prohibiting beef,
pork, fish, train oil, &c. from being imported into the
colony of the Cape of Good Hope, and establishing cer-
tain duties on such articles, 522; for further proroguing
the Parliament to the 19th December, 553; ratifying a
scheme for separating the archdeaconry of Llandaff from
the deanry of Llandaff, 553; the Right Honourable
Richard Pakenham sworn of the Council, and Sir Pere-
grine Maitland took the oaths on his appointment as
Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, 589; ratifying
a scheme for exchanging the advowsons and right of
patronage of the rectory of Weeley, Essex; and Saint
Matthew, Bethnal-green, Middlesex, 590; ratifying a
scheme for the sale of certain Exchequer bills, the pro-
ceeds of certain tenements in Saint Andrew's, Holborn,
belonging to the see of Bangor, and for the payment of
the proceeds to the bishop; and for the vacation of the
rectory of Llandyffnan and the chapelries annexed, 593;
directing that the weights and measures, by which the
duties of customs at Saint Helena are levied, shall be the
imperial weights and measures, and not those in use on
6th July 1825, 599 ; extending the provisions of certain
Acts and Orders, respecting the pilotage of vessels under
sixty tons burden, to the ports of Kingston-upon-Hull and

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 601.
Court Mourning, orders for, on the death of Her Royal

Highness the Duchess Dowager of Scheleswick Holstein
Sonderbourg Augustenbourg, Mother of the Queen of
Denmark, and Great Grand Daughter of King George
the Second, 30.

-, orders for, on the death of His late Royal
Highness the Duke of Sussex, 156.

- orders for, on the death of His late
Majesty King William Frederick, Count of Nassau, 610.
Coventry, assiszes to be holden at, for the Coventry di-
vision, of the county of Warwick, 26.

- , Maria Emma Katherine, the only sister of
George William Earl of, to have the same title, rank,
place, and pre-eminence as if her late father had succeeded

to the title, 371,
Cox, Charles Edward, Esq. Lieutenant-Colonel of the

Artillery Company of London, 551.
Craven, Augustus, Esq. Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation

at Stutgardt, 587.
Cripps, William, Esq. Commissioner for enquiring into

the present state of the laws, as administered in South
Wales, which regulate the turnpike-roads; and also into
the circumstances which led to the recent acts of outrage

and violence in certain districts of that country, 480.
Crosbie, Rev. John, presented to the church and parish of

Westruther, 446.
Crowe, John Rice, Esq. Her Majesty's Consul-General in

Norway, 425.
Cubitt, William, Commissioner for enquiring into the state
of large towns and populous districts, in England and

Wales, and the causes of disease therein, 196.
Cunningham, Rev. Adam, presented to the church and

parish of Drailing, 373.

D.

Dale, Rev. Thomas, A. M. Canon Residentiary of the

cathedral church of St. Paul, London, 506.
Dalhousie, the Right Honourable James Earl of, sworn of

the Council, and appointed Vice President of the Board

of Trade, 267.
Davidson, Rev. Thomas, presented to the church and pa-

rish of Abbey St. Bathans, 406.
Davies, Mr. William Morgan, Consul at Cardiff for the

King of Hanover, 456.
De Cetto, the Baron, Envoy from the King of Bavaria,

audience of Her Majesty, for the purpose of introducing
the Prince of Tour and Taxis, 75: and on leave of ab-

sence, 425.
De Hugel, the Baron, Envoy from the King of Wurtem-

burg, audience of Her Majesty, on his return to this

Court, 89.
De Kilmansegge, the Count, Envoy and Minister Plenipo-

tentiary from the King of Hanover, audience of Her Ma-

jesty, to deliver a letter, 101.
De La Beche, Sir Henry Thomas, Commissioner for en.

quiring into the state of large towns and populous dis-
tricts in England and Wales, and the causes of disease

therein, 196.
Delaven, Charles H. Consul at Sydney, in Nova Scotia, for

the United States of America, 125.

