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“ to the Clerk of the Crown for making out « writs for the election of Members to serve in “ Parliament, in the manner therein mentioned; “ and for substituting other provisions for the like “ purposes ;”.
I do hereby give notice, that the death of George Bryan, Esq. late a Member serving in this present Parliament for the county of Kilkenny, hath been certified to me in writing, under the hands of two Members serving in this present Parliament; and that I shall issue my warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new writ for the electing of a Member to serve in this present - Parliament for the said county, at the end of fourteen days after the insertion of this notice in the London Gazette.' is
Given under my hand the 30th day of ';' October 1843, i
CHARLES SHAW LEFEVRE, Speaker.
LONDON GAZETTE of NOVEMBER 3,
Foreign-Office, October 31, 1843. : THE Queen has been pleased to approve of Mr. Charles Ogilvy, as Consul for the Orkney Islands, and of Mr. Edward Meugens, as ViceConsul at Liverpool, for His Majesty the King of the Belgians. Ferreirin 1,5
Whitehall, November 3, 1843.. The Queen has been pleased to present the Reverend Robert Waugh to the church and parish of North Ronaldshay, in the presbytery of North Isles and county of Orkney, vacant in consequence of the Reverend Adam White, late Minister thereof, having ceased to be a Minister of the Church of Scotland.
Whitehall, November 3, 1843. The Queen has been pleased to grant unto Lewis-Robert Stacy, Esq. Lieutenant-Colonel of the 43d Regiment of Native Infantry, in the service of the East India Company on the Bengal Establishment, and Companion of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, Her royal licence and permission, that he may accept and wear the insignia, of the third class, of the Order of the Dooranée empire, which His late Majesty the Shah Shooja-ool-Moolk, King of Affghanistan, was pleased to confer upon him, in testimony of His approbation of his services in Candahar, Cabool, and at the capture of the fortress of Ghuznee; and that he may enjoy all the rights and privileges thereunto annexed ; provided, nevertheless, that Her Majesty's said licence and permission doth not authorize the assumption of any style, appellation, rank, precedence, or privilege appertaining unto a Knight Bachelor of these realms :','P
And also to command, that Her Majesty's said concession and especial mark of Her royal favour be registered, together with the relative documents, in Her Majesty's College of Arms."'
LONDON GAZETTE of NOVEMBER 7,
At the Court at Windsor, the 2d day of
The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
WHEREAS under and by virtue of an Order of His late Majesty King William IV, .in Council, dated the twenty-second day of February one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, and of an Act of Parliament, passed in the session of Parliament held in the fourth and fifth years of the reign of His said late Majesty, intituled “ An “ Act to amend the laws relating to the Customs," by which Act certain doubts with regard to the continuance of the said Order were removed; the following goods are prohibited to be imported or brought into the colony of the Cape of Good Hope, that is to say :
3 Kingdom, or from some other British
'l possession. Fish, dried or salted.
Train oil, blubber, fins, or skins, the produce
of creatures living in the sea; except from the United Kingdom, or from some other British possessions, or unless taken by British ships fitted out from the United Kingdom, or from some British possession, and brought in from the fishery; and except herrings, from the isle of Man, taken and cured by the inhabitants thereof.
And such goods, if imported or brought into the said colony of the Cape of Good Hope, contrary to the said prohibitions, are, by the said Order, declared to be forfeited.
And whereas by an Act of Parliament, passed in the session of Parliament held in the third and fourth years of the reign of His late Majesty King William IV, intituled “ An Act to regulate the “ trade of the British possessions abroad,” it was, amongst other things, enacted, that it should be lawful for His Majesty, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, by any Order or Orders in Council to be issued from time to time, to give such directions and make such regulations touching the trade and commerce to and from any British possessions on or near the Continent of Europe, or within the Mediterranean Sea, or in Africa, or within the limits of the East India Company's charter (excepting the possessions of the said Company), as to His Majesty in Council should appear most expedient and salutary, anything in the said Act to the contrary notwithstanding :
And whereas it is expedient that the prohibitions hereinbefore mentioned should be discontinued, and that the said articles so prohibited as aforesaid should henceforth be permitted to be imported into the said colony of the Cape of Good Hope, either to be warehoused" or for consumption, subject, nevertheless, if for consumption, to such duties as the same may, for the time being, Be liable to; and that the several articles specified in the table herein contained 'should be subject, on importation into the said colony of the Cape of Good Hope, when entered for home consumption, to the duties hereinafter set forth, in lieu of the duties (if any) now payable thereon:
Now, therefore, Her Majesty doth, with the advice of Her Privy Council, and in pursuance and exercise of the power so vested in Her as aforesaid by the said lastly hereinbefore, recited Act of Parliament, order, and it is hereby ordered : ...,
That so much of the said recited Order in Council, as prohibits the importation and bringing into the said colony of the Cape of Good Hope the articles hereinbefore described, and as declares the same to be forfeited if imported or brought contrary to such prohibitions, shall be, and the same is hereby, revoked.
And it is hereby further ordered, that, upon the articles mentioned in the table of duties, hereinafter contained, imported into the said colony of the Cape of Good Hope, there shall be levied upon the entry thereof for consumption, the several duties of Customs as the same are respec: tively set forth in figures in the said table, in lieu of the duties, if any, to which the same articles are liable under or by virtue of any Order in Council now in force in the said colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
And it is hereby further ordered, that the duties set forth in the said table shall be levied, paid, received, and appropriated in like manner as if the same had been imposed and set forth by and in the certain Orders in Council, bearing date