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Home CiRCUIT. W. J. Law, Esq. Commissioner. At the City of Canterbury, Friday, July 8. Kent, at Dover, Saturday, July 9. Kent, at Maidstone, Monday, July 11. Buckinghamshire, at Aylesbury, Saturday, July 23. Susser, at Horsham, Monday, July 25. Hertfordshire, at Hertford, Monday, August 1.
£ONDON GAZETTE of MAY 13,
St. James's-Palace, May 4, 1836.
THE King was this day pleased to confer the ononour of Knighthood upon Edwin Pearson, Esq. Lieutenant of His Majesty's Guard of Yeomen of the Guard.
St. James's-Palace, May 12, 1836.
The King was this day pleased, on the nomination of Lord Foley, to appoint William Daniel Bullock, Esq. one of His Majesty's Honourable
Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, vice Hector Archibald Macneil, Esq. resigned.
Crown-Office, May 13, 1836.
MEMBER returned to serve in this present
County of Mayo. Robert Dillon Browne, of Glencorrib, in the county of Mayo, Esq. in the room of the Right Honourable Dominick Browne, now Lord Oranmore, a Peer of Ireland.
War-Office, 13th May 1836.
The King has been pleased to command, that the 5th, or Northumberland, Regiment of Foot shall in future be equipped as a Fusilier Regiment, and be styled the 5th Regiment of Foot, or Northumberland Fusiliers.
His Majesty has been graciously pleased to permit the 12th and 58th Regiments to bear on their colours and appointments, in addition to the word “ Gibraltar,” the following distinctions, viz.
The Castle and Key, and the Motto, “ Montis Insignia Calpe,” in commemoration of their services during the memorable defence of Gibraltar in the year 1782.
LoNDON GAZETTE of MAY 17,
Lord Chamberlain's-Office, May 17, 1836.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the DrawingRoom to be held at St. James's-Palace, on Saturday the 28th instant, being for the celebration of His Majesty's Birth-day, the Knights of the several Orders are to appear in their Collars.
At the Court at St. James's, the 13th day of April 1836,
PRESENT, The KING's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
WHEREAS by a certain Act of Parliament, made in the fourth year of the reign of His present Majesty, intituled “An Act to regulate “ the trade of the British possessions abroad,” it is, amongst other things, enacted, that it shall 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 im,
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of the East India Company's charter (except the possessions of the said Company), as to His Majesty in Council shall appear most expedient and, salutary: And whereas by the same Act, after reciting that it was expedient to constitute and appoint some of the free ports, and other ports in America, to be free warehousing ports for all or any of the goods which may be legally imported into such ports respectively, it is enacted, that certain ports therein enumerated and described should be free warehousing ports for all the purposes of the said Act; and whereas by the same Act various enactments, with reference to the ports so made free warehousing ports as aforesaid, are contained in the words following, that is. to say: And that it shall be lawful for the several collectors and controllers of the said ports respectively, by notice in writing under their hands, to appoint from time to time such warehouses at such ports respectively, as shall be approved of by them, for the free warehousing and securing of goods therein for the purposes of this Act; and also in such notice to declare, what sort of goods may be so warehoused; and also, by like notice, to revoke or alter any such appointment or declaration; provided always, that every such notice shall be transmitted to the governor of the place, and shall be published in such manner as he shall direct: And be it further enacted, that it shall be lawful for the importer of any such goods into the said ports, to warehouse the same in the warehouses so. appointed, without payment of any duty on the first entry thereof; subject, nevertheless, to the rules, regulations, restrictions, and conditions hereinafter contained: And be it further enacted, that all goods so warehoused shall be stowed in such parts or divisions of the warehouse, and in such manner, as the collector - and
and controller shall direct; and that the warehouse: shall be locked and secured in such manner, and shall be opened and visited only at such times, and in the presence of such officers, and under such rules and regulations, as the collector and controller shall direct; and that all such goods shall, after being landed upon importation, be carried to the warehouse, or shall, after being taken out of the warehouse for exportation, be carried to be shipped, under such rules and regulations as the collector and controller shall direct: And be it further enacted, that upon the entry of any goods to be warehoused, the importer of such goods, instead of paying down the duties due thereon, shall give bond, with two sufficient sureties, to be approved of by the collector or controller, in treble the duties payable on such goods, with condition for the safe depositing of such goods in the warehouse mentioned in such entry, and for the payment of all duties due upon such goods, or for the exportation thereof, according to the first account taken of such goods upon the landing of the same: and with further condition, that no part thereof shall be taken out of such warehouse until cleared from thence upon due entry and payment of duty, or upon due entry for exportation; and with further condition, that the whole of such goods shall be so. cleared from such warehouse, and the duties upon any deficiency of the quantity, according to such first account, shall be paid within two years from the date of the first entry thereof; and if, after such bond. shall have been given, the goods, or any part thereof, shall be sold or disposed of, so that the original bonder shall be no longer interested in, or have any controul over, the same, it shall be lawful for the eollector or controller to admit fresh security to be given by the bond of the new proprietor or other person having controul over such goods, with his
sufficient sureties, and to cancel the bond given *: e.