Denison, Captain William Thomas, Commissioner for

enquiring into the state of large towns and populous
districts, in England and Wales, and the causes of

disease therein, 196.
De Pollon, the Count, Envoy from the King of Sardinia,

audience of Her Majesty on his return to this Court, 75.
Devon, William Earl of, Commissioner for enquiring into

the state of the law and practice in respect to the oc-

cupation of land in Ireland, 565.
Dickson, Lieutenant Collingwood, permission to accept and

wear the supernumerary cross of the Royal and Dis-
tinguished Order of Charles the Third; the cross of the
first class of the National and Military Order of San
Fernando; and the cross of a Knight of the Royal Order

of Isabella the Catholic, 348.
Douglas, Rev. Henry, presented to the church and parish

of Kilsytt, 366.
Douro, Elizabeth Marchioness of, one of the Ladies of the

Bedchamber in ordinary to the Queen, 480.
Drawing Rooms, to be holden by her Majesty, and re-

gulations to be observed thereat, 218, 311, 321.
Drummond, Henry Home, Commissioner for enquiring into

the practical operation of the Poor Laws in Scotland, 33.

Edward, James, Consul at Dundee for the King of

Hanover, 115.
Elder, Rev. William, presented to the church and parish

of Tealing, 403
Elliot, Frederick, Esq. Commissioner for superintending

the sale and settlement of the waste lands of the Crown
in the British Colonies, and the conveyance of emigrants

thither, 575.
England, Colonel Richard, Knight Commander of the

Order of the Bath, 455.
Estefani, Don Antonio, Consul at Gibraltar, for the Queen

of Spain, 518.
Exchequer, Court of, sittings in Banco appointed to be
held after Hilary Term, 29, 35.

-- , sittings for giving judgement in
cases in New Trial and Special Papers, 70.

- , sittings for the disposing of the
business pending in the Special Papers, 164.

-, sittings for the disposing of the
business pending in the New Trial and Special
Papers, 281. -

- , a sitting for giving judgement in
the several cases undisposed of, in the New Trial and
Special Papers, 313.

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Fairweather, Rev. Robert, presented to the church and

parish of Nigg, 443.
Farre, Dr. Arthur, Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, 83.
Ferguson, Rev. Alexander Moorhead, presented to the
• church and parish of Muckhart, 426.

Sir Robert Alexander, Commissioner for en-
quiring into the state of the law and practice in respect

to the occupation of land in Ireland, 565.
Fernell, William Burgoyne, perpetual Commissioner for

taking the acknowledgements of deeds to be executed by
married women, under the Act passed for the abolition
of fines and recoveries, and for the substitution of more
simple modes of assurance, in and for the west riding

of the county of York, 403.
Fitz Roy, Captain Robert, R. N. Governor and Commander

in Chief, of the colony of New Zealand, 125.
Flowerdew, Rev. James, presented to the church and parish

of Fordoun, 587.
Foreign Office, notification of the blockade of the coast of

Yucatan, by the Mexican Government, 24 ; Mr. Roderick
Gray, Consul at Peterhead, for the King of Hanover, 25;
notification that Sir Charles Adam had raised the block-
ade of the Port of San Juan de Nicaragua, 28; George
Frere, jun. Commissioner at the Cape of Good Hope,
under the treaty with Portugal for the suppression of the
slave trade, 28; David Turnbull, Esq. to be Commis-
sioner, and James Fitzjames, Esq. to be Arbitrator on the
part of Her Majesty, and Sydney John James, Esq. to be
Secretary or Registrar, to the Mixed British and Portu-
guese Commission, for the suppression of the slave trade,
28; Mr. Hector Zimelli, Consul at Malta, for the King
of Sweden and Norway, 74; official notification of the
marriage of the Crown Prince of Hanover, with Princess
Mary of Saxe Altenburg, 90; Mr. John Simson, Consul
in London, for the Grand Duke of Baden, 101 ; Mr.
James Edward, Cousul at Dundee, and Mr. John Tall,
Consul at Hull, for the King of Hanover, 115; Mr.
Charles H. Delavan, Consul at Sydney, in Novoa Scotia,
for the United States of America, and Mr. Edward Ryan,
Consul at Quebec, for the Free Hanseatic city of Ham-
burgh, 125; Adolphus Turner, Esq. Her Majesty's
Chargé d'Affaires and Consul-General in the Oriental
Republick of the Uruguay, Niven Kerr, Esq. Her
• Majesty's Consul in the island of Cyprus, and Thomas
Pennington, Esq. Her Majesty's Consul in the island
of Corsica, 153; The Queen's approval of Mr. Francis
B. Ogden, as Consul at Liverpool, Mr, John Atkinson,

