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FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 5,
1836.

Foreign-Office, January 5, 1836.

THE King has been graciously pleased to nominate and appoint the Honourable George Sulyarde Stafford Jerningham, now Secretary to His Majesty's Legation at the Hague, to be Secretary to His Majesty's Legation at Turin.

The King has also been graciously pleased to nominate and appoint Sir Alexander Malet, Bart. now Secretary to His Majesty's Legation at Turin, to be Secretary to His Majesty's Legation at the Hague.

Foreign-Office, January 5, 1836.

The King has been graciously pleased to approve of M. de la Boutraye as Consul at Dublin for His Majesty the King of the French.

Crown

Crown-office, January 5, 1836.

MEMBER returned to serve in this present
PARLIAMENT.

County of Gloucester. Western Division. Robert Blagden Hale, Esq. of Alderley, in the room

of Henry Somerset, commonly called the Marquess of Worcester, now Duke of Beaufort.

Whitehall, December 28, 1835.

The King has been pleased to present the Reverend George Burnside to the church and parish of Orr, alias Urr, in the stewartry of Kirkcudbright and presbytery of Dumfries, vacant by the resignation of the Reverend William Wallace Duncan.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 8,
1836.

St. James's-Palace, October 28, 1835.

THE King was this day pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood upon William Charles Ellis, Esq. M. D. of Hanwell, in the county of Middlesex.

War

War-Office, 8th January 1836.

MEMORANDUM.

His Majesty has been graciously pleased to permit the 39th Regiment of Foot to resume on its colours and appointments, the motto “Primus in Indis,” in consideration of its having been the first of the King's Regiments which served in India, it having embarked in the year 1754, and returned to Ireland in the year 1758.

His Majesty has also been pleased to permit the Regiment to resume the word “Plassey,” in commemoration of the gallantry displayed by the Regiment at the battle of Plassey, on the 5th February 1757, when serving with the English troops under Colonel, afterwards Lord, Clive.

His Majesty has likewise been pleased to permit the 39th Regiment to bear the Castle and Key, in addition to the word “ Gibraltar,” which, with the 12th, 56th, and 58th Regiments, it has already been permitted to bear on its colours and appointments, in commemoration of the gallantry displayed by those Regiments in the memorable defence of Gibraltar in 1782.

CIRCIRCUITS OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR
THE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

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