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as Consul at Hull, Mr. Thomas W. Fox, as Consul at
Plymouth, Mr. John Graham Stewart, as Consul at
Glasgow, and Mr. John Roxburgh, as Consul at
Greenock, for the Republick of Texas, 237; Don Estevan
Berlinjiere, Vice Consul at Gibraltar, for the Republick
of the Equator, 345; Mr. Israel D. Andrews, Consul
at St. John's New Brunswick, for the United States of
America, and Mr. Alfred Cox, Consul at Falmouth, for
the Republick of New Granada, 354; Mr. George Brown,
Consul in London, for the Republick of Chile, 395; Mr.
Gerolamo Tessi, Consul at Malta, for the Queen of
Portugal, 401; Mr. Bernard Hebeler, Consul General
in the United Kingdom, for the King of Wurtemburg,
406; John Rice Crowe, Esq. Consul General in Norway,
William Miller, Esq. Consul General in the Sandwich
Islands, the Friendly Islands, the Society Islands, and
other Islands, in the Pacific Ocean, William Mure, Esq.
Consul at New Orleans, James Baker, Esq. Consul at
Corunna, and George Bunbury Clinton Wynyard, Esq.
Consul at Riga, 425; Mr. John Dunstan Sheppard,
Consul at Glasgow, for the King of Hanover, 439; Mr.
William Morgan Davies, Consul at Cardiff, and Mr.
William Leslie Thomson, Consul at Aberdeen, for the
King of Hanover, 456; Henry William Macauley, Esq.
to be Commissioner, and Charles Pettingal, Esq. to be
Arbitrator to the Mixed British and Portugese Com-
mission, at Boa Vista, in the Cape Verds, 456; John
Thomas, Esq. to be Commissioner, and Charles Francis
Fynes Clinton, Esq. to be Arbitrator to the Mixed British
and Portuguese Commission, at Loanda, in the province
of Angola, 456; Arthur Richard Hamilton, Esq. to be
Arbitrator to the Mixed British and Portuguese Com-
mission, at Jamaica, 456 ; Don Antonio Estefani, Consul
at Gibraltar, for the Queen of Spain, 518; Mr. Charles
Ogilvy, Consul for the Orkney Islands, and Mr. Edward
Meugens, Vice-Consul at Liverpool, for the King of the
Belgians, 520; Don Juan del Cantillo, Consul at Jamaica,
for the Queen of Spain, 562; Richard Pakenham, Esq.
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to
the United States of America, 562; Henry Lytton
Bulwer, Esq. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Ple-
nipotentiary to the Queen of Spain, and Lord William
Hervey, Secretary to Her Majesty's Embassy at Paris,
563; Charles Bankhead Esq. Her Majesty's Minister
Plenipotentiary to the Mexican Republick, and John
Ralph Milbanke, Esq. Envoy Extraordinary and Minis-

ter Plenipotentiary to the King of Bavaria, 569; the
**Honourable Henry Richard Charles Wellesley, Secretary
to Her Majesty's Embassy ‘at Constantinople, and Sir